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									                                                            2009 Occupational Wage Report: Oshkosh, WI MSA
                              S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
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SOC                                                    2009 Annual        2009                Hourly Rates*          Avg Wage Employment
Code                     Occupational Title           Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)           PRSE (%)
                                               Management, Professional and Related Occupations
13-2011   Accountants and auditors                                          62700               540      30.14   26.57   22.21 - 32.28    5.5            6.6
11-3011   Administrative services managers                                  70450               100      33.87   32.41   26.55 - 40.41    3.8           10.5
25-3011                                                                     40550
          Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors                   40      19.49   19.65   15.99 - 22.33    2.3            0.0
13-1199   Business operations specialists, all other                        59850               480      28.77   26.66   21.79 - 34.32    3.4            6.3
19-4031   Chemical technicians                                              46860                70      22.53   22.66   19.97 - 25.42    3.7           23.8
11-1011   Chief executives                                                 187470               150      90.13   #       61.50 - #        7.8            6.8
21-1021   Child, family, and school social workers                          47750               110      22.96   22.31   19.48 - 26.80    3.2           10.4
17-3022   Civil engineering technicians                                     49000                 S      23.56   22.79   20.31 - 25.79    3.7
17-2051   Civil engineers                                                   62030                40      29.82   28.98   24.01 - 35.99    6.4           38.5
13-1031   Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators                    49490               240      23.79   21.66   19.59 - 27.09    7.1            7.3
19-3031   Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists                    64090                50      30.81   26.93   22.69 - 33.94    8.4            9.7
27-2022   Coaches and scouts                                                37000                80          S   29740   18970 - 51060   12.9           34.8
21-1099   Community and social service specialists, all other               26830                50      12.90   11.48   9.53 - 15.56    11.7           14.0
11-3041   Compensation and benefits managers                                82860                40      39.84   36.82   27.43 - 45.41    8.2           17.0
13-1072   Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists              54400                60      26.15   25.16   21.95 - 30.42    3.2           22.4
13-1041                                                                     42840                80
          Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation   20.60   19.38   14.49 - 24.67   10.5           15.3
11-3021   Computer and information systems managers                        101050               180      48.58   47.91   37.65 - 58.02    4.1           12.3
15-1021   Computer programmers                                              63350               140      30.46   29.64   22.60 - 41.15   12.8           18.1
15-1031   Computer software engineers, applications                         69480               140      33.40   33.27   28.45 - 39.18    1.9           11.0
15-1032   Computer software engineers, systems software                     72810                30      35.00   33.87   28.33 - 39.80    5.6           13.8
15-1041   Computer support specialists                                      40700               210      19.57   19.11   15.71 - 23.32    2.8            8.5
15-1051   Computer systems analysts                                         69810               300      33.56   33.83   28.07 - 39.28    1.8            7.7
11-9021   Construction managers                                             90420                60      43.47   39.57   32.72 - 53.24    5.2           14.4
13-1051   Cost estimators                                                   53570               210      25.75   25.06   19.96 - 30.30    3.7           11.1
15-1061   Database administrators                                           66510                50      31.98   32.62   26.67 - 38.73    4.6           15.6
29-2021   Dental hygienists                                                 61770               130      29.70   30.14   27.21 - 32.87    4.1           33.0
29-1021   Dentists, general                                                      S               40          S   S       S                              44.3
29-2032   Diagnostic medical sonographers                                   71210                40      34.24   34.78   29.60 - 39.33    1.9           21.5
29-1031   Dietitians and nutritionists                                      47330                30      22.75   22.52   19.07 - 26.95    4.4           16.7
27-3041   Editors                                                           55930                40      26.89   28.09   21.13 - 32.23    3.9           21.4
11-9032   Education administrators, elementary and secondary school         86270                70          S   83650   76190 - 92990    2.3           19.2
21-1012   Educational, vocational, and school counselors                    41190               110      19.80   19.89   14.72 - 25.02    5.9           12.3
17-3023   Electrical and electronic engineering technicians                 55570                80      26.72   27.80   21.55 - 30.36    3.2           24.2
17-2071   Electrical engineers                                              78910               180      37.94   36.96   31.95 - 44.34    3.2           14.4
25-2021   Elementary school teachers, except special education              50400               780          S   49370   41830 - 58790    2.9           18.0

