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Occupational Wages

Employment and wage data by occupation are based on the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) survey, which collects information from approximately 52,000 businesses. Data were collected in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 and then updated to the first quarter of 2016 by making cost-of-living adjustments. These estimated wages reflect a minimum wage of $9.00 per hour, which was the minimum wage in effect at the time the estimates were prepared. Occupational employment and wages are presented for New York State and labor market regions.

The entire set of currently available OES employment and wage data is available by downloading the file, oesdata.zip. This compressed archive, which consists of a comma-separated-value (CSV) data file (oesdata.csv) and a layout file (readme.txt) can be uncompressed with either the winzip or pkunzip utility programs. After extracting the files from the archive, they may be imported into a spreadsheet application. The text and data should parse automatically into columns. For more information concerning Occupational Employment and Wage (OES) data, see Technical Notes.

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Occupational Group TypeOccupational Group
Blue Collar Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations
Construction and Extraction Occupations
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations
Production Occupations
Transportation and Material Moving Occupations
Business Architecture and Engineering Occupations
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations
Business and Financial Operations Occupations
Computer and Mathematical Occupations
Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations
Management Occupations
Office and Administrative Support Occupations
Sales and Related Occupations
Professional and Service Community and Social Services Occupations
Education, Training, and Library Occupations
Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations
Healthcare Support Occupations
Legal Occupations
Personal Care and Service Occupations
Protective Service Occupations

Occupational Wages for New York State

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Source: Occupational Employment Statistics Survey

Entry wage1: The mean (average) of the bottom third of wages in an occupation.
Experienced wage2: The mean (average) of the top two-thirds of wages in an occupation.
*Employees in these occupations do not typically work a 40 hour work week. Wages for these occupations are reported as hourly rates only.

 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
00-0000Total, All Occupations8,984,890$58,050$42,340$22,900$75,620
11-0000Management Occupations462,840$147,170$125,380$70,920$185,290
11-1011Chief Executives17,060$216,890n/a$115,890>$187,200
11-1021General and Operations Managers157,100$147,920$123,440$62,660>$187,200
11-1031Legislators6,770$87,980$89,470$74,700$94,620
11-2011Advertising and Promotions Managers4,000$185,070$177,010$95,920>$187,200
11-2021Marketing Managers14,860$191,310$178,890$110,470>$187,200
11-2022Sales Managers19,330$187,900$176,690$91,820>$187,200
11-2031Public Relations and Fundraising Managers6,050$161,790$144,030$86,410>$187,200
11-3011Administrative Services Managers19,780$124,820$113,570$71,280$151,600
11-3021Computer and Information Systems Managers26,010$170,450$155,860$102,420>$187,200
11-3031Financial Managers40,040$185,050$169,500$95,410>$187,200
11-3051Industrial Production Managers4,870$123,210$111,150$73,760$147,930
11-3061Purchasing Managers4,250$132,050$122,050$76,860$159,640
11-3071Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers3,410$116,670$103,920$70,330$139,840
11-3111Compensation and Benefits Managers1,510$153,580$139,020$93,650$183,550
11-3121Human Resources Managers9,960$140,890$122,390$79,190$171,740
11-3131Training and Development Managers2,690$138,790$122,830$80,830$167,770
11-9013Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managersn/a$70,040$73,100$39,690$85,220
11-9021Construction Managers13,900$117,000$107,220$66,050$142,470
11-9031Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/Program4,490$66,040$57,960$36,480$80,810
11-9032Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School17,760$116,750$114,450$76,600$136,830
11-9033Education Administrators, Postsecondary10,300$117,650$101,950$64,650$144,140
11-9039Education Administrators, All Other1,090$103,370$91,790$57,320$126,390
11-9041Architectural and Engineering Managers7,150$155,290$144,670$101,850$182,000
11-9051Food Service Managers6,220$69,280$61,630$41,030$83,400
11-9061Funeral Service Managers400$150,860$115,770$68,410>$187,200
11-9071Gaming Managersn/a$71,020$66,300$53,230$79,910
11-9081Lodging Managers570$74,570$63,160$44,370$89,670
11-9111Medical and Health Services Managers26,810$131,470$116,290$78,990$157,710
11-9121Natural Sciences Managers2,070$146,080$125,250$82,970$177,640
11-9131Postmasters and Mail Superintendents910$74,170$74,210$60,490$81,010
11-9141Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers6,670$110,450$91,290$62,310$134,520
11-9151Social and Community Service Managers11,520$89,270$86,880$59,510$104,150
11-9161Emergency Management Directors610$92,630$86,010$60,000$108,950
11-9199Managers, All Other14,480$125,140$110,560$68,850$153,290
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
13-0000Business and Financial Operations Occupations499,580$91,850$77,720$47,940$113,800
13-1011Agents and Business Managers of Artists, Performers, and Athletes2,630$105,330$68,870$45,080$135,450
13-1021Buyers and Purchasing Agents, Farm Productsn/a$67,040$51,280$39,580$80,770
13-1022Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products9,000$69,470$60,560$36,780$85,820
13-1023Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products15,540$70,440$65,980$46,370$82,470
13-1031Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators20,540$69,220$66,010$45,010$81,320
13-1032Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage750$66,690$63,380$50,480$74,800
13-1041Compliance Officers19,820$80,110$73,280$49,230$95,550
13-1051Cost Estimators9,550$76,940$69,800$41,680$94,570
13-1071Human Resources Specialists30,180$74,070$67,960$46,080$88,060
13-1075Labor Relations Specialists8,110$77,920$68,190$47,490$93,140
13-1081Logisticians2,750$75,660$72,160$50,520$88,230
13-1111Management Analysts40,520$109,260$93,440$57,080$135,350
13-1121Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners9,300$61,440$56,040$33,880$75,220
13-1131Fundraisers6,930$61,700$58,280$36,780$74,170
13-1141Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists9,380$72,330$69,870$48,760$84,110
13-1151Training and Development Specialists17,020$67,510$62,740$37,450$82,540
13-1161Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists51,100$79,090$73,160$45,520$95,870
13-1199Business Operations Specialists, All Other21,990$89,590$77,250$50,170$109,300
13-2011Accountants and Auditors101,920$93,770$81,470$53,360$113,980
13-2021Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate3,420$61,960$51,580$35,770$75,060
13-2031Budget Analysts3,260$76,060$73,280$53,400$87,390
13-2041Credit Analysts7,390$122,080$102,280$60,570$152,830
13-2051Financial Analysts42,350$125,020$102,400$65,650$154,710
13-2052Personal Financial Advisors26,680$151,920$129,530$66,670>$187,200
13-2053Insurance Underwriters7,170$94,540$81,380$53,050$115,280
13-2061Financial Examiners4,070$117,250$103,220$62,300$144,720
13-2071Credit Counselors1,750$56,320$50,990$38,580$65,190
13-2072Loan Officers12,390$96,950$75,810$40,730$125,060
13-2081Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents5,510$66,820$60,950$44,650$77,910
13-2082Tax Preparers3,630$59,970$53,080$25,530$77,190
13-2099Financial Specialists, All Other4,700$91,790$78,030$46,280$114,540
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
15-0000Computer and Mathematical Occupations239,300$92,900$85,480$51,180$113,760
15-1121Computer Systems Analysts36,720$98,400$91,040$59,600$117,810
15-1122Information Security Analysts4,820$112,790$109,240$68,320$135,020
15-1131Computer Programmers19,680$89,290$82,780$53,170$107,350
15-1132Software Developers, Applications46,470$112,130$106,650$69,040$133,680
