State Map for Occupational Health & Safety 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 |
|American Samoa||No data available|
|Colorado||Above average opportunities|
|Delaware||Above average opportunities|
|District of Columbia||Below average opportunities|
|Georgia||Below average opportunities|
|Guam||No data available|
|Hawaii||Above average opportunities|
|Illinois||Below average opportunities|
|Kentucky||Above average opportunities|
|Maryland||Below average opportunities|
|Massachusetts||Below average opportunities|
|Montana||Above average opportunities|
|Nevada||Below average opportunities|
|New Hampshire||Average opportunities|
|New Jersey||Average opportunities|
|New Mexico||Above average opportunities|
|New York||Below average opportunities|
|North Carolina||Average opportunities|
|North Dakota||Above average opportunities|
|Northern Mariana Islands||No data available|
|Puerto Rico||Above average opportunities|
|Rhode Island||Below average opportunities|
|South Carolina||Above average opportunities|
|South Dakota||Below average opportunities|
|Texas||Above average opportunities|
|Virgin Islands||No data available|
|Virginia||Above average opportunities|
|West Virginia||Above average opportunities|
|Wisconsin||Below average opportunities|
|Wyoming||Above 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 occupational health and safety specialists are likely in the future.