       WI Department of Workforce Development
       Labor Market Information
       OES, 2010 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                              Oshkosh: Page 1 of 10                                           06/02/2010
                                                            2009 Occupational Wage Report: Oshkosh, WI MSA
                             S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
                                                                       #
 SOC                                                  2009 Annual         2009               Hourly Rates*          Avg Wage Employment
 Code               Occupational Title               Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)           PRSE (%)
                                                Management, Professional and Related Occupations
29-2041 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics           29250           230     14.06 14.05   12.04 - 15.65        5.7       44.6
13-1071   Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists                 51760           60    24.88   21.66   15.79 - 30.43    7.4           10.8
11-9041   Engineering managers                                               98740          180    47.47   46.07   37.85 - 56.47    4.1            8.3
17-2199   Engineers, all other                                               76850           50    36.95   35.22   29.24 - 43.16    6.5           13.1
29-1062   Family and general practitioners                                  216190           90   103.94   #       73.95 - #       12.6           47.1
11-3031   Financial managers                                                 93750          330    45.07   41.36   33.23 - 53.30    3.2            7.0
11-9051   Food service managers                                              39460           90    18.97   18.89   13.60 - 22.31    8.4           23.5
11-1021   General and operations managers                                   113100          840    54.37   48.42   34.88 - 67.75    3.5            6.2
27-1024   Graphic designers                                                  47350          200    22.77   18.90   15.55 - 24.54    8.4           10.9
29-2099   Health technologists and technicians, all other                    42140           40    20.26   19.74   15.37 - 24.07    4.7           46.4
11-3049   Human resources managers, all other                               109050           50    52.43   52.49   34.04 - 64.34    5.5            9.0
13-1079                                                                      35110
          Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other             400    16.88   18.43   7.43 - 23.71    14.0            9.8
17-3026   Industrial engineering technicians                                 44570          120    21.43   20.82   18.28 - 23.66    3.8            3.1
17-2112   Industrial engineers                                               69870          390    33.59   31.59   26.61 - 38.68    2.9            8.2
11-3051   Industrial production managers                                     84100          240    40.43   37.29   30.87 - 49.54    2.0            8.9
25-9031   Instructional coordinators                                         59000          110    28.36   25.13   22.01 - 35.31   11.4           48.0
29-1063   Internists, general                                               202650            S    97.43   #       67.56 - #       15.8
27-3091   Interpreters and translators                                       47180           40    22.68   22.32   19.20 - 27.13    2.1            0.6
25-2012   Kindergarten teachers, except special education                    41560           80        S   42580   33960 - 50450    5.1           34.5
23-1011   Lawyers                                                           123850          180    59.54   48.09   36.05 - 77.91    9.6           13.4
11-1031   Legislators                                                        16410           60        S   15510   14680 - 16910    6.4           19.2
25-4021   Librarians                                                         49160           60    23.64   23.67   20.02 - 27.34    1.8           26.0
25-4031   Library technicians                                                31760           60    15.27   14.93   11.72 - 18.51    4.2           27.6
29-2061   Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses                  38670          240    18.59   18.50   16.41 - 20.94    1.7           16.0
19-4099   Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other          46460          130    22.34   22.00   19.07 - 25.28    1.8           16.4
13-2072   Loan officers                                                      58910          100    28.32   28.16   22.10 - 33.89    7.8           36.8
13-1111   Management analysts                                                81330          270    39.10   36.86   26.65 - 51.33    4.9            5.6
11-9199   Managers, all other                                                97590          250    46.92   45.05   32.54 - 57.14    3.9           10.4
19-3021   Market research analysts                                               S          180        S   S       S                              10.1
17-3013   Mechanical drafters                                                49490          180    23.79   23.55   20.34 - 27.73    2.6            7.5
17-3027   Mechanical engineering technicians                                 42690          150    20.53   19.23   17.04 - 22.97    5.1           14.9
17-2141   Mechanical engineers                                               72220          450    34.72   33.90   28.62 - 40.97    2.1            8.4
29-2012   Medical and clinical laboratory technicians                        40880           50    19.65   19.16   16.23 - 22.94    2.5           29.3
29-2011   Medical and clinical laboratory technologists                      54510           80    26.21   26.46   23.34 - 29.57    2.0           33.1
11-9111   Medical and health services managers                               73760          140    35.46   35.22   25.06 - 45.85    5.5           10.8
21-1022   Medical and public health social workers                           29370          230    14.12   12.22   9.96 - 18.15     9.6           27.7