15-1133Software Developers, Systems Software18,390$111,980$107,740$71,030$132,460
15-1134Web Developers10,330$79,450$72,810$45,550$96,400
15-1141Database Administrators6,720$88,890$85,210$51,100$107,780
15-1142Network and Computer Systems Administrators24,570$90,340$85,070$56,490$107,270
15-1143Computer Network Architects7,700$115,910$110,560$71,640$138,040
15-1151Computer User Support Specialists39,910$56,420$52,870$35,430$66,910
15-1152Computer Network Support Specialists10,170$78,740$72,800$44,430$95,900
15-1199Computer Occupations, All Other3,840$93,770$89,900$58,830$111,250
15-2011Actuaries2,290$131,770$112,160$70,680$162,310
15-2021Mathematiciansn/a$88,740$84,050$71,880$97,160
15-2031Operations Research Analysts5,620$103,010$85,850$52,500$128,270
15-2041Statisticians1,130$80,970$78,630$55,830$93,540
15-2091Mathematical Techniciansn/a$66,940$51,190$33,840$83,490
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
17-0000Architecture and Engineering Occupations111,300$81,910$77,090$49,790$97,970
17-1011Architects, Except Landscape and Naval12,030$86,280$77,800$56,420$101,210
17-1012Landscape Architects1,260$72,530$69,220$48,690$84,450
17-1021Cartographers and Photogrammetristsn/a$77,260$72,190$56,350$87,720
17-1022Surveyors1,610$73,030$70,260$48,180$85,460
17-2011Aerospace Engineers590$114,710$113,970$79,310$132,420
17-2031Biomedical Engineers750$91,070$84,080$59,220$106,990
17-2041Chemical Engineers1,280$95,600$92,310$61,770$112,510
17-2051Civil Engineers14,800$92,420$86,630$63,540$106,860
17-2061Computer Hardware Engineers1,560$108,490$106,850$72,890$126,290
17-2071Electrical Engineers11,010$99,860$96,480$69,530$115,020
17-2072Electronics Engineers, Except Computer4,190$100,860$99,680$63,770$119,410
17-2081Environmental Engineers3,060$91,530$89,160$63,090$105,750
17-2111Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors1,750$90,420$89,690$62,180$104,530
17-2112Industrial Engineers9,300$86,700$83,660$60,520$99,800
17-2121Marine Engineers and Naval Architectsn/a$92,990$95,560$76,760$101,110
17-2131Materials Engineers1,610$89,200$87,410$62,520$102,540
17-2141Mechanical Engineers10,860$87,090$82,930$60,290$100,480
17-2151Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety Engineersn/a$92,700$93,160$64,910$106,590
17-2161Nuclear Engineers540$112,890$114,490$82,450$128,110
17-2199Engineers, All Other2,610$96,940$95,810$60,310$115,260
17-3011Architectural and Civil Drafters6,420$55,830$55,000$38,770$64,360
17-3012Electrical and Electronics Drafters1,710$71,650$70,410$46,880$84,030
17-3013Mechanical Drafters3,780$56,500$53,230$37,930$65,790
17-3019Drafters, All Other850$59,820$56,870$37,340$71,050
17-3021Aerospace Engineering and Operations Techniciansn/a$71,160$74,880$45,030$84,220
17-3022Civil Engineering Technicians2,070$54,790$55,220$34,100$65,130
17-3023Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians5,710$64,140$64,710$42,290$75,060
17-3024Electro-Mechanical Technicians520$62,760$60,960$39,500$74,390
17-3025Environmental Engineering Technicians1,250$49,160$46,200$30,390$58,540
17-3026Industrial Engineering Technicians3,300$55,890$54,920$38,180$64,740
17-3027Mechanical Engineering Technicians1,870$57,830$53,460$39,350$67,080
17-3029Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other2,040$59,790$58,400$43,930$67,720
17-3031Surveying and Mapping Technicians1,810$45,300$43,060$31,450$52,230
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
19-0000Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations66,230$74,280$65,120$38,530$92,160
19-1011Animal Scientistsn/a$64,520$62,200$49,180$72,190
19-1012Food Scientists and Technologists500$63,770$57,190$37,950$76,670
19-1013Soil and Plant Scientistsn/a$73,340$62,650$43,330$88,340
19-1021Biochemists and Biophysicists1,980$82,580$67,720$45,590$101,080
19-1022Microbiologists1,500$79,380$72,580$47,700$95,220
19-1023Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists420$67,660$68,240$46,160$78,420
19-1029Biological Scientists, All Other710$75,400$78,160$48,290$88,960
19-1031Conservation Scientists390$71,220$68,910$48,940$82,360
19-1032Forestersn/a$63,710$62,100$53,000$69,060
19-1041Epidemiologistsn/a$83,460$75,370$55,370$97,500
19-1042Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists9,160$94,850$77,020$49,120$117,720
19-1099Life Scientists, All Othern/a$77,630$72,960$54,790$89,050
19-2012Physicists1,110$124,750$116,790$65,740$154,250
19-2021Atmospheric and Space Scientists480$86,880$88,310$51,840$104,400
19-2031Chemists4,320$80,120$73,630$49,370$95,490
19-2032Materials Scientists390$100,180$92,470$49,780$125,390
19-2041Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health3,440$76,880$72,750$47,650$91,490
19-2042Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers900$79,450$80,490$50,670$93,840
19-2043Hydrologistsn/a$88,290$79,120$55,210$104,840
19-2099Physical Scientists, All Other1,010$97,400$97,000$65,740$113,230
19-3011Economists620$124,060$108,130$69,380$151,400
19-3022Survey Researchers540$66,340$66,570$40,930$79,050
19-3031Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists10,540$88,070$84,060$54,280$104,970
19-3039Psychologists, All Other640$112,200$101,610$51,100$142,760
19-3041Sociologists660$74,090$69,590$44,180$89,050
19-3051Urban and Regional Planners1,330$74,870$70,840$47,820$88,400
19-3091Anthropologists and Archeologistsn/a$83,780$80,190$52,430$99,450
19-3093Historians490$34,870$29,670$27,430$38,580
19-3094Political Scientistsn/a$114,790$101,770$58,590$142,900
19-3099Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other2,300$83,410$79,850$55,970$97,130
19-4011Agricultural and Food Science Technicians740$51,840$48,780$34,790$60,360
19-4021Biological Technicians2,650$42,640$39,900$30,140$48,890
19-4031Chemical Technicians2,950$49,510$46,510$31,940$58,290
19-4041Geological and Petroleum Techniciansn/a$52,340$46,030$37,850$59,580
19-4051Nuclear Technicians280$90,650$93,830$61,720$105,120
19-4061Social Science Research Assistants6,160$45,110$41,940$20,530$57,400
19-4091Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health2,450$49,270$46,790$32,740$57,530
19-4092Forensic Science Technicians710$66,510$67,100$48,290$75,620
19-4093Forest and Conservation Techniciansn/a$49,350$47,670$38,160$54,950
19-4099Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other5,130$50,720$48,880$29,590$61,290
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
21-0000Community and Social Services Occupations168,080$51,580$47,360$30,440$62,160
21-1011Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors7,920$49,650$48,250$32,630$58,160
21-1012Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors21,190$65,680$60,280$38,300$79,370
21-1013Marriage and Family Therapists540$45,290$41,050$34,600$50,640
21-1014Mental Health Counselors5,890$43,240$40,360$29,740$49,990
21-1015Rehabilitation Counselors8,350$36,000$33,810$25,210$41,400
21-1019Counselors, All Other940$55,580$52,450$33,650$66,540
21-1021Child, Family, and School Social Workers22,030$56,830$52,170$37,580$66,450
21-1022Healthcare Social Workers12,110$59,010$57,350$39,890$68,570
21-1023Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers10,730$56,340$51,750$38,580$65,220
21-1029Social Workers, All Other9,030$62,480$61,580$46,230$70,610
21-1091Health Educators4,520$55,090$51,480$34,180$65,540
21-1092Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists4,350$67,800$68,290$51,110$76,150
21-1093Social and Human Service Assistants31,620$36,040$34,390$24,530$41,800
21-1094Community Health Workers3,070$44,690$39,300$27,960$53,060
21-1099Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other13,110$53,280$49,340$39,150$60,340
21-2011Clergy8,730$50,240$42,730$24,820$62,950
21-2021Directors, Religious Activities and Education3,310$42,330$36,620$20,990$53,000
21-2099Religious Workers, All Other640$31,080$22,800$19,270$36,990
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
23-0000Legal Occupations106,510$129,520$103,170$53,340$167,610
23-1011Lawyers72,100$157,300$136,560$73,020>$187,200
23-1012Judicial Law Clerks680$120,130$131,370$82,540$138,930
23-1021Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers1,420$97,490$93,270$77,260$107,610
23-1022Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators430$84,150$85,810$50,160$101,150
23-1023Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates3,230$154,920$154,490$132,650$166,060
