Inland Empire Region
The Inland Empire region is comrpised of Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Top Job Openings 2018-2028*
- Registered Nurses:
- 22,820 projected job openings, $104,490 average annual wage, 2,648 job advertisements.
- Substitute Teachers:
- 19,430 projected job openings, $38,641 average annual wage, 0 job advertisements.
- General and Operations Managers:
- 19,120 projected job openings, $99,173 average annual wage, 797 job advertisements.
- Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education:
- 18,850 projected job openings, $101,223 average annual wage, 50 job advertisements.
- Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education:
- 9,530 projected job openings, $102,459 average annual wage, 33 job advertisements.
- Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers:
- 40,870 projected job openings, $50,974 average annual wage, 2,200 job advertisements.
- Teacher Assistants:
- 24,390 projected job openings, $38,580 average annual wage, 165 job advertisements.
- Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks:
- 17,600 projected job openings, $48,318 average annual wage, 363 job advertisements.
- Medical Assistants:
- 13,140 projected job openings, $39,621 average annual wage, 351 job advertisements.
- Nursing Assistants:
- 10,640 projected job openings, $38,411 average annual wage, 354 job advertisements.
- Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand:
- 123,430 projected job openings, $38,626 average annual wage, 1,636 job advertisements.
- Personal Care Aides**:
- 108,450 projected job openings, $31,574 average annual wage, 467 job advertisements.
- Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food***:
- 98,600 projected job openings, $32,552 average annual wage, 1,188 job advertisements.
- 86,090 projected job openings, $31,200 average annual wage, 669 job advertisements.
- Retail Salespersons:
- 66,620 projected job openings, $31,200 average annual wage, 2,402 job advertisements.
*The 2018-2028 employment projections do not include impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and response efforts. Employment projections are developed using models based on historical data, which in this set of projections cover the period through 2018; all input data therefore precede the pandemic. Employment projections are long-term projections intended to capture structural change in the economy, not cyclical fluctuations. As such, they are not intended to capture the impacts of the recession that began in February 2020. However, besides the immediate recessionary impacts, the pandemic may cause new structural changes to the economy. Subsequent employment projections will incorporate new information on economic structural changes as it becomes available.
**Wages for Personal Care Aides are taken from the Home Health and Personal Care Aides occupation.
***Wages for Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food are taken from the Food Preparation Workers occupation.