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Highest-paying professions
Ranked by average salary
Rank
Prev.
rank
Profession
( Standard occupation code )
2012 average salary
% change from 2011

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(Rank)

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(Rank)

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(Rank)

Lancaster
(Rank)

Lebanon
(Rank)

Perry
(Rank)

York
(Rank)

Background/training
1
1
Obstetricians and gynecologists
( 29-1064 )
$259,960
-0.71%
$259,960
(1)*
$259,960
(1)*
$259,960
(1)*
NA
NA
$259,960
(1)*
$259,960
(1)*
$259,960
(1)*
Doctorate
2
2
Anesthesiologists
( 29-1061 )
$242,966
-2.11%
$246,440
(2)*
$246,440
(2)*
$243,440
(2)
$225,120
(3)
$246,440
(2)*
$246,440
(2)*
$246,440
(2)*
Doctorate
3
NR
Orthodontists
( 29-1023 )
$238,450
NA
$238,450
(3)*
$238,450
(3)*
$238,450
(3)*
NA
NA
$238,450
(3)*
$238,450
(3)*
$238,450
(3)*
Doctorate
4
4
Surgeons
( 29-1067 )
$218,154
7.17%
$215,310
(4)*
$215,310
(4)*
$215,310
(4)*
$245,240
(2)
$215,310
(5)*
$215,310
(4)*
$205,290
(5)
Doctorate
5
3
General internists
( 29-1063 )
$206,940
-7.38%
$206,940
(5)*
$206,940
(6)*
$206,940
(5)*
NA
(2)*
$206,940
(6)*
$206,940
(5)*
$206,940
(4)*
Doctorate
6
5
Physicians and surgeons
( 29-1069 )
$196,101
-3.35%
$197,810
(6)*
$181,590
(8)
$197,570
(6)
$170,150
(8)
$223,980
(4)
$197,810
(6)*
$203,800
(6)
Doctorate
7
6
Psychiatrists
( 29-1066 )
$178,650
-7.66%
$174,190
(7)*
$200,950
(7)
$174,190
(8)*
NA
(3)*
$174,190
(7)*
$174,190
(7)*
$174,190
(7)*
Doctorate
8
7
General dentists
( 29-1021 )
$170,390
16%
$172,850
(8)*
$209,710
(5)
$188,230
(7)
$154,760
(11)
$160,440
(9)
$172,850
(8)*
$133,890
(12)
Doctorate
9
NR
Nurse anesthetists
( 29-1151 )
$165,922
NA
$163,270
(9)*
$163,270
(9)*
$163,270
(10)*
NA
NA
$169,380
(8)
$163,270
(9)*
$173,070
(8)
NA
10
111
Postsecondary health-specialties teachers
( 25-1071 )
$147,083
109.82%
$158,540
(10)*
$158,540
(11)*
$174,000
(9)
$62,880
(191)
$158,540
(10)*
$158,540
(10)*
$158,540
(9)*
Doctorate
11
8
Chief executives
( 11-1011 )
$146,543
2.76%
$132,370
(13)
$159,470
(10)
$156,800
(11)
$158,520
(10)
$114,800
(22)
$149,870
(11)*
$153,970
(10)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
12
9
Family and general practitioners
( 29-1062 )
$136,323
-0.93%
$139,060
(11)*
$146,720
(12)
$111,380
(27)
$142,810
(12)
$155,440
(11)
$139,060
(12)*
$119,790
(16)
Doctorate
13
NR
Dentists, all other specialists
( 29-1029 )
$135,700
NA
$135,700
(12)*
$135,700
(13)*
$135,700
(13)*
NA
NA
$135,700
(12)*
$135,700
(13)*
$135,700
(11)*
Doctorate
14
11
Podiatrists
( 29-1081 )
$125,320
-4.25%
$128,070
(14)*
$128,070
(15)*
$128,070
(15)*
NA
(5)*
$128,070
(14)*
$128,070
(14)*
$111,570
(23)
Doctorate
15
10
General pediatricians
( 29-1065 )
$123,390
-9.1%
$123,390
(16)*
$123,390
(17)*
$123,390
(17)*
NA
NA
$123,390
(16)*
$123,390
(16)*
$123,390
(15)*
Doctorate
16
12
Engineering managers
( 11-9041 )
$121,609
5.79%
$119,000
(19)
$133,390
(14)
$127,340
(16)
$133,170
(16)
$105,770
(31)
$120,970
(17)*
$111,620
(22)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
17
14
Marketing managers
( 11-2021 )
$117,910
4.59%
$122,360
(17)
$121,470
(19)
$117,660
(20)
$129,490
(17)
$115,680
(20)
$116,120
(20)*
$102,590
(36)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
18
15
Medical scientists
( 19-1042 )
$117,763
5.26%
$125,260
(15)*
$125,260
(16)*
$80,280
(98)
NA
NA
$125,260
(15)*
$125,260
(15)*
$125,260
(14)*
Doctorate
19
18
Pharmacists
( 29-1051 )
$113,214
4.09%
$112,990
(24)*
$111,160
(27)
$106,550
(34)
$114,300
(23)
$115,900
(19)
$112,990
(23)*
$118,610
(17)
Doctorate
20
17
Lawyers
( 23-1011 )
$113,211
3.62%
$115,840
(22)
$102,630
(40)
$116,810
(21)
$139,120
(13)
$133,110
(13)
$108,820
(25)*
$76,150
(103)
Doctorate
21
19
Computer and information-systems managers
( 11-3021 )
$109,827
1.16%
$120,270
(18)
$123,190
(18)
$112,660
(23)
$111,320
(25)
$91,680
(46)
$113,440
(22)*
$96,230
(49)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
22
21
Postsecondary law teachers
( 25-1112 )
$108,965
2.95%
$107,620
(28)*
$118,920
(21)
$104,390
(37)
NA
NA
$107,620
(26)*
$107,620
(27)*
$107,620
(28)*
Doctorate
23
37
Training and development managers
( 11-3131 )
$104,327
16.71%
$105,950
(34)*
$105,950
(34)*
$98,910
(43)
$101,630
(32)
$105,950
(30)*
$105,950
(31)*
$105,950
(31)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
24
30
Compensation and benefits managers
( 11-3111 )
$104,050
9.47%
$108,120
(27)*
$95,100
(49)
$98,620
(44)
$98,980
(41)
$108,120
(24)*
$108,120
(26)*
$111,290
(24)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
25
23
Human resources managers
( 11-3121 )
$103,434
3.07%
$103,980
(37)*
$107,600
(30)
$109,830
(29)
$109,950
(27)
$92,170
(43)
$103,980
(34)*
$96,530
(46)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
26
24
Nuclear engineers
( 17-2161 )
$102,603
3.57%
$100,870
(40)*
$100,870
(43)*
$111,270
(28)
NA
NA
$100,870
(37)*
$100,870
(37)*
$100,870
(40)*
Bachelor's degree
27
25
Postsecondary administrators
( 11-9033 )
$102,286
4.28%
$106,370
(33)*
$93,690
(54)
$143,140
(12)
$81,100
(88)
$106,370
(29)*
$106,370
(30)*
$78,960
(94)
Master's degree plus experience
28
36
Natural sciences managers
( 11-9121 )
$102,193
14.19%
$107,010
(30)*
$107,010
(31)*
$97,580
(47)
$82,720
(78)
$107,010
(27)*
$107,010
(28)*
$107,010
(29)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
29
22
Managers (other)
( 11-9199 )
$99,321
-1.04%
$104,180
(36)*
$106,110
(33)
$103,330
(38)
$82,700
(80)
$86,560
(63)
$104,180
(33)*
$108,190
(27)
Work experience
30
33
Purchasing managers
( 11-3061 )
$97,706
3.83%
$91,890
(53)
$108,280
(29)
$106,010
(35)
$96,920
(46)
$91,970
(44)
$100,290
(39)*
$88,580
(63)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
31
26
Miscellaneous social scientists and related workers
( 19-3099 )
$97,580
-0.18%
$97,580
(43)*
$97,580
(46)*
$97,580
(48)*
NA
NA
$97,580
(39)*
$97,580
(41)*
$97,580
(44)*
Bachelor's degree
32
16
Large-animal veterinarians
( 29-1131 )
$97,494
-12.69%
$96,940
(45)*
$120,340
(20)
$101,080
(41)
$94,520
(50)
$77,820
(103)
$96,940
(43)*
$94,820
(51)
Doctorate
33
31
General and operations managers
( 11-1021 )
$97,230
2.34%
$96,610
(46)
$104,890
(38)
$108,400
(31)
$106,140
(29)
$85,470
(68)
$78,440
(98)
$100,660
(41)
Associate degree plus experience
34
39
Financial managers
( 11-3031 )
$97,157
10.25%
$107,480
(29)*
$110,670
(28)
$111,740
(25)
$110,770
(26)
$79,800
(91)
$48,770
(326)
$110,870
(25)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
35
29
Nonretail sales supervisors
( 41-1012 )
$97,100
1.31%
$106,590
(32)
$94,170
(51)
$107,600
(32)
$89,520
(57)
$77,980
(101)
$100,240
(40)*
$103,600
(35)
Work experience
36
13
Actuaries
( 15-2011 )
$96,976
-14.91%
$90,700
(56)*
$105,010
(37)
$112,140
(24)
$98,880
(42)
$90,700
(49)*
$90,700
(52)*
$90,700
(59)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
37
32
Public relations managers
( 11-2031 )
$96,459
2.38%
$100,770
(41)*
$113,050
(25)
$98,340
(45)
$95,700
(47)
$100,770
(38)*
$100,770
(38)*
$65,810
(172)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
38
Construction managers
( 11-9021 )
$95,183
9.33%
$94,270
(48)
$105,540
(35)
$92,020
(58)
$87,950
(63)
$107,910
(25)
$92,450
(48)*
$86,140
(71)
Associate degree plus experience
39
Advertising and promotions managers
( 11-2011 )
$94,299
10.72%
$89,260
(60)*
$80,710
(104)
$88,640
(67)
$93,800
(53)
$89,260
(53)*
$89,260
(55)*
$129,160
(13)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
40
Transportation, storage and distribution managers
( 11-3071 )
$94,137
8.13%
$83,350
(78)
$99,010
(44)
$88,540
(68)
$87,400
(64)
$105,710
(32)
$93,780
(46)*
$101,170
(38)
Work experience
41
27
Computer-hardware engineers
( 17-2061 )
$93,735
-3.84%
$97,400
(44)*
$97,400
(48)*
$97,400
(49)*
NA
NA
$97,400
(40)*
$97,400
(42)*
$75,410
(110)
Bachelor's degree
42
Management occupations
( 11-0000 )
$92,767
NA
$90,450
(57)
$105,010
(36)
$102,300
(39)
$100,190
(38)
$87,270
(59)
$65,440
(169)
$98,710
(42)
NA
43
20
Real estate brokers
( 41-9021 )
$92,027
-13.85%
$87,250
(64)*
$88,340
(67)
$128,810
(14)
NA
(8)*
$87,250
(60)*
$87,250
(62)*
$73,260
(120)
Work experience
44
35
Airline pilots, copilots and flight engineers
( 53-2011 )
$91,320
0.34%
$91,320
(54)*
$91,320
(58)*
$91,320
(62)*
NA
NA
$91,320
(47)*
$91,320
(50)*
$91,320
(56)*
Work experience
45
38
Elementary and secondary school administrators
( 11-9032 )
$91,076
2.86%
$94,340
(47)
$98,180
(45)
$83,980
(82)
$94,540
(49)
$90,660
(50)
$79,550
(95)
$96,280
(48)
Master's degree plus experience
46
Optometrists
( 29-1041 )
$89,393
4.91%
$93,720
(50)*
$93,720
(53)*
$86,890
(73)
$82,470
(82)
$93,720
(42)*
$93,720
(47)*
$81,510
(86)
Doctorate
47
Transportation inspectors
( 53-6051 )
$88,495
30.49%
$89,480
(59)*
$89,480
(64)*
$64,090
(183)
NA
NA
$89,480
(52)*
$89,480
(54)*
$108,960
(26)
Postsecondary
48
40
Epidemiologists
( 19-1041 )
$88,450
0.79%
$88,450
(61)*
$88,450
(66)*
$88,450
(69)*
NA
NA
$88,450
(54)*
$88,450
(57)*
$88,450
(64)*
Master's degree
49
Other psychologists
( 19-3039 )
$87,379
3.46%
$91,290
(55)*
$91,290
(59)*
$91,290
(63)*
$63,910
(182)
$91,290
(48)*
$91,290
(51)*
$91,290
(57)*
Master's degree
50
Scientific and technical sales representatives
( 41-4011 )
$87,201
2.49%
$83,270
(79)
$97,520
(47)
$90,480
(64)
$84,330
(71)
$84,630
(73)
$88,500
(56)*
$81,680
(83)
Bachelor's degree
51
Systems software developers
( 15-1133 )
$87,109
2.95%
$84,730
(73)*
$78,690
(108)
$87,770
(71)
$85,320
(69)
$84,730
(71)*
$84,730
(71)*
$103,790
(34)
Bachelor's degree
52
Chemical engineers
( 17-2041 )
$86,865
9.62%
$85,980
(69)*
$85,980
(73)*
$109,260
(30)
NA
NA
$85,980
(66)*
$85,980
(67)*
$68,010
(151)
Bachelor's degree
53
Aerospace engineers
( 17-2011 )
$86,400
NA
$86,400
(66)*
$86,400
(72)*
$86,400
(74)*
NA
NA
$86,400
(64)*
$86,400
(64)*
$86,400
(70)*
Bachelor's degree
54
Postsecondary economics teachers
( 25-1063 )
$86,374
8.84%
$88,440
(62)*
$83,810
(84)
$88,440
(70)*
$78,610
(96)
$88,440
(55)*
$88,440
(58)*
$88,440
(65)*
Doctorate
55
Materials engineers
( 17-2131 )
$86,341
7.2%
$87,050
(65)*
$87,050
(70)*
$87,050
(72)*
$83,700
(76)
$87,050
(61)*
$87,050
(63)*
$85,440
(73)
Bachelor's degree
56
Industrial production managers
( 11-3051 )
$86,324
-0.12%
$74,320
(123)
$90,340
(62)
$96,040
(52)
$82,800
(77)
$88,170
(57)
$86,110
(65)*
$86,490
(69)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
57
Biomedical engineers
( 17-2031 )
$86,203
6.37%
$85,700
(70)*
$85,700
(75)*
$85,700
(76)*
NA
NA
$85,700
(67)*
$85,700
(68)*
$88,720
(62)
Bachelor's degree
58
Electronics engineers
( 17-2072 )
$85,993
-1.6%
$81,070
(92)
$82,740
(89)
$94,060
(53)
$94,230
(51)
$87,990
(58)*
$87,990
(60)*
$73,870
(117)
Bachelor's degree
59
Postsecondary engineering teachers
( 25-1032 )
$85,803
3.66%
$90,360
(58)*
$90,360
(61)*
$90,360
(65)*
NA
NA
$90,360
(51)*
$90,360
(53)*
$63,020
(200)
Doctorate
60
Architects
( 17-1011 )
$85,496
7.2%
$84,830
(71)*
$82,220
(93)
$75,020
(115)
$104,620
(31)
$84,830
(69)*
$84,830
(69)*
$82,120
(82)
Bachelor's degree
61
Computer network architects
( 15-1143 )
$85,279
NA
$83,100
(80)*
$93,260
(56)
$75,570
(113)
$89,730
(56)
$83,100
(77)*
$83,100
(75)*
$89,090
(61)
NA
62
Arbitrators, mediators and conciliators
( 23-1022 )
$84,215
31.59%
$81,440
(90)*
$81,440
(99)*
$98,090
(46)
NA
NA
$81,440
(86)*
$81,440
(86)*
$81,440
(87)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
63
Medical and health-services managers
( 11-9111 )
$84,119
-3.31%
$68,060
(150)
$86,470
(71)
$92,330
(57)
$85,520
(68)
$103,950
(34)
$57,500
(238)
$95,000
(50)
Bachelor's degree
64
Computer and information research scientists
( 15-1111 )
$83,780
1.63%
$83,780
(76)*
$83,780
(85)*
$83,780
(84)*
NA
NA
$83,780
(76)*
$83,780
(74)*
$83,780
(77)*
Doctorate
65
Other engineers
( 17-2199 )
$83,617
8.76%
$82,190
(83)*
$67,360
(167)
$93,600
(55)
$81,490
(87)
$82,190
(81)*
$82,190
(80)*
$96,300
(47)
Bachelor's degree
66
Legal occupations
( 23-0000 )
$83,066
NA
$86,100
(67)
$80,300
(106)
$96,360
(51)
$88,260
(60)
$79,020
(97)
$87,300
(61)*
$64,120
(185)
NA
67
Materials scientists
( 19-2032 )
$83,002
0.5%
$80,910
(93)*
$80,910
(101)*
$80,910
(94)*
NA
NA
$80,910
(88)*
$80,910
(88)*
$93,460
(54)
Bachelor's degree
68
Postsecondary political science teachers
( 25-1065 )
$82,883
9.37%
$86,080
(68)*
$84,120
(82)
$86,080
(75)*
$65,660
(169)
$86,080
(65)*
$86,080
(66)*
$86,080
(72)*
Doctorate
69
Funeral directors
( 11-9061 )
$82,550
NA
$82,550
(82)*
$82,550
(91)*
$82,550
(88)*
NA
NA
$82,550
(80)*
$82,550
(79)*
$82,550
(80)*
Associate degree
70
Orthotists and prosthetists
( 29-2091 )
$82,190
28.68%
$82,190
(84)*
$82,190
(94)*
$82,190
(89)*
NA
NA
$82,190
(82)*
$82,190
(81)*
$82,190
(81)*
Master's degree
71
Other education administrators
( 11-9039 )
$82,057
-6.12%
$81,610
(88)*
$84,060
(83)
$83,970
(83)
NA
NA
$79,480
(94)
$81,610
(84)*
$81,610
(85)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
72
Information security analysts
( 15-1122 )
$82,003
NA
$81,960
(85)*
$65,920
(181)
$81,580
(91)
$82,050
(84)
$81,960
(83)*
$81,960
(82)*
$98,590
(43)
NA
73
Postsecondary anthropology and archeology teachers
( 25-1061 )
$81,640
2.76%
$81,640
(87)*
$81,640
(97)*
$81,640
(90)*
NA
NA
$81,640
(84)*
$81,640
(83)*
$81,640
(84)*
Doctorate
74
Management analysts
( 13-1111 )
$80,869
-2.62%
$93,070
(51)
$82,290
(92)
$65,280
(177)
$97,430
(45)
$64,460
(176)
$72,710
(131)*
$90,840
(58)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
75
Postsecondary biological science teachers
( 25-1042 )
$80,653
3.03%
$79,470
(100)*
$90,460
(60)
$79,470
(100)*
$76,760
(101)
$79,470
(95)*
$79,470
(96)*
$79,470
(91)*
Doctorate
76
Administrative services managers
( 11-3011 )
$80,393
0.94%
$75,390
(117)
$89,300
(65)
$85,280
(78)
$76,530
(102)
$77,910
(102)
$82,870
(76)*
$75,470
(109)
Work experience
77
Postsecondary business teachers
( 25-1011 )
$79,559
5.29%
$81,560
(89)*
$85,820
(74)
$91,540
(60)
$73,720
(120)
$81,560
(85)*
$81,560
(85)*
$61,150
(216)
Doctorate
78
Postsecondary physics teachers
( 25-1054 )
$79,290
0.2%
$81,090
(91)*
$81,090
(100)*
$81,090
(93)*
$68,490
(149)
$81,090
(87)*
$81,090
(87)*
$81,090
(88)*
Doctorate
79
Physician assistants
( 29-1071 )
$79,290
9.08%
$80,010
(98)*
$69,510
(152)
$80,310
(97)
$76,130
(105)
$79,400
(96)
$80,010
(93)*
$89,660
(60)
Master's degree
80
Physical therapists
( 29-1123 )
$78,796
-7.3%
$77,190
(108)
$84,350
(78)
$90,070
(66)
$74,740
(111)
$68,700
(140)
$80,180
(92)*
$76,340
(102)
Doctorate
81
Nurse practitioners
( 29-1171 )
$78,701
NA
$78,010
(104)*
$75,860
(119)
$66,680
(165)
$63,280
(186)
$84,670
(72)
$78,010
(101)*
$104,400
(33)
NA
82
Postsecondary psychology teachers
( 25-1066 )
$78,180
2.32%
$77,230
(107)*
$88,040
(69)
$77,230
(106)*
$73,070
(126)
$77,230
(105)*
$77,230
(104)*
$77,230
(99)*
Doctorate
83
Police and detectives supervisors
( 33-1012 )
$77,447
-1.86%
$80,680
(96)
$74,720
(127)
$96,680
(50)
$82,620
(81)
$58,260
(229)
$82,630
(78)*
$66,540
(167)
Work experience
84
Electrical engineers
( 17-2071 )
$77,440
-8.35%
$71,600
(138)
$73,960
(130)
$85,650
(77)
$74,070
(116)
$78,900
(98)*
$78,900
(97)*
$79,000
(93)
Bachelor's degree
85
Environmental engineers
( 17-2081 )
$77,386
-2.65%
$73,660
(129)*
$75,130
(123)
$71,290
(137)
$86,070
(65)
$74,760
(120)
$73,660
(125)*
$87,130
(68)
Bachelor's degree
86
Sales engineers
( 41-9031 )
$76,701
-1.11%
$76,290
(112)*
$93,400
(55)
$73,100
(126)
$68,400
(150)
$76,290
(111)*
$76,290
(108)*
$73,140
(123)
Bachelor's degree
87
Computer systems analysts
( 15-1121 )
$76,549
1.36%
$112,110
(25)
$68,230
(160)
$72,250
(133)
$71,180
(132)
$61,580
(197)
$71,480
(135)*
$79,010
(92)
Bachelor's degree
88
Postsecondary history teachers
( 25-1125 )
$76,147
1.17%
$77,310
(106)*
$81,630
(98)
$77,310
(105)*
$64,850
(173)
$77,310
(104)*
$77,310
(103)*
$77,310
(98)*
Doctorate
89
Postsecondary nursing instructors and teachers
( 25-1072 )
$76,019
-0.38%
$74,840
(120)*
$74,840
(125)*
$82,940
(85)
$74,990
(109)
$74,840
(118)*
$74,840
(118)*
$74,840
(112)*
Master's degree
90
Software applications developers
( 15-1132 )
$75,914
-3.99%
$62,990
(187)
$83,120
(87)
$77,320
(104)
$73,390
(122)
$66,130
(165)
$80,490
(91)*
$87,960
(67)
Bachelor's degree
91
34
Hydrologists
( 19-2043 )
$75,850
-17.56%
$76,380
(111)*
$76,380
(118)*
$73,200
(125)
NA
NA
$76,380
(109)*
$76,380
(107)*
$76,380
(101)*
Master's degree
92
Other physical scientists
( 19-2099 )
$75,620
-0.3%
$75,620
(116)*
$75,620
(122)*
$75,620
(112)*
NA
NA
$75,620
(116)*
$75,620
(114)*
$75,620
(108)*
Bachelor's degree
93
Industrial engineers
( 17-2112 )
$75,331
1.91%
$71,720
(137)
$70,610
(145)
$81,280
(92)
$71,280
(131)
$82,650
(79)
$76,160
(109)*
$73,620
(118)
Bachelor's degree
94
Civil engineers
( 17-2051 )
$75,156
2.49%
$83,720
(77)
$76,740
(115)
$75,570
(114)
$74,550
(112)
$67,480
(148)
$75,400
(116)*
$72,630
(127)
Bachelor's degree
95
Environmental science teachers, postsecondary
( 25-1053 )
$75,010
NA
$75,010
(119)*
$75,010
(124)*
$75,010
(116)*
NA
NA
$75,010
(117)*
$75,010
(117)*
$75,010
(111)*
Doctorate
96
Insurance sales agents
( 41-3021 )
$74,746
8.87%
$68,930
(146)
$90,040
(63)
$93,120
(56)
$73,980
(117)
$65,220
(169)
$76,130
(110)*
$55,800
(264)
Medium-term on-the-job training
97
Other biological scientists
( 19-1029 )
$74,450
-0.57%
$74,450
(122)*
$74,450
(128)*
$74,450
(118)*
NA
NA
$74,450
(121)*
$74,450
(121)*
$74,450
(114)*
Doctorate
98
Administrative law judges, adjudicators and hearing officers
( 23-1021 )
$73,915
11.61%
$76,080
(113)*
$56,330
(259)
$82,840
(86)
NA
NA
$76,080
(112)*
$76,080
(111)*
$76,080
(105)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
99
Commercial pilots
( 53-2012 )
$73,847
-4.98%
$77,030
(109)*
$77,030
(114)*
$75,770
(109)
NA
NA
$77,030
(106)*
$77,030
(105)*
$59,190
(234)
Long-term on-the-job training
100
Postsecondary philosophy and religion teachers
( 25-1126 )
$73,197
5%
$78,110
(103)*
$78,470
(109)
$78,110
(103)*
$43,360
(411)
$78,110
(100)*
$78,110
(100)*
$78,110
(97)*
Doctorate
101
Postsecondary criminal justice and law enforcement teachers
( 25-1111 )
$73,183
-1.88%
$73,160
(133)*
$73,160
(135)*
$73,300
(123)
NA
NA
$73,160
(128)*
$73,160
(129)*
$73,160
(122)*
Doctorate
102
Detectives and criminal investigators
( 33-3021 )
$72,759
3.6%
$74,030
(127)*
$69,140
(156)
$76,950
(107)
$68,970
(144)
$74,030
(123)*
$74,030
(123)*
$72,160
(131)
Work experience
103
Mechanical engineers