23-2011Paralegals and Legal Assistants21,400$58,760$52,850$38,620$68,830
23-2091Court Reporters1,260$90,860$98,420$56,640$107,970
23-2093Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers3,360$50,970$53,110$33,870$59,520
23-2099Legal Support Workers, All Other2,620$58,310$54,660$35,840$69,550
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
25-0000Education, Training, and Library Occupations684,170$64,530$55,190$27,370$83,110
25-1011Business Teachers, Postsecondary8,420$99,500$76,190$41,970$128,270
25-1021Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary3,360$100,130$87,110$45,410$127,490
25-1022Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary5,050$92,500$77,610$45,170$116,160
25-1031Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary1,130$105,370$80,340$41,780$137,170
25-1032Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary3,250$111,880$101,980$60,620$137,510
25-1041Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary400$106,010$101,110$55,390$131,320
25-1042Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary4,510$101,470$88,300$52,550$125,930
25-1043Forestry and Conservation Science Teachers, Postsecondaryn/a$68,550$58,830$38,780$83,440
25-1051Atmospheric, Earth, Marine, and Space Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary760$101,520$86,550$50,060$127,250
25-1052Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary2,460$99,490$89,940$54,440$122,010
25-1053Environmental Science Teachers, Postsecondary710$92,590$77,510$53,320$112,220
25-1054Physics Teachers, Postsecondary1,570$113,000$99,170$57,180$140,910
25-1061Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary880$96,210$86,900$50,580$119,020
25-1062Area, Ethnic, and Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsecondary1,220$96,030$80,960$50,340$118,870
25-1063Economics Teachers, Postsecondary1,580$118,630$106,170$55,550$150,180
25-1064Geography Teachers, Postsecondary280$85,220$79,090$48,520$103,580
25-1065Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary1,570$94,020$82,100$41,520$120,270
25-1066Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary3,620$94,770$80,530$47,280$118,520
25-1067Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary1,730$89,280$78,650$45,490$111,170
25-1069Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, All Other2,440$93,590$76,970$45,960$117,400
25-1071Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary21,520$121,890$102,140$55,970$154,850
25-1072Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary4,490$89,580$82,370$46,370$111,180
25-1081Education Teachers, Postsecondary6,180$80,390$64,630$41,220$99,980
25-1082Library Science Teachers, Postsecondary520$80,160$73,470$48,850$95,810
25-1111Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary1,530$68,680$61,930$37,850$84,090
25-1112Law Teachers, Postsecondary2,650$135,130$88,250$46,910$179,240
25-1113Social Work Teachers, Postsecondary1,640$73,440$59,440$34,650$92,830
25-1121Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary11,020$111,290$82,490$45,680$144,100
25-1122Communications Teachers, Postsecondary2,710$79,870$66,390$39,450$100,080
25-1123English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary8,300$92,380$76,640$46,080$115,540
25-1124Foreign Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary3,280$85,440$68,750$42,940$106,690
25-1125History Teachers, Postsecondary2,180$91,670$78,680$45,650$114,670
25-1126Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary3,570$84,850$69,150$44,010$105,260
25-1191Graduate Teaching Assistants7,130$41,520$42,470$25,030$49,760
25-1193Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary1,390$74,520$61,890$39,200$92,180
25-1194Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary5,520$66,190$63,080$40,310$79,130
25-1199Postsecondary Teachers, All Other7,640$95,150$83,190$45,230$120,110
25-2011Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education35,400$38,560$31,560$21,600$47,040
25-2012Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education9,640$69,180$60,990$42,330$82,610
25-2021Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education82,270$73,990$69,530$47,220$87,370
25-2022Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education40,990$78,240$75,130$49,470$92,630
25-2023Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle School2,320$71,630$63,650$45,270$84,820
25-2031Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education64,200$80,880$77,740$52,080$95,270
25-2032Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School4,200$71,980$67,870$48,750$83,600
25-2051Special Education Teachers, Preschool5,560$64,910$58,210$37,170$78,780
25-2052Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School20,320$72,070$67,670$46,870$84,670
25-2053Special Education Teachers, Middle School9,990$79,420$75,640$53,440$92,410
25-2054Special Education Teachers, Secondary School15,900$80,170$76,930$52,390$94,060
25-2059Special Education Teachers, All Other550$71,700$63,060$41,560$86,770
25-3011Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Instructors4,710$65,900$61,780$37,580$80,050
25-3021Self-Enrichment Education Teachers32,970$54,410$46,150$25,970$68,630
25-3097Teachers and Instructors, All Other, Except Substitute Teachers15,250$59,240$39,250$21,490$78,110
25-3098Substitute teachers45,380$35,220$30,990$24,430$40,620
25-4011Archivists670$55,980$54,310$36,560$65,690
25-4012Curators1,480$73,530$64,430$41,010$89,790
25-4013Museum Technicians and Conservators900$60,180$56,640$36,160$72,190
25-4021Librarians11,390$68,400$64,410$46,100$79,550
25-4031Library Technicians7,640$32,500$28,440$19,690$38,910
25-9011Audio-Visual and Multimedia Collections Specialists810$50,550$50,750$30,160$60,740
25-9021Farm and Home Management Advisorsn/a$41,330$37,480$28,810$47,580
25-9031Instructional Coordinators10,010$69,080$63,330$45,020$81,100
25-9041Teacher Assistants123,900$28,110$26,080$20,210$32,070
25-9099Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other1,270$46,280$42,270$28,090$55,380
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
27-0000Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations202,670$77,370$62,060$33,110$99,490
27-1011Art Directors7,710$130,620$117,560$72,460$159,700
27-1012Craft Artists440$43,000$33,670$23,330$52,830
27-1013Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators1,310$74,530$61,310$38,310$92,640
27-1014Multimedia Artists and Animators2,170$70,620$65,030$45,580$83,140
27-1019Artists and Related Workers, All Other350$64,080$58,850$29,410$81,410
27-1021Commercial and Industrial Designers3,050$74,230$70,080$45,700$88,500
27-1022Fashion Designers7,440$80,760$69,510$43,950$99,170
27-1023Floral Designers2,980$30,570$28,560$20,620$35,550
27-1024Graphic Designers20,510$63,490$58,570$36,410$77,030
27-1025Interior Designers3,410$67,260$64,690$36,900$82,450
27-1026Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers5,750$35,690$30,720$20,920$43,080
27-1027Set and Exhibit Designers2,050$66,060$62,750$35,600$81,290
27-1029Designers, All Other460$65,850$58,860$35,540$81,010
27-2012Producers and Directors21,440$110,870$93,190$45,010$143,800
27-2021Athletes and Sports Competitors320$71,060$59,900$35,680$88,750
27-2022Coaches and Scouts10,720$46,710$37,370$23,790$58,170
27-2032Choreographersn/a$85,150$76,460$33,270$111,090
27-2041Music Directors and Composers3,470$78,150$54,560$27,840$103,310
27-3011Radio and Television Announcers2,170$70,680$50,410$30,410$90,810
27-3012Public Address System and Other Announcers570$48,910$32,430$24,770$60,990
27-3021Broadcast News Analysts800$93,910$65,970$34,310$123,710
27-3022Reporters and Correspondents3,710$63,890$48,470$28,500$81,580
27-3031Public Relations Specialists26,210$72,210$62,040$37,690$89,470
27-3041Editors19,520$81,500$69,350$42,410$101,050
27-3042Technical Writers2,050$81,780$80,180$49,160$98,090
27-3043Writers and Authors6,710$84,750$74,350$44,420$104,920
27-3091Interpreters and Translators2,790$51,720$49,440$26,140$64,510
27-3099Media and Communication Workers, All Other760$59,870$50,360$33,590$73,010
27-4011Audio and Video Equipment Technicians6,500$57,890$52,370$32,060$70,810
27-4012Broadcast Technicians3,420$53,560$52,080$28,920$65,880
27-4013Radio Operatorsn/a$63,410$63,610$50,150$70,050
27-4014Sound Engineering Technicians2,190$78,070$65,750$34,280$99,970
27-4021Photographers4,060$60,600$54,660$25,590$78,110
