Table 1: Wyoming Statewide Wages


Total Exper- # of
Standard Occupational Classification Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
Code Title ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
           
11-0000 Management Occupations            
                   
  11-1000 Top Executives            
    11-1011 Chief executives 990 $17.37 $35.01 $34.47 $50.06 1
    11-1021 General and operations managers 5,000 15.48 21.28 25.16 31.26 1
                   
  11- 2000 Advertising, Marketing, Promotions, Public Relations, and Sales Managers            
    11-2011 Advertising and promotions managers 100 10.69 14.44 16.36 20.70 1
    11-2021 Marketing managers 140 15.28 21.00 24.60 27.24 1
    11-2022 Sales managers 330 13.63 20.20 22.47 26.79 1
    11-2031 Public relations managers 60 16.33 23.74 24.94 30.05 1
                   
  11-3000 Operations Specialties Managers            
    11-3011 Administrative services managers 580 9.78 16.11 17.22 22.83 1
    11-3021 Computer and information systems managers 190 15.45 20.35 22.28 26.73 1
    11-3031 Financial managers 990 15.26 20.65 22.50 27.33 1
    11-3040 Human resources managers 220 16.96 21.21 23.68 30.05 3
    11-3051 Industrial production managers 200 14.25 20.59 21.37 27.11 3
    11-3061 Purchasing managers 190 10.30 14.70 15.97 19.75 3
    11-3071 Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 120 14.29 21.58 20.22 26.19 1
                   
  11-9000 Other Management Occupations            
    11-9021 Construction managers 470 17.09 21.23 24.50 26.91 1
    11-9031 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program ND 18.90 26.61 24.98 31.52 1
    11-9032 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school * 420 47,930 51,500 52,820 55,070 1
    11-9033 Education administrators, postsecondary 220 23.37 30.52 33.17 42.24 1
    11-9041 Engineering managers 270 29.21 34.18 37.21 45.15 1
    11-9051 Food service managers 440 9.28 10.69 11.85 13.93 1
    11-9081 Lodging managers 300 9.87 12.06 12.63 14.88 1
    11-9111 Medical and health services managers 750 14.34 20.13 20.01 24.75 1
    11-9121 Natural sciences managers 150 17.69 25.55 25.88 33.15 1
    11-9131 Postmasters and mail superintendents 150 14.99 19.11 19.18 21.92 1
    11-9141 Property, real estate, and community association managers 230 9.02 11.45 12.99 14.64 1
    11-9151 Social and community service managers ND 11.96 13.25 15.98 20.30 1
    11-9199 Managers, all other 1,050 13.48 20.18 22.44 28.19 1
                   
13-0000 Business and Financial Operations Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  13-1000 Business Operations Specialists ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    13-1021 Purchasing agents and buyers, farm products 30 14.98 16.47 19.10 23.76 1
    13-1022 Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 130 7.88 11.40 13.38 15.01 3
    13-1023 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 180 14.47 19.32 19.89 24.39 3
    13-1031 Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators ND 14.55 16.55 17.60 19.62 1
    13-1041 Compliance officers, except ag., construction, health & safety & transportation 210 15.14 22.28 21.09 25.79 1
    13-1051 Cost estimators 280 15.43 19.31 21.61 24.42 3
    13-1061 Emergency management specialists 40 8.76 10.57 14.13 21.80 1
    13-1073 Training and development specialists 100 11.11 14.30 16.64 19.90 1
    13-1111 Management analysts 170 15.52 23.52 30.22 32.65 1
    13-1199 Business operations specialists, all other 1,160 12.09 15.66 17.35 20.97 1
                   
  13-2000 Financial Specialists            
    13-2011 Accountants and auditors 940 12.98 17.11 19.44 24.53 3
    13-2021 Appraisers and assessors of real estate 190 10.06 14.37 14.53 18.06 3
    13-2031 Budget analysts 40 17.46 20.28 21.80 28.09 3
    13-2051 Financial analysts 30 21.62 23.84 23.66 26.05 1
    13-2052 Personal financial advisors 140 ND ND 59.55 ND 1
    13-2053 Insurance underwriters ND 13.37 16.66 18.97 23.37 3
    13-2072 Loan officers 440 13.23 20.08 19.65 24.49 1
    13-2081 Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 90 11.55 19.27 20.12 28.34 3
                   
