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CONNECTICUT

Occupational Employment &

WAGES

STATEWIDE 2009

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Special thanks to all employers whose voluntary participation made this publication possible.

The data collection was done by Deb Barr, Arthur Famiglietti, Bonnie Keizer, Linda Mothersele, Michael

Polzella, and Joseph Slepski. This publication was prepared by Michael Polzella.

Questions regarding information in this report may be directed to the Occupational Employment Statistics Unit

at the address below:

Connecticut Department of Labor

Office of Research / OES Unit

200 Folly Brook Boulevard

Wethersfield, CT 06109

860.263.6285

This publication is also available on-line at:

www.ctdol.state.ct.us/lmi

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

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ANNUAL WAGES FOR OCCUPATIONS WITH NON-STANDARD HOURS

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ANNUAL WAGES FOR OCCUPATIONS IN EDUCATION

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OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES

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INTRODUCTION

The intent of this publication, Connecticut Occupational Employment & Wages, is to provide accurate and meaningful wage information to employers, job seekers, counselors, students, planners of vocational education programs, economic developers, Regional Workforce Development Boards, and others. Employers may find the data useful as a guide in analyzing pay scales; job seekers and students could utilize the information in making employment and career decisions; program planners should be aware of employment and wage levels in determining training programs to be offered.

This report provides employment and wage data by occupation and is based on the results of the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) survey. The OES program conducts a bi-annual mail survey designed to produce estimates of employment and wages for over 800 occupations. These estimates are generated at the national, state, and metropolitan area levels. The current estimates have a reference date of the second quarter of 2008, and wage levels are then updated to the first quarter of 2009 by scaling them by the Employment Cost Index (ECI) for the appropriate occupational division. National estimates are derived from responses from 1,200,000 business establishments, while state estimates are based on approximately 21,000 sampled establishments.

Respondents did not report actual wages. Rather, they reported employment in twelve wage ranges. Annual wages were calculated, assuming that full-time employees work a 40-hour week, 52 weeks per year. Employers were requested to report part-time workers by their hourly rate, rather than by their annual wage. Wages represent gross straight-time earnings, commissions, and other incentive payments based on production, before payroll deductions. Employers excluded overtime pay, shift differential, holiday pay or other non-production bonuses, and any other non-regular pay. Employment and wages in this publication are reported for 22 major occupational groups according to function

performed. Within each of these groups, the following information is shown for specific occupations:

• Employment - the estimated number of workers in the occupation statewide, based on response to the survey.

• Wages

• Entry Level - the wage rate is actually the hourly mean of the first third of the wage distribution. The OES program does not ask employers for any information concerning the experience level of the occupation collected.

• Wage Range - the wage range encompassing 80 percent of the workers in the occupation. It excludes the 10 percent of workers who earned less than the low end of the range and the 10 percent that earned more than the high end of the range.

• Average Hourly Wage - the average of all wages weighted by the number of employees that received that wage;

• Average Annual Wage - the average hourly wage multiplied by 2,080 hours (full-time employee).

The success of this publication is due primarily to employers willing to spend time to accurately complete the survey. Because wage and salary information is usually sensitive, the confidentiality of participating employers is assured. Data are not published if the possibility exists of revealing a firm’s wage rates.

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Management Occupations

Chief Executives 4,750 47.98 42.74 - >80.00 >80.00 85.90 178,686 General and Operations Managers 29,380 28.32 24.48 - >80.00 51.84 60.05 124,902 Engineering Managers 3,900 39.21 36.10 - >80.00 52.87 56.77 118,082 Computer and Information Systems Managers 6,280 36.67 34.14 - >80.00 53.47 56.62 117,758 Natural Sciences Managers 1,330 32.24 29.73 - >80.00 53.10 56.47 117,444

Business and Financial Operations Occupations

Personal Financial Advisors 3,280 26.32 22.36 - >80.00 48.23 55.08 114,570 Financial Analysts 5,980 25.60 23.29 - >80.00 39.08 47.00 97,762 Management Analysts 8,110 25.27 22.93 - 75.49 37.04 43.37 90,213 Financial Examiners 420 30.41 27.69 - 61.05 42.05 42.53 88,463 Financial Specialists, All Other 1,540 19.51 17.78 - 73.71 29.17 36.80 76,552

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Computer and Mathematical Science Occupations

Computer and Information Scientists, Research 280 38.70 36.63 - >80.00 57.45 57.21 118,989 Actuaries 820 28.88 26.59 - 73.44 43.23 47.29 98,361 Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software 4,060 30.77 27.64 - 63.34 42.62 44.92 93,418 Mathematicians 80 29.45 27.76 - 63.31 44.90 44.24 92,022 Computer Software Engineers, Applications 8,500 30.96 28.25 - 60.82 41.56 42.89 89,209

Architecture and Engineering Occupations

Petroleum Engineers N/A 37.70 31.30 - 61.24 49.29 43.23 89,924 Nuclear Engineers N/A 39.51 36.35 - 65.55 38.98 43.06 89,565 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval 1,170 26.63 23.85 - 60.83 40.14 41.47 86,263 Biomedical Engineers 100 32.27 29.38 - 52.57 41.08 40.89 85,032 Marine Engineers and Naval Architects 180 34.80 33.52 - 56.63 40.37 40.39 84,017

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations

Materials Scientists 60 32.56 28.81 - >80.00 49.73 55.79 116,054 Physicists 150 34.08 32.06 - >80.00 47.44 53.35 110,968 Physical Scientists, All Other 30 28.46 23.06 - 64.21 42.86 43.54 90,564 Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists 2,270 27.21 24.62 - 69.20 39.08 43.24 89,953 Biochemists and Biophysicists 580 29.42 26.55 - 60.50 39.69 41.37 86,049

Community and Social Services Occupations

Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists 1,490 23.71 21.41 - 47.26 32.65 33.10 68,856 Child, Family, and School Social Workers 5,160 20.12 18.16 - 39.66 30.54 29.41 61,171 Medical and Public Health Social Workers 1,600 20.43 18.41 - 39.56 27.78 28.45 59,173 Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors 3,690 16.23 13.58 - 42.51 29.00 28.25 58,766 Marriage and Family Therapists 240 20.16 17.96 - 38.84 27.16 27.39 56,972

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Legal Occupations

Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates 230 50.55 29.13 - >80.00 72.87 66.70 138,720 Lawyers 8,090 32.42 29.00 - >80.00 55.30 60.82 126,521 Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers 200 35.81 33.87 - 69.31 40.68 45.71 95,089 Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators N/A 20.27 17.89 - 55.64 32.00 33.95 70,619 Law Clerks 210 14.06 13.13 - 53.05 23.08 26.75 55,637

Education, Training, and Library Occupations

Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary 1,990 N/A N/A - N/A N/A N/A 121,078 Law Teachers, Postsecondary 380 N/A N/A - N/A N/A N/A 112,364 History Teachers, Postsecondary 910 N/A N/A - N/A N/A N/A 102,305 Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary 890 N/A N/A - N/A N/A N/A 85,315 Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary N/A N/A N/A - N/A N/A N/A 83,277

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations

Producers and Directors 1,570 14.33 13.61 - 75.35 32.23 38.71 80,515 Art Directors 510 21.85 19.83 - 68.83 34.26 38.30 79,659 Fashion Designers 190 21.09 19.36 - 62.77 26.61 36.66 76,255 Writers and Authors 600 18.75 15.87 - 49.77 30.12 32.83 68,275 Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other 310 15.12 8.53 - 46.15 32.99 29.78 61,935

Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations

Surgeons 730 92.53 73.88 - >80.00 >80.00 105.53 219,500 Obstetricians and Gynecologists 500 76.15 61.14 - >80.00 >80.00 99.12 206,170 Internists, General 1,150 59.94 55.21 - >80.00 >80.00 90.00 187,213 Psychiatrists 440 60.61 55.30 - >80.00 >80.00 88.84 184,777 Physicians and Surgeons, All Other 2,380 41.67 25.71 - >80.00 >80.00 85.53 177,908

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Healthcare Support Occupations

