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									Appendix table 2. Ranking of full-time1 civilian workers: Average (mean) annual earnings, 2 relative errors,3 and average
(mean) annual hours, all occupations, National Compensation Survey, July 2009
                                                                                                    Relative
                                                                                Mean annual                    Mean annual
  Rank                                     Occupation                                                error
                                                                                  earnings                         hours
                                                                                                   (percent)
    1      Obstetricians and gynecologists                                           $279,635             14.5         2,637
    2      Anesthesiologists                                                          271,264             15.7         2,400
    3      Chief executives                                                           192,780              8.1         2,271
    4      Internists, general                                                        181,081             15.7         2,009
    5      Family and general practitioners                                           167,245             14.4         2,119
    6      Law teachers, postsecondary                                                152,540              7.4         1,595
    7      Psychiatrists                                                              149,866              6.4         1,981
    8      Dentists, general                                                          145,458              9.9         2,049
    9      Pediatricians, general                                                     126,955             18.2         2,240
   10      Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers                             125,431              9.2         1,110
   11      Health specialties teachers, postsecondary                                 124,357              7.0         1,805
   12      Engineering managers                                                       120,429              2.6         2,117
   13      Lawyers                                                                    118,241              5.2         2,123
   14      Economists                                                                 114,498             27.7         2,145
   15      Computer and information systems managers                                  114,217              2.3         2,097
   16      Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents               114,064              7.1         2,089
   17      Computer and information scientists, research                              113,901              9.2         2,106
   18      Physicists                                                                 113,817             11.5         2,007
   19      Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates                                 109,842              8.1         1,935
   20      Petroleum engineers                                                        109,635             12.6         2,074
   21      Pharmacists                                                                107,431              1.1         2,048
   22      Sales managers                                                             104,052              4.0         2,153
   23      Marketing managers                                                         103,688              2.1         2,068
   24      Aerospace engineers                                                        103,644              4.0         2,090
   25      General and operations managers                                            102,794              2.8         2,158
   26      Computer hardware engineers                                                101,566              4.6         2,156
   27      Materials scientists                                                        99,550              7.9         2,099
   28      Chemical engineers                                                          99,200              8.6         2,092

    29     Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers
                                                                                         96,371         18.1          2,081
    30     Business teachers, postsecondary                                              95,950          8.4          1,576
    31     Computer software engineers, systems software                                 94,661          1.5          2,097
    32     Financial managers                                                            94,099          2.4          2,093
    33     Purchasing managers                                                           93,637          4.7          2,094
    34     Engineering teachers, postsecondary                                           92,847         11.7          1,507
    35     Nuclear engineers                                                             92,576          6.8          2,080
    36     Training and development managers                                             92,413          6.5          2,071
    37     Optometrists                                                                  91,964          7.4          2,063
    38     Food scientists and technologists                                             91,917          8.5          2,134
    39     Computer science teachers, postsecondary                                      91,859         11.4          1,568
    40     Veterinarians                                                                 91,565          4.2          2,076
    41     Physician assistants                                                          90,925          5.5          2,055
    42     Actuaries                                                                     90,373          5.7          2,049
    43     Physics teachers, postsecondary                                               89,750          9.1          1,614
    44     Biological science teachers, postsecondary                                    89,329         14.5          1,747
           Atmospheric, earth, marine, and space sciences teachers,
    45
           postsecondary                                                                 89,313         14.4          1,605
    46     Electronics engineers, except computer                                        89,294          5.4          2,112
    47     Computer software engineers, applications                                     89,201          1.6          2,109
    48     Economics teachers, postsecondary                                             88,936         10.8          1,428
    49     Industrial production managers                                                88,881          2.6          2,107
    50     Natural sciences managers                                                     88,648          8.9          2,064
    51     Medical and health services managers                                          88,064          5.5          2,112
    52     Materials engineers                                                           87,064          9.0          2,107
    53     Education administrators, elementary and secondary school                     86,295          2.7          1,850
           Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and
    54
           inspectors                                                                    85,950           9.0         2,096