15-0000 Computer and Mathematical Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  15-1000 Computer Specialists ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    15-1021 Computer programmers 250 $12.62 $16.80 $16.90 $19.98 3
    15-1031 Computer software engineers, applications 150 17.51 20.15 22.50 25.62 1
    15-1032 Computer software engineers, systems software ND 17.85 19.07 18.71 20.28 1
    15-1041 Computer support specialists 980 7.40 8.04 9.77 10.06 1
    15-1051 Computer systems analysts 210 17.32 20.15 20.95 24.36 1
    15-1061 Database administrators 50 12.33 20.50 21.94 32.29 3
    15-1071 Network and computer systems administrators 150 12.75 16.00 17.29 20.31 1
    15-1081 Network systems and data communications analysts 50 13.85 24.80 23.73 31.59 1
    15-1099 Computer specialists, all other 170 13.48 16.18 17.36 20.35 1
                   
17-0000 Architecture and Engineering Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  17-1000 Architects, Surveyors, and Cartographers ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    17-1011 Architects, except landscape and naval ND 17.43 19.91 21.80 24.13 3
    17-1022 Surveyors ND 15.39 20.50 19.76 24.35 1
                   
  17-2000 Engineers            
    17-2051 Civil engineers 300 17.48 19.97 21.84 25.14 3
    17-2071 Electrical engineers 100 24.25 28.17 29.73 32.64 1
    17-2072 Electronics engineers, except computer ND 14.69 15.88 17.18 17.96 1
    17-2081 Environmental engineers 70 22.17 25.00 25.76 29.11 1
    17-2111 Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 30 22.65 26.15 26.15 30.80 1
    17-2112 Industrial engineers 30 29.61 36.11 33.75 39.93 1
    17-2141 Mechanical engineers 30 19.42 25.33 25.39 33.75 3
    17-2151 Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers 120 23.69 27.57 28.37 32.13 1
    17-2171 Petroleum engineers 290 24.52 30.31 30.48 38.60 3
    17-2199 Engineers, all other 400 16.91 22.95 24.00 30.64 1
                   
  17-3000 Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians            
    17-3011 Architectural and civil drafters ND 9.61 10.73 11.36 12.99 1
    17-3022 Civil engineering technicians ND 9.84 13.83 14.85 19.86 3
    17-3023 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 160 15.57 19.47 20.25 24.07 1
    17-3031 Surveying and mapping technicians 490 7.95 11.41 12.64 16.13 3
    17-3099 Drafters, engineering, and mapping technicians, all other 420 17.18 20.66 19.96 24.03 1
                   
19-0000 Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  19-1000 Life Scientists ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    19-1010 Agricultural and food scientists 60 14.05 21.90 20.56 25.68 3
    19-1023 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 90 19.45 23.20 23.38 26.20 1
    19-1031 Conservation scientists 300 16.32 19.50 19.75 23.15 1
    19-1032 Foresters 80 17.94 20.14 20.56 23.26 1
    19-1099 Life scientists, all other 140 15.21 22.33 21.68 26.60 1
                   
  19-2000 Physical Scientists            
    19-2021 Atmospheric and space scientists ND 12.14 25.58 23.08 31.59 3
    19-2031 Chemists 130 14.24 18.27 21.11 27.80 3
    19-2041 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health ND 12.72 15.32 16.29 18.79 1
    19-2042 Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 180 21.25 29.84 28.90 33.50 1
    19-2043 Hydrologists 40 19.74 23.06 22.52 25.80 1
    19-2099 Physical scientists, all other ND 13.62 16.95 20.73 24.30 1
                   
  19-3000 Social Scientists and Related Workers            
    19-3031 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 230 17.18 19.33 19.45 21.49 1
    19-3091 Anthropologists and archeologists 110 11.52 14.77 15.91 20.06 1
    19-3099 Social scientists and related workers, all other 60 17.86 23.30 29.90 33.27 1
                   
  19-4000 Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians            
    19-4021 Biological technicians 80 $9.71 $11.35 $11.70 $13.07 1
    19-4031 Chemical technicians 80 9.54 10.57 13.21 16.09 1
    19-4041 Geological and petroleum technicians 80 17.28 20.63 22.62 29.31 1
    19-4091 Environmental science and protection technicians, including health ND 7.00 9.01 10.19 11.40 1
    19-4093 Forest and conservation technicians 120 10.28 13.04 13.22 15.78 1
    19-4099 Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 250 9.43 12.11 12.46 15.05 1
                   
21-0000 Community and Social Services Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  21-1000 Counselors, Social Workers, and Other Community and Social Service Specialists ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    21-1011 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 70 8.86 9.70 10.10 10.55 1
    21-1012 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 310 12.31 15.85 16.72 19.90 3
    21-1014 Mental health counselors ND 13.51 15.59 15.95 18.75 1
    21-1015 Rehabilitation counselors 240 7.44 8.35 9.78 10.72 1
    21-1021 Child, family, and school social workers 440 7.98 11.00 11.99 15.67 1
    21-1022 Medical and public health social workers 90 12.20 14.15 16.24 17.16 1
    21-1023 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 50 12.15 14.55 14.58 16.75 1
    21-1091 Health educators 140 10.43 12.69 13.35 15.25 1
    21-1092 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 170 8.92 10.85 11.00 12.72 1
    21-1093 Social and human service assistants 280 7.38 9.09 9.23 11.18 1
                   