Massage Therapists 610 13.59 10.36 - 56.16 22.65 28.26 58,785 Occupational Therapist Assistants 470 19.95 18.06 - 32.15 26.15 25.50 53,041 Physical Therapist Assistants 470 16.03 13.52 - 34.21 25.15 24.38 50,715 Dental Assistants 3,410 15.15 14.00 - 24.86 19.30 19.25 40,044 Medical Transcriptionists 730 13.24 12.43 - 24.14 17.89 17.83 37,085

Protective Service Occupations First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and Detectives 1,660 32.59 30.07 - 50.57 39.09 39.37 81,903 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers 950 27.55 26.87 - 44.99 36.27 35.46 73,772 Detectives and Criminal Investigators 1,030 28.03 26.76 - 47.89 32.62 34.65 72,068 Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers 7,310 21.61 20.20 - 35.56 28.52 27.86 57,949 First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective Service Workers, All Other 590 17.92 16.42 - 40.96 26.64 27.63 57,469

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Food Preparation and Serving-Related Occupations

Chefs and Head Cooks 1,680 15.84 14.41 - 42.76 23.80 25.71 53,480 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation and Serving Workers 8,090 11.72 10.24 - 26.71 16.78 17.63 36,657 Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria 4,340 10.63 9.58 - 20.50 14.57 14.91 31,005 Cooks, All Other 270 9.30 8.43 - 23.37 13.18 14.04 29,189 Cooks, Restaurant 8,300 10.02 9.12 - 18.72 12.98 13.45 27,974

Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and

Groundskeeping Workers 1,680 17.55 15.83 - 40.47 27.11 27.41 57,020 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers 2,580 14.73 13.05 - 31.95 21.31 21.91 45,573 Tree Trimmers and Pruners 320 14.71 12.12 - 25.30 20.71 19.77 41,125 Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators, Vegetation N/A 13.16 12.02 - 25.12 17.80 18.15 37,748 Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other 270 11.02 10.45 - 24.50 12.54 15.22 31,657

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Personal Care and Service Occupations

Travel Guides N/A 21.35 19.67 - 33.25 28.62 27.15 56,459 Embalmers 90 16.17 14.66 - 39.28 22.43 25.31 52,643 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers 1,710 13.73 12.77 - 28.55 19.47 20.03 41,645 Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors 3,650 10.96 9.54 - 31.04 18.32 19.69 40,941 Animal Trainers 150 9.10 8.18 - 34.12 14.74 17.36 36,106

Sales and Related Occupations

Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents 6,780 31.38 23.66 - >80.00 68.53 71.62 148,975 Real Estate Brokers 180 25.93 20.11 - >80.00 36.28 49.16 102,245 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and

Scientific Products 7,110 21.20 18.79 - 64.36 33.89 38.00 79,047 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales Workers 3,530 23.71 21.32 - 56.81 32.65 37.12 77,217 Sales Engineers 1,280 24.86 22.63 - 49.98 34.79 36.41 75,730

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Office and Administrative Support Occupations

Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs 880 19.16 17.52 - 31.19 27.07 25.45 52,935 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Administrative Support

Workers 22,760 17.42 16.09 - 36.88 24.12 25.22 52,456 Postal Service Clerks 1,280 23.34 21.50 - 26.01 25.01 24.68 51,335 Postal Service Mail Carriers 5,000 20.18 18.33 - 25.20 25.12 23.52 48,919 Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators 2,310 20.01 17.45 - 25.01 25.01 23.30 48,470

Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations

Agricultural Inspectors N/A 24.07 20.89 - 39.18 33.78 31.53 65,585 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers 150 13.73 12.23 - 31.94 21.75 21.40 44,499 Fallers N/A 12.30 11.35 - 28.16 16.02 17.61 36,617 Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse 480 9.20 8.42 - 19.65 12.48 13.25 27,572 Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products 10 10.30 9.41 - 15.52 12.26 12.26 25,498

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Construction and Extraction Occupations First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction Trades and Extraction

Workers 5,070 23.94 21.74 - 47.08 33.23 33.62 69,936 Elevator Installers and Repairers N/A 23.49 19.85 - 44.98 35.35 33.60 69,886 Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers N/A 24.74 15.09 - 39.52 35.37 32.03 66,628 Construction and Building Inspectors 770 22.48 19.66 - 39.99 31.09 30.28 62,985 Explosives Workers, Ordnance Handling Experts, and Blasters 70 25.72 23.39 - 36.53 29.36 29.28 60,901

Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations

Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay 130 27.49 26.25 - 40.36 34.71 33.34 69,337 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 5,070 22.33 20.15 - 47.15 31.91 32.63 67,890 Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers 900 22.01 18.45 - 40.52 33.45 31.21 64,923 Avionics Technicians 500 24.95 22.89 - 36.30 28.62 28.80 59,907 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians N/A 21.18 20.53 - 32.44 27.17 26.88 55,910

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OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Production Occupations

Power Plant Operators 200 26.24 24.37 - 39.28 30.29 30.68 63,824 Patternmakers, Metal and Plastic N/A 21.90 15.87 - 38.85 31.46 29.70 61,782 Power Distributors and Dispatchers 20 28.48 26.49 - 32.61 29.54 29.41 61,182 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers 8,640 19.50 17.60 - 42.82 28.20 29.19 60,715 Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery Operators, and Gaugers 30 22.61 21.19 - 38.99 25.33 28.58 59,455

Transportation and Material Moving Occupations

Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers 230 N/A N/A - N/A N/A N/A 110,571 Commercial Pilots 410 N/A N/A - N/A N/A N/A 87,356 Air Traffic Controllers 140 27.69 26.61 - 63.47 32.59 40.22 83,648 Transportation Inspectors 230 20.63 15.92 - 52.20 29.38 31.74 66,019 Crane and Tower Operators 260 18.36 16.98 - 39.68 27.64 27.77 57,776

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ANNUAL WAGES FOR OCCUPATIONS WITH NON-STANDARD HOURS*

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Average

Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers 230 73,667 63,069 - 159,952 105,489 110,571 Athletes and Sports Competitors 390 25,102 23,543 - 79,078 38,902 45,496 Athletic Trainers 180 27,793 20,801 - 65,686 42,938 44,273 Coaches and Scouts 2,820 16,898 16,755 - 68,101 26,437 35,926 Commercial Pilots 410 64,110 55,866 - 129,089 81,789 87,356 Legislators 500 16,656 16,636 - 56,961 29,892 33,110 Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials 60 16,643 16,511 - 49,501 19,487 25,673

* The workers in these occupations are paid based on an annual amount, but generally work less than the usual 2,080 hours per year. Since the survey does not collect the actual hours worked, the hourly rate cannot be calculated with a reasonable degree of confidence from the annual wages. For these occupations, the annual wages have been directly calculated from the reported survey data.

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ANNUAL WAGES FOR OCCUPATIONS IN EDUCATION*

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Average

Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary 210 48,615 42,276 - 122,077 70,018 77,794 Area, Ethnic, and Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsecondary N/A 49,481 44,365 - 120,569 67,704 75,582 Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary 710 43,234 36,945 - 108,308 65,166 70,904 Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary 890 49,593 43,794 - 140,738 75,246 85,315 Business Teachers, Postsecondary 950 45,832 42,357 - 130,781 71,679 81,218 Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary 230 49,532 44,701 - 117,083 68,682 75,378 Communications Teachers, Postsecondary 250 52,916 48,788 - 105,057 67,887 72,616 Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary 320 45,588 40,166 - 119,886 66,756 73,697 Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary 70 40,512 36,354 - 101,867 57,971 62,924 Economics Teachers, Postsecondary 220 51,468 45,598 - 126,837 79,537 83,257 Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School 3,150 79,042 65,067 - 138,027 111,342 107,062 Education Teachers, Postsecondary 500 50,714 43,213 - 98,188 65,340 68,295 Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 19,290 45,323 42,969 - 88,546 65,431 65,309 Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary 320 49,522 43,519 - 123,208 76,714 80,515