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55    Electrical engineers                                                83,921    3.5   2,113
56    Sociology teachers, postsecondary                                   82,808    7.6   1,468
57    Compensation and benefits managers                                  82,243    6.2   2,112
      Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and
58
      scientific products                                                 81,864    5.4   2,093
 59   Education administrators, postsecondary                             81,774    4.3   2,013
 60   Mechanical engineers                                                81,418    3.2   2,096
 61   Radiation therapists                                                81,372    8.5   2,067
 62   Computer systems analysts                                           81,042    1.7   2,073
 63   Transportation, storage, and distribution managers                  80,632    4.0   2,094
 64   Construction managers                                               80,435    2.5   2,122
 65   Environmental engineers                                             80,189    6.5   2,089
 66   Administrative law judges, adjudicators, and hearing officers       79,703   10.5   2,013
 67   Financial analysts                                                  79,663    2.4   2,113
 68   Political science teachers, postsecondary                           79,122   10.1   1,868
 69   Statisticians                                                       79,042    7.9   2,046
 70   Sales engineers                                                     78,887    8.3   2,108
 71   Producers and directors                                             78,730   22.0   2,091
 72   Industrial engineers                                                77,685    1.9   2,126
 73   Nuclear technicians                                                 77,507    6.0   2,080
 74   Civil engineers                                                     77,354    2.8   2,099
 75   First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives            77,299    2.3   2,084
 76   Foreign language and literature teachers, postsecondary             76,991    4.8   1,525
 77   Public relations managers                                           76,951    9.4   2,051
 78   Sound engineering technicians                                       76,724   18.5   2,198
 79   Management analysts                                                 76,711    2.6   2,084
 80   Power distributors and dispatchers                                  76,049    6.6   2,080
 81   Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers                  75,930    7.8   2,186
 82   Radio and television announcers                                     75,858   27.7   2,041
 83   History teachers, postsecondary                                     75,656    6.2   1,540
 84   Emergency management specialists                                    75,634   13.0   2,070
 85   Nuclear power reactor operators                                     74,708    3.0   2,080
 86   Chemistry teachers, postsecondary                                   74,664    5.1   1,468
 87   Microbiologists                                                     74,249    7.0   2,081
 88   Fashion designers                                                   73,819   23.5   2,141
 89   Advertising and promotions managers                                 73,429    7.4   2,124
 90   Market research analysts                                            73,386    5.8   2,072
 91   Biochemists and biophysicists                                       73,169    9.4   1,952
 92   Computer programmers                                                72,729    3.6   2,085
 93   Database administrators                                             72,579    4.1   2,067
 94   Urban and regional planners                                         71,995    5.5   2,081
 95   Foresters                                                           71,659   16.3   2,040
 96   Nuclear medicine technologists                                      71,537    2.9   2,080
 97   Environmental science teachers, postsecondary                       71,458   14.0   1,481
 98   Psychology teachers, postsecondary                                  70,888    4.5   1,559
 99   Administrative services managers                                    70,751    3.3   2,090
100   Commercial and industrial designers                                 70,639    5.5   2,078
101   Physical therapists                                                 70,279    4.0   2,023
102   Personal financial advisors                                         70,177    9.6   2,080
      First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention
103
      workers                                                             70,098    3.8   2,489
104   Chemists                                                            69,328    6.4   2,050
105   Operations research analysts                                        68,986    5.0   2,033
106   Network systems and data communications analysts                    68,867    3.1   2,072
      Electrical and electronics repairers, powerhouse, substation, and
107
      relay                                                               68,392    4.8   2,078
108   Surveyors                                                           67,825   11.2   2,061
109   Occupational therapists                                             67,758    3.2   1,894
110   English language and literature teachers, postsecondary             67,744    4.5   1,499
111   Art directors                                                       67,672   14.1   2,070
112   Diagnostic medical sonographers                                     67,651    3.3   2,041
113   Commercial pilots                                                   67,637   18.2   2,033
114   Logisticians                                                        67,308    5.0   2,089



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115   Gas plant operators                                                   67,193    4.8   2,080
116   Architects, except landscape and naval                                67,108    4.7   2,098
117   Network and computer systems administrators                           66,509    2.5   2,061
118   Purchasing agents and buyers, farm products                           66,290    9.5   2,080
119   Hydrologists                                                          65,942    9.2   2,055
120   Geological and petroleum technicians                                  65,657   13.9   2,250
121   Credit analysts                                                       65,127    6.4   2,057
122   Philosophy and religion teachers, postsecondary                       64,982    6.9   1,502
123   Insurance underwriters                                                64,886    5.3   2,026
124   Education teachers, postsecondary                                     64,861    9.5   1,663
125   Cost estimators                                                       64,735    4.1   2,111
126   Environmental scientists and specialists, including health            64,695    3.9   2,062
127   Registered nurses                                                     64,489    0.9   1,997
128   Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists                        64,346    5.1   1,751
129   Budget analysts                                                       64,327    3.4   2,077
130   Mathematical science teachers, postsecondary                          63,810    4.7   1,482
131   Technical writers                                                     63,775    6.8   2,082
132   Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary                         63,764    5.9   1,509
133   Loan officers                                                         63,171    5.2   2,084
134   Landscape architects                                                  63,114    4.6   2,189
135   Audiologists                                                          63,038    7.2   1,961
136   Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary                       62,440    3.4   1,696
137   First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers           62,165    5.7   2,135
138   Reporters and correspondents                                          61,890    6.1   1,999
139   Transportation inspectors                                             61,888    3.5   2,073
140   Communications teachers, postsecondary                                61,878   11.8   1,404
141   Instructional coordinators                                            61,791    3.9   1,822
142   Training and development specialists                                  61,764    3.5   2,077
143   Interior designers                                                    61,674    6.0   2,047
144   Farm, ranch, and other agricultural managers                          61,481   28.2   2,080
145   Electrical power-line installers and repairers                        61,394    2.8   2,080
146   Property, real estate, and community association managers             61,183    4.5   2,084
      First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and
147
      extraction workers                                                    61,178    3.6   2,088
148   Accountants and auditors                                             $61,072    1.8   2,085
149   Financial examiners                                                   61,062    5.9   2,056
150   Locomotive engineers                                                  60,969   20.8   2,232
151   Power plant operators                                                 60,510    3.4   2,077

