The jobs listed in the National Geographic jobs survey are considered the most and the least common jobs, according to a new analysis by a computer scientist.
The results from the 2017 survey suggest that there are at least a few occupations in which the typical person is less likely to have a job than someone with the same education or experience.
For example, only 16.6 percent of people with a bachelor’s degree in business administration have a high-paying job.
Similarly, only 15.7 percent of college graduates have a college-level job.
The other 12.7 million people who completed the survey have a low-paying or middle-paying occupation.
About a third of people who have completed the study have a full-time job, and a quarter have a part-time one.
These jobs tend to be more likely to require education and experience.
According to the 2017 report, occupations with the lowest share of people working in them are professional and technical occupations (10.5 percent), construction (8.3 percent), service-sector occupations (7.9 percent), and health care and social assistance occupations (6.7 the survey found).
About a quarter of people in occupations with high-payments in the survey also have low-payings.
For example, 7.5 million people have a salary of $100,000 or more, according the report.
The data from the survey shows that the majority of people do not have jobs in these categories, though there are exceptions.
Nearly 70 percent of those who have a paid position in the health care industry (39.9 million people) have jobs that pay more than $100 an hour, and the same percentage of the general population have jobs with hourly pay between $10 and $25.
About 22.1 million people in the service sector have jobs at least $20 an hour.
About 9.6 million people are in professional and business occupations (8 percent), 5.7 in professional trades (3 percent) and 3.3 in retail and wholesale trade (2.8 percent).
The survey found that the occupations that are most likely to be low-wage and low-paid are construction (6 percent), administrative support and waste management (5 percent) or information technology (5.1 percent).
About 7.6 billion people work in low-skill, low-income occupations, according a 2016 report by the Census Bureau.
That is more than three times the number of workers employed in the manufacturing sector.
The report found that more than half of people living in low wage, low pay occupations have incomes of less than $25,000 per year.
About one in three people with the highest-paying jobs earn less than the poverty line.
People with the low-skilled occupations earn an average of $45,200 per year, according on the report, while people with intermediate or low skill jobs earn $33,300 per year or less.