      WI Department of Workforce Development
      Labor Market Information
      OES, 2010 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                              Oshkosh: Page 2 of 10                                      06/02/2010
                                                          2009 Occupational Wage Report: Oshkosh, WI MSA
                              S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
                                                                           #
 SOC                                                        2009 Annual      2009               Hourly Rates*         Avg Wage Employment
 Code                 Occupational Title                   Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
                                                   Management, Professional and Related Occupations
29-2071 Medical records and health information technicians          30720         100     14.77 14.40   11.00 - 19.05       8.7       20.0
21-1023   Mental health and substance abuse social workers                45810           140    22.02   23.14   17.80 - 26.94    5.4           14.0
21-1014   Mental health counselors                                        51380            80    24.70   25.12   20.88 - 28.93    2.9           28.1
25-2022   Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 53150           370        S   53190   43490 - 64640    1.8           27.4
15-1071   Network and computer systems administrators                     61890           230    29.76   28.51   22.14 - 36.51    2.8            8.6
15-1081   Network systems and data communications analysts                55020           170    26.45   24.76   21.70 - 31.95    3.2           16.1
25-1072   Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary                 51200            70        S   48740   40840 - 59880    2.3            0.0
29-1064   Obstetricians and gynecologists                                229040            50   110.11   #       #-#             14.6           42.7
29-9011   Occupational health and safety specialists                      59350            50    28.54   26.23   20.58 - 31.70    9.2           10.1
29-1122   Occupational therapists                                         64230            80    30.88   30.82   27.38 - 34.83    2.1           17.7
15-2031   Operations research analysts                                    69250             S    33.29   33.51   20.42 - 45.75    8.5
23-2011   Paralegals and legal assistants                                 40700           110    19.57   18.24   14.66 - 22.65   13.5           13.2
13-2052   Personal financial advisors                                     95130            60    45.74   32.07   26.84 - 49.79   24.0           34.1
29-1051   Pharmacists                                                    118590           150    57.02   59.19   54.87 - 63.31    1.8            8.7
29-2052   Pharmacy technicians                                            27630           200    13.28   13.23   11.20 - 15.15    3.0           10.9
27-4021   Photographers                                                   46910            30    22.55   20.86   16.99 - 27.63    8.3           23.0
29-1123   Physical therapists                                             84210            90    40.49   37.83   33.50 - 44.28    5.1           25.8
29-1071   Physician assistants                                            86920            40    41.79   36.56   32.08 - 45.22    9.2           26.3
29-1069   Physicians and surgeons, all other                             217290            40   104.47   #       #-#             13.2           35.5
25-2011   Preschool teachers, except special education                    20350           290     9.78   9.16    8.28 - 10.79     6.4           43.8
11-9141   Property, real estate, and community association managers       53730            30    25.83   18.59   16.74 - 27.71   12.4           20.0
27-3031   Public relations specialists                                    52450            80    25.22   22.97   17.72 - 28.63    5.8           12.0
13-1023   Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 50130            350    24.10   23.71   19.95 - 28.27    2.0            8.4
11-3061   Purchasing managers                                            106110            90    51.01   45.45   36.68 - 56.43    5.7           10.5
29-2034   Radiologic technologists and technicians                        51750           130    24.88   24.55   21.68 - 28.46    1.9           20.9
29-1111   Registered nurses                                               61430          1750    29.54   28.90   25.14 - 33.45    1.4           14.5
29-1126   Respiratory therapists                                          51580            60    24.80   24.47   21.97 - 27.97    2.1           17.9
11-2022   Sales managers                                                  96460           280    46.38   43.09   33.03 - 54.49    4.9            7.6
25-2031                                                                   47660
          Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education              360        S   46680   38710 - 56930    1.8           18.9
25-3021   Self-enrichment education teachers                              36420            90    17.51   16.17   12.94 - 20.28   11.8           27.6
11-9151   Social and community service managers                           42610            80    20.49   18.76   13.87 - 25.54    6.1            4.8
21-1093   Social and human service assistants                             28050           170    13.49   12.24   10.96 - 15.22    2.8            7.1
25-2042   Special education teachers, middle school                       54680            80        S   54840   44940 - 65290    1.9           29.9
25-2041                                                                   42880
          Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school      140        S   41400   34580 - 51130    4.9           34.5
25-2043   Special education teachers, secondary school                    54490            80        S   54290   42540 - 64530    6.2            9.2
29-1127   Speech-language pathologists                                    63020            60    30.30   29.32   23.82 - 35.52    8.9           24.8

      WI Department of Workforce Development
      Labor Market Information
      OES, 2010 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                            Oshkosh: Page 3 of 10                                      06/02/2010
                                                           2009 Occupational Wage Report: Oshkosh, WI MSA
                             S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
                                                                          #
 SOC                                                       2009 Annual      2009               Hourly Rates*         Avg Wage Employment
 Code                Occupational Title                   Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
                                                  Management, Professional and Related Occupations
21-1011 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors         46240          50     22.23 22.02   19.41 - 25.06       4.7       30.0
29-2055   Surgical technologists                                         44750              110      21.51   21.15   18.54 - 24.22    2.6           27.6
13-2082   Tax preparers                                                  48850                S      23.49   21.95   18.65 - 27.14    9.9
25-9041   Teacher assistants                                             22110              590          S   22010   18650 - 25230    3.2           12.4
25-3099   Teachers and instructors, all other                            32150              500          S   32410   25810 - 36170    5.3           33.0
13-1073   Training and development specialists                           50310              130      24.19   22.41   19.13 - 29.13    3.0           11.8
11-3071   Transportation, storage, and distribution managers             82070               60      39.46   35.46   29.02 - 47.48    6.0            8.2
19-3051   Urban and regional planners                                    52340               30      25.17   24.31   20.60 - 30.57    2.8           29.4
29-1131   Veterinarians                                                  73790               40      35.48   36.98   31.35 - 40.90    6.2            3.2
13-1022   Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products              45590               60      21.92   20.21   17.48 - 25.53    5.0           13.7


