Where are VR Consumers most often hired?

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What are the most common jobs for VR Consumers across the U.S.? In each year from 2008-2014, VR agencies placed the most consumers in Office and Administrative Support occupations, which includes jobs like Bookkeepers, Customer Service Representatives, Dispatchers, Mail Carriers, and Administrative Assistants.

The top five most common occupations for VR consumers from 2008-2014 are:

  1. Office and Administrative Support
  2. Food Preparation and Serving-related
  3. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance
  4. Sales and related occupations
  5. Transportation and Material Moving

To learn more about the differences in placements across blind, general, and combined agencies, read the analysis:  Common Jobs for VR Consumers across Blind, Combined, and General Agencies

To learn more about the weekly wages that VR consumers earn in common occupations, read the analysis: Time and Money: How Major Occupations stack up for VR Consumers

To learn more about common jobs for youth VR consumers, read the analysis: Restaurants and Retail: Common Jobs for Young Adults

Description: This chart shows the total number of employment outcomes for all VR clients within each major occupation type

Population: All VR clients

Data Source: RSA-911

Instructions: Each bar represents the total number of VR consumers successfully placed within an occupation type. You can view the number of VR consumers successfully placed in a particular occupation type by placing your curser over the bars. Click the left or right arrows to see the data for years from 2008-2014.