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									                                                STATE OF ALABAMA

                                                 2010 WAGE SURVEY

                                                Montgomery, AL MSA




The wage and employment estimates are provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial
Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The
estimates are based on the release of the May 2009 Occupational Employment Survey employment
and wage estimate file.



                                 Department of Industrial Relations
                                 Labor Market Information Division
                                         649 Monroe St.
                                      Montgomery, AL 36131
                                          (334) 242-8855
                                                         State of Alabama
                                                  Department of Industrial Relations
                                                  Labor Market Information Division

                                                   MONTGOMERY MSA
Management Occupations
                                                      Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                      Estimated           Estimated
                           Occupation Title           Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                          Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                     Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  11-1011    Chief Executives                            240       80.65    167,750    39.22     81,570    101.37       210,840

  11-1021    General and Operations Managers            2,900      45.64     94,940    23.99     49,900     56.47       117,460

  11-1031    Legislators                                 60         NA       18,250     NA       15,180      NA          19,780

  11-2021    Marketing Managers                          60        43.25     89,960    30.55     63,550     49.60       103,160

  11-2022    Sales Managers                              150       44.54     92,640    23.45     48,780     55.08       114,560

  11-2031    Public Relations Managers                   90        34.00     70,720    23.03     47,900     39.48        82,130

  11-3011    Administrative Services Managers            100       34.22     71,170    21.81     45,370     40.42        84,070
             Computer and Information Systems
  11-3021                                                270       51.80    107,750    38.25     79,560     58.58       121,840
             Managers
  11-3031    Financial Managers                          490       44.70     92,980    25.21     52,430     54.45       113,250

  11-3041    Compensation and Benefits Managers          20        42.00     87,360    28.15     58,550     48.93       101,770

  11-3042    Training and Development Managers           10        39.39     81,940    25.82     53,700     46.18        96,060

  11-3049    Human Resources Managers, All Other         60        45.65     94,950    31.73     66,000     52.61       109,430

  11-3051    Industrial Production Managers              120       38.50     80,080    23.39     48,660     46.06        95,800

  11-3061    Purchasing Managers                         50        43.38     90,230    30.12     62,650     50.01       104,020


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Management Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             Transportation, Storage, and Distribution
  11-3071                                                    70        38.46     79,990    23.87     49,640     45.75        95,160
             Managers
  11-9021    Construction Managers                          140        40.59     84,420    24.23     50,400     48.76       101,420
             Education Administrators, Preschool and
  11-9031                                                    40        22.66     47,130    15.57     32,400     26.20        54,500
             Child Care Center/Program
             Education Administrators, Elementary and
  11-9032                                                   240         NA       68,530     NA       53,090      NA          76,250
             Secondary School
  11-9033    Education Administrators, Postsecondary        130        39.49     82,150    22.44     46,680     48.02        99,880

  11-9039    Education Administrators, All Other            200        47.20     98,180    36.91     76,770     52.35       108,880

  11-9041    Engineering Managers                           130        44.64     92,850    34.11     70,940     49.91       103,810

  11-9051    Food Service Managers                          180        22.59     46,980    17.06     35,480     25.35        52,730

  11-9061    Funeral Directors                               40        27.46     57,110    16.18     33,650     33.10        68,840

  11-9081    Lodging Managers                               NA         20.85     43,370    14.15     29,440     24.20        50,330

  11-9111    Medical and Health Services Managers           190        39.70     82,580    24.61     51,190     47.25        98,280

  11-9121    Natural Sciences Managers                       20        47.95     99,730    39.82     82,830     52.01       108,180

  11-9131    Postmasters and Mail Superintendents            20        27.79     57,800    16.27     33,840     33.54        69,770
             Property, Real Estate, and Community
  11-9141                                                    40        33.48     69,640    19.43     40,420     40.50        84,250
             Association Managers
  11-9151    Social and Community Service Managers          110        23.30     48,460    13.52     28,130     28.18        58,620


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                   State of Alabama
                                            Department of Industrial Relations
                                            Labor Market Information Division

Management Occupations
                                                Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title       Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                    Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                               Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  11-9199    Managers, All Other                   310       43.01     89,460    25.41     52,840     51.81       107,770




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Business & Financial Operations Occupations
                                                           Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                           Estimated           Estimated
                            Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                               Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                          Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except
  13-1022                                                     80        22.33     46,450    14.72     30,610     26.14        54,370
             Farm Products
             Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale,
  13-1023                                                    420        25.32     52,660    16.15     33,600     29.90        62,200
             Retail, and Farm Products
             Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and
  13-1031                                                    450        26.40     54,910    17.25     35,890     30.97        64,420
             Investigators
             Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture,
  13-1041                                                    240        25.94     53,950    17.68     36,780     30.06        62,530
             Construction, Health and Safety, and
  13-1051    Cost Estimators                                 150        26.01     54,110    18.57     38,630     29.74        61,850

  13-1061    Emergency Management Specialists                 20        22.03     45,830    15.35     31,920     25.38        52,780
             Employment, Recruitment, and
  13-1071                                                    140        19.33     40,210    12.78     26,590     22.61        47,020
             Placement Specialists
             Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis
  13-1072                                                     70        20.99     43,650    15.83     32,920     23.57        49,020
             Specialists
  13-1073    Training and Development Specialists            200        22.52     46,850    13.05     27,140     27.26        56,700
             Human Resources, Training, and Labor
  13-1079                                                    300        26.74     55,620    19.13     39,790     30.54        63,530
             Relations Specialists, All Other
  13-1081    Logisticians                                     60        30.76     63,980    22.59     46,980     34.85        72,490

  13-1111    Management Analysts                             390        30.66     63,780    20.35     42,320     35.82        74,510

  13-1121    Meeting and Convention Planners                  30        21.17     44,040    14.04     29,200     24.74        51,460

  13-1199    Business Operations Specialists, All Other      730        30.32     63,060    17.78     36,980     36.59        76,100

  13-2011    Accountants and Auditors                       2,080       28.71     59,720    18.80     39,110     33.66        70,020


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                         State of Alabama
                                                  Department of Industrial Relations
                                                  Labor Market Information Division

Business & Financial Operations Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title              Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  13-2021    Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate       50        24.03     49,980    15.59     32,430     28.25        58,760

  13-2031    Budget Analysts                               90        30.75     63,970    23.58     49,050     34.34        71,430

  13-2041    Credit Analysts                               80        20.78     43,230    15.17     31,560     23.59        49,060

  13-2051    Financial Analysts                            50        33.97     70,660    19.63     40,830     41.14        85,580

  13-2052    Personal Financial Advisors                  160        62.91    130,860    26.61     55,340     81.07       168,620

  13-2053    Insurance Underwriters                       190        27.15     56,460    18.73     38,960     31.35        65,210

  13-2061    Financial Examiners                           60        33.00     68,640    20.65     42,960     39.18        81,480

  13-2071    Loan Counselors                               60        15.41     32,050    12.52     26,040     16.85        35,050

  13-2072    Loan Officers                                420        28.02     58,270    16.68     34,700     33.68        70,060
             Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue
  13-2081                                                 280        25.53     53,100    18.75     38,990     28.92        60,150
             Agents
  13-2082    Tax Preparers                                 20        17.54     36,470    10.76     22,390     20.92        43,520

  13-2099    Financial Specialists, All Other             100        32.86     68,340    19.45     40,460     39.56        82,280




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                       State of Alabama
                                                Department of Industrial Relations
                                                Labor Market Information Division

Computer & Mathematical Occupations
                                                     Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                     Estimated           Estimated
                             Occupation Title        Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                         Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                    Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  15-1021    Computer Programmers                      430        33.84     70,400    22.72     47,260     39.41        81,960
             Computer Software Engineers,
  15-1031                                              340        37.95     78,940    27.18     56,530     43.34        90,140
             Applications
             Computer Software Engineers, Systems
  15-1032                                              140        36.06     75,010    26.40     54,920     40.90        85,060
             Software
  15-1041    Computer Support Specialists              510        19.08     39,690    12.59     26,180     22.33        46,450