                                                                       Service Occupations
39-3091   Amusement and recreation attendants                              17580             50       8.45   8.57    7.93 - 9.20      3.4           28.5
35-3011   Bartenders                                                       17620           1000       8.47   7.95    7.39 - 9.16      3.5           21.1
35-1011   Chefs and head cooks                                             29830             50      14.34   12.48   8.97 - 18.80     9.9           27.3
39-9011   Child care workers                                               22910            260      11.01   11.10   8.80 - 13.19     5.7           46.6
35-3021                                                                    17390
          Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food               1560       8.36   8.06    7.35 - 9.00      2.6           13.7
35-2011   Cooks, fast food                                                 19850            140       9.54   9.32    7.59 - 11.01     7.9           42.0
35-2012   Cooks, institution and cafeteria                                 25810            190      12.41   12.48   10.78 - 14.15    1.9           29.2
35-2014   Cooks, restaurant                                                19320            480       9.29   8.87    7.89 - 10.21     5.6           19.7
35-2015   Cooks, short order                                               21870              S      10.52   10.75   9.60 - 11.76     4.6
35-3022   Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 18500               S       8.89   8.64    7.65 - 9.85      4.3
31-9091   Dental assistants                                                32230            180      15.50   15.33   13.75 - 17.14    3.5           22.1
35-9011   Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers       16320            220       7.85   7.70    7.22 - 8.53      4.2           33.0
35-9021   Dishwashers                                                      16550            170       7.96   7.94    7.37 - 8.73      3.1           26.4
33-2011   Fire fighters                                                    29000            310      13.94   13.28   7.85 - 19.14    13.0           28.1
33-2021   Fire inspectors and investigators                                64290             50      30.91   26.31   20.18 - 45.63   26.8           49.1
35-1012                                                                    31510
          First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers           360      15.15   14.88   12.88 - 17.55    3.2           15.8
37-1011                                                                    41960
          First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers            100      20.17   19.70   17.07 - 23.32    4.1           20.7
37-1012                                                                     groundskeeping workers
          First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and43350             40      20.84   19.42   16.18 - 24.49    4.1           38.5
39-1021   First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers      38080             50      18.31   16.23   13.93 - 21.92    5.8           26.4
33-1012   First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives         68800             50      33.08   32.69   29.29 - 37.20    2.5           36.6
39-9031   Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors                        23540            250      11.32   10.32   8.21 - 13.84    13.8           29.9
35-2021   Food preparation workers                                         19860            260       9.55   9.15    8.03 - 11.17     4.0           16.4
35-3041   Food servers, nonrestaurant                                      19920            210       9.58   9.44    8.36 - 10.83     4.3           25.1

      WI Department of Workforce Development
      Labor Market Information
      OES, 2010 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                            Oshkosh: Page 4 of 10                                          06/02/2010
                                                             2009 Occupational Wage Report: Oshkosh, WI MSA
                                 S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
                                                                            #
 SOC                                                       2009 Annual         2009               Hourly Rates*         Avg Wage Employment
 Code                  Occupational Title                 Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)          PRSE (%)
                                                     Management, Professional and Related Occupations
39-5012 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists              23340           250     11.22 9.91    7.98 - 13.77       11.3       24.7
31-9099   Healthcare support workers, all other                           27060            120     13.01   13.16   11.52 - 14.63    2.4           15.6
31-1011   Home health aides                                               24740            980     11.89   11.66   9.34 - 14.24     5.9           20.2
35-9031   Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop        18030             90      8.67   7.97    7.40 - 9.08      9.8           49.2
37-2011   Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners   25570           1420     12.29   11.27   8.94 - 15.26     3.6           18.0
37-3011   Landscaping and groundskeeping workers                          25000            450     12.02   11.54   9.60 - 14.20     3.6           15.8
37-2012   Maids and housekeeping cleaners                                 19960            320      9.60   9.28    8.18 - 10.95     4.2           33.1
31-9011   Massage therapists                                              29750             40     14.30   8.42    7.41 - 22.81    22.8           27.5
31-9092   Medical assistants                                              27730            480     13.33   13.27   11.48 - 15.11    2.3           11.1
31-9094   Medical transcriptionists                                       31790             90     15.28   15.07   13.72 - 16.91    2.5           14.8
39-2021   Nonfarm animal caretakers                                       17820             50      8.57   7.69    7.28 - 10.32     6.3           32.1
31-1012   Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants                        26190           1040     12.59   12.45   11.13 - 14.08    1.8           12.2
31-2011   Occupational therapist assistants                               48630             50     23.38   22.57   19.66 - 24.91   10.1           18.1
39-9021   Personal and home care aides                                    21680            310     10.42   9.83    8.74 - 11.42     7.4           31.5
31-2021   Physical therapist assistants                                   49920             40     24.00   23.77   21.56 - 25.73    4.6           32.2
33-3051   Police and sheriff's patrol officers                            52820            310     25.40   26.66   21.16 - 30.73    3.6           26.1
33-9099   Protective service workers, all other                           26170             30     12.58   11.20   7.78 - 16.12     2.8           29.0
39-9032   Recreation workers                                              20230            330      9.72   8.90    7.86 - 10.89     5.7           35.6
39-9041   Residential advisors                                            25830             40     12.42   12.09   10.60 - 14.02    3.6           34.8
33-9032   Security guards                                                 25150             80     12.09   11.48   9.95 - 14.08     7.2           36.4
31-9096   Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers          19820             40      9.53   9.50    8.53 - 10.66     2.8           15.1
35-3031   Waiters and waitresses                                          17150           1220      8.25   7.85    7.36 - 8.83      3.7           14.4


