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									                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                            Statewide
SOC                                                                    95 % Confidence Interval              Percentile
Code                                Occupation                         Low     Mean       High      10th      Median        90th
 11-1011   Chief Executives                                              73.10    77.34     81.58    45.18       67.87         (1)
 11-1021   General and Operations Manager                                43.33    44.73     46.13    21.53       38.87      72.73
 11-1031   Legislators                                                  45335    72690    100045    18870       66590     169210
 11-2011   Advertising and Promotions Managers                           30.66    34.14     37.62    20.20       33.25      51.55
 11-2021   Marketing Managers                                            37.65    39.75     41.85    23.90       37.94      57.57
 11-2022 Sales Managers                                                  37.59    40.53     43.47    22.30       35.75      64.98
 11-2031 Public Relations and Fundraising Managers                       40.00    43.77     47.54    24.04       41.03      67.64
 11-3011 Administrative Services Managers                                36.81    38.79     40.77    24.56       36.45      55.93
 11-3021 Computer and Information Systems Managers                       47.30    48.83     50.36    34.76       48.55      63.19
 11-3031 Financial Managers                                              45.71    48.77     51.83    26.64       44.16      76.58
 11-3051 Industrial Production Managers                                  41.73    49.96     58.19    23.75       41.22      86.05
 11-3061 Purchasing Managers                                             44.17    48.44     52.71    31.89       45.41      67.52
 11-3071 Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers              40.27    41.83     43.39    25.98       38.73      60.28
 11-3111 Compensation and Benefits Managers                              37.62    42.63     47.64    25.10       41.06      58.59
 11-3121 Human Resources Managers                                        45.50    47.26     49.02    31.59       46.12      66.57
 11-3131 Training and Development Managers                               35.72    37.72     39.72    24.13       36.11      54.22
 11-9021 Construction Managers                                           49.96    53.53     57.10    31.31       48.67      78.27
         Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare
 11-9031 Center/Program                                                 18.54     20.73     22.92    14.21       19.83      27.86
         Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School
 11-9032                                                               87,903    99,840   111,777   68,030      98,790    139,430
 11-9033   Education Administrators, Postsecondary                      42.21     48.70     55.19    27.81       43.65      79.80
 11-9039   Education Administrators, All Other                          29.66     33.54     37.42    22.57       29.09      50.91
 11-9041   Architectural and Engineering Managers                       59.82     77.23     94.64    47.86       67.65         (1)
 11-9051   Food Service Managers                                        22.20     24.19     26.18    15.74       22.61      36.19
 11-9081   Lodging Managers                                             24.24     35.12     46.00    15.03       26.75      76.90
 11-9111   Medical and Health Services Managers                         45.23     50.03     54.83    27.43       44.09      82.94
 11-9121   Natural Sciences Managers                                    43.52     44.75     45.98    34.87       43.88      56.91
 11-9131   Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                         22.34     22.70     23.06    14.27       21.08      33.01
           Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers
 11-9141                                                                25.93     28.94     31.95    13.29       23.86      51.42
 11-9151 Social and Community Service Managers                          27.31     29.02     30.73    17.36       27.26      42.99
 11-9199 Managers, All Other                                            40.29     43.26     46.23    20.41       40.13      70.07
 13-1022 Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products              24.76     26.31     27.86    15.52       26.73      36.00
                                                      May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                               Statewide
SOC                                                                          95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                 Occupation                              Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
           Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products
 13-1023                                                                      31.41     32.69    33.97    19.35       30.30    48.93
 13-1031 Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators                       30.73     32.65    34.57    20.77       32.11    45.85
 13-1041 Compliance Officers                                                  31.02     32.29    33.56    22.23       31.36    45.03
 13-1051 Cost Estimators                                                      36.52     38.80    41.08    23.53       37.46    55.97
           Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists, All
 13-1078   Other                                                              27.31     28.72    30.13    18.14       26.69    43.86
 13-1081   Logisticians                                                       36.39     37.72    39.05    25.60       36.46    55.01
 13-1111   Management Analysts                                                35.12     38.68    42.24    23.28       35.62    57.48
 13-1121   Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners                            18.30     20.74    23.18    14.40       20.04    28.32
 13-1141   Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists               29.25     30.69    32.13    21.47       30.41    40.91
 13-1151   Training and Development Specialists                               27.46     29.11    30.76    16.78       27.24    44.80
 13-1161   Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists                 27.47     28.89    30.31    16.91       27.70    43.86
 13-1199   Business Operations Specialists, All Other                         33.47     35.05    36.63    20.29       33.74    52.22
 13-2011   Accountants and Auditors                                           32.99     33.99    34.99    21.50       31.46    50.49
 13-2021   Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                            29.32     36.20    43.08    20.74       34.88    54.38
 13-2031   Budget Analysts                                                    34.22     37.05    39.88    23.28       34.36    57.70
 13-2051   Financial Analysts                                                 41.30     45.00    48.70    24.67       41.29    70.37
 13-2052   Personal Financial Advisors                                        27.05     29.99    32.93    13.87       23.98    62.54
 13-2053   Insurance Underwriters                                             28.31     31.87    35.43    20.79       31.36    44.31
 13-2061   Financial Examiners                                                26.44     28.03    29.62    16.61       27.58    41.44
 13-2071   Credit Counselors                                                  15.13     16.38    17.63    13.12       16.36    18.74
 13-2072   Loan Officers                                                      31.49     35.29    39.09    19.78       31.14    67.30
 13-2081   Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents                   35.52     37.20    38.88    23.28       36.61    50.84
 13-2082   Tax Preparers                                                      23.34     25.49    27.64    14.56       23.76    39.71
 13-2099   Financial Specialists, All Other                                   31.57     33.27    34.97    21.34       29.51    48.16
 15-1121   Computer Systems Analysts                                          34.88     36.60    38.32    23.23       36.54    52.25
 15-1131   Computer Programmers                                               35.05     36.26    37.47    25.09       35.78    47.61
 15-1132   Software Developers, Applications                                  35.36     37.11    38.86    24.69       35.27    53.22
 15-1133   Software Developers, Systems Software                              38.42     40.82    43.22    29.39       40.06    55.33
 15-1141   Database Administrators                                            36.63     38.20    39.77    23.66       39.67    52.95
 15-1142   Network and Computer Systems Administrators                        33.69     34.71    35.73    23.48       33.83    46.43
 15-1150   Computer Support Specialists                                       23.92     24.64    25.36    16.80       23.08    35.25
                                                     May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                              Statewide
SOC                                                                          95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                   Occupation                            Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
           Information Security Analysts, Web Developers, and Computer
 15-1179   Network Architects                                                 30.01     32.84    35.67    16.92       32.75    50.80
 15-1799   Computer Occupations, All Other                                    36.86     38.68    40.50    26.79       39.44    49.49
 15-2031   Operations Research Analysts                                       29.59     31.90    34.21    19.43       31.68    48.55
 15-2041   Statisticians                                                      41.48     44.26    47.04    28.18       47.48    56.30
 17-1011   Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                             39.00     44.40    49.80    26.32       42.54    66.92
 17-1012   Landscape Architects                                               31.47     32.82    34.17    21.92       33.26    44.83
 17-1021   Cartographers and Photogrammetrists                                26.75     28.30    29.85    20.53       27.40    37.68
 17-1022   Surveyors                                                          33.35     35.14    36.93    24.66       35.52    44.68
 17-2031   Biomedical Engineers                                               60.82     73.67    86.52    37.65       81.33       (1)
 17-2041   Chemical Engineers                                                 61.00     65.22    69.44    45.26       65.62    87.31
 17-2051   Civil Engineers                                                    42.14     43.95    45.76    28.34       41.53    60.52
 17-2061   Computer Hardware Engineers                                        33.99     36.57    39.15    26.61       38.86    44.96
 17-2071   Electrical Engineers                                               45.17     48.80    52.43    33.74       47.56    64.31
 17-2072   Electronics Engineers, Except Computer                             42.87     47.02    51.17    37.20       43.90    68.80
 17-2081   Environmental Engineers                                            47.62     52.91    58.20    31.33       46.90    83.16
           Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and
 17-2111   Inspectors                                                         47.13     49.76    52.39    31.87       49.93    69.30
 17-2112   Industrial Engineers                                               49.57     52.45    55.33    37.56       50.63    73.36
 17-2131   Materials Engineers                                                45.88     50.00    54.12    32.31       46.01    71.25
 17-2141   Mechanical Engineers                                               43.83     49.45    55.07    28.59       44.84    71.36
           Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety
 17-2151   Engineers                                                          46.04     49.75    53.46    33.41       49.72    69.12
 17-2171   Petroleum Engineers                                                66.36     71.85    77.34    45.86       66.18       (1)
 17-2199   Engineers, All Other                                               53.31     55.83    58.35    35.95       54.29    80.15
 17-3011   Architectural and Civil Drafters                                   26.98     33.89    40.80    19.90       27.14    65.02
 17-3012   Electrical and Electronics Drafters                                25.76     29.45    33.14    20.42       30.47    36.76
 17-3013   Mechanical Drafters                                                30.13     35.00    39.87    20.02       33.96    52.54
 17-3022   Civil Engineering Technicians                                      26.73     28.52    30.31    18.21       26.81    41.75
 17-3023   Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians                  36.16     37.79    39.42    25.63       37.78    52.10
 17-3025   Environmental Engineering Technicians                              25.62     27.16    28.70    19.94       26.69    35.74
 17-3026   Industrial Engineering Technicians                                 33.89     37.98    42.07    27.32       36.04    52.87
 17-3027   Mechanical Engineering Technicians                                 29.27     31.43    33.59    22.73       30.68    43.22
 17-3029   Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other                29.57     30.84    32.11    16.54       30.25    45.65
                                                     May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                              Statewide
SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                    Occupation                       Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 17-3031   Surveying and Mapping Technicians                              23.61     24.83    26.05    14.61       25.12    34.20
 19-1013   Soil and Plant Scientists                                      30.66     32.11    33.56    21.61       29.46    45.52
 19-1023   Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                             31.16     31.91    32.66    22.06       30.97    43.87
 19-1029   Biological Scientists, All Other                               33.25     33.91    34.57    23.27       33.78    43.87
 19-1031   Conservation Scientists                                        40.09     41.73    43.37    25.59       39.38    57.53
 19-1099   Life Scientists, All Other                                     26.79     28.23    29.67    21.43       26.49    36.60
 19-2021   Atmospheric and Space Scientists                               39.91     41.54    43.17    24.72       42.75    55.32
 19-2031   Chemists                                                       19.11     26.63    34.15    13.04       18.47    48.13
 19-2041   Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health     30.92     32.78    34.64    17.64       30.44    51.62
 19-2042   Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers             44.97     50.18    55.39    22.87       44.27    84.88
 19-2043   Hydrologists                                                   36.10     37.80    39.50    27.14       37.12    50.84
 19-2099   Physical Scientists, All Other                                 36.10     36.97    37.84    19.48       37.04    53.74
 19-3011   Economists                                                     36.78     39.16    41.54    28.15       40.22    51.26
 19-3031   Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists                 30.40     34.68    38.96    17.54       30.36    53.92
 19-3051   Urban and Regional Planners                                    33.93     35.31    36.69    23.79       34.32    50.02
 19-3091   Anthropologists and Archeologists                              32.10     33.21    34.32    23.00       32.85    43.88
 19-3093   Historians                                                     29.32     30.21    31.10    21.34       30.37    40.91
 19-3099   Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other               30.61     31.60    32.59    21.23       30.25    43.87
 19-4021   Biological Technicians                                         17.29     17.81    18.33    12.64       17.12    23.81
 19-4031   Chemical Technicians                                           25.67     26.45    27.23    21.52       26.15    32.57
 19-4041   Geological and Petroleum Technicians                           30.08     32.36    34.64    20.10       31.75    48.22
 19-4061   Social Science Research Assistants                             22.80     24.53    26.26    18.54       22.75    33.95
           Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including
 19-4091   Health                                                         18.13     19.71    21.29    12.27       17.42    33.35
 19-4093   Forest and Conservation Technicians                            19.54     19.93    20.32    13.72       18.68    28.97
 19-4099   Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other      21.51     22.21    22.91    15.36       20.68    30.75
 21-1011   Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors             21.56     22.96    24.36    15.68       22.01    32.35
 21-1012   Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors       29.61     32.61    35.61    19.21       31.26    50.02
 21-1013   Marriage and Family Therapists                                 18.42     22.42    26.42    12.61       21.04    37.68
 21-1014   Mental Health Counselors                                       25.60     26.48    27.36    16.66       25.79    37.69
 21-1015   Rehabilitation Counselors                                      23.58     24.74    25.90    18.98       22.87    34.03
 21-1019   Counselors, All Other                                          22.37     24.64    26.91    16.21       24.80    33.82
 21-1021   Child, Family, and School Social Workers                       17.99     19.95    21.91    12.26       18.68    29.72
 21-1022   Healthcare Social Workers                                      22.84     24.57    26.30    15.22       23.82    35.56
                                                      May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                               Statewide
SOC                                                                         95 % Confidence Interval              Percentile
Code                                    Occupation                          Low     Mean       High      10th      Median        90th
 21-1023   Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers                  19.47     20.47     21.47    14.87       19.55      28.55
 21-1029   Social Workers, All Other                                         25.51     26.77     28.03    19.32       24.78      38.05
 21-1091   Health Educators                                                  25.04     26.94     28.84    15.97       23.10      43.07
 21-1092   Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists         27.52     28.47     29.42    23.24       27.66      36.14
 21-1093   Social and Human Service Assistants                               17.26     18.42     19.58    12.42       18.07      26.01
 21-1798   Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other               19.17     20.16     21.15    13.35       19.25      29.28
 21-2011   Clergy                                                            17.44     20.30     23.16    15.10       18.27      29.18
 21-2021   Directors, Religious Activities and Education                     12.56     15.29     18.02     9.17       14.22      21.81
 23-1011   Lawyers                                                           49.59     56.08     62.57    33.01       50.15      85.76
           Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers
 23-1021                                                                     42.56     44.12     45.68    31.33       44.37      57.10
 23-2011   Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                   24.03     25.16     26.29    19.32       23.95      33.07
 23-2093   Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers                       29.69     32.22     34.75    24.46       32.84      41.62
 23-2099   Legal Support Workers, All Other                                  20.19     22.00     23.81    19.36       21.63      24.11
 25-1011   Business Teachers, Postsecondary                                 64,111    71,700    79,289   45,230      58,550    121,130
 25-1021   Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary                         74,629    95,620   116,611   44,510      91,080    146,670
 25-1022   Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators                         81,446    88,000    94,554   54,810      83,440    123,840
 25-1069   Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, All Other               62,391    71,180    79,969   53,460      66,840     93,090
 25-1081   Education Teachers, Postsecondary                                79,233    83,660    88,087   58,230      84,810    115,290
 25-1123   English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary          80,025    85,380    90,735   63,420      84,030    115,540
 25-1194   Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary                      39.03     41.99     44.95    30.67       42.38      54.53
 25-1199   Postsecondary Teachers, All Other                                48,812    59,980    71,148   26,560      53,010    103,710
 25-2011   Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education                      15.33     16.88     18.43     9.70       16.53      25.00
 25-2012   Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education                  58,519    68,290    78,061   44,090      66,300     99,840
 25-2021   Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education             65,166    72,090    79,014   46,770      69,300    106,390
           Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical
 25-2022   Education                                                        62,715    69,680    76,645   44,820      68,500     97,800
 25-2023   Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle School               57,216    64,270    71,324   46,260      66,770     76,780
           Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical
 25-2031   Education                                                        63,443    69,730    76,017   49,910      67,690     96,340
 25-2032   Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School            66,725    74,460    82,195   48,360      73,960    103,790
           Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and
 25-2041   Elementary School                                                66,965    74,080    81,195   50,010      70,570    109,280
 25-2053   Special Education Teachers, Middle School                        64,672    68,570    72,468   49,320      68,470     90,730
                                                    May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Statewide
SOC                                                                        95 % Confidence Interval                Percentile
Code                                    Occupation                         Low     Mean       High       10th       Median        90th
 25-2054   Special Education Teachers, Secondary School                    62,368    72,450    82,532    49,940       69,700    104,150
           Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and
 25-3011   Instructors                                                       20.20     22.06     23.92     15.88        22.29      28.85
 25-3021   Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                                18.00     19.83     21.66     12.14        19.17      28.77
 25-3999   All other teachers, primary, secondary, and adult               47,465    53,200    58,935    29,690       46,050     84,370
 25-4011   Archivists                                                        25.87     28.07     30.27     19.08        26.49      43.19
 25-4012   Curators                                                          27.85     28.99     30.13     19.63        30.19      37.79
 25-4013   Museum Technicians and Conservators                               24.96     26.25     27.54     15.87        24.98      45.49
