Highest Wage Industries in New York State 2011 by 0m63vv

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									New York State
25 Statewide Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 2,500)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.


Rank        NAICS code
        1          5231
        2          5239
        3          5222
        4          3341
        5          7115
        6          5511
        7          5112
        8          5152
        9          5223
       10          5416
       11          5122
       12          7114
       13          5418
       14          5151
       15          5411
       16          5179
       17          5415
       18          7112
       19          2212
       20          2211
       21          5241
       22          5221
       23          4243
       24          5182
       25          5251

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
e Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
ndustry employment of 2,500)
oth public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.

                                                                                                Reporting
            NAICS industry description                                                            Units
            Securities and Commodity Contracts Intermediation and Brokerage                         3,721
            Other Financial Investment Activities                                                   5,760
            Nondepository Credit Intermediation                                                     1,720
            Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing                                            85
            Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers                                            2,653
            Management of Companies and Enterprises                                                 3,757
            Software Publishers                                                                       343
            Cable and Other Subscription Programming                                                  140
            Activities Related to Credit Intermediation                                             1,970
            Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services                              11,153
            Sound Recording Industries                                                                573
            Agents and Managers for Artists, Athletes, Entertainers, and Other Public Figures         919
            Advertising, Public Relations, and Related Services                                     4,438
            Radio and Television Broadcasting                                                         382
            Legal Services                                                                         13,883
            Other Telecommunications                                                                  462
            Computer Systems Design and Related Services                                           11,376
            Spectator Sports                                                                          346
            Natural Gas Distribution                                                                   94
            Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution                                  301
            Insurance Carriers                                                                      1,954
            Depository Credit Intermediation                                                        6,153
            Apparel, Piece Goods, and Notions Merchant Wholesalers                                  3,424
            Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services                                          1,040
            Insurance and Employee Benefit Funds                                                      292

rterly Census of Employment and Wages
                 Total          Average
Employment    Wages ($ mn)       Wage
    119,440        $43,193.4    $361,600
     67,330        $22,186.0    $329,500
     40,820          $7,302.0   $178,900
     10,060          $1,591.3   $158,200
      4,510            $708.6   $157,000
    132,580        $18,907.0    $142,600
      4,140            $537.9   $129,800
     17,040          $2,192.3   $128,700
     20,070          $2,394.2   $119,300
     57,020          $6,687.6   $117,300
      3,100            $354.2   $114,200
      4,170            $446.1   $107,000
     68,240          $7,293.1   $106,900
     23,600          $2,519.7   $106,800
    119,650        $12,690.9    $106,100
      4,350            $458.8   $105,500
     88,810          $9,372.9   $105,500
      9,520            $987.9   $103,700
      6,510            $674.4   $103,600
     31,410          $3,249.4   $103,500
     81,680          $8,098.6    $99,100
     98,750          $9,637.4    $97,600
     33,740          $3,290.9    $97,500
     14,030          $1,358.8    $96,900
      9,450            $905.7    $95,800
Capital labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 1,000)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.


Rank        NAICS code
        1       3344
        2       4234
        3       5239
        4       2211
        5       3252
        6       5417
        7       4251
        8       2373
        9       5415
       10       5413
       11       5411
       12       3254
       13       5416
       14       6211
       15       5171
       16       3221
       17       5241
       18       5511
       19       2362
       20       4431
       21       5418
       22       5182
       23       4238
       24       5242
       25       2382

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
 labor market region
 ries* with highest average wages, 2011
m industry employment of 1,000)
  both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.