                                                                    Sales and Office Occupations
43-4199   All other information and record clerks                         32620             80     15.68   15.90   13.26 - 18.32    2.5           19.3
43-3011   Bill and account collectors                                     31390             90     15.09   14.76   13.18 - 16.46    3.3           13.1
43-3021   Billing and posting clerks and machine operators                30790            220     14.81   14.64   11.85 - 17.31    5.0           10.0
43-3031   Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks                    33030            840     15.88   15.62   13.04 - 18.52    1.6            5.5
41-2011   Cashiers                                                        17720           1840      8.52   8.17    7.31 - 9.11      1.7           11.0
43-9011   Computer operators                                              39550             50     19.01   17.91   15.48 - 21.09    5.7           26.7
41-2021   Counter and rental clerks                                       22270            190     10.71   8.73    7.68 - 11.73     6.5           34.6
43-4051   Customer service representatives                                30200           2140     14.52   13.07   11.05 - 17.25    3.2            5.1
43-9021   Data entry keyers                                               25440            150     12.23   11.78   10.43 - 14.01    3.2           18.2
43-9031   Desktop publishers                                              37380             40     17.97   17.71   16.00 - 19.79    2.6            7.1
43-5032   Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance                 33210            100     15.97   14.57   10.93 - 20.87    6.5           27.9

      WI Department of Workforce Development
      Labor Market Information
      OES, 2010 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                             Oshkosh: Page 5 of 10                                       06/02/2010
                                                           2009 Occupational Wage Report: Oshkosh, WI MSA
                               S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
                                                                            #
 SOC                                                         2009 Annual      2009               Hourly Rates*         Avg Wage Employment
 Code                 Occupational Title                    Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
                                                    Management, Professional and Related Occupations
43-6011 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants          38030         540     18.28 18.40   14.80 - 21.69       1.6        7.3
43-4071   File clerks                                                      26000                90       12.50   12.53   10.55 - 14.91    4.7           23.1
41-1012   First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers      72760              160        34.98   30.82   24.68 - 43.31    4.2           16.4
43-1011                                                                    46620
          First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers        520        22.41   20.46   16.21 - 27.14    2.7            6.1
41-1011   First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers          33600              540        16.15   14.77   11.92 - 18.76    4.2           13.6
43-4081   Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks                             18700                 S        8.99   8.95    7.85 - 10.11     5.3
43-4161   Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping       35700                90       17.16   17.00   14.66 - 19.47    2.0           12.8
41-3021   Insurance sales agents                                           57370              180        27.58   19.83   16.45 - 33.81   18.0           26.7
43-4111   Interviewers, except eligibility and loan                        25040                 S       12.04   11.86   10.79 - 13.39    2.9
43-6012   Legal secretaries                                                29940                70       14.40   13.97   11.42 - 16.92    6.5           11.4
43-4121   Library assistants, clerical                                     22650                70       10.89   10.69   8.61 - 13.19     3.3           32.9
43-4131   Loan interviewers and clerks                                     29100              300        13.99   12.78   10.74 - 15.31   11.7           14.1
43-9051   Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service    30320              100        14.58   13.20   11.22 - 17.78    6.9           27.6
43-6013   Medical secretaries                                              32680              410        15.71   14.92   13.15 - 17.67    3.7           17.5
43-4141   New accounts clerks                                              30300                60       14.57   14.60   13.53 - 15.71    3.5           40.1
43-9199   Office and administrative support workers, all other             24310              110        11.69   11.22   8.87 - 12.65     6.4           32.9
43-9061   Office clerks, general                                           28420             1460        13.66   13.01   10.86 - 15.57    2.1            6.9
43-4151   Order clerks                                                     31900              420        15.34   15.34   13.29 - 17.74    2.7           31.8
41-2022   Parts salespersons                                               29470              130        14.17   12.14   10.53 - 17.54    6.2           26.1
43-3051   Payroll and timekeeping clerks                                   38970              120        18.73   18.52   16.58 - 20.66    1.8           10.7
43-5031   Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers                          39240                70       18.87   19.03   16.26 - 21.53    2.6           15.2
43-5051   Postal service clerks                                            52170                30       25.08   25.26   25.25 - 25.80                   0.0
43-5052   Postal service mail carriers                                     49620              180        23.85   25.80   22.43 - 25.81                   0.0
43-5053                                                                    47840
          Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators           140        23.00   25.25   23.45 - 25.26                   0.0
43-3061   Procurement clerks                                               36960                70       17.77   16.91   14.87 - 19.58    2.9            9.9
43-5061   Production, planning, and expediting clerks                      43900              290        21.10   21.03   16.60 - 25.28    2.0           22.9
43-4171   Receptionists and information clerks                             25900              550        12.45   12.52   10.38 - 14.43    2.4           13.8
41-2031   Retail salespersons                                              20910             2600        10.05   8.28    7.20 - 10.40     4.8           12.9
41-9099   Sales and related workers, all other                             40680                50       19.56   19.14   15.90 - 22.47    4.8            8.7
41-3099   Sales representatives, services, all other                       50480              220        24.27   21.32   16.75 - 27.00    6.8           14.2
41-4012                                                                    70940              products
          Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific1270        34.11   25.89   18.37 - 38.46    8.5            7.7
41-4011                                                                    78800              330
          Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products          37.88   36.10   23.43 - 51.83    7.0           27.1
43-6014   Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive                30680              820        14.75   15.03   11.89 - 17.88    2.1            9.0
41-3031   Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents     67260                90       32.34   18.93   16.25 - 37.49   24.0           29.8
43-5071   Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks                          30090              610        14.47   14.47   9.90 - 18.11     6.0            6.7
43-5081   Stock clerks and order fillers                                   21480              980        10.33   9.38    8.02 - 11.90     2.9           24.4

