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Medical and Health Services Managers
Vermont State
12 months ending July 2017
 
Description:  Plan, direct, or coordinate medical and health services in hospitals, clinics, managed care organizations, public health agencies, or similar organizations.   (soc 11-9111)
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Jobseekers Count % of 
Total
Total Served - Medical and Health Services Managers 18 100.0
 
   Gender
Female 14 77.8
Male 4 22.2
 
   Age
Age 14-19 --
Age 20-24 1 5.6
Age 25-34 2 11.1
Age 35-44 3 16.7
Age 45-54 4 22.2
Age 55-75 8 44.4
 
   Family Status
Parent - one parent family 1 5.6
Parent - two parent family 1 5.6
Other family member 2 11.1
Family of One --
Head of Household --
Not available 14 77.8
 
   Education Status
In School
    Middle or High school --
    Post Secondary school 7 38.9
total 7 38.9
Not In School
    High School or higher graduate 11 61.1
    Not a High School Graduate --
total 11 61.1
 
   Highest School Grade Completed
No grade completed --
Grade 1-12, but no diploma --
High School graduate or equivalent 4 22.2
1-3 yrs College or Technical school 1 5.6
Bachelor's degree or equivalent 5 27.8
Education beyond Bachelor's degree 8 44.4
 
   Race
White 18 100.0
African American --
American Indian and Alaskan Native --
Asian --
Hawaiian Native and Other Pacific Islander --
Two or more races --
 
   Ethnicity
Hispanic --
 
   Other
Receiving Unemployment 2 11.1
     during the 3 weeks ending 08/01/17
Veteran --
 
Jobs Listed
Total - Medical and Health Services Managers 403
 
   Duration of Job
Temporary 1
Permanent 124
Information N/A 278
 
   Wage
Minimum hourly wage $14.42
Maximum hourly wage $39.53
Average hourly wage $26.09
Jobs with an hourly wage 19
 
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Vermont.gov State of Vermont Department of Labor