                                                                                                   Reporting
            NAICS industry description                                                               Units
            Semiconductor and Other Electronic Component Manufacturing                                    12
            Professional and Commercial Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers                      111
            Other Financial Investment Activities                                                        154
            Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution                                      40
            Resin, Synthetic Rubber, and Artificial Synthetic Fibers and Filaments Manufacturing           6
            Scientific Research and Development Services                                                 101
            Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers                                          315
            Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction                                                      51
            Computer Systems Design and Related Services                                                 536
            Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services                                             399
            Legal Services                                                                               645
            Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing                                                      8
            Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services                                    444
            Offices of Physicians                                                                        662
            Wired Telecommunications Carriers                                                            130
            Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills                                                             15
            Insurance Carriers                                                                           160
            Management of Companies and Enterprises                                                      210
            Nonresidential Building Construction                                                         139
            Electronics and Appliance Stores                                                             181
            Advertising, Public Relations, and Related Services                                          129
            Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services                                                66
            Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers                                      159
            Agencies, Brokerages, and Other Insurance Related Activities                                 475
            Building Equipment Contractors                                                               681

Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
              Total        Average
Employment Wages ($ mn)     Wage
      1,170       $144.9        $124,400
      1,690       $175.5        $104,200
      1,330       $137.8        $103,300
      1,760       $181.2        $102,700
      2,070       $206.5         $99,900
      9,210       $769.7         $83,600
      1,280       $105.3         $82,100
      1,100        $90.3         $81,800
      4,290       $348.8         $81,400
      5,040       $407.1         $80,700
      4,100       $287.2         $70,100
      1,060        $72.2         $67,900
      1,990       $135.5         $67,900
      9,100       $607.0         $66,700
      2,930       $193.4         $66,100
      2,540       $167.6         $65,800
      9,480       $620.7         $65,500
      7,350       $481.0         $65,400
      2,390       $154.3         $64,500
      1,920       $122.6         $63,900
      1,010        $64.4         $63,700
      1,390        $87.3         $62,900
      1,780       $111.9         $62,900
      3,450       $216.8         $62,900
      6,640       $388.7         $58,500
Central New York labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 1,000)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.


Rank        NAICS code
        1       2211
        2       3345
        3       3339
        4       4237
        5       3334
        6       5415
        7       6211
        8       4234
        9       5416
       10       5511
       11       5171
       12       5413
       13       3391
       14       5241
       15       4251
       16       2362
       17       3359
       18       3363
       19       5242
       20       5411
       21       5417
       22       6212
       23       6221
       24       2382
       25       4238

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
 New York labor market region
 ries* with highest average wages, 2011
m industry employment of 1,000)
  both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.

                                                                                                           Reporting
            NAICS industry description                                                                       Units
            Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution                                              31
            Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing                        19
            Other General Purpose Machinery Manufacturing                                                         13
            Hardware, and Plumbing and Heating Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers                        65
            Ventilation, Heating, Air-Conditioning, and Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturing           8
            Computer Systems Design and Related Services                                                         195
            Offices of Physicians                                                                                539
            Professional and Commercial Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers                               92
            Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services                                            263
            Management of Companies and Enterprises                                                              146
            Wired Telecommunications Carriers                                                                     69
            Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services                                                     248
            Medical Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing                                                          24
            Insurance Carriers                                                                                   131
            Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers                                                  302
            Nonresidential Building Construction                                                                 157
            Other Electrical Equipment and Component Manufacturing                                                 8
            Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing                                                                     19
            Agencies, Brokerages, and Other Insurance Related Activities                                         368
            Legal Services                                                                                       433
            Scientific Research and Development Services                                                          44
            Offices of Dentists                                                                                  272
            General Medical and Surgical Hospitals                                                                11
            Building Equipment Contractors                                                                       410
            Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers                                              171

Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
              Total      Average
Employment Wages ($ mn)   Wage
      3,560       $391.9 $110,100
      3,490       $315.3 $90,400
      1,330       $100.1 $75,100
      1,080        $80.5 $74,400
      1,670       $121.1 $72,700
      1,750       $126.3 $72,200
      6,580       $474.0 $72,000
      1,760       $124.0 $70,300
      1,720       $120.1 $69,800
      3,020       $209.4 $69,200
      1,620       $111.0 $68,700
      3,760       $257.2 $68,400
      1,860       $124.3 $67,000
      5,170       $335.7 $64,900
      1,700       $109.2 $64,100
      1,610        $99.3 $61,700
      1,050        $63.8 $60,700
      1,590        $95.9 $60,500
      2,780       $159.7 $57,500
      2,340       $132.5 $56,600
      2,270       $124.1 $54,700
      2,130       $116.3 $54,500
     12,500       $673.5 $53,900
      3,750       $201.8 $53,800
      2,030       $108.3 $53,200
Finger Lakes labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 1,000)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.


Rank                 N
            NAICS code AICS industry description
        1       5239 Other Financial Investment Activities
        2       2211 Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
        3       5511 Management of Companies and Enterprises
        4       4234 Professional and Commercial Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
        5       3333 Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Manufacturing
        6       3259 Other Chemical Product and Preparation Manufacturing
        7       3342 Communications Equipment Manufacturing
        8       5171 Wired Telecommunications Carriers
        9       5415 Computer Systems Design and Related Services
       10       4251 Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers
       11       5241 Insurance Carriers
       12       5222 Nondepository Credit Intermediation
       13       3391 Medical Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing
       14       3332 Industrial Machinery Manufacturing
       15       5413 Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services
       16       3345 Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing
       17       3339 Other General Purpose Machinery Manufacturing
       18       4236 Electrical and Electronic Goods Merchant Wholesalers
       19       5416 Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
       20       5418 Advertising, Public Relations, and Related Services
       21       6211 Offices of Physicians
       22       2362 Nonresidential Building Construction
       23       4238 Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
       24       4244 Grocery and Related Product Merchant Wholesalers
       25       6113 Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
ration industries excluded.

            Reporting                 Total      Average
              Units     Employment Wages ($ mn)   Wage
                  183          1,010      $117.4 $116,300
                   21          1,670      $167.0 $100,100
                  186         12,370    $1,077.0 $87,100
                  171          2,580      $222.2 $86,300
                   76          6,170      $514.5 $83,400
                   16          5,780      $465.1 $80,400
                   11          3,580      $279.5 $78,100
                   61          3,530      $268.1 $76,000
                  522          4,340      $323.0 $74,400
                  427          1,770      $130.2 $73,400
                  137          3,750      $273.7 $73,000
                   91          1,340       $96.7 $72,200
                   50          2,650      $187.8 $70,800
                   22          1,470      $103.5 $70,400
                  329          3,540      $238.6 $67,400
                   42          3,100      $207.4 $66,900
                   43          2,010      $129.2 $64,300
                   95          2,170      $135.1 $62,100
                  423          2,090      $128.1 $61,200
                  133          1,100       $67.0 $61,000
                  632          6,380      $386.8 $60,700
                  138          2,820      $168.6 $59,900
                  211          2,370      $139.8 $59,000
                  105          1,560       $91.7 $58,900
                   21         22,470    $1,261.2 $56,100
Hudson Valley labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 1,000)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.


Rank                 N
            NAICS code AICS industry description
        1       5231 Securities and Commodity Contracts Intermediation and Brokerage
        2       3341 Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing
        3       5223 Activities Related to Credit Intermediation
        4       5239 Other Financial Investment Activities
        5       5511 Management of Companies and Enterprises
        6       4811 Scheduled Air Transportation
        7       5417 Scientific Research and Development Services
        8       5241 Insurance Carriers
        9       4242 Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Merchant Wholesalers
       10       5182 Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
       11       5416 Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
       12       2211 Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
       13       3254 Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing
       14       3345 Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing
       15       4248 Beer, Wine, and Distilled Alcoholic Beverage Merchant Wholesalers
       16       5413 Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services
       17       5415 Computer Systems Design and Related Services
       18       5171 Wired Telecommunications Carriers
       19       5172 Wireless Telecommunications Carriers (except Satellite)
       20       4236 Electrical and Electronic Goods Merchant Wholesalers
       21       2373 Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction
       22       4251 Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers
       23       6211 Offices of Physicians
       24       4234 Professional and Commercial Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
       25       5222 Nondepository Credit Intermediation

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
ration industries excluded.