      WI Department of Workforce Development
      Labor Market Information
      OES, 2010 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                             Oshkosh: Page 6 of 10                                             06/02/2010
                                                           2009 Occupational Wage Report: Oshkosh, WI MSA
                              S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
                                                                           #
 SOC                                                        2009 Annual      2009               Hourly Rates*         Avg Wage Employment
 Code                Occupational Title                    Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
                                                   Management, Professional and Related Occupations
43-2011 Switchboard operators, including answering service          26390          60     12.69 13.14   10.47 - 14.72       4.1        9.8
41-9041 Telemarketers                                                      27330            210   13.14 12.23     10.78 - 14.97    3.4            4.5
43-3071 Tellers                                                            23020            440   11.07 10.87     9.41 - 12.59     2.3           18.1
43-5111 Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping         31840             50   15.31 15.18     12.53 - 17.81    3.5           21.5


                                               Natural Resources, Construction and Maintenance Occupations
49-3021   Automotive body and related repairers                              36120          110   17.37   17.31   14.79 - 19.99    4.0           14.5
49-3023   Automotive service technicians and mechanics                       31850          290   15.31   15.10   12.67 - 18.21    4.0           20.7
49-3031   Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists              41170          150   19.79   18.65   15.80 - 22.64    5.5           20.1
47-2031   Carpenters                                                             S          690       S   S       S                              29.1
47-2051   Cement masons and concrete finishers                               44140            S   21.22   20.58   15.16 - 27.07    8.3
49-2011   Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers           40490           40   19.47   20.42   16.26 - 23.42    7.1           28.3
47-2061   Construction laborers                                              33190          520   15.96   14.89   12.80 - 18.26    3.7           15.3
49-2094                                                                      53930
          Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment          90   25.93   26.33   23.33 - 28.96    3.4           36.0
47-2111   Electricians                                                       45580          420   21.91   22.58   19.30 - 25.11    3.6           11.6
47-1011                                                                      58490
          First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers     130   28.12   28.17   18.51 - 36.21    5.7           42.2
49-1011                                                                      63690
          First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers           180   30.62   29.53   25.32 - 35.83    2.1            8.4
49-9021                                                                      47750
          Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers              40   22.95   22.85   20.34 - 25.36    4.4           36.7
47-3012   Helpers--carpenters                                                23760            S   11.42   11.32   10.16 - 12.87    4.3
49-9098   Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers             28830           50   13.86   12.67   8.89 - 19.65     6.5           26.7
47-4051   Highway maintenance workers                                        37900           50   18.22   18.33   16.15 - 20.92    3.1           38.1
49-9041   Industrial machinery mechanics                                     51420          510   24.72   23.55   20.49 - 28.24    4.7           24.0
49-9099   Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other           34080          100   16.39   13.59   10.59 - 22.42    5.9           30.0
49-9042   Maintenance and repair workers, general                            38740          740   18.63   19.25   14.64 - 22.81    2.0            5.8
49-9044   Millwrights                                                        48180          130   23.16   23.13   21.25 - 24.86    3.3           23.8
47-2073   Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 45800              280   22.02   20.96   16.54 - 27.32    7.8           21.5
47-2141   Painters, construction and maintenance                             45490          270   21.87   22.68   17.60 - 26.13    6.0           25.0
47-2152   Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters                            66570          230   32.01   30.23   23.68 - 40.51    6.3           20.1
47-2181   Roofers                                                            32750            S   15.75   15.20   12.96 - 18.90   13.6
47-2211   Sheet metal workers                                                47130          110   22.66   25.84   15.43 - 28.84    4.0           39.6
49-2022                                                                      36270
          Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers       S   17.44   14.84   13.39 - 20.14   17.2
49-3093   Tire repairers and changers                                        22380           50   10.76   10.99   10.20 - 11.78    4.5           34.1