 25-4021   Librarians                                                        25.30     29.46     33.62     14.21        28.77      46.63
 25-4031   Library Technicians                                               18.18     19.08     19.98     13.52        18.73      25.69
 25-9031   Instructional Coordinators                                        23.46     28.49     33.52     13.15        29.28      44.56
 25-9041   Teacher Assistants                                               30760     34860     38960     21860        33930      49740
 27-1013   Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators     16.02     19.18     22.34      9.51        17.29      29.90
 27-1019   Artists and Related Workers, All Other                            20.85     21.35     21.85     15.35        19.02      35.66
 27-1023   Floral Designers                                                  10.34     11.51     12.68      8.37        10.89      15.72
 27-1024   Graphic Designers                                                 22.13     25.36     28.59     11.76        24.59      41.29
 27-1026   Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers                        14.95     16.09     17.23     13.30        16.11      18.10
 27-2012   Producers and Directors                                           18.32     20.40     22.48     13.09        19.74      28.72
 27-2022   Coaches and Scouts                                               36330     39930     43530     19070        40220      55020
 27-2023   Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials                    29927     40160     50393     17860        43020      64400
 27-2031   Dancers                                                           12.74     14.12     15.50     12.17        13.83      17.09
 27-3011   Radio and Television Announcers                                   14.74     17.12     19.50      9.01        17.84      23.79
 27-3021   Broadcast News Analysts                                           23.32     25.52     27.72     18.11        22.76      38.10
 27-3022   Reporters and Correspondents                                      17.77     19.36     20.95     13.42        18.41      27.41
 27-3031   Public Relations Specialists                                      25.84     29.09     32.34     16.25        25.78      41.83
 27-3041   Editors                                                           22.87     24.97     27.07     15.60        23.98      38.64
 27-3042   Technical Writers                                                 28.62     30.16     31.70     21.01        28.16      42.39
 27-3043   Writers and Authors                                               26.85     29.83     32.81     19.64        27.95      43.09
 27-3091   Interpreters and Translators                                      19.12     22.83     26.54     12.34        21.50      36.50
 27-3099   Media and Communication Workers, All Other                        22.72     23.89     25.06     16.90        23.79      31.49
 27-4011   Audio and Video Equipment Technicians                             15.58     17.16     18.74     11.91        16.97      22.84
 27-4012   Broadcast Technicians                                             15.09     17.18     19.27      9.88        19.24      22.41
 27-4031   Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture           12.59     17.83     23.07      8.29        14.42      33.31
 27-4099   Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other              13.63     20.38     27.13      8.38        18.23      38.24
                                                      May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                               Statewide
SOC                                                                     95 % Confidence Interval                 Percentile
Code                                    Occupation                      Low     Mean       High        10th       Median      90th
 29-1021   Dentists, General                                              72.93     93.92    114.91     52.38        88.52       (1)
 29-1031   Dietitians and Nutritionists                                   28.19     29.95     31.71     18.78        30.44    40.65
 29-1041   Optometrists                                                   49.66     67.89     86.12     37.77        64.03       (1)
 29-1051   Pharmacists                                                    58.95     60.25     61.55     49.34        61.70    71.87
 29-1061   Anesthesiologists                                                 (1)       (1)       (1)       (1)          (1)      (1)
 29-1062   Family and General Practitioners                               78.68     93.53    108.38     36.04           (1)      (1)
 29-1063   Internists, General                                            85.07    107.11    129.15     67.48           (1)      (1)
 29-1065   Pediatricians, General                                         68.58     84.89    101.20     59.60        71.63       (1)
 29-1066   Psychiatrists                                                  75.50     99.48    123.46     38.92           (1)      (1)
 29-1067   Surgeons                                                          (1)       (1)       (1)       (1)          (1)      (1)
 29-1069   Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                             86.56    106.36    126.16     69.30           (1)      (1)
 29-1071   Physician Assistants                                           43.38     45.52     47.66     36.70        43.87    57.06
 29-1111   Registered Nurses                                              38.61     39.46     40.31     29.50        38.67    52.26
 29-1122   Occupational Therapists                                        35.41     37.86     40.31     27.03        36.17    53.29
 29-1123   Physical Therapists                                            41.20     44.23     47.26     31.62        42.87    62.38
 29-1125   Recreational Therapists                                        22.16     23.84     25.52     16.11        23.99    32.61
 29-1126   Respiratory Therapists                                         30.54     31.53     32.52     25.04        32.27    36.49
 29-1127   Speech-Language Pathologists                                   39.71     42.28     44.85     28.14        41.22    58.05
 29-1128   Exercise Physiologists                                         37.04     38.87     40.70     24.37        40.26    54.32
 29-1131   Veterinarians                                                  35.98     41.23     46.48     30.35        39.20    58.76
 29-1199   Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other        35.91     40.70     45.49     21.55        34.77    66.86
 29-2011   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists                  30.40     31.90     33.40     17.77        33.40    42.83
 29-2012   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians                    23.31     25.84     28.37     15.57        23.60    41.18
 29-2021   Dental Hygienists                                              37.68     41.50     45.32     29.07        42.15    56.01
 29-2031   Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians                   33.66     39.46     45.26     22.58        40.75    54.76
 29-2032   Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                                35.54     36.76     37.98     30.22        36.89    44.65
 29-2033   Nuclear Medicine Technologists                                 31.15     33.59     36.03     17.31        35.25    44.60
 29-2037   Radiologic Technologists and Technicians                       31.18     32.00     32.82     23.93        31.96    42.19
 29-2051   Dietetic Technicians                                           15.76     17.17     18.58     12.56        16.49    23.06
 29-2052   Pharmacy Technicians                                           17.87     18.75     19.63     13.71        18.10    25.16
 29-2053   Psychiatric Technicians                                        16.69     19.13     21.57     12.37        17.71    27.73
 29-2055   Surgical Technologists                                         23.98     25.06     26.14     19.54        24.71    31.55
 29-2056   Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                       17.06     18.36     19.66     14.95        18.27    22.45
 29-2061   Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses              23.32     23.98     24.64     16.93        24.30    30.83
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                                Statewide
SOC                                                                            95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                    Occupation                             Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 29-2071   Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                   19.04     19.66    20.28    13.74       19.03    27.03
 29-2081   Opticians, Dispensing                                                18.14     19.77    21.40    13.04       18.73    27.56
 29-2799   Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other                      21.69     23.94    26.19    13.08       23.94    36.06
 29-9011   Occupational Health and Safety Specialists                           33.09     35.08    37.07    16.88       35.05    52.77
 29-9012   Occupational Health and Safety Technicians                           31.69     33.95    36.21    20.76       34.29    44.82
 29-9799   Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other            29.16     30.54    31.92    17.17       31.32    42.16
 31-1011   Home Health Aides                                                    12.29     13.39    14.49     8.82       13.68    17.71
 31-1012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                             16.29     16.68    17.07    12.64       16.59    21.20
 31-1013   Psychiatric Aides                                                    14.53     16.77    19.01    10.23       17.13    22.50
 31-2022   Physical Therapist Aides                                             13.07     14.49    15.91     9.26       14.83    18.42
 31-9011   Massage Therapists                                                   38.14     41.47    44.80    29.86       43.16    54.83
 31-9091   Dental Assistants                                                    18.88     20.44    22.00    14.43       20.72    27.29
 31-9092   Medical Assistants                                                   17.88     18.84    19.80    12.90       18.53    25.86
 31-9093   Medical Equipment Preparers                                          16.31     16.98    17.65    10.49       16.88    22.95
 31-9094   Medical Transcriptionists                                            20.83     21.68    22.53    16.93       21.67    27.24
 31-9096   Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers               10.94     12.80    14.66     8.34       12.84    18.14
 31-9799   Healthcare Support Workers, All Other                                17.88     19.04    20.20    12.60       18.15    27.38
 33-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers                      36.28     38.07    39.86    30.39       37.35    46.22
 33-1012   First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives                      38.98     40.24    41.50    24.04       41.75    54.99
           First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers
 33-1021                                                                        34.97     37.08    39.19    24.85       35.18    52.68
           First-Line Supervisors of Protective Service Workers, All Other
 33-1099                                                                        28.59     30.31    32.03    21.85       28.93    42.69
 33-2011   Firefighters                                                         23.62     24.48    25.34    17.12       24.73    31.52
 33-3012   Correctional Officers and Jailers                                    25.73     26.62    27.51    20.22       26.69    32.71
 33-3021   Fire Inspectors and Investigators                                    45.52     46.99    48.46    33.36       46.37    61.86
 33-3051   Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                                 31.39     32.41    33.43    22.97       32.44    43.14