27-4031Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture1,650$88,550$64,960$41,000$112,320
27-4032Film and Video Editors5,040$79,150$71,140$36,210$100,620
27-4099Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other740$66,870$57,680$34,110$83,250
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
29-0000Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations510,770$87,910$73,960$44,570$109,590
29-1011Chiropractors1,680$93,210$76,920$57,910$110,860
29-1021Dentists, General8,190$176,500$150,970$112,540>$187,200
29-1022Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons620$215,720n/a$103,950>$187,200
29-1023Orthodontistsn/a$242,920n/an/an/a
29-1029Dentists, All Other Specialists340$192,910$173,030$99,260>$187,200
29-1031Dietitians and Nutritionists4,700$63,880$62,450$47,040$72,290
29-1041Optometrists2,630$134,680$119,600$78,430$162,800
29-1051Pharmacists18,770$119,290$119,650$89,800$134,040
29-1061Anesthesiologists1,740$260,760n/an/an/a
29-1062Family and General Practitioners2,220$184,510$171,430$104,840>$187,200
29-1063Internists, General2,100$189,890>$187,200$73,600>$187,200
29-1064Obstetricians and Gynecologists1,330$192,750$174,040$100,220>$187,200
29-1065Pediatricians, General1,950$159,940$151,840$87,830>$187,200
29-1066Psychiatrists3,110$175,550$165,550$98,580>$187,200
29-1067Surgeons1,610$230,090n/an/an/a
29-1069Physicians and Surgeons, All Other43,540$180,150$172,800$68,540>$187,200
29-1071Physician Assistants11,760$103,500$102,500$81,710$114,390
29-1081Podiatrists900$145,100$124,930$81,130$177,090
29-1122Occupational Therapists8,680$82,240$79,910$60,110$93,300
29-1123Physical Therapists15,970$86,370$82,880$61,990$98,550
29-1124Radiation Therapists1,480$90,760$88,740$60,240$106,020
29-1125Recreational Therapists1,720$53,530$53,360$38,660$60,960
29-1126Respiratory Therapists5,830$70,600$71,630$56,580$77,610
29-1127Speech-Language Pathologists10,170$88,920$81,090$51,840$107,450
29-1128Exercise Physiologistn/a$61,650$60,630$39,210$72,870
29-1129Therapists, All Other640$61,510$58,260$46,250$69,150
29-1131Veterinarians3,120$125,440$117,550$74,860$150,730
29-1141Registered Nurses171,880$80,090$79,110$57,400$91,440
29-1151Nurse Anesthetists1,700$162,960$162,020$136,540$176,170
29-1161Nurse Midwives420$98,650$98,330$79,390$108,280
29-1171Nurse Practitioners11,260$108,380$108,710$83,730$120,710
29-1181Audiologists790$82,990$83,020$63,770$92,590
29-1199Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other2,270$78,450$68,630$48,260$93,540
29-2011Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists9,640$67,580$67,310$53,040$74,840
29-2012Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians7,440$47,680$46,620$32,330$55,350
29-2021Dental Hygienists10,760$73,980$73,140$54,940$83,500
29-2031Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians2,950$59,440$57,740$39,360$69,480
29-2032Diagnostic Medical Sonographers4,780$69,980$70,190$52,510$78,720
29-2033Nuclear Medicine Technologists1,230$80,920$79,420$66,240$88,260
29-2034Radiologic Technologists and Technicians13,310$67,580$67,420$49,780$76,490
29-2035Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists1,490$73,660$75,130$54,820$83,080
29-2041Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics14,250$39,510$37,640$25,450$46,530
29-2051Dietetic Technicians840$41,250$42,740$29,870$46,940
29-2052Pharmacy Technicians17,720$32,390$30,550$22,660$37,250
29-2053Psychiatric Technicians1,130$42,840$40,860$29,850$49,330
29-2054Respiratory Therapy Technicians330$57,950$56,650$42,980$65,430
29-2055Surgical Technologists5,180$52,280$51,060$37,480$59,680
29-2056Veterinary Technologists and Technicians4,520$41,400$39,050$30,010$47,090
29-2057Ophthalmic Medical Technicians1,970$39,080$38,680$29,070$44,090
29-2061Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses47,380$47,170$46,720$35,500$53,010
29-2071Medical Records and Health Information Technicians8,680$44,310$42,200$30,370$51,280
29-2081Opticians, Dispensing2,920$47,460$46,870$30,690$55,840
29-2091Orthotists and Prosthetists410$77,030$73,630$45,810$92,640
29-2092Hearing Aid Specialistsn/a$48,850$41,300$27,470$59,540
29-2099Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other4,210$50,010$46,530$32,940$58,540
29-9011Occupational Health and Safety Specialists3,140$72,950$71,210$47,630$85,620
29-9012Occupational Health and Safety Technicians830$56,220$56,410$44,210$62,220
29-9091Athletic Trainers1,000$50,520$46,970$32,100$59,730
29-9092Genetic Counselorsn/a$73,530$74,770$51,130$84,730
29-9099Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other860$74,880$73,600$42,070$91,290
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
31-0000Healthcare Support Occupations353,540$30,560$27,580$21,680$35,000
31-1011Home Health Aides162,240$23,830$23,010$21,080$25,200
31-1013Psychiatric Aides5,900$41,650$42,710$31,650$46,660
31-1014Nursing Assistants98,500$34,050$34,360$25,730$38,220
31-1015Orderlies4,390$35,480$35,020$25,010$40,720
31-2011Occupational Therapy Assistants2,370$57,240$57,910$42,170$64,780
31-2012Occupational Therapy Aides400$32,560$33,540$23,120$37,280
31-2021Physical Therapist Assistants4,450$53,540$53,930$39,170$60,720
31-2022Physical Therapist Aides3,410$28,180$27,030$21,670$31,430
31-9091Dental Assistants19,580$36,470$35,750$25,470$41,980
31-9092Medical Assistants23,970$34,950$34,360$26,310$39,270
31-9093Medical Equipment Preparers2,370$39,200$38,970$29,420$44,090
31-9094Medical Transcriptionists2,870$37,680$36,630$26,180$43,430
31-9095Pharmacy Aides2,680$28,270$26,640$20,480$32,160
31-9096Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers3,960$28,820$27,030$21,460$32,490
31-9097Phlebotomists5,780$38,850$38,280$28,490$44,030
31-9099Healthcare Support Workers, All Other6,050$38,890$37,390$29,740$43,470
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
33-0000Protective Service Occupations286,680$51,340$44,810$24,490$64,770
33-1011First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers3,890$84,580$84,120$68,300$92,720
33-1012First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives12,150$105,190$100,670$78,400$118,590
33-1021First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers3,870$96,910$95,030$75,400$107,670
33-1099First-Line Supervisors of Protective Service Workers, All Other5,680$61,260$58,020$38,520$72,630
33-2011Firefighters10,970$68,250$70,770$52,220$76,270
33-2021Fire Inspectors and Investigators620$61,630$58,730$41,910$71,490
33-2022Forest Fire Inspectors and Prevention Specialistsn/a$57,250$55,890$47,660$62,040
33-3011Bailiffs4,050$60,890$66,880$41,100$70,780
33-3012Correctional Officers and Jailers34,140$62,370$63,650$47,700$69,700
33-3021Detectives and Criminal Investigators8,940$87,680$83,060$50,340$106,350
33-3031Fish and Game Wardens380$69,060$70,280$54,800$76,190
33-3041Parking Enforcement Workers500$41,550$38,630$29,790$47,430
33-3051Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers49,020$70,500$70,510$45,310$83,100
33-3052Transit and Railroad Policen/a$61,470$60,550$46,260$69,070
33-9011Animal Control Workers880$36,330$32,730$26,340$41,320
33-9021Private Detectives and Investigators1,360$60,580$56,310$39,730$71,010
33-9031Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming Investigatorsn/a$30,990$27,530$22,370$35,300
33-9032Security Guards113,490$32,830$30,420$20,310$39,090
33-9091Crossing Guards8,830$31,430$32,440$22,730$35,780
33-9092Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service8,560$25,220$23,470$20,000$27,830
33-9099Protective Service Workers, All Other15,700$28,940$27,640$20,780$33,010
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
35-0000Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations721,120$26,660$21,160$19,260$30,360
35-1011Chefs and Head Cooks13,840$47,640$42,930$23,310$59,800
35-1012First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers47,240$38,440$34,990$23,730$45,800
35-2011Cooks, Fast Food22,010$21,240$19,720$19,250$22,240
35-2012Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria16,210$32,110$30,630$22,830$36,740
35-2013Cooks, Private Householdn/a$30,240$25,810$22,010$34,350
35-2014Cooks, Restaurant66,650$27,790$26,080$20,760$31,310
35-2015Cooks, Short Order14,380$23,100$20,110$19,210$25,040
35-2019Cooks, All Other650$28,970$28,920$19,940$33,490
35-2021Food Preparation Workers59,820$24,330$21,280$19,250$26,860