23-0000 Legal Occupations Total Exper- # of
Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
        ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
  23-1011 Lawyers 460 16.53 20.77 23.84 27.02 1
                   
  23-2000 Legal Support Workers            
    23-2011 Paralegals and legal assistants ND 10.83 12.52 13.07 15.56 1
    23-2093 Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers 160 9.23 10.47 11.02 12.35 3
    23-9099 Legal and related workers, all other 80 11.67 14.88 16.23 19.39 1
                   
25-0000 Education, Training, and Library Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  25-1000 Postsecondary Teachers ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    25-1011 Business teachers, postsecondary * 70 34,610 49,510 53,830 77,850 3
    25-1022 Mathematical science teachers, postsecondary * 90 31,020 45,240 44,850 57,100 3
    25-1042 Biological science teachers, postsecondary * 70 47,940 60,780 60,210 73,010 1
    25-1052 Chemistry teachers, postsecondary * 30 41,720 53,370 55,340 69,490 3
    25-1053 Environmental science teachers, postsecondary * ND 48,760 54,300 56,250 63,980 1
    25-1065 Political science teachers, postsecondary * 30 36,830 47,560 45,830 55,920 3
    25-1066 Psychology teachers, postsecondary * 40 39,560 49,370 48,780 55,770 3
    25-1071 Health specialties teachers, postsecondary * 80 35,380 51,360 54,280 69,780 3
    25-1072 Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary * 40 27,190 33,610 35,800 41,440 3
    25-1121 Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary * 120 32,020 41,350 40,750 50,580 3
    25-1122 Communications teachers, postsecondary * ND 33,760 44,510 43,190 52,210 3
    25-1123 English language and literature teachers, postsecondary * 80 30,470 41,210 40,920 50,170 3
    25-1124 Foreign language and literature teachers, postsecondary * 30 39,590 48,840 47,950 54,960 3
    25-1125 History teachers, postsecondary * ND 38,230 48,180 47,240 55,170 3
    25-1194 Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 150 9.28 16.42 19.35 28.65 1
                   
  25-2000 Primary, Secondary, and Special Education School Teachers            
    25-2011 Preschool teachers, except special education 570 6.33 8.78 9.26 11.59 3
    25-2012 Kindergarten teachers, except special education * 210 24,551 33,250 30,893 38,279 3
    25-2021 Elementary school teachers, except special education * 2,020 28,194 34,303 33,813 39,277 3
    25-2022 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education * 1,130 27,467 32,594 32,936 38,558 1
    25-2023 Vocational education teachers, middle school * ND 25,526 29,519 29,900 33,776 1
    25-2031 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education * 3,720 28,696 34,923 34,621 40,492 1
    25-2032 Vocational education teachers, secondary school * 220 30,501 33,574 34,755 38,408 1
    25-2041 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school * 310 26,209 30,487 31,011 34,971 1
    25-2042 Special education teachers, middle school * 200 25,263 29,421 30,897 36,241 1
    25-2043 Special education teachers, secondary school * 130 29,182 31,804 31,949 34,427 1
                   
  25-3000 Other Teachers and Instructors            
    25-3011 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 40 $11.61 $12.79 $12.80 $14.51 1
    25-3021 Self-enrichment education teachers 240 7.88 10.43 12.80 15.60 1
    25-3999 Teachers, primary, secondary, and adult, all other* ND 20,881 29,620 27,122 32,508 1
                   
  25-4000 Librarians, Curators, and Archivists            
    25-4010 Archivists, curators, and museum technicians 90 10.44 12.96 13.90 15.99 3
    25-4021 Librarians 190 14.38 16.45 17.19 19.73 3
    25-4031 Library technicians 160 6.96 8.26 8.73 10.53 1
                   
  25-9000 Other Education, Training, and Library Occupations            
    25-9021 Farm and home management advisors ND 13.88 16.58 17.39 20.92 3
    25-9031 Instructional coordinators 70 12.36 15.67 17.49 19.82 1
    25-9041 Teacher assistants * 2,470 12,620 14,470 14,980 17,150 3
    25-9199 Library, museum, training, and other education workers, all other 100 8.10 9.83 10.48 12.02 1
                   
27-0000 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  27-1000 Art and Design Workers ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    27-1021 Commercial and industrial designers 30 11.18 12.20 12.66 13.22 1
    27-1023 Floral designers 110 6.69 7.49 7.75 8.25 1
    27-1024 Graphic designers 130 7.77 9.48 10.58 12.92 1
    27-1025 Interior designers ND 12.12 13.21 13.36 14.90 3
    27-1099 Art and design workers, all other ND 6.84 7.77 9.43 11.50 1
                   