  15-1051    Computer Systems Analysts                 970        34.30     71,350    24.53     51,020     39.19        81,510

  15-1061    Database Administrators                   110        29.83     62,050    19.58     40,730     34.96        72,710
             Network and Computer Systems
  15-1071                                              390        29.93     62,260    20.78     43,220     34.51        71,790
             Administrators
             Network Systems and Data
  15-1081                                              400        31.45     65,410    20.40     42,440     36.97        76,900
             Communications Analysts
  15-1099    Computer Specialists, All Other           570        37.06     77,080    27.53     57,270     41.82        86,990

  15-2031    Operations Research Analysts               90        24.31     50,560    19.32     40,180     26.80        55,750

  15-2041    Statisticians                              90        25.88     53,820    19.56     40,680     29.03        60,390




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                          State of Alabama
                                                   Department of Industrial Relations
                                                   Labor Market Information Division

Architecture & Engineering Occupations
                                                       Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                       Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title             Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                           Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                      Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  17-1021    Cartographers and Photogrammetrists          40        23.71     49,310    15.38     32,000     27.87        57,970

  17-1022    Surveyors                                    110       21.43     44,570    14.37     29,890     24.95        51,900

  17-2011    Aerospace Engineers                          NA        46.89     97,530    29.28     60,900     55.69       115,840

  17-2051    Civil Engineers                              560       33.01     68,660    20.68     43,020     39.17        81,480

  17-2061    Computer Hardware Engineers                  60        40.73     84,720    31.44     65,400     45.37        94,380

  17-2071    Electrical Engineers                         130       42.59     88,590    26.14     54,370     50.82       105,700

  17-2072    Electronics Engineers, Except Computer       20        39.96     83,120    27.81     57,850     46.03        95,750

  17-2081    Environmental Engineers                      140       35.19     73,200    24.70     51,370     40.44        84,120
             Health and Safety Engineers, Except
  17-2111                                                 20        30.77     64,000    21.89     45,530     35.21        73,240
             Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors
  17-2112    Industrial Engineers                         180       33.98     70,670    26.62     55,370     37.65        78,320

  17-2141    Mechanical Engineers                         160       32.31     67,210    23.76     49,410     36.59        76,110

  17-2199    Engineers, All Other                         30        28.45     59,170    13.22     27,500     36.06        75,010

  17-3011    Architectural and Civil Drafters             130       18.90     39,300    12.02     25,000     22.34        46,460

  17-3012    Electrical and Electronics Drafters          50        22.55     46,910    14.67     30,520     26.49        55,100

  17-3013    Mechanical Drafters                          120       21.73     45,200    15.35     31,920     24.92        51,830


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                            State of Alabama
                                                     Department of Industrial Relations
                                                     Labor Market Information Division

Architecture & Engineering Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  17-3019    Drafters, All Other                            NA         20.63     42,910    16.57     34,460     22.66        47,140
             Aerospace Engineering and Operations
  17-3021                                                    10        20.70     43,050    17.08     35,530     22.51        46,810
             Technicians
  17-3022    Civil Engineering Technicians                  250        17.11     35,600    12.80     26,630     19.27        40,080
             Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  17-3023                                                    90        23.79     49,490    17.74     36,900     26.82        55,780
             Technicians
  17-3025    Environmental Engineering Technicians           20        17.97     37,390    13.32     27,710     20.30        42,220

  17-3026    Industrial Engineering Technicians              90        20.63     42,900    14.54     30,250     23.67        49,230

  17-3027    Mechanical Engineering Technicians              20        23.33     48,520    16.45     34,220     26.77        55,670
             Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters,
  17-3029                                                    40        16.83     35,000    13.00     27,030     18.75        38,990
             All Other
  17-3031    Surveying and Mapping Technicians              130        13.59     28,270     9.04     18,790     15.87        33,020




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                          State of Alabama
                                                   Department of Industrial Relations
                                                   Labor Market Information Division

Life, Physical & Social Science Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  19-1032    Foresters                                       30        31.11     64,710    22.79     47,400     35.28        73,370

  19-2012    Physicists                                      20         NA        NA        NA        NA         NA            NA

  19-2021    Atmospheric and Space Scientists               NA         26.53     55,180    17.49     36,390     31.05        64,580

  19-2031    Chemists                                        60        30.28     62,990    20.49     42,620     35.18        73,170
             Environmental Scientists and Specialists,
  19-2041                                                   280        25.10     52,210    18.17     37,790     28.56        59,410
             Including Health
  19-3021    Market Research Analysts                        40        26.16     54,420    18.04     37,530     30.22        62,860

  19-3022    Survey Researchers                              90        11.35     23,610     8.44     17,550     12.81        26,640
             Clinical, Counseling, and School
  19-3031                                                   NA         35.06     72,930    22.84     47,500     41.17        85,640
             Psychologists
  19-3051    Urban and Regional Planners                    120        26.12     54,320    19.09     39,710     29.63        61,630

  19-4031    Chemical Technicians                            30        15.98     33,240    11.03     22,950     18.46        38,390

  19-4093    Forest and Conservation Technicians             40        14.34     29,830     9.05     18,820     16.99        35,330
             Life, Physical, and Social Science
  19-4099                                                    70        15.47     32,170     8.20     17,050     19.10        39,730
             Technicians, All Other




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                          State of Alabama
                                                   Department of Industrial Relations
                                                   Labor Market Information Division

Community & Social Service Occupations
                                                         Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                         Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                             Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                        Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             Substance Abuse and Behavioral
  21-1011                                                   50        18.70     38,900    15.88     33,040     20.11        41,840
             Disorder Counselors
             Educational, Vocational, and School
  21-1012                                                  280        25.54     53,130    19.31     40,170     28.66        59,600
             Counselors
  21-1014    Mental Health Counselors                      130        21.70     45,140    12.93     26,890     26.09        54,270

  21-1015    Rehabilitation Counselors                     120        20.14     41,890    11.28     23,460     24.57        51,100

  21-1021    Child, Family, and School Social Workers      540        22.23     46,230    14.25     29,640     26.21        54,520

  21-1022    Medical and Public Health Social Workers      230        20.29     42,210    14.00     29,120     23.44        48,760
             Mental Health and Substance Abuse
  21-1023                                                  120        16.26     33,830    12.68     26,370     18.06        37,560
             Social Workers
  21-1029    Social Workers, All Other                      30        23.11     48,060    12.13     25,240     28.59        59,470

  21-1091    Health Educators                               70        16.18     33,660     8.63     17,940     19.96        41,510

  21-1093    Social and Human Service Assistants           110        13.76     28,630     8.84     18,380     16.23        33,750
             Community and Social Service
  21-1099                                                   50        22.12     46,000    12.09     25,150     27.13        56,420
             Specialists, All Other
  21-2011    Clergy                                         40        20.53     42,700    13.68     28,460     23.95        49,820




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                          State of Alabama
                                                   Department of Industrial Relations
                                                   Labor Market Information Division

Legal Occupations
                                                         Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                         Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                             Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                        Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  23-1011    Lawyers                                       920        54.38    113,120    29.20     60,730     66.98       139,310
             Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators,
  23-1021                                                  NA         44.36     92,260    23.64     49,170     54.71       113,800
             and Hearing Officers
             Judges, Magistrate Judges, and
  23-1023                                                   40        23.50     48,870    15.88     33,030     27.31        56,790
             Magistrates
  23-2011    Paralegals and Legal Assistants               290        19.70     40,980    12.55     26,110     23.28        48,420

  23-2091    Court Reporters                                30        16.55     34,410     7.59     15,800     21.02        43,720