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ANNUAL WAGES FOR OCCUPATIONS IN EDUCATION*

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Average

English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary 650 46,148 39,779 - 109,643 67,317 72,698 Graduate Teaching Assistants 3,230 21,158 17,938 - 56,259 37,496 37,496 Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary 1,990 54,118 48,992 - >166,400 101,418 121,078 History Teachers, Postsecondary 910 62,007 57,685 - >166,400 89,871 102,305 Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary N/A 49,400 45,496 - >166,400 65,380 83,277 Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education 1,930 38,311 34,255 - 85,713 62,720 60,549 Law Teachers, Postsecondary 380 54,485 46,597 - >166,400 97,688 112,364 Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary 500 45,272 38,780 - 106,443 65,319 70,058 Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education 10,660 47,198 44,161 - 90,941 66,899 66,777 Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary 500 55,555 54,047 - 108,889 73,075 76,856 Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary 190 49,807 42,816 - 123,759 68,010 76,622 Physics Teachers, Postsecondary 170 50,969 45,364 - 118,306 70,333 77,305 Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary 230 51,754 45,934 - 124,126 77,437 81,524 Postsecondary Teachers, All Other 5,110 45,690 44,110 - 109,531 64,055 74,206

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ANNUAL WAGES FOR OCCUPATIONS IN EDUCATION*

WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Average

Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary 690 48,105 41,409 - 136,743 66,828 79,904 Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary 180 56,483 53,425 - 107,493 65,604 71,669 Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education 14,590 44,660 41,470 - 93,989 67,633 66,532 Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary 170 49,848 42,887 - 109,256 64,697 70,313 Special Education Teachers, Middle School 1,410 49,940 46,271 - 88,668 68,723 67,439 Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School 3,230 45,282 42,449 - 88,037 67,092 65,125 Special Education Teachers, Secondary School 2,470 49,593 43,957 - 96,027 70,965 69,355 Teacher Assistants 27,800 20,750 18,682 - 40,084 27,640 28,751 Teachers and Instructors, All Other 4,440 34,520 31,350 - 99,329 53,639 58,134 Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School 310 47,891 44,650 - 85,478 67,653 65,360 Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School 2,630 44,874 40,706 - 87,731 70,344 65,829

* The workers in these occupations are paid based on an annual amount, but generally work less than the usual 2,080 hours per year. Since the survey does not collect the actual hours worked, the hourly rate cannot be calculated with a reasonable degree of confidence from the annual wages. For these occupations, the annual wages have been directly calculated from the reported survey data.

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Management Occupations N/A 27.27 23.28 - >80.00 46.82 52.88 109,996 Administrative Services Managers 4,260 22.17 18.80 - 61.73 36.68 39.22 81,582 Advertising and Promotions Managers 700 24.96 21.95 - 75.34 36.39 42.89 89,211 Chief Executives 4,750 47.98 42.74 - >80.00 >80.00 85.90 178,686 Compensation and Benefits Managers 920 27.01 24.22 - 64.60 38.26 41.87 87,097 Computer and Information Systems Managers 6,280 36.67 34.14 - >80.00 53.47 56.62 117,758 Construction Managers 2,550 30.15 27.64 - 72.47 43.54 47.71 99,250 Education Administrators, All Other 260 24.06 17.82 - 65.32 42.47 45.05 93,694 Education Administrators, Postsecondary 1,850 28.00 24.51 - >80.00 46.97 50.95 105,989 Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care Center/Program 990 14.10 12.45 - 36.32 19.95 22.82 47,449 Engineering Managers 3,900 39.21 36.10 - >80.00 52.87 56.77 118,082 Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers 10 16.04 13.72 - 53.99 35.10 35.26 73,334 Financial Managers 13,640 30.05 27.05 - >80.00 48.75 54.08 112,486 Food Service Managers 2,850 16.19 15.11 - 41.90 23.55 26.12 54,330 Funeral Directors 310 22.18 21.03 - 53.23 34.43 39.34 81,824 General and Operations Managers 29,380 28.32 24.48 - >80.00 51.84 60.05 124,902

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Human Resources Managers, All Other 1,420 33.02 29.45 - >80.00 48.39 52.99 110,229 Industrial Production Managers 3,050 31.81 29.52 - 63.84 44.65 45.66 94,969 Lodging Managers 320 15.50 13.97 - 41.31 22.73 25.53 53,096 Managers, All Other 3,210 28.03 24.13 - 67.46 43.40 45.49 94,605 Marketing Managers 4,930 29.19 25.41 - >80.00 48.56 54.09 112,506 Medical and Health Services Managers 4,410 31.43 28.76 - 79.07 42.96 48.43 100,747 Natural Sciences Managers 1,330 32.24 29.73 - >80.00 53.10 56.47 117,444 Postmasters and Mail Superintendents 230 26.51 25.44 - 41.63 33.05 32.86 68,346 Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers 2,220 17.75 16.55 - 53.12 26.88 31.32 65,148 Public Relations Managers 1,080 28.18 26.04 - >80.00 42.16 51.97 108,114 Purchasing Managers 1,630 28.60 25.91 - 63.85 41.75 43.34 90,142 Sales Managers 7,080 29.99 26.64 - >80.00 49.64 56.36 117,242 Social and Community Service Managers 2,960 19.12 17.56 - 44.74 26.59 29.22 60,786 Training and Development Managers 630 26.69 24.55 - 75.95 41.77 46.28 96,244 Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers 1,180 25.97 23.35 - 64.59 39.76 42.91 89,242

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Business and Financial Operations Occupations 84,630 20.73 18.81 - 54.44 31.81 35.52 73,881 Accountants and Auditors 17,330 22.18 20.46 - 52.38 31.98 35.49 73,820 Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate 760 18.07 15.56 - 44.18 31.77 31.60 65,725 Budget Analysts 1,080 27.55 26.35 - 47.71 35.08 35.48 73,800 Business Operations Specialists, All Other 6,650 16.98 9.36 - 46.90 30.42 30.50 63,438 Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators 7,250 21.06 19.52 - 40.52 29.12 29.37 61,080 Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists 1,320 19.54 17.59 - 48.63 30.16 31.30 65,097 Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety,

and Transportation 3,370 18.85 16.44 - 48.47 30.32 32.18 66,939 Cost Estimators 2,300 20.94 19.34 - 48.90 31.62 32.98 68,599 Credit Analysts 900 20.90 18.76 - 46.28 29.63 30.71 63,883 Emergency Management Specialists 220 21.76 19.59 - 45.22 33.01 32.29 67,172 Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists 3,320 17.06 15.69 - 49.22 26.53 31.44 65,391 Financial Analysts 5,980 25.60 23.29 - >80.00 39.08 47.00 97,762 Financial Examiners 420 30.41 27.69 - 61.05 42.05 42.53 88,463 Financial Specialists, All Other 1,540 19.51 17.78 - 73.71 29.17 36.80 76,552 Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists, All Other 1,930 22.54 20.57 - 47.16 32.75 32.75 68,103

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage 240 20.56 18.81 - 36.54 27.16 27.08 56,334 Insurance Underwriters 3,680 21.21 19.77 - 55.44 30.45 35.36 73,547 Loan Counselors 370 15.51 14.18 - 31.91 19.31 21.86 45,466 Loan Officers 2,890 19.57 17.72 - 57.22 29.78 34.11 70,946 Logisticians 760 23.21 20.57 - 53.56 33.53 35.50 73,840 Management Analysts 8,110 25.27 22.93 - 75.49 37.04 43.37 90,213 Meeting and Convention Planners 570 18.62 16.88 - 39.96 27.08 27.94 58,105 Personal Financial Advisors 3,280 26.32 22.36 - >80.00 48.23 55.08 114,570 Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products 110 18.96 15.57 - 49.61 36.71 33.60 69,884 Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products 4,050 21.01 19.32 - 46.26 30.88 31.47 65,451 Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents 1,160 22.61 19.88 - 49.91 35.71 34.99 72,788 Tax Preparers 220 8.84 8.20 - 26.83 14.15 16.29 33,879 Training and Development Specialists 3,330 17.97 15.88 - 41.75 27.83 28.49 59,258 Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products 1,320 16.30 15.20 - 41.35 23.30 25.56 53,167