  27-3000 Media and Communication Workers            
    27-3010 Announcers ND 6.53 8.19 8.42 9.74 3
    27-3020 News analysts, reporters and correspondents 210 7.78 9.50 10.49 11.91 3
    27-3031 Public relations specialists 230 12.17 15.56 16.41 19.69 3
    27-3041 Editors 70 9.61 12.51 12.48 14.90 1
    27-3099 Media and communication workers, all other 30 10.29 11.78 12.63 13.16 1
                   
  27-4000 Media and Communication Equipment Workers            
    27-4011 Audio and video equipment technicians ND 5.57 6.00 5.95 6.42 1
    27-4021 Photographers 30 7.41 8.41 9.68 11.10 3
                   
29-0000 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  29-1000 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    29-1020 Dentists 60 27.06 38.97 42.34 43.59 1
    29-1031 Dietitians and nutritionists 70 13.93 16.70 16.65 19.31 3
    29-1051 Pharmacists 560 23.35 28.27 28.17 34.56 3
    29-1062 Family and general practitioners 140 47.09 51.25 50.65 55.42 1
    29-1063 Internists, general 140 49.35 54.94 55.51 66.02 1
    29-1065 Pediatricians, general 30 43.16 51.58 52.82 ND 1
    29-1067 Surgeons 150 ND ND 67.28 ND 1
    29-1071 Physician assistants ND 22.68 29.39 26.96 34.37 3
    29-1111 Registered nurses 3,460 14.49 16.93 17.06 19.41 3
    29-1122 Occupational therapists 200 18.94 22.27 22.56 25.40 3
    29-1123 Physical therapists 300 22.25 24.80 27.84 32.38 3
    29-1124 Radiation therapists 150 12.94 15.63 15.61 18.48 3
    29-1125 Recreational therapists 80 7.89 11.80 11.86 14.83 3
    29-1126 Respiratory therapists 110 13.48 15.09 15.07 16.62 3
    29-1127 Speech-language pathologists 260 15.30 18.98 19.33 22.94 1
    29-1131 Veterinarians 110 15.60 19.90 22.66 26.91 1
    29-1199 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 120 20.40 24.73 33.42 56.46 1
                   
  29-2000 Health Technologists and Technicians            
    29-2011 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 190 $14.64 $17.07 $17.17 $19.19 3
    29-2012 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 260 9.46 13.28 13.09 16.38 3
    29-2021 Dental hygienists 60 18.01 20.62 21.08 23.77 3
    29-2032 Diagnostic medical sonographers ND 15.19 16.89 17.31 19.34 1
    29-2034 Radiologic technologists and technicians 280 9.91 12.54 12.74 15.52 1
    29-2041 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 190 6.04 8.33 8.82 10.62 3
    29-2052 Pharmacy technicians 340 8.32 9.91 9.92 11.36 3
    29-2054 Respiratory therapy technicians 60 9.50 10.51 11.92 13.52 1
    29-2055 Surgical technologists 70 10.11 11.49 11.60 12.97 3
    29-2056 Veterinary technologists and technicians 150 8.66 10.55 10.73 12.70 1
    29-2061 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 810 9.24 11.21 11.08 12.84 3
    29-2071 Medical records and health information technicians 250 8.27 10.00 10.40 12.36 1
    29-2081 Opticians, dispensing ND 7.54 9.11 10.74 13.33 3
                   
  29-9000 Other Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations            
    29-9010 Occupational health and safety specialists and technicians 100 15.96 22.18 21.33 25.81 1
    29-9199 Health professionals and technicians, all other 200 7.52 9.27 10.57 12.84 1
                   
31-0000 Healthcare Support Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  31-1000 Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    31-1011 Home health aides 370 7.03 7.74 7.76 8.44 3
    31-1012 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 2,280 6.73 7.73 7.74 8.77 3
                   
  31-2000 Occupational and Physical Therapist Assistants and Aides            
    31-2011 Occupational therapist assistants 50 12.15 13.61 14.56 16.80 1
    31-2021 Physical therapist assistants 80 12.84 14.52 14.41 15.98 1
    31-2022 Physical therapist aides 100 7.23 7.89 8.07 8.72 1
                   