  23-2092    Law Clerks                                    NA         17.73     36,890    16.23     33,760     18.49        38,450




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Education, Training & Library Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  25-1011    Business Teachers, Postsecondary              100        NA       78,760     NA       53,440      NA          91,420
             Computer Science Teachers,
  25-1021                                                  30         NA       78,290     NA       52,780      NA          91,040
             Postsecondary
             Mathematical Science Teachers,
  25-1022                                                  50         NA       58,630     NA       36,560      NA          69,660
             Postsecondary
             Biological Science Teachers,
  25-1042                                                  40         NA       61,690     NA       43,420      NA          70,830
             Postsecondary
  25-1052    Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary             20         NA       64,760     NA       46,340      NA          73,970

  25-1066    Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary            40         NA       60,020     NA       45,680      NA          67,190

  25-1067    Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary             10         NA       66,400     NA       49,700      NA          74,750
             Health Specialties Teachers,
  25-1071                                                  20         NA       71,800     NA       38,940      NA          88,240
             Postsecondary
             Nursing Instructors and Teachers,
  25-1072                                                  40         NA       64,340     NA       46,490      NA          73,270
             Postsecondary
             Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement
  25-1111                                                  20         NA       57,320     NA       39,530      NA          66,220
             Teachers, Postsecondary
  25-1112    Law Teachers, Postsecondary                   30         NA       80,450     NA       60,910      NA          90,220
             Art, Drama, and Music Teachers,
  25-1121                                                  30         NA       56,600     NA       40,660      NA          64,580
             Postsecondary
             Communications Teachers,
  25-1122                                                  20         NA       58,840     NA       41,800      NA          67,360
             Postsecondary
             English Language and Literature
  25-1123                                                  90         NA       56,660     NA       41,030      NA          64,480
             Teachers, Postsecondary
  25-1125    History Teachers, Postsecondary               40         NA       59,970     NA       45,480      NA          67,210


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 12 of 43
                                                          State of Alabama
                                                   Department of Industrial Relations
                                                   Labor Market Information Division

Education, Training & Library Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title              Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             Philosophy and Religion Teachers,
  25-1126                                                  20         NA       63,680     NA       51,650      NA          69,700
             Postsecondary
             Vocational Education Teachers,
  25-1194                                                 NA         24.76     51,500    19.67     40,920     27.30        56,790
             Postsecondary
             Preschool Teachers, Except Special
  25-2011                                                 230        10.88     22,620     8.41     17,500     12.11        25,180
             Education
             Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special
  25-2012                                                 250         NA       41,680     NA       32,770      NA          46,140
             Education
             Elementary School Teachers, Except
  25-2021                                                1,980        NA       43,270     NA       34,820      NA          47,490
             Special Education
             Middle School Teachers, Except Special
  25-2022                                                 440         NA       44,490     NA       35,450      NA          49,010
             and Vocational Education
             Secondary School Teachers, Except
  25-2031                                                1,210        NA       41,980     NA       30,840      NA          47,540
             Special and Vocational Education
             Vocational Education Teachers,
  25-2032                                                 NA          NA       53,240     NA       44,130      NA          57,800
             Secondary School
             Special Education Teachers, Preschool,
  25-2041                                                 250         NA       45,410     NA       36,780      NA          49,730
             Kindergarten, and Elementary School
             Special Education Teachers, Middle
  25-2042                                                 NA          NA       48,080     NA       42,810      NA          50,720
             School
             Special Education Teachers, Secondary
  25-2043                                                 NA          NA       38,970     NA       23,350      NA          46,790
             School
             Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and
  25-3011                                                  70        19.58     40,730    11.66     24,250     23.54        48,970
             GED Teachers and Instructors
  25-3099    Teachers and Instructors, All Other          NA          NA       35,960     NA       23,470      NA          42,200

  25-3021    Self-Enrichment Education Teachers           100        13.84     28,780    10.80     22,470     15.35        31,940

  25-4011    Archivists                                    40        29.29     60,920    21.44     44,590     33.22        69,090


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 13 of 43
                                                          State of Alabama
                                                   Department of Industrial Relations
                                                   Labor Market Information Division

Education, Training & Library Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  25-4013    Museum Technicians and Conservators             20        17.09     35,550    14.63     30,420     18.32        38,110

  25-4021    Librarians                                     230        24.89     51,760    17.16     35,680     28.75        59,800

  25-4031    Library Technicians                            110        15.40     32,040     9.93     20,660     18.14        37,720

  25-9031    Instructional Coordinators                     280        35.10     73,000    25.68     53,420     39.81        82,790

  25-9041    Teacher Assistants                            1,430        NA       17,500     NA       15,150      NA          18,680
             Education, Training, and Library Workers,
  25-9099                                                    80        20.27     42,160    15.93     33,140     22.44        46,670
             All Other




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 14 of 43
                                                             State of Alabama
                                                      Department of Industrial Relations
                                                      Labor Market Information Division

Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports & Media Occupations
                                                             Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                             Estimated           Estimated
                             Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                                 Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                            Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  27-1011    Art Directors                                      20        35.21     73,230    20.76     43,190     42.43        88,250

  27-1012    Craft Artists                                     NA         17.00     35,350     7.61     15,830     21.69        45,120
             Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors,
  27-1013                                                       10        21.25     44,210     8.63     17,960     27.56        57,330
             and Illustrators
  27-1023    Floral Designers                                   80        10.75     22,370     8.67     18,040     11.80        24,530

  27-1024    Graphic Designers                                 200        20.64     42,930    13.73     28,550     24.09        50,110

  27-1025    Interior Designers                                 40        19.19     39,920    15.20     31,620     21.19        44,070
             Merchandise Displayers and Window
  27-1026                                                       80        11.22     23,340     7.80     16,220     12.93        26,890
             Trimmers
  27-2012    Producers and Directors                           110        25.70     53,450    13.37     27,810     31.86        66,270

  27-2022    Coaches and Scouts                                160         NA       35,600     NA       16,710      NA          45,050

  27-3011    Radio and Television Announcers                    50        12.22     25,410     7.87     16,380     14.39        29,920

  27-3022    Reporters and Correspondents                       70        18.06     37,570    10.14     21,090     22.02        45,810

  27-3031    Public Relations Specialists                      510        21.67     45,080    13.97     29,050     25.52        53,090

  27-3041    Editors                                           130        18.51     38,490    11.95     24,850     21.78        45,310

  27-3042    Technical Writers                                  60        23.49     48,850    15.87     33,020     27.29        56,770

  27-3043    Writers and Authors                                50        31.57     65,670    18.86     39,220     37.93        78,890


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 15 of 43
                                                         State of Alabama
                                                  Department of Industrial Relations
                                                  Labor Market Information Division

Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports & Media Occupations
                                                         Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                         Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                             Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                        Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  27-4011    Audio and Video Equipment Technicians          50        14.53     30,220     7.76     16,140     17.92        37,260

  27-4012    Broadcast Technicians                          70        14.93     31,060     8.88     18,470     17.96        37,350

  27-4021    Photographers                                 120        12.53     26,070     7.61     15,830     14.99        31,190
             Camera Operators, Television, Video, and
  27-4031                                                  NA         16.02     33,330    10.40     21,630     18.83        39,170
             Motion Picture




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                         State of Alabama
                                                  Department of Industrial Relations
                                                  Labor Market Information Division

Healthcare Practitioner & Technical Occupations
                                                      Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                      Estimated           Estimated
                            Occupation Title          Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                          Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                     Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  29-1011    Chiropractors                               20        59.51    123,780    45.38     94,400     66.57       138,470

  29-1021    Dentists, General                           130       103.28   214,820    59.80    124,380      NA            NA

  29-1031    Dietitians and Nutritionists                50        23.17     48,190    16.87     35,090     26.32        54,740