35-3011Bartenders42,140$26,900$20,190$19,280$30,700
35-3021Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food147,470$21,840$19,640$19,260$23,120
35-3022Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop28,320$23,680$20,230$19,280$25,890
35-3031Waiters and Waitresses156,300$28,480$20,740$19,290$33,070
35-3041Food Servers, Nonrestaurant15,800$30,310$29,750$20,370$35,280
35-9011Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers34,300$25,010$19,940$19,290$27,870
35-9021Dishwashers34,830$22,590$19,960$19,240$24,260
35-9031Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop18,880$23,880$21,430$19,260$26,200
35-9099Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other2,190$23,390$19,550$19,200$25,490
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
37-0000Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations323,800$33,250$29,800$20,710$39,510
37-1011First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers14,470$51,500$50,600$33,220$60,650
37-1012First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers4,940$53,180$50,310$34,970$62,290
37-2011Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners202,020$31,900$28,700$20,530$37,580
37-2012Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners49,700$32,220$27,120$20,130$38,260
37-2021Pest Control Workers2,930$35,580$34,840$24,410$41,160
37-3011Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers45,230$32,070$29,830$21,370$37,410
37-3012Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators, Vegetation560$33,280$30,440$27,470$36,180
37-3013Tree Trimmers and Pruners1,890$45,790$47,370$31,400$52,990
37-3019Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other2,040$25,290$22,970$22,160$26,850
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
39-0000Personal Care and Service Occupations361,000$29,710$24,410$20,460$34,340
39-1011Gaming Supervisors360$47,110$46,140$28,170$56,590
39-1012Slot Supervisorsn/a$36,340$34,280$21,940$43,540
39-1021First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers15,730$42,390$39,460$28,850$49,160
39-2011Animal Trainers650$42,670$35,570$23,020$52,490
39-2021Nonfarm Animal Caretakers11,340$26,050$23,410$19,440$29,350
39-3011Gaming Dealers740$27,960$20,120$19,360$32,260
39-3012Gaming and Sports Book Writers and Runners730$29,430$28,030$21,320$33,490
39-3019Gaming Service Workers, All Othern/a$24,900$23,140$22,250$26,220
39-3021Motion Picture Projectionistsn/a$32,910$25,280$19,910$39,410
39-3031Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers8,690$24,890$20,970$19,240$27,720
39-3091Amusement and Recreation Attendants12,800$23,280$20,280$19,250$25,300
39-3092Costume Attendants1,350$80,190$71,730$36,300$102,130
39-3093Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants1,520$30,890$27,010$20,820$35,920
39-3099Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers, All Other460$25,800$23,700$19,620$28,890
39-4011Embalmersn/a$34,850$29,950$28,060$38,250
39-4021Funeral Attendants1,140$27,640$26,120$22,000$30,460
39-4031Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors1,570$56,810$51,700$37,890$66,260
39-5011Barbers2,070$27,700$22,720$20,380$31,360
39-5012Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists25,420$32,670$23,170$19,300$39,360
39-5091Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance640$87,340$87,520$42,680$109,670
39-5092Manicurists and Pedicurists14,440$20,700$19,570$19,310$21,400
39-5093Shampooers1,940$21,560$20,130$19,240$22,730
39-5094Skincare Specialists3,280$40,620$33,910$24,860$48,500
39-6011Baggage Porters and Bellhops5,220$32,780$32,040$20,770$38,780
39-6012Concierges4,980$42,650$43,780$30,430$48,760
39-7011Tour Guides and Escorts2,340$31,260$26,000$19,600$37,090
39-7012Travel Guidesn/a$35,420$28,320$21,070$42,590
39-9011Childcare Workers42,520$26,800$25,960$19,960$30,220
39-9021Personal Care Aides150,530$25,410$23,690$21,500$27,360
39-9031Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors15,970$61,000$55,980$25,590$78,710
39-9032Recreation Workers27,360$30,050$26,160$20,140$35,000
39-9041Residential Advisors5,190$34,040$33,710$24,530$38,800
39-9099Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other1,240$30,860$24,930$19,390$36,590
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
41-0000Sales and Related Occupations932,530$50,060$28,250$19,490$65,340
41-1011First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers62,460$50,610$44,930$30,530$60,650
41-1012First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers21,700$118,250$104,030$57,280$148,730
41-2011Cashiers197,890$22,440$19,750$19,110$24,100
41-2012Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers480$27,890$24,860$21,130$31,260
41-2021Counter and Rental Clerks19,100$28,540$24,170$19,360$33,120
41-2022Parts Salespersons8,750$36,130$32,400$22,030$43,180
41-2031Retail Salespersons324,680$27,440$21,530$19,140$31,590
41-3011Advertising Sales Agents24,400$85,520$69,870$38,040$109,260
41-3021Insurance Sales Agents23,040$83,440$64,910$36,370$106,970
41-3031Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents56,490$152,760$130,630$55,310>$187,200
41-3041Travel Agents6,310$38,730$32,070$21,590$47,300
41-3099Sales Representatives, Services, All Other55,320$76,370$61,920$35,260$96,930
41-4011Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products14,920$95,880$85,020$51,860$117,880
41-4012Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products89,800$72,640$59,430$31,870$93,030
41-9011Demonstrators and Product Promoters5,310$35,820$28,870$21,760$42,850
41-9012Models400$51,610$37,600$19,100$67,860
41-9021Real Estate Brokers1,620$108,690$80,510$51,390$137,340
41-9022Real Estate Sales Agents6,500$101,180$81,110$41,420$131,060
41-9031Sales Engineers2,670$110,200$101,400$66,480$132,060
41-9041Telemarketers7,480$28,750$25,290$19,250$33,510
41-9091Door-to-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors, and Related Workers790$29,700$22,090$19,400$34,850
41-9099Sales and Related Workers, All Other2,420$37,250$27,840$20,040$45,850
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
43-0000Office and Administrative Support Occupations1,515,340$41,940$37,850$24,210$50,810
43-1011First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers114,720$67,100$61,700$41,570$79,870
43-2011Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service6,520$33,530$31,400$22,400$39,100
43-2021Telephone Operators670$40,810$40,120$31,830$45,300
43-2099Communications Equipment Operators, All Othern/a$52,730$53,140$40,200$58,990
43-3011Bill and Account Collectors18,630$39,700$36,540$25,600$46,750
43-3021Billing and Posting Clerks33,540$40,690$38,750$28,440$46,820
43-3031Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks118,600$43,460$41,530$27,930$51,230
43-3041Gaming Cage Workers850$28,490$27,960$22,130$31,670
43-3051Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks10,170$46,080$44,840$31,130$53,560
43-3061Procurement Clerks3,660$41,880$41,820$29,760$47,940
43-3071Tellers28,280$29,620$28,830$23,380$32,740
43-3099Financial Clerks, All Other1,810$54,910$48,530$37,590$63,570
43-4011Brokerage Clerks8,580$61,880$59,950$38,920$73,360
43-4021Correspondence Clerks280$42,890$41,850$32,800$47,930
43-4031Court, Municipal, and License Clerks7,290$55,900$49,740$32,860$67,420
43-4041Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks1,850$44,710$44,670$32,320$50,900
43-4051Customer Service Representatives157,590$40,080$36,420$24,500$47,880
43-4061Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs10,140$48,240$47,590$36,990$53,860
43-4071File Clerks10,500$30,050$27,200$20,860$34,650
43-4081Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks10,150$30,140$25,260$20,450$34,980
43-4111Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan14,280$38,070$38,320$25,960$44,130
43-4121Library Assistants, Clerical7,030$30,570$28,720$20,360$35,670
43-4131Loan Interviewers and Clerks6,850$43,320$39,640$29,230$50,360
43-4141New Accounts Clerks1,120$39,450$37,650$32,050$43,160
43-4151Order Clerks7,870$34,750$33,480$21,880$41,180
43-4161Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping10,190$41,860$40,440$29,830$47,880
43-4171Receptionists and Information Clerks86,300$31,950$30,390$22,730$36,560
43-4181Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks10,950$35,860$34,130$22,840$42,370