  31-9000 Other Healthcare Support Occupations            
    31-9011 Massage therapists ND 22.22 24.12 22.91 26.02 1
    31-9091 Dental assistants 110 7.64 9.68 9.74 11.74 3
    31-9092 Medical assistants 440 7.62 8.58 8.93 9.73 1
    31-9093 Medical equipment preparers 70 8.05 9.24 9.43 10.38 1
    31-9094 Medical transcriptionists 300 9.13 9.98 10.38 11.10 1
    31-9095 Pharmacy aides ND 8.54 9.67 9.44 10.69 3
    31-9096 Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 60 6.32 7.56 8.34 11.34 1
    31-9099 Healthcare support workers, all other 400 7.40 8.07 8.58 9.35 1
                   
33-0000 Protective Service Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  33-1000 First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective Service Workers ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    33-1012 First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 220 14.01 18.78 19.20 22.57 3
    33-1021 First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers 50 17.95 22.11 23.20 29.14 3
    33-1099 First-line supervisors/managers, protective service workers, all other 350 11.43 15.63 16.51 20.86 1
                   
  33-2000 Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers            
    33-2011 Fire fighters 710 11.24 14.57 14.73 18.07 3
    33-2021 Fire inspectors and investigators ND 15.11 16.62 17.95 21.04 3
                   
  33-3000 Law Enforcement Workers            
    33-3021 Detectives and criminal investigators 110 15.24 18.61 20.38 26.06 3
    33-3051 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,100 12.08 14.17 14.36 16.32 3
                   
  33-9000 Other Protective Service Workers            
    33-9032 Security guards ND 6.49 7.59 8.02 8.90 3
    33-9091 Crossing guards 110 7.15 9.10 8.77 9.88 3
    33-9099 Protective service workers, all other 300 8.93 12.01 12.56 15.91 1
                   
35-0000 Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  35-1000 Supervisors, Food Preparation and Serving Workers ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    35-1011 Chefs and head cooks 740 $7.54 $8.32 $10.01 $11.89 1
    35-1012 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,200 7.79 9.30 9.92 11.37 1
                   
  35-2000 Cooks and Food Preparation Workers            
    35-2011 Cooks, fast food 1,000 5.72 6.05 6.34 6.74 3
    35-2012 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 950 6.63 7.72 7.81 8.81 3
    35-2014 Cooks, restaurant ND 6.20 7.23 7.81 9.03 3
    35-2015 Cooks, short order 520 6.28 7.16 7.29 8.23 3
    35-2021 Food preparation workers 740 5.95 6.75 7.12 8.29 1
                   
  35-3000 Food and Beverage Serving Workers            
    35-3011 Bartenders 1,560 5.91 6.57 6.74 7.70 3
    35-3021 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food ND 5.68 5.98 5.98 6.45 3
    35-3022 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 570 5.76 6.07 6.55 7.54 3
    35-3031 Waiters and waitresses ND 5.68 5.98 5.95 6.45 3
    35-3041 Food servers, nonrestaurant ND 5.79 6.35 6.63 7.36 3
                   
  35-9000 Other Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers            
    35-9011 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 550 5.75 6.18 6.25 6.83 3
    35-9021 Dishwashers 1,700 5.57 5.98 5.85 6.40 1
    35-9031 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 270 5.78 6.16 6.56 7.34 3
    35-9099 Food preparation and serving related workers, all other ND 6.35 7.83 9.60 14.38 1
                   
37-0000 Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  37-1000 Supervisors, Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Workers ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    37-1011 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 390 7.48 8.83 9.28 10.61 3
    37-1012 First-line supervisors/mgrs. of landscaping, lawn & groundskeeping workers 150 8.00 10.30 12.57 16.11 1
                   
  37-2000 Building Cleaning and Pest Control Workers            
    37-2011 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 4,580 6.42 7.77 8.24 9.61 3
    37-2012 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 3,960 5.95 6.79 7.09 8.08 3
                   
  37-3000 Grounds Maintenance Workers            
    37-3011 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,280 7.01 8.08 8.94 10.07 1
    37-3012 Pesticide handlers, sprayers, and applicators, vegetation ND 8.49 9.42 9.07 10.21 3
    37-3013 Tree trimmers and pruners ND 6.97 7.52 7.63 8.07 3
    37-9099 Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance workers, all other 180 7.18 7.94 8.61 10.23 1
                   
39-0000 Personal Care and Service Occupations Total Exper- # of
Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
        ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
  39-1021 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers 60 9.35 10.21 11.60 13.83 1
                   
  39-2021 Nonfarm Animal Caretakers 120 8.09 9.18 9.01 10.06 1
                   
  39-3000 Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers            
    39-3031 Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers ND 5.66 5.95 5.94 6.41 3
    39-3091 Amusement and recreation attendants 340 5.97 6.83 7.63 8.61 1
    39-3093 Locker room, coatroom, and dressing room attendants 30 6.21 7.19 7.12 8.09 1
                   