  29-1041    Optometrists                                NA        58.88    122,460    21.42     44,550     77.61       161,420

  29-1051    Pharmacists                                 420       54.53    113,410    45.42     94,470     59.08       122,890

  29-1062    Family and General Practitioners            50        107.37   223,330    80.64    167,720      NA            NA

  29-1063    Internists, General                         NA        79.00    164,310    54.08    112,490     91.45       190,220

  29-1065    Pediatricians, General                      NA        89.83    186,840    63.97    133,060    102.75       213,730

  29-1067    Surgeons                                    20         NA        NA        NA        NA         NA            NA

  29-1069    Physicians and Surgeons, All Other          250       103.29   214,840    70.77    147,200      NA            NA

  29-1071    Physician Assistants                        NA        48.16    100,160    30.80     64,060     56.84       118,220

  29-1081    Podiatrists                                 40        49.57    103,100    29.06     60,440     59.82       124,430

  29-1111    Registered Nurses                          2,940      29.28     60,910    21.61     44,950     33.12        68,890

  29-1122    Occupational Therapists                     60        33.21     69,090    26.51     55,140     36.57        76,060

  29-1123    Physical Therapists                         150       38.06     79,160    24.82     51,620     44.68        92,930


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                         State of Alabama
                                                  Department of Industrial Relations
                                                  Labor Market Information Division

Healthcare Practitioner & Technical Occupations
                                                         Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                         Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                             Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                        Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  29-1124    Radiation Therapists                          NA         48.94    101,800    25.05     52,100     60.89       126,650

  29-1125    Recreational Therapists                        20        16.49     34,290    13.95     29,010     17.75        36,930

  29-1126    Respiratory Therapists                        150        22.83     47,490    19.78     41,140     24.36        50,670

  29-1127    Speech-Language Pathologists                   60        31.16     64,810    18.21     37,880     37.64        78,280

  29-1131    Veterinarians                                  70        39.02     81,170    32.37     67,320     42.35        88,090
             Health Diagnosing and Treating
  29-1199                                                   40         NA        NA        NA        NA         NA            NA
             Practitioners, All Other
             Medical and Clinical Laboratory
  29-2011                                                  220        22.49     46,770    16.57     34,460     25.44        52,920
             Technologists
             Medical and Clinical Laboratory
  29-2012                                                  140        14.23     29,600     9.59     19,950     16.55        34,420
             Technicians
  29-2021    Dental Hygienists                             260        21.06     43,800    16.55     34,410     23.31        48,490
             Cardiovascular Technologists and
  29-2031                                                   60        19.14     39,810     9.62     20,020     23.90        49,710
             Technicians
  29-2032    Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                50        23.56     49,000    18.00     37,450     26.34        54,780

  29-2033    Nuclear Medicine Technologists                 20        28.56     59,410    26.98     56,110     29.36        61,060

  29-2051    Dietetic Technicians                          NA         11.75     24,430     8.36     17,390     13.44        27,950

  29-2034    Radiologic Technologists and Technicians      320        20.43     42,480    15.50     32,230     22.89        47,610

  29-2052    Pharmacy Technicians                          560        12.31     25,590     9.45     19,670     13.73        28,560


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 18 of 43
                                                             State of Alabama
                                                      Department of Industrial Relations
                                                      Labor Market Information Division

Healthcare Practitioner & Technical Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  29-2053    Psychiatric Technicians                         NA        15.63     32,520     9.89     20,560     18.51        38,490

  29-2054    Respiratory Therapy Technicians                 60        18.54     38,560    13.59     28,270     21.01        43,710

  29-2055    Surgical Technologists                          250       16.34     33,990    12.24     25,460     18.39        38,250

  29-2056    Veterinary Technologists and Technicians        NA        13.07     27,180    10.18     21,170     14.52        30,190
             Licensed Practical and Licensed
  29-2061                                                   1,080      16.85     35,040    13.92     28,960     18.31        38,080
             Vocational Nurses
             Medical Records and Health Information
  29-2071                                                    250       12.85     26,720     8.50     17,680     15.02        31,240
             Technicians
  29-2081    Opticians, Dispensing                           50        16.85     35,060    13.30     27,650     18.63        38,760

  29-2091    Orthotists and Prosthetists                     NA        30.41     63,240    25.49     53,010     32.87        68,360
             Health Technologists and Technicians, All
  29-2099                                                    60        15.78     32,820    10.99     22,850     18.17        37,800
             Other
             Occupational Health and Safety
  29-9011                                                    50        31.72     65,990    24.35     50,650     35.41        73,650
             Specialists
  29-9091    Athletic Trainers                               NA         NA       41,150     NA       36,760      NA          43,350
             Healthcare Practitioners and Technical
  29-9099                                                    40        20.16     41,930     9.29     19,320     25.59        53,230
             Workers, All Other




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                            State of Alabama
                                                     Department of Industrial Relations
                                                     Labor Market Information Division

Healthcare Support Occupations
                                                         Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                         Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                             Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                        Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  31-1011    Home Health Aides                             1,010       8.38     17,440     7.48     15,550      8.84        18,380

  31-1012    Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants      1,430       9.73     20,230     8.27     17,200     10.46        21,750

  31-1013    Psychiatric Aides                              NA        14.50     30,160    10.49     21,820     16.51        34,340

  31-2021    Physical Therapist Assistants                  100       20.56     42,760    12.39     25,770     24.64        51,250

  31-2022    Physical Therapist Aides                       60         9.32     19,390     7.37     15,330     10.30        21,420

  31-9011    Massage Therapists                             NA        22.85     47,530    18.74     38,970     24.91        51,820

  31-9091    Dental Assistants                              170       13.25     27,570    10.94     22,750     14.41        29,980

  31-9092    Medical Assistants                             640       11.82     24,590     8.80     18,310     13.33        27,720

  31-9093    Medical Equipment Preparers                    50        10.43     21,700     8.00     16,650     11.65        24,220

  31-9094    Medical Transcriptionists                      70        15.21     31,630    12.40     25,790     16.61        34,540

  31-9095    Pharmacy Aides                                 40         9.31     19,370     7.29     15,170     10.32        21,470
             Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory
  31-9096                                                   140       10.08     20,970     7.74     16,100     11.26        23,410
             Animal Caretakers
  31-9099    Healthcare Support Workers, All Other          210       12.11     25,190     8.55     17,790     13.89        28,900




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                            State of Alabama
                                                     Department of Industrial Relations
                                                     Labor Market Information Division

Protective Service Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
  33-1011                                                   100        26.68     55,500    22.31     46,400     28.87        60,050
             Correctional Officers
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police
  33-1012                                                    90        32.93     68,490    21.88     45,500     38.46        79,990
             and Detectives
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire
  33-1021                                                    50        29.61     61,600    23.77     49,440     32.54        67,670
             Fighting and Prevention Workers
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers,
  33-1099                                                    70        15.46     32,160    11.29     23,480     17.55        36,500
             Protective Service Workers, All Other
  33-3012    Correctional Officers and Jailers             1,220       16.96     35,270    12.72     26,460     19.07        39,670

  33-3021    Detectives and Criminal Investigators          230        26.97     56,110    17.71     36,830     31.61        65,750

  33-3051    Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers          1,120       19.22     39,980    13.77     28,650     21.94        45,640

  33-9011    Animal Control Workers                          20        13.21     27,480    10.74     22,340     14.45        30,050

  33-9021    Private Detectives and Investigators            10        26.29     54,680    16.60     34,530     31.13        64,750

  33-9032    Security Guards                               1,850       9.45      19,650     7.32     15,220     10.51        21,860

  33-9091    Crossing Guards                                NA         7.44      15,480     7.16     14,900      7.58        15,770
             Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other
  33-9092                                                    60        8.85      18,410     8.22     17,090      9.17        19,070
             Recreational Protective Service Workers
  33-9099    Protective Service Workers, All Other          140         NA        NA        NA        NA         NA            NA