152   Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products
                                                                            60,487    4.3   2,110
153   Multi-media artists and animators                                     60,480    8.1   2,110
154   Aerospace engineering and operations technicians                      60,411    4.4   2,080
155   Insurance sales agents                                                60,410    6.0   2,049
156   Social and community service managers                                 59,994    3.0   2,046
      First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and
157
      repairers                                                             59,973    2.7   2,121
158   Detectives and criminal investigators                                 59,790    3.5   2,077
159   Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products                     59,248    3.7   2,088
160   Public relations specialists                                          59,159    5.4   2,063
161   Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists                  59,034    3.1   2,075
162   Social work teachers, postsecondary                                   58,315    4.1   1,558
163   Directors, religious activities and education                         58,090   15.4   2,057
164   Recreation and fitness studies teachers, postsecondary                57,934    9.9   1,546
      Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except
165
      technical and scientific products                                     57,920    2.2   2,107
166   Dental hygienists                                                     57,916    4.4   1,816
      Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line
167
      installers                                                            57,907    3.2   2,077
168   Speech-language pathologists                                          57,757    4.3   1,601
169   Occupational health and safety technicians                            57,689    5.8   2,080
170   Aircraft mechanics and service technicians                            57,347    4.1   2,080
      Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and
171
      safety, and transportation                                            57,339    4.9   2,086



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172   Food service managers                                                57,258    4.7   2,241
173   Structural iron and steel workers                                    57,154   16.6   2,075
174   Forensic science technicians                                         57,147    8.1   2,061
175   Stationary engineers and boiler operators                            57,114    5.0   2,049
176   Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators                       56,860    1.9   2,026
177   Police and sheriff's patrol officers                                 56,584    1.5   2,078
178   Librarians                                                           56,515    4.8   1,812
179   Curators                                                             56,501    2.7   1,959
180   Lodging managers                                                     56,478   13.8   2,219
181   Continuous mining machine operators                                  56,339   10.9   2,135
182   Industrial engineering technicians                                   56,038    3.9   2,087
183   Special education teachers, secondary school                         56,038    4.0   1,402
184   Occupational health and safety specialists                           55,889    4.4   2,070

185   Petroleum pump system operators, refinery operators, and gaugers
                                                                           55,687    6.8   1,953
186   Fire fighters                                                        55,582    2.8   2,552
187   Editors                                                              55,215    5.1   2,000
188   Mechanical engineering technicians                                   55,120    6.9   2,109
189   Captains, mates, and pilots of water vessels                         55,101   16.0   2,208
190   Electrical and electronic engineering technicians                    55,025    2.0   2,080
191   Coaches and scouts                                                   54,892    8.5   1,935
      First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-
192
      moving machine and vehicle operators                                 54,616    3.9   2,151
193   Millwrights                                                          54,320    6.8   2,092
194   Insurance appraisers, auto damage                                    54,174   12.6   2,034
195   Subway and streetcar operators                                       54,151    4.6   2,080
196   Reinforcing iron and rebar workers                                   54,105   15.1   2,043
197   Vocational education teachers, secondary school                      54,026    3.1   1,460
      Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and
198
      elementary school                                                    53,965    1.7   1,437
199   Railroad conductors and yardmasters                                  53,955   11.1   2,234
      Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational
200
      education                                                            53,757    1.3   1,411
201   Educational, vocational, and school counselors                       53,631    3.5   1,696
202   Special education teachers, middle school                            53,555    2.5   1,402
203   Computer support specialists                                         53,529    2.9   2,059
      First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating
204
      workers                                                              53,528    2.1   2,105
205   Bailiffs                                                             53,454    4.1   2,009
206   Loan counselors                                                      53,369   11.5   2,064
207   Electro-mechanical technicians                                       53,231    5.9   2,094
208   Signal and track switch repairers                                    53,154    5.3   2,080
209   Radiologic technologists and technicians                             53,021    2.0   2,051
210   Health educators                                                     52,892   13.8   2,063
211   Construction and building inspectors                                 52,829    4.1   2,067
212   Telecommunications line installers and repairers                     52,788    3.6   2,074
213   Archivists                                                           52,672   14.9   1,999
214   Medical and clinical laboratory technologists                        52,528    2.5   2,066
215   Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters                              52,468    5.9   2,073
216   Funeral directors                                                    52,457    9.3   2,080