            Reporting               Total      Average
              Units   Employment Wages ($ mn)   Wage
                  404       3,330       $782.1 $234,800
                   16       6,600     $1,235.0 $187,000
                  249       1,830       $339.4 $185,500
                  556       2,760       $484.3 $175,400
                  424      13,060     $2,274.8 $174,200
                   16       1,060       $148.7 $139,900
                  159       5,180       $636.0 $122,900
                  255       6,130       $752.5 $122,800
                   80       1,330       $155.6 $116,900
                  135       2,150       $250.6 $116,700
                1,550       4,890       $560.8 $114,600
                   28       5,660       $634.9 $112,200
                   22       3,850       $405.8 $105,300
                   37       1,370       $140.9 $102,500
                   60       1,470       $147.0 $99,900
                  874       6,760       $667.3 $98,700
                1,255       5,510       $540.9 $98,200
                  222       4,910       $462.3 $94,200
                   29       1,180       $107.4 $90,700
                  196       2,220       $197.2 $89,000
                   73       2,320       $203.0 $87,400
                  733       3,400       $295.0 $86,900
                2,156      21,630     $1,872.4 $86,600
                  287       3,940       $318.5 $80,800
                  166       1,610       $121.5 $75,400
Long Island labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 1,000)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.


Rank        NAICS code
        1       5239
        2       5231
        3       4881
        4       5152
        5       3341
        6       2212
        7       4248
        8       2371
        9       5415
       10       5182
       11       3364
       12       4251
       13       4246
       14       3256
       15       5511
       16       3359
       17       3345
       18       5171
       19       3339
       20       4234
       21       4237
       22       4236
       23       5222
       24       3342
       25       2362

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
 land labor market region
 ries* with highest average wages, 2011
m industry employment of 1,000)
  both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.

                                                                                                    Reporting
            NAICS industry description                                                                Units
            Other Financial Investment Activities                                                         650
            Securities and Commodity Contracts Intermediation and Brokerage                               513
            Support Activities for Air Transportation                                                      35
            Cable and Other Subscription Programming                                                       37
            Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing                                                17
            Natural Gas Distribution                                                                       13
            Beer, Wine, and Distilled Alcoholic Beverage Merchant Wholesalers                              58
            Utility System Construction                                                                   104
            Computer Systems Design and Related Services                                                1,659
            Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services                                                172
            Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing                                                      59
            Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers                                         1,371
            Chemical and Allied Products Merchant Wholesalers                                             166
            Soap, Cleaning Compound, and Toilet Preparation Manufacturing                                  27
            Management of Companies and Enterprises                                                       446
            Other Electrical Equipment and Component Manufacturing                                         31
            Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing                112
            Wired Telecommunications Carriers                                                             174
            Other General Purpose Machinery Manufacturing                                                  48
            Professional and Commercial Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers                       589
            Hardware, and Plumbing and Heating Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers                251
            Electrical and Electronic Goods Merchant Wholesalers                                          581
            Nondepository Credit Intermediation                                                           299
            Communications Equipment Manufacturing                                                         46
            Nonresidential Building Construction                                                          458

Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
                 Total      Average
Employment    Wages ($ mn)   Wage
        2,310      $1,728.3 $746,700
        4,420        $752.6 $170,200
        1,360        $174.9 $128,400
        5,740        $735.9 $128,200
        1,240        $153.4 $123,400
        2,980        $332.6 $111,500
        2,050        $207.0 $101,200
        2,290        $222.4 $97,100
        8,410        $807.8 $96,000
        1,970        $187.1 $94,800
        3,600        $338.9 $94,100
        6,340        $596.1 $94,000
        1,290        $118.9 $91,900
        1,530        $139.9 $91,700
       13,790      $1,255.9 $91,100
        1,500        $133.3 $88,700
        5,210        $457.5 $87,700
        4,640        $401.2 $86,500
        2,240        $190.0 $84,800
        8,820        $738.5 $83,700
        2,990        $244.3 $81,700
        6,420        $520.3 $81,000
        5,080        $407.8 $80,300
        2,790        $223.4 $80,100
        5,020        $401.3 $79,900
Mohawk Valley labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 750)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.


Rank                 N
            NAICS code AICS industry description
        1     2211   Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
        2     5171   Wired Telecommunications Carriers
        3     3314   Nonferrous Metal (except Aluminum) Production and Processing
        4     5415   Computer Systems Design and Related Services
        5     6222   Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals
        6     5511   Management of Companies and Enterprises
        7     6211   Offices of Physicians
        8     3345   Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing
        9     5241   Insurance Carriers
       10     6221   General Medical and Surgical Hospitals
       11     4841   General Freight Trucking
       12     5242   Agencies, Brokerages, and Other Insurance Related Activities
       13     2382   Building Equipment Contractors
       14     4238   Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
       15     6214   Outpatient Care Centers
       16     6212   Offices of Dentists
       17     6111   Elementary and Secondary Schools
       18     4411   Automobile Dealers
       19     5221   Depository Credit Intermediation
       20     3323   Architectural and Structural Metals Manufacturing
       21     6113   Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
       22     4931   Warehousing and Storage
       23     6232   Residential Disability, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Facilites
       24     3231   Printing and Related Support Activities
       25     5419   Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages




 Mohawk       2211    Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
 Mohawk       5171    Wired Telecommunications Carriers
 Mohawk       3314    Nonferrous Metal (except Aluminum) Production and Processing
Mohawk   5415   Computer Systems Design and Related Services
Mohawk   6222   Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals
Mohawk   5511   Management of Companies and Enterprises
Mohawk   6211   Offices of Physicians
Mohawk   3345   Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing
Mohawk   5241   Insurance Carriers
Mohawk   6221   General Medical and Surgical Hospitals
Mohawk   4841   General Freight Trucking
Mohawk   5242   Agencies, Brokerages, and Other Insurance Related Activities
Mohawk   2382   Building Equipment Contractors
Mohawk   4238   Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
Mohawk   6214   Outpatient Care Centers
Mohawk   6212   Offices of Dentists
Mohawk   6111   Elementary and Secondary Schools
Mohawk   4411   Automobile Dealers
Mohawk   5221   Depository Credit Intermediation
Mohawk   3323   Architectural and Structural Metals Manufacturing
Mohawk   6113   Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
Mohawk   4931   Warehousing and Storage
Mohawk   6232   Residential Disability, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Facilites
Mohawk   3231   Printing and Related Support Activities
Mohawk   5419   Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
ration industries excluded.

            Reporting               Total      Average
              Units   Employment Wages ($ mn)   Wage
                   19         900        $85.3 $94,800
                   45         790        $54.8 $69,800
                   10       1,350        $93.0 $69,100
                  102       1,180        $80.5 $68,400
                    4       1,790       $117.2 $65,600
                   65       1,270        $79.7 $62,700
                  321       3,430       $213.7 $62,200
                   16         840        $46.2 $55,000
                   66       4,140       $221.1 $53,400
                   13      10,570       $540.0 $51,100
                   72         910        $45.2 $49,600
                  188         900        $43.2 $48,200
                  198       1,100        $51.4 $47,000
                   68         980        $44.1 $45,200
                   38         750        $32.5 $43,300
                  146         940        $40.3 $43,000
                  188      16,570       $681.8 $41,100
                  115       1,780        $73.2 $41,100
                  201       2,670       $107.7 $40,400
                   26         780        $31.2 $40,200
                    6       3,730       $144.3 $38,700
                   19       3,810       $146.4 $38,400
                  165       4,660       $175.8 $37,700
                   34         940        $33.2 $35,300
                   74         960        $30.7 $32,100




