The following jobs are listed as‘High Growth’ by the Maine Department of Labor.
Each category, i.e. ‘High School’ , displays jobs that someone with a High School Diploma could have.
This list is meant to help you figure out what level of school you need to complete to land the job you’re interested in. Click on individual jobs below to see details about each one.
|EDUCATION REQUIREMENT||JOB NAME||Number of Jobs in 2010||Number of Jobs in 2020||Yearly Job Growth Rate||Annual Openings||Entry Wage||Median Wage|
|Associate's degree||Construction Managers||3,206||3,357||4.7||36||$19.78||$32.88|
|Associate's degree||Dental Hygienists||1,060||1,207||13.9||36||$28.10||$33.09|
|Associate's degree||General and Operations Managers||10,805||10,238||-5.3||201||$20.67||$35.94|
|Associate's degree||Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians||717||834||16.3||26||$13.67||$19.69|
|Associate's degree||Paralegals and Legal Assistants||1,089||1,230||13.0||30||$15.15||$21.27|
|Associate's degree||Radiologic Technologists and Technicians||1,072||1,467||36.9||57||$20.99||$26.38|
|Associate's degree||Registered Nurses||15,335||18,358||19.7||580||$22.99||$28.98|
|Associate's degree||Respiratory Therapists||504||711||41.1||31||$21.18||$25.72|
Data obtained from the Maine Department of Labor and O*NET Last updated on January 29, 2013