43-4199Information and Record Clerks, All Other5,580$44,410$43,510$32,320$50,460
43-5011Cargo and Freight Agents5,790$45,130$43,660$26,720$54,330
43-5021Couriers and Messengers5,650$32,360$29,030$20,080$38,500
43-5031Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers4,060$46,120$45,360$32,930$52,720
43-5032Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance11,520$47,510$40,210$27,010$57,760
43-5041Meter Readers, Utilities1,870$55,960$53,870$39,590$64,150
43-5051Postal Service Clerks5,720$51,480$58,120$37,350$58,550
43-5052Postal Service Mail Carriers21,220$52,640$60,660$37,290$60,320
43-5053Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators9,290$52,260$57,000$40,940$57,920
43-5061Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks22,290$53,710$53,080$34,680$63,230
43-5071Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks36,400$35,760$33,270$23,420$41,940
43-5081Stock Clerks and Order Fillers116,250$26,720$23,010$19,490$30,330
43-5111Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping2,200$30,900$27,180$20,100$36,300
43-6011Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants77,430$69,700$69,140$50,810$79,140
43-6012Legal Secretaries16,500$61,640$60,130$37,050$73,940
43-6013Medical Secretaries12,020$39,040$37,530$27,870$44,620
43-6014Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive197,290$39,790$39,190$27,280$46,040
43-9011Computer Operators4,460$41,480$39,760$23,300$50,570
43-9021Data Entry Keyers13,440$33,960$32,250$23,330$39,280
43-9022Word Processors and Typists14,620$39,680$37,990$28,240$45,400
43-9031Desktop Publishers760$54,820$51,940$37,440$63,510
43-9041Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks10,570$47,160$43,770$32,400$54,540
43-9051Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service7,260$33,740$32,090$22,360$39,420
43-9061Office Clerks, General199,180$32,720$30,890$20,860$38,660
43-9071Office Machine Operators, Except Computer4,590$34,980$32,310$23,450$40,750
43-9081Proofreaders and Copy Markers1,210$43,780$43,710$28,780$51,280
43-9111Statistical Assistants680$53,630$51,700$40,710$60,080
43-9199Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other19,050$39,310$36,990$32,510$42,710
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
45-0000Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations3,320$34,060$28,890$20,470$40,860
45-1011First-Line Supervisors of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workersn/a$58,210$58,270$37,630$68,500
45-2011Agricultural Inspectors320$60,920$62,580$42,290$70,230
45-2041Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Productsn/a$22,700$19,810$19,360$24,370
45-2091Agricultural Equipment Operatorsn/a$36,900$36,750$27,950$41,380
45-2092Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse1,670$26,550$23,750$19,470$30,090
45-2093Farmworkers, Farm, Ranch, and Aquacultural Animals300$31,940$28,180$19,870$37,970
45-4021Fallersn/a$37,130$29,510$24,730$43,330
45-4022Logging Equipment Operators330$30,330$29,320$24,190$33,400
45-4023Log Graders and Scalersn/a$40,960$37,750$28,840$47,030
45-4029Logging Workers, All Othern/a$30,440$29,150$24,010$33,660
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
47-0000Construction and Extraction Occupations324,000$62,620$55,720$32,620$77,620
47-1011Supervisors of Construction and Extraction Workers22,720$86,170$81,340$55,120$101,700
47-2011Boilermakers570$72,670$74,850$48,340$84,840
47-2021Brickmasons and Blockmasons5,340$66,620$63,250$38,080$80,890
47-2022Stonemasons1,670$53,070$45,370$33,050$63,080
47-2031Carpenters47,960$61,700$52,870$35,370$74,860
47-2041Carpet Installers1,360$59,460$47,870$28,000$75,180
47-2042Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tiles440$42,920$39,080$30,910$48,920
47-2043Floor Sanders and Finishersn/a$44,130$53,500$22,130$55,130
47-2044Tile and Marble Setters1,840$70,220$68,720$38,930$85,860
47-2051Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers6,320$66,310$62,940$38,370$80,280
47-2053Terrazzo Workers and Finishersn/a$68,050$57,140$27,140$88,500
47-2061Construction Laborers58,700$48,510$39,490$25,880$59,830
47-2071Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators2,190$65,410$58,590$34,810$80,710
47-2072Pile-Driver Operatorsn/a$64,620$57,960$37,550$78,150
47-2073Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators12,750$73,800$63,640$41,690$89,850
47-2081Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers2,950$67,890$57,210$35,280$84,200
47-2082Tapers840$63,520$59,980$37,280$76,650
47-2111Electricians40,100$73,730$68,770$41,350$89,920
47-2121Glaziers2,540$57,940$54,010$29,120$72,350
47-2131Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall670$52,570$45,260$29,840$63,930
47-2132Insulation Workers, Mechanical1,450$73,070$57,400$31,320$93,950
47-2141Painters, Construction and Maintenance14,030$53,190$47,140$28,780$65,400
47-2142Paperhangers400$44,660$39,080$27,390$53,300
47-2151Pipelayers780$47,530$43,240$32,840$54,870
47-2152Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters27,550$73,670$66,180$40,870$90,060
47-2171Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers1,450$94,520$97,110$62,500$110,530
47-2181Roofers4,750$59,140$44,640$31,390$73,010
47-2211Sheet Metal Workers8,300$71,050$63,260$36,980$88,090
47-2221Structural Iron and Steel Workers4,840$88,670$90,810$53,520$106,240
47-2231Solar Photovoltaic Installers430$36,480$36,150$32,300$38,570
47-3011Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters940$34,850$25,910$21,970$41,290
47-3012Helpers--Carpenters2,230$28,610$27,850$20,640$32,600
47-3013Helpers--Electricians6,230$32,790$31,210$22,610$37,880
47-3014Helpers--Painters, Paperhangers, Plasterers, and Stucco Masonsn/a$32,790$29,210$22,900$37,740
47-3015Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters2,980$34,630$31,220$22,310$40,790
47-3016Helpers--Roofers420$26,600$24,910$21,680$29,070
47-3019Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other300$28,720$27,730$20,810$32,680
47-4011Construction and Building Inspectors7,250$64,360$61,200$42,120$75,480
47-4021Elevator Installers and Repairers3,800$85,250$87,400$59,300$98,230
47-4031Fence Erectors1,210$47,530$39,080$30,750$55,920
47-4041Hazardous Materials Removal Workers4,320$60,620$63,870$36,820$72,530
47-4051Highway Maintenance Workers14,810$43,330$42,000$32,060$48,970
47-4061Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance Equipment Operators2,540$59,570$59,500$51,860$63,420
47-4071Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners1,470$40,290$40,540$26,680$47,100
47-4099Construction and Related Workers, All Othern/a$36,990$36,300$23,340$43,820
47-5012Rotary Drill Operators, Oil and Gasn/a$48,990$54,200$35,040$55,970
47-5013Service Unit Operators, Oil, Gas, and Miningn/a$44,390$40,170$28,680$52,240
47-5021Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas310$57,420$52,860$37,860$67,200
47-5031Explosives Workers, Ordnance Handling Experts, and Blastersn/a$55,420$53,460$46,380$59,930
47-5041Continuous Mining Machine Operatorsn/a$39,720$36,900$31,640$43,760
47-5042Mine Cutting and Channeling Machine Operatorsn/a$39,620$38,970$32,750$43,050
47-5049Mining Machine Operators, All Othern/a$43,880$40,570$35,660$47,980
47-5051Rock Splitters, Quarryn/a$41,620$34,760$26,590$49,140
47-5071Roustabouts, Oil and Gasn/a$35,390$29,260$28,260$38,950
47-5081Helpers--Extraction Workersn/a$33,550$30,000$22,240$39,200
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
49-0000Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations295,220$50,920$47,130$28,670$62,050
49-1011First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers25,410$76,810$73,940$50,050$90,190
49-2011Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers6,510$41,980$40,450$26,460$49,740
49-2021Radio, Cellular, and Tower Equipment Installers and Repairers310$65,860$73,810$31,950$82,810
49-2022Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line Installers12,640$66,440$70,300$37,690$80,820
49-2091Avionics Technicians290$64,260$63,420$40,720$76,030
49-2092Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers530$45,680$43,410$30,610$53,210
49-2093Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment950$69,930$72,370$62,370$73,710
49-2094Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment2,220$54,570$54,840$37,600$63,060
49-2095Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay1,990$78,830$78,330$69,700$83,400