                    19          900      $85.3   $94,800
                    45          790      $54.8   $69,800
                    10        1,350      $93.0   $69,100
102    1,180    $80.5   $68,400
  4    1,790   $117.2   $65,600
 65    1,270    $79.7   $62,700
321    3,430   $213.7   $62,200
 16      840    $46.2   $55,000
 66    4,140   $221.1   $53,400
 13   10,570   $540.0   $51,100
 72      910    $45.2   $49,600
188      900    $43.2   $48,200
198    1,100    $51.4   $47,000
 68      980    $44.1   $45,200
 38      750    $32.5   $43,300
146      940    $40.3   $43,000
188   16,570   $681.8   $41,100
115    1,780    $73.2   $41,100
201    2,670   $107.7   $40,400
 26      780    $31.2   $40,200
  6    3,730   $144.3   $38,700
 19    3,810   $146.4   $38,400
165    4,660   $175.8   $37,700
 34      940    $33.2   $35,300
 74      960    $30.7   $32,100
New York City labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 1,000)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.


Rank                 N
            NAICS code AICS industry description
        1       5259 Other Investment Pools and Funds
        2       5231 Securities and Commodity Contracts Intermediation and Brokerage
        3       5239 Other Financial Investment Activities
        4       5222 Nondepository Credit Intermediation
        5       7112 Spectator Sports
        6       5511 Management of Companies and Enterprises
        7       7115 Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers
        8       5232 Securities and Commodity Exchanges
        9       5112 Software Publishers
       10       5221 Depository Credit Intermediation
       11       5416 Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
       12       5223 Activities Related to Credit Intermediation
       13       5242 Agencies, Brokerages, and Other Insurance Related Activities
       14       5241 Insurance Carriers
       15       5152 Cable and Other Subscription Programming
       16       5179 Other Telecommunications
       17       5411 Legal Services
       18       5122 Sound Recording Industries
       19       5151 Radio and Television Broadcasting
       20       5415 Computer Systems Design and Related Services
       21       5331 Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets (except Copyrighted Works)
       22       7114 Agents and Managers for Artists, Athletes, Entertainers, and Other Public Figures
       23       5418 Advertising, Public Relations, and Related Services
       24       5191 Other Information Services
       25       4246 Chemical and Allied Products Merchant Wholesalers

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
tion industries excluded.

            Reporting                        Total      Average
              Units         Employment    Wages ($ mn)   Wage
                  107               1,160        $641.0 $555,000
                2,129             107,310     $41,018.2 $382,200
                3,596              57,890     $19,437.4 $335,800
                  825              27,920      $6,271.9 $224,600
                   48               2,570        $524.3 $203,900
                1,392              62,790     $11,858.6 $188,900
                1,673               2,970        $491.5 $165,300
                   20               2,100        $328.1 $155,900
                  133               1,620        $241.0 $148,700
                1,764              48,830      $7,206.2 $147,600
                4,515              33,290      $4,783.2 $143,700
                1,024              10,610      $1,507.2 $142,000
                1,992              21,960      $3,112.9 $141,700
                  475              31,040      $4,315.9 $139,000
                   67              10,050      $1,366.9 $136,000
                  231               2,640        $348.5 $132,200
                5,781              76,580      $9,963.8 $130,100
                  417               2,590        $320.9 $124,200
                  160              18,190      $2,232.0 $122,700
                4,209              47,820      $5,835.9 $122,000
                  135               2,050        $240.4 $117,200
                  714               3,580        $418.4 $116,700
                2,581              56,990      $6,637.2 $116,500
                  743              19,600      $2,274.6 $116,100
                  156               1,630        $189.1 $116,000
North Country labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 500)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.