217   Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education
                                                                           52,443    1.1   1,411
218   Conservation scientists                                              52,392    4.2   1,992
219   Respiratory therapists                                               52,241    2.2   2,025
220   First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers             52,216    8.3   2,092
221   Film and video editors                                               52,173    9.3   2,005
222   Architectural and civil drafters                                     52,112    4.5   2,073
223   Cardiovascular technologists and technicians                         51,933    7.7   2,041
224   Elementary school teachers, except special education                 51,873    1.1   1,401
225   Pump operators, except wellhead pumpers                              51,817    3.2   2,080

226   Environmental science and protection technicians, including health
                                                                           51,710   10.5   2,075
227   Occupational therapist assistants                                    51,704    7.6   2,039



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228   Appraisers and assessors of real estate                                 51,455   10.2   2,062
229   Fish and game wardens                                                   51,414    5.0   2,077
230   Vocational education teachers, postsecondary                            51,274    8.9   1,781
231   Brickmasons and blockmasons                                             50,947    4.1   2,001
232   Writers and authors                                                     50,882   12.0   2,062
233   Tool and die makers                                                     50,692    2.1   2,074
234   Electricians                                                            50,590    3.6   2,067
235   Model makers, metal and plastic                                         50,506    8.9   2,080
236   Zoologists and wildlife biologists                                      50,437    4.7   2,080
237   Numerical tool and process control programmers                          50,314    5.8   2,080
238   Avionics technicians                                                    50,307    9.2   2,080
239   Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists               50,281    4.5   2,043
240   Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners                           50,189   17.6   2,313
241   Law clerks                                                              50,165    8.5   1,996
242   Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists                      49,733    3.4   2,057
243   Meeting and convention planners                                         49,728    5.4   2,111
244   Legislators                                                             49,547   16.5   1,776
      Separating, filtering, clarifying, precipitating, and still machine
245
      setters, operators, and tenders                                         49,526   12.1   2,061

246   Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program
                                                                              49,421    8.8   2,063
247   Dietitians and nutritionists                                            49,295    3.6   2,065
248   Aircraft structure, surfaces, rigging, and systems assemblers           49,287    3.2   2,080
249   Kindergarten teachers, except special education                         49,095    3.0   1,434
250   Industrial machinery mechanics                                          48,994    1.5   2,076
      Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial
251
      equipment                                                               48,879    4.4   2,078
252   Mechanical drafters                                                     48,878    3.6   2,080
253   Fire inspectors and investigators                                       48,835    8.0   2,005
254   Environmental engineering technicians                                   48,620   15.1   2,080
255   Graphic designers                                                       48,349    3.7   2,063
      Electrical and electronics installers and repairers, transportation
256
      equipment                                                               48,344   13.4   2,080
257   Paralegals and legal assistants                                         48,314    6.0   2,041
258   Physical therapist assistants                                           48,283    7.9   2,033
259   Camera operators, television, video, and motion picture                 48,132   10.2   2,080
260   Chemical plant and system operators                                     48,082    5.5   1,952
261   Medical and public health social workers                                48,055    3.2   2,029

262   Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door
                                                                              48,031    3.9   2,076

263   Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers
                                                                              47,950    5.9   2,068
264   Audio and video equipment technicians                                   47,849   10.5   2,079
265   Set and exhibit designers                                               47,816   11.3   2,142
      First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support
266
      workers                                                                 47,415    1.7   2,069
267   Self-enrichment education teachers                                      47,236   12.3   1,567
268   Farm and home management advisors                                       47,164    5.8   2,286
269   Advertising sales agents                                                46,894    6.3   2,059
270   Court reporters                                                         46,868    9.3   1,952
271   Electrical and electronics drafters                                     46,766    7.2   2,080
272   Chemical technicians                                                    46,721    3.8   2,083
273   Sheet metal workers                                                     46,512    6.6   2,032
274   Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers                             46,502    4.8   2,121
275   Respiratory therapy technicians                                         46,454    3.5   2,000
276   Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents                           46,339    8.7   2,039
277   Carpenters                                                              45,783    3.2   2,030
278   Broadcast technicians                                                   45,530    8.8   2,092
      Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and
279
      instructors                                                             45,446    9.4   1,581
280   Machinists                                                              45,272    1.7   2,070
281   Carpet installers                                                       45,259    6.8   2,065
282   Boilermakers                                                            45,152   15.5   2,080