( 17-2141 )
$72,443
0.7%
$66,080
(169)
$80,560
(105)
$74,130
(119)
$72,080
(128)
$70,440
(136)
$74,490
(120)*
$69,320
(144)
Bachelor's degree
104
Postsecondary English language and literature teachers
( 25-1123 )
$72,137
2.16%
$70,880
(140)*
$83,160
(86)
$70,880
(138)*
$67,400
(155)
$70,880
(134)*
$70,880
(137)*
$70,880
(139)*
Doctorate
105
Postsecondary foreign language and literature teachers
( 25-1124 )
$72,117
4.24%
$74,120
(126)*
$77,950
(112)
$74,120
(120)*
$56,270
(249)
$74,120
(122)*
$74,120
(122)*
$74,120
(115)*
Doctorate
106
Postsecondary mathematical science teachers
( 25-1022 )
$72,009
1.89%
$72,010
(136)*
$82,930
(88)
$66,490
(168)
$66,600
(164)
$72,010
(131)*
$72,010
(134)*
$72,010
(132)*
Doctorate
107
Network and computer systems administrators
( 15-1142 )
$71,891
4.07%
$74,190
(125)
$76,510
(117)
$72,920
(127)
$64,870
(171)
$76,510
(108)
$72,490
(132)*
$65,750
(174)
Bachelor's degree
108
Postsecondary chemistry teachers
( 25-1052 )
$71,616
-1.43%
$70,540
(141)*
$78,080
(111)
$70,540
(139)*
$70,530
(136)
$70,540
(135)*
$70,540
(138)*
$70,540
(140)*
Doctorate
109
Speech-language pathologists
( 29-1127 )
$71,417
-6%
$69,470
(144)*
$69,240
(154)
$70,080
(141)
$71,350
(130)
$79,780
(92)
$69,470
(142)*
$70,530
(141)
Master's degree
110
Occupational therapists
( 29-1122 )
$71,323
-4.77%
$75,370
(118)
$81,650
(96)
$70,160
(140)
$67,150
(159)
$66,340
(164)
$70,520
(139)*
$68,070
(149)
Master's degree
111
Financial examiners
( 13-2061 )
$71,083
-7.34%
$72,980
(134)*
$72,980
(136)*
$71,810
(134)
$60,870
(204)
$72,980
(129)*
$72,980
(130)*
$72,980
(124)*
Bachelor's degree
112
Chiropractors
( 29-1011 )
$70,776
-5.88%
$68,130
(149)*
$55,860
(263)
$68,130
(148)*
$99,180
(40)
$68,130
(143)*
$68,130
(149)*
$67,870
(152)
Doctorate
113
Postsecondary sociology teachers
( 25-1067 )
$70,467
0.38%
$68,230
(148)*
$84,200
(79)
$68,230
(147)*
$67,920
(154)
$68,230
(142)*
$68,230
(146)*
$68,230
(147)*
Doctorate
114
Personal financial advisers
( 13-2052 )
$70,211
-6.15%
$68,330
(147)*
$73,180
(134)
$72,870
(128)
$80,040
(91)
$68,330
(141)*
$68,330
(145)*
$60,400
(223)
Bachelor's degree
115
Other financial specialists
( 13-2099 )
$69,820
2.13%
$69,580
(143)*
$71,670
(141)
$67,590
(153)
$68,840
(145)
$69,580
(139)*
$69,580
(141)*
$71,900
(134)
Bachelor's degree
116
Logisticians
( 13-1081 )
$69,199
-5.09%
$73,420
(130)*
$77,490
(113)
$60,490
(219)
$59,500
(213)
$67,410
(151)
$73,420
(126)*
$72,660
(126)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
117
Other business operations specialists
( 13-1199 )
$68,461
-0.68%
$81,810
(86)
$68,460
(159)
$67,690
(152)
$58,680
(225)
$61,560
(198)
$68,570
(144)*
$72,460
(128)
Long-term on-the-job training
118
Insurance underwriters
( 13-2053 )
$68,090
1.51%
$63,470
(186)*
$72,440
(137)
$60,730
(216)
$74,270
(115)
$63,470
(186)*
$63,470
(185)*
$78,780
(95)
Bachelor's degree
119
First-line supervisors and managers of fire fighting and prevention workers
( 33-1021 )
$68,015
-0.91%
$66,930
(162)*
$66,930
(171)*
$68,000
(151)
NA
NA
$66,930
(155)*
$66,930
(160)*
$72,370
(129)
postsecondary plus experience
120
Financial analysts
( 13-2051 )
$67,741
1.99%
$66,470
(167)*
$65,990
(179)
$66,900
(159)
$74,320
(114)
$66,470
(162)*
$66,470
(165)*
$67,570
(153)
Bachelor's degree
121
Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers
( 19-2042 )
$67,724
-1.59%
$67,180
(157)*
$67,180
(168)*
$67,560
(155)
$70,610
(135)
$67,180
(152)*
$67,180
(157)*
$67,180
(159)*
Bachelor's degree
122
Life scientists, all other
( 19-1099 )
$67,570
NA
$67,570
(153)*
$67,570
(166)*
$67,570
(154)*
NA
NA
$67,570
(146)*
$67,570
(153)*
$67,570
(154)*
Bachelor's degree
123
Audiologists
( 29-1181 )
$67,540
-4.07%
$67,630
(152)*
$67,630
(163)*
$66,880
(160)
$68,070
(151)
$67,630
(145)*
$67,630
(151)*
$67,310
(157)
Doctorate
124
Database administrators
( 15-1141 )
$67,521
2.4%
$61,990
(200)
$68,880
(157)
$66,670
(166)
$68,570
(147)
$73,820
(125)
$68,890
(143)*
$63,830
(191)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
125
Postsecondary computer science teachers
( 25-1021 )
$67,454
-5.08%
$67,000
(160)*
$69,770
(149)
$72,420
(131)
$73,290
(123)
$67,000
(154)*
$67,000
(159)*
$55,700
(265)
Doctorate
126
Operations research analysts
( 15-2031 )
$67,333
-15.73%
$67,070
(158)*
$72,030
(140)
$60,020
(224)
$82,000
(85)
$56,070
(255)
$67,070
(158)*
$67,070
(161)*
Bachelor's degree
127
Health and safety engineers
( 17-2111 )
$67,296
-4.34%
$67,420
(155)*
$73,560
(131)
$68,080
(149)
$69,000
(143)
$67,420
(150)*
$67,420
(155)*
$58,170
(242)
Bachelor's degree
128
Computer and mathematical occupations
( 15-0000 )
$67,276
NA
$62,580
(191)
$70,800
(144)
$69,220
(143)
$64,850
(172)
$57,100
(240)
$75,470
(115)
$70,910
(138)
NA
129
Postsecondary social work teachers
( 25-1113 )
$67,199
1.14%
$66,760
(165)*
$66,760
(174)*
$66,660
(167)
$69,930
(139)
$66,760
(159)*
$66,760
(163)*
$66,760
(165)*
Doctorate
130
Other media and communication equipment workers
( 27-4099 )
$67,186
-4.36%
$68,030
(151)*
$68,030
(161)*
$68,030
(150)*
$62,120
(193)
$68,030
(144)*
$68,030
(150)*
$68,030
(150)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
131
Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations
( 29-0000 )
$67,177
NA
$69,300
(145)
$69,920
(148)
$68,850
(144)
$70,420
(137)
$76,300
(110)
$43,470
(403)
$71,980
(133)
NA
132
Historians
( 19-3093 )
$66,865
1.55%
$65,800
(170)*
$72,190
(139)
$65,800
(171)*
NA
NA
$65,800
(166)*
$65,800
(167)*
$65,800
(173)*
Master's degree
133
Postsecondary art, drama and music teachers
( 25-1121 )
$66,714
-3.25%
$67,440
(154)*
$70,540
(146)
$67,440
(157)*
$59,260
(217)
$67,440
(149)*
$67,440
(154)*
$67,440
(155)*
Doctorate
134
Postmasters and mail superintendents
( 11-9131 )
$66,639
-1.62%
$61,620
(202)
$64,750
(191)*
$78,410
(101)
$64,480
(177)
$62,170
(195)
$68,180
(148)
$66,860
(162)
Work experience
135
Clinical, counseling and school psychologists
( 19-3031 )
$66,436
-2.96%
$79,300
(101)
$62,070
(208)
$71,740
(135)
$65,660
(168)
$66,860
(156)*
$62,460
(190)
$56,960
(256)
Doctorate
136
First-line supervisors and managers of construction trades and extraction workers
( 47-1011 )
$66,277
11.04%
$80,030
(97)
$62,350
(207)
$65,530
(174)
$64,520
(176)
$59,980
(211)
$67,600
(152)
$63,930
(190)
Work experience
137
Securities and finacial-services sales agents
( 41-3031 )
$66,234
-0.09%
$59,070
(228)
$67,580
(165)
$59,570
(228)
$60,610
(207)
$75,780
(113)
$68,220
(147)*
$72,810
(125)
Bachelor's degree
138
Chemists
( 19-2031 )
$65,776
7.88%
$60,520
(212)*
$85,050
(76)
$54,980
(280)
$76,460
(104)
$59,850
(216)
$60,520
(206)*
$63,050
(199)
Bachelor's degree
139
Powerhouse, substation and relay electrical and electronics repairers
( 49-2095 )
$65,660
-0.74%
$65,660
(171)*
$65,660
(183)*
$65,660
(173)*
NA
NA
$65,660
(167)*
$65,660
(168)*
$65,660
(175)*
Postsecondary
140
Other health diagnosing and treating practitioners
( 29-1199 )
$65,140
-0.02%
$65,140
(173)*
$65,140
(187)*
$65,140
(179)*
NA
NA
$65,140
(172)*
$65,140
(171)*
$65,140
(178)*
Master's degree
141
Food scientists and technologists
( 19-1012 )
$64,927
-7.48%
$65,200
(172)*
$65,200
(185)*
$65,200
(178)*
$63,290
(185)
$65,200
(170)*
$65,200
(170)*
$65,200
(177)*
Bachelor's degree
142
Landscape architects
( 17-1012 )
$64,873
2.84%
$64,800
(175)*
$64,800
(189)*
$58,270
(241)
$68,560
(148)
$64,800
(174)*
$64,800
(173)*
$68,080
(148)
Bachelor's degree
143
Architecture and engineering occupations
( 17-0000 )
$64,713
NA
$67,230
(156)
$68,570
(158)
$72,750
(129)
$70,690
(134)
$67,520
(147)
$39,020
(482)
$67,210
(158)
NA
144
Web Developers
( 15-1134 )
$64,050
NA
$64,960
(174)*
$65,940
(180)
$64,250
(182)
$55,880
(252)
$64,960
(173)*
$64,960
(172)*
$67,400
(156)
NA
145
Other artists and related workers
( 27-1019 )
$63,980
-9.24%
$63,980
(178)*
$63,980
(193)*
$63,980
(185)*
NA
NA
$63,980
(179)*
$63,980
(177)*
$63,980
(187)*
Long-term on-the-job training
146
Psychiatric technicians
( 29-2053 )
$63,930
11.26%
$63,930
(180)*
$63,930
(195)*
$63,930
(186)*
NA
NA
$63,930
(181)*
$63,930
(179)*
$63,930
(189)*
Postsecondary
147
Postsecondary communications teachers
( 25-1122 )
$63,818
-4.79%
$62,670
(190)*
$69,560
(151)
$62,670
(196)*
NA
NA
$62,670
(190)*
$62,670
(188)*
$62,670
(205)*
Doctorate
148
Postsecondary area, ethnic and cultural studies teachers
( 25-1062 )
$63,500
1.28%
$63,500
(185)*
$63,500
(198)*
$63,500
(191)*
NA
NA
$63,500
(185)*
$63,500
(184)*
$63,500
(195)*
Doctorate
149
Nuclear medicine technologists
( 29-2033 )
$63,099
-2.15%
$62,550
(192)*
$62,550
(206)*
$62,070
(201)
$67,980
(153)
$62,550
(191)*
$62,550
(189)*
$61,440
(212)
Associate degree
150
Middle school vocational education teachers
( 25-2023 )
$62,969
8.94%
$62,880
(188)*
$62,880
(201)*
$63,300
(193)
$63,080
(189)
$62,880
(188)*
$62,880
(186)*
$62,880
(201)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
151
Magnetic resonance imaging technologists
( 29-2035 )
$62,909
NA
$64,780
(176)*
$64,780
(190)*
$64,780
(181)*
$51,680
(291)
$64,780
(175)*
$64,780
(174)*
$64,780
(180)*
NA
152
Postsecondary recreation and fitness studies teachers
( 25-1193 )
$62,902
-4.86%
$63,960
(179)*
$63,960
(194)*
$57,610
(249)
NA
NA
$63,960
(180)*
$63,960
(178)*
$63,960
(188)*
Master's degree
153
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health
( 19-2041 )
$62,764
-3.77%
$63,540
(183)*
$67,940
(162)
$62,020
(202)
$58,260
(229)
$54,330
(271)
$63,540
(182)*
$69,720
(142)
Bachelor's degree
154
Budget analysts
( 13-2031 )
$62,653
-1.04%
$63,500
(184)*
$66,420
(176)
$62,190
(200)
$57,040
(238)
$63,500
(184)*
$63,500
(183)*
$62,420
(208)
Bachelor's degree
155
Postsecondary education teachers
( 25-1081 )
$62,344
-2.78%
$62,740
(189)*
$62,740
(202)*
$62,740
(195)*
$59,970
(211)
$62,740
(189)*
$62,740
(187)*
$62,740
(203)*
Doctorate
156
Curators
( 25-4012 )
$62,071
10.95%
$64,410
(177)*
$64,410
(192)*
$65,500
(176)
$46,950
(348)
$64,410
(178)*
$64,410
(176)*
$64,410
(182)*
Master's degree
157
Power plant operators
( 51-8013 )
$61,959
3.09%
$60,890
(207)*
$55,370
(272)
$60,890
(214)*
$73,890
(119)
$60,890
(203)*
$60,890
(200)*
$60,890
(219)*
Long-term on-the-job training
158
Secondary school career and technical education teachers
( 25-2032 )
$61,844
3.11%
$62,210
(196)*
$61,170
(213)
$63,910
(187)
$59,420
(214)
$62,210
(193)*
$62,210
(191)*
$61,780
(210)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
159
Other community and social service specialists
( 21-1099 )
$61,813
NA
$63,700
(181)*
$52,380
(293)
$63,700
(189)*
NA
NA
$63,700
(182)*
$63,700
(180)*
$63,700
(192)*
Bachelor's degree
160
Elevator installers and repairers
( 47-4021 )
$61,610
5.7%
$61,610
(203)*
$61,610
(210)*
$61,610
(204)*
NA
NA
$61,610
(196)*
$61,610
(194)*
$61,610
(211)*
Long-term on-the-job training
161
Foresters
( 19-1032 )
$61,360
9.16%
$61,360
(205)*
$61,360
(212)*
$61,360
(207)*
NA
NA
$61,360
(200)*
$61,360
(196)*
$61,360
(214)*
Bachelor's degree
162
Life, physical, and social science occupations
( 19-0000 )
$60,933
NA
$60,870
(209)
$71,590
(142)
$58,780
(238)
$60,680
(206)
$63,350
(187)
$48,800
(324)
$62,460
(207)
NA
163
Diagnostic medical sonographers
( 29-2032 )
$60,871
-0.3%
$60,510
(213)*
$60,510
(217)*
$57,730
(247)
$63,270
(187)
$60,510
(205)*
$60,510
(207)*
$63,060
(198)
Associate degree
164
Art directors
( 27-1011 )
$60,743
-9.6%
$59,870
(221)*
$59,870
(228)*
$64,000
(184)
$61,850
(195)
$59,870
(215)*
$59,870
(218)*
$59,870
(229)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
165
Market research analysts and marketing specialists
( 13-1161 )
$60,736
0.57%
$74,190
(124)
$61,050
(215)
$63,200
(194)
$55,640
(256)
$53,630
(277)
$60,290
(214)*
$57,150
(253)
Bachelor's degree
166
Police and sheriff's patrol officers
( 33-3051 )
$60,727
3.91%
$59,170
(226)
$58,180
(242)
$65,520
(175)
$65,330
(170)
$56,540
(250)
$60,380
(211)
$59,970
(227)
Medium-term on-the-job training
167
Dental hygienists
( 29-2021 )
$60,676
-0.2%
$66,930
(161)
$56,750
(255)
$66,850
(161)
$61,820
(196)
$56,340
(251)
$61,210
(198)*
$54,830
(272)
Associate degree
168
Statisticians
( 15-2041 )
$60,650
0.84%
$58,960
(231)*
$63,210
(200)
$57,680
(248)
NA
NA
$58,960
(224)*
$58,960
(229)*
$66,130
(170)
Master's degree
169
Kindergarten and elementary special education teachers
( 25-2052 )
$60,631
NA
$61,840
(201)*
$53,170
(285)
$57,090
(258)
$57,940
(230)
$61,000
(201)
$61,840
(193)*
$71,540
(135)
Bachelor's degree
170
Middle school teachers
( 25-2022 )
$60,604
5.2%
$62,180
(197)*
$56,780
(254)
$61,130
(210)
$57,090
(235)
$62,180
(194)*
$62,180
(192)*
$62,690
(204)
Bachelor's degree
171
Accountants and auditors
( 13-2011 )
$60,577
1.68%
$57,890
(237)
$70,480
(147)
$61,590
(205)
$61,730
(197)
$56,180
(254)
$47,620
(341)
$68,550
(145)
Bachelor's degree
172
Reinforcing iron and rebar workers
( 47-2171 )
$60,468
-4.11%
$60,490
(215)*
$60,490
(219)*
$60,490
(220)*
NA
NA
$60,490
(207)*
$60,490
(209)*
$60,360
(225)
Long-term on-the-job training
173
Social and community service managers
( 11-9151 )
$60,299
3.91%
$51,820
(291)
$69,190
(155)
$65,040
(180)
$58,990
(221)
$70,360
(137)
$59,250
(223)*
$47,440
(347)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
174
Electrical power-line installers and repairers
( 49-9051 )
$60,059
-0.29%
$57,050
(245)
$65,580
(184)
$58,040
(243)*
$56,570
(245)
$58,040
(231)*
$58,040
(234)*
$67,090
(160)
Long-term on-the-job training
175
Loan officers
( 13-2072 )
$59,901
3.81%
$67,030
(159)
$55,300
(273)
$59,380
(230)
$58,350
(227)
$55,710
(256)
$59,320
(222)*
$64,220
(184)
Medium-term on-the-job training
176
Technical writers
( 27-3042 )
$59,769
-0.77%
$59,040
(229)*
$59,040
(234)
$61,270
(209)
$63,730
(183)
$59,040
(222)*
$59,040
(227)*
$57,220
(251)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
177
First-line supervisors and managers of mechanics, installers and repairers
( 49-1011 )
$59,719
-1.9%
$49,530
(314)
$62,580
(205)
$60,780
(215)
$64,310
(180)
$59,900
(214)
$57,820
(237)
$63,110
(197)
Work experience
178
Other legal support workers
( 23-2099 )
$59,618
3.48%
$60,490
(214)*
$60,490
(218)*
$55,260
(276)
NA
NA
$60,490
(206)*
$60,490
(208)*
$60,490
(221)*
Short-term on-the-job training
179
Property, real estate and community association managers
( 11-9141 )
$59,580
-4.66%
$60,870
(208)*
$56,340
(258)
$68,720
(145)
$61,630
(198)
$51,560
(298)
$60,870
(201)*
$57,070
(254)
Work experience
180
First-line supervisors and managers of correctional officers
( 33-1011 )
$59,530
17.09%
$59,530
(224)*
$59,530
(230)*
$59,530
(229)*
NA
NA
$59,530
(219)*
$59,530
(221)*
$59,530
(231)*
Work experience
181
Secondary school teachers
( 25-2031 )
$59,426
0.21%
$60,090
(219)*
$55,400
(271)
$58,350
(240)
$59,390
(215)
$57,690
(235)
$60,090
(216)*
$64,970
(179)
Bachelor's degree
182
Business and financial operations occupations
( 13-0000 )
$59,416
NA
$62,440
(193)
$65,890
(182)
$59,270
(231)
$59,190
(218)
$57,400
(237)
$47,180
(346)
$64,540
(181)
NA
183
Secondary school special education teachers
( 25-2054 )
$59,291
2.12%
$60,530
(211)*
$57,500
(246)
$55,990
(268)
$55,140
(263)
$62,480
(192)
$60,530
(205)*
$62,870
(202)
Bachelor's degree
184
Farm products purchasing agents and buyers
( 13-1021 )
$59,121
0.28%
$57,870
(238)*
$57,870
(244)*
$57,870
(245)*
$66,630
(163)
$57,870
(233)*
$57,870
(236)*
$57,870
(245)*
Long-term on-the-job training
185
Architecture teachers, postsecondary
( 25-1031 )
$59,120
NA
$59,120
(227)*
$59,120
(232)*
$59,120
(234)
NA
NA
$59,120
(221)*
$59,120
(225)*
$59,120
(236)*
Doctorate
186
Credit analysts
( 13-2041 )
$59,074
1.15%
$62,070
(198)
$55,960
(261)
$54,760
(281)
$70,170
(138)
$56,200
(252)*
$56,200
(250)*
$58,160
(243)
Bachelor's degree
187
Sales representatives
( 41-4012 )
$59,016
0.04%
$58,740
(233)
$60,280
(222)
$61,350
(208)
$57,070
(236)
$56,960
(242)
$52,330
(280)
$66,380
(169)
Medium-term on-the-job training
188
Elementary school teachers
( 25-2021 )
$58,920
-0.16%
$55,480
(257)
$58,080
(243)
$56,670
(260)
$59,280
(216)
$59,960
(212)
$58,940
(230)*
$64,030
(186)
Bachelor's degree
189
Respiratory therapists
( 29-1126 )
$58,687
2.09%
$59,580
(223)*
$55,540
(267)
$62,370
(199)
$56,390
(247)
$59,580
(218)*
$59,580
(220)*
$57,770
(246)
Associate degree
190
Human-resources specialists
( 13-1071 )
$58,619
NA
$54,250
(268)
$58,940
(236)
$61,090
(211)
$53,110
(279)
$56,840
(246)
$60,790
(202)*
$65,310
(176)
Bachelor's degree
191
Food service managers
( 11-9051 )
$58,596
4.15%
$46,070
(365)
$54,950
(279)
$54,020
(288)
$59,150
(220)
$55,440
(261)
$64,430
(175)*
$76,110
(104)
Work experience
192
Instructional coordinators
( 25-9031 )
$58,570
4.69%
$56,470
(252)
$52,650
(291)
$63,360
(192)
$61,270
(201)
$66,520
(161)
$59,040
(226)*
$50,680
(306)
Master's degree plus experience
193
Middle school special education teachers,
( 25-2053 )
$58,551
-6.02%
$60,710
(210)*
$47,710
(345)
$58,140
(242)
$62,890
(190)
$60,710
(204)*
$60,710
(204)*
$58,990
(238)
Bachelor's degree
194
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door
( 49-9012 )
$58,394
17.43%
$60,220
(218)*
$60,220
(224)*
$60,220
(223)*
$47,440
(342)
$60,220
(210)*
$60,220
(215)*
$60,220
(226)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
195
Boilermakers
( 47-2011 )
$58,267
NA
$59,780
(222)*
$59,780
(229)*
$59,780
(227)*
$49,190
(315)
$59,780
(217)*
$59,780
(219)*
$59,780
(230)*
Long-term on-the-job training
196
Compliance officers
( 13-1041 )
$57,919
-0.32%
$53,800
(271)
$62,630
(204)
$60,490
(218)
$50,660
(300)
$52,820
(281)
$60,720
(203)*
$64,310
(183)
Bachelor's degree
197
Soil and plant scientists
( 19-1013 )
$57,846
-1.12%
$58,410
(235)*
$58,410
(241)*
$60,610
(217)
$52,260
(286)
$58,410
(228)*
$58,410
(233)*
$58,410
(241)*
Bachelor's degree
198
Cost estimators
( 13-1051 )
$57,831
2.11%
$49,400
(318)
$61,080
(214)
$67,490
(156)
$58,520
(226)
$58,910
(226)
$50,270
(307)
$59,150
(235)
Bachelor's degree
199
Purchasing agents
( 13-1023 )
$57,829
0.26%
$53,760
(275)
$67,030
(170)
$57,430
(251)
$53,600
(273)
$52,140
(292)
$60,290
(213)*
$60,550
(220)
Long-term on-the-job training
200
Other postsecondary teachers
( 25-1199 )
$57,340
-9.5%
$57,340
(241)*
$57,340
(249)*
$57,340
(255)*
NA
NA
$57,340
(238)*
$57,340
(242)*
$57,340
(248)*
Doctorate
201
Fundraisers
( 13-1131 )
$57,176
NA
$58,020
(236)*
$43,750
(411)
$72,560
(130)
$58,330
(228)
$58,020
(232)*
$58,020
(235)*
$51,530
(292)
NA
202
Microbiologists
( 19-1022 )
$57,137
0.46%