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Computer and Mathematical Occupations 46,410 24.50 21.87 - 57.18 37.22 38.47 80,026 Actuaries 820 28.88 26.59 - 73.44 43.23 47.29 98,361 Computer and Information Scientists, Research 280 38.70 36.63 - 81.35 57.45 57.21 118,989 Computer Programmers 5,490 25.92 23.73 - 61.97 37.83 41.02 85,336 Computer Software Engineers, Applications 8,500 30.96 28.25 - 60.82 41.56 42.89 89,209 Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software 4,060 30.77 27.64 - 63.34 42.62 44.92 93,418 Computer Specialists, All Other 720 21.47 18.43 - 48.69 32.65 33.17 69,009 Computer Support Specialists 6,620 17.09 16.03 - 36.97 24.03 25.23 52,498 Computer Systems Analysts 8,830 30.21 28.16 - 59.52 40.53 41.63 86,600 Database Administrators 1,870 22.91 20.50 - 53.61 35.80 36.03 74,930 Mathematicians 80 29.45 27.76 - 63.31 44.90 44.24 92,022 Network and Computer Systems Administrators 4,150 23.89 21.80 - 50.65 33.78 34.92 72,627 Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts 3,950 26.24 24.17 - 51.84 37.08 37.28 77,539 Operations Research Analysts 730 23.61 20.93 - 49.90 35.05 34.93 72,637 Statisticians 280 25.71 23.36 - 53.19 37.59 37.84 78,701

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Architecture and Engineering Occupations 35,310 23.33 20.66 - 50.99 33.94 35.15 73,106 Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians 210 20.83 19.63 - 38.19 27.98 28.34 58,939 Aerospace Engineers 1,230 29.84 28.05 - 54.33 39.40 40.01 83,226 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval 1,170 26.63 23.85 - 70.37 40.10 43.88 91,257 Architectural and Civil Drafters 1,050 19.04 17.75 - 37.78 25.03 26.29 54,679 Biomedical Engineers 100 32.27 29.38 - 56.93 42.54 43.79 91,094 Cartographers and Photogrammetrists 30 20.32 19.05 - 34.69 24.37 25.68 53,415 Chemical Engineers 190 28.10 25.87 - 52.24 39.21 39.72 82,625 Civil Engineering Technicians 590 16.70 15.17 - 42.68 25.43 27.11 56,381 Civil Engineers 3,040 27.40 25.74 - 52.15 37.03 38.34 79,751 Computer Hardware Engineers 380 25.57 24.25 - 62.39 35.89 39.47 82,105 Drafters, All Other 140 16.07 13.96 - 30.59 22.75 22.47 46,740 Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians 2,200 19.19 17.58 - 40.74 26.53 27.46 57,115 Electrical and Electronics Drafters 630 19.09 17.39 - 38.50 26.07 26.98 56,106 Electrical Engineers 2,140 29.05 26.70 - 54.72 39.90 40.45 84,143 Electro-Mechanical Technicians 360 16.51 14.84 - 31.86 23.41 23.25 48,340

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Electronics Engineers, Except Computer 1,210 29.25 26.96 - 56.62 40.27 40.47 84,184 Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other 590 21.93 19.87 - 41.48 30.43 30.42 63,281 Engineers, All Other 1,770 27.10 24.80 - 57.15 41.00 40.02 83,246 Environmental Engineering Technicians 240 16.59 15.67 - 32.40 20.90 22.64 47,076 Environmental Engineers 500 25.97 24.32 - 50.49 36.47 36.89 76,734 Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and

Inspectors 270 28.06 24.77 - 60.87 39.49 40.87 85,010 Industrial Engineering Technicians 1,110 19.42 17.24 - 37.93 27.30 27.16 56,483 Industrial Engineers 4,870 27.86 26.08 - 51.74 37.70 37.92 78,884 Landscape Architects 520 20.79 18.99 - 52.96 36.19 35.99 74,848 Marine Engineers and Naval Architects 180 34.80 33.52 - 50.03 42.20 41.25 85,794 Materials Engineers 820 30.13 28.08 - 55.05 42.09 41.18 85,652 Mechanical Drafters 2,000 20.37 18.63 - 32.00 27.31 26.37 54,832 Mechanical Engineering Technicians 1,040 17.49 16.58 - 33.52 21.65 23.74 49,369 Mechanical Engineers 5,140 27.91 26.72 - 50.78 38.07 38.20 79,445 Nuclear Engineers N/A 39.51 36.35 - 60.44 47.32 47.17 98,116 Petroleum Engineers N/A 37.70 31.30 - 65.44 54.45 50.67 105,403

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Surveying and Mapping Technicians 380 14.17 12.55 - 30.27 19.24 20.29 42,214 Surveyors 720 17.89 16.24 - 39.83 25.47 27.20 56,585

Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations 15,090 19.76 17.83 - 52.25 31.51 33.65 70,007 Agricultural and Food Science Technicians 80 17.58 15.65 - 31.35 23.50 23.48 48,839 Anthropologists and Archeologists N/A 13.36 12.15 - 37.85 20.63 23.10 48,064 Atmospheric and Space Scientists 70 20.06 17.88 - 56.13 37.02 36.65 76,235 Biochemists and Biophysicists 580 29.42 26.55 - 60.50 39.69 41.37 86,049 Biological Scientists, All Other 110 27.12 25.60 - 45.68 34.67 34.59 71,954 Biological Technicians 1,130 17.47 16.70 - 31.38 20.95 22.64 47,076 Chemical Technicians 660 15.91 14.45 - 31.20 20.70 21.82 45,384 Chemists 1,050 19.80 17.86 - 52.70 30.24 32.78 68,163 Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists 1,800 22.92 21.17 - 50.91 34.89 35.91 74,675 Conservation Scientists 90 25.64 23.61 - 47.64 33.92 34.50 71,760 Economists 160 30.52 27.72 - 50.81 39.53 41.21 85,713 Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health 320 13.60 11.77 - 32.94 18.95 20.68 42,999

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health 770 20.83 19.21 - 47.37 31.46 32.12 66,817

Epidemiologists 120 26.75 25.14 - 48.57 35.91 36.49 75,888 Food Scientists and Technologists 130 19.74 17.17 - 48.55 30.50 31.74 66,022

Forensic Science Technicians 90 25.44 23.36 - 44.62 33.64 33.50 69,681 Forest and Conservation Technicians 100 23.01 20.70 - 43.52 34.90 32.81 68,244 Foresters 30 20.69 18.15 - 39.12 31.10 29.36 61,079 Historians 10 28.33 25.54 - 43.93 35.99 34.89 72,565 Hydrologists 100 21.89 19.96 - 44.12 32.14 31.48 65,482 Life Scientists, All Other 70 25.13 22.98 - 50.66 38.21 37.14 77,244 Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other 200 17.36 16.53 - 34.14 25.19 25.16 52,345 Market Research Analysts 2,990 20.02 18.10 - 52.25 29.82 32.93 68,499 Materials Scientists 60 32.56 28.81 - >80.00 49.73 55.79 116,054 Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists 2,270 27.21 24.62 - 69.20 39.08 43.24 89,953 Microbiologists 150 22.77 20.07 - 61.86 37.62 38.89 80,892 Nuclear Technicians N/A 31.73 28.75 - 42.28 37.13 36.28 75,480 Physical Scientists, All Other 30 28.46 23.06 - 64.21 42.86 43.54 90,564

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Physicists 150 34.08 32.06 - >80.00 47.44 53.35 110,968 Psychologists, All Other 90 17.51 13.87 - 60.78 38.33 37.57 78,151 Social Science Research Assistants 100 15.07 13.83 - 31.37 20.16 21.96 45,680 Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other 170 23.76 21.93 - 47.02 34.36 33.59 69,865 Soil and Plant Scientists 100 29.20 27.72 - 60.27 36.64 39.50 82,166 Survey Researchers 670 14.41 11.36 - 39.00 26.50 25.64 53,344 Urban and Regional Planners 320 22.20 19.30 - 48.87 33.41 33.70 70,119 Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists N/A 18.80 14.69 - 50.37 33.78 33.28 69,202

Community and Social Services Occupations 31,210 14.64 13.27 - 38.08 23.08 24.29 50,510 Child, Family, and School Social Workers 5,160 20.12 18.16 - 39.66 30.54 29.41 61,171 Clergy 310 14.59 11.04 - 40.39 28.32 26.90 55,943 Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other 1,430 14.23 13.22 - 33.70 19.34 21.20 44,100 Counselors, All Other 200 10.67 10.20 - 23.57 14.06 15.79 32,838 Directors, Religious Activities and Education 70 14.81 13.61 - 26.34 18.42 20.73 43,121 Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors 3,690 16.23 13.58 - 42.51 29.00 28.25 58,766