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Food Preparation & Serving Related Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title              Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  35-1011    Chefs and Head Cooks                          50        20.75     43,160    14.56     30,270     23.85        49,600
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food
  35-1012                                                 1,120      14.75     30,680    10.01     20,820     17.12        35,610
             Preparation and Serving Workers
  35-2011    Cooks, Fast Food                              870        7.80     16,220     7.33     15,250      8.03        16,700

  35-2012    Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria              610        8.49     17,660     7.50     15,600      8.99        18,690

  35-2014    Cooks, Restaurant                            1,340       9.53     19,820     7.31     15,210     10.64        22,130

  35-2015    Cooks, Short Order                            90         9.43     19,620     7.57     15,750     10.36        21,560

  35-2019    Cooks, All Other                              NA         9.36     19,470     8.81     18,320      9.64        20,040

  35-2021    Food Preparation Workers                     1,130       8.80     18,300     7.34     15,260      9.53        19,820

  35-3011    Bartenders                                    350        8.50     17,670     7.36     15,300      9.07        18,860
             Combined Food Preparation and Serving
  35-3021                                                 2,530       7.67     15,940     7.29     15,150      7.86        16,340
             Workers, Including Fast Food
             Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food
  35-3022                                                  NA         7.73     16,070     7.39     15,370      7.90        16,430
             Concession, and Coffee Shop
  35-3031    Waiters and Waitresses                       2,570       8.69     18,080     7.43     15,440      9.33        19,400

  35-3041    Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                   80         8.26     17,190     7.37     15,330      8.71        18,110
             Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants
  35-9011                                                  370        7.56     15,730     7.32     15,220      7.68        15,980
             and Bartender Helpers



This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 22 of 43
                                                       State of Alabama
                                                Department of Industrial Relations
                                                Labor Market Information Division

Food Preparation & Serving Related Occupations
                                                    Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                    Estimated           Estimated
                           Occupation Title         Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                        Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                   Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  35-9021    Dishwashers                               710        8.09     16,830     7.40     15,380      8.44        17,560
             Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant,
  35-9031                                              500        8.09     16,830     7.35     15,290      8.46        17,600
             Lounge, and Coffee Shop




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                         State of Alabama
                                                  Department of Industrial Relations
                                                  Labor Market Information Division

Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
  37-1011                                                 210        16.50     34,330    11.10     23,090     19.20        39,940
             Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
  37-1012                                                 140        19.36     40,270    14.65     30,470     21.72        45,170
             Landscaping, Lawn Service, and
             Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and
  37-2011                                                2,640       9.11      18,950     7.41     15,410      9.96        20,720
             Housekeeping Cleaners
  37-2012    Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners             1,060       7.77      16,170     7.29     15,160      8.02        16,680

  37-2021    Pest Control Workers                         130        13.07     27,180     9.84     20,470     14.68        30,530
             Landscaping and Groundskeeping
  37-3011                                                1,030       10.53     21,910     7.84     16,300     11.88        24,710
             Workers
             Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and
  37-3012                                                 NA         10.86     22,590     9.85     20,490     11.37        23,640
             Applicators, Vegetation




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Personal Care & Service Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  39-1011    Gaming Supervisors                              10        17.15     35,670    13.03     27,100     19.21        39,950
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
  39-1021                                                   170         NA        NA        NA        NA         NA            NA
             Personal Service Workers
  39-2021    Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                      160        9.61      20,000     7.49     15,580     10.67        22,200
             Gaming and Sports Book Writers and
  39-3012                                                   NA         9.20      19,140     7.18     14,940     10.21        21,230
             Runners
             Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket
  39-3031                                                    50        7.51      15,630     7.26     15,110      7.64        15,890
             Takers
  39-3091    Amusement and Recreation Attendants            410        8.60      17,890     7.29     15,160      9.25        19,250
             Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing
  39-3093                                                   NA         8.75      18,190     7.58     15,760      9.33        19,410
             Room Attendants
  39-4011    Embalmers                                       20        16.02     33,320    11.61     24,140     18.22        37,900
             Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and
  39-5012                                                   500        14.47     30,090     8.93     18,570     17.24        35,850
             Cosmetologists
  39-5092    Manicurists and Pedicurists                    NA         11.73     24,400    10.31     21,440     12.44        25,880

  39-5093    Shampooers                                     NA         8.02      16,680     7.21     15,000      8.42        17,520

  39-9011    Child Care Workers                             680        8.64      17,960     7.35     15,290      9.28        19,300

  39-9031    Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors      340        14.68     30,530     7.61     15,820     18.21        37,890

  39-9032    Recreation Workers                             480        14.79     30,770     8.18     17,010     18.10        37,650

  39-9041    Residential Advisors                            30        12.85     26,740     7.42     15,430     15.57        32,390


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
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                                                          State of Alabama
                                                   Department of Industrial Relations
                                                   Labor Market Information Division

Sales & Related Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail
  41-1011                                                  1,800       16.10     33,480    11.17     23,230     18.56        38,610
             Sales Workers
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-
  41-1012                                                   240        30.31     63,040    18.05     37,550     36.43        75,780
             Retail Sales Workers
  41-2011    Cashiers                                      5,270       8.02      16,690     7.14     14,850      8.46        17,610

  41-2021    Counter and Rental Clerks                      780        10.84     22,550     7.61     15,830     12.45        25,910

  41-2022    Parts Salespersons                             240        15.39     32,010     8.92     18,550     18.62        38,740

  41-2031    Retail Salespersons                           5,070       11.32     23,540     7.32     15,230     13.32        27,700

  41-3011    Advertising Sales Agents                       220        20.39     42,410    11.19     23,280     24.99        51,970

  41-3021    Insurance Sales Agents                         320        22.46     46,720    11.54     24,000     27.92        58,080
             Securities, Commodities, and Financial
  41-3031                                                   120        47.51     98,820    17.31     35,990     62.61       130,230
             Services Sales Agents
             Sales Representatives, Services, All
  41-3099                                                   190        23.57     49,030    12.48     25,950     29.12        60,570
             Other
             Sales Representatives, Wholesale and
  41-4011                                                   120        28.75     59,800    18.44     38,350     33.91        70,530
             Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific
             Sales Representatives, Wholesale and
  41-4012                                                  1,330       26.85     55,840    14.99     31,180     32.77        68,170
             Manufacturing, Except Technical and
  41-9011    Demonstrators and Product Promoters             30        8.74      18,170     8.03     16,690      9.09        18,910

  41-9021    Real Estate Brokers                            NA         26.03     54,150    17.24     35,860     30.43        63,290

  41-9022    Real Estate Sales Agents                        90        24.26     50,460    14.04     29,200     29.37        61,080


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 26 of 43
                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Sales & Related Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  41-9041    Telemarketers                                 200        9.03     18,780     7.03     14,630     10.03        20,860

  41-9099    Sales and Related Workers, All Other          20        11.03     22,940     7.74     16,100     12.68        26,370




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 27 of 43
                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Office & Administrative Support Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                           Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office
  43-1011                                                  2,100       22.48     46,750    14.04     29,210     26.69        55,520
             and Administrative Support Workers
             Switchboard Operators, Including
  43-2011                                                   280        10.63     22,110     8.51     17,700     11.69        24,320
             Answering Service
  43-3011    Bill and Account Collectors                    590        12.93     26,900     9.69     20,160     14.56        30,280
             Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine
  43-3021                                                   590        13.52     28,120    10.54     21,920     15.01        31,220
             Operators
             Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing
  43-3031                                                  2,320       14.80     30,780    10.63     22,100     16.88        35,110
             Clerks
  43-3051    Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                 190        16.27     33,850    12.52     26,040     18.15        37,750

  43-3061    Procurement Clerks                             110        17.51     36,410    13.45     27,970     19.54        40,640