$57,290
(242)*
$57,290
(251)*
$56,370
(264)
NA
NA
$57,290
(239)*
$57,290
(243)*
$57,290
(249)*
Bachelor's degree
203
Claims adjusters, examiners and investigators
( 13-1031 )
$56,986
7.95%
$56,910
(246)*
$58,710
(239)
$55,910
(269)
$52,230
(287)
$56,910
(243)*
$56,910
(244)*
$61,320
(215)
Long-term on-the-job training
204
Structural iron and steel workers
( 47-2221 )
$56,983
6.42%
$58,670
(234)*
$58,670
(240)*
$66,180
(170)
$45,420
(375)
$52,600
(286)
$58,670
(232)*
$58,670
(240)*
Long-term on-the-job training
205
Other services sales representatives
( 41-3099 )
$56,656
0.5%
$47,620
(339)
$66,120
(178)
$59,050
(236)
$48,700
(323)
$50,250
(313)
$61,350
(197)*
$63,500
(196)
Short-term on-the-job training
206
Compensation, benefits and job analysis specialists
( 13-1141 )
$56,339
2.15%
$57,380
(240)*
$55,770
(264)
$57,730
(246)
$58,770
(222)
$54,000
(273)
$57,380
(241)*
$53,340
(279)
Bachelor's degree
207
Private detectives and investigators
( 33-9021 )
$56,303
-8.43%
$56,910
(247)*
$56,910
(252)*
$53,270
(296)
NA
NA
$56,910
(244)*
$56,910
(245)*
$56,910
(257)*
postsecondary plus experience
208
Occupational health and safety specialists
( 29-9011 )
$56,263
0.27%
$51,050
(298)*
$63,790
(196)
$46,600
(370)
$64,380
(178)
$51,050
(304)*
$51,050
(295)*
$65,920
(171)
Bachelor's degree
209
Librarians
( 25-4021 )
$56,201
3.19%
$55,290
(260)
$56,070
(260)
$53,940
(290)
$60,800
(205)
$55,470
(260)
$55,310
(256)
$56,530
(260)
Master's degree
210
Multi-media artists and animators
( 27-1014 )
$56,123
14.17%
$59,020
(230)*
$59,020
(235)*
$54,020
(289)
$43,740
(404)
$59,020
(223)*
$59,020
(228)*
$59,020
(237)*
Bachelor's degree
211
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists
( 29-2011 )
$55,780
6.03%
$56,200
(253)*
$60,240
(223)
$57,260
(257)
$57,670
(231)
$56,200
(253)*
$56,200
(251)*
$46,690
(354)
Bachelor's degree
212
Kindergarten teachers
( 25-2012 )
$55,696
-3.06%
$55,220
(262)*
$55,020
(278)
$53,080
(298)
$48,910
(321)
$65,190
(171)
$55,220
(260)*
$57,230
(250)
Bachelor's degree
213
Electrical and electronics drafters
( 17-3012 )
$55,666
4.99%
$56,840
(249)*
$55,710
(265)
$57,970
(244)
$49,640
(307)
$56,840
(247)*
$56,840
(247)*
$55,820
(263)
Associate degree
214
Avionics technicians
( 49-2091 )
$55,520
8.78%
$55,520
(256)*
$55,520
(268)*
$55,520
(272)*
NA
NA
$55,520
(259)*
$55,520
(253)*
$55,520
(267)*
Postsecondary
215
Therapists, all other
( 29-1129 )
$55,420
NA
$55,420
(258)*
$55,420
(269)*
$55,420
(273)*
NA
NA
$55,420
(262)*
$55,420
(254)*
$55,420
(268)*
Bachelor's degree
216
Court reporters
( 23-2091 )
$55,413
5.64%
$55,270
(261)*
$55,270
(274)*
$55,270
(275)*
NA
NA
$55,270
(264)*
$55,270
(258)*
$56,130
(261)
Short-term on-the-job training
217
First-line supervisors and managers of farming, fishing and forestry workers
( 45-1011 )
$54,979
-3.1%
$57,470
(239)*
$57,470
(247)*
$57,470
(250)*
$40,030
(460)
$57,470
(236)*
$57,470
(239)*
$57,470
(247)*
Work experience
218
Educational, vocational and school counselors
( 21-1012 )
$54,906
-0.69%
$53,520
(278)
$51,420
(303)
$54,430
(284)
$57,210
(234)
$54,690
(270)
$51,980
(284)
$61,090
(217)
Master's degree
219
Real estate appraisers and assessors
( 13-2021 )
$54,881
-0.32%
$56,700
(250)*
$56,700
(256)*
$53,340
(295)
$40,350
(457)
$56,700
(248)*
$56,700
(248)*
$63,680
(193)
Long-term on-the-job training
220
Surveyors
( 17-1022 )
$54,599
-1.68%
$54,300
(267)*
$50,880
(311)
$62,480
(197)
$55,140
(262)
$54,300
(272)*
$54,300
(266)*
$50,790
(304)
Bachelor's degree
221
Public relations specialists
( 27-3031 )
$54,516
-0.99%
$57,130
(243)
$54,880
(280)
$57,400
(253)
$56,840
(241)
$52,070
(293)
$55,280
(257)*
$48,010
(338)
Bachelor's degree
222
Training and development specialists
( 13-1151 )
$54,199
2.06%
$51,860
(290)
$51,610
(300)
$53,520
(294)
$53,570
(275)
$54,790
(269)*
$54,790
(264)*
$59,250
(232)
Bachelor's degree
223
Cartographers and photogrammetrists
( 17-1021 )
$54,074
10.65%
$53,790
(274)*
$53,790
(283)*
$53,790
(292)*
$55,780
(253)
$53,790
(276)*
$53,790
(270)*
$53,790
(277)*
Bachelor's degree
224
Wholesale and retail buyers
( 13-1022 )
$53,999
-0.19%
$51,450
(295)
$55,910
(262)
$51,360
(315)
$51,100
(295)
$64,410
(177)
$53,670
(271)*
$50,090
(310)
Long-term on-the-job training
225
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers
( 49-2022 )
$53,456
6.34%
$54,050
(269)*
$45,800
(371)
$61,630
(203)
$52,020
(288)
$52,590
(287)
$54,050
(267)*
$54,050
(274)*
Postsecondary
226
Radiologic technologists and technicians
( 29-2034 )
$53,383
NA
$53,540
(277)*
$46,660
(358)
$54,030
(287)
$55,590
(258)
$57,730
(234)
$53,540
(273)*
$52,590
(284)
Associate degree
227
First-line supervisors and managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators
( 53-1031 )
$53,156
-1.53%
$45,210
(375)
$59,090
(233)
$57,360
(254)
$56,090
(250)
$50,330
(312)
$45,970
(367)
$58,040
(244)
Work experience
228
Commercial and industrial designers
( 27-1021 )
$53,133
-0.8%
$40,200
(448)
$57,680
(245)
$53,220
(297)*
$57,410
(233)
$53,220
(279)*
$53,220
(274)*
$56,980
(255)
Bachelor's degree
229
Writers and authors
( 27-3043 )
$53,070
-7.79%
$55,040
(265)*
$55,040
(277)*
$61,060
(212)
$37,640
(494)
$55,040
(268)*
$55,040
(263)*
$52,630
(283)
Bachelor's degree
230
Producers and directors
( 27-2012 )
$52,713
-3.59%
$38,870
(478)
$36,380
(528)
$45,230
(387)
$56,610
(244)
$47,660
(346)*
$47,660
(339)*
$96,580
(45)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
231
Other social workers
( 21-1029 )
$52,630
8.47%
$52,700
(281)*
$63,440
(199)
$59,010
(237)
NA
NA
$52,700
(285)*
$52,700
(277)*
$35,230
(539)
Bachelor's degree
232
Education, training, and library occupations
( 25-0000 )
$52,584
NA
$52,000
(288)
$58,760
(237)
$62,440
(198)
$48,060
(329)
$52,500
(288)
$45,810
(369)
$48,520
(331)
NA
233
Other plant and system operators
( 51-8099 )
$52,465
0.21%
$52,200
(286)*
$46,160
(367)
$52,200
(308)*
NA
NA
$49,380
(323)
$52,200
(283)*
$62,650
(206)
Long-term on-the-job training
234
Athletic trainers
( 29-9091 )
$52,380
11.12%
$53,560
(276)*
$53,560
(284)*
$45,500
(384)
$45,010
(381)
$53,560
(278)*
$53,560
(272)*
$61,910
(209)
Bachelor's degree
235
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians
( 29-2031 )
$52,147
6.58%
$52,630
(282)*
$43,700
(412)
$59,080
(235)
$56,340
(248)
$51,800
(296)
$52,630
(278)*
$48,850
(328)
Associate degree
236
Crane and tower operators
( 53-7021 )
$51,906
18.26%
$51,480
(294)*
$65,180
(186)
$46,830
(364)
$42,790
(420)
$51,480
(299)*
$51,480
(288)*
$54,100
(273)
Work experience
237
Computer-network support specialists
( 15-1152 )
$51,631
NA
$32,000
(601)
$52,790
(288)
$57,280
(256)
$51,700
(290)
$55,240
(265)*
$55,240
(259)*
$57,170
(252)
NA
238
First-line supervisors and managers of production and operating workers
( 51-1011 )
$51,290
0.56%
$46,040
(366)
$51,600
(301)
$56,180
(265)
$54,900
(265)
$48,320
(336)
$45,920
(368)
$56,070
(262)
Postsecondary
239
Floor, ceiling and wall insulation workers
( 47-2131 )
$51,250
44.56%
$51,250
(297)*
$51,250
(305)*
$51,250
(317)*
NA
NA
$51,250
(302)*
$51,250
(294)*
$51,250
(297)*
Short-term on-the-job training
240
Massage therapists
( 31-9011 )
$51,152
26.03%
$48,840
(326)*
$62,710
(203)
$48,840
(346)*
NA
NA
$48,840
(332)*
$48,840
(322)*
$48,840
(329)*
Postsecondary
241
Urban and regional planners
( 19-3051 )
$50,994
9.18%
$41,280
(425)
$59,890
(227)
$51,420
(314)
$50,450
(302)
$51,380
(301)*
$51,380
(291)*
$51,160
(298)
Master's degree
242
Postal service clerks
( 43-5051 )
$50,867
-4.49%
$52,100
(287)
$48,570
(336)
$51,000
(323)
$49,130
(316)
$52,920
(280)
$51,460
(289)
$50,890
(301)
Short-term on-the-job training
243
Tapers
( 47-2082 )
$50,864
7.37%
$51,660
(293)*
$51,660
(298)*
$51,660
(312)*
$46,090
(366)
$51,660
(297)*
$51,660
(287)*
$51,660
(291)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
244
Emergency management directors
( 11-9161 )
$50,860
21.07%
$50,860
(300)*
$50,860
(312)*
$50,860
(324)*
NA
NA
$50,860
(306)*
$50,860
(297)*
$50,860
(302)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
245
Television, video and motion picture camera operators
( 27-4031 )
$50,532
-32.29%
$53,940
(270)*
$31,400
(629)
$56,030
(267)
NA
NA
$53,940
(274)*
$53,940
(268)*
$53,940
(275)*
Bachelor's degree
246
Postal service mail carriers
( 43-5052 )
$50,207
1.22%
$48,430
(329)
$52,960
(287)
$52,790
(301)
$51,240
(294)
$51,100
(303)
$44,300
(390)
$50,630
(307)
Short-term on-the-job training
247
Mechanical drafters
( 17-3013 )
$50,100
0.91%
$49,790
(311)*
$49,610
(322)
$54,520
(283)
$48,030
(332)
$49,410
(321)
$49,790
(309)*
$49,550
(316)
Associate degree
248
Millwrights
( 49-9044 )
$50,004
6.53%
$50,470
(304)*
$50,470
(317)*
$59,800
(226)
$44,870
(383)
$50,470
(310)*
$50,470
(301)*
$43,480
(401)
Long-term on-the-job training
249
Film and video editors
( 27-4032 )
$49,990
1.1%
$50,610
(302)*
$50,610
(316)*
$46,890
(361)
NA
NA
$50,610
(309)*
$50,610
(300)*
$50,610
(308)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
250
Chemical plant and system operators
( 51-8091 )
$49,950
-3.4%
$50,350
(306)*
$50,350
(318)*
$50,350
(328)*
$47,550
(341)
$50,350
(311)*
$50,350
(303)*
$50,350
(309)*
Long-term on-the-job training
251
First-line supervisors and managers of helpers, laborers and hand material movers
( 53-1021 )
$49,931
-0.49%
$40,560
(441)
$51,620
(299)
$51,270
(316)
$47,610
(338)
$55,660
(258)
$51,300
(292)*
$51,500
(293)
Work experience
252
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators
( 53-7032 )
$49,899
6.42%
$51,820
(292)*
$67,590
(164)
$51,820
(310)*
$38,310
(483)
$51,820
(295)*
$51,820
(286)*
$36,110
(520)
Work experience
253
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians
( 17-3023 )
$49,850
-0.03%
$50,240
(308)
$40,400
(457)
$56,520
(262)
$53,940
(270)
$48,950
(330)
$49,690
(310)*
$49,210
(321)
Associate degree
254
Marriage and family therapists
( 21-1013 )
$49,737
-4.55%
$44,850
(380)*
$44,850
(388)*
$59,200
(232)
$64,710
(174)
$44,850
(385)*
$44,850
(382)*
$44,850
(380)*
Master's degree
255
Advertising sales agents
( 41-3011 )
$49,367
-6.28%
$46,650
(351)
$45,050
(386)
$55,880
(270)
$49,420
(311)
$49,160
(326)
$48,160
(332)*
$51,250
(296)
Medium-term on-the-job training
256
Respiratory therapy technicians
( 29-2054 )
$49,367
0.58%
$48,910
(324)*
$48,910
(333)*
$51,650
(313)
NA
NA
$48,910
(331)*
$48,910
(321)*
$48,910
(327)*
Associate degree
257
Postsecondary vocational education teachers
( 25-1194 )
$49,353
-0.08%
$49,660
(312)*
$49,180
(327)
$52,830
(300)
NA
NA
$46,590
(357)
$49,660
(311)*
$48,200
(336)
Work experience
258
Health educators
( 21-1091 )
$49,140
6.23%
$40,260
(446)
$46,680
(356)
$54,540
(282)
$61,430
(199)
$40,940
(443)
$50,300
(306)*
$49,830
(312)
Bachelor's degree
259
Mechanical engineering technicians
( 17-3027 )
$49,125
-11.15%
$49,210
(320)*
$48,850
(334)
$49,210
(340)*
NA
NA
$49,210
(325)*
$49,210
(317)*
$49,060
(325)
Associate degree
260
Drywall and ceiling tile installers
( 47-2081 )
$49,087
11.23%
$54,590
(266)*
$67,170
(169)
$50,030
(330)
$37,120
(510)
$38,480
(496)
$54,590
(265)*
$41,630
(436)
Medium-term on-the-job training
261
Other life, physical and social science technicians
( 19-4099 )
$49,026
6.44%
$49,490
(315)*
$44,400
(396)
$49,490
(335)*
$51,040
(296)
$49,490
(318)*
$49,490
(313)*
$49,780
(313)
Associate degree
262
Morticians, undertakers and funeral directors
( 39-4031 )
$48,907
NA
$50,310
(307)*
$50,310
(319)*
$50,310
(329)*
$47,200
(344)
$41,890
(429)
$50,310
(305)*
$52,020
(288)
NA
263
First-line supervisors and managers of landscaping, lawn service and groundskeeping workers
( 37-1012 )
$48,851
-1.21%
$48,880
(325)
$49,370
(325)
$49,230
(339)
$54,180
(268)
$45,200
(382)
$48,520
(328)*
$46,580
(356)
Work experience
264
Mechanical insulation workers
( 47-2132 )
$48,794
-3.83%
$47,860
(335)*
$47,860
(342)*
$47,860
(354)*
$54,400
(266)
$47,860
(343)*
$47,860
(335)*
$47,860
(340)*
Long-term on-the-job training
265
Dietitians and nutritionists
( 29-1031 )
$48,736
-2.21%
$46,520
(354)
$49,000
(331)
$53,630
(293)
$55,480
(259)
$49,020
(329)
$47,960
(333)*
$39,540
(463)
Bachelor's degree
266
Forensic science technicians
( 19-4092 )
$48,702
-16.33%
$48,820
(327)*
$48,820
(335)*
$48,110
(351)
NA
NA
$48,820
(333)*
$48,820
(323)*
$48,820
(330)*
Bachelor's degree
267
Industrial engineering technicians
( 17-3026 )
$48,684
3.2%
$41,790
(421)
$45,910
(369)
$54,350
(285)
$47,580
(340)
$50,730
(307)*
$50,730
(298)*
$49,700
(314)
Associate degree
268
Real estate sales agents
( 41-9022 )
$48,546
6.22%
$55,860
(254)
$43,820
(409)
$44,360
(403)
$44,910
(382)
$58,930
(225)
$45,740
(372)*
$46,200
(362)
Long-term on-the-job training
269
Postal service mail sorters, processors and processing machine operators
( 43-5053 )
$48,483
13.25%
$48,170
(333)*
$45,810
(370)
$49,100
(343)
$51,010
(297)
$48,170
(339)*
$48,170
(331)*
$48,950
(326)
Short-term on-the-job training
270
Numerical tool and process control programmers
( 51-4012 )
$48,446
0.49%
$44,070
(391)*
$44,070
(402)*
$46,750
(367)
$56,660
(242)
$49,800
(316)
$44,070
(394)*
$53,700
(278)
Medium-term on-the-job training
271
First-line supervisors and managers of office and administrative support workers
( 43-1011 )
$48,394
2.54%
$48,240
(332)
$51,050
(307)
$52,330
(305)
$52,860
(281)
$46,580
(358)
$39,940
(461)
$47,760
(342)
Work experience
272
Other counselors
( 21-1019 )
$48,321
NA
$49,440
(316)*
$48,970
(332)
$49,440
(336)*
$42,080
(431)
$49,440
(319)*
$49,440
(314)*
$49,440
(318)*
Master's degree
273
Fire fighters
( 33-2011 )
$48,028
0.85%
$48,280
(331)*
$48,280
(339)*
$43,920
(409)
NA
NA
$48,280
(338)*
$48,280
(330)*
$51,130
(299)
Postsecondary
274
Construction and building inspectors
( 47-4011 )
$48,027
-0.52%
$32,140
(596)
$47,900
(341)
$48,580
(347)
$58,730
(224)
$48,770
(334)*
$48,770
(327)*
$51,300
(295)
Work experience
275
Telecommunications line installers and repairers
( 49-9052 )
$47,798
-7.67%
$47,700
(337)*
$52,630
(292)
$51,080
(320)
NA
NA
$44,450
(390)
$47,700
(337)*
$43,230
(408)
Long-term on-the-job training
276
Legislators (including all local elected officials)
( 11-1031 )
$47,730
-2.63%
$47,730
(336)*
$47,730
(344)*
$47,730
(355)*
NA
NA
$47,730
(344)*
$47,730
(336)*
$47,730
(343)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
277
First-line supervisors and managers of retail sales workers
( 41-1011 )
$47,646
13.04%
$62,440
(194)
$45,340
(380)
$43,980
(407)
$45,750
(369)
$46,820
(352)
$47,400
(344)
$41,790
(432)
Work experience
278
Other first-line supervisors and managers of protective service workers
( 33-1099 )
$47,579
3.09%
$50,390
(305)*
$49,020
(330)
$54,120
(286)
$48,060
(330)
$39,220
(477)
$50,390
(302)*
$41,850
(431)
Work experience
279
Petroleum pump system operators, refinery operators and gaugers
( 51-8093 )
$47,540
-1.9%
$47,540
(341)*
$47,540
(347)*
$47,540
(358)*
NA
NA
$47,540
(348)*
$47,540
(342)*
$47,540
(345)*
Long-term on-the-job training
280
Archivists
( 25-4011 )
$47,513
-3.63%
$51,420
(296)*
$51,420
(304)*
$51,080
(319)
$24,410
(749)
$51,420
(300)*
$51,420
(290)*
$51,420
(294)*
Bachelor's degree
281
Sheet metal workers
( 47-2211 )
$47,489
3.49%
$46,500
(355)*
$46,170
(363)
$43,940
(408)
$44,190
(395)
$58,130
(230)
$46,500
(355)*
$46,990
(348)
Long-term on-the-job training
282
Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other
( 29-9099 )
$47,191
NA
$46,100
(364)*
$46,100
(368)*
$45,510
(382)
$54,330
(267)
$46,100
(369)*
$46,100
(366)*
$46,100
(366)*
Bachelor's degree
283
Other engineering technicians, except drafters
( 17-3029 )
$47,154
-18.64%
$46,240
(360)*
$64,930
(188)
$31,880
(636)
$49,390
(312)
$46,240
(364)*
$46,240
(362)*
$45,160
(378)
Associate degree
284
Occupational therapist assistants
( 31-2011 )
$47,029
-0.28%
$45,200
(377)*
$51,040
(308)
$52,920
(299)
$44,070
(399)
$45,200
(381)*
$45,200
(379)*
$45,570
(372)
Associate degree
285
Architectural and civil drafters
( 17-3011 )
$46,877
3.18%
$53,800
(272)
$47,810
(343)
$43,620
(411)
$48,370
(327)
$39,930
(460)
$46,430
(358)*
$48,180
(337)
Associate degree
286
Agricultural inspectors
( 45-2011 )
$46,789
-4.65%
$47,480
(342)*
$47,480
(348)*
$51,800
(311)
$40,500
(455)
$45,300
(378)
$47,480
(343)*
$47,480
(346)*
Bachelor's degree
287
Mobile heavy-equipment mechanics, except engines
( 49-3042 )
$46,784
-1.36%
$46,530
(353)
$48,500
(337)
$49,200
(341)
$43,820
(402)
$45,840
(370)
$47,060
(347)*
$46,540
(358)
Long-term on-the-job training
288
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists
( 21-1092 )
$46,780
1.1%
$46,780
(346)*
$46,780
(353)*
$46,780
(365)*
NA
NA
$46,780
(353)*
$46,780
(350)*
$46,780
(352)*
Bachelor's degree
289
Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers
( 51-9071 )
$46,693
0.67%
$46,170
(362)*
$46,170
(365)*
$40,370
(467)
$55,630
(257)
$46,170
(367)*
$46,170
(364)*
$46,170
(364)*
Long-term on-the-job training
290
Civil engineering technicians
( 17-3022 )
$46,633
2.87%
$46,470
(356)*
$44,620
(393)
$44,380
(401)
$49,580
(308)
$46,470
(361)*
$46,470
(356)*
$48,440
(332)
Associate degree
291
Medical and public health social workers
( 21-1022 )
$46,613
6.85%
$38,780
(480)
$45,700
(375)
$51,210
(318)
$44,610
(387)
$49,400
(322)
$48,780
(325)*
$47,810
(341)
Master's degree
292
Occupational health and safety technicians
( 29-9012 )
$46,570
1.62%
$45,770
(368)*
$45,770
(372)*
$45,770
(378)*
$48,870
(322)
$45,770
(372)*
$45,770
(371)*
$48,270
(335)
Medium-term on-the-job training
293
Plumbers, pipefitters and steamfitters
( 47-2152 )
$46,397
0.34%
$45,840
(367)
$45,260
(383)
$49,720
(333)
$45,110
(378)
$48,150
(340)
$46,280
(361)*
$44,420
(386)
Long-term on-the-job training
294
Tool and die makers
( 51-4111 )
$46,341
-2.81%
$50,540
(303)
$50,960
(310)
$40,290
(469)
$45,510
(374)
$45,780
(371)*
$45,780
(370)*
$45,530
(373)
Long-term on-the-job training
295
Adult literacy, remedial education and GED teachers and instructors
( 25-3011 )
$46,319
-4.74%
$43,820
(394)*
$59,910
(226)
$41,940
(444)
$47,100
(345)
$43,820
(398)*
$43,820
(397)*
$43,820
(396)*
Bachelor's degree
296
Utility meter readers
( 43-5041 )
$46,081
18.08%
$46,740
(348)*
$46,750
(355)
$41,870
(445)
$44,220
(394)
$46,740
(355)*
$46,740
(352)*
$49,510
(317)
Short-term on-the-job training
297
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants
( 43-6011 )
$46,053
5.76%
$46,690
(349)
$47,060
(350)
$47,250
(360)
$48,560
(324)
$44,300
(392)
$45,430
(377)*
$43,080
(412)