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Health Educators 540 14.98 13.36 - 40.17 24.33 25.89 53,843 Marriage and Family Therapists 240 20.16 17.96 - 38.84 27.16 27.39 56,972 Medical and Public Health Social Workers 1,600 20.43 18.41 - 39.56 27.78 28.45 59,173 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers 2,960 16.66 15.39 - 35.02 23.51 24.29 50,521 Mental Health Counselors 1,790 13.66 13.07 - 29.62 17.43 19.51 40,573 Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists 1,490 23.71 21.41 - 47.26 32.65 33.10 68,856 Rehabilitation Counselors 2,850 13.23 12.53 - 33.88 17.47 20.33 42,286 Religious Workers, All Other N/A 9.03 8.51 - 16.55 13.29 13.00 27,039 Social and Human Service Assistants 7,120 12.42 11.10 - 27.69 20.00 19.83 41,256 Social Workers, All Other 320 13.64 11.31 - 40.97 26.63 26.35 54,811 Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors 1,360 13.84 13.38 - 30.67 19.11 20.60 42,836

Legal Occupations 14,100 20.82 18.01 - >80.00 37.06 46.30 96,302 Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers 200 35.81 33.87 - 69.31 40.68 45.71 95,089 Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators N/A 20.27 17.89 - 55.64 32.00 33.95 70,619 Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates 230 50.55 29.13 - >80.00 72.87 66.70 138,720

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Law Clerks 210 14.06 13.13 - 53.05 23.08 26.75 55,637 Lawyers 8,090 32.42 29.00 - >80.00 55.30 60.82 126,521 Legal Support Workers, All Other N/A 16.87 13.95 - 37.27 25.38 25.80 53,650 Paralegals and Legal Assistants 4,670 16.58 15.07 - 33.77 23.62 24.30 50,541 Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers 170 10.41 8.75 - 34.21 23.84 22.31 46,413

Education, Training, and Library Occupations 127,910 13.48 11.42 - 43.78 25.54 27.36 56,911 Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED Teachers and Instructors 1,120 10.63 8.05 - 32.50 21.73 21.29 44,283 Archivists 70 11.88 11.15 - 39.09 19.92 21.29 44,273 Audio-Visual Collections Specialists 110 14.14 13.33 - 38.98 25.31 24.91 51,805 Curators 180 14.10 13.51 - 42.64 24.47 26.40 54,903 Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other 710 14.81 13.60 - 44.58 20.54 25.02 52,039 Instructional Coordinators 1,300 21.89 19.85 - 54.33 36.51 36.26 75,429 Librarians 2,490 20.27 18.75 - 43.46 30.16 30.57 63,566 Library Technicians 2,120 11.06 9.41 - 26.16 16.02 17.09 35,549 Museum Technicians and Conservators 180 13.40 11.02 - 31.60 21.87 21.64 45,007

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 6,720 10.28 9.49 - 22.21 13.37 14.92 31,024 Self-Enrichment Education Teachers 2,130 14.40 13.45 - 40.30 23.38 25.40 52,834 Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary 840 17.46 15.98 - 39.48 22.85 25.09 52,192

Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations 24,060 12.21 10.12 - 43.12 21.54 25.16 52,345 Actors 220 10.81 10.39 - 22.77 14.22 19.75 N/A Art Directors 510 21.85 19.83 - 68.83 34.26 38.30 79,659 Artists and Related Workers, All Other 140 16.50 15.06 - 32.10 20.03 22.48 46,760 Audio and Video Equipment Technicians 700 13.75 11.57 - 29.80 21.06 20.75 43,172 Broadcast Technicians 430 10.04 9.38 - 35.05 14.56 18.53 38,535

Choreographers 620 10.23 8.96 - 35.58 17.42 20.04 41,674 Commercial and Industrial Designers 520 16.80 16.04 - 43.75 25.23 28.20 58,654

Craft Artists N/A 9.56 8.16 - 38.36 16.96 19.80 41,185 Dancers 60 13.50 12.81 - 23.08 15.31 16.13 N/A Designers, All Other 160 14.01 11.72 - 39.08 23.14 24.57 51,112 Editors 1,300 18.68 16.81 - 43.27 27.52 29.34 61,028

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related Workers, All Other 170 9.74 8.19 - 33.16 19.24 20.67 N/A Fashion Designers 190 21.09 19.36 - 62.77 26.61 36.66 76,255 Film and Video Editors 240 14.36 13.43 - 43.36 15.93 21.98 45,720 Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators 70 14.16 9.67 - 37.05 23.69 26.74 55,627 Floral Designers 870 10.47 9.42 - 19.60 13.91 14.15 29,424 Graphic Designers 2,980 16.15 14.87 - 41.82 23.98 26.21 54,526 Interior Designers 650 15.05 12.95 - 40.51 20.96 24.44 50,847 Interpreters and Translators 440 14.67 12.68 - 31.86 21.69 22.22 46,210 Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other 310 15.12 8.53 - 46.15 32.99 29.78 61,935 Media and Communication Workers, All Other 200 12.04 10.48 - 31.47 19.58 20.38 42,388 Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers 410 9.87 9.01 - 24.03 13.92 15.33 31,890 Multi-Media Artists and Animators 410 15.34 13.82 - 54.35 24.96 28.78 59,856 Music Directors and Composers 90 17.54 11.70 - 38.87 25.40 27.24 56,656 Musicians and Singers 310 8.34 8.17 - 60.40 13.24 24.84 N/A Photographers 900 10.10 9.37 - 30.61 14.49 17.41 36,211 Producers and Directors 1,570 14.33 13.61 - 75.35 32.23 38.71 80,515

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Public Address System and Other Announcers 130 8.34 8.15 - 23.00 9.20 13.27 27,599 Public Relations Specialists 2,720 17.34 15.53 - 44.17 25.92 28.91 60,152 Radio and Television Announcers 510 9.66 8.58 - 30.70 15.58 19.38 40,308 Reporters and Correspondents 620 13.82 12.31 - 33.66 19.91 21.79 45,323 Set and Exhibit Designers 170 12.57 12.38 - 37.84 19.62 23.15 48,156 Sound Engineering Technicians 260 14.75 12.93 - 49.57 19.21 26.42 54,954 Technical Writers N/A 19.12 16.73 - 41.28 27.65 28.67 59,632 Writers and Authors 600 18.75 15.87 - 49.77 30.12 32.83 68,275

Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations 91,560 20.81 17.99 - 57.19 31.89 36.60 76,133

Anesthesiologists 450 >80.00 >80.00 - >80.00 >80.00 >80.00 169,592 Audiologists 220 24.93 23.01 - 43.86 30.67 31.99 66,552

Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians 550 16.05 14.62 - 44.43 25.28 27.05 56,259 Chiropractors 180 25.28 22.25 - 66.42 40.00 44.03 91,583 Dental Hygienists 2,970 29.38 26.87 - 42.22 36.59 35.20 73,228 Dentists, General 890 38.11 27.19 - >80.00 >80.00 79.10 164,516

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Diagnostic Medical Sonographers 880 28.48 27.15 - 47.65 36.55 36.38 75,684 Dietetic Technicians 310 11.45 11.01 - 23.14 16.04 16.25 33,786 Dietitians and Nutritionists 650 23.56 22.03 - 40.93 29.98 30.50 63,454 Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics 2,760 13.42 12.63 - 24.80 17.95 18.41 38,280 Family and General Practitioners 710 48.43 41.01 - >80.00 74.32 78.80 163,914 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other 360 30.60 27.91 - 61.22 41.21 42.75 88,923 Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other 430 17.37 16.29 - 36.23 22.58 24.62 51,224 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other 360 20.97 16.47 - 50.72 36.61 34.97 72,739 Internists, General 1,150 59.94 55.21 - >80.00 >80.00 90.00 187,213 Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 7,940 20.97 19.81 - 31.69 25.50 25.38 52,773 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians 1,620 16.34 14.86 - 35.52 22.76 23.87 49,654 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists 2,360 24.12 21.91 - 39.43 30.36 30.15 62,700 Medical Records and Health Information Technicians 1,620 13.21 12.51 - 25.32 16.15 17.50 36,395 Nuclear Medicine Technologists 290 29.95 28.23 - 43.34 36.61 36.24 75,389 Obstetricians and Gynecologists 500 76.15 61.14 - >80.00 >80.00 99.12 206,170 Occupational Health and Safety Specialists 580 24.43 22.67 - 42.57 31.86 32.04 66,644