 33-9011   Animal Control Workers                                               18.13     19.26    20.39    15.45       18.59    25.05
 33-9032   Security Guards                                                      16.02     17.13    18.24     9.85       15.71    26.89
 33-9091   Crossing Guards                                                      12.05     14.73    17.41    12.28       13.70    21.53
           Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service
 33-9092                                                                        11.89     12.77    13.65     8.51       12.15    17.74
 33-9093 Transportation Security Screeners                                      18.25     18.80    19.35    14.29       18.04    23.77
 33-9099 Protective Service Workers, All Other                                  19.20     20.15    21.10    13.23       19.02    30.26
                                                      May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                               Statewide
SOC                                                                        95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                 Occupation                            Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 35-1011 Chefs and Head Cooks                                               17.57     20.32    23.07    11.04       16.38    35.45
         First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers
 35-1012                                                                    14.91     15.97    17.03    10.15       14.89    23.34
 35-2011 Cooks, Fast Food                                                    9.45     10.02    10.59     8.14        9.40    13.12
 35-2012 Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                                   16.31     17.01    17.71    12.12       16.39    22.93
 35-2014 Cooks, Restaurant                                                  12.87     13.62    14.37    10.34       13.45    17.46
 35-2015 Cooks, Short Order                                                 11.83     13.62    15.41     8.81       14.34    18.12
 35-2019 Cooks, All Other                                                   14.04     15.11    16.18    10.30       15.45    18.45
 35-2021 Food Preparation Workers                                           11.49     12.34    13.19     8.43       11.52    17.49
 35-3011 Bartenders                                                         11.37     12.08    12.79     8.59       11.38    16.91
         Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast
 35-3021 Food                                                                 9.48     9.89    10.30     8.09        9.14    13.52
         Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop
 35-3022                                                                     9.57     10.15    10.73     8.15        9.67    13.26
 35-3031 Waiters and Waitresses                                              9.59     10.19    10.79     8.07        9.03    14.77
 35-3041 Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                                        10.15     11.63    13.11     8.21       10.10    17.11
           Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers
 35-9011                                                                     9.36      9.99    10.62     8.19        9.65    11.61
 35-9021 Dishwashers                                                         9.22     10.13    11.04     8.12        9.26    14.57
 35-9031 Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop            8.81      9.40     9.99     8.06        8.93    11.87
 35-9099 Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other            11.99     12.96    13.93     9.85       12.96    16.18
           First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers
 37-1011                                                                    17.91     19.07    20.23    10.61       18.21    29.67
         First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and
 37-1012 Groundskeeping Workers                                             20.63     25.72    30.81    13.47       22.26    41.82
         Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners
 37-2011                                                                    13.95     14.82    15.69     9.47       14.12    21.71
 37-2012   Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                  10.89     11.29    11.69     8.37       11.08    14.56
 37-2019   Building Cleaning Workers, All Other                             14.75     16.25    17.75    14.99       16.69    18.40
 37-3011   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                           14.12     15.06    16.00     9.23       15.09    21.36
 37-3019   Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other                           13.70     16.44    19.18     9.05       16.10    23.89
 39-1011   Gaming Supervisors                                               10.69     17.30    23.91    10.19       13.52    33.69
 39-1021   First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers               18.57     20.28    21.99    11.57       18.81    28.49
 39-2021   Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                                        11.88     12.92    13.96     8.40       12.80    17.91
                                                      May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                               Statewide
SOC                                                                           95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                 Occupation                               Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 39-3011   Gaming Dealers                                                       9.96     13.95    17.94     8.42       11.26    22.24
 39-3012   Gaming and Sports Book Writers and Runners                          10.12     11.19    12.26     8.47       10.48    16.16
 39-3019   Gaming Service Workers, All Other                                   11.19     14.34    17.49     9.20       13.36    21.38
 39-3031   Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers                          8.44      9.22    10.00     8.03        8.76    10.26
 39-3091   Amusement and Recreation Attendants                                  9.93     10.73    11.53     8.23       10.01    14.22
 39-3093   Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants                  8.90     10.04    11.18     8.22       10.02    12.31
 39-3099   Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers, All Other             11.60     12.75    13.90    10.01       12.51    15.22
           Funeral Service Managers, Directors, Morticians, and Undertakers
 39-4831                                                                       24.54     28.77    33.00    18.23       26.04    49.52
 39-5012   Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists                      12.38     13.73    15.08     8.67       11.32    21.94
 39-5092   Manicurists and Pedicurists                                          9.89     13.38    16.87     8.33       11.95    21.09
 39-5094   Skincare Specialists                                                13.09     20.29    27.49     9.08       17.83    33.33
 39-6011   Baggage Porters and Bellhops                                         9.95     10.64    11.33     8.13        9.32    13.97
 39-7011   Tour Guides and Escorts                                             14.16     15.80    17.44     9.91       14.06    24.40
 39-7012   Travel Guides                                                       18.48     23.50    28.52    12.49       25.24    28.05
 39-9011   Childcare Workers                                                   11.22     11.77    12.32     8.44       10.91    16.87
 39-9021   Personal Care Aides                                                 13.40     13.83    14.26     9.43       14.13    17.72
 39-9031   Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors                           15.35     17.02    18.69     8.52       17.24    26.50
 39-9032   Recreation Workers                                                  15.52     16.56    17.60     9.89       15.57    25.60
 39-9041   Residential Advisors                                                14.05     14.77    15.49    10.40       14.30    18.52
 39-9099   Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other                        13.54     15.38    17.22     8.51       14.00    26.83
 41-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers                      19.30     20.13    20.96    12.57       18.22    29.69
 41-1012   First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers                  28.74     32.57    36.40    15.70       30.18    52.48
 41-2011   Cashiers                                                            11.43     11.73    12.03     8.62       11.08    15.83
 41-2012   Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers                            10.52     11.84    13.16     8.22       11.18    17.52
 41-2021   Counter and Rental Clerks                                           12.57     13.35    14.13     9.15       12.58    18.23
 41-2022   Parts Salespersons                                                  17.12     18.50    19.88    11.84       17.98    27.28
 41-2031   Retail Salespersons                                                 12.54     12.97    13.40     8.75       11.61    18.73
 41-3011   Advertising Sales Agents                                            21.58     23.12    24.66    12.82       21.32    35.08
 41-3021   Insurance Sales Agents                                              22.74     27.61    32.48    16.23       21.64    42.24
           Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents
 41-3031                                                                       23.34     33.06    42.78    16.04       24.01    57.76
 41-3041 Travel Agents                                                         15.35     17.06    18.77     9.66       17.30    22.45
 41-3099 Sales Representatives, Services, All Other                            27.01     29.12    31.23    17.99       26.28    45.40
                                                    May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Statewide
SOC                                                                        95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                    Occupation                         Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
           Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical
 41-4011   and Scientific Products                                          33.32     37.85    42.38    21.90       36.95    53.95
           Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except
 41-4012   Technical and Scientific Products                                24.55     25.87    27.19    15.59       24.27    36.53
 41-9011   Demonstrators and Product Promoters                              10.93     12.09    13.25     9.83       11.36    14.31
 41-9022   Real Estate Sales Agents                                         29.42     31.00    32.58    19.91       30.97    41.71
 41-9031   Sales Engineers                                                  28.87     33.38    37.89    24.26       30.55    44.47
 41-9041   Telemarketers                                                    11.00     11.61    12.22     9.76       10.89    14.23
           Door-to-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors, and
 41-9091   Related Workers                                                  10.38     12.37    14.36     8.27       10.16    18.41
 41-9799   Sales and Related Workers, All Other                             14.78     15.90    17.02     9.63       15.60    21.64
           First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support
 43-1011   Workers                                                          25.96     26.48    27.00    16.57       25.40    37.91
 43-2011   Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service               14.03     14.75    15.47    11.16       14.25    19.28
 43-3011   Bill and Account Collectors                                      18.62     19.42    20.22    14.39       18.41    26.83
 43-3021   Billing and Posting Clerks                                       18.80     19.33    19.86    14.38       18.96    25.25