Work experience
298
Commercial and industrial equipment electrical and electronics installers and repairers
( 49-2094 )
$45,983
-4.15%
$48,950
(323)
$41,790
(441)
$46,720
(368)
$45,710
(370)
$47,650
(347)*
$47,650
(340)*
$43,410
(404)
Postsecondary
299
Sound engineering technicians
( 27-4014 )
$45,768
-11.65%
$43,640
(397)*
$43,640
(414)*
$56,410
(263)
NA
NA
$43,640
(400)*
$43,640
(399)*
$43,640
(399)*
Postsecondary
300
Forest and conservation technicians
( 19-4093 )
$45,570
8.76%
$45,570
(372)*
$45,570
(378)*
$45,570
(381)*
NA
NA
$45,570
(376)*
$45,570
(376)*
$45,570
(371)*
Associate degree
301
Clergy
( 21-2011 )
$45,489
3.82%
$44,560
(386)*
$44,300
(397)
$45,030
(390)
$43,140
(414)
$52,720
(284)
$44,560
(387)*
$44,110
(391)
Bachelor's degree
302
Other precision instrument and equipment repairers
( 49-9069 )
$45,260
-2.37%
$45,260
(373)*
$45,260
(384)*
$45,260
(386)*
NA
NA
$45,260
(379)*
$45,260
(378)*
$45,260
(376)*
Associate degree
303
Physical therapist assistants
( 31-2021 )
$45,249
-1.54%
$44,670
(384)*
$44,650
(391)
$44,560
(396)
$47,660
(336)
$46,500
(360)
$44,670
(385)*
$44,030
(393)
Associate degree
304
Health technologists and technicians, all other
( 29-2099 )
$45,173
NA
$45,720
(369)*
$45,720
(373)*
$55,010
(279)
$45,380
(377)
$45,720
(373)*
$45,720
(373)*
$32,940
(586)
Postsecondary
305
Set and exhibit designers
( 27-1027 )
$45,154
10.85%
$46,390
(358)*
$46,390
(361)*
$37,450
(515)
$46,680
(355)
$46,390
(363)*
$46,390
(359)*
$46,390
(361)*
Bachelor's degree
306
Metal and plastic model makers
( 51-4061 )
$44,750
-6.67%
$44,750
(382)*
$44,750
(389)*
$44,750
(393)*
NA
NA
$44,750
(387)*
$44,750
(384)*
$44,750
(383)*
Long-term on-the-job training
307
Correctional officers and jailers
( 33-3012 )
$44,650
1.32%
$44,650
(385)*
$44,650
(392)*
$44,650
(394)*
NA
NA
$44,650
(388)*
$44,650
(386)*
$44,650
(384)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
308
Editors
( 27-3041 )
$44,570
-9.74%
$46,280
(359)*
$41,780
(442)
$44,560
(395)
$42,480
(425)
$38,890
(489)
$46,280
(360)*
$51,720
(290)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
309
Other education, training and library workers
( 25-9099 )
$44,480
-30.73%
$44,480
(387)*
$44,480
(394)*
$44,480
(398)*
NA
NA
$44,480
(389)*
$44,480
(388)*
$44,480
(385)*
Bachelor's degree
310
Aircraft mechanics and service technicians
( 49-3011 )
$44,204
-5.56%
$47,400
(343)*
$37,850
(504)
$56,110
(266)
$41,600
(438)
$47,400
(349)*
$47,400
(345)*
$31,670
(615)
Postsecondary
311
Other media and communication workers
( 27-3099 )
$44,140
-0.23%
$44,140
(389)*
$44,140
(398)*
$44,140
(405)*
NA
NA
$44,140
(395)*
$44,140
(392)*
$44,140
(389)*
Short-term on-the-job training
312
Heating, air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics and installers
( 49-9021 )
$44,021
2.33%
$43,470
(400)*
$45,320
(381)
$42,810
(428)
$45,800
(368)
$42,480
(420)
$43,470
(404)*
$44,800
(381)
Postsecondary
313
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators
( 47-2073 )
$43,851
3.75%
$41,310
(424)
$45,220
(385)
$42,030
(442)
$46,550
(358)
$44,200
(393)
$43,420
(405)*
$44,230
(388)
Medium-term on-the-job training
314
Paralegals and legal assistants
( 23-2011 )
$43,784
-0.35%
$45,200
(376)
$40,270
(460)
$48,930
(345)
$45,090
(379)
$39,710
(461)
$45,020
(380)*
$42,270
(420)
Associate degree
315
Zoologists and wildlife biologists
( 19-1023 )
$43,633
3.08%
$43,680
(396)*
$43,680
(413)*
$43,400
(414)
NA
NA
$43,680
(399)*
$43,680
(398)*
$43,680
(398)*
Bachelor's degree
316
Production, planning and expediting clerks
( 43-5061 )
$43,571
-2.56%
$44,950
(379)
$39,360
(478)
$45,130
(388)
$48,450
(326)
$41,120
(437)
$42,890
(418)*
$43,100
(411)
Medium-term on-the-job training
317
Protective service occupations
( 33-0000 )
$43,371
NA
$48,640
(328)
$47,140
(349)
$36,040
(548)
$41,420
(443)
$39,710
(462)
$48,960
(320)
$41,690
(434)
NA
318
Audio and video equipment technicians
( 27-4011 )
$43,340
18.64%
$42,080
(420)*
$45,340
(379)
$41,080
(454)
$53,160
(278)
$42,080
(428)*
$42,080
(430)*
$37,560
(497)
Postsecondary
319
Brickmasons and blockmasons
( 47-2021 )
$43,324
-3.08%
$36,410
(521)
$45,720
(374)*
$41,680
(447)
$46,530
(360)
$45,230
(380)
$45,720
(374)*
$41,980
(429)
Long-term on-the-job training
320
Explosives workers, ordnance handling experts, and blasters
( 47-5031 )
$43,320
NA
$43,320
(404)*
$43,320
(420)*
$43,320
(418)*
NA
NA
$43,320
(407)*
$43,320
(409)*
$43,320
(406)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
321
Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations
( 27-0000 )
$43,286
NA
$45,580
(371)
$45,270
(382)
$46,570
(371)
$37,160
(507)
$41,590
(433)
$50,320
(304)
$36,510
(513)
NA
322
Medical equipment repairers
( 49-9062 )
$43,226
-1.75%
$40,810
(432)*
$39,540
(473)
$41,610
(448)
$53,760
(272)
$40,810
(444)*
$40,810
(441)*
$45,240
(377)
Associate degree
323
Surgical technologists
( 29-2055 )
$43,184
-1.87%
$44,830
(381)*
$38,980
(486)
$42,100
(440)
$37,890
(489)
$42,810
(413)
$44,830
(383)*
$50,850
(303)
Postsecondary
324
Electro-mechanical technicians
( 17-3024 )
$43,120
-4.58%
$43,120
(405)*
$43,120
(422)*
$43,120
(421)*
NA
NA
$43,120
(408)*
$43,120
(411)*
$43,120
(409)*
Associate degree
325
Other woodworkers
( 51-7099 )
$43,110
7.53%
$43,110
(406)*
$43,110
(423)*
$43,110
(422)*
NA
NA
$43,110
(409)*
$43,110
(412)*
$43,110
(410)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
326
Crushing, grinding and polishing machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-9021 )
$43,009
6.93%
$44,420
(388)*
$44,420
(395)*
$44,420
(400)*
$34,540
(574)
$44,420
(391)*
$44,420
(389)*
$44,420
(387)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
327
Stationary engineers and boiler operators
( 51-8021 )
$42,941
-2.39%
$42,870
(410)*
$40,970
(447)
$42,870
(427)*
$47,350
(343)
$42,870
(412)*
$42,870
(419)*
$40,790
(444)
Long-term on-the-job training
328
Transportation-equipment painters
( 51-9122 )
$42,933
5.31%
$39,340
(465)*
$51,230
(306)
$43,920
(410)
$46,790
(352)
$39,340
(472)*
$39,340
(472)*
$40,570
(449)
Medium-term on-the-job training
329
Tax examiners, collectors and revenue agents
( 13-2081 )
$42,883
-8.16%
$43,980
(392)*
$26,710
(712)
$47,490
(359)
$44,850
(384)
$43,980
(397)*
$43,980
(395)*
$49,190
(322)
Bachelor's degree
330
Brokerage clerks
( 43-4011 )
$42,850
4.35%
$43,330
(403)*
$40,100
(463)
$43,330
(417)*
$43,200
(413)
$43,330
(406)*
$43,330
(408)*
$43,330
(405)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
331
Computer-user support specialists
( 15-1151 )
$42,731
NA
$36,900
(510)
$38,510
(495)
$51,040
(321)
$41,760
(435)
$42,520
(419)
$44,290
(391)*
$44,100
(392)
NA
332
Cargo and freight agents
( 43-5011 )
$42,674
0.83%
$42,580
(415)*
$35,240
(549)
$44,460
(399)
$42,900
(417)
$42,580
(418)*
$42,580
(423)*
$48,380
(333)
Short-term on-the-job training
333
Museum technicians and conservators
( 25-4013 )
$42,672
6.43%
$42,150
(419)*
$42,150
(438)*
$45,280
(385)
NA
NA
$42,150
(426)*
$42,150
(428)*
$42,150
(424)*
Bachelor's degree
334
Electricians
( 47-2111 )
$42,596
-0.51%
$31,150
(618)
$46,190
(362)
$47,580
(357)
$41,360
(444)
$41,660
(432)
$43,250
(410)
$46,980
(349)
Long-term on-the-job training
335
Credit counselors
( 13-2071 )
$42,595
9.56%
$42,680
(412)*
$42,680
(429)*
$43,340
(415)
NA
NA
$42,680
(415)*
$42,680
(421)*
$41,510
(437)
Bachelor's degree
336
All other teachers and instructors
( 25-3099 )
$42,500
NA
$39,980
(451)*
$49,560
(323)
$39,500
(479)
$48,920
(320)
$48,080
(341)
$39,980
(459)*
$31,480
(617)
Bachelor's degree
337
Communications-equipment operators
( 43-2099 )
$42,460
8.62%
$42,460
(416)*
$42,460
(431)*
$42,460
(434)*
NA
NA
$42,460
(421)*
$42,460
(424)*
$42,460
(419)*
Short-term on-the-job training
338
Govt. program-eligibility interviewers
( 43-4061 )
$42,454
-1.73%
$45,250
(374)
$41,820
(440)
$42,230
(438)
$39,450
(466)
$43,530
(402)
$42,930
(416)*
$41,970
(430)
Associate degree
339
Industrial machinery mechanics
( 49-9041 )
$42,374
1.01%
$44,740
(383)
$44,010
(403)
$40,150
(474)
$46,890
(349)
$33,570
(575)
$41,900
(431)*
$45,360
(374)
Long-term on-the-job training
340
Automotive body and related repairers
( 49-3021 )
$42,311
5.61%
$41,520
(422)*
$50,680
(315)
$38,370
(503)
$44,330
(392)
$42,390
(422)
$40,000
(458)
$38,890
(478)
Medium-term on-the-job training
341
Music directors and composers
( 27-2041 )
$42,278
-20.21%
$43,920
(393)*
$43,920
(405)*
$30,630
(666)
NA
NA
$49,890
(315)
$43,920
(396)*
$41,390
(439)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
342
Interior designers
( 27-1025 )
$42,259
NA
$43,390
(401)*
$51,560
(302)
$50,790
(325)
$41,220
(446)
$31,670
(618)
$43,390
(406)*
$33,790
(571)
Bachelor's degree
343
Occupational therapist aides
( 31-2012 )
$42,190
-2.72%
$42,190
(418)*
$42,190
(435)*
$42,190
(439)*
NA
NA
$42,190
(425)*
$42,190
(427)*
$42,190
(423)*
Short-term on-the-job training
344
Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers
( 53-3032 )
$42,141
1.5%
$37,470
(501)
$50,790
(313)
$49,790
(332)
$39,630
(464)
$38,910
(488)
$35,120
(549)
$43,280
(407)
Work experience
345
Meeting and convention planners
( 13-1121 )
$42,103
-5.5%
$43,800
(395)
$44,700
(390)
$45,690
(379)
$45,670
(372)
$42,360
(423)*
$42,360
(425)*
$30,140
(647)
Bachelor's degree
346
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses
( 29-2061 )
$42,086
0.02%
$40,620
(439)
$43,100
(424)
$44,540
(397)
$42,140
(430)
$41,710
(431)
$42,140
(429)*
$40,350
(450)
Postsecondary
347
Lodging managers
( 11-9081 )
$42,055
-15.47%
$30,160
(645)
$43,470
(418)*
$48,290
(350)
NA
NA
$43,470
(404)*
$43,470
(402)*
$43,470
(402)*
Work experience
348
Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists
( 49-3031 )
$42,039
1.08%
$40,930
(430)
$45,630
(377)
$42,870
(426)
$42,600
(423)
$41,500
(435)
$39,260
(474)
$41,480
(438)
Long-term on-the-job training
349
Environmental science and protection technicians, including health
( 19-4091 )
$41,817
-2.16%
$42,910
(409)*
$42,910
(426)*
$42,910
(425)*
$38,500
(479)
$42,910
(411)*
$42,910
(417)*
$39,670
(459)
Associate degree
350
Earth drillers, except oil and gas
( 47-5021 )
$41,637
2.28%
$39,150
(471)*
$39,150
(484)*
$39,150
(486)*
$49,280
(314)
$39,150
(480)*
$39,150
(480)*
$46,430
(360)
Medium-term on-the-job training
351
Interpreters and translators
( 27-3091 )
$41,599
6.4%
$38,840
(479)*
$38,840
(490)*
$45,500
(383)
$50,490
(301)
$38,840
(490)*
$38,840
(488)*
$39,840
(457)
Bachelor's degree
352
Other office and administrative support workers
( 43-9199 )
$41,431
NA
$43,050
(407)*
$39,890
(468)
$43,200
(420)
$29,550
(664)
$45,670
(374)
$43,050
(413)*
$45,610
(370)
Short-term on-the-job training
353
Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors
( 21-1011 )
$41,401
7.46%
$39,140
(472)*
$53,060
(286)
$40,650
(462)
$35,700
(549)
$42,100
(427)
$39,140
(481)*
$40,020
(455)
Medium-term on-the-job training
354
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators
( 51-8031 )
$41,183
6.06%
$40,090
(450)
$41,320
(443)
$43,040
(423)
$44,350
(391)
$40,970
(441)
$35,040
(555)
$43,470
(403)
Long-term on-the-job training
355
Transportation equipment electrical and electronics installers and repairers
( 49-2093 )
$41,120
0.76%
$41,120
(428)*
$41,120
(444)*
$41,120
(452)*
NA
NA
$41,120
(438)*
$41,120
(438)*
$41,120
(441)*
Postsecondary
356
Metal and plastic lay-out workers
( 51-4192 )
$40,989
0.04%
$41,090
(429)*
$41,090
(445)*
$41,090
(453)*
$40,320
(458)
$41,090
(439)*
$41,090
(440)*
$41,150
(440)
Medium-term on-the-job training
357
Construction and extraction occupations
( 47-0000 )
$40,947
NA
$37,510
(499)
$44,070
(401)
$45,980
(376)
$41,800
(434)
$40,960
(442)
$33,680
(581)
$42,630
(417)
NA
358
Metal and plastic milling and planing machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4035 )
$40,913
0.59%
$39,700
(457)*
$39,700
(471)*
$39,700
(477)*
$48,520
(325)
$39,700
(463)*
$39,700
(464)*
$39,370
(468)
Medium-term on-the-job training
359
Electromechanical equipment assemblers
( 51-2023 )
$40,877
5%
$40,610
(440)*
$40,610
(454)*
$40,610
(464)*
NA
NA
$40,610
(452)*
$40,610
(448)*
$42,210
(422)
Short-term on-the-job training
360
Metal and plastic heat-treating equipment setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4191 )
$40,828
2.27%
$40,810
(433)*
$40,810
(448)*
$40,810
(458)*
NA
NA
$40,810
(445)*
$40,810
(442)*
$40,920
(442)
Medium-term on-the-job training
361
Other financial clerks
( 43-3099 )
$40,763
NA
$40,790
(434)*
$40,790
(449)*
$40,630
(463)
NA
NA
$40,790
(446)*
$40,790
(443)*
$40,790
(443)*
NA
362
Graduate teaching assistants
( 25-1191 )
$40,750
5.57%
$40,750
(436)*
$40,750
(450)*
$40,750
(459)*
NA
NA
$40,750
(448)*
$40,750
(445)*
$40,750
(445)*
Bachelor's degree
363
Environmental engineering technicians
( 17-3025 )
$40,713
-11.07%
$40,770
(435)*
$39,150
(483)
$43,330
(416)
$41,520
(440)
$40,770
(447)*
$40,770
(444)*
$38,680
(480)
Associate degree
364
Structural metal fabricators and fitters
( 51-2041 )
$40,631
1.76%
$43,530
(399)*
$39,940
(467)
$35,960
(549)
$36,780
(519)
$38,670
(493)
$43,530
(401)*
$46,010
(368)
Medium-term on-the-job training
365
Computer operators
( 43-9011 )
$40,619
0.25%
$41,190
(427)*
$42,100
(439)
$43,510
(413)
$36,680
(524)
$41,190
(436)*
$41,190
(437)*
$38,470
(482)
Medium-term on-the-job training
366
Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations
( 49-0000 )
$40,579
NA
$40,520
(442)
$42,180
(436)
$41,300
(451)
$41,550
(439)
$38,220
(500)
$38,220
(498)
$42,060
(426)
NA
367
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other
( 49-9099 )
$40,561
NA
$41,240
(426)*
$43,890
(406)
$42,710
(430)
$36,880
(515)
$44,840
(386)
$41,240
(436)*
$33,130
(584)
Medium-term on-the-job training
368
Preschool and child care center and program education administrators
( 11-9031 )
$40,521
6.59%
$39,970
(452)*
$39,970
(465)*
$40,570
(465)
$43,550
(408)
$41,550
(434)
$39,970
(460)*
$38,070
(489)
Bachelor's degree plus experience
369
Procurement clerks
( 43-3061 )
$40,474
0.75%
$43,350
(402)*
$42,160
(437)
$35,470
(558)
$33,330
(601)
$39,580
(465)
$43,350
(407)*
$46,080
(367)
Medium-term on-the-job training
370
Machinists
( 51-4041 )
$40,389
1.23%
$37,630
(497)
$43,530
(417)
$42,550
(432)
$37,930
(488)
$37,990
(506)
$41,100
(439)*
$41,990
(428)
Long-term on-the-job training
371
Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators
( 47-4061 )
$40,350
NA
$40,350
(444)*
$40,350
(459)*
$40,350
(468)*
NA
NA
$40,350
(455)*
$40,350
(450)*
$40,350
(451)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
372
First-line supervisors and managers of personal service workers
( 39-1021 )
$40,201
1.7%
$41,360
(423)
$42,760
(427)
$50,580
(327)
$38,470
(480)
$33,590
(573)
$41,240
(435)*
$33,410
(581)
Work experience
373
Mental health counselors
( 21-1014 )
$40,150
-10.52%
$39,880
(453)*
$39,880
(469)*
$40,260
(470)
$39,030
(472)
$46,230
(365)
$39,880
(462)*
$35,890
(522)
Master's degree
374
Medical appliance technicians
( 51-9082 )
$40,130
4.99%
$40,130
(449)*
$40,130
(462)*
$40,130
(475)*
NA
NA
$40,130
(458)*
$40,130
(455)*
$40,130
(453)*
Long-term on-the-job training
375
Desktop publishers
( 43-9031 )
$40,130
10.12%
$39,180
(470)*
$43,850
(407)
$40,840
(457)
$40,770
(448)
$39,180
(479)*
$39,180
(479)*
$37,910
(491)
Associate degree
376
Labor-relations specialists
( 13-1075 )
$40,097
NA
$39,730
(456)*
$57,330
(250)
$40,160
(473)
$37,340
(504)
$26,280
(719)
$39,730
(463)*
$40,110
(454)
Bachelor's degree
377
Recreational therapists
( 29-1125 )
$40,090
4.52%
$40,470
(443)*
$43,830
(408)
$44,330
(404)
$33,700
(592)
$42,660
(416)
$40,470
(449)*
$35,170
(541)
Bachelor's degree
378
Umpires, referees and other sports officials
( 27-2023 )
$40,005
-2.3%
$39,520
(460)*
$39,520
(475)*
$42,430
(435)
NA
NA
$39,520
(467)*
$39,520
(467)*
$39,520
(465)*
Long-term on-the-job training
379
Title examiners, abstractors and searchers
( 23-2093 )
$39,980
3.11%
$37,780
(493)
$39,970
(466)
$48,070
(352)
$40,670
(450)
$34,550
(558)
$40,080
(456)*
$38,740
(479)
Short-term on-the-job training
380
Community and social services occupations
( 21-0000 )
$39,974
NA
$32,240
(593)
$43,590
(416)
$42,530
(433)
$38,180
(484)
$43,490
(403)
$41,380
(433)
$38,410
(484)
NA
381
Tank car, truck and ship loaders
( 53-7121 )
$39,815
-2.22%
$40,240
(447)*
$40,240
(461)*
$40,240
(471)*
NA
NA
$40,240
(457)*
$40,240
(454)*
$37,690
(496)
Short-term on-the-job training
382
All occupations
( 00-0000 )
$39,799
NA
$37,660
(496)
$44,080
(400)
$45,780
(377)
$39,690
(462)
$38,110
(503)
$32,540
(601)
$40,730
(446)
NA
383
Religious activities and education directors
( 21-2021 )
$39,720
18.48%
$38,050
(489)*
$54,740
(281)
$39,720
(476)
$29,000
(674)
$40,430
(453)
$38,050
(502)*
$38,050
(490)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
384
Cement masons and concrete finishers
( 47-2051 )
$39,679
10.22%
$39,100
(473)
$40,000
(464)*
$37,280
(520)
$42,460
(426)
$34,850
(554)
$40,320
(451)
$43,740
(397)
Medium-term on-the-job training
385
Machinery maintenance workers
( 49-9043 )
$39,644
1.95%
$30,940
(627)
$43,170
(421)
$41,980
(443)
$37,550
(498)
$35,590
(541)
$42,980
(414)*
$45,300
(375)
Medium-term on-the-job training
386
Legal secretaries
( 43-6012 )
$39,589
5.23%
$39,870
(454)
$36,830
(520)
$41,850
(446)
$40,630
(451)
$40,030
(459)*
$40,030
(457)*
$37,880
(492)
Medium-term on-the-job training
387
Other grounds-maintenance workers
( 37-3019 )
$39,580
-3.11%
$39,580
(458)*
$39,580
(472)*
$39,580
(478)*
NA
NA
$39,580
(464)*
$39,580
(465)*
$39,580
(462)*
Short-term on-the-job training
388
Metal and plastic computer-controlled machine tool operators
( 51-4011 )
$39,540
0.26%
$29,000
(668)
$40,590
(455)
$38,570
(499)
$42,550
(424)
$40,660
(451)
$41,520
(432)*
$43,890
(395)
Medium-term on-the-job training
389
Surveying and mapping technicians
( 17-3031 )
$39,466
0.88%
$40,280
(445)*
$36,640
(524)
$44,360
(402)
$36,580
(530)
$40,280
(456)*
$40,280
(452)*
$37,840
(493)
Medium-term on-the-job training
390
Exercise physiologists
( 29-1128 )
$39,430
-14.28%
$39,430
(461)*
$39,430
(476)*
$39,430
(480)*
NA
NA
$39,430
(469)*
$39,430
(468)*
$39,430
(466)*
Master's degree
391
Pipelayers
( 47-2151 )
$39,414
-1.69%
$39,800
(455)
$38,470
(496)*
$38,470
(501)*
$37,440
(502)
$38,470
(497)*
$38,470
(494)*
$44,780
(382)
Short-term on-the-job training
392
Other information and record clerks
( 43-4199 )
$39,409
-0.53%
$39,260
(466)*
$38,220
(500)
$40,970
(455)
$36,420
(533)