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Occupational Health and Safety Technicians 150 20.03 17.63 - 33.97 25.86 25.89 53,843 Occupational Therapists 1,710 26.28 24.35 - 58.57 35.00 36.97 76,887 Opticians, Dispensing 570 17.35 15.98 - 31.57 24.63 24.11 50,164 Optometrists 170 35.42 35.23 - 77.22 48.10 50.93 105,923 Orthodontists 60 >80.00 >80.00 - >80.00 >80.00 >80.00 169,592 Orthotists and Prosthetists 30 24.03 22.30 - 55.37 33.12 37.66 78,334 Pediatricians, General 410 46.98 41.93 - >80.00 65.89 71.04 147,771 Pharmacists 2,750 40.17 37.07 - 66.26 52.44 52.82 109,878 Pharmacy Technicians 3,230 10.79 10.23 - 21.53 14.44 15.24 31,686 Physical Therapists 3,270 27.14 26.28 - 57.46 36.30 38.97 81,065 Physician Assistants 1,290 36.20 34.93 - 59.45 45.76 46.24 96,170 Physicians and Surgeons, All Other 2,380 41.67 25.71 - >80.00 >80.00 85.53 177,908 Podiatrists 110 23.88 21.49 - >80.00 53.70 62.94 130,924 Psychiatric Technicians 1,630 17.17 16.17 - 29.51 21.92 22.15 46,057 Psychiatrists 440 60.61 55.30 - >80.00 >80.00 88.84 184,777 Radiation Therapists 110 30.70 28.21 - 51.23 39.10 39.11 81,341

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Radiologic Technologists and Technicians 2,870 22.19 21.20 - 39.16 28.77 29.01 60,325 Recreational Therapists 790 14.62 13.60 - 34.30 19.68 21.58 44,864 Registered Nurses 35,370 26.63 25.03 - 44.81 33.74 34.47 71,699 Respiratory Therapists 1,050 24.65 22.98 - 37.71 29.46 29.55 61,446 Respiratory Therapy Technicians 80 15.80 14.48 - 31.21 22.40 22.48 46,770 Speech-Language Pathologists 1,420 26.36 24.56 - 57.47 36.89 38.13 79,312 Surgeons 730 92.53 73.88 - >80.00 >80.00 105.53 219,500 Surgical Technologists 990 16.27 14.81 - 29.84 21.84 21.80 45,343 Therapists, All Other 80 24.56 21.85 - 51.82 35.71 35.27 73,371 Veterinarians 600 37.21 34.24 - >80.00 51.00 58.29 121,231 Veterinary Technologists and Technicians 1,230 12.63 11.52 - 23.59 16.91 17.08 35,529

Healthcare Support Occupations 54,110 11.76 10.95 - 20.57 14.85 15.47 32,168 Dental Assistants 3,410 15.15 14.00 - 24.86 19.30 19.25 40,044 Healthcare Support Workers, All Other 2,230 12.73 11.71 - 24.06 17.66 17.67 36,759 Home Health Aides 11,730 11.18 10.70 - 18.68 13.50 14.09 29,311

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Massage Therapists 610 13.59 10.36 - 56.16 22.65 28.26 58,785 Medical Assistants 5,800 13.35 12.59 - 21.16 16.03 16.52 34,351 Medical Equipment Preparers 560 13.76 12.99 - 21.67 16.00 16.62 34,565 Medical Transcriptionists 730 13.24 12.43 - 24.14 17.89 17.83 37,085 Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 24,620 11.96 11.06 - 18.96 14.56 14.65 30,484 Occupational Therapist Aides N/A 10.72 9.97 - 22.44 14.73 15.31 31,851 Occupational Therapist Assistants 470 19.95 18.06 - 32.15 26.15 25.50 53,041 Pharmacy Aides 900 9.04 8.64 - 16.32 11.25 11.81 24,567 Physical Therapist Aides 590 10.44 9.87 - 19.90 14.40 14.52 30,188 Physical Therapist Assistants 470 16.03 13.52 - 34.21 25.15 24.38 50,715 Psychiatric Aides N/A 10.83 9.25 - 18.82 14.34 14.24 29,617 Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers 990 9.50 8.75 - 19.74 12.74 13.46 27,995

Protective Service Occupations 37,500 11.29 10.12 - 35.22 20.92 21.56 44,839 Animal Control Workers 310 10.07 9.07 - 25.43 15.51 16.44 34,198 Correctional Officers and Jailers 4,390 20.53 18.87 - 24.99 22.35 22.38 46,553

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Crossing Guards 1,600 9.47 8.26 - 19.64 12.76 13.51 28,097 Detectives and Criminal Investigators 1,030 28.03 26.76 - 47.89 32.62 34.65 72,068 Fire Fighters 2,960 17.30 12.85 - 33.35 26.09 25.09 52,184 Fire Inspectors and Investigators 290 14.60 10.71 - 40.57 28.42 27.02 56,184 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers 950 27.55 26.87 - 44.99 36.27 35.46 73,772 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and Detectives 1,660 32.59 30.07 - 50.57 39.09 39.37 81,903 First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective Service Workers, All Other 590 17.92 16.42 - 40.96 26.64 27.63 57,469 Fish and Game Wardens 130 17.85 15.48 - 30.59 24.04 23.48 48,818 Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming Investigators 210 10.64 10.37 - 29.06 15.18 17.54 36,483 Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service Workers 1,830 8.88 8.28 - 15.08 10.16 11.07 23,016 Parking Enforcement Workers 110 12.09 10.97 - 23.95 16.19 16.72 34,790 Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers 7,310 21.61 20.20 - 35.56 28.52 27.86 57,949 Private Detectives and Investigators 260 13.26 12.51 - 34.11 15.56 20.08 41,758 Protective Service Workers, All Other 620 10.80 9.97 - 35.38 16.08 20.03 41,656 Security Guards 12,630 10.24 9.53 - 20.83 12.72 14.11 29,352

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Food Preparation and Serving-Related Occupations 126,800 8.51 8.09 - 17.01 9.87 11.44 23,802 Bartenders 6,020 8.19 7.96 - 17.59 9.25 10.96 22,782 Chefs and Head Cooks 1,680 15.84 14.41 - 42.76 23.80 25.71 53,480 Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food 18,260 8.71 8.17 - 12.76 9.31 9.93 20,639 Cooks, All Other 270 9.30 8.43 - 23.37 13.18 14.04 29,189 Cooks, Fast Food 6,730 8.55 8.13 - 14.50 9.27 10.22 21,261 Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria 4,340 10.63 9.58 - 20.50 14.57 14.91 31,005 Cooks, Restaurant 8,300 10.02 9.12 - 18.72 12.98 13.45 27,974 Cooks, Short Order 2,050 9.11 8.56 - 15.36 11.63 11.76 24,465 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop 10,870 8.80 8.19 - 12.26 9.32 9.79 20,384 Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers 4,000 8.10 8.07 - 12.82 8.84 9.70 20,190 Dishwashers 5,960 8.69 8.14 - 12.20 9.53 9.86 20,506 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation and Serving Workers 8,090 11.72 10.24 - 26.71 16.78 17.63 36,657 Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other 470 8.81 8.19 - 14.77 10.88 11.09 23,077 Food Preparation Workers 15,120 8.96 8.46 - 15.26 10.73 11.30 23,516 Food Servers, Nonrestaurant 2,760 9.60 8.81 - 17.54 11.93 12.57 26,138

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop 2,930 8.68 8.16 - 14.73 9.64 10.56 21,955 Waiters and Waitresses 28,970 8.01 7.80 - 15.74 8.57 10.32 21,486

Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations 60,500 9.60 8.79 - 22.33 13.03 14.39 29,933 Building Cleaning Workers, All Other 250 8.18 8.13 - 20.24 10.48 12.04 25,036 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers 2,580 14.73 13.05 - 31.95 21.31 21.91 45,573 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and