 43-3031   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                     19.23     19.77    20.31    12.63       19.06    27.78
 43-3051   Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                   19.73     20.41    21.09    14.53       20.84    26.78
 43-3061   Procurement Clerks                                               20.92     21.47    22.02    15.36       21.11    27.78
 43-3071   Tellers                                                          13.75     14.25    14.75    12.03       13.84    17.68
 43-4011   Brokerage Clerks                                                 19.71     20.43    21.15    14.67       19.85    28.22
 43-4021   Correspondence Clerks                                            24.03     25.58    27.13    19.80       25.93    31.29
 43-4031   Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                             18.38     20.20    22.02    14.96       19.12    27.86
 43-4051   Customer Service Representatives                                 17.10     17.73    18.36    10.56       16.85    26.53
 43-4061   Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                    21.93     22.82    23.71    18.27       21.47    28.79
 43-4071   File Clerks                                                      15.41     16.65    17.89     9.67       16.00    25.56
 43-4081   Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                             11.43     12.32    13.21     8.81       11.41    18.46
 43-4111   Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan                        14.21     15.26    16.31     9.82       14.91    22.63
 43-4121   Library Assistants, Clerical                                     15.96     17.66    19.36    11.03       17.22    23.79
 43-4131   Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                     17.48     18.16    18.84    14.44       17.55    23.47
 43-4141   New Accounts Clerks                                              14.20     14.93    15.66    12.18       14.44    18.18
 43-4151   Order Clerks                                                     15.77     17.19    18.61    10.39       15.76    26.63
           Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping
 43-4161                                                                    19.30     19.80    20.30    14.91       19.12    26.12
                                                      May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                               Statewide
SOC                                                                            95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                               Occupation                                  Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 43-4171 Receptionists and Information Clerks                                   14.42     14.83    15.24     9.76       14.77    20.19
         Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks
 43-4181                                                                        13.77     14.66    15.55    10.20       13.99    20.49
 43-4199   Information and Record Clerks, All Other                             19.41     20.20    20.99    13.72       19.56    27.39
 43-5011   Cargo and Freight Agents                                             15.05     16.69    18.33    10.56       15.90    24.74
 43-5021   Couriers and Messengers                                              13.18     14.90    16.62    10.04       14.57    20.28
 43-5031   Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers                              18.32     19.67    21.02    10.76       19.63    27.58
 43-5032   Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance                      19.60     20.48    21.36    13.75       18.97    29.52
 43-5041   Meter Readers, Utilities                                             21.19     23.65    26.11    16.20       21.47    34.80
 43-5051   Postal Service Clerks                                                24.43     25.38    26.33    23.87       25.53    26.09
 43-5052   Postal Service Mail Carriers                                         24.34     25.86    27.38    23.33       26.69    26.70
           Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine
 43-5053   Operators                                                            18.16     19.02    19.88     9.99       22.95    25.53
 43-5061   Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                          20.26     21.53    22.80    11.75       20.25    33.63
 43-5071   Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                              18.78     19.83    20.88    11.85       18.49    28.54
 43-5081   Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                       13.32     13.92    14.52     9.65       12.60    21.59
           Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping
 43-5111                                                                        11.45     15.40    19.35     8.71       15.35    22.64
           Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants
 43-6011                                                                        23.23     23.79    24.35    16.07       22.99    33.42
 43-6012 Legal Secretaries                                                      19.74     21.74    23.74    16.38       20.92    28.50
 43-6013 Medical Secretaries                                                    18.22     19.20    20.18    14.04       18.23    26.53
           Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical,
 43-6014   and Executive                                                        18.43     18.80    19.17    12.99       18.57    25.67
 43-9011   Computer Operators                                                   21.33     22.57    23.81    14.16       21.86    32.88
 43-9021   Data Entry Keyers                                                    16.21     16.94    17.67    12.32       16.80    22.48
 43-9022   Word Processors and Typists                                          16.17     16.97    17.77    12.22       16.02    22.19
 43-9041   Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks                        21.48     22.54    23.60    15.86       22.58    28.71
           Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service
 43-9051                                                                        12.35     13.90    15.45     8.61       14.05    19.60
 43-9061   Office Clerks, General                                               16.55     16.88    17.21    10.73       16.29    23.52
 43-9071   Office Machine Operators, Except Computer                            14.43     16.35    18.27     9.74       15.53    25.55
 43-9799   Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other                 23.04     23.98    24.92    15.35       21.97    35.35
 45-4022   Logging Equipment Operators                                          18.22     20.11    22.00    18.27       20.53    22.71
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                                Statewide
SOC                                                                         95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                 Occupation                             Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 47-1011   Supervisors of Construction and Extraction Workers                39.01     41.27    43.53    23.90       39.30    64.49
 47-2011   Boilermakers                                                      26.22     33.10    39.98    17.81       34.56    48.55
 47-2021   Stonemasons                                                       19.03     24.76    30.49    14.08       23.61    34.63
 47-2031   Carpenters                                                        28.22     29.98    31.74    19.20       30.11    43.13
 47-2041   Carpet Installers                                                 19.57     23.00    26.43    13.23       21.49    38.59
 47-2051   Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                              28.24     31.93    35.62    24.57       30.44    42.84
 47-2061   Construction Laborers                                             21.17     22.26    23.35    13.32       21.31    33.67
 47-2071   Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators                18.63     23.28    27.93    12.65       18.18    40.34
 47-2072   Pile-Driver Operators                                             30.55     32.59    34.63    20.99       33.68    43.27
           Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators
 47-2073                                                                     28.94     29.88    30.82    22.03       29.60    39.32
 47-2081   Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers                               26.19     36.59    46.99    17.54       39.98    45.23
 47-2111   Electricians                                                      33.27     34.63    35.99    23.24       34.71    46.49
 47-2121   Glaziers                                                          19.78     24.31    28.84    15.28       24.91    34.08
 47-2131   Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall                      22.13     25.88    29.63    15.55       24.08    41.78
 47-2132   Insulation Workers, Mechanical                                    23.49     28.93    34.37    15.80       27.97    42.69
 47-2141   Painters, Construction and Maintenance                            20.02     23.00    25.98    12.27       23.05    34.51
 47-2152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                           32.60     34.64    36.68    21.96       34.14    50.72
 47-2181   Roofers                                                           19.74     23.58    27.42    14.40       23.38    33.97
 47-2211   Sheet Metal Workers                                               24.08     28.10    32.12    16.77       27.56    41.53
 47-2221   Structural Iron and Steel Workers                                 28.78     30.08    31.38    19.09       29.65    39.59
 47-3012   Helpers--Carpenters                                               17.67     19.98    22.29    11.35       20.47    27.91
 47-3013   Helpers--Electricians                                             15.58     20.22    24.86    11.31       23.47    27.99
           Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters
 47-3015                                                                     18.64     21.95    25.26    14.56       21.56    28.53
 47-3019   Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other                           15.35     16.98    18.61    12.31       16.84    22.22
 47-4011   Construction and Building Inspectors                              30.06     32.00    33.94    23.27       32.87    42.37
 47-4041   Hazardous Materials Removal Workers                               26.40     27.87    29.34    20.21       27.10    37.99
 47-4051   Highway Maintenance Workers                                       19.17     20.63    22.09    13.41       19.06    29.64
 47-4071   Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners                     18.53     21.14    23.75    13.38       17.83    33.58
 47-4799   Construction and Related Workers, All Other                       26.47     27.61    28.75    22.23       26.78    34.47
 47-5011   Derrick Operators, Oil and Gas                                    30.01     32.15    34.29    25.46       32.21    40.60
 47-5012   Rotary Drill Operators, Oil and Gas                               29.94     34.62    39.30    20.25       38.07    44.24
 47-5013   Service Unit Operators, Oil, Gas, and Mining                      22.71     27.44    32.17    15.55       24.32    48.36
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                                Statewide
SOC                                                                            95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                  Occupation                               Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 47-5021 Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas                                     22.17     24.79    27.41    19.26       23.41    33.74
         Explosives Workers, Ordnance Handling Experts, and Blasters
 47-5031                                                                        27.33     28.86    30.39    23.84       28.68    35.60
