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The aerospace industry includes NAICS 541 and 927.

Current employment as of 4th quarter, 2018: 58,729

Total number of online job postings as of 12/13/2019: 179

Source: New Mexico Workforce Connection Online System, Online Advertised Jobs data


Employment over time:

Source: New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages program


List of online job postings in this industry, as of 12/13/2019:

Date Modified Job ID Job Title Employer Location Salary
12/12/2019 578270 Test & Evaluation Engineer Booz Allen & Hamilton Inc. Albuquerque, NM Suppressed
12/12/2019 578269 Test & Evaluation Engineer Booz Allen & Hamilton Inc. Albuquerque, NM Suppressed
12/11/2019 578237 Receptionist Down To Business Roswell, NM Suppressed
12/12/2019 578219 Entry Level Mechanical Engineer Merrick & Co Los Alamos, NM Suppressed
12/12/2019 578218 Cybersecurity Information Assurance Engineer Secret Clearance American Systems ALBUQUERQUE, NM Suppressed
12/10/2019 578213 Customer Service Representative I Albuquerque NM US ID16447 Cherokee Nation Research Laboratories Albuquerque, NM Suppressed
12/12/2019 578197 Part Time Nuclear Certification Expert Torch Technologies, Inc KIRTLAND AFB, NM Suppressed
12/12/2019 578183 BILINGUAL CUSTOMER SERVICE REP (SC) ALLIANCE DATA SYSTEMS RIO RANCHO, NM $13.00 to $19.80 per hour
12/12/2019 578181 Field Services Technician Unisys Clovis, NM Suppressed
12/10/2019 578159 Accounting Manager SMG MANAGEMENT CO. Albuquerque, NM $22.00 to $25.00 per hour

To apply for these jobs, visit www.jobs.state.nm.us
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