      WI Department of Workforce Development
      Labor Market Information
      OES, 2010 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                              Oshkosh: Page 7 of 10                                     06/02/2010
                                                           2009 Occupational Wage Report: Oshkosh, WI MSA
                             S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
                                                                        #
SOC                                                     2009 Annual       2009               Hourly Rates*          Avg Wage Employment
Code                    Occupational Title            Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)          PRSE (%)
                                               Management, Professional and Related Occupations
                                           Production, Transportation and Material Moving Occupations
51-2099   Assemblers and fabricators, all other                              26520                 S      12.75 12.35   10.78 - 14.27    4.3
51-3011   Bakers                                                             19980              110        9.61 9.02    7.98 - 10.70     5.0           26.7
51-5011   Bindery workers                                                    29350              280       14.11 13.89   10.96 - 16.17    5.5           28.1
53-3022   Bus drivers, school                                                27640              140       13.29 12.98   8.01 - 18.46    24.4           35.4
51-7011   Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters                                 29520              130       14.19 13.61   11.41 - 16.58    5.1           15.7
51-9191   Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders                 39820              110       19.14 19.19   17.10 - 21.87    3.7           13.3
53-7061   Cleaners of vehicles and equipment                                 21310              100       10.24 8.96    7.72 - 10.97     5.9           45.3
51-9121                                                                      35650
          Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders                  S      17.14 16.88   13.60 - 21.55    5.3
51-4011   Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 39780                   240       19.12 18.73   16.84 - 21.63    2.5           45.0
51-9032   Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders        39700              300       19.08 19.86   16.88 - 22.37    2.4           24.2
51-4031                                                                      35010              320
          Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic         16.83 16.48   14.64 - 18.35    3.4           20.7
51-4032                                                                      35900
          Drilling and boring machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic     70      17.26 15.85   14.40 - 20.50    6.6           33.3
53-3031   Driver/sales workers                                               22450                 S      10.79 8.86    8.03 - 10.05     7.0
51-9041                                                                      35820
          Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders  260       17.22 18.74   14.00 - 20.61    8.3           40.8
53-1021                                                                       movers,
          First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material41660 hand          180       20.03 18.84   15.02 - 24.49    4.8           21.6
51-1011   First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers58760              870       28.25 28.46   24.17 - 33.16    1.8            6.8
53-1031                                                                      53940              110       25.93
          First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators24.98      19.41 - 30.76    5.2           14.2
51-3092   Food batchmakers                                                   24220                60      11.65 10.28   8.85 - 12.79     9.4           19.5
51-3093   Food cooking machine operators and tenders                         16260                30       7.82 7.98    7.27 - 8.66      6.0           46.8
51-9022   Grinding and polishing workers, hand                               26740              170       12.86 13.56   10.56 - 15.10    4.7            6.7
51-4033                                                                      37440                90      18.00 17.52
          Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic     15.84 - 20.39    4.9           20.4
51-9198   Helpers--production workers                                        28520              850       13.71 13.59   11.18 - 16.12    2.5            8.9
53-7051   Industrial truck and tractor operators                             34950              830       16.80 16.67   13.82 - 19.62    3.0            7.6
51-9061   Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers               36060              570       17.34 17.77   13.42 - 21.41    4.4            9.3
53-7062   Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand             31350             2190       15.07 14.82   10.92 - 18.93    2.8           19.4
51-4034                                                                      39110
          Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic       30      18.80 18.76   16.90 - 21.07    3.1           22.6
51-6011   Laundry and dry-cleaning workers                                   20490                90       9.85 9.47    7.76 - 11.48     3.6            9.7
53-7063   Machine feeders and offbearers                                     31240                 S      15.02 15.74   11.55 - 17.91    6.0
51-4041   Machinists                                                         39520              540       19.00 19.11   15.71 - 22.18    3.7           20.2
51-4035                                                                      40500
          Milling and planing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic          30      19.47 19.29   16.82 - 22.46    3.5           37.9
51-9023   Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders        41760              130       20.08 21.06   17.02 - 23.47    4.3           28.4
51-4072                                                                      27990                 S
          Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 13.46 13.11       10.04 - 17.30    6.5
51-4081                                                                      35680
          Multiple machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic                 S      17.16 16.97   14.13 - 20.04    4.5
51-9111   Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders                24740              390       11.89 11.54   10.07 - 13.71    2.0           24.0
53-7064   Packers and packagers, hand                                        22480              660       10.81 10.86   9.61 - 12.07     4.0           31.5