  39-5000 Personal Appearance Workers            
    39-5012 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 410 5.88 6.61 7.63 9.06 1
    39-5092 Manicurists and pedicurists ND 9.06 9.65 9.62 10.23 3
                   
  39-6000 Transportation, Tourism, and Lodging Attendants            
    39-6011 Baggage porters and bellhops 90 5.79 6.37 6.94 8.78 3
    39-6021 Tour guides and escorts ND 9.04 9.63 9.57 10.23 1
                   
  39-9000 Other Personal Care and Service Workers            
    39-9011 Child care workers ND $5.80 $6.26 $6.35 $6.92 3
    39-9031 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 310 5.80 6.45 7.66 9.16 1
    39-9032 Recreation workers 490 6.50 8.48 8.36 9.84 1
    39-9099 Personal care and service workers, all other 150 6.22 7.11 6.88 7.82 1
                   
41-0000 Sales and Related Occupations Total Exper- # of
        Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
  41-1000 Supervisors, Sales Workers ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
    41-1011 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 2,520 8.22 10.92 12.46 15.00 1
    41-1012 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 340 9.55 13.21 14.98 18.06 1
                   
  41-2000 Retail Sales Workers            
    41-2011 Cashiers 4,330 5.97 6.66 7.23 8.23 3
    41-2021 Counter and rental clerks 1,030 5.87 6.35 7.05 7.83 3
    41-2022 Parts salespersons 500 7.79 9.51 10.18 11.65 3
    41-2031 Retail salespersons 7,790 5.95 6.67 7.87 8.49 3
                   
  41-3000 Sales Representatives, Services            
    41-3011 Advertising sales agents 320 7.54 8.72 10.42 11.80 3
    41-3021 Insurance sales agents 380 12.77 14.85 15.05 16.42 1
    41-3031 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 160 15.88 37.64 38.09 60.66 1
                   
  41-4000 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing            
    41-4011 Sales representatives, wholesale & mfg., technical & scientific products 380 14.96 24.24 24.99 36.38 3
    41-4012 Sales representatives, wholesale & mfg., except technical & scientific products 1,900 11.65 15.98 16.63 19.43 3
                   
  41-9000 Other Sales and Related Workers            
    41-9011 Demonstrators and product promoters 110 6.90 7.57 7.67 8.24 3
    41-9022 Real estate sales agents ND 11.37 17.73 17.79 22.96 3
    41-9041 Telemarketers 1,140 5.72 6.30 7.86 7.35 1
    41-9099 Sales and related workers, all other 520 7.12 7.84 9.45 8.88 1
                   
43-0000 Office and Administrative Support Occupations Total Exper- # of
Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
        ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
  43-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Administrative Support Workers 1,710 10.61 13.19 14.39 16.16 3
                   
  43-2011 Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service 180 6.72 7.82 7.98 9.03 3
                   
  43-3000 Financial Clerks            
    43-3011 Bill and account collectors 340 8.26 10.02 11.58 12.38 3
    43-3021 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 850 7.82 9.57 9.96 11.87 3
    43-3031 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 4,130 7.71 9.56 9.95 11.50 3
    43-3051 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 390 9.18 11.22 11.66 14.05 3
    43-3061 Procurement clerks 50 7.98 11.87 11.65 15.02 3
    43-3071 Tellers 880 6.41 7.44 7.55 8.59 3
                   
  43-4000 Information and Record Clerks            
    43-4031 Court, municipal, and license clerks 230 7.06 9.69 10.00 12.23 3
    43-4041 Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks 90 7.52 8.29 10.81 10.42 1
    43-4051 Customer service representatives 1,190 6.78 9.26 9.90 12.05 1
    43-4071 File clerks 230 6.14 6.94 7.11 8.01 3
    43-4081 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 660 6.08 7.19 7.16 8.25 3
    43-4111 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 170 7.51 8.68 9.92 12.47 3
    43-4121 Library assistants, clerical 160 7.38 8.27 8.98 9.91 1
    43-4131 Loan interviewers and clerks 250 8.65 9.68 10.05 10.72 1
    43-4141 New accounts clerks 220 8.55 10.28 10.10 11.47 3
    43-4151 Order clerks 320 6.46 8.89 9.59 10.46 1
    43-4161 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 150 9.81 12.09 12.48 15.14 3
    43-4171 Receptionists and information clerks 1,240 6.70 7.94 8.11 9.46 3
    43-4181 Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks 860 7.27 7.80 7.88 8.32 1
    43-4999 Financial, information, and record clerks, all other 550 8.78 10.01 11.06 13.09 1
                   