$39,260
(473)*
$39,260
(473)*
$42,470
(418)
Short-term on-the-job training
393
Broadcast technicians
( 27-4012 )
$39,046
3.06%
$38,430
(485)*
$38,430
(498)*
$38,220
(504)
$42,950
(416)
$38,430
(498)*
$38,430
(495)*
$38,430
(483)*
Associate degree
394
Tile and marble setters
( 47-2044 )
$38,994
-6.12%
$37,100
(507)*
$37,100
(517)*
$37,100
(527)*
$44,730
(385)
$37,100
(519)*
$37,100
(518)*
$42,730
(415)
Long-term on-the-job training
395
Judicial law clerks
( 23-1012 )
$38,950
0.93%
$38,950
(477)*
$38,950
(489)*
$38,950
(492)*
NA
NA
$38,950
(487)*
$38,950
(486)*
$38,950
(477)*
Doctorate
396
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks
( 43-9041 )
$38,950
4.8%
$38,630
(482)*
$39,210
(482)
$37,440
(516)
$38,470
(481)
$38,630
(494)*
$38,630
(491)*
$41,640
(435)
Medium-term on-the-job training
397
Carpet installers
( 47-2041 )
$38,890
0.67%
$38,620
(483)*
$38,620
(493)*
$40,230
(472)
$41,270
(445)
$38,620
(495)*
$38,620
(492)*
$36,250
(518)
Short-term on-the-job training
398
Electric motor, power tool and related repairers
( 49-2092 )
$38,887
-1.72%
$38,730
(481)*
$38,730
(491)*
$38,730
(494)*
NA
NA
$38,730
(491)*
$38,730
(489)*
$39,670
(460)
Postsecondary
399
Dispatchers
( 43-5032 )
$38,736
0.9%
$36,480
(519)
$38,530
(494)
$34,910
(570)
$35,990
(543)
$44,180
(394)
$38,950
(487)*
$42,110
(425)
Medium-term on-the-job training
400
Welders, cutters, solderers and brazers
( 51-4121 )
$38,349
1.25%
$37,690
(495)
$35,190
(551)
$42,100
(441)
$35,580
(555)
$35,900
(535)
$40,280
(453)*
$41,700
(433)
Medium-term on-the-job training
401
Graphic designers
( 27-1024 )
$38,304
-1.24%
$42,580
(414)
$37,820
(506)
$38,680
(495)
$34,970
(565)
$41,850
(430)
$37,570
(507)*
$34,660
(553)
Bachelor's degree
402
Child, family and school social workers
( 21-1021 )
$38,253
-0.85%
$34,320
(554)
$42,360
(432)
$41,560
(449)
$36,110
(540)
$39,180
(478)*
$39,180
(478)*
$35,060
(545)
Bachelor's degree
403
Carpenters
( 47-2031 )
$38,126
-0.86%
$37,920
(491)
$39,090
(485)
$41,420
(450)
$37,940
(487)
$37,110
(518)
$33,190
(587)
$40,210
(452)
Long-term on-the-job training
404
Computer, automated teller and office machine repairers
( 49-2011 )
$38,099
11.21%
$39,350
(463)*
$40,990
(446)
$37,980
(507)
$32,600
(617)
$37,120
(517)
$39,350
(470)*
$39,300
(470)
Postsecondary
405
Chefs and head cooks
( 35-1011 )
$37,876
5.24%
$40,900
(431)
$35,700
(539)
$43,220
(419)
$34,840
(568)
$36,770
(526)
$38,290
(497)*
$35,410
(535)
Work experience
406
Home appliance repairers
( 49-9031 )
$37,851
13.25%
$36,660
(515)*
$43,950
(404)
$36,660
(534)*
$36,170
(538)
$45,380
(377)
$36,660
(523)*
$29,480
(658)
Medium-term on-the-job training
407
Animal control workers
( 33-9011 )
$37,847
6.06%
$38,410
(486)*
$38,410
(499)*
$38,410
(502)*
$34,470
(576)
$38,410
(499)*
$38,410
(496)*
$38,410
(485)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
408
Other protective service workers
( 33-9099 )
$37,799
12.46%
$39,240
(469)*
$33,920
(579)
$44,990
(392)
$36,250
(536)
$39,240
(476)*
$39,240
(477)*
$31,710
(614)
Short-term on-the-job training
409
Chemical technicians
( 19-4031 )
$37,764
6.48%
$36,930
(509)*
$36,930
(519)*
$34,690
(575)
$44,400
(389)
$36,930
(520)*
$36,930
(519)*
$37,540
(498)
Associate degree
410
Welding, soldering and brazing machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4122 )
$37,697
-2.05%
$37,350
(502)*
$37,350
(512)*
$37,350
(518)*
$36,730
(521)
$39,080
(482)
$37,350
(512)*
$38,670
(481)
Medium-term on-the-job training
411
Metal and plastic patternmakers
( 51-4062 )
$37,571
-5.83%
$37,140
(506)*
$37,140
(516)*
$37,140
(524)*
$40,530
(454)
$37,140
(516)*
$37,140
(517)*
$36,770
(507)
Long-term on-the-job training
412
Automotive service technicians and mechanics
( 49-3023 )
$37,521
2.21%
$35,240
(535)
$40,690
(453)
$32,560
(622)
$38,740
(477)
$38,170
(501)
$41,360
(434)
$35,890
(523)
Long-term on-the-job training
413
Highway maintenance workers
( 47-4051 )
$37,430
3.08%
$37,040
(508)
$40,350
(458)
$38,880
(493)
$40,600
(453)
$36,780
(525)
$29,130
(671)
$39,230
(473)
Medium-term on-the-job training
414
Mental health and substance abuse social workers
( 21-1023 )
$37,420
-8.74%
$37,950
(490)*
$31,630
(626)
$48,410
(348)
$37,620
(495)
$43,340
(405)
$37,950
(503)*
$25,040
(732)
Bachelor's degree
415
Fine artists
( 27-1013 )
$37,300
-1.27%
$37,300
(503)*
$37,300
(513)*
$37,300
(519)*
NA
NA
$37,300
(513)*
$37,300
(513)*
$37,300
(501)*
Long-term on-the-job training
416
Oil and gas roustabouts
( 47-5071 )
$37,270
NA
$37,270
(504)*
$37,270
(514)*
$37,270
(521)*
NA
NA
$37,270
(514)*
$37,270
(514)*
$37,270
(502)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
417
Metal and plastic workers (other)
( 51-4199 )
$37,185
NA
$37,850
(492)*
$37,850
(505)*
$37,850
(508)*
NA
NA
$37,850
(507)*
$37,850
(504)*
$33,860
(567)
Medium-term on-the-job training
418
Biological technicians
( 19-4021 )
$37,107
-0.37%
$37,220
(505)*
$37,220
(515)*
$36,540
(537)
NA
NA
$37,220
(515)*
$37,220
(516)*
$37,220
(503)*
Bachelor's degree
419
Other motor vehicle operators
( 53-3099 )
$37,045
-17.97%
$36,880
(512)*
$37,870
(503)
$36,880
(531)*
NA
NA
$36,880
(521)*
$36,880
(520)*
$36,880
(504)*
Short-term on-the-job training
420
Extruding, forming, pressing and compacting machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-9041 )
$36,941
-3.66%
$38,490
(484)*
$43,820
(410)
$38,490
(500)*
$36,980
(512)
$28,400
(678)
$38,490
(493)*
$33,920
(565)
Medium-term on-the-job training
421
Payroll and timekeeping clerks
( 43-3051 )
$36,867
0.09%
$35,670
(532)
$37,780
(508)
$39,010
(488)
$35,670
(551)
$36,720
(527)
$37,240
(515)
$35,980
(521)
Medium-term on-the-job training
422
Other healthcare support workers
( 31-9099 )
$36,867
NA
$38,960
(475)*
$32,180
(613)
$38,580
(498)
$31,470
(630)
$38,960
(485)*
$38,960
(484)*
$38,960
(475)*
Short-term on-the-job training
423
Paper goods machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-9196 )
$36,837
3.18%
$25,940
(724)
$38,680
(492)*
$38,680
(496)*
$33,200
(603)
$38,680
(492)*
$38,680
(490)*
$44,000
(394)
Medium-term on-the-job training
424
Construction and maintenance painters
( 47-2141 )
$36,827
3.71%
$30,150
(647)
$38,460
(497)
$42,260
(436)
$36,680
(525)
$38,990
(483)
$37,430
(511)*
$33,820
(569)
Medium-term on-the-job training
425
Recreational vehicle service technicians
( 49-3092 )
$36,820
2.62%
$36,820
(513)*
$36,820
(521)*
$36,820
(532)*
NA
NA
$36,820
(523)*
$36,820
(521)*
$36,820
(505)*
Long-term on-the-job training
426
Glaziers
( 47-2121 )
$36,798
-6.52%
$38,070
(488)*
$38,070
(502)*
$38,070
(506)*
NA
NA
$38,070
(504)*
$38,070
(501)*
$30,440
(642)
Long-term on-the-job training
427
Chemical equipment operators and tenders
( 51-9011 )
$36,793
-0.84%
$37,770
(494)*
$37,770
(509)*
$37,770
(510)*
$31,380
(633)
$37,770
(509)*
$37,770
(506)*
$37,320
(500)
Medium-term on-the-job training
428
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers and weighers
( 51-9061 )
$36,687
2.45%
$35,720
(530)
$35,530
(544)
$36,360
(540)
$36,770
(520)
$36,830
(522)
$37,460
(510)*
$38,140
(487)
Medium-term on-the-job training
429
Manufactured building and mobile home installers
( 49-9095 )
$36,520
20.09%
$36,520
(518)*
$36,520
(527)*
$36,520
(538)*
NA
NA
$36,520
(531)*
$36,520
(527)*
$36,520
(512)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
430
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians
( 29-2012 )
$36,421
-8.53%
$35,830
(527)*
$34,720
(565)
$36,500
(539)
$35,620
(553)
$41,030
(440)
$35,830
(534)*
$35,420
(534)
Associate degree
431
Metal-refining furnace operators and tenders
( 51-4051 )
$36,384
8.98%
$36,110
(524)*
$36,110
(533)*
$36,110
(545)*
$43,740
(405)
$31,450
(626)
$36,110
(531)*
$35,060
(546)
Medium-term on-the-job training
432
Hazardous materials removal workers
( 47-4041 )
$36,300
-0.74%
$36,300
(522)*
$36,300
(529)*
$36,300
(541)*
NA
NA
$36,300
(534)*
$36,300
(529)*
$36,300
(517)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
433
Metal and plastic lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4034 )
$36,130
3.09%
$36,130
(523)*
$36,130
(532)*
$36,130
(544)*
$36,520
(532)
$36,600
(528)
$36,130
(530)*
$35,270
(538)
Medium-term on-the-job training
434
Sales and related occupations
( 41-0000 )
$36,117
NA
$36,890
(511)
$37,020
(518)
$39,170
(485)
$34,930
(567)
$34,370
(561)
$35,360
(545)
$35,080
(543)
NA
435
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping
( 43-4161 )
$36,080
-6.51%
$29,910
(654)
$35,920
(534)
$37,720
(511)
$37,160
(508)
$39,090
(481)
$36,570
(526)*
$36,190
(519)
Short-term on-the-job training
436
Pest control workers
( 37-2021 )
$36,045
2.37%
$34,300
(556)*
$39,810
(470)
$36,930
(530)
NA
NA
$34,300
(562)*
$34,300
(568)*
$36,630
(509)
Medium-term on-the-job training
437
First-line supervisors and managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers
( 37-1011 )
$36,039
-1.12%
$34,160
(560)
$36,150
(531)
$34,740
(573)
$39,690
(463)
$37,780
(508)
$35,220
(546)*
$34,530
(554)
Work experience
438
General maintenance and repair workers
( 49-9071 )
$35,891
-0.36%
$34,980
(542)
$35,450
(545)
$37,210
(523)
$36,840
(517)
$31,550
(622)
$35,620
(539)
$39,590
(461)
Medium-term on-the-job training
439
Paving, surfacing and tamping equipment operators
( 47-2071 )
$35,784
-1.62%
$34,880
(544)
$35,080
(555)
$35,500
(557)*
$40,600
(452)
$35,500
(543)*
$35,500
(541)*
$33,430
(579)
Medium-term on-the-job training
440
Locksmiths and safe repairers
( 49-9094 )
$35,627
6.18%
$35,070
(538)*
$33,470
(590)
$34,260
(586)
$37,370
(503)
$37,710
(510)
$35,070
(553)*
$36,440
(514)
Long-term on-the-job training
441
Cooling and freezing equipment operators and tenders
( 51-9193 )
$35,570
-0.6%
$36,580
(517)*
$36,580
(526)*
$36,580
(536)*
$29,510
(666)
$36,580
(530)*
$36,580
(525)*
$36,580
(511)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
442
Community health workers
( 21-1094 )
$35,563
NA
$35,740
(529)*
$35,740
(538)*
$34,680
(576)
NA
NA
$35,740
(538)*
$35,740
(537)*
$35,740
(527)*
NA
443
Motorcycle mechanics
( 49-3052 )
$35,546
-5.51%
$34,620
(547)*
$34,620
(567)*
$34,620
(578)*
$35,910
(544)
$34,620
(557)*
$34,620
(560)*
$39,810
(458)
Long-term on-the-job training
444
Rehabilitation counselors
( 21-1015 )
$35,524
-7.68%
$28,430
(679)
$34,700
(566)
$45,080
(389)
$35,790
(547)
$33,440
(579)
$35,740
(536)*
$35,490
(532)
Master's degree
445
Costume attendants
( 39-3092 )
$35,480
NA
$36,800
(514)*
$36,800
(522)*
$36,800
(533)*
$27,560
(700)
$36,800
(524)*
$36,800
(522)*
$36,800
(506)*
Short-term on-the-job training
446
Police, fire and ambulance dispatchers
( 43-5031 )
$35,193
8.78%
$27,400
(703)
$37,790
(507)*
$37,790
(509)*
NA
NA
$35,580
NA
$37,790
(505)*
$35,580
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
447
Metal and plastic grinding, lapping, polishing and buffing machine tool setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4033 )
$35,166
1.14%
$25,400
(734)
$40,480
(456)
$34,290
(583)
$37,140
(509)
$28,690
(673)
$38,110
(500)*
$42,050
(427)
Medium-term on-the-job training
448
New accounts clerks
( 43-4141 )
$35,131
2.45%
$35,780
(528)*
$35,780
(537)*
$37,220
(522)
$29,800
(660)
$35,780
(537)*
$35,780
(535)*
$35,780
(526)
Short-term on-the-job training
449
Transportation security screeners
( 33-9093 )
$35,120
0.14%
$35,120
(536)*
$35,120
(553)*
$35,120
(565)
NA
NA
$35,120
(548)*
$35,120
(548)*
$35,120
(542)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
450
Roofers
( 47-2181 )
$35,104
1.05%
$34,210
(559)*
$34,210
(574)*
$40,480
(466)
$35,040
(563)
$34,210
(564)*
$34,210
(570)*
$33,370
(582)
Medium-term on-the-job training
451
Painting, coating and decorating workers
( 51-9123 )
$35,037
14.31%
$35,060
(539)
$35,620
(542)*
$35,620
(556)*
$32,710
(609)
$35,620
(540)*
$35,620
(540)*
$35,010
(548)
Medium-term on-the-job training
452
Bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks
( 43-3031 )
$34,906
3.05%
$33,780
(568)
$35,630
(541)
$37,350
(517)
$34,620
(573)
$33,340
(581)
$35,090
(551)
$34,530
(555)
Medium-term on-the-job training
453
Security and fire alarm systems installers
( 49-2098 )
$34,809
-2.87%
$32,620
(585)*
$42,220
(434)
$30,970
(658)
$43,970
(401)
$32,620
(594)*
$32,620
(598)*
$28,640
(671)
Medium-term on-the-job training
454
Mechanical door repairers
( 49-9011 )
$34,730
-6.72%
$34,730
(545)*
$34,730
(564)*
$34,730
(574)*
NA
NA
$34,730
(555)*
$34,730
(558)*
$34,730
(552)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
455
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-9023 )
$34,729
-4.29%
$33,720
(571)*
$34,600
(568)
$33,720
(602)*
$34,200
(583)
$36,490
(532)
$33,720
(580)*
$36,650
(508)
Medium-term on-the-job training
456
Loan interviewers and clerks
( 43-4131 )
$34,713
3.14%
$34,530
(549)*
$33,830
(583)
$33,840
(597)
$36,000
(542)
$39,450
(468)
$34,530
(562)*
$30,810
(633)
Short-term on-the-job training
457
Tool grinders, filers and sharpeners
( 51-4194 )
$34,671
-4.59%
$35,910
(525)*
$35,910
(535)*
$35,700
(553)
$29,820
(659)
$35,310
(546)
$35,910
(532)*
$34,140
(561)
Medium-term on-the-job training
458
Floor layers
( 47-2042 )
$34,408
-1.06%
$34,270
(557)*
$35,100
(554)
$34,270
(585)*
NA
NA
$34,270
(563)*
$34,270
(569)*
$34,270
(558)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
459
Agricultural and food science technicians
( 19-4011 )
$34,399
4.19%
$34,070
(562)*
$34,070
(576)*
$34,070
(590)*
$36,900
(514)
$33,540
(576)
$34,070
(573)*
$34,070
(564)*
Associate degree
460
Metal and plastic plating and coating machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4193 )
$34,386
-2.32%
$36,420
(520)*
$24,350
(751)
$31,460
(646)
$35,770
(548)
$36,420
(533)*
$36,420
(528)*
$39,860
(456)
Medium-term on-the-job training
461
Parts salespersons
( 41-2022 )
$34,299
6.1%
$31,380
(613)
$34,970
(561)
$32,230
(627)
$39,060
(471)
$40,360
(454)
$35,090
(550)
$27,000
(700)
Medium-term on-the-job training
462
Printing press operators
( 51-5112 )
$34,287
-2.57%
$24,890
(745)
$32,230
(611)
$37,110
(525)
$39,710
(461)
$34,110
(565)
$34,200
(571)*
$37,760
(495)
Medium-term on-the-job training
463
Medical transcriptionists
( 31-9094 )
$34,279
1.27%
$34,510
(550)*
$34,470
(570)
$36,070
(546)
$33,760
(591)
$33,110
(583)
$34,510
(563)*
$33,520
(574)
Postsecondary
464
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters
( 51-7011 )
$34,274
-1.47%
$34,360
(553)
$32,840
(599)*
$35,730
(552)
$37,280
(505)
$31,190
(631)
$32,840
(594)*
$35,680
(529)
Medium-term on-the-job training
465
Metal and plastic extruding and drawing machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4021 )
$34,239
-1.22%
$34,050
(563)*
$34,050
(578)*
$37,000
(529)
$35,290
(561)
$34,050
(567)*
$34,050
(574)*
$31,180
(623)
Medium-term on-the-job training
466
Furnace, kiln, oven, drier and kettle operators and tenders
( 51-9051 )
$34,134
-2.8%
$33,750
(570)*
$33,750
(586)*
$33,750
(600)*
$36,710
(522)
$33,750
(571)*
$33,750
(579)*
$33,480
(577)
Medium-term on-the-job training
467
Dental assistants
( 31-9091 )
$34,086
0.35%
$34,560
(548)
$36,680
(523)
$34,040
(591)
$33,330
(600)
$33,570
(574)
$33,660
(583)*
$32,760
(589)
Postsecondary
468
Audio-visual and multimedia collections specialists
( 25-9011 )
$34,080
6.57%
$34,080
(561)*
$34,080
(575)*
$34,080
(589)*
NA
NA
$34,080
(566)*
$34,080
(572)*
$34,080
(563)*
Bachelor's degree plus experience
469
Bill and account collectors
( 43-3011 )
$33,990
3.37%
$25,940
(723)
$35,210
(550)
$37,100
(526)
$37,770
(492)
$31,560
(621)
$35,130
(547)*
$35,220
(540)
Medium-term on-the-job training
470
Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners
( 47-4071 )
$33,940
4.86%
$34,620
(546)*
$29,840
(661)
$34,620
(577)*
NA
NA
$34,620
(556)*
$34,620
(559)*
$35,320
(537)
Medium-term on-the-job training
471
Metal and plastic drilling and boring machine tool setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4032 )
$33,901
0.58%
$35,040
(540)*
$35,040
(557)*
$35,640
(555)
$29,140
(672)
$35,040
(550)*
$35,040
(554)*
$32,370
(595)
Medium-term on-the-job training
472
Metal and plastic cutting, punching and press machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4031 )
$33,893
-2.33%
$30,740
(632)
$31,400
(630)
$34,790
(572)
$31,190
(635)
$38,020
(505)
$35,440
(543)*
$35,670
(530)
Medium-term on-the-job training
473
Paperhangers
( 47-2142 )
$33,890
-0.96%
$33,890
(565)*
$33,890
(581)*
$33,890
(594)*
NA
NA
$33,890
(568)*
$33,890
(575)*
$33,890
(566)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
474
Choreographers
( 27-2032 )
$33,797
3.44%
$33,410
(574)*
$33,410
(592)*
$33,410
(608)*
$36,120
(539)
$33,410
(580)*
$33,410
(585)*
$33,410
(580)*
Work experience
475
Photographers
( 27-4021 )
$33,773
10.5%
$32,130
(597)*
$43,360
(419)
$37,620
(512)
$34,190
(584)
$32,130
(607)*
$32,130
(610)*
$24,850
(740)
Long-term on-the-job training
476
Radio and television announcers
( 27-3011 )
$33,770
1.05%
$33,770
(569)*
$33,770
(585)*
$33,770
(599)*
NA
NA
$33,770
(570)*
$33,770
(578)*
$33,770
(572)*
Bachelor's degree
477
Self-enrichment education teachers
( 25-3021 )
$33,531
-3.12%
$47,560
(340)
$31,090
(639)
$36,190
(543)
$26,600
(718)
$33,060
(586)*
$33,060
(591)*
$27,160
(698)
Work experience
478
Reporters and correspondents
( 27-3022 )
$33,434
6.53%
$32,670
(584)*
$32,670
(600)*
$35,310
(562)
$35,380
(559)
$32,670
(593)*
$32,670
(597)*
$32,670
(590)*
Bachelor's degree
479
Dispensing opticians
( 29-2081 )
$33,403
-1.9%
$31,610
(611)*
$35,430
(547)
$34,120
(588)
$36,660
(526)
$35,120
(547)
$31,610
(622)*
$29,270
(664)
Long-term on-the-job training
480
Farm equipment mechanics
( 49-3041 )
$33,394
-9.62%
$34,310
(555)*
$34,310
(573)*
$32,650
(618)
$36,010
(541)
$32,820
(591)
$34,310
(567)*
$29,350
(661)
Long-term on-the-job training
481
Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-9032 )
$33,380
2.46%
$33,420
(573)*
$33,420
(591)*
$33,420
(607)*
$32,490
(620)
$32,510
(599)
$33,420
(584)*
$34,980
(549)
Short-term on-the-job training
482
Medical records and health information technicians
( 29-2071 )
$33,323
4.01%
$34,250
(558)
$31,730
(624)
$33,880
(595)
$32,060
(623)
$35,020
(551)
$33,390
(586)*
$32,930
(587)
Postsecondary
483
Agricultural equipment operators
( 45-2091 )
$33,140
10.8%
$33,140
(577)*
$33,140
(594)*
$33,140
(612)*
NA
NA
$33,140
(582)*
$33,140
(588)*
$33,140
(583)*
Short-term on-the-job training
484
Dental laboratory technicians
( 51-9081 )
$33,067
-6.46%
$33,060
(581)*
$33,060
(597)*
$36,050