 47-5049   Mining Machine Operatos, All Other                                   27.09     29.21    31.33    22.37       29.17    36.20
 47-5061   Roof Bolters, Mining                                                 23.86     27.22    30.58    21.07       27.18    34.47
 47-5071   Roustabouts, Oil and Gas                                             21.70     23.25    24.80    15.74       23.61    30.59
 47-5081   Helpers--Extraction Workers                                          17.31     20.39    23.47    13.71       20.23    27.44
 47-5099   Extraction Workers, All Other                                        25.28     27.26    29.24    19.75       26.23    35.42
           First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
 49-1011                                                                        35.67     36.75    37.83    21.78       37.52    51.14
 49-2011 Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers               17.41     19.51    21.61    11.86       18.44    30.14
 49-2021 Radio, Cellular, and Tower Equipment Installers and Repairs            21.34     26.67    32.00    14.73       26.79    40.73
           Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except
 49-2022   Line Installers                                                      27.24     29.81    32.38    16.74       29.65    43.37
 49-2091   Avionics Technicians                                                 25.16     27.01    28.86    11.01       30.98    37.87
           Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial
 49-2094   Equipment                                                            31.95     34.09    36.23    21.75       35.95    41.98
           Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and
 49-2095   Relay                                                                34.73     37.68    40.63    26.29       39.84    44.78
           Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles
 49-2096                                                                        13.05     15.81    18.57    11.79       15.80    21.30
           Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers and Repairers
 49-2097                                                                        14.38     18.29    22.20    10.53       16.88    31.50
 49-2098   Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                           21.28     23.75    26.22    15.51       22.48    34.45
 49-3011   Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                           28.93     30.05    31.17    20.93       30.01    40.07
 49-3021   Automotive Body and Related Repairers                                25.34     27.73    30.12    20.05       28.31    35.54
 49-3023   Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                         23.71     25.04    26.37    13.46       25.89    35.28
 49-3031   Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists                26.45     27.64    28.83    18.44       26.93    39.03
 49-3042   Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines                     30.11     31.34    32.57    23.27       32.15    40.85
 49-3051   Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians                          21.52     23.30    25.08    19.04       23.03    28.84
 49-3052   Motorcycle Mechanics                                                 12.98     16.15    19.32     9.02       16.53    22.14
           Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine Mechanics
 49-3053                                                                        15.97     18.30    20.63    11.98       17.60    26.73
 49-3093 Tire Repairers and Changers                                            12.54     13.75    14.96     9.38       13.10    19.87
                                                      May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                               Statewide
SOC                                                                          95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                   Occupation                            Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 49-9011   Mechanical Door Repairers                                          29.64     32.72    35.80    25.97       32.93    40.93
           Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and
 49-9021   Installers                                                         25.69     29.64    33.59    19.71       27.01    50.02
 49-9031   Home Appliance Repairers                                           16.53     19.29    22.05    13.64       18.55    26.80
 49-9041   Industrial Machinery Mechanics                                     26.72     29.62    32.52    12.75       30.15    48.59
 49-9043   Maintenance Workers, Machinery                                     24.90     27.31    29.72     9.33       28.40    38.71
 49-9044   Millwrights                                                        29.67     31.66    33.65    24.40       32.26    38.95
 49-9051   Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers                     36.80     37.91    39.02    27.76       39.60    45.45
 49-9052   Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers                   27.23     30.19    33.15    16.36       32.08    42.93
 49-9062   Medical Equipment Repairers                                        24.75     26.63    28.51    19.70       25.14    36.44
 49-9069                                                                      27.47     30.19    32.91    21.78       30.95    36.70
 49-9071   Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers, All Other            21.38     22.07    22.76    12.62       20.78    33.96
 49-9092   Commercial Divers                                                  22.75     28.44    34.13    15.13       25.95    61.68
 49-9094   Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                                      16.11     17.01    17.91    10.61       15.86    28.15
 49-9096   Riggers                                                            24.74     27.19    29.64    16.04       29.56    37.04
 49-9098   Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers             16.63     17.42    18.21    10.42       16.97    25.95
 49-9799   Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other           30.24     34.04    37.84    20.11       37.71    45.34
 51-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers         31.20     35.84    40.48    15.73       33.18    60.53
 51-2041   Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters                           17.96     21.40    24.84    15.30       21.57    28.07
 51-2092   Team Assemblers                                                     9.93     10.78    11.63     8.17        9.40    14.77
 51-2099   Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other                              15.48     16.76    18.04    11.04       15.96    23.95
 51-3011   Bakers                                                             14.03     14.97    15.91    10.03       14.12    21.55
 51-3021   Butchers and Meat Cutters                                          18.33     19.35    20.37    12.26       18.39    27.65
 51-3022   Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers                        9.45     10.23    11.01     8.04        9.03    14.62
 51-3092   Food Batchmakers                                                    9.97     11.03    12.09     8.14        9.69    14.52
           Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine Tool Setters,
 51-4033   Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                          14.86     22.35    29.84     9.96       24.72    33.85
 51-4041   Machinists                                                         25.90     27.18    28.46    18.08       27.94    36.07
 51-4121   Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                           31.14     32.68    34.22    21.37       33.84    43.48
 51-4122   Tenders                                                            20.83     22.46    24.09    16.14       23.11    28.20
 51-5111   Prepress Technician and Workers                                    19.89     21.58    23.27    10.34       21.93    32.05
 51-5112   Printing Press Operators                                           18.74     20.51    22.28    13.38       20.23    29.03
 51-5113   Print Binding and Finishing Workers                                13.57     15.31    17.05     8.49       15.52    22.82
 51-6011   Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                                   10.89     11.94    12.99     8.32       10.63    18.11
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                                Statewide
SOC                                                                              95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                                  Occupation                                 Low     Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 51-6021   Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials                       8.99      9.78    10.57     8.20        9.91    11.46
 51-6031   Sewing Machine Operators                                               15.11     16.12    17.13    11.10       16.18    21.38
 51-7011   Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                                     15.68     17.58    19.48    10.92       17.15    23.57
           Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Except
 51-7042   Sawing                                                                 18.68     19.60    20.52    13.55       18.40    27.54
 51-8012   Power Distributors and Dispatchers                                     35.84     39.05    42.26    31.24       37.14    52.23
 51-8013   Power Plant Operators                                                  22.12     24.52    26.92    14.76       22.05    39.90
 51-8021   Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators                              29.04     30.47    31.90    23.35       31.36    36.49
           Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators
 51-8031                                                                          23.40     25.39    27.38    14.37       25.55    36.64
 51-8092 Gas Plant Operators                                                      29.88     37.35    44.82    24.79       36.85    47.89
           Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery Operators, and
 51-8093   Gaugers                                                                34.65     38.33    42.01    23.70       37.88    54.92
 51-8099   Plant and System Operators, All Other                                  29.98     34.20    38.42    14.88       32.35    53.00
           Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still Machine
 51-9012   Setters, Operators, and Tenders                                        17.62     19.16    20.70    13.13       18.10    27.01
           Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters, Operators, and
 51-9021   Tenders                                                                24.50     25.92    27.34    18.33       26.17    33.77
           Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders
 51-9023                                                                          13.61     18.66    23.71    10.24       18.62    27.61
 51-9061   Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers                   26.43     29.69    32.95    13.50       31.30    42.80
 51-9081   Dental Laboratory Technicians                                          23.22     28.33    33.44    18.26       29.72    35.50
 51-9111   Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders                    11.05     12.33    13.61     8.37       10.65    19.13
 51-9122   Painters, Transportation Equipment                                     19.64     21.92    24.20    14.67       21.34    31.39
           Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators
 51-9151                                                                          13.41     14.58    15.75    10.09       13.62    20.66
 51-9193 Cooling and Freezing Equipment Operators and Tenders                     16.12     17.16    18.20     9.13       16.85    25.60