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283   Glaziers                                                             45,087   13.7   2,080
284   Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines                     45,038    2.6   2,076
285   Medical equipment repairers                                          44,873    7.9   2,080
286   Clergy                                                               44,829    6.1   2,370
287   Executive secretaries and administrative assistants                  44,748    1.2   2,047
288   Crane and tower operators                                            44,634    5.9   2,078
289   Tapers                                                               44,616   12.2   2,021
      First-line supervisors/managers of farming, fishing, and forestry
290
      workers                                                              44,525    7.5   2,109
291   Surveying and mapping technicians                                    44,523    9.1   2,074
      First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material
292
      movers, hand                                                         44,375    3.6   2,118
293   Legal secretaries                                                    44,370    3.7   2,007
294   Child, family, and school social workers                             44,197    5.4   1,922
295   Biological technicians                                               44,001    4.5   2,054
296   Cargo and freight agents                                             43,754   10.7   2,100
297   Rail car repairers                                                   43,649    7.6   2,080
      First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and
298
      groundskeeping workers                                               43,287    8.1   2,078
299   Drywall and ceiling tile installers                                  43,032    7.0   2,041
300   Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists                42,991    2.7   2,075
301   Mental health and substance abuse social workers                     42,718    4.3   2,039
302   Patternmakers, metal and plastic                                     42,477   11.2   2,075
303   Security and fire alarm systems installers                           42,457    6.0   2,072
304   Hazardous materials removal workers                                  42,369   15.0   2,066
305   Chemical equipment operators and tenders                             42,347    8.3   2,077
306   Plasterers and stucco masons                                         42,319   18.0   2,080
307   Real estate sales agents                                             41,911    9.3   2,078
308   Painters, transportation equipment                                   41,857    4.9   2,090
309   Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors                   41,829    6.0   2,064
310   Prepress technicians and workers                                     41,780    6.1   2,043
311   Mental health counselors                                             41,742    3.8   2,049
312   Locksmiths and safe repairers                                        41,261   14.6   2,041
313   Opticians, dispensing                                                41,092   10.2   2,045
314   Automotive body and related repairers                                41,036    7.1   2,099
315   Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators          40,913    3.0   2,077
316   Cement masons and concrete finishers                                 40,726    4.8   1,969
317   Civil engineering technicians                                        40,725    8.5   2,075

318   Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators
                                                                           40,530    3.7   2,020
319   Production, planning, and expediting clerks                          40,509    2.1   2,076
320   Desktop publishers                                                   40,341    6.0   2,043
321   Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer                             40,242    1.5   2,197
322   First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers              40,136    2.5   2,128
323   Surgical technologists                                               40,095    2.1   2,050
324   Automotive service technicians and mechanics                         40,087    2.8   2,102
325   Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers                        39,940    8.7   2,080
326   Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers             39,794    3.1   2,080
327   Statistical assistants                                               39,697    3.6   2,033
328   Riggers                                                              39,679   10.1   2,080
329   Engine and other machine assemblers                                  39,640    8.4   2,076
330   Tank car, truck, and ship loaders                                    39,520    9.3   2,048
331   Correctional officers and jailers                                    39,439    3.6   2,082
332   Brokerage clerks                                                     39,306    3.1   2,065
333   Insulation workers, mechanical                                       39,256   12.4   2,080
334   Interpreters and translators                                         39,255    6.6   1,783
335   Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance                      39,042    2.2   2,096
336   Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses                    39,027    1.5   2,013
337   Farm equipment mechanics                                             38,951    7.8   2,199
338   Agricultural and food science technicians                            38,837    7.7   2,067
339   Massage therapists                                                   38,762   19.6   1,879
340   Tile and marble setters                                              38,723    6.3   2,036
341   Recreational therapists                                              38,706    7.0   2,071



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342   Social science research assistants                                   38,566   12.0   2,030
343   Forest and conservation technicians                                  38,329   12.3   2,079
344   Payroll and timekeeping clerks                                       38,143    1.8   2,058
345   Maintenance workers, machinery                                       38,128    3.0   2,078
346   Automotive glass installers and repairers                            37,951   15.6   2,080
347   Semiconductor processors                                             37,949    4.3   2,078
348   Bus drivers, transit and intercity                                   37,937    7.4   2,086
349   Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping           37,857    2.7   2,063
350   Medical and clinical laboratory technicians                          37,849    2.8   2,056
351   Hoist and winch operators                                            37,833   15.2   2,080
352   Meter readers, utilities                                             37,798    5.1   2,072
353   Athletic trainers                                                    37,670    6.5   2,034

354   Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic
                                                                           37,503    3.9   2,073
355   Painters, construction and maintenance                               37,485    5.7   2,042
356   Gaming supervisors                                                   37,454    8.4   2,108
357   Maintenance and repair workers, general                              37,410    1.6   2,064
358   Job printers                                                         37,359    7.7   2,076
359   Flight attendants                                                    37,357    3.0   1,031
      Milling and planing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal
360
      and plastic                                                          37,126    6.7   2,076
361   Tree trimmers and pruners                                            37,123    6.5   1,986
      First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial
362
      workers                                                              37,069    2.8   2,062
363   Rehabilitation counselors                                            37,053    5.2   2,054
364   Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers                             36,817    2.3   2,077
365   Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators                36,703    4.3   1,999
366   Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers                              36,588    3.4   2,078
367   Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders                  36,493    8.1   2,063
368   Helpers--extraction workers                                          36,321    8.0   2,080
      Drilling and boring machine tool setters, operators, and tenders,
369
      metal and plastic                                                    36,247    6.1   2,071

