In the new NFL season, locksmith jobs are coming in waves.
There are locksmith’s in New England, locksman in Houston, locksmarksman in Atlanta, locksmart and locksmith in Phoenix, locksmen in Cincinnati and locksman’s in Jacksonville.
The NFL’s locksmith job market is growing at a fast pace, according to research firm Hootsuite.
The company released a report Thursday morning that found that the average locksmith salary jumped 10 percent to $130,000 last year.
The average locksmader salary jumped 25 percent to just under $200,000.
The top-paying jobs include locksmith, locksmaker, locks engineer and locks inspector.
Hootsuit’s report does not include any jobs in the NFL, though it did include some jobs that could be considered locksmith-specific.
The report found that locksmith employees who worked at the NFL combine in Indianapolis in February earned an average of $130 an hour, an increase of 8 percent over last year, and a salary of $160,000 over the previous year.
Locksmith jobs have been growing steadily, but they haven’t always been this fast.
In 2013, the last year for which HootSuite has data, the average salary for locksmith positions in the United States was $140,000, a decrease of 12 percent from the year before.
HoopSuite’s report also noted that the number of locksmith vacancies in the U.S. has dropped dramatically in recent years.
Since 2014, when the last time Hoot Suite has released salary data, there have been fewer locksmith openings in the country than in the years prior.