 51-9198 Helpers--Production Workers                                              12.49     14.12    15.75     9.68       13.24    20.69
 53-1011 Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors                                      22.08     25.71    29.34    15.55       21.63    41.60
         First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers,
 53-1021 Hand                                                                     25.06     26.51    27.96    15.66       24.57    41.89
         First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving
 53-1031 Machine and Vehicle Operators                                            30.25     32.01    33.77    19.21       31.53    44.61
 53-2021 Air Traffic Controllers                                                  41.38     46.28    51.18    26.08       43.40    69.45
                                                      May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                               Statewide
SOC                                                                             95 % Confidence Interval               Percentile
Code                                    Occupation                              Low     Mean       High       10th      Median      90th
  53-2022   Airfield Operations Specialists                                       27.77       30.79   33.81    21.87       28.23    44.23
  53-3021   Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                                    15.40       17.30   19.20    11.90       14.50    26.84
  53-3022   Bus Drivers, School or Special Client                                 16.20       17.39   18.58    12.05       17.33    22.62
  53-3031   Driver/Sales Workers                                                  12.92       15.01   17.10     8.45       14.08    23.80
  53-3032   Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers                               23.35       24.06   24.77    16.73       24.23    31.40
  53-3033   Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers                              18.90       20.68   22.46    12.09       19.30    32.90
  53-3041   Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                                           12.51       13.10   13.69     9.93       12.99    17.01
  53-3099   Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                                    21.59       23.94   26.29    16.03       24.69    30.71
  53-5011   Sailors and Marine Oilers                                             20.35       21.49   22.63    15.08       22.05    26.87
  53-5021   Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels                          27.73       31.08   34.43    16.99       29.26    46.69
  53-5031   Ship Engineers                                                        29.54       33.25   36.96    19.73       32.08    44.59
  53-6021   Parking Lot Attendants                                                10.24       11.09   11.94     8.43       10.75    14.50
  53-6031   Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants                          11.71       12.21   12.71     8.72       11.83    16.78
  53-6051   Transportation Inspectors                                             41.33       43.46   45.59    33.32       42.81    55.33
  53-6061   Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants                   11.77       12.61   13.45     9.79       12.42    16.05
  53-6099   Transportation Workers, All Other                                     17.52       18.89   20.26    12.03       17.55    30.43
  53-7021   Crane and Tower Operators                                             35.71       37.40   39.09    30.95       36.82    44.70
  53-7032   Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators                 27.99       30.63   33.27    23.45       30.01    41.35
  53-7051   Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                                17.00       18.52   20.04    11.02       16.75    31.70
  53-7061   Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment                                    11.27       12.05   12.83     8.96       11.20    15.48
  53-7062   Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand                15.84       16.45   17.06     9.97       15.52    24.22
  53-7064   Packers and Packagers, Hand                                           12.07       12.93   13.79     8.32       12.37    18.81
  53-7081   Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors                             18.44       20.01   21.58    13.48       18.19    29.33
  53-7199   Material Moving Workers, All Other                                    23.19       26.46   29.73    15.04       27.39    35.91

Note:
            (1) hourly wage greater than $90/hour, or an annual wage greater than $187,200.
            (2) estimates not released.
            Hourly wage rates for some occupations where workers typically
            work fewer than 2,080 hours per year are not available. In these
            cases, annual wages are provided.
Wage Definitions
Mean Wage:
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                                Statewide
SOC                                                                               95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                                    Occupation                                Low     Mean       High             10th     Median           90th
           Mean Hourly Wage:
           For each occupation, respondents are asked to report the number of employees paid within specific wage intervals. The intervals are
           defined both as hourly rates and the corresponding annual rates. The annual rates are calculated by multiplying the hourly wage rate
           for the interval by the typical work year of 2,080 hours. In reporting, the respondent can reference either the hourly or the annual rate,
           but is instructed to report the hourly rate for part-time workers.
           Mean Annual Wage:
           Workers in some occupations are paid an annual salary, but typically do not work a standard 52-week, 2,080 hours per year schedule.
           Since the survey does not collect the actual hours worked, the hourly rate cannot be calculated with a reasonable degree of confidence
           from the annual wages. For this reason, the annual salary is directly calculated from reported survey data and only annual wage
           estimates are reported for these occupations. Occupations such as these include musical and entertainment occupations, pilots and
           flight attendants, and teachers.

Median Wage:
Another "average wage" representing the value of the "middle" observation when the numbers are arranged from the smallest to largest. At that
point, one-half of the employees in the occupation earn more and one-half earn less. The median wage is the same as the 50th percentile wages.


Percentile Wages (includes the 10th, 50th, and 90th percentile):
This measure of wage is calculated by ranking workers in an occupation from lowest paid to highest paid. Then, it is easy to determine the wage
where a certain percentage of workers make this amount or less. For example, at the 10th percentile wage, ten percent of all wage earners in that
occupation make that wage or less. Similarly, at the 90th percentile, 90 percent of all wage earners in that occupation make that wage or less, and
conversely, 10 percent make more than that wage. An often used measure of wage is the Median Wage, which is the 50th percentile wage. At the
median wage, one-half of all workers make less than the indicated amount, while the other one-half earn more.



revised 04/2012
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                    Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                       95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                               Occupation                              Low    Mean       High            10th      Median        90th
 11-1011   Chief Executives                                                  72.40      78.06      83.72      44.06       67.49         (1)
 11-1021   General and Operations Manager                                    45.71      47.58      49.45      22.54       41.96      79.08
 11-2011   Advertising and Promotions Managers                               31.07      33.79      36.51      20.08       32.74      51.98
 11-2021   Marketing Managers                                                37.12      39.44      41.76      24.49       37.52      56.63
 11-2022   Sales Managers                                                    37.60      41.15      44.70      22.68       36.05      67.52
 11-2031   Public Relations and Fundraising Managers                         37.78      42.25      46.72      22.50       40.84      65.64
 11-3011   Administrative Services Managers                                  36.69      38.26      39.83      26.01       36.54      52.53
 11-3021   Computer and Information Systems Managers                         46.09      47.68      49.27      33.50       48.24      61.37
 11-3031   Financial Managers                                                46.30      50.67      55.04      26.21       46.08      82.31
 11-3051   Industrial Production Managers                                    43.13      52.24      61.35      25.52       41.30         (1)
 11-3061   Purchasing Managers                                               43.04      50.46      57.88      32.49       43.92      79.14
 11-3071   Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers                40.92      42.94      44.96      27.09       38.98      63.11
 11-3121   Human Resources Managers                                          45.26      47.79      50.32      30.62       46.58      67.77
 11-3131   Training and Development Managers                                 31.81      34.66      37.51      18.72       33.47      53.49
 11-9021   Construction Managers                                             49.20      52.16      55.12      31.91       50.37      72.86
           Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare
 11-9031   Center/Program                                                    16.65      19.84      23.03      13.65       18.67      26.69
 11-9041   Architectural and Engineering Managers                            54.78      78.69     102.60      47.88       68.09         (1)
 11-9051   Food Service Managers                                             20.47      23.25      26.03      15.31       21.50      35.08
 11-9111   Medical and Health Services Managers                              44.11      51.59      59.07      26.78       44.55      87.40
 11-9121   Natural Sciences Managers                                         43.26      44.84      46.42      33.74       43.88      56.91
           Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers
 11-9141                                                                     27.00      31.58      36.16      13.28       24.74      60.88
 11-9151 Social and Community Service Managers                               27.48      30.07      32.66      18.46       28.04      43.72
 11-9199 Managers, All Other                                                 41.05      43.98      46.91      21.73       41.53      68.08
 13-1022 Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products                   26.23      27.93      29.63      19.23       29.12      35.86
           Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm
 13-1023   Products                                                          31.83      33.96      36.09      20.03       32.28      50.83
 13-1031   Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators                    30.24      32.47      34.70      21.03       31.99      45.26
 13-1041   Compliance Officers                                               29.72      31.91      34.10      22.19       30.75      45.48
 13-1051   Cost Estimators                                                   35.39      38.00      40.61      23.08       36.51      55.14
           Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists,
 13-1078   All Other                                                         27.30      29.50      31.70      18.61       27.15      45.01
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                    Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                       95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                               Occupation                              Low    Mean       High            10th      Median        90th