  43-3071    Tellers                                       1,200       10.96     22,810     8.64     17,970     12.13        25,220

  43-4011    Brokerage Clerks                                60        16.52     34,360    13.06     27,160     18.25        37,960

  43-4031    Court, Municipal, and License Clerks           170        14.40     29,950    11.43     23,780     15.88        33,030

  43-4041    Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks        60        13.81     28,730     9.20     19,130     16.12        33,530

  43-4051    Customer Service Representatives              2,640       13.79     28,680     9.67     20,110     15.85        32,970
             Eligibility Interviewers, Government
  43-4061                                                   310        19.19     39,910    12.99     27,010     22.28        46,350
             Programs
  43-4071    File Clerks                                    260        9.84      20,460     7.51     15,610     11.00        22,880

  43-4081    Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks           450        8.28      17,220     7.39     15,380      8.72        18,140


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 28 of 43
                                                            State of Alabama
                                                     Department of Industrial Relations
                                                     Labor Market Information Division

Office & Administrative Support Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                            Occupation Title              Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  43-4111    Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan      380        17.22     35,810    10.14     21,100     20.75        43,170

  43-4121    Library Assistants, Clerical                    90        8.48      17,640     7.32     15,220      9.06        18,850

  43-4131    Loan Interviewers and Clerks                   720        14.37     29,890    11.00     22,890     16.06        33,400

  43-4141    New Accounts Clerks                             90        13.42     27,920    10.27     21,360     15.00        31,200

  43-4151    Order Clerks                                   220        10.55     21,950     8.07     16,780     11.79        24,530
             Human Resources Assistants, Except
  43-4161                                                   280        18.20     37,870    13.44     27,950     20.59        42,820
             Payroll and Timekeeping
  43-4171    Receptionists and Information Clerks          1,280       10.73     22,310     7.97     16,580     12.11        25,180
             Reservation and Transportation Ticket
  43-4181                                                   110        12.42     25,840    11.42     23,740     12.93        26,890
             Agents and Travel Clerks
  43-4199    Information and Record Clerks, All Other       240         NA        NA        NA        NA         NA            NA

  43-5011    Cargo and Freight Agents                        20        18.47     38,410     9.38     19,500     23.01        47,860

  43-5021    Couriers and Messengers                        150        10.80     22,470     7.68     15,980     12.36        25,720

  43-5031    Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers        170        13.74     28,570    10.93     22,730     15.14        31,500
             Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and
  43-5032                                                   180        16.45     34,210    10.92     22,720     19.21        39,950
             Ambulance
  43-5041    Meter Readers, Utilities                        40        15.85     32,970     9.98     20,760     18.78        39,070

  43-5051    Postal Service Clerks                           70        24.87     51,740    23.69     49,280     25.47        52,970


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 29 of 43
                                                              State of Alabama
                                                       Department of Industrial Relations
                                                       Labor Market Information Division

Office & Administrative Support Occupations
                                                           Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                           Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                 Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                               Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                          Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  43-5052    Postal Service Mail Carriers                     410       22.92     47,660    18.11     37,670     25.32        52,660
             Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors,
  43-5053                                                     300       23.05     47,940    18.96     39,430     25.09        52,190
             and Processing Machine Operators
             Production, Planning, and Expediting
  43-5061                                                     200       20.62     42,890    14.06     29,230     23.90        49,720
             Clerks
  43-5071    Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks          660       13.17     27,380     8.43     17,530     15.54        32,310

  43-5081    Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                  2,570      10.56     21,960     7.60     15,810     12.04        25,030
             Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and
  43-5111                                                     60        12.65     26,300    10.30     21,430     13.82        28,740
             Samplers, Recordkeeping
             Executive Secretaries and Administrative
  43-6011                                                    1,090      21.19     44,070    16.09     33,470     23.74        49,370
             Assistants
  43-6012    Legal Secretaries                                380       16.01     33,290    11.19     23,280     18.41        38,290

  43-6013    Medical Secretaries                              240       13.53     28,140    11.43     23,780     14.58        30,330
             Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and
  43-6014                                                    4,360      14.57     30,300    10.59     22,040     16.55        34,430
             Executive
  43-9011    Computer Operators                               150       13.70     28,490     8.51     17,710     16.29        33,880

  43-9021    Data Entry Keyers                                210       11.67     24,270     8.41     17,490     13.30        27,660

  43-9022    Word Processors and Typists                      190       14.60     30,360    10.90     22,660     16.45        34,210

  43-9031    Desktop Publishers                               20        13.97     29,050    11.93     24,810     14.99        31,170
             Insurance Claims and Policy Processing
  43-9041                                                     240       16.02     33,310    11.76     24,470     18.14        37,730
             Clerks

This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 30 of 43
                                                         State of Alabama
                                                  Department of Industrial Relations
                                                  Labor Market Information Division

Office & Administrative Support Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators,
  43-9051                                                 160        10.90     22,670     7.78     16,180     12.46        25,920
             Except Postal Service
  43-9061    Office Clerks, General                      3,870       10.45     21,740     7.88     16,380     11.74        24,420
             Office Machine Operators, Except
  43-9071                                                  40        12.51     26,010     8.42     17,510     14.55        30,270
             Computer
  43-9081    Proofreaders and Copy Markers                 20        11.53     23,990     9.53     19,820     12.54        26,070
             Office and Administrative Support
  43-9199                                                 260        16.77     34,880    10.11     21,030     20.10        41,800
             Workers, All Other




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 31 of 43
                                                        State of Alabama
                                                 Department of Industrial Relations
                                                 Labor Market Information Division

Farming, Fishing & Forestry Occupations
                                                     Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                     Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title           Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                         Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                    Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  45-2011    Agricultural Inspectors                    50        22.81     47,450    16.63     34,580     25.91        53,890
             Graders and Sorters, Agricultural
  45-2041                                               30         9.00     18,720     7.58     15,770      9.71        20,190
             Products
             Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop,
  45-2092                                               NA         8.58     17,840     7.75     16,130      8.99        18,700
             Nursery, and Greenhouse
  45-4022    Logging Equipment Operators                60        20.01     41,630    13.57     28,230     23.23        48,330




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 32 of 43
                                                              State of Alabama
                                                       Department of Industrial Relations
                                                       Labor Market Information Division

Construction & Extraction Occupations
                                                           Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                           Estimated           Estimated
                            Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                               Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                          Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
  47-1011                                                     620       23.46     48,790    16.34     33,980     27.01        56,190
             Construction Trades and Extraction
  47-2021    Brickmasons and Blockmasons                      NA        18.20     37,860    15.64     32,530     19.48        40,520

  47-2031    Carpenters                                       640       14.62     30,420    10.25     21,320     16.81        34,970

  47-2044    Tile and Marble Setters                          NA        19.30     40,150    13.51     28,100     22.20        46,180

  47-2051    Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers             280       13.78     28,660    11.52     23,970     14.90        31,000

  47-2061    Construction Laborers                            850       12.29     25,550     9.50     19,750     13.68        28,450
             Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping
  47-2071                                                     90        12.82     26,670    10.46     21,760     14.00        29,120
             Equipment Operators
             Operating Engineers and Other
  47-2073                                                     490       13.62     28,330    10.90     22,680     14.98        31,150
             Construction Equipment Operators
  47-2111    Electricians                                     560       17.89     37,210    13.40     27,880     20.13        41,880
             Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and
  47-2131                                                     NA        16.74     34,820    10.62     22,080     19.80        41,180
             Wall
  47-2132    Insulation Workers, Mechanical                   120       24.35     50,650    12.80     26,630     30.12        62,660

  47-2141    Painters, Construction and Maintenance           130       14.43     30,020    12.80     26,610     15.25        31,730

  47-2151    Pipelayers                                       250       20.76     43,180    11.58     24,090     25.35        52,730