  43-5000 Material Recording, Scheduling, Dispatching, and Distributing Workers            
    43-5021 Couriers and messengers 40 $5.98 $6.73 $6.66 $7.63 3
    43-5031 Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 360 9.10 10.35 10.49 12.12 3
    43-5032 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 170 7.22 10.33 11.31 15.11 3
    43-5041 Meter readers, utilities 140 10.56 12.82 13.86 17.03 3
    43-5051 Postal service clerks 140 17.24 18.66 18.34 20.08 1
    43-5052 Postal service mail carriers 470 15.72 18.20 17.66 19.94 1
    43-5053 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 280 7.45 9.71 10.98 14.09 1
    43-5061 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 280 12.85 19.68 18.37 23.49 3
    43-5071 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 580 7.31 9.24 10.23 11.48 3
    43-5081 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,230 6.39 7.74 8.99 10.23 3
    43-5111 Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping 120 7.75 10.04 10.69 12.54 3
    43-5199 Material recording, scheduling, dispatching, and distributing workers, all other 100 9.41 11.20 11.09 12.83 1
                   
  43-6000 Secretaries and Administrative Assistants            
    43-6011 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,370 9.49 11.40 11.96 13.40 1
    43-6012 Legal secretaries 550 8.57 9.54 9.56 10.39 3
    43-6013 Medical secretaries 560 7.55 8.71 9.10 10.46 3
    43-6014 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 4,100 7.82 9.46 9.52 11.12 1
                   
  43-9000 Other Office and Administrative Support Workers            
    43-9011 Computer operators 350 8.85 10.50 10.99 12.59 3
    43-9021 Data entry keyers 190 7.00 8.08 8.67 9.59 3
    43-9022 Word processors and typists 100 7.18 8.28 8.57 9.64 3
    43-9031 Desktop publishers ND 7.86 10.75 10.36 12.73 1
    43-9041 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 190 9.11 11.61 14.17 17.42 1
    43-9051 Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service 80 6.23 7.18 7.78 8.66 3
    43-9061 Office clerks, general 2,700 6.83 8.10 8.55 9.81 1
    43-9071 Office machine operators, except computer ND 6.66 8.03 8.46 9.65 3
    43-9081 Proofreaders and copy markers ND 6.32 7.28 7.31 8.08 3
    43-9999 Secretaries, administrative assistants & other office support workers, all other 890 8.79 11.11 11.83 13.40 1
                   
45-0000 Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations Total Exper- # of
Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
        ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
  45-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers 130 12.13 17.13 15.71 19.31 1
                   
  45-2000 Agricultural Workers            
    45-2091 Agricultural equipment operators ND 9.25 9.86 10.40 10.47 3
    45-2092 Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse ND 7.04 7.63 8.86 8.23 1
    45-2093 Farmworkers, farm and ranch animals 420 6.86 7.91 8.46 9.72 3
                   
  45-4000 Forest, Conservation, and Logging Workers            
    45-4022 Logging equipment operators 110 13.63 14.90 14.54 16.15 3
    45-9099 Farming, fishing, and forestry workers, all other ND 7.61 8.46 9.02 10.17 1
                   
47-0000 Construction and Extraction Occupations Total Exper- # of
Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
        ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
  47-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers 1,610 15.34 18.63 19.89 23.23 1
                   
  47-2000 Construction Trade Workers            
    47-2021 Brickmasons and blockmasons 180 10.31 12.64 13.44 16.48 1
    47-2031 Carpenters 2,520 11.72 14.89 15.24 18.03 1
    47-2041 Carpet installers ND 9.76 11.91 12.28 14.98 3
    47-2051 Cement masons and concrete finishers 480 10.86 12.03 12.08 13.20 1
    47-2061 Construction laborers 3,500 8.87 10.39 10.65 12.60 1
    47-2071 Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators ND 11.92 13.82 14.04 15.54 3
    47-2073 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 1,530 11.40 13.19 14.23 15.74 3
    47-2081 Drywall and ceiling tile installers 170 9.45 11.45 11.22 12.92 1
    47-2111 Electricians 2,090 13.67 18.42 17.57 20.54 1
    47-2121 Glaziers ND 9.16 10.13 10.88 12.73 1
    47-2130 Insulation workers 410 9.88 11.38 11.86 13.34 3
    47-2141 Painters, construction and maintenance 400 9.33 11.25 12.46 16.00 1
                   
  47-2000 Construction Trade Workers (cont'd)            
    47-2151 Pipelayers 90 $10.08 $11.80 $12.20 $14.24 3
    47-2152 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 1,190 12.54 15.47 15.74 18.88 3
    47-2181 Roofers 260 9.41 12.10 12.61 14.98 3
    47-2211 Sheet metal workers 220 9.71 12.57 12.81 15.60 3
    47-2221 Structural iron and steel workers 300 14.30 16.05 16.43 19.19 3
                   