49-2096Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles600$41,340$38,840$25,500$49,260
49-2097Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers and Repairers1,650$40,190$38,730$24,880$47,840
49-2098Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers3,830$48,470$45,980$30,090$57,670
49-3011Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians3,120$62,550$60,580$43,790$71,920
49-3021Automotive Body and Related Repairers7,680$41,580$38,710$25,370$49,680
49-3023Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics36,040$40,430$36,750$23,070$49,110
49-3031Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists13,300$53,150$51,510$35,140$62,150
49-3041Farm Equipment Mechanics and Service Technicians780$41,540$38,810$28,190$48,220
49-3042Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines2,580$53,020$50,680$38,190$60,430
49-3043Rail Car Repairers1,340$62,040$63,870$48,180$68,970
49-3051Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians1,200$37,010$36,850$23,940$43,540
49-3052Motorcycle Mechanics690$38,400$38,060$26,710$44,240
49-3053Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine Mechanics1,360$36,980$35,890$25,060$42,940
49-3091Bicycle Repairers530$32,070$30,850$24,540$35,830
49-3092Recreational Vehicle Service Techniciansn/a$35,220$34,590$22,870$41,400
49-3093Tire Repairers and Changers2,060$31,580$28,640$21,820$36,460
49-9011Mechanical Door Repairers410$41,400$40,150$24,480$49,860
49-9012Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Mechanical Door4,020$79,020$81,470$56,430$90,310
49-9021Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers13,330$55,030$50,600$35,440$64,820
49-9031Home Appliance Repairers3,360$39,340$38,790$23,020$47,500
49-9041Industrial Machinery Mechanics10,130$53,940$52,000$38,420$61,700
49-9043Maintenance Workers, Machinery3,050$52,220$47,780$31,970$62,340
49-9044Millwrights940$60,190$59,300$40,720$69,930
49-9045Refractory Materials Repairers, Except Brickmasonsn/a$47,390$46,230$39,800$51,190
49-9051Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers4,790$77,950$80,140$54,250$89,800
49-9052Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers10,880$69,120$78,950$35,860$85,750
49-9061Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers340$34,600$26,050$21,300$41,250
49-9062Medical Equipment Repairers1,910$58,350$56,130$37,570$68,740
49-9063Musical Instrument Repairers and Tuners440$40,530$35,810$22,160$49,710
49-9064Watch Repairersn/a$43,290$37,110$27,130$51,380
49-9069Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers, All Other280$55,460$55,220$41,410$62,490
49-9071Maintenance and Repair Workers, General97,480$43,650$42,200$27,380$51,790
49-9081Wind Turbine Service Techniciansn/a$49,720$48,480$37,210$55,980
49-9091Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and Repairers1,740$42,510$36,590$23,540$52,000
49-9092Commercial Diversn/a$85,900$89,550$60,430$98,640
49-9094Locksmiths and Safe Repairers970$44,610$41,310$29,000$52,420
49-9095Manufactured Building and Mobile Home Installersn/a$30,300$29,530$27,380$31,760
49-9096Riggersn/a$58,720$56,010$41,370$67,400
49-9097Signal and Track Switch Repairers1,110$71,710$73,670$66,940$74,090
49-9098Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers5,680$33,510$29,960$20,590$39,980
49-9099Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other5,000$39,470$36,340$25,570$46,420
 
SOC Code
 
 
Title
 
 
Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
51-0000Production Occupations337,230$38,460$33,540$21,850$46,770
51-1011First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers25,650$65,860$61,840$38,960$79,310
51-2011Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems Assemblersn/a$46,820$46,470$35,350$52,560
51-2021Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers680$29,020$26,740$21,090$32,990
51-2022Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers9,240$33,530$29,940$22,090$39,250
51-2023Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers2,040$37,880$35,670$26,950$43,350
51-2031Engine and Other Machine Assemblers440$44,580$45,890$34,010$49,860
51-2041Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters1,700$47,850$44,240$31,100$56,230
51-2091Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricatorsn/a$36,640$35,020$23,960$42,980
51-2092Team Assemblers38,400$31,080$29,040$21,100$36,070
51-2099Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other6,130$31,040$27,800$20,830$36,150
51-3011Bakers9,530$27,370$24,390$19,940$31,090
51-3021Butchers and Meat Cutters5,800$38,550$35,220$23,640$46,010
51-3022Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers3,580$31,730$25,160$19,490$37,860
51-3023Slaughterers and Meat Packers1,060$23,350$20,440$19,270$25,380
51-3091Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking, and Drying Machine Operators and Tenders650$33,550$30,390$21,920$39,370
51-3092Food Batchmakers7,210$27,240$24,590$19,750$30,980
51-3093Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders2,330$27,420$24,590$19,800$31,220
51-3099Food Processing Workers, All Other420$24,340$22,690$19,500$26,760
51-4011Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic4,740$37,670$36,020$25,860$43,570
51-4012Computer Numerically Controlled Machine Tool Programmers, Metal and Plastic1,020$47,290$46,960$33,000$54,430
51-4021Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic1,390$37,450$37,520$26,150$43,100
51-4022Forging Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic360$36,540$33,540$26,270$41,670
51-4023Rolling Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic550$40,780$41,430$30,600$45,870
51-4031Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic4,430$34,720$33,260$24,380$39,890
51-4032Drilling and Boring Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic420$37,070$35,990$24,660$43,270
51-4033Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic2,310$36,240$34,990$24,660$42,020
51-4034Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic1,580$39,840$37,690$27,250$46,130
51-4035Milling and Planing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic540$38,510$37,990$27,120$44,210
51-4041Machinists13,480$44,460$43,080$29,630$51,880
51-4051Metal-Refining Furnace Operators and Tenders610$43,420$44,180$35,690$47,280
51-4052Pourers and Casters, Metal390$42,370$43,630$30,450$48,330
51-4061Model Makers, Metal and Plasticn/a$51,900$48,250$36,220$59,740
51-4062Patternmakers, Metal and Plasticn/a$42,950$42,380$31,710$48,580
51-4071Foundry Mold and Coremakersn/a$36,790$36,420$25,860$42,250
51-4072Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic3,510$34,760$32,510$21,860$41,210
51-4081Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic2,080$36,310$34,870$24,190$42,380
51-4111Tool and Die Makers2,900$53,750$53,190$40,520$60,360
51-4121Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers8,510$44,210$40,950$29,800$51,410
51-4122Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders810$41,340$41,360$27,350$48,330
51-4191Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic540$38,000$37,300$26,700$43,650
51-4192Layout Workers, Metal and Plasticn/a$32,680$28,770$22,110$37,960
51-4193Plating and Coating Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic1,040$35,220$31,960$23,510$41,080
51-4194Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners380$36,500$35,280$25,070$42,210
51-4199Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All Othern/a$40,720$37,390$25,760$48,190
51-5111Prepress Technician and Workers2,240$46,030$43,220$25,850$56,130
51-5112Printing Press Operators8,680$40,470$39,010$24,660$48,370
51-5113Print Binding and Finishing Workers2,020$35,340$33,870$23,310$41,350
51-6011Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers15,270$24,460$20,350$19,350$27,020
51-6021Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials2,560$22,730$20,540$19,330$24,430
51-6031Sewing Machine Operators11,910$25,620$20,650$19,380$28,740
51-6041Shoe and Leather Workers and Repairers890$24,790$23,060$19,320$27,530
51-6051Sewers, Hand1,110$26,600$24,870$20,040$29,870
51-6061Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operators and Tendersn/a$28,720$28,900$23,320$31,410
51-6062Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders920$30,550$28,810$22,050$34,800
51-6063Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders760$26,280$22,560$19,150$29,850
