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The most stable jobs for electricians are found with factories and businesses, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Electricians also work for construction firms, utility companies and the government, and many el... More »

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Being an electrician requires some dexterity and good eye-hand coordination. An electrician must be in good physical shape and have good balance. Excellent vision and the ability to distinguish colors are both crucial fo... More »

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The average yearly wage paid to a master electrician in the United States in 2015 is in the vicinity of $55,000, but it varies based on job location, industry, specialty and qualifications. Data collected through a PaySc... More »

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The number of available jobs for physicians, including pediatricians, is expected to grow an average of 18 percent faster than average by the year 2022, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statist... More »

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that, in 2012, the median annual salary for airline and commercial pilots was $98,410. This indicates that half of the people employed in the field earned more while half made less. More »

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The average annual pay for a dietitian is $56,300 as of May 2013, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Dietitians help patients or food service establishments prepare healthy meals and purchase the right foo... More »

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Information on employee turnover by industry can be researched via the Bureau of Labor Statistics, or BLS. Turnover data published by BLS is collected by a monthly survey called the Job Openings and Labor Survey, or JOLT... More »

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