  47-3000 Helpers, Construction Trades            
    47-3012 Helpers--carpenters ND 7.83 9.23 9.63 11.36 3
    47-3013 Helpers--electricians 240 8.92 9.71 9.87 10.50 1
    47-3014 Helpers--painters, paperhangers, plasterers, and stucco masons ND 8.74 9.36 9.16 10.01 3
    47-3015 Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters ND 7.51 8.99 8.90 10.52 3
    47-3016 Helpers--roofers 90 7.43 8.40 8.60 9.56 3
    47-3019 Helpers, construction trades, all other ND 7.82 8.87 9.74 10.86 3
                   
  47-4000 Other Construction and Related Workers            
    47-4011 Construction and building inspectors 80 14.38 16.24 16.48 19.04 3
    47-4031 Fence erectors ND 9.47 10.32 10.70 11.70 3
    47-4051 Highway maintenance workers 310 11.02 12.50 12.81 14.55 3
    47-4061 Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators ND 8.36 12.48 13.59 17.85 3
    47-4071 Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners ND 9.60 12.11 11.78 14.37 3
    47-4999 Construction trades and related workers, all other 440 11.00 12.17 12.49 13.33 1
                   
  47-5000 Extraction Workers            
    47-5011 Derrick operators, oil and gas ND 14.23 15.37 15.58 16.51 3
    47-5012 Rotary drill operators, oil and gas ND 16.49 21.29 28.11 48.98 3
    47-5013 Service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining ND 10.09 13.31 14.11 18.17 3
    47-5021 Earth drillers, except oil and gas 290 12.44 16.20 18.23 23.22 3
    47-5041 Continuous mining machine operators 170 14.03 23.10 21.53 26.43 3
    47-5071 Roustabouts, oil and gas ND 9.00 11.84 13.82 20.18 3
    47-5081 Helpers--extraction workers 830 8.39 12.19 12.13 15.32 1
    47-5099 Extraction workers, all other 490 14.65 18.05 17.58 20.41 1
                   
49-0000 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations Total Exper- # of
Employ- Entry Mean ienced Years
        ment Level Median Wage Level of Data
  49-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 1,000 13.30 20.72 21.14 27.24 1
                   
  49-2000 Electrical and Electronic Equipment Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers            
    49-2011 Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 300 5.86 6.56 11.20 14.15 1
    49-2021 Radio mechanics ND 9.96 12.56 14.63 17.03 3
    49-2022 Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 490 17.16 18.74 18.09 20.33 1
    49-2093 Electrical and electronics installers and repairers, transportation equipment 40 10.25 11.81 13.07 13.28 1
    49-2094 Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment 100 17.39 19.09 19.16 20.78 1
    49-2095 Electrical and electronics repairers, powerhouse, substation, and relay 90 17.68 23.20 21.58 25.98 1
    49-2099 Electrical and electronic equipment mechanics, installers & repairers, all other 220 19.68 23.17 21.26 25.27 1
                   
  49-3000 Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers            
    49-3011 Aircraft mechanics and service technicians 330 12.43 14.97 14.80 17.35 1
    49-3021 Automotive body and related repairers 350 11.22 14.59 14.52 17.17 1
    49-3023 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,520 6.53 10.84 11.34 14.26 3
    49-3031 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 830 11.21 13.55 14.52 17.51 3
    49-3041 Farm equipment mechanics ND 9.96 12.44 12.91 15.25 3
    49-3042 Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 750 15.42 19.02 18.55 22.04 3
    49-3052 Motorcycle mechanics 70 11.05 12.35 12.90 13.75 3
    49-3091 Bicycle repairers 40 6.19 8.21 8.07 9.90 3
    49-3092 Recreational vehicle service technicians 70 6.67 8.89 9.65 10.82 1
    49-3093 Tire repairers and changers 410 6.58 8.26 8.55 9.81 3
    49-3099 Vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers, all other 90 9.00 11.23 11.56 14.48 1
                   
  49-9000 Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations            
    49-9012 Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 100 $15.38 $23.06 $20.46 $25.15 1
    49-9021 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 140 12.31 15.37 15.36 18.02 3
    49-9031 Home appliance repairers ND 11.50 18.30 16.41 19.98 1
    49-9041 Industrial machinery mechanics 1,230 21.05 23.35 21.95 25.30 1
    49-9042 Maintenance and repair workers, general 2,660 8.27 11.31 13.59 18.38 3
    49-9043 Maintenance workers, machinery 290 17.03 20.34 19.26 22.88 3
    49-9044 Millwrights 90 12.69 14.55 14.87 16.21 3
    49-9051 Electrical power-line installers and repairers 430 20.56 22.76 22.56 24.77 3
    49-9052 Telecommunications line installers and repairers 290 10.04 12.72 13.78 17.24 3
    49-9091 Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers 40