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Male Dominated Occupations*
Rhode Island - 2010 American Community Survey

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SOC
Code
Occupation Total Male Percent
Male
47-2031 Carpenters 4,560 4,560 100.0%
47-4000 Construction trades workers except carpenters, electricians, painters, plumbers, & construction laborers 3,371 3,371 100.0%
47-2111 Electricians 1,578 1,578 100.0%
33-2000 Fire fighting & prevention workers 1,556 1,556 100.0%
47-2150 Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, & steamfitters 2,117 2,117 100.0%
53-3030 Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 11,510 11,088 96.3%
47-2061 Construction laborers 2,603 2,497 95.9%
37-3010 Grounds maintenance workers 4,723 4,480 94.9%
49-3000 Vehicle & mobile equipment mechanics, installers, & repairers 4,502 4,267 94.8%
49-9000 Other installation, maintenance, & repair occupations including electrical & electronic equipment mechanics, installers, & repairers 8,815 8,174 92.7%
47-1011 First-line supervisors of construction & extraction workers 2,432 2,222 91.4%
15-1140 Database & systems administrators & network architects 1,396 1,272 91.1%
53-0000 Rail & water transportation workers 1,259 1,110 88.2%
33-3000 Law enforcement workers 3,491 3,018 86.5%
53-7199 Material moving workers except supervisors & laborers & material movers, hand 1,240 1,064 85.8%
51-4000 Metal workers & plastic workers 5,816 4,909 84.4%
15-1130 Software developers & programmers 4,690 3,874 82.6%
53-7060 Laborers & material movers, hand 7,984 6,533 81.8%
19-1000 Life & physical scientists 2,407 1,960 81.4%
47-2140 Painters & paperhangers 1,568 1,268 80.9%
51-5110 Printing workers 1,164 940 80.8%
51-1011 First-line supervisors of production & operating workers 3,633 2,820 77.6%

* Only occupations with a minimum labor force of 1,000 in 2010 are included in the table.
Source: US Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates, Table B24010
Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability.  
In addition to sampling variability, the ACS estimates are subject to nonsampling error.
 
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