370   Forging machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
                                                                           36,147    9.5   2,061
371   Highway maintenance workers                                          36,124    2.4   2,029
372   Metal-refining furnace operators and tenders                         36,122   12.9   2,074
373   Electronic equipment installers and repairers, motor vehicles        36,107    8.5   2,105
      Cleaning, washing, and metal pickling equipment operators and
374
      tenders                                                              36,101   18.8   2,080
      Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders,
375
      metal and plastic                                                    36,080    5.0   2,077
376   Chefs and head cooks                                                 36,077    7.1   1,997
377   Psychiatric technicians                                              36,034    7.8   2,067
378   Lay-out workers, metal and plastic                                   35,934    7.3   2,078
379   Eligibility interviewers, government programs                        35,821    2.3   2,034
380   Roustabouts, oil and gas                                             35,600    7.2   2,080
381   Correspondence clerks                                                35,565    3.2   2,073
382   Pourers and casters, metal                                           35,462    8.9   2,076
383   Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks                             35,323    4.2   2,072
384   Dental laboratory technicians                                        35,308    7.7   2,077
385   Court, municipal, and license clerks                                 35,288    2.8   2,024
386   Pipelayers                                                           35,218    8.3   2,078
387   Motorcycle mechanics                                                 35,164    9.4   2,063
      Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and
388
      marble setters                                                       35,142   11.1   2,028
      Welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and
389
      tenders                                                              35,124    3.4   2,059
390   Merchandise displayers and window trimmers                           35,093    4.7   2,071
391   Printing machine operators                                           35,083    4.5   2,064
392   Word processors and typists                                          34,793    3.9   2,018
393   Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers                 34,706    1.8   2,067
394   Demonstrators and product promoters                                  34,703    9.6   2,056
395   Refuse and recyclable material collectors                            34,683    7.4   2,044



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396   Medical records and health information technicians                   34,595    2.9   2,056
397   Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks                         34,567    1.1   2,040
398   Insurance claims and policy processing clerks                        34,540    2.4   2,042
399   Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors                            34,514    7.1   1,959
400   Emergency medical technicians and paramedics                         34,506    4.1   2,145
401   Tire builders                                                        34,502    9.2   2,080
402   Procurement clerks                                                   34,406    3.3   2,056
403   Structural metal fabricators and fitters                             34,363    6.9   2,058
404   Team assemblers                                                      34,326    6.6   2,079
405   Truck drivers, light or delivery services                            34,222    2.5   2,076
406   Loan interviewers and clerks                                         34,166    2.7   2,069
407   Parts salespersons                                                   34,142    3.3   2,102
408   Pest control workers                                                 34,072    6.1   2,099
409   Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks       34,026    3.2   2,069

410   Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
                                                                           33,973   11.7   2,072
411   Insulation workers, floor, ceiling, and wall                         33,933   10.7   2,057
      Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal
412
      and plastic                                                          33,925    6.8   2,080
413   Fabric and apparel patternmakers                                     33,761   10.9   2,023
      Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders,
414
      metal and plastic                                                    33,753    3.6   2,053
415   Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive                    33,717    1.3   1,988
416   First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers          33,660    2.7   2,070
417   Upholsterers                                                         33,576    8.1   2,063
418   Outdoor power equipment and other small engine mechanics             33,462    5.5   2,070
419   Recreational vehicle service technicians                             33,461   10.2   2,080
      Heat treating equipment setters, operators, and tenders, metal and
420
      plastic                                                              33,421    7.7   2,080
421   Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders          33,328    6.4   2,074
422   Customer service representatives                                     33,296    1.5   2,061
      Crushing, grinding, and polishing machine setters, operators, and
423
      tenders                                                              33,256    8.9   2,074
424   Computer operators                                                   33,226    7.1   2,064
425   Private detectives and investigators                                 33,176    6.7   2,066
426   Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators                   33,018    5.7   1,934
427   Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders         33,001   11.5   2,080
428   Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters                                   32,972    4.3   2,070
429   Butchers and meat cutters                                            32,971    3.0   2,058
430   Parking enforcement workers                                          32,963    9.5   2,080
      First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving
431
      workers                                                              32,877    1.9   2,090
      Multiple machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and
432
      plastic                                                              32,681    3.7   2,060
433   Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic              32,614   11.1   2,080
434   Billing and posting clerks and machine operators                     32,561    1.6   2,043
435   Library technicians                                                  32,491    3.4   1,913
436   Roofers                                                              32,142    6.2   1,878
437   Construction laborers                                                32,128    4.4   1,996
      Extruding and forming machine setters, operators, and tenders,
438
      synthetic and glass fibers                                           31,999   10.8   2,056
439   Conveyor operators and tenders                                       31,997    8.4   2,080
440   Etchers and engravers                                                31,957    9.0   2,068
441   Skin care specialists                                                31,937   13.3   1,892
442   Driver/sales workers                                                 31,814    6.0   2,089
443   Dental assistants                                                    31,755    4.0   1,906
444   Medical secretaries                                                  31,645    2.5   2,022
445   Medical transcriptionists                                            31,554    3.8   2,058

