Divorce Rates According to Job Industry Part Four

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  • Receptionists and information clerks: 20.45
  • Recreation and fitness workers: 16.57
  • Recreational therapists: 14.71
  • Refuse and recyclable material collectors: 24.36
  • Registered nurses: 17.83
  • Reinforcing iron and rebar workers: 18.74
  • Religious workers, all other: 9.35
  • Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks: 20.45
  • Residential advisors: 27.78
  • Respiratory therapists: 20.97
  • Retail salespersons: 16.99
  • Riggers: 24.63
  • Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic: 16.68
  • Roof bolters, mining: 10.28
  • Roofers: 26.85
  • Roustabouts, oil and gas: 16.9
  • Sailors and marine oilers: 25.88
  • Sales and related workers, all other: 18
  • Sales engineers: 6.61
  • Sales representatives, services, all other: 17.65
  • Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing: 14.35
  • Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood: 23.63
  • Secondary school teachers: 12.62
  • Secretaries and administrative assistants: 18.99
  • Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents: 15.11
  • Security and fire alarm systems installers: 19.76
  • Security guards and gaming surveillance officers: 23.67
  • Semiconductor processors: 18.96
  • Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners: 14.07
  • Service station attendants: 21.09
  • Sewing machine operators: 18.5
  • Sheet metal workers: 19.99
  • Ship and boat captains and operators: 15.55
  • Ship engineers: 11.95
  • Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks: 20.44
  • Shoe and leather workers and repairers: 12.14
  • Shoe machine operators and tenders: 18.73
  • Shuttle car operators: 8.34
  • Signal and track switch repairers: 9.41
  • Small engine mechanics: 18.55
  • Social and community service managers: 20.36
  • Social workers: 23.16
  • Sociologists: 23.53
  • Special education teachers: 16.55
  • Speech-language pathologists: 11.4
  • Stationary engineers and boiler operators: 16.99
  • Statistical assistants: 21.09
  • Statisticians: 12.81
  • Stock clerks and order fillers: 21.53
  • Structural iron and steel workers: 21.43
  • Structural metal fabricators and fitters: 19.49
  • Subway, streetcar, and other rail transportation workers: 11.2
  • Supervisors, protective service workers, all other: 21.25
  • Supervisors, transportation and material moving workers: 17.67
  • Surveying and mapping technicians: 19.62
  • Surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists: 13.1
  • Switchboard operators, including answering service: 23.92
  • Tailors, dressmakers, and sewers: 16.58
  • Tank car, truck, and ship loaders: 10.67
  • Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents: 19.19
  • Tax prepares: 15.81
  • Taxi drivers and chauffeurs: 21.3
  • Teacher assistants: 11.91
  • Technical writers: 20.59
  • Telecommunications line installers and repairers: 19.85
  • Telemarketers: 28.1
  • Telephone operators: 29.3
  • Television, video, and motion picture camera operators and editors: 13.69
  • Tellers: 12.85
  • Textile bleaching and dyeing machine operators and tenders: 14.29
  • Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders: 15.1
  • Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and tenders: 22.98
  • Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine setters, operators, and tenders: 29.02
  • Textile, apparel, and furnishings workers, all other: 19.77
  • Therapists, all other: 24.2
  • Tire builders: 16.61
  • Tool and die makers: 15.52
  • Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners: 16.67
  • Tour and travel guides: 16.13
  • Transit and railroad police: 5.26
  • Transportation attendants: 24.29
  • Transportation inspectors: 19.76
  • Transportation, storage, and distribution managers: 15.15
  • Travel agents: 16.09
  • Unemployed, with no work experience since 1995: 21.81
  • Upholsterers: 18.92
  • Urban and regional planners: 17.51
  • Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers: 17.3
  • Veterinarians: 11.04
  • Waiters and waitresses: 27.12
  • Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators: 17.15
  • Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping: 19.23
  • Welding, soldering, and brazing workers: 19.57
  • Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products: 16.58
  • Woodworkers, all other: 18.21
  • Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing: 21.51
  • Word processors and typists: 20.41
  • Writers and authors: 15.92

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