State Map for Compensation, Benefits, & Job Analysis Specialists
Looking to move? Some states have more opportunities for this type of work than others.
- Orange states have an above average share of this career in their workforce.
- Blue states have a below average share of this career in their workforce.
|State||Job Outlook |
|Alabama||Below average opportunities|
|American Samoa||No data available|
|Arkansas||Below average opportunities|
|District of Columbia||Average opportunities|
|Guam||No data available|
|Hawaii||Below average opportunities|
|Idaho||No data available|
|Indiana||Below average opportunities|
|Iowa||Below average opportunities|
|Kansas||Below average opportunities|
|Maine||Below average opportunities|
|Mississippi||Below average opportunities|
|Missouri||Below average opportunities|
|Montana||Below average opportunities|
|Nebraska||Below average opportunities|
|Nevada||Below average opportunities|
|New Hampshire||No data available|
|New Jersey||Average opportunities|
|New Mexico||Below average opportunities|
|New York||Above average opportunities|
|North Carolina||Average opportunities|
|North Dakota||Below average opportunities|
|Northern Mariana Islands||No data available|
|Ohio||Below average opportunities|
|Pennsylvania||Above average opportunities|
|Puerto Rico||Below average opportunities|
|Rhode Island||Above average opportunities|
|South Carolina||Below average opportunities|
|South Dakota||Above average opportunities|
|Vermont||Below average opportunities|
|Virgin Islands||No data available|
|West Virginia||Average opportunities|
|Wyoming||Below average opportunities|
For detailed state-by-state info, see employment and wages
external site from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Nationwide, new job opportunities for compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists are very likely in the future.