  47-2152    Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters          410       19.88     41,360    12.89     26,820     23.38        48,630

  47-2181    Roofers                                          130       13.78     28,670    12.00     24,960     14.67        30,520


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 33 of 43
                                                            State of Alabama
                                                     Department of Industrial Relations
                                                     Labor Market Information Division

Construction & Extraction Occupations
                                                         Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                         Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                             Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                        Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  47-2211    Sheet Metal Workers                            180       22.69     47,190    13.15     27,360     27.45        57,100

  47-2221    Structural Iron and Steel Workers              130       18.31     38,080    13.31     27,680     20.81        43,280
             Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons,
  47-3011                                                   50        11.94     24,840     9.51     19,780     13.16        27,370
             Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble
  47-3012    Helpers--Carpenters                            80         9.88     20,550     7.19     14,960     11.23        23,350

  47-3013    Helpers--Electricians                          400       11.83     24,610     9.24     19,220     13.13        27,310
             Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers,
  47-3015                                                   140       11.17     23,220     8.91     18,530     12.30        25,570
             Pipefitters, and Steamfitters
  47-3019    Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other        40        10.24     21,300     7.16     14,880     11.79        24,510

  47-4011    Construction and Building Inspectors           130       22.12     46,010    16.67     34,670     24.85        51,690

  47-4031    Fence Erectors                                 NA        12.45     25,890     9.79     20,370     13.77        28,650

  47-4051    Highway Maintenance Workers                    350       12.38     25,760     9.62     20,020     13.76        28,630
             Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe
  47-4071                                                   NA        17.65     36,710    10.84     22,540     21.06        43,800
             Cleaners
             Construction and Related Workers, All
  47-4099                                                   NA        13.64     28,370    10.56     21,960     15.18        31,570
             Other




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 34 of 43
                                                          State of Alabama
                                                   Department of Industrial Relations
                                                   Labor Market Information Division

Installation, Maintenance & Repair Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
  49-1011                                                 710        27.08     56,330    19.19     39,920     31.03        64,540
             Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
             Computer, Automated Teller, and Office
  49-2011                                                 180        20.08     41,770    12.97     26,980     23.64        49,160
             Machine Repairers
  49-2021    Radio Mechanics                               20        20.01     41,610    15.44     32,120     22.29        46,360
             Telecommunications Equipment Installers
  49-2022                                                 320        23.80     49,500    16.62     34,570     27.39        56,960
             and Repairers, Except Line Installers
  49-2091    Avionics Technicians                          40        18.46     38,390    12.66     26,330     21.36        44,430
             Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related
  49-2092                                                  40        18.76     39,020    14.76     30,700     20.76        43,180
             Repairers
             Electrical and Electronics Repairers,
  49-2094                                                 110        22.64     47,090    16.96     35,270     25.48        53,000
             Commercial and Industrial Equipment
             Electronic Home Entertainment
  49-2097                                                  20        19.09     39,710    12.52     26,040     22.38        46,550
             Equipment Installers and Repairers
             Security and Fire Alarm Systems
  49-2098                                                 130        17.12     35,600    14.83     30,840     18.26        37,980
             Installers
             Aircraft Mechanics and Service
  49-3011                                                 140        22.22     46,230    18.67     38,840     24.00        49,920
             Technicians
  49-3021    Automotive Body and Related Repairers        170        17.69     36,790    13.12     27,290     19.97        41,540
             Automotive Service Technicians and
  49-3023                                                 730        16.09     33,470    10.44     21,720     18.91        39,340
             Mechanics
             Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel
  49-3031                                                 300        17.51     36,430    13.49     28,050     19.53        40,620
             Engine Specialists
  49-3041    Farm Equipment Mechanics                     NA         18.61     38,700    14.17     29,470     20.83        43,320
             Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics,
  49-3042                                                 190        22.38     46,540    14.99     31,180     26.07        54,230
             Except Engines

This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 35 of 43
                                                             State of Alabama
                                                      Department of Industrial Relations
                                                      Labor Market Information Division

Installation, Maintenance & Repair Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             Outdoor Power Equipment and Other
  49-3053                                                    20        15.86     33,000    12.93     26,900     17.33        36,040
             Small Engine Mechanics
  49-3093    Tire Repairers and Changers                     230       10.41     21,660     8.29     17,250     11.47        23,860
             Control and Valve Installers and
  49-9012                                                    130       16.95     35,260    11.48     23,880     19.69        40,950
             Repairers, Except Mechanical Door
             Heating, Air Conditioning, and
  49-9021                                                    320       16.19     33,670    10.91     22,690     18.83        39,160
             Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers
  49-9031    Home Appliance Repairers                        NA        13.86     28,830     9.77     20,310     15.91        33,090

  49-9041    Industrial Machinery Mechanics                  380       18.49     38,460    15.15     31,510     20.16        41,940
             Maintenance and Repair Workers,
  49-9042                                                   1,550      17.55     36,510     9.90     20,590     21.38        44,470
             General
  49-9043    Maintenance Workers, Machinery                  100       11.88     24,710     8.59     17,860     13.53        28,130
             Electrical Power-Line Installers and
  49-9051                                                    220       24.69     51,350    16.83     35,000     28.62        59,530
             Repairers
             Telecommunications Line Installers and
  49-9052                                                    170       17.79     37,010    12.36     25,710     20.51        42,660
             Repairers
  49-9062    Medical Equipment Repairers                     50        19.62     40,820    11.55     24,020     23.66        49,220
             Precision Instrument and Equipment
  49-9069                                                    20        21.73     45,200    18.93     39,370     23.13        48,120
             Repairers, All Other
             Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine
  49-9091                                                    50        14.52     30,200    12.31     25,610     15.62        32,500
             Servicers and Repairers
  49-9094    Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                   20        13.57     28,230     9.91     20,600     15.40        32,040
             Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and
  49-9098                                                    100       10.89     22,650     7.94     16,510     12.37        25,730
             Repair Workers

This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 36 of 43
                                                            State of Alabama
                                                     Department of Industrial Relations
                                                     Labor Market Information Division

Installation, Maintenance & Repair Occupations
                                                         Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                         Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                             Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                        Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
  49-9099                                                   90        16.71     34,750    12.73     26,480     18.69        38,880
             Workers, All Other




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 37 of 43
                                                               State of Alabama
                                                        Department of Industrial Relations
                                                        Labor Market Information Division

Production Occupations
                                                            Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                            Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                  Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                                Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                           Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
  51-1011                                                      880       24.67     51,300    15.79     32,840     29.10        60,530
             Production and Operating Workers
             Electrical and Electronic Equipment
  51-2022                                                      260       15.31     31,850    11.86     24,660     17.04        35,440
             Assemblers
  51-2031    Engine and Other Machine Assemblers               30        14.48     30,120    11.89     24,730     15.78        32,810

  51-2041    Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters          230       15.81     32,880    11.65     24,230     17.89        37,210

  51-2092    Team Assemblers                                  4,240      18.20     37,870    10.98     22,840     21.82        45,380

  51-2099    Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other             350       11.44     23,800     8.28     17,220     13.02        27,080

  51-3011    Bakers                                            90         8.54     17,770     7.68     15,970      8.97        18,670

  51-3021    Butchers and Meat Cutters                         NA        12.07     25,100     9.16     19,060     13.52        28,120

  51-3092    Food Batchmakers                                  130       13.92     28,950    11.18     23,260     15.29        31,800
             Computer-Controlled Machine Tool
  51-4011                                                      90        16.93     35,220    13.54     28,160     18.63        38,750
             Operators, Metal and Plastic
             Numerical Tool and Process Control
  51-4012                                                      20        19.16     39,850    16.07     33,430     20.70        43,060
             Programmers
             Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters,
  51-4021                                                      NA        13.47     28,030    10.58     22,000     14.92        31,040
             Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
             Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine
  51-4031                                                      230       14.19     29,510    12.16     25,290     15.20        31,620
             Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal
             Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing
  51-4033                                                      70        15.33     31,880    11.26     23,420     17.36        36,110
             Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and
             Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters,
  51-4034                                                      40        10.67     22,200     7.82     16,260     12.10        25,170
             Operators, and Tenders, Metal and