(547)
NA
NA
$33,060
(587)*
$33,060
(592)*
$30,110
(648)
Medium-term on-the-job training
485
Metal pourers and casters
( 51-4052 )
$33,010
-2.77%
$33,070
(579)*
$33,070
(596)*
$33,070
(615)*
$33,470
(597)
$33,510
(577)
$33,070
(590)*
$31,810
(610)
Medium-term on-the-job training
486
Word processors and typists
( 43-9022 )
$32,900
-3.24%
$33,070
(578)*
$32,170
(615)
$33,070
(614)*
$33,080
(606)
$33,070
(585)*
$33,070
(589)*
$32,770
(588)
Short-term on-the-job training
487
Food and tobacco roasting, baking and drying machine operators and tenders
( 51-3091 )
$32,883
-12.01%
$33,680
(572)*
$33,680
(587)*
$27,060
(721)
$34,720
(572)
$33,680
(572)*
$33,680
(582)*
$33,680
(573)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
488
Ophthalmic medical technicians
( 29-2057 )
$32,813
NA
$32,590
(586)*
$32,590
(601)*
$32,590
(619)*
$34,830
(569)
$32,590
(595)*
$32,590
(599)*
$31,910
(609)
NA
489
Phlebotomists
( 31-9097 )
$32,813
NA
$33,800
(567)*
$33,800
(584)*
$30,230
(672)
$32,600
(616)
$31,660
(619)
$33,800
(577)*
$33,800
(570)*
NA
490
Separating, filtering, clarifying, precipitating and still machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-9012 )
$32,771
-8.44%
$32,340
(591)*
$32,340
(607)*
$32,340
(626)*
$35,360
(560)
$32,340
(601)*
$32,340
(604)*
$32,340
(596)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
491
Production occupations
( 51-0000 )
$32,633
NA
$30,500
(636)
$32,290
(609)
$33,330
(610)
$34,440
(578)
$31,390
(627)
$30,070
(652)
$36,410
(516)
NA
492
Furniture finishers
( 51-7021 )
$32,617
3.1%
$32,100
(598)*
$32,100
(618)*
$38,660
(497)
$32,620
(615)
$27,290
(708)
$32,100
(611)*
$33,450
(578)
Short-term on-the-job training
493
Other drafters
( 17-3019 )
$32,460
-0.42%
$32,460
(589)*
$32,460
(605)*
$32,460
(624)*
NA
NA
$32,460
(600)*
$32,460
(603)*
$32,460
(594)*
Associate degree
494
Brickmason, blockmason, stonemason and tile and marble setter helpers
( 47-3011 )
$32,306
-1.88%
$32,540
(588)*
$32,540
(604)*
$32,540
(623)*
$33,240
(602)
$32,540
(598)*
$32,540
(602)*
$30,200
(644)
Short-term on-the-job training
495
Industrial truck and tractor operators
( 53-7051 )
$32,286
0.23%
$32,380
(590)
$35,010
(559)
$34,180
(587)
$34,050
(587)
$26,390
(718)
$32,750
(595)*
$31,240
(621)
Short-term on-the-job training
496
Metal and plastic multiple machine tool setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4081 )
$32,254
0.76%
$30,460
(639)
$26,800
(710)
$32,090
(630)
$41,940
(432)
$25,210
(735)
$31,480
(626)*
$37,800
(494)
Medium-term on-the-job training
497
Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders
( 51-9191 )
$32,219
3.94%
$31,610
(612)*
$31,610
(627)*
$31,610
(643)*
$31,660
(628)
$31,610
(620)*
$31,610
(623)*
$35,820
(525)
Medium-term on-the-job training
498
Coaches and scouts
( 27-2022 )
$32,137
-1.22%
$50,160
(309)
$35,000
(560)
$33,550
(605)
$23,920
(756)
$29,910
(660)*
$29,910
(657)*
$22,510
(768)
Long-term on-the-job training
499
Fiberglass laminators and fabricators
( 51-2091 )
$32,130
-0.51%
$31,100
(621)*
$31,100
(638)*
$31,100
(654)*
$38,310
(482)
$31,100
(634)*
$31,100
(632)*
$31,100
(625)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
500
Interviewers
( 43-4111 )
$32,117
-5.63%
$32,700
(583)*
$30,480
(650)
$31,510
(645)
$30,540
(645)
$32,700
(592)*
$32,700
(596)*
$34,190
(560)
Short-term on-the-job training
501
Transit and intercity bus drivers
( 53-3021 )
$32,090
3.73%
$27,340
(705)
$32,250
(610)*
$39,050
(487)
$29,240
(671)
$32,250
(603)*
$32,250
(606)*
$32,250
(598)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
502
Office and administrative support occupations
( 43-0000 )
$31,954
NA
$31,120
(619)
$34,060
(577)
$35,150
(564)
$32,700
(610)
$30,580
(646)
$27,910
(700)
$32,160
(600)
NA
503
Metal and plastic molding, coremaking and casting machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4072 )
$31,921
4.62%
$29,960
(652)
$31,530
(628)*
$36,270
(542)
$32,440
(621)
$31,530
(623)*
$31,530
(625)*
$30,190
(645)
Medium-term on-the-job training
504
Musical instrument repairers and tuners
( 49-9063 )
$31,920
NA
$31,920
(605)*
$31,920
(622)*
$31,920
(634)*
NA
NA
$31,920
(611)*
$31,920
(617)*
$31,920
(608)*
Postsecondary
505
Craft artists
( 27-1012 )
$31,904
NA
$32,150
(595)*
$32,150
(616)*
$32,150
(628)*
$30,430
(646)
$32,150
(606)*
$32,150
(609)*
$32,150
(601)*
Long-term on-the-job training
506
Correspondence clerks
( 43-4021 )
$31,848
-3.48%
$32,040
(600)*
$33,100
(595)
$29,830
(680)
NA
NA
$32,040
(609)*
$32,040
(613)*
$32,040
(604)*
Short-term on-the-job training
507
Outdoor power equipment and other small engine mechanics
( 49-3053 )
$31,840
4.55%
$31,780
(607)*
$33,900
(580)
$31,780
(637)*
$30,080
(654)
$31,780
(615)*
$31,780
(618)*
$31,780
(611)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
508
Travel agents
( 41-3041 )
$31,796
-1.38%
$30,510
(635)*
$34,920
(563)
$30,510
(668)*
$38,680
(478)
$30,510
(647)*
$30,510
(645)*
$26,930
(702)
Medium-term on-the-job training
509
Transportation and material moving occupations
( 53-0000 )
$31,711
NA
$30,140
(648)
$35,590
(543)
$35,250
(563)
$31,330
(634)
$30,310
(653)
$26,700
(714)
$32,660
(591)
NA
510
Animal trainers
( 39-2011 )
$31,683
19.34%
$32,950
(582)*
$32,950
(598)*
$32,950
(616)*
$24,080
(754)
$32,950
(589)*
$32,950
(593)*
$32,950
(585)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
511
Proofreaders and copy markers
( 43-9081 )
$31,636
-7.41%
$31,200
(617)*
$31,200
(634)*
$31,200
(652)*
$36,800
(518)
$31,200
(630)*
$31,200
(630)*
$28,650
(670)
Bachelor's degree
512
Extraction worker helpers
( 47-5081 )
$31,628
NA
$31,690
(609)*
$31,690
(625)*
$31,690
(639)*
NA
NA
$31,690
(617)*
$31,690
(620)*
$31,320
(619)
Short-term on-the-job training
513
Veterinary technologists and technicians
( 29-2056 )
$31,614
4.08%
$31,970
(604)*
$32,370
(606)
$33,740
(601)
$29,340
(669)
$31,470
(625)
$31,970
(616)*
$30,440
(641)
Associate degree
514
Prepress technicians and workers
( 51-5111 )
$31,556
-13.07%
$31,660
(610)*
$29,740
(664)
$28,190
(697)
$39,280
(468)
$23,920
(755)
$31,660
(621)*
$36,440
(515)
Postsecondary
515
Medical equipment preparers
( 31-9093 )
$31,553
-2.46%
$32,210
(594)*
$32,210
(612)*
$31,440
(647)
$28,380
(686)
$32,210
(605)*
$32,210
(607)*
$32,210
(599)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
516
Credit authorizers, checkers and clerks
( 43-4041 )
$31,519
2.09%
$31,380
(614)*
$30,140
(656)
$34,830
(571)
$34,400
(579)
$27,570
(703)
$31,380
(627)*
$30,930
(630)
Short-term on-the-job training
517
Cleaning, washing and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders
( 51-9192 )
$31,333
-15.8%
$31,210
(616)*
$31,210
(633)*
$31,210
(651)*
$28,500
(682)
$31,210
(629)*
$31,210
(629)*
$34,780
(551)
Medium-term on-the-job training
518
Coating, painting and spraying machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-9121 )
$31,290
1.27%
$29,470
(661)
$25,150
(735)
$35,320
(561)
$35,880
(546)
$28,390
(679)
$32,180
(608)*
$32,640
(592)
Medium-term on-the-job training
519
Customer service representatives
( 43-4051 )
$31,279
-1.94%
$28,540
(677)
$36,290
(530)
$34,950
(569)
$33,990
(589)
$28,010
(691)
$25,990
(722)
$31,180
(622)
Short-term on-the-job training
520
Shipping, receiving and traffic clerks
( 43-5071 )
$31,259
-0.79%
$30,770
(629)
$29,540
(667)
$33,360
(609)
$31,910
(626)
$30,000
(658)
$29,710
(661)
$33,520
(575)
Short-term on-the-job training
521
Construction laborers
( 47-2061 )
$31,226
-2.04%
$30,060
(649)
$35,180
(552)
$32,100
(629)
$31,380
(632)
$33,460
(578)
$24,320
(752)
$32,080
(602)
Short-term on-the-job training
522
Construction and related workers, all other
( 47-4099 )
$31,167
NA
$32,050
(599)*
$26,750
(711)
$32,050
(631)*
NA
NA
$32,050
(608)*
$32,050
(612)*
$32,050
(603)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
523
Orderlies
( 31-1015 )
$31,163
NA
$30,870
(628)*
$30,870
(642)*
$30,870
(661)*
$32,920
(608)
$30,870
(640)*
$30,870
(639)*
$30,870
(632)*
NA
524
Rotary drill operators, oil and gas
( 47-5012 )
$31,120
NA
$31,120
(620)*
$31,120
(636)*
$31,120
(653)*
NA
NA
$31,120
(632)*
$31,120
(631)*
$31,120
(624)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
525
Preschool teachers
( 25-2011 )
$31,104
17.31%
$28,760
(671)*
$28,760
(677)*
$26,900
(722)
$30,120
(653)
$45,170
(383)
$28,760
(676)*
$29,260
(665)
Associate degree
526
Recordkeeping weighers, measurers, checkers and samplers
( 43-5111 )
$31,091
2.18%
$23,310
(763)
$30,350
(653)*
$38,980
(489)
$31,710
(627)
$32,970
(588)
$30,350
(650)*
$29,970
(650)
Short-term on-the-job training
527
Light or delivery services truck drivers
( 53-3033 )
$31,081
3.56%
$29,760
(657)
$28,600
(681)
$35,820
(551)
$34,320
(581)
$25,620
(727)
$25,180
(735)
$38,270
(486)
Short-term on-the-job training
528
Billing and posting clerks
( 43-3021 )
$31,080
1.76%
$30,410
(641)
$31,160
(635)
$33,630
(603)
$30,320
(648)
$31,830
(614)
$29,430
(667)
$30,780
(634)
Short-term on-the-job training
529
First-line supervisors and managers of food preparation and serving workers
( 35-1012 )
$31,040
-0.73%
$29,400
(664)
$34,560
(569)
$32,910
(617)
$32,680
(611)
$31,700
(616)
$24,290
(753)
$31,740
(612)
Work experience
530
Fallers
( 45-4021 )
$30,940
NA
$30,940
(626)*
$30,940
(641)*
$30,940
(660)*
NA
NA
$30,940
(639)*
$30,940
(638)*
$30,940
(629)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
531
Etchers and engravers
( 51-9194 )
$30,937
-6.27%
$31,740
(608)*
$31,740
(623)*
$31,740
(638)*
$28,890
(676)
$28,970
(669)
$31,740
(619)*
$31,740
(613)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
532
Other sales and related workers
( 41-9099 )
$30,926
NA
$28,900
(669)*
$33,470
(589)
$27,440
(716)
$25,590
(730)
$48,730
(335)
$28,900
(674)*
$23,450
(757)
Medium-term on-the-job training
533
Court, municipal and license clerks
( 43-4031 )
$30,877
-16.05%
$24,160
(759)
$32,570
(603)*
$32,570
(621)*
$33,590
(595)
$32,570
(597)*
$29,700
(662)
$30,980
(627)
Medium-term on-the-job training
534
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders
( 51-9111 )
$30,821
-6.29%
$33,360
(575)
$32,060
(619)
$31,570
(644)
$29,690
(663)
$28,770
(671)
$30,950
(637)*
$29,350
(662)
Medium-term on-the-job training
535
Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks
( 43-4181 )
$30,781
8.38%
$32,300
(592)*
$32,300
(608)*
$32,430
(625)
$21,540
(778)
$32,300
(602)*
$32,300
(605)*
$32,300
(597)*
Short-term on-the-job training
536
Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations
( 45-0000 )
$30,691
NA
$28,110
(688)
$30,140
(657)
$33,940
(593)
$28,390
(685)
$31,110
(633)
$34,580
(561)
$28,570
(672)
NA
537
Telephone operators
( 43-2021 )
$30,690
-0.41%
$30,690
(633)*
$30,690
(646)*
$30,690
(665)*
NA
NA
$30,690
(644)*
$30,690
(642)*
$30,690
(638)*
Short-term on-the-job training
538
Tailors, dressmakers and custom sewers
( 51-6052 )
$30,685
15.88%
$30,490
(637)*
$30,490
(649)*
$31,660
(640)
NA
NA
$30,490
(648)*
$30,490
(646)*
$30,490
(639)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
539
Carpenter helpers
( 47-3012 )
$30,639
3.26%
$31,980
(603)*
$31,980
(621)*
$31,980
(633)*
$27,740
(698)
$26,830
(712)
$31,980
(615)*
$31,980
(607)*
Short-term on-the-job training
540
Parking enforcement workers
( 33-3041 )
$30,547
2.41%
$30,750
(630)*
$30,750
(643)*
$29,530
(684)
NA
NA
$30,750
(642)*
$30,750
(640)*
$30,750
(636)*
Short-term on-the-job training
541
Butchers and meat cutters
( 51-3021 )
$30,533
-2.99%
$27,740
(696)
$33,230
(593)
$34,520
(579)
$28,850
(677)
$32,940
(590)
$30,040
(654)*
$26,410
(710)
Long-term on-the-job training
542
Stonemasons
( 47-2022 )
$30,460
1.26%
$30,460
(638)*
$30,460
(651)*
$30,460
(670)*
NA
NA
$30,460
(649)*
$30,460
(647)*
$30,460
(640)*
Long-term on-the-job training
543
Secretaries, except legal, medical and executive
( 43-6014 )
$30,446
-0.88%
$30,600
(634)
$32,170
(614)
$34,420
(581)
$30,300
(649)
$31,050
(635)
$23,810
(759)
$30,770
(635)
Short-term on-the-job training
544
Ophthalmic laboratory technicians
( 51-9083 )
$30,417
2.55%
$30,990
(622)*
$30,670
(647)
$30,990
(655)*
$28,650
(680)
$30,990
(636)*
$30,990
(633)*
$29,640
(655)
Medium-term on-the-job training
545
Other religious workers
( 21-2099 )
$30,350
-41.75%
$30,350
(642)*
$30,350
(652)*
$30,350
(671)*
NA
NA
$30,350
(650)*
$30,350
(649)*
$30,350
(643)*
Bachelor's degree
546
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics
( 29-2041 )
$30,281
2.77%
$29,530
(659)*
$27,730
(698)
$37,030
(528)
$29,940
(658)
$29,530
(664)*
$29,530
(663)*
$28,680
(669)
Postsecondary
547
Food batchmakers
( 51-3092 )
$30,269
0.02%
$29,460
(662)
$28,970
(674)
$26,590
(727)
$38,920
(475)
$27,800
(698)
$28,730
(678)*
$31,410
(618)
Short-term on-the-job training
548
Order clerks
( 43-4151 )
$30,217
5.88%
$30,200
(644)
$30,010
(659)
$33,120
(613)
$31,390
(631)
$30,830
(641)
$27,830
(701)
$28,140
(680)*
Short-term on-the-job training
549
Pharmacy technicians
( 29-2052 )
$30,013
-0.92%
$30,410
(640)*
$27,600
(701)
$33,790
(598)
$27,160
(707)
$32,210
(604)
$30,410
(648)*
$28,510
(675)
Medium-term on-the-job training
550
Other food preparation and serving-related workers
( 35-9099 )
$29,960
-9.21%
$29,960
(651)*
$29,960
(660)*
$29,960
(677)*
NA
NA
$29,960
(659)*
$29,960
(656)*
$29,960
(651)*
Short-term on-the-job training
551
Coin, vending and amusement machine servicers and repairers
( 49-9091 )
$29,885
-7.49%
$29,450
(663)*
$29,450
(670)*
$28,010
(704)
NA
NA
$29,450
(666)*
$29,450
(666)*
$33,500
(576)
Short-term on-the-job training
552
Engine and other machine assemblers
( 51-2031 )
$29,838
-4.66%
$30,980
(624)*
$28,560
(682)
$30,980
(657)*
NA
NA
$30,980
(637)*
$30,980
(635)*
$26,550
(708)
Short-term on-the-job training
553
Medical secretaries
( 43-6013 )
$29,823
-1.23%
$26,710
(713)
$30,210
(654)
$31,350
(648)
$31,090
(636)
$26,780
(713)
$30,580
(644)*
$32,040
(605)
Medium-term on-the-job training
554
Machine feeders and offbearers
( 53-7063 )
$29,811
2.9%
$28,220
(682)
$24,780
(745)
$33,600
(604)
$31,920
(625)
$30,220
(654)
$29,020
(673)*
$30,920
(631)
Short-term on-the-job training
555
Team assemblers
( 51-2092 )
$29,647
-0.88%
$26,250
(720)
$25,620
(728)
$29,260
(690)
$30,080
(655)
$30,650
(645)
$31,550
(624)*
$34,120
(562)
Medium-term on-the-job training
556
Tax preparers
( 13-2082 )
$29,540
-1.9%
$30,980
(623)*
$31,250
(631)
$34,000
(592)
$32,150
(622)
$26,510
(715)
$30,980
(634)*
$20,910
(784)
Medium-term on-the-job training
557
Woodworking machine setters, operators and tenders, except sawing
( 51-7042 )
$29,537
-1.75%
$29,910
(655)*
$25,880
(723)
$29,910
(678)*
$33,620
(593)
$30,330
(652)
$29,910
(658)*
$27,200
(696)
Short-term on-the-job training
558
Tree trimmers and pruners
( 37-3013 )
$29,393
NA
$28,490
(678)*
$28,490
(684)*
$28,490
(695)*
$34,810
(571)
$28,490
(677)*
$28,490
(683)*
$28,490
(676)*
Short-term on-the-job training
559
Conveyor operators and tenders
( 53-7011 )
$29,289
-5.06%
$27,690
(697)
$28,140
(690)*
$28,140
(700)*
$36,380
(534)
$28,140
(686)*
$28,140
(693)*
$28,390
(677)
Short-term on-the-job training
560
Food cooking machine operators and tenders
( 51-3093 )
$29,001
-14.6%
$29,380
(666)*
$29,760
(663)
$29,380
(687)*
$24,550
(748)
$31,860
(613)
$29,380
(669)*
$28,700
(668)
Short-term on-the-job training
561
Farm and ranch animals farmworkers
( 45-2093 )
$28,917
-5.61%
$29,940
(653)
$29,280
(672)*
$29,280
(689)*
$27,430
(702)
$27,930
(696)
$29,280
(670)*
$29,280
(663)*
Short-term on-the-job training
562
Data entry keyers
( 43-9021 )
$28,913
-0.38%
$30,250
(643)
$29,500
(668)
$27,760
(710)
$28,210
(689)
$31,500
(624)
$28,320
(685)*
$26,850
(703)
Medium-term on-the-job training
563
Laborers and freight, stock and material movers
( 53-7062 )
$28,749
2.04%
$28,660
(675)
$32,140
(617)
$27,970
(708)
$28,480
(683)
$29,190
(668)
$26,260
(718)
$28,540
(674)
Short-term on-the-job training
564
Production workers, all other
( 51-9199 )
$28,716
NA
$28,720
(673)*
$28,640
(680)
$28,650
(694)
$27,900
(696)
$24,140
(753)
$28,720
(679)*
$34,240
(559)
Medium-term on-the-job training
565
File clerks
( 43-4071 )
$28,629
-2.1%
$33,210
(576)
$33,560
(588)
$30,720
(664)
$27,150
(708)
$22,290
(772)
$29,450
(665)*
$24,020
(753)
Short-term on-the-job training
566
Hand grinding and polishing workers
( 51-9022 )
$28,461
7.95%
$28,880
(670)*
$28,880
(675)*
$28,880
(692)*
$28,130
(692)
$28,880
(670)*
$28,880
(675)*
$26,700
(706)
Medium-term on-the-job training
567
Molders, shapers and casters, except metal and plastic
( 51-9195 )
$28,443
-0.29%
$27,650
(698)*
$27,650
(699)*
$22,460
(771)
$36,560
(531)
$27,650
(701)*
$27,650
(703)*
$29,480
(659)
Long-term on-the-job training
568
Retail salespersons
( 41-2031 )
$28,387
8.36%
$27,950
(695)
$25,740
(724)
$26,760
(724)
$25,620
(729)
$30,170
(655)
$34,480
(564)
$27,990
(685)
Short-term on-the-job training
569
Medical assistants
( 31-9092 )
$28,379
-2.37%
$25,790
(725)
$26,800
(709)
$31,640
(641)
$27,760
(697)
$27,960
(695)
$29,070
(672)*
$29,630
(656)
Medium-term on-the-job training
570
Foundry mold and coremakers
( 51-4071 )
$28,367
0.95%
$27,180
(708)*
$27,180
(704)*
$27,180
(719)*
$36,240
(537)
$26,430
(717)
$27,180
(709)*
$27,180
(697)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
571
Demonstrators and product promoters
( 41-9011 )
$28,304
-4.07%
$28,120
(687)*
$31,110
(637)
$28,120
(701)*
$26,980
(713)
$28,120
(687)*
$28,120
(694)*
$27,560
(692)
Short-term on-the-job training
572
Print binding and finishing workers
( 51-5113 )
$28,283
-1.45%
$28,290
(680)*
$27,640
(700)
$22,240
(774)
$32,680
(612)
$27,270
(709)
$28,290
(686)*
$31,570
(616)
Short-term on-the-job training
573
Office machine operators, except computer
( 43-9071 )
$28,273
-5.85%
$28,230
(681)*
$28,350
(685)
$29,660
(683)
$29,120
(673)
$28,230
(681)*
$28,230
(687)*
$26,090
(713)
Short-term on-the-job training
574
Coil winders, tapers and finishers
( 51-2021 )
$28,267
-6.09%
$28,140
(686)*
$28,140
(689)*
$28,140
(699)*
NA
NA
$28,140
(685)*
$28,140
(692)*
$28,900
(666)
Short-term on-the-job training
575
Library technicians
( 25-4031 )
$28,254
-6.82%
$28,040
(691)
$26,660
(716)
$34,280
(584)
$26,770
(716)
$25,810
(723)
$28,560
(682)*
$27,660
(691)
Postsecondary
576
Physical therapist aides
( 31-2022 )
$28,249
3.92%
$28,640
(676)*
$26,810
(708)
$30,000
(675)
$27,030
(710)
$28,640
(674)*
$28,640
(681)*
$27,980
(687)
Medium-term on-the-job training
577
General office clerks
( 43-9061 )
$28,221
0.61%
$27,460
(700)