                                                                                     Reporting
Rank                 N
            NAICS code AICS industry description                                       Units
        1       2211 Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution               40
        2       3313 Alumina and Aluminum Production and Processing                          3
        3       6211 Offices of Physicians                                                 260
        4       3365 Railroad Rolling Stock Manufacturing                                    3
        5       3221 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills                                      16
        6       2362 Nonresidential Building Construction                                   53
        7       2382 Building Equipment Contractors                                        199
        8       5413 Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services                       81
        9       6221 General Medical and Surgical Hospitals                                 13
       10       5511 Management of Companies and Enterprises                                47
       11       6214 Outpatient Care Centers                                                36
       12       6212 Offices of Dentists                                                   118
       13       2389 Other Specialty Trade Contractors                                     133
       14       3115 Dairy Product Manufacturing                                             9
       15       6111 Elementary and Secondary Schools                                      205
       16       3256 Soap, Cleaning Compound, and Toilet Preparation Manufacturing           6
       17       6113 Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools                        8
       18       5242 Agencies, Brokerages, and Other Insurance Related Activities          168
       19       4885 Freight Transportation Arrangement                                     37
       20       4244 Grocery and Related Product Merchant Wholesalers                       37
       21       4411 Automobile Dealers                                                    123
       22       2381 Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors              114
       23       4543 Direct Selling Establishments                                          61
       24       5221 Depository Credit Intermediation                                      184
       25       2361 Residential Building Construction                                     382

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
dministration industries excluded.

                          Total      Average
            Employment Wages ($ mn)   Wage
                    840        $76.2 $90,500
                  1,060        $79.8 $75,200
                  2,290       $147.5 $64,400
                    520        $33.5 $64,200
                  1,690        $99.3 $58,800
                    900        $51.4 $57,000
                  1,320        $75.0 $56,700
                    500        $26.9 $53,300
                  8,630       $441.3 $51,200
                  1,100        $51.1 $46,400
                  1,120        $51.5 $46,200
                    770        $34.7 $45,100
                    650        $28.1 $43,000
                    840        $35.9 $42,700
                 14,130       $595.6 $42,200
                    540        $22.7 $41,700
                  3,240       $133.0 $41,000
                    650        $25.7 $39,800
                    540        $21.5 $39,500
                    500        $19.6 $39,100
                  1,820        $69.9 $38,500
                    550        $21.0 $38,000
                    610        $22.6 $37,200
                  1,560        $57.0 $36,500
                  1,130        $39.9 $35,400
Southern Tier labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 1,000)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.


Rank                 N
            NAICS code AICS industry description
        1       5511 Management of Companies and Enterprises
        2       5417 Scientific Research and Development Services
        3       3345 Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing
        4       2211 Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
        5       5413 Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services
        6       6211 Offices of Physicians
        7       5415 Computer Systems Design and Related Services
        8       3272 Glass and Glass Product Manufacturing
        9       3363 Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing
       10       3254 Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing
       11       5171 Wired Telecommunications Carriers
       12       3339 Other General Purpose Machinery Manufacturing
       13       5241 Insurance Carriers
       14       3364 Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing
       15       6113 Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
       16       3344 Semiconductor and Other Electronic Component Manufacturing
       17       2382 Building Equipment Contractors
       18       3323 Architectural and Structural Metals Manufacturing
       19       3231 Printing and Related Support Activities
       20       3115 Dairy Product Manufacturing
       21       5242 Agencies, Brokerages, and Other Insurance Related Activities
       22       5221 Depository Credit Intermediation
       23       2389 Other Specialty Trade Contractors
       24       6221 General Medical and Surgical Hospitals
       25       4244 Grocery and Related Product Merchant Wholesalers

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
ration industries excluded.