Groundskeeping Workers 1,680 17.55 15.83 - 40.47 27.11 27.41 57,020 Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other 270 11.02 10.45 - 24.50 12.54 15.22 31,657 Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 32,340 9.36 8.68 - 21.10 12.50 13.75 28,617 Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers 13,380 10.35 9.43 - 21.33 14.05 14.65 30,484 Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 9,120 8.92 8.48 - 15.51 11.11 11.50 23,914 Pest Control Workers 410 10.51 9.16 - 19.60 14.89 14.74 30,668 Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators, Vegetation N/A 13.16 12.02 - 25.12 17.80 18.15 37,748 Tree Trimmers and Pruners 320 14.71 12.12 - 25.30 20.71 19.77 41,125

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Personal Care and Service Occupations 49,390 8.58 8.08 - 21.90 11.00 13.22 27,505 Amusement and Recreation Attendants 1,380 8.69 8.17 - 16.57 9.75 11.18 23,261 Animal Trainers 150 9.10 8.18 - 34.12 14.74 17.36 36,106 Baggage Porters and Bellhops 370 8.17 8.07 - 18.50 9.80 11.41 23,720 Barbers N/A 8.35 7.93 - 17.32 11.42 11.80 24,557 Child Care Workers 8,200 8.91 8.39 - 15.41 10.62 11.41 23,720 Concierges 90 10.55 10.10 - 19.19 13.29 13.80 28,699 Embalmers 90 16.17 14.66 - 39.28 22.43 25.31 52,643 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers 1,710 13.73 12.77 - 28.55 19.47 20.03 41,645 Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors 3,650 10.96 9.54 - 31.04 18.32 19.69 40,941 Funeral Attendants 230 9.68 8.20 - 15.98 13.71 12.96 26,954 Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists 6,200 8.79 8.17 - 27.34 12.45 14.92 31,035 Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants 380 9.34 8.31 - 15.79 10.94 11.51 23,924 Manicurists and Pedicurists 860 8.46 8.07 - 16.24 9.52 11.27 23,455 Motion Picture Projectionists 80 10.82 10.26 - 22.75 12.60 14.11 29,342 Nonfarm Animal Caretakers 1,630 8.88 8.38 - 16.62 10.44 11.52 23,955

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Personal and Home Care Aides 7,080 8.89 8.31 - 14.57 9.66 10.56 21,955 Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other 1,560 8.46 8.05 - 18.58 11.02 12.22 25,414 Recreation Workers 5,220 9.10 8.43 - 24.18 11.94 14.25 29,648 Residential Advisors N/A 10.80 10.29 - 19.16 12.44 13.54 28,158 Shampooers 180 8.31 8.10 - 12.53 9.10 9.73 20,251 Skin Care Specialists 540 12.42 11.19 - 21.52 15.95 16.69 34,708 Tour Guides and Escorts 250 8.57 8.15 - 15.36 9.39 10.50 21,843 Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants and Baggage Porters 120 8.92 8.54 - 12.34 10.57 10.48 21,802 Travel Guides N/A 21.35 19.67 - 33.25 28.62 27.15 56,459 Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers 1,120 8.13 8.07 - 11.25 8.36 9.22 19,190

Sales and Related Occupations 176,790 8.62 8.09 - 40.84 13.00 20.33 42,287 Advertising Sales Agents 1,420 14.64 12.29 - 71.37 24.66 33.78 70,270 Cashiers 43,110 8.31 7.74 - 12.96 9.08 9.84 20,478 Counter and Rental Clerks 3,840 8.48 7.99 - 21.27 9.95 12.27 25,517 Demonstrators and Product Promoters 640 8.65 8.22 - 17.72 11.26 12.32 25,635

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Door-to-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors, and Related

Workers N/A 8.25 7.71 - 37.09 15.80 17.81 37,033 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales Workers 3,530 23.71 21.32 - 56.81 32.65 37.12 77,217 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers 15,560 12.85 11.70 - 31.97 18.13 20.41 42,454 Insurance Sales Agents 4,500 18.44 16.72 - 71.43 25.23 35.02 72,844 Parts Salespersons 2,290 11.15 9.79 - 24.90 16.01 16.89 35,135 Real Estate Brokers 180 25.93 20.11 - 78.28 36.28 49.16 102,245 Real Estate Sales Agents 780 13.59 9.10 - 46.53 26.47 28.19 58,637 Retail Salespersons 56,990 8.44 7.98 - 21.47 10.96 13.10 27,249 Sales and Related Workers, All Other N/A 13.52 12.30 - 42.06 19.00 24.65 51,260 Sales Engineers 1,280 24.86 22.63 - 49.98 34.79 36.41 75,730

Sales Representatives, Services, All Other 5,010 14.15 11.68 - 60.02 25.25 31.63 65,799 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and

Scientific Products 17,110 17.21 15.47 - 60.39 28.51 34.36 71,484 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and

Scientific Products 7,110 21.20 18.79 - 64.36 33.89 38.00 79,047 Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents 6,780 31.38 23.66 - 78.28 68.53 71.62 148,975

Telemarketers 3,830 8.65 7.94 - 21.41 11.67 13.20 27,455 Travel Agents 1,010 9.11 7.56 - 22.56 12.94 14.30 29,754

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Office and Administrative Support Occupations 289,700 11.80 10.41 - 27.73 17.34 18.29 38,042 Bill and Account Collectors 4,140 14.43 13.53 - 25.17 18.44 18.85 39,204 Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators 7,360 13.52 13.00 - 24.90 17.48 18.19 37,838 Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 24,230 13.52 12.68 - 27.90 18.93 19.49 40,550 Brokerage Clerks 830 14.74 13.53 - 31.29 19.68 21.15 43,985 Cargo and Freight Agents 480 11.71 10.55 - 40.89 21.32 23.03 47,889 Communications Equipment Operators, All Other N/A 14.61 12.99 - 21.05 18.38 17.80 37,023 Computer Operators 1,540 14.62 13.31 - 30.00 20.66 20.94 43,547 Correspondence Clerks 180 12.53 11.40 - 23.37 16.07 16.73 34,801 Couriers and Messengers 620 10.45 9.07 - 20.04 14.24 14.55 30,254 Court, Municipal, and License Clerks 1,700 14.34 12.74 - 31.45 21.69 21.76 45,270 Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks 500 15.00 13.83 - 28.37 18.81 19.87 41,325 Customer Service Representatives 29,300 11.94 10.57 - 27.01 17.47 18.22 37,889 Data Entry Keyers 3,340 11.23 10.45 - 20.95 14.46 15.03 31,253 Desktop Publishers 270 14.31 13.28 - 30.60 20.43 21.01 43,690 Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance 2,540 13.06 11.89 - 29.62 18.98 19.83 41,233

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs 880 19.16 17.52 - 31.19 27.07 25.45 52,935 Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 23,050 15.91 14.49 - 31.94 22.37 22.79 47,400 File Clerks 2,130 9.27 8.42 - 19.58 12.72 13.32 27,706 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Administrative Support

Workers 22,760 17.42 16.09 - 36.88 24.12 25.22 52,456 Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks 1,820 8.91 8.39 - 14.52 10.74 10.99 22,854 Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping 1,660 15.42 14.07 - 29.41 20.36 20.89 43,445 Information and Record Clerks, All Other 1,520 12.80 11.77 - 26.76 17.91 18.81 39,123 Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks 7,030 15.14 13.98 - 26.99 19.11 19.86 41,304 Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan 3,230 12.97 12.05 - 23.39 16.37 16.95 35,259 Legal Secretaries 2,460 16.65 15.24 - 31.30 22.95 22.95 47,726 Library Assistants, Clerical 1,650 8.84 8.21 - 18.99 11.75 12.70 26,411 Loan Interviewers and Clerks 1,510 13.25 12.59 - 24.12 17.80 17.88 37,196 Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service 1,960 8.85 8.39 - 20.02 12.88 13.45 27,971 Medical Secretaries 3,810 13.85 13.28 - 23.45 17.32 17.60 36,605 Meter Readers, Utilities 160 17.05 16.58 - 30.85 23.69 23.29 48,450 New Accounts Clerks 440 13.32 12.66 - 23.60 17.28 17.45 36,309

