Divorce Rates According to Job Industry, continued

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Divorce Rates Per Job Industry | Attorney in Raleigh NC

  • Writers / authors - 15.92
  • Wholesale / retail buyers/ except farm products - 16.58
  • Water / liquid waste treatment plant / system operators - 17.15
  • Ushers/ lobby attendants/ ticket takers - 17.3
  • Urban / regional planners - 17.51
  • Travel agents - 16.09
  • Transportation/ storage/ distribution managers - 15.15
  • Tour / travel guides - 16.13
  • Tool grinders/ filers/ sharpeners - 16.67
  • Tool / die makers - 15.52
  • Tire builders - 16.61
  • Textile cutting machine setters/ operators/ tenders - 15.1
  • Tax prepares - 15.81
  • Tailors/ dressmakers/ sewers - 16.58
  • Supervisors/ transportation / material moving workers - 17.67
  • Stationary engineers / boiler operators - 16.99
  • Special education teachers - 16.55
  • Ship / boat captains / operators - 15.55
  • Sales representatives/ services/ all other - 17.65
  • Roustabouts/ oil / gas - 16.9
  • Retail salespersons - 16.99
  • Registered nurses - 17.83
  • Recreation / fitness workers - 16.57
  • Real estate brokers / sales agents - 17.17
  • Rail-track laying / maintenance equipment operators - 16.95
  • Railroad conductors / yardmasters - 17.66
  • Railroad brake/ signal/ switch operators - 15.29
  • Purchasing managers - 15.27
  • Public relations specialists - 15.68
  • Public relations managers - 15.28
  • Producers / directors - 17.68
  • Private detectives / investigators - 17.41
  • Precision instrument / equipment repairers - 15.86
  • Postal service mail carriers - 17.71
  • Physician assistants - 16.45
  • Physical therapist assistants / aides - 15.97
  • Pest control workers - 17.23
  • Parking lot attendants - 16.02
  • Paperhangers - 16.84
  • Other teachers / instructors - 15.49
  • Other life/ physical/ social science technicians - 17.19
  • Other installation/ maintenance/ repair workers - 16.8
  • Other education/ training/ library workers - 15.6
  • Operations research analysts - 17.6
  • Occupational therapists - 15.59
  • Occupational therapist assistants / aides - 16.43
  • News analysts/ reporters / correspondents - 17.54
  • Network / computer systems administrators - 15.34
  • Musicians/ singers/ related workers - 17.11
  • Models/ demonstrators/ product promoters - 17.71
  • Model makers / patternmakers/ metal / plastic - 17.37
  • Miscellaneous plant / system operators - 15.67
  • Miscellaneous media / communication workers - 17.47
  • Miscellaneous mathematical science occupations - 15.3
  • Mining machine operators - 15.89
  • Machinists - 16.48
  • Logisticians - 16.73
  • Lodging managers - 16.48
  • Locomotive engineers / operators - 15.77
  • Lifeguards / other protective service workers - 15.27
  • Library assistants/ clerical - 16.03
  • Librarians - 16.9
  • Information / record clerks/ all other - 17.89
  • Industrial / refractory machinery mechanics - 16.04
  • Human resources managers - 16.69
  • Highway maintenance workers - 17.14
  • Helpers–installation/ maintenance/ repair workers - 17.08
  • Glaziers - 17.28
  • Gaming managers - 17.06
  • Food batchmakers - 16.43
  • First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers - 16.52
  • Financial specialists/ all other - 17.21
  • Engineering technicians/ except drafters - 16.97
  • Electricians - 16.48
  • Editors - 17.92
  • Economists - 15.52
  • Dining room / cafeteria attendants / bartender helpers - 16.94
  • Dietitians / nutritionists - 16.89
  • Desktop publishers - 15.53
  • Designers - 16.74
  • Dental assistants - 17.83
  • Couriers / messengers - 17.69
  • Cost estimators - 15.23
  • Cooling / freezing equipment operators / tenders - 17.22
  • Construction / building inspectors - 15.13
  • Computer scientists / systems analysts - 15.64
  • Coin/ vending/ amusement machine servicers / repairers - 17.75
  • Clinical laboratory technologists / technicians - 17.66
  • Child care workers - 16.83
  • Cabinetmakers / bench carpenters - 17.4
  • Bus / truck mechanics / diesel engine specialists - 17.47
  • Bookkeeping/ accounting/ auditing clerks - 17.48
  • Boilermakers - 15.89
  • Biological technicians - 17.28
  • Average US Divorce Percentage - 16.35
  • Automotive service technicians / mechanics - 17.42
  • Artists / related workers - 17.13
  • Animal breeders - 17.88
  • Aircraft mechanics / service technicians - 16.37
  • Administrative services managers - 16.31

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