$30,630
(648)
$29,980
(676)
$29,270
(670)
$28,110
(688)
$23,540
(761)
$28,560
(673)
Short-term on-the-job training
578
Nursing assistants
( 31-1014 )
$28,217
NA
$27,290
(706)
$28,110
(691)
$30,500
(669)
$29,380
(668)
$28,530
(676)
$28,180
(690)*
$25,530
(719)
NA
579
Dietetic technicians
( 29-2051 )
$28,199
-16.54%
$26,270
(719)*
$26,270
(719)*
$26,270
(729)*
$33,370
(599)
$31,890
(612)
$26,270
(717)*
$27,050
(699)
Medium-term on-the-job training
580
Agricultural-products graders and sorters
( 45-2041 )
$28,167
15.69%
$29,390
(665)*
$29,390
(671)*
$29,390
(686)*
$20,830
(783)
$29,390
(667)*
$29,390
(668)*
$29,390
(660)*
Short-term on-the-job training
581
Substitute teachers
( 25-3098 )
$28,060
NA
$28,660
(674)*
$28,660
(679)*
$27,460
(715)
$21,760
(773)
$33,100
(584)
$28,660
(680)*
$28,120
(681)
NA
582
Logging equipment operators
( 45-4022 )
$27,980
9.94%
$27,980
(694)*
$27,980
(696)*
$27,980
(707)*
NA
NA
$27,980
(694)*
$27,980
(699)*
$27,980
(688)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
583
Upholsterers
( 51-6093 )
$27,973
-3.6%
$28,100
(689)*
$28,780
(676)
$28,100
(702)*
$30,290
(650)
$28,100
(689)*
$28,100
(695)*
$24,340
(750)
Medium-term on-the-job training
584
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers
( 51-2022 )
$27,923
-0.65%
$28,190
(684)*
$23,960
(759)
$30,590
(667)
$28,260
(688)
$29,650
(663)
$28,190
(689)*
$26,620
(707)
Short-term on-the-job training
585
Skin care specialists
( 39-5094 )
$27,837
-1.77%
$28,750
(672)*
$28,750
(678)*
$28,730
(693)
$22,380
(769)
$28,750
(672)*
$28,750
(677)*
$28,750
(667)*
Postsecondary
586
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
( 53-7081 )
$27,837
-1.34%
$26,960
(710)*
$26,960
(705)*
$25,550
(741)
$33,020
(607)
$28,640
(675)
$26,960
(712)*
$26,770
(704)
Short-term on-the-job training
587
Hairdressers, hairstylists and cosmetologists
( 39-5012 )
$27,464
5.53%
$26,380
(716)
$26,360
(718)
$31,620
(642)
$28,830
(678)
$21,970
(776)
$27,360
(706)*
$29,730
(653)
Postsecondary
588
Electronic home-entertainment equipment installers and repairers
( 49-2097 )
$27,428
-15.69%
$28,190
(683)*
$28,190
(687)*
$28,190
(696)*
NA
NA
$28,190
(682)*
$28,190
(688)*
$23,620
(756)
Postsecondary
589
Electrician helpers
( 47-3013 )
$27,419
-3.04%
$27,080
(709)*
$28,080
(692)
$27,080
(720)*
$31,010
(639)
$27,080
(710)*
$27,080
(710)*
$24,520
(747)
Short-term on-the-job training
590
Hand cutters and trimmers
( 51-9031 )
$27,350
-5.27%
$27,350
(704)*
$27,350
(703)*
$27,350
(718)*
NA
NA
$27,350
(706)*
$27,350
(707)*
$27,350
(695)*
Short-term on-the-job training
591
Driver-sales workers
( 53-3031 )
$27,296
-4.02%
$27,540
(699)
$24,260
(752)
$30,990
(656)
$27,190
(706)
$22,520
(768)
$27,480
(704)*
$31,090
(626)
Short-term on-the-job training
592
Wood-sawing machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-7041 )
$27,266
-5.19%
$21,420
(781)
$27,750
(697)*
$27,750
(711)*
$32,560
(619)
$25,460
(731)
$27,750
(702)*
$28,170
(679)
Short-term on-the-job training
593
Healthcare support occupations
( 31-0000 )
$27,256
NA
$27,180
(707)
$28,540
(683)
$29,360
(688)
$28,410
(684)
$27,920
(697)
$21,600
(782)
$27,780
(689)
NA
594
Counter and rental clerks
( 41-2021 )
$27,023
-2.63%
$26,400
(715)
$26,950
(706)
$31,890
(635)
$27,370
(705)
$22,980
(764)
$27,250
(708)*
$26,320
(711)
Short-term on-the-job training
595
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors
( 39-9031 )
$26,976
-1.44%
$26,380
(717)*
$24,220
(754)
$33,290
(611)
$28,130
(691)
$22,940
(765)
$26,380
(715)*
$27,490
(693)
Short-term on-the-job training
596
School bus drivers
( 53-3022 )
$26,774
5.16%
$27,420
(701)
$29,730
(666)
$33,440
(606)
$21,890
(772)
$27,800
(699)
$24,010
(755)
$23,130
(762)
Medium-term on-the-job training
597
Helpers--roofers
( 47-3016 )
$26,700
NA
$26,700
(714)*
$26,700
(714)*
$26,700
(725)*
NA
NA
$26,700
(714)*
$26,700
(713)*
$26,700
(705)*
Short-term on-the-job training
598
Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service
( 43-9051 )
$26,681
1.49%
$29,300
(667)
$25,200
(734)
$26,060
(731)
$29,540
(665)
$26,430
(716)
$25,280
(733)*
$24,960
(738)
Short-term on-the-job training
599
Receptionists and information clerks
( 43-4171 )
$26,401
2.08%
$25,550
(732)
$26,080
(721)
$27,690
(712)
$25,740
(727)
$27,650
(700)
$27,020
(711)
$25,080
(731)
Short-term on-the-job training
600
Shoe and leather workers and repairers
( 51-6041 )
$26,200
NA
$26,200
(721)*
$26,200
(720)*
$26,200
(730)*
NA
NA
$26,200
(721)*
$26,200
(719)*
$26,200
(712)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
601
Institution and cafeteria cooks
( 35-2012 )
$26,141
2.65%
$25,100
(737)
$25,110
(737)
$27,600
(713)
$25,670
(728)
$26,860
(711)
$24,550
(747)
$28,100
(682)
Short-term on-the-job training
602
Floral designers
( 27-1023 )
$26,127
3.81%
$26,310
(718)*
$25,650
(727)
$26,030
(733)
$24,640
(747)
$26,220
(720)
$26,310
(716)*
$27,730
(690)
Short-term on-the-job training
603
Motorboat mechanics
( 49-3051 )
$26,040
-4.79%
$26,040
(722)*
$26,040
(722)*
$26,040
(732)*
NA
NA
$26,040
(722)*
$26,040
(721)*
$26,040
(714)*
Long-term on-the-job training
604
Recreation workers
( 39-9032 )
$25,984
-0.88%
$33,060
(580)
$24,220
(755)
$23,650
(766)
$24,960
(742)
$25,440
(732)
$25,370
(729)*
$25,190
(728)
Bachelor's degree
605
Installation, maintenance and repair worker helpers
( 49-9098 )
$25,981
-6.36%
$31,790
(606)
$22,630
(776)
$28,930
(691)
$23,280
(763)
$24,550
(747)
$25,680
(725)*
$25,010
(734)
Medium-term on-the-job training
606
Residential advisors
( 39-9041 )
$25,957
-4.95%
$33,960
(564)
$24,230
(753)
$30,770
(662)
$27,390
(704)
$20,900
(789)
$23,810
(758)*
$20,640
(789)
Postsecondary
607
Survey researchers
( 19-3022 )
$25,857
-16.19%
$25,690
(727)*
$25,690
(726)*
$26,690
(726)
NA
NA
$25,690
(725)*
$25,690
(724)*
$25,690
(716)*
Bachelor's degree
608
Funeral attendants
( 39-4021 )
$25,796
1.3%
$25,700
(726)*
$25,700
(725)*
$25,700
(738)*
$25,570
(731)
$25,700
(724)*
$25,700
(723)*
$26,500
(709)
Short-term on-the-job training
609
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers
( 37-3011 )
$25,691
-0.79%
$21,170
(788)
$25,470
(731)
$27,550
(714)
$28,310
(687)
$28,240
(680)
$25,350
(731)*
$23,750
(755)
Short-term on-the-job training
610
Security guards
( 33-9032 )
$25,661
3.53%
$24,230
(756)
$26,710
(713)
$25,970
(734)
$25,470
(733)
$25,410
(733)
$29,990
(655)
$21,850
(772)
Short-term on-the-job training
611
Tellers
( 43-3071 )
$25,626
0.49%
$24,230
(757)
$23,930
(760)
$29,850
(679)
$26,070
(722)
$25,090
(738)
$25,240
(734)*
$24,970
(736)
Short-term on-the-job training
612
Bakers
( 51-3011 )
$25,551
-0.07%
$26,870
(711)
$23,300
(769)
$25,750
(737)
$23,170
(765)
$23,900
(756)
$30,660
(643)
$25,210
(727)
Long-term on-the-job training
613
Concierges
( 39-6012 )
$25,145
1.28%
$25,100
(738)*
$25,100
(738)*
$25,370
(743)
NA
NA
$25,100
(737)*
$25,100
(736)*
$25,100
(730)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
614
Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical technicians
( 53-3011 )
$25,122
1.5%
$24,970
(742)*
$24,970
(741)*
$25,880
(735)
NA
NA
$24,970
(741)*
$24,970
(739)*
$24,970
(737)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
615
Switchboard operators, including answering service
( 43-2011 )
$25,096
-4.93%
$23,500
(762)
$23,780
(763)
$26,850
(723)
$24,910
(744)
$25,480
(729)
$25,350
(732)*
$25,800
(715)
Short-term on-the-job training
616
Pharmacy aides
( 31-9095 )
$25,013
5.37%
$25,350
(735)*
$25,350
(732)*
$31,230
(650)
$21,740
(774)
$25,350
(734)*
$25,350
(730)*
$20,720
(787)
Short-term on-the-job training
617
Tire repairers and changers
( 49-3093 )
$24,943
-1.67%
$24,660
(749)*
$23,560
(765)
$24,580
(754)
$25,910
(726)
$28,140
(684)
$24,660
(746)*
$23,090
(764)
Medium-term on-the-job training
618
Slaughterers and meat packers
( 51-3023 )
$24,916
-2.01%
$24,910
(744)*
$24,910
(743)*
$24,910
(749)*
$24,950
(743)
$24,910
(742)*
$24,910
(741)*
$24,910
(739)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
619
Other building cleaning workers
( 37-2019 )
$24,840
1.8%
$24,840
(746)*
$24,840
(744)*
$24,840
(751)*
NA
NA
$24,840
(744)*
$24,840
(742)*
$24,840
(741)*
Short-term on-the-job training
620
Sewing machine operators
( 51-6031 )
$24,727
0.94%
$24,170
(758)
$26,520
(717)
$25,180
(745)
$26,350
(719)
$20,550
(790)
$24,750
(743)*
$25,570
(718)
Short-term on-the-job training
621
Stock clerks and order fillers
( 43-5081 )
$24,671
-1.9%
$22,780
(769)
$29,240
(673)
$24,000
(761)
$24,240
(752)
$25,170
(736)
$22,010
(776)
$25,260
(725)
Short-term on-the-job training
622
Pipelayer, plumber, pipefitter and steamfitter helpers
( 47-3015 )
$24,637
-12.88%
$22,630
(770)*
$28,260
(686)
$23,680
(765)
$28,680
(679)
$22,630
(767)*
$22,630
(769)*
$23,950
(754)
Short-term on-the-job training
623
Other assemblers and fabricators
( 51-2099 )
$24,636
5.6%
$24,240
(755)*
$26,880
(707)
$20,810
(794)
$26,690
(717)
$24,240
(752)*
$24,240
(754)*
$25,350
(723)
Medium-term on-the-job training
624
Restaurant cooks
( 35-2014 )
$24,589
5.7%
$23,070
(766)
$24,660
(748)
$24,850
(750)
$25,410
(735)
$23,130
(763)
$28,400
(684)
$22,600
(766)
Medium-term on-the-job training
625
Telemarketers
( 41-9041 )
$24,580
-6.69%
$24,370
(752)*
$23,290
(770)
$25,560
(740)
$27,010
(712)
$24,370
(750)*
$24,370
(750)*
$23,090
(763)
Short-term on-the-job training
626
Photographic process workers and processing machine operators
( 51-9151 )
$24,436
4.46%
$23,850
(761)*
$25,320
(733)
$22,260
(773)
$26,960
(714)
$24,550
(748)
$23,850
(757)*
$24,260
(751)
Short-term on-the-job training
627
Production work helpers
( 51-9198 )
$24,403
-7.85%
$24,340
(754)
$23,820
(761)
$25,150
(746)
$26,230
(720)
$22,140
(774)
$24,530
(748)*
$24,610
(746)
Short-term on-the-job training
628
Crossing guards
( 33-9091 )
$24,373
3.55%
$25,650
(729)*
$24,080
(757)
$25,790
(736)
$19,280
(794)
$27,640
(702)
$25,650
(726)*
$22,520
(767)
Short-term on-the-job training
629
Couriers and messengers
( 43-5021 )
$24,347
0.23%
$22,520
(771)
$23,520
(767)
$27,830
(709)
$26,060
(723)
$20,980
(787)
$24,680
(745)*
$24,840
(742)
Short-term on-the-job training
630
Meat, poultry and fish cutters and trimmers
( 51-3022 )
$24,277
3.78%
$24,940
(743)*
$23,790
(762)
$25,310
(744)
$20,190
(790)
$27,330
(707)
$24,940
(740)*
$23,440
(758)
Short-term on-the-job training
631
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations
( 37-0000 )
$24,240
NA
$24,100
(760)
$24,730
(746)
$23,800
(763)
$25,140
(737)
$24,610
(746)
$22,570
(771)
$24,730
(743)
NA
632
Teacher assistants
( 25-9041 )
$23,989
-1.74%
$25,160
(736)
$23,620
(764)
$24,050
(760)
$24,810
(745)
$23,630
(760)
$22,600
(770)
$24,050
(752)
Short-term on-the-job training
633
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners
( 37-2011 )
$23,954
1.31%
$25,680
(728)
$23,440
(768)
$23,110
(769)
$25,260
(736)
$23,690
(759)
$21,860
(778)
$24,640
(745)
Short-term on-the-job training
634
Personal care aides
( 39-9021 )
$23,940
8.64%
$25,040
(739)
$24,070
(758)
$21,880
(780)
$23,330
(762)
$24,850
(743)
$23,180
(765)*
$25,230
(726)
Short-term on-the-job training
635
Personal care and service occupations
( 39-0000 )
$23,644
NA
$25,630
(730)
$25,120
(736)
$26,340
(728)
$24,210
(753)
$22,460
(769)
$16,230
(811)
$25,520
(720)
NA
636
Hand packers and packagers
( 53-7064 )
$23,340
-1.69%
$24,650
(750)
$22,340
(778)
$21,890
(779)
$23,950
(755)
$21,550
(782)
$23,650
(760)*
$25,350
(724)
Short-term on-the-job training
637
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers
( 51-6011 )
$23,299
0.41%
$20,870
(790)
$26,680
(715)
$23,800
(764)
$22,990
(766)
$23,830
(758)
$23,430
(762)*
$21,490
(776)
Short-term on-the-job training
638
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment
( 53-7061 )
$23,164
-2.63%
$26,860
(712)
$21,570
(786)
$20,980
(792)
$25,020
(738)
$21,730
(780)
$22,840
(768)*
$23,150
(761)
Short-term on-the-job training
639
Tour guides and escorts
( 39-7011 )
$23,094
NA
$24,700
(748)
$22,320
(780)*
$21,750
(783)
$25,930
(725)
$22,320
(771)*
$22,320
(774)*
$22,320
(769)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
640
Crop, nursery and greenhouse farmworkers and laborers
( 45-2092 )
$22,914
-0.01%
$19,810
(798)
$21,820
(783)
$23,920
(762)*
$26,800
(715)
$23,920
(754)*
$23,920
(756)*
$20,210
(798)
Short-term on-the-job training
641
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs
( 53-3041 )
$22,861
0.13%
$22,370
(773)
$20,820
(792)
$24,060
(759)
$20,710
(785)
$23,840
(757)
$23,050
(766)*
$25,180
(729)
Short-term on-the-job training
642
Clerical library assistants
( 43-4121 )
$22,831
3.03%
$19,030
(804)
$24,150
(756)
$22,950
(770)
$23,850
(758)
$25,480
(730)
$22,360
(773)*
$22,000
(770)
Short-term on-the-job training
643
Parking lot attendants
( 53-6021 )
$22,586
3.19%
$22,900
(767)*
$22,900
(774)*
$24,080
(758)
$19,520
(793)
$22,900
(766)*
$22,900
(767)*
$22,900
(765)*
Short-term on-the-job training
644
Manicurists and pedicurists
( 39-5092 )
$22,337
-5.65%
$23,180
(765)*
$23,180
(772)*
$23,180
(768)*
$17,280
(807)
$23,180
(762)*
$23,180
(764)*
$23,180
(760)*
Postsecondary
645
Merchandise displayers and window trimmers
( 27-1026 )
$22,310
-19.81%
$21,020
(789)*
$21,020
(791)*
$21,020
(791)*
$30,050
(656)
$21,020
(786)*
$21,020
(789)*
$21,020
(783)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
646
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers
( 31-9096 )
$22,167
-1.59%
$21,280
(785)*
$20,460
(793)
$20,900
(793)
$23,480
(761)
$27,540
(704)
$21,280
(788)*
$20,230
(797)
Short-term on-the-job training
647
Pressers, textile, garment and related materials
( 51-6021 )
$22,029
0.8%
$21,290
(784)*
$20,450
(795)
$21,290
(789)*
$27,980
(695)
$21,290
(785)*
$21,290
(787)*
$20,610
(790)
Short-term on-the-job training
648
Service station attendants
( 53-6031 )
$21,784
-1.37%
$21,450
(780)*
$24,950
(742)
$21,450
(786)*
$22,110
(770)
$19,630
(798)
$21,450
(783)*
$21,450
(778)*
Short-term on-the-job training
649
Food preparation workers
( 35-2021 )
$21,713
-0.06%
$22,050
(774)
$21,360
(788)
$24,780
(752)
$20,180
(791)
$19,870
(796)
$22,300
(775)
$21,450
(777)
Short-term on-the-job training
650
Textile cutting machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-6062 )
$21,697
0.71%
$21,770
(777)*
$21,770
(784)*
$21,770
(782)*
$21,670
(776)
$21,770
(779)*
$21,770
(780)*
$21,360
(780)
Medium-term on-the-job training
651
Nonfarm animal caretakers
( 39-2021 )
$21,583
1.38%
$21,660
(778)*
$23,090
(773)
$21,900
(777)
$18,930
(797)
$22,430
(770)
$21,660
(781)*
$21,410
(779)
Short-term on-the-job training
652
Motion picture projectionists
( 39-3021 )
$21,393
-16.18%
$21,830
(776)*
$21,830
(782)*
$21,830
(781)*
$18,770
(798)
$21,830
(778)*
$21,830
(779)*
$21,830
(773)*
Short-term on-the-job training
653
Short-order cooks
( 35-2015 )
$21,376
-0.2%
$22,430
(772)
$21,120
(790)
$20,020
(801)
$21,180
(781)
$21,440
(783)
$22,370
(772)*
$21,070
(782)
Short-term on-the-job training
654
Home health aides
( 31-1011 )
$21,300
-2.7%
$19,130
(803)
$22,780
(775)
$21,410
(787)
$22,950
(767)
$22,150
(773)
$19,160
(804)
$21,520
(775)
Short-term on-the-job training
655
Food preparation and serving related occupations
( 35-0000 )
$21,237
NA
$20,660
(792)
$21,640
(785)
$22,190
(775)
$21,730
(775)
$20,220
(795)
$21,340
(784)
$20,880
(785)
NA
656
Hotel, motel and resort desk clerks
( 43-4081 )
$20,876
-0.49%
$21,380
(782)
$19,430
(801)
$21,990
(776)
$20,710
(784)
$21,640
(781)
$21,310
(785)*
$19,670
(799)
Short-term on-the-job training
657
Bartenders
( 35-3011 )
$20,556
-0.3%
$21,210
(787)
$22,320
(779)
$22,320
(772)
$21,190
(780)
$18,300
(805)
$16,940
(809)
$21,610
(774)
Short-term on-the-job training
658
Nonrestaurant food servers
( 35-3041 )
$20,480
-4.49%
$22,860
(768)
$18,970
(805)
$21,500
(785)
$20,140
(792)
$22,000
(775)
$19,770
(797)*
$18,120
(807)
Short-term on-the-job training
659
Gaming supervisors
( 39-1011 )
$20,460
NA
$20,460
(794)*
$20,460
(794)*
$20,460
(798)*
NA
NA
$20,460
(791)*
$20,460
(791)*
$20,460
(791)*
Short-term on-the-job training
660
Bailiffs
( 33-3011 )
$20,410
0.29%
$20,410
(796)*
$20,410
(797)*
$20,410
(800)*
NA
NA
$20,410
(793)*
$20,410
(793)*
$20,410
(794)*
Medium-term on-the-job training
661
Child care workers
( 39-9011 )
$20,280
0.74%
$20,650
(793)
$19,370
(802)
$21,650
(784)
$20,640
(786)
$18,680
(802)
$20,630
(790)*
$20,340
(796)
Short-term on-the-job training
662
Maids and housekeeping cleaners
( 37-2012 )
$20,274
-1.57%
$20,840
(791)
$19,910
(799)
$19,460
(803)
$20,220
(788)
$20,920
(788)
$20,140
(795)*
$20,430
(793)
Short-term on-the-job training
663
Waiters and waitresses
( 35-3031 )
$19,963
0.77%
$18,530
(806)
$22,450
(777)
$21,040
(790)
$22,430
(768)
$18,910
(801)
$18,190
(807)
$18,190
(806)
Short-term on-the-job training
664
Fast food cooks
( 35-2011 )
$19,820
0.98%
$19,790
(799)*
$23,550
(766)
$19,060
(806)
$18,320
(803)
$19,790
(797)*
$19,790
(796)*
$18,440
(804)
Short-term on-the-job training
665
Restaurant, lounge and coffee shop hosts and hostesses
( 35-9031 )
$19,684
-0.5%
$20,130
(797)
$19,110
(803)
$19,340
(804)
$20,190
(789)
$20,360
(794)
$19,510
(799)*
$19,150
(801)
Short-term on-the-job training
666
Cafeteria, food concession and coffee shop counter attendants
( 35-3022 )
$19,631
-1.27%
$19,310
(802)*
$21,390
(787)
$20,670
(795)
$18,980
(796)
$16,920
(810)
$19,310
(803)*
$20,840
(786)
Short-term on-the-job training
667
Cashiers
( 41-2011 )
$19,500
1.79%
$21,660
(779)
$19,740
(800)
$19,020
(807)
$19,140
(795)
$19,170
(800)
$19,150
(805)
$18,620
(803)
Short-term on-the-job training
668
Lifeguards, ski patrol and other recreational protective service workers
( 33-9092 )
$19,299
-3.97%
$19,310
(801)*
$18,420
(807)
$19,740
(802)
$18,640
(801)
$19,310
(799)*
$19,310
(802)*
$20,360
(795)
Short-term on-the-job training
669
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers
( 35-9011 )
$19,289
-8.49%
$19,010
(805)
$19,070
(804)
$20,620
(797)
$18,520
(802)
$17,500
(807)
$19,630
(798)*
$20,670
(788)
Short-term on-the-job training
670
Amusement and recreation attendants
( 39-3091 )
$19,141
1.18%
$17,380
(809)
$20,050
(798)
$20,660
(796)
$18,760
(799)
$18,480
(803)
$20,230
(794)*
$18,430
(805)
Short-term on-the-job training
671
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food
( 35-3021 )
$18,886
-1.75%
$19,630
(800)
$18,140
(809)
$19,240
(805)
$18,680
(800)
$18,250
(806)
$19,320
(801)
$18,940
(802)
Short-term on-the-job training