51-6064Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out Machine Setters, Operators, and Tendersn/a$25,980$24,490$21,460$28,240
51-6091Extruding and Forming Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Synthetic and Glass Fibersn/a$38,010$37,750$29,870$42,080
51-6092Fabric and Apparel Patternmakers1,230$64,850$65,390$41,400$76,570
51-6093Upholsterers1,230$38,270$36,050$23,380$45,720
51-6099Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All Other730$33,600$29,920$21,550$39,620
51-7011Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters3,670$38,500$36,030$25,650$44,920
51-7021Furniture Finishers940$33,620$30,370$25,450$37,710
51-7031Model Makers, Woodn/a$49,360$44,440$29,820$59,130
51-7032Patternmakers, Woodn/a$43,360$41,890$27,860$51,110
51-7041Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood920$30,470$27,840$21,420$34,990
51-7042Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Except Sawing2,670$33,110$29,430$21,770$38,780
51-7099Woodworkers, All Othern/a$52,090$54,700$25,590$65,340
51-8011Nuclear Power Reactor Operators340$106,590$105,610$87,240$116,270
51-8012Power Distributors and Dispatchersn/a$92,980$94,050$75,390$101,780
51-8013Power Plant Operators1,780$78,040$77,440$52,540$90,790
51-8021Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators4,070$72,920$64,610$49,030$84,870
51-8031Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators4,300$54,180$52,000$37,920$62,320
51-8091Chemical Plant and System Operators730$54,050$53,300$39,480$61,340
51-8092Gas Plant Operators280$75,850$74,200$55,930$85,810
51-8093Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery Operators, and Gaugersn/a$58,260$56,280$43,820$65,480
51-8099Plant and System Operators, All Othern/a$59,890$60,600$51,260$64,200
51-9011Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders1,990$46,130$45,750$32,090$53,150
51-9012Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders1,860$37,860$35,060$25,460$44,060
51-9021Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders1,210$37,250$36,020$24,970$43,380
51-9022Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand1,360$31,850$29,160$21,130$37,220
51-9023Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders7,300$39,540$39,090$24,090$47,260
51-9031Cutters and Trimmers, Hand990$35,700$31,700$20,060$43,520
51-9032Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders2,620$33,780$32,360$22,090$39,630
51-9041Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders2,720$35,380$32,580$21,900$42,110
51-9051Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators and Tenders480$40,120$42,730$25,410$47,470
51-9061Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers20,680$41,650$38,500$24,670$50,140
51-9071Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers6,100$50,660$42,090$25,300$63,340
51-9081Dental Laboratory Technicians2,050$52,510$44,900$28,800$64,360
51-9082Medical Appliance Technicians720$36,150$32,730$22,090$43,180
51-9083Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians2,800$35,840$33,320$24,210$41,650
51-9111Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders16,220$31,190$27,550$20,580$36,490
51-9121Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders1,960$34,970$32,880$24,500$40,210
51-9122Painters, Transportation Equipment1,340$45,600$43,160$29,740$53,540
51-9123Painting, Coating, and Decorating Workers780$35,500$31,530$23,440$41,530
51-9141Semiconductor Processors540$42,780$37,650$27,650$50,350
51-9151Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators1,610$38,210$33,380$21,680$46,470
51-9191Adhesive Bonding Machine Operators and Tenders390$32,590$29,580$22,740$37,510
51-9192Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment Operators and Tenders380$31,790$29,310$21,740$36,820
51-9193Cooling and Freezing Equipment Operators and Tendersn/a$30,540$28,380$21,270$35,180
51-9194Etchers and Engravers320$35,430$34,790$24,330$40,980
51-9195Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and Plastic1,240$34,680$34,490$22,480$40,780
51-9196Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders4,920$36,060$35,990$23,420$42,370
51-9198Helpers--Production Workers11,140$27,560$24,740$19,820$31,440
51-9199Production Workers, All Other3,250$32,670$28,620$21,240$38,390
 
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Employment
Annual Wages ($)
MeanMedianEntry1Experienced2
53-0000Transportation and Material Moving Occupations479,670$40,060$34,190$21,460$49,360
53-1011Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisorsn/a$55,480$51,920$34,560$65,940
53-1021First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand7,190$54,380$51,080$33,290$64,920
53-1031First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators11,350$68,230$67,190$40,580$82,050
53-2011Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers5,270$113,630$110,940$71,490$134,710
53-2012Commercial Pilots1,140$96,610$80,000$61,660$114,080
53-2021Air Traffic Controllers1,070$135,540$145,430$79,480$163,570
53-2022Airfield Operations Specialists300$45,140$43,340$28,350$53,540
53-2031Flight Attendants10,600$41,440$39,730$25,350$49,490
53-3011Ambulance Drivers and Attendants, Except Emergency Medical Technicians1,650$27,000$26,020$21,960$29,520
53-3021Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity20,660$52,910$55,780$33,960$62,380
53-3022Bus Drivers, School or Special Client50,890$39,310$38,230$26,690$45,610
53-3031Driver/Sales Workers21,880$28,320$21,550$19,230$32,860
53-3032Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers55,560$48,380$45,080$31,050$57,050
53-3033Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers45,330$36,330$31,600$21,010$43,990
53-3041Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs14,700$32,990$28,380$20,960$39,010
53-3099Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other3,470$37,090$38,830$22,160$44,560
53-4011Locomotive Engineers1,590$63,410$65,950$49,810$70,210
53-4013Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators, and Hostlersn/a$55,770$50,270$44,960$61,170
53-4021Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operators600$71,470$73,770$51,080$81,670
53-4031Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters6,180$62,640$62,220$54,010$66,950
53-4041Subway and Streetcar Operatorsn/a$74,830$75,630$74,560$74,960
53-5011Sailors and Marine Oilers1,600$44,540$44,190$24,660$54,470
53-5021Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels1,770$74,500$68,980$37,860$92,820
53-5022Motorboat Operatorsn/a$41,700$37,110$24,460$50,330
53-5031Ship Engineers700$85,940$83,440$54,250$101,790
53-6011Bridge and Lock Tenders320$43,050$43,560$29,430$49,860
53-6021Parking Lot Attendants15,390$23,400$21,290$19,350$25,420
53-6031Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants4,720$22,800$20,770$19,290$24,550
53-6041Traffic Technicians1,470$58,190$64,980$31,420$71,580
53-6051Transportation Inspectors4,120$71,970$74,020$61,350$77,280
53-6061Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants1,450$25,630$22,360$19,320$28,780
53-6099Transportation Workers, All Other930$39,480$32,710$25,720$46,370
53-7011Conveyor Operators and Tenders880$38,660$40,710$26,400$44,800
53-7021Crane and Tower Operators1,720$80,350$69,610$44,270$98,390
53-7032Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators1,650$61,660$54,290$36,320$74,330
53-7033Loading Machine Operators, Underground Miningn/a$42,020$44,820$33,350$46,350
53-7041Hoist and Winch Operatorsn/a$70,620$67,740$31,460$90,200
53-7051Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators14,120$37,570$36,070$25,890$43,410
53-7061Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment17,200$31,440$23,380$19,400$37,470
53-7062Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand105,350$30,600$26,180$20,200$35,800
53-7063Machine Feeders and Offbearers3,310$31,050$29,040$21,000$36,070
53-7064Packers and Packagers, Hand27,940$25,850$22,840$19,400$29,080
53-7071Gas Compressor and Gas Pumping Station Operatorsn/a$56,440$58,030$48,820$60,250
53-7072Pump Operators, Except Wellhead Pumpersn/a$46,870$46,150$30,670$54,970
53-7081Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors10,250$53,300$53,220$31,480$64,200
53-7199Material Moving Workers, All Other530$47,400$48,240$36,440$52,880

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