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other 2,540 8.60 8.07 - 23.15 10.97 13.80 28,715 Office Clerks, General 30,590 10.39 9.30 - 22.14 14.69 15.19 31,600 Office Machine Operators, Except Computer 1,110 8.94 8.45 - 20.53 10.64 12.75 26,513 Order Clerks 3,280 11.21 10.24 - 21.43 14.99 15.55 32,324 Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks 2,460 15.00 13.52 - 25.89 20.07 19.95 41,488 Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers 1,280 15.50 14.20 - 26.26 19.98 20.16 41,946 Postal Service Clerks 1,280 23.34 21.50 - 26.01 25.01 24.68 51,335 Postal Service Mail Carriers 5,000 20.18 18.33 - 25.20 25.12 23.52 48,919 Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators 2,310 20.01 17.45 - 25.01 25.01 23.30 48,470 Procurement Clerks 800 14.66 13.42 - 25.36 19.40 19.46 40,468 Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks 4,880 15.68 14.30 - 32.65 22.57 23.16 48,185 Proofreaders and Copy Markers 300 10.05 8.99 - 23.46 15.31 15.69 32,630 Receptionists and Information Clerks 15,630 10.78 9.87 - 20.00 14.42 14.70 30,570 Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks 1,110 12.21 10.88 - 24.83 17.51 17.77 36,952 Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive 26,480 12.40 11.20 - 24.78 17.04 17.50 36,401 Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks 8,930 10.52 9.59 - 21.41 14.69 15.17 31,539

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Statistical Assistants N/A 13.87 13.37 - 29.50 19.98 20.37 42,364 Stock Clerks and Order Fillers 17,950 8.97 8.51 - 19.15 11.38 12.64 26,289 Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service 2,000 10.09 9.18 - 18.75 13.77 13.79 28,685 Telephone Operators 110 12.25 11.40 - 24.54 15.97 17.24 35,861 Tellers 5,920 11.03 10.58 - 17.56 13.42 13.67 28,430 Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping 400 11.39 10.75 - 20.99 14.63 15.24 31,692 Word Processors and Typists 1,680 13.61 12.92 - 23.78 16.74 17.36 36,116

Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations 990 9.76 8.74 - 26.33 13.83 15.84 32,965 Agricultural Inspectors N/A 24.07 20.89 - 39.18 33.78 31.53 65,585 Fallers N/A 12.30 11.35 - 28.16 16.02 17.61 36,617 Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse 480 9.20 8.42 - 19.65 12.48 13.25 27,572 Farmworkers, Farm and Ranch Animals 140 8.68 8.06 - 14.29 10.61 10.86 22,594 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers 150 13.73 12.23 - 31.94 21.75 21.40 44,499 Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products 10 10.30 9.41 - 15.52 12.26 12.26 25,498

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Construction and Extraction Occupations 56,830 15.45 13.90 - 35.96 23.39 24.15 50,236 Boilermakers 170 16.80 14.36 - 38.57 29.80 27.40 56,985 Brickmasons and Blockmasons 790 19.17 17.17 - 33.66 25.55 25.34 52,705 Carpenters 8,030 16.22 14.92 - 32.45 23.51 23.78 49,457 Carpet Installers N/A 11.59 10.96 - 25.91 13.57 16.39 34,088 Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers 750 15.98 14.34 - 37.70 21.71 25.24 52,503 Construction and Building Inspectors 770 22.48 19.66 - 39.99 31.09 30.28 62,985 Construction and Related Workers, All Other 410 12.08 11.16 - 30.81 15.08 18.38 38,236 Construction Laborers 7,960 13.33 12.47 - 27.14 18.74 19.39 40,321 Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers 480 15.88 14.04 - 30.65 23.19 22.67 47,160 Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas 240 18.24 17.47 - 26.72 21.69 21.88 45,501 Electricians 6,880 17.93 15.78 - 37.43 25.62 26.00 54,081 Elevator Installers and Repairers N/A 23.49 19.85 - 44.98 35.35 33.60 69,886 Explosives Workers, Ordnance Handling Experts, and Blasters 70 25.72 23.39 - 36.53 29.36 29.28 60,901 Fence Erectors 530 13.25 12.16 - 24.88 16.33 17.81 37,042 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction Trades and Extraction

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tiles 170 14.42 13.18 - 33.28 19.78 22.30 46,371 Floor Sanders and Finishers 260 15.73 14.10 - 21.59 18.34 18.33 38,125 Glaziers 620 15.38 14.12 - 34.85 22.07 23.11 48,061 Hazardous Materials Removal Workers 430 13.87 13.27 - 26.71 18.31 19.40 40,351 Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other 230 11.27 10.75 - 19.66 13.71 14.64 30,455 Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble

Setters 400 13.17 12.11 - 23.49 16.86 17.26 35,899

Helpers--Carpenters 620 9.57 8.05 - 18.96 12.14 12.98 26,995 Helpers--Electricians 910 12.03 11.03 - 26.21 15.76 16.85 35,039 Helpers--Extraction Workers 70 11.45 10.82 - 16.04 12.81 13.12 27,288 Helpers--Painters, Paperhangers, Plasterers, and Stucco Masons 20 10.98 10.46 - 22.44 13.98 14.69 30,567 Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 360 11.91 10.94 - 24.29 16.35 16.91 35,170

Helpers--Roofers 130 9.08 8.45 - 17.93 12.69 12.65 26,307 Highway Maintenance Workers 2,730 19.54 18.08 - 29.24 23.24 23.15 48,152

Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall N/A 11.31 10.01 - 19.83 16.28 16.15 33,582 Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators 3,530 19.76 18.05 - 36.90 25.92 26.52 55,164 Painters, Construction and Maintenance 2,230 13.47 12.80 - 25.35 18.39 18.56 38,600

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Paperhangers 30 13.37 12.11 - 29.40 20.02 20.20 42,000 Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators 410 15.42 13.71 - 30.60 22.12 21.97 45,683 Pipelayers 210 20.48 18.98 - 37.25 27.56 27.39 56,985 Plasterers and Stucco Masons 10 20.52 19.13 - 38.65 24.65 27.09 56,337 Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 5,380 19.00 16.38 - 38.69 27.83 27.68 57,572 Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers N/A 24.74 15.09 - 39.52 35.37 32.03 66,628 Roofers 920 12.84 10.49 - 32.12 21.05 21.89 45,521 Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners 310 15.71 13.99 - 29.99 22.47 22.06 45,875 Sheet Metal Workers 1,950 15.50 14.12 - 31.26 23.92 22.99 47,818 Stonemasons 470 16.98 15.46 - 32.35 22.99 23.45 48,789 Structural Iron and Steel Workers 380 17.90 16.69 - 33.83 26.49 25.52 53,069 Tapers 270 18.63 16.03 - 32.58 27.12 25.78 53,626 Terrazzo Workers and Finishers N/A 15.97 14.53 - 26.03 19.71 20.09 41,798 Tile and Marble Setters N/A 13.89 12.70 - 32.24 22.14 22.26 46,300

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WAGES ($)

Estimated Entry Mid- Average Occupations Employment Level Wage Range Wage Hourly Annual

Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations 56,460 14.45 12.87 - 33.31 22.22 22.78 47,377 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians N/A 21.18 20.53 - 32.44 27.17 26.88 55,910 Automotive Body and Related Repairers 2,050 15.02 13.48 - 30.30 20.27 20.99 43,656 Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers N/A 15.42 14.04 - 24.89 19.01 19.19 39,914 Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 8,160 13.17 11.92 - 31.83 19.73 20.97 43,615 Avionics Technicians 500 24.95 22.89 - 36.30 28.62 28.80 59,907 Bicycle Repairers N/A 9.59 8.33 - 19.21 16.47 14.79 30,769 Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 2,730 16.19 14.83 - 32.01 22.96 23.15 48,152 Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and Repairers 570 12.69 11.70 - 24.49 15.91 16.89 35,133 Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers 1,390 15.75 14.11 - 32.59 23.13 23.20 48,264 Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Mechanical Door 740 20.23 17.47 - 32.66 28.41 26.63 55,390 Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers 340 16.44 15.06 - 32.87 23.82 23.92 49,742 Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment 160 20.50 18.75 - 32.05 26.51 25.83 53,749 Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment 850 17.26 15.32 - 34.95 24.96 24.87 51,710 Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay 130 27.49 26.25 - 40.36 34.71 33.34 69,337 Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers 900 22.01 18.45 - 40.52 33.45 31.21 64,923

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