Training and Education
|Recommended Degree Level||Certificate or Higher|
|Number of Jobs, 2012||73,490|
|Annual Job Growth Rate||4.1%|
|Job Openings per Year (est.)||4,000|
People with moderate-term on-the-job training have an easier time finding a job in this career. The percentage of employees with at least a 4 year degree or higher is 55%. Approximately 31% of product displayers started in college but were able to get a job without a degree. Workers with a high school diploma but no further education represent 14% of the total.
Part-Time Work and Self-Employment
Approximately 17% of employees work part time. 29% of product displayers have ended up working for themlseves.
Area Job Conditions
Jobs for this occupation are more popular (on a per capita basis) in Topeka (Kansas), Monroe (Louisiana), and Bend (Oregon), and less popular in Toledo (Ohio), Jackson (Mississippi), and Durham (North Carolina).
Without adjusting for the cost of living, product displayers get paid the most in Winston-Salem (North Carolina), Grand Rapids (Michigan), and Athens (Georgia), and the least in Lafayette (Indiana), Sherman (Texas), and Michigan City (Indiana).
Shows the work of product displayers. Produced for the US Dept. of Labor.