672
Dishwashers
( 35-9021 )
$18,220
0.18%
$17,590
(808)
$18,680
(806)
$18,930
(808)
$18,190
(804)
$17,000
(809)
$19,360
(800)
$17,790
(808)
Short-term on-the-job training
673
Ushers, lobby attendants and ticket takers
( 39-3031 )
$18,004
-20.01%
$18,410
(807)*
$18,410
(808)*
$17,580
(809)
$18,030
(805)
$18,410
(804)*
$18,410
(806)*
$16,780
(810)
Short-term on-the-job training
674
Baggage porters and bellhops
( 39-6011 )
$17,103
-18.32%
$17,100
(810)*
$17,100
(810)*
$17,120
(810)
NA
NA
$17,100
(808)*
$17,100
(808)*
$17,100
(809)*
Short-term on-the-job training
675
Shampooers
( 39-5093 )
$16,760
-6%
$16,760
(811)*
$16,760
(811)*
$16,760
(811)*
NA
NA
$16,760
(811)*
$16,760
(810)*
$16,760
(811)*
Short-term on-the-job training
676
28
Sales managers
( 11-2022 )
NA
-100%
NA
(24)
NA
(46)
NA
(46)
NA
(11)
NA
(25)
NA
(35)*
NA
(37)
Bachelor's and experience
677
Postsecondary atmospheric, earth, marine and space-sciences teachers
( 25-1051 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
PhD
678
Mining and geological engineers
( 17-2151 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
679
Postsecondary library science teachers
( 25-1082 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
PhD
680
Information security analysts, Web developers and computer-network architects
( 15-1179 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's and experience
681
Other computer occupations
( 15-1799 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
682
Postsecondary home economics teachers
( 25-1192 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
PhD
683
Anthropologists and archeologists
( 19-3091 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Master's degree
684
Postsecondary geography teachers
( 25-1064 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
PhD
685
Funeral service managers, directors, morticians and undertakers
( 39-4831 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Associate degree
686
Registered nurses
( 29-1111 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Associate degree
687
Computer programmers
( 15-1131 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
688
Preschool, kindergarten and elementary school special education teachers
( 25-2041 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
689
Farmers, ranchers and other agricultural managers
( 11-9013 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Work experience
690
Other human resources, training and labor relations specialists
( 13-1078 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
691
Auto-damage insurance appraisers
( 13-1032 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Postsecondary
692
Radiologic technologists and technicians
( 29-2037 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Associate degree
693
Conservation scientists
( 19-1031 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
694
Statistical assistants
( 43-9111 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
695
Plasterers and stucco masons
( 47-2161 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Long-term on-the-job training
696
Other health care practitioners and technical workers
( 29-9799 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
697
Other transportation workers
( 53-6099 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Short-term on-the-job training
698
Computer-support specialists
( 15-1150 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Postsecondary
699
Other health technologists and technicians
( 29-2799 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Postsecondary
700
Other textile, apparel and furnishings workers
( 51-6099 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Short-term on-the-job training
701
Other sales and related workers
( 41-9799 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
702
Other office and administrative support workers
( 43-9799 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Short-term on-the-job training
703
Metal and plastic rolling machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4023 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
704
Other installation, maintenance and repair workers
( 49-9799 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
705
Other construction and related workers
( 47-4799 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
706
Other health care support workers
( 31-9799 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Short-term on-the-job training
707
Other personal care and service workers
( 39-9099 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Short-term on-the-job training
708
Metal and plastic forging machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-4022 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
709
Motor vehicles electronic equipment installers and repairers
( 49-2096 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Postsecondary
710
Other community and social service specialists
( 21-1798 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
711
Tire builders
( 51-9197 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
712
Other teachers and instructors
( 25-3999 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's degree
713
Other production workers
( 51-9399 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
714
Aircraft cargo handling supervisors
( 53-1011 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Work experience
715
Vegetation pesticide handlers, sprayers and applicators
( 37-3012 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
716
Nursing aides, orderlies and attendants
( 31-1012 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Postsecondary
717
Social and human service assistants
( 21-1093 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Short-term on-the-job training
718
Textile winding, twisting and drawing-out machine operators
( 51-6064 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
719
Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators and tenders
( 51-6063 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
720
Hand sewers
( 51-6051 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
721
Tour guides and escorts
( 39-7011 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term on-the-job training
722
Locker room, coatroom and dressing room attendants
( 39-3093 )
NA
-100%
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Short-term on-the-job training
723
Aerospace engineering and operations technicians
( 17-3021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
724
Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes
( 13-1011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's and experience
725
Agricultural engineers
( 17-2021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
726
Agricultural sciences teachers, postsecondary
( 25-1041 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
727
Air traffic controllers
( 53-2021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
728
Airfield operations specialists
( 53-2022 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
729
Animal breeders
( 45-2021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
730
Application computer software engineers
( 15-1031 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's
731
Athletes and sports competitors
( 27-2021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
732
Atmospheric and space scientists
( 19-2021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
733
Automotive glass installers and repairers
( 49-3022 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
734
Barbers
( 39-5011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
735
Bicycle repairers
( 49-3091 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
736
Bindery workers
( 51-5011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
737
Biochemists and biophysicists
( 19-1021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Ph.D
738
Bookbinders
( 51-5012 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
739
Bridge and lock tenders
( 53-6011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
740
Broadcast news analysts
( 27-3021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
741
Camera and photographic equipment repairers
( 49-9061 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
742
Captains, mates, and pilots of water vessels
( 53-5021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
743
Communications equipment operators, all other
( 43-2099 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
744
Compensation and benefits manager
( 11-3041 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
745
Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists
( 13-1072 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
746
Computer programmers
( 15-1021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's
747
Computer research and information scientists
( 15-1011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Ph.D
748
Computer specialists (other)
( 15-1099 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
749
Computer support specialists
( 15-1041 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Associate degree
750
Computer systems analysts
( 15-1051 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's
751
Continuous mining machine operators
( 47-5041 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
752
Cooks, other
( 35-2019 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
753
Database administrators
( 15-1061 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
754
Designers, other
( 27-1029 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
755
Door-to-door sales workers and news and street vendors
( 41-9091 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
756
Economists
( 19-3011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
757
Emergency management specialists
( 13-1061 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
758
Entertainers, performers, sports and related workers, other
( 27-2099 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
759
Fabric and apparel patternmakers
( 51-6092 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
760
Fabric menders, ex. Garment
( 49-9093 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
761
Farm, ranch and other agricultural managers
( 11-9011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
762
Fashion designers
( 27-1022 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Associate degree
763
Fence erectors
( 47-4031 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
764
Fire inspectors and investigators
( 33-2021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
765
Fish and game wardens
( 33-3031 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
766
Floor sanders and finishers
( 47-2043 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
767
Forest and conservation workers
( 45-4011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
768
Forestry and conservation science teachers, postsecondary
( 25-1043 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
769
Gaming managers
( 11-9071 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
770
Gas compressor and gas pumping station operators
( 53-7071 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
771
Gas plant operators
( 51-8092 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
772
Geographers
( 19-3092 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
773
Geological and petroleum technicians
( 19-4041 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
774
Helpers, construction trades, all other
( 47-3019 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
775
Helpers--painters, paperhangers, plasterers and stucco masons
( 47-3014 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
776
Hoist and winch operators
( 53-7041 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
777
Human resources managers (other)
( 11-3049 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
778
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other
( 13-1079 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
779
Industrial-organizational psychologists
( 19-3032 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
780
Job printers
( 51-5021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Long-term OJT
781
Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates
( 23-1023 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
782
Law clerks
( 23-2092 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
783
Loading machine operators, underground mining
( 53-7033 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
784
Locomotive engineers
( 53-4011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
785
Locomotive firers
( 53-4012 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
786
Log graders and scalers
( 45-4023 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
787
Maintenance and repair workers, general
( 49-9042 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Long-term OJT
788
Marine engineers and naval architects
( 17-2121 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
789
Market research analysts
( 19-3021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
790
Material moving workers, other
( 53-7199 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
791
Mathematical scientists, all other
( 15-2099 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
792
Mathematicians
( 15-2021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
793
Mine cutting and channeling machine operators
( 47-5042 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
794
Mining machine operators, all other
( 47-5049 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
795
Model makers, wood
( 51-7031 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
796
Network and computer systems administrators
( 15-1071 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's
797
Network systems and data communications analysts
( 15-1081 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's
798
Nuclear power reactor operators
( 51-8011 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
799
Nuclear technicians
( 19-4051 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
800
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons
( 29-1022 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
801
Petroleum engineers
( 17-2171 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
802
Photographic process workers
( 51-9131 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
803
Photographic processing machine operators
( 51-9132 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
804
Physicists
( 19-2012 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
805
Pile-driver operators
( 47-2072 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
806
Political scientists
( 19-3094 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
807
Power distributors and dispatchers
( 51-8012 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
808
Prepress technicians and workers
( 51-5022 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Long-term OJT
809
Printing machine operators
( 51-5023 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Medium-term OJT
810
Psychiatric aides
( 31-1013 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
811
Public address system and other announcers
( 27-3012 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
812
Pump operators
( 53-7072 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
813
Radiation therapists
( 29-1124 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Associate degree
814
Radio mechanics
( 49-2021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
815
Radio operators
( 27-4013 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
816
Rail car repairers
( 49-3043 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
817
Rail transportation workers, all other
( 53-4099 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
818
Rail yard engineers, dinkey operators, and hostlers
( 53-4013 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
819
Railroad brake, signal, and switch operators
( 53-4021 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
820
Railroad conductors and yardmasters
( 53-4031 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
821
Refractory materials repairers, except brickmasons
( 49-9045 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
822
Riggers
( 49-9096 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
823
Rock splitters, quarry
( 47-5051 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
824
Roof bolters, mining
( 47-5061 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
825
Ship engineers
( 53-5031 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
826
Shuttle car operators
( 53-7111 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
827
Signal and track switch repairers
( 49-9097 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
828
Social science research assistants
( 19-4061 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
829
Social sciences teachers, postsecondary, all other
( 25-1069 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
830
Sociologists
( 19-3041 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
831
Special education teachers, middle school
( 25-2042 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's
832
Special education teachers, secondary school
( 25-2043 )
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Bachelor's
833
Synthetic and glass fibers extruding and forming machine operators
( 51-6091 )
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834
Systems software computer software engineers
( 15-1032 )
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Bachelor's
835
Terrazzo workers and finishers
( 47-2053 )
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836
Textile bleaching and dyeing machine operators/tenders
( 51-6061 )
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837
Timing-device assemblers, adjusters and calibrators
( 51-2093 )
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838
Traffic technicians
( 53-6041 )
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839
Training and development managers
( 11-3042 )