446   Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers
                                                                           31,525    7.5   2,080
447   Order clerks                                                         31,524    2.9   2,056
448   Bill and account collectors                                          31,495    3.9   2,067
449   Proofreaders and copy markers                                        31,465    8.9   2,033



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450   New accounts clerks                                                31,332    3.3   2,073
451   Veterinary technologists and technicians                           31,247    4.8   2,030
452   Motorboat mechanics                                                31,067   12.2   2,042
453   Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners                              31,044   14.3   2,073
454   Travel agents                                                      31,011   10.1   2,053
455   Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders                30,913    4.3   2,069
      Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and
456
      tenders, metal and plastic                                         30,902    2.3   2,075
457   Cooling and freezing equipment operators and tenders               30,872   17.6   2,055
458   Photographers                                                      30,818    9.3   1,960
459   Office clerks, general                                             30,763    1.1   2,009
460   Foundry mold and coremakers                                        30,738    9.6   2,080
461   Electric motor, power tool, and related repairers                  30,716   13.4   2,080
462   Industrial truck and tractor operators                             30,637    1.9   2,063
      Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters,
463
      operators, and tenders, metal and plastic                          30,587    3.7   2,074
464   Electromechanical equipment assemblers                             30,344    5.6   2,076
465   Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders                 30,334    8.8   2,029
466   Medical equipment preparers                                        30,314    3.9   2,028

467   Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping
                                                                         30,296    5.9   2,057
468   Pharmacy technicians                                               30,283    2.6   2,046
469   Telephone operators                                                30,104   10.7   2,024

470   Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers
                                                                         29,997    4.7   2,080
471   Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists                     29,836   10.0   1,890
472   Retail salespersons                                                29,804    2.0   2,055
      Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters,
473
      operators, and tenders                                             29,742    6.9   2,074
474   Occupational therapist aides                                       29,592    9.6   1,987
      Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and
475
      tenders                                                            29,586    3.4   2,068
476   Residential advisors                                               29,550    5.3   1,888
477   Bindery workers                                                    29,547    6.0   2,038
478   Food batchmakers                                                   29,461    4.1   2,062
      Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and
479
      tenders                                                            29,397    4.7   2,080
480   Preschool teachers, except special education                       29,195    5.0   1,758
481   Concierges                                                         29,181   11.1   2,061
482   Bakers                                                             28,915    9.9   2,043
483   Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders        28,862    5.1   2,004
484   Social and human service assistants                                28,841    3.1   2,016
485   Interviewers, except eligibility and loan                          28,685    4.5   2,032
486   Tailors, dressmakers, and custom sewers                            28,680    6.3   1,946
487   Ophthalmic laboratory technicians                                  28,426    3.9   2,074
488   Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers                     28,361    3.5   2,076
489   Animal control workers                                             28,331    7.3   2,078
490   Medical assistants                                                 28,331    1.6   2,032
491   Telemarketers                                                      28,282    7.5   2,008
492   Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks                            28,256    1.2   2,074
493   Helpers--carpenters                                                28,199    4.0   2,045
494   Office machine operators, except computer                          28,097    5.1   2,064
495   Sailors and marine oilers                                          28,081   11.5   2,209
      Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and
496
      tenders, metal and plastic                                         28,005    3.4   2,063
      Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except
497
      sawing                                                             27,878    3.6   2,063
498   File clerks                                                        27,857    3.6   2,044
499   Photographic processing machine operators                          27,852    7.3   2,003
500   Photographic process workers                                       27,778   23.4   1,787
501   Data entry keyers                                                  27,772    1.6   2,022
502   Grinding and polishing workers, hand                               27,764    6.2   2,047
503   Fiberglass laminators and fabricators                              27,743    4.8   2,056



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      Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators
504
      and tenders                                                       27,577    8.3   2,080
505   Receptionists and information clerks                              27,357    1.3   2,037
506   Dietetic technicians                                              27,321   23.3   2,000
507   Cutters and trimmers, hand                                        27,121    7.6   2,036
508   Coil winders, tapers, and finishers                               27,052    6.3   2,055
509   Stock clerks and order fillers                                    26,721    1.6   2,057
510   Furniture finishers                                               26,660    7.5   2,052
511   Gaming change persons and booth cashiers                          26,487    8.6   2,054
512   Psychiatric aides                                                 26,464    3.5   2,046
      Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine
513
      setters,operators, and tenders                                    26,413   10.2   2,060
514   Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters      26,391    3.6   2,080
      Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical
515
      technicians                                                       26,388    8.5   2,073
516   Slaughterers and meat packers                                     26,374    2.8   2,080
517   Helpers--electricians                                             26,280    3.1   2,080
518   Counter and rental clerks                                         26,172    5.3   2,058
519   Library assistants, clerical                                      26,161    3.9   1,789
520   Switchboard operators, including answering service                26,119    3.7   2,042
521   Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers            26,076    2.9   2,053
522   Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers            25,969    3.9   2,028
523   Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers                       25,911   17.0   2,042