This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 38 of 43
                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Production Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                            Occupation Title              Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             Milling and Planing Machine Setters,
  51-4035                                                    20        16.38     34,070    13.92     28,960     17.61        36,630
             Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
  51-4041    Machinists                                     460        16.14     33,570    10.57     21,990     18.92        39,360
             Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators,
  51-4081                                                    30        11.88     24,710    10.76     22,380     12.44        25,880
             and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
  51-4111    Tool and Die Makers                             70        21.31     44,320    17.03     35,430     23.45        48,770

  51-4121    Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers       520        15.44     32,120    12.47     25,930     16.93        35,220
             Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine
  51-4122                                                   130        14.45     30,060    11.61     24,140     15.87        33,020
             Setters, Operators, and Tenders
  51-5011    Bindery Workers                                 30        13.80     28,700    11.21     23,330     15.09        31,390

  51-5021    Job Printers                                    60         NA        NA        NA        NA         NA            NA

  51-5022    Prepress Technicians and Workers                30        14.49     30,130    11.23     23,350     16.12        33,530

  51-5023    Printing Machine Operators                     310        14.10     29,330    10.58     22,010     15.86        33,000

  51-6011    Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers               210        9.40      19,550     7.30     15,170     10.45        21,740
             Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related
  51-6021                                                   170        8.58      17,840     7.25     15,080      9.24        19,220
             Materials
  51-6031    Sewing Machine Operators                       210        8.81      18,320     8.39     17,460      9.02        18,750
             Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom
  51-6052                                                    30        10.77     22,400     8.46     17,610     11.92        24,790
             Sewers
  51-6093    Upholsterers                                   NA         14.14     29,410    10.88     22,630     15.77        32,800


This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 39 of 43
                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Production Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  51-7011    Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters            140       11.45     23,820     8.27     17,190     13.05        27,140
             Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and
  51-7041                                                  110       11.00     22,870     8.57     17,830     12.21        25,390
             Tenders, Wood
             Woodworking Machine Setters,
  51-7042                                                  110        9.97     20,740     8.15     16,960     10.88        22,630
             Operators, and Tenders, Except Sawing
  51-7099    Woodworkers, All Other                        10        11.36     23,620     7.74     16,100     13.16        27,380
             Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant
  51-8031                                                  130       17.53     36,460    12.57     26,150     20.00        41,610
             and System Operators
             Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing
  51-9021                                                  70        13.94     28,990     9.37     19,480     16.22        33,740
             Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders
  51-9022    Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand          120        9.60     19,970     8.60     17,880     10.11        21,020
             Mixing and Blending Machine Setters,
  51-9023                                                  40        15.52     32,280    12.08     25,130     17.24        35,850
             Operators, and Tenders
             Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and
  51-9041                                                  70        12.19     25,360     9.11     18,950     13.74        28,570
             Compacting Machine Setters, Operators,
             Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers,
  51-9061                                                  420       13.53     28,140     9.74     20,250     15.43        32,090
             and Weighers
  51-9081    Dental Laboratory Technicians                 40        17.21     35,800    10.76     22,380     20.44        42,510

  51-9082    Medical Appliance Technicians                 NA        14.08     29,280    11.25     23,410     15.49        32,220

  51-9083    Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians             30        14.65     30,460    11.47     23,850     16.24        33,770
             Packaging and Filling Machine Operators
  51-9111                                                  280       11.23     23,370     8.48     17,630     12.61        26,240
             and Tenders



This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 40 of 43
                                                         State of Alabama
                                                  Department of Industrial Relations
                                                  Labor Market Information Division

Production Occupations
                                                        Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                        Estimated           Estimated
                         Occupation Title               Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                            Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                       Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine
  51-9121                                                 150        13.93     28,980    10.19     21,200     15.80        32,860
             Setters, Operators, and Tenders
  51-9122    Painters, Transportation Equipment           120        15.11     31,420    10.99     22,860     17.16        35,700
             Painting, Coating, and Decorating
  51-9123                                                  50        12.04     25,050     9.22     19,170     13.46        27,990
             Workers
  51-9131    Photographic Process Workers                  10        13.91     28,930     9.08     18,880     16.33        33,960
             Photographic Processing Machine
  51-9132                                                  50        10.00     20,790     8.04     16,710     10.98        22,830
             Operators
  51-9194    Etchers and Engravers                        NA         8.16      16,980     7.74     16,100      8.37        17,420

  51-9198    Helpers--Production Workers                  790        9.98      20,770     8.06     16,770     10.95        22,770

  51-9199    Production Workers, All Other                 40        14.24     29,620     9.86     20,510     16.43        34,180




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 41 of 43
                                                           State of Alabama
                                                    Department of Industrial Relations
                                                    Labor Market Information Division

Transportation & Material Moving Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
  53-1021                                                   250        19.00     39,530    13.47     28,010     21.77        45,290
             Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers,
             First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
  53-1031                                                   230        22.23     46,240    16.55     34,420     25.07        52,150
             Transportation and Material-Moving
  53-2012    Commercial Pilots                               30         NA       76,090     NA       47,300      NA          90,480

  53-3021    Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity             200        12.11     25,190     8.80     18,300     13.76        28,630

  53-3022    Bus Drivers, School                            470        7.88      16,390     7.19     14,950      8.23        17,120

  53-3031    Driver/Sales Workers                           400        14.94     31,080     8.73     18,150     18.05        37,540

  53-3032    Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer      1,720       19.89     41,370    13.19     27,430     23.24        48,340

  53-3033    Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services     1,270       13.53     28,140     9.18     19,090     15.71        32,670

  53-3041    Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                    110        8.93      18,570     7.61     15,820      9.59        19,940

  53-3099    Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other              30        14.00     29,120     8.35     17,380     16.82        34,990

  53-6031    Service Station Attendants                      10        10.33     21,480     8.62     17,930     11.18        23,250

  53-6041    Traffic Technicians                             10        17.24     35,860    11.63     24,180     20.05        41,690

  53-6051    Transportation Inspectors                       20        29.16     60,650    19.20     39,940     34.14        71,000

  53-7021    Crane and Tower Operators                       50        19.55     40,660    10.61     22,060     24.02        49,960
             Excavating and Loading Machine and
  53-7032                                                    70        13.38     27,830    10.53     21,900     14.81        30,800
             Dragline Operators

This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 42 of 43
                                                             State of Alabama
                                                      Department of Industrial Relations
                                                      Labor Market Information Division

Transportation & Material Moving Occupations
                                                          Estimated           Estimated            Estimated  Estimated     Estimated
Occupation                                                          Estimated           Estimated
                          Occupation Title                Rounded               Mean                 Entry   Experienced   Experienced
  Code                                                              Mean Wage           Entry Wage
                                                         Employment            Salary               Salary      Wage         Salary
  53-7051    Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators          950       14.26     29,670    10.29     21,400     16.25        33,800

  53-7061    Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment              440        9.05     18,820     7.20     14,980      9.97        20,740
             Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material
  53-7062                                                   3,640      10.90     22,680     8.20     17,070     12.25        25,490
             Movers, Hand
  53-7063    Machine Feeders and Offbearers                  80        10.98     22,830     8.03     16,700     12.45        25,900

  53-7064    Packers and Packagers, Hand                     970       10.57     21,980     8.21     17,080     11.74        24,430




This data is provided by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2009 Occupational Employment Report employment
and wage estimate file. Occupations may include imputed data. 'NA' indicates data not available for publication.
                                                                                                           Page 43 of 43

								
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