What are the top occupations aligned to each career cluster?

Total High School Students Enrolled

267,100

Total High School CTE Concentrators

1,807

Occupation Employment
(2016)
Median Pay
(2017)
Projected Growth
(2016-26)
Architectural and Engineering Managers 2,240 $133,380 7.1%
Computer and Information Research Scientists 240 $91,370 33.3%
Statisticians 920 $65,380 34.8%
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists 180 $58,610 11.1%
Chemical Engineers 610 $101,950 9.8%
Computer Hardware Engineers 230 $97,070 26.1%
Electrical Engineers 3,570 $91,960 8.7%
Electronics Engineers, Except Computer 1,920 $96,990 1.6%
Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors 420 $93,930 7.1%
Industrial Engineers 4,630 $82,940 11.9%
Materials Engineers 410 $84,990 0%
Mechanical Engineers 3,440 $80,090 10.8%
Engineers, All Other 1,320 $82,450 9.1%
Microbiologists 280 $71,250 14.3%
Biological Scientists, All Other 390 $67,350 15.4%
Conservation Scientists 530 $52,790 1.9%
Physicists 120 $105,770 8.3%
Atmospheric and Space Scientists 150 $96,590 0%
Chemists 1,880 $66,830 16%
Materials Scientists 110 $86,610 27.3%
Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health 970 $46,740 10.3%
Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers 220 $70,360 13.6%
Physical Scientists, All Other 150 $93,650 6.7%
Economists 300 $91,350 16.7%
Anthropologists and Archeologists 150 $61,900 6.7%
Historians 80 $45,290 12.5%
Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other 1,680 $47,460 13.1%
Survey Researchers 190 $50,130 21.1%
Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other 220 $69,810 4.5%
Social Science Research Assistants 200 $47,790 10%
Geographers 40 $79,590 25%
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Sources: Burning Glass Technologies and state education agencies

Credential Explorer

Credential (Missouri) Credential Type Supply/Demand Category Credentials
Demanded Earned
Electronics Systems Associate Certification Very Oversupplied 0 14
Certified Electronics Technician Certification Very Undersupplied 97 0