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       Labor Market Information
       OES, 2010 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                             Oshkosh: Page 8 of 10                                           06/02/2010
                                                          2009 Occupational Wage Report: Oshkosh, WI MSA
                                S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
                                                                         #
 SOC                                                     2009 Annual        2009                Hourly Rates*          Avg Wage Employment
 Code                  Occupational Title               Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)           PRSE (%)
51-9122 Painters, transportation equipment       Management, Professional and Related Occupations
                                                                  42860           110     20.61 21.46   18.84 - 23.44        5.1        5.8
51-9196   Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders              44020          1850   21.16   21.78   18.97 - 23.97         2.5            17.7
51-5022   Prepress technicians and workers                                 41540           280   19.97   20.64   16.26 - 23.64         5.3            31.1
51-5023   Printing machine operators                                       40950           620   19.69   19.41   16.80 - 22.69         3.1            18.3
51-9199   Production workers, all other                                    29980           100   14.41   13.92   11.77 - 17.24         5.8            39.5
53-6031   Service station attendants                                       19620            50    9.43   9.30    7.97 - 10.96          6.9            37.2
51-6031   Sewing machine operators                                         23170            80   11.14   10.89   9.07 - 13.41          6.0            20.9
51-8021   Stationary engineers and boiler operators                        47730            60   22.95   22.79   20.46 - 25.20         4.6            39.1
51-2041   Structural metal fabricators and fitters                         40040            70   19.25   20.01   16.36 - 22.56         4.7            25.5
53-3041   Taxi drivers and chauffeurs                                      19610            50    9.43   9.15    8.20 - 10.67          3.4            23.0
51-2092   Team assemblers                                                  35240          2010   16.94   16.88   12.89 - 22.03         8.3             5.6
51-4111   Tool and die makers                                              44540            60   21.41   21.77   18.69 - 24.52         6.8            40.1
53-3032   Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer                         42290          1090   20.33   19.46   16.56 - 23.76         3.9            12.7
53-3033   Truck drivers, light or delivery services                        33520           590   16.11   12.78   10.60 - 22.41        12.8            10.0
51-8031   Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators      42710           140   20.54   20.83   17.51 - 23.66         4.2            12.8
51-4121   Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers                         46640          1100   22.42   22.29   18.91 - 25.45         3.2             2.9
51-4122                                                                    35700
          Welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and tenders          350   17.16   16.99   14.78 - 19.31         3.2             3.1


Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, Labor Market
Information Section, Occupational Employment Statistics Unit


Definition of Variables



          Annual Average Wage: An occupation's average wage is calculated by summing the wages of all employees in the occupation and then
          dividing by the total number of employees in that occupation. In most cases, the annual wage is equal to the average hourly wage multiplied by
          2080


          Median Wage: The median wage represents the 50th percentile of the wage distribution. Half of the employees in the occupation earn less
          than the median wage, half earn more.


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                           S = Suppressed; # = indicates a wage greater than $80.00 per hour or $166,400 per year
                                                                         #
 SOC                                                  2009 Annual            2009               Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
 Code              Occupational Title                Average Salary Employment Average Median Middle Range PRSE (%)                      PRSE (%)
                                              Management, Professional and Related Occupations
      Middle Range: The wages of fifty percent of the employees in an occupation lie in the middle range. The first number in the middle range is the
      25th percentile and the second number is the 75th percentile. Twenty-five percent of the employees in the occupation earn less than the 25th
      percentile and twenty-five percent earn more than the 75th percentile.


         Percent Relative Standard Error (PRSE): The Percent Relative Standard Error is the estimated standard error of the estimate divided by
         estimated average value of the estimate. The smaller the PRSE, the more reliable the estimate. To find the standard eror, multiply the PRSE
         by the average value of the estimate. The standard error is used to calculate a confidence interval. A 95 percent confidence interval includes
         wages or employment levels two standard errors above and two standard errors below the reported average wage or employment level.


* If the hourly rate is not available, the annual rate is reported.




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