            Reporting               Total      Average
              Units   Employment Wages ($ mn)   Wage
                  101       2,160       $283.0 $130,900
                   51       2,760       $249.6 $90,300
                   24       4,830       $433.5 $89,700
                   11       1,190       $106.2 $89,100
                  159       1,750       $143.2 $81,600
                  343       3,890       $295.2 $75,900
                  138       1,350       $100.2 $74,000
                   12       1,090        $71.5 $65,300
                    8       2,510       $157.3 $62,600
                    6       1,190        $73.5 $62,000
                   60       1,260        $75.6 $60,100
                   10       2,570       $153.2 $59,600
                   66       1,900       $108.6 $57,100
                    8       1,500        $84.2 $56,300
                    6      18,940       $998.3 $52,700
                   32       4,380       $230.3 $52,600
                  288       2,680       $138.3 $51,600
                   24       1,080        $52.9 $49,000
                   41       1,280        $61.2 $47,900
                    8       1,360        $65.0 $47,800
                  239       1,260        $58.6 $46,500
                  273       3,510       $163.4 $46,500
                  184       1,130        $51.6 $45,700
                   18      12,510       $558.3 $44,600
                   49       1,920        $84.5 $44,000
Western New York labor market region
25 Industries* with highest average wages, 2011
(minimum industry employment of 1,000)
*Includes both public and private sector employment. Postal Service and Public Administration industries excluded.

                                                                                       Reporting
Rank                 N
            NAICS code AICS industry description                                         Units
        1       5231 Securities and Commodity Contracts Intermediation and Brokerage         141
        2       2211 Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution                  25
        3       3251 Basic Chemical Manufacturing                                              20
        4       3363 Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing                                         29
        5       3353 Electrical Equipment Manufacturing                                        24
        6       5511 Management of Companies and Enterprises                                 261
        7       5629 Remediation and Other Waste Management Services                           60
        8       5415 Computer Systems Design and Related Services                            368
        9       3314 Nonferrous Metal (except Aluminum) Production and Processing               6
       10       4251 Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers                     422
       11       5413 Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services                        372
       12       5171 Wired Telecommunications Carriers                                       112
       13       3339 Other General Purpose Machinery Manufacturing                             57
       14       6211 Offices of Physicians                                                 1,036
       15       3262 Rubber Product Manufacturing                                              12
       16       5241 Insurance Carriers                                                      155
       17       2362 Nonresidential Building Construction                                    146
       18       5222 Nondepository Credit Intermediation                                       68
       19       5416 Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services               412
       20       3336 Engine, Turbine, and Power Transmission Equipment Manufacturing           14
       21       3254 Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing                                 14
       22       3329 Other Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing                              35
       23       3324 Boiler, Tank, and Shipping Container Manufacturing                        25
       24       3261 Plastics Product Manufacturing                                            56
       25       4238 Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers                 246

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
stration industries excluded.

                           Total      Average
             Employment Wages ($ mn)   Wage
                   1,250       $138.2 $110,300
                   1,730       $169.4 $98,000
                   2,360       $218.8 $92,500
                   3,680       $307.2 $83,500
                   1,820       $145.0 $79,600
                  12,290       $929.9 $75,600
                   1,220        $87.5 $71,500
                   5,620       $400.8 $71,300
                   1,010        $70.0 $69,100
                   1,860       $127.5 $68,600
                   3,650       $239.3 $65,600
                   2,560       $166.9 $65,300
                   3,550       $229.2 $64,500
                  12,190       $780.6 $64,000
                   1,580       $100.0 $63,300
                   6,080       $384.3 $63,200
                   1,720       $105.5 $61,200
                   2,560       $156.2 $61,100
                   2,120       $129.2 $61,100
                   2,470       $150.2 $60,900
                   1,770       $107.7 $60,800
                   1,800       $107.1 $59,400
                   1,640        $96.7 $59,100
                   3,100       $180.8 $58,300
                   2,550       $146.0 $57,200

								
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