524   Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners
                                                                        25,856    2.4   2,037
525   Tellers                                                           25,657    1.2   2,063
526   Painting, coating, and decorating workers                         25,595    7.9   2,024
527   Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood              25,593    4.4   2,053
528   Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand            25,559    1.3   2,043
529   Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service     25,452    2.9   2,043
530   Physical therapist aides                                          25,199    5.6   2,040
531   Slot key persons                                                  25,145    2.1   2,079
532   Tour guides and escorts                                           25,006    8.8   1,713
533   Pesticide handlers, sprayers, and applicators, vegetation         24,924    7.5   1,633
534   Pharmacy aides                                                    24,918    6.3   1,935
535   Machine feeders and offbearers                                    24,875    3.6   2,064
536   Security guards                                                   24,728    2.0   2,043
537   Helpers--production workers                                       24,662    1.8   2,041
538   Manufactured building and mobile home installers                  24,656    3.1   2,080
539   Floral designers                                                  24,592    8.5   2,025
540   Recreation workers                                                24,354    5.3   1,627
541   Locker room, coatroom, and dressing room attendants               24,199    8.9   2,022
542   Landscaping and groundskeeping workers                            24,181    2.7   1,920
543   Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants                          24,066    1.1   2,018
544   Service station attendants                                        24,004   10.0   2,052
545   Cleaners of vehicles and equipment                                23,864    3.0   2,056
546   Helpers--roofers                                                  23,755    5.2   1,924
547   Gaming cage workers                                               23,704    5.7   2,062
548   Food cooking machine operators and tenders                        23,621    7.0   2,076
549   Sewing machine operators                                          23,320    8.0   2,055
550   Couriers and messengers                                           23,269    7.2   2,036
551   Tire repairers and changers                                       23,259    5.5   2,074
552   Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders           23,228    5.5   2,076
553   Cooks, restaurant                                                 22,762    1.3   1,994
554   Cooks, institution and cafeteria                                  22,501    2.5   1,809
555   Taxi drivers and chauffeurs                                       22,381    7.5   1,989
556   Packers and packagers, hand                                       22,358    2.3   2,041
557   Nonfarm animal caretakers                                         22,132    6.7   2,005
558   Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks                              21,446    2.0   2,047

559   Helpers--painters, paperhangers, plasterers, and stucco masons
                                                                        21,426    8.1   2,013
560   Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers                      21,279    4.8   2,072
561   Gaming and sports book writers and runners                        21,231   14.7   1,895



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    562    Laundry and dry-cleaning workers                                             21,063          3.1            2,035
    563    Home health aides                                                            20,952          2.9            1,972
    564    Cashiers                                                                     20,926          1.3            2,013
    565    Personal and home care aides                                                 20,877          2.6            2,064
    566    Manicurists and pedicurists                                                  20,717         11.5            1,853
    567    Cooks, short order                                                           20,528          3.5            2,018
    568    Graders and sorters, agricultural products                                   20,308         10.6            1,993
    569    Maids and housekeeping cleaners                                              20,210          3.3            1,999
    570    Food preparation workers                                                     19,857          2.1            1,958
    571    Bus drivers, school                                                          19,761          4.8            1,248
    572    Child care workers                                                           19,573          1.8            1,981
    573    Textile bleaching and dyeing machine operators and tenders                   19,488          5.4            2,075
    574    Food servers, nonrestaurant                                                  19,286          5.9            2,017
    575    Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse                      19,199          4.9            1,546
    576    Teacher assistants                                                           19,186          1.2            1,465
    577    Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials                            18,969          4.8            1,980
    578    Dishwashers                                                                  18,443          2.5            2,000
    579    Parking lot attendants                                                       18,273          3.8            2,026

    580    Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop
                                                                                        18,146          3.8            1,916
    581    Baggage porters and bellhops                                                 17,960          8.3            1,987
           Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast
    582
           food                                                                         17,765          1.4            1,912
    583    Cooks, fast food                                                             17,760          4.1            1,980
    584    Amusement and recreation attendants                                          17,150          5.5            1,785
    585    Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop                     16,703          5.2            1,842
           Transportation attendants, except flight attendants and baggage
    586
           porters                                                                      16,546         21.1            1,573
    587    Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers                   15,980          3.9            1,943
    588    Gaming dealers                                                               14,250          2.6            2,063
    589    Bartenders                                                                   14,099          4.0            1,869
           Lifeguards, ski patrol, and other recreational protective service
    590
           workers                                                                      10,076         17.1              793
    591    Waiters and waitresses                                                        9,453          3.5            1,891

Footnotes:
1
 Employees are classified as working either a full-time or a part-time schedule based on the definition used by each
establishment.
2
  Earnings are the straight-time hourly wages or salaries paid to employees. They include incentive pay, cost-of-living
adjustments, and hazard pay. Excluded are premium pay for overtime, vacations, holidays, nonproduction bonuses, and
tips.
3
  For information on earnings mean, relative standard error, and other calculations, see BLS Handbook of Methods , on
the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/opub/hom/homch8_a.htm.




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