Divorce Rate Per Occupation, Part Two

Divorce Rate Per Work Industry | Durham Divorce Lawyer

  • Funeral directors: 10.75
  • Funeral service workers: 14.76
  • Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders: 24.99
  • Furniture finishers: 20.73
  • Gaming cage workers: 34.66
  • Gaming managers: 17.06
  • Gaming services workers: 31.34
  • General and operations managers: 14.6
  • Geological and petroleum technicians: 14.12
  • Glaziers: 17.28
  • Graders and sorters, agricultural products: 14.32
  • Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal: 19.13
  • Grounds maintenance workers: 19.24
  • Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists: 20.58
  • Hazardous materials removal workers: 20.52
  • Health diagnosing and treating practitioner support technicians: 18.71
  • Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other: 22.04
  • Heat treating equipment setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic: 12.82
  • Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers: 17.22
  • Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians and mechanics: 16.75
  • Helpers, construction trades: 24.43
  • Helpers–extraction workers: 25.34
  • Helpers–installation, maintenance, and repair workers: 17.08
  • Helpers–production workers: 20.86
  • Highway maintenance workers: 17.14
  • Hoist and winch operators: 14.21
  • Home appliance repairers: 14.01
  • Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop: 20.49
  • Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks: 25.94
  • Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping: 20.29
  • Human resources managers: 16.69
  • Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists: 19.1
  • Hunters and trappers: 24.3
  • Industrial and refractory machinery mechanics: 16.04
  • Industrial engineers, including health and sanitation: 12.42
  • Industrial production managers: 12.13
  • Industrial truck and tractor operators: 21.92
  • Information and record clerks, all other: 17.89
  • Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers: 20.8
  • Insulation workers: 13.06
  • Insurance claims and policy processing clerks: 19.18
  • Insurance sales agents: 14.83
  • Insurance underwriters: 18.5
  • Interviewers, except eligibility and loan: 22.93
  • Janitors and building cleaners: 20.49
  • Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers: 12.32
  • Job printers: 20.74
  • Judges, magistrates, and other judicial workers: 12.48
  • Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand: 22.41
  • Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic: 16.46
  • Laundry and dry-cleaning workers: 22.42
  • Lawyers: 11.63
  • Lay-out workers, metal and plastic: 22.07
  • Legislators: 8.74
  • Librarians: 16.9
  • Library assistants, clerical: 16.03
  • Library technicians: 13.61
  • Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses: 25.32
  • Lifeguards and other protective service workers: 15.27
  • Loan counselors and officers: 17.93
  • Loan interviewers and clerks: 21.81
  • Locksmiths and safe repairers: 18.29
  • Locomotive engineers and operators: 15.77
  • Lodging managers: 16.48
  • Logging workers: 18.15
  • Logisticians: 16.73
  • Machine feeders and offbearers: 22.68
  • Machinists: 16.48
  • Maids and housekeeping cleaners: 26.38
  • Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service: 21.66
  • Maintenance and repair workers, general: 19.17
  • Maintenance workers, machinery: 11.32
  • Management analysts: 14.29
  • Managers, all other: 14.56
  • Manufactured building and mobile home installers: 21.22
  • Marine engineers and naval architects: 14.62
  • Market and survey researchers: 14.13
  • Marketing and sales managers: 14.38
  • Massage therapists: 38.22
  • Material moving workers, all other: 17.99
  • Materials engineers: 12.58
  • Mathematicians: 19.15
  • Mechanical engineers: 9.22
  • Media and communication equipment workers, all other: 0
  • Medical and health services managers: 19.06
  • Medical assistants and other healthcare support occupations: 20.56
  • Medical records and health information technicians: 20.06
  • Medical scientists: 9.11
  • Medical, dental, and ophthalmic laboratory technicians: 20.31
  • Meeting and convention planners: 22.24
  • Metal furnace and kiln operators and tenders: 21.28
  • Metalworkers and plastic workers, all other: 21.28
  • Meter readers, utilities: 19.64
  • Military enlisted tactical operations and air/weapons specialists and crew members: 18.68
  • Military officer special and tactical operations leaders/managers: 10.92
  • Military, rank not specified: 12.78
  • Milling and planning machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic: 22.9
  • Millwrights: 14.99
  • Mining and geological engineers: 11.08
  • Mining machine operators: 15.89
  • Miscellaneous agricultural workers: 13.92
  • Miscellaneous assemblers and fabricators: 22.03
  • Miscellaneous community and social service specialists: 22.12
  • Miscellaneous construction and related workers: 21.46
  • Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers: 21.04
  • Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians: 22
  • Miscellaneous legal support workers: 21.71
  • Miscellaneous mathematical science occupations: 15.3
  • Miscellaneous media and communication workers: 17.47
  • Miscellaneous personal appearance workers: 19.67

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