 13-1081   Logisticians                                                      35.18      37.07      38.96      24.87       35.75      55.04
 13-1111   Management Analysts                                               34.36      39.64      44.92      23.27       35.77      60.84
 13-1121   Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners                           21.42      23.59      25.76      14.71       25.01      29.02
 13-1141   Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists              28.88      31.27      33.66      19.20       31.36      43.20
 13-1151   Training and Development Specialists                              25.32      27.19      29.06      16.67       25.94      39.65
 13-1161   Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists                26.83      28.75      30.67      16.35       27.39      45.55
 13-1199   Business Operations Specialists, All Other                        33.94      35.47      37.00      21.01       33.75      52.27
 13-2011   Accountants and Auditors                                          32.10      33.68      35.26      21.02       31.35      50.28
 13-2021   Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                           29.20      38.08      46.96      23.37       35.70      55.28
 13-2031   Budget Analysts                                                   31.20      33.50      35.80      23.27       31.18      45.48
 13-2051   Financial Analysts                                                39.61      43.63      47.65      23.68       40.22      69.20
 13-2052   Personal Financial Advisors                                       29.02      31.22      33.42      13.66       25.66      63.78
 13-2053   Insurance Underwriters                                            28.82      32.45      36.08      21.71       31.64      44.56
 13-2061   Financial Examiners                                               25.65      31.14      36.63      14.49       32.16      42.88
 13-2072   Loan Officers                                                     31.44      36.36      41.28      20.30       31.32      73.19
 13-2082   Tax Preparers                                                     23.95      26.49      29.03      14.12       25.14      41.26
 13-2099   Financial Specialists, All Other                                  30.20      32.84      35.48      20.02       31.54      48.15
 15-1121   Computer Systems Analysts                                         34.94      37.05      39.16      23.04       37.11      53.28
 15-1131   Computer Programmers                                              33.39      35.11      36.83      21.44       34.68      49.35
 15-1132   Software Developers, Applications                                 35.91      38.15      40.39      23.88       36.00      55.44
 15-1133   Software Developers, Systems Software                             38.46      40.53      42.60      30.17       40.22      54.45
 15-1141   Database Administrators                                           37.65      39.59      41.53      22.22       41.50      54.32
 15-1142   Network and Computer Systems Administrators                       33.69      35.06      36.43      23.45       34.36      46.25
 15-1150   Computer Support Specialists                                      24.22      25.21      26.20      17.82       23.28      36.25
           Information Security Analysts, Web Developers, and
 15-1179   Computer Network Architects                                       28.89      31.69      34.49      16.81       31.86      48.34
 15-1799   Computer Occupations, All Other                                   35.39      38.65      41.91      25.46       39.80      49.50
 15-2031   Operations Research Analysts                                      27.82      31.04      34.26      19.09       30.40      51.39
 17-1011   Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                            35.97      42.96      49.95      25.92       40.34      64.95
 17-1021   Cartographers and Photogrammetrists                               26.71      28.44      30.17      20.62       27.41      38.24
 17-1022   Surveyors                                                         33.53      35.77      38.01      25.47       36.82      45.01
 17-2051   Civil Engineers                                                   42.45      44.91      47.37      27.41       42.28      64.51
                                                  May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                   Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                       95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                                  Occupation                           Low    Mean       High            10th      Median        90th
 17-2061   Computer Hardware Engineers                                       32.72      35.65      38.58      26.12       37.75      44.80
 17-2071   Electrical Engineers                                              42.28      48.13      53.98      31.29       45.40      66.05
 17-2072   Electronics Engineers, Except Computer                            44.25      49.81      55.37      36.13       45.75      77.31
 17-2081   Environmental Engineers                                           48.25      56.44      64.63      32.66       48.41         (1)
           Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers
 17-2111   and Inspectors                                                    46.39      49.70      53.01      31.95       50.06      69.44
 17-2112   Industrial Engineers                                              50.49      54.21      57.93      37.74       52.24      78.68
 17-2141   Mechanical Engineers                                              42.83      50.10      57.37      29.19       45.09      71.14
           Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety
 17-2151   Engineers                                                         45.55      51.73      57.91      39.13       51.66      68.07
 17-2171   Petroleum Engineers                                               68.26      75.02      81.78      45.20       69.38         (1)
 17-2199   Engineers, All Other                                              51.22      55.82      60.42      35.87       52.55      82.20
 17-3011   Architectural and Civil Drafters                                  26.74      36.46      46.18      20.01       27.92      66.61
 17-3012   Electrical and Electronics Drafters                               24.16      29.06      33.96      20.12       30.48      36.17
 17-3013   Mechanical Drafters                                               30.26      35.97      41.68      20.79       34.78      52.95
 17-3022   Civil Engineering Technicians                                     26.62      29.32      32.02      17.80       27.20      44.52
 17-3023   Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians                 33.22      34.72      36.22      23.55       34.72      47.48
 17-3025   Environmental Engineering Technicians                             27.70      29.25      30.80      21.62       28.72      37.61
 17-3026   Industrial Engineering Technicians                                30.06      31.67      33.28      24.78       31.65      40.63
 17-3027   Mechanical Engineering Technicians                                29.24      31.39      33.54      21.83       31.35      42.92
 17-3029   Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other               29.84      31.64      33.44      17.03       31.74      45.44
 17-3031   Surveying and Mapping Technicians                                 22.98      24.21      25.44      14.18       24.48      33.74
 19-1023   Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                                28.58      29.99      31.40      19.93       28.83      43.87
 19-1029   Biological Scientists, All Other                                  33.53      34.83      36.13      23.07       35.43      45.45
 19-1031   Conservation Scientists                                           41.40      44.36      47.32      24.85       43.88      61.36
 19-1099   Life Scientists, All Other                                        25.73      27.39      29.05      20.68       25.70      35.11
 19-2031   Chemists                                                          15.30      18.23      21.16      12.61       15.59      31.33
           Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health
 19-2041                                                                     33.34      35.65      37.96      22.58       32.85      55.33
 19-2042 Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers                  49.59      56.83      64.07      23.28       52.17         (1)
 19-2043 Hydrologists                                                        36.99      38.66      40.33      24.83       38.24      52.16
 19-2099 Physical Scientists, All Other                                      35.31      36.98      38.65      19.03       36.54      53.75
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                    Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                       95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                               Occupation                              Low    Mean       High            10th      Median        90th
 19-3011   Economists                                                        36.72      39.93      43.14      29.33       40.36      52.03
 19-3031   Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists                    29.15      34.90      40.65      20.33       31.97      54.77
 19-3051   Urban and Regional Planners                                       35.66      37.04      38.42      25.09       34.88      52.16
 19-3091   Anthropologists and Archeologists                                 32.90      34.67      36.44      22.20       34.87      45.48
 19-3099   Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other                  31.76      32.85      33.94      23.16       31.90      44.58
 19-4041   Geological and Petroleum Technicians                              32.14      36.59      41.04      19.63       34.78      55.31
           Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including
 19-4091   Health                                                            20.47      22.12      23.77      14.59       20.11      34.67
 19-4093   Forest and Conservation Technicians                               18.09      18.87      19.65      15.35       18.11      25.70
 19-4099   Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other         21.32      22.05      22.78      15.11       19.99      31.61
 21-1011   Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors                21.07      22.96      24.85      16.02       21.17      34.17
           Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors
 21-1012                                                                     32.87      35.07      37.27      22.00       34.28      50.63
 21-1013   Marriage and Family Therapists                                    19.15      22.25      25.35      12.47       20.16      38.83
 21-1014   Mental Health Counselors                                          27.34      28.57      29.80      18.84       28.20      40.20
 21-1015   Rehabilitation Counselors                                         23.00      24.49      25.98      19.30       22.61      33.47
 21-1019   Counselors, All Other                                             20.56      24.84      29.12      14.57       25.12      34.52
 21-1021   Child, Family, and School Social Workers                          14.64      17.90      21.16      11.97       14.83      28.28
 21-1022   Healthcare Social Workers                                         19.48      23.49      27.50       8.89       22.72      34.95
 21-1023   Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers                  18.78      20.21      21.64      15.01       19.58      27.74
 21-1029   Social Workers, All Other                                         25.49      26.53      27.57      19.33       24.87      37.32
 21-1091   Health Educators                                                  29.48      30.94      32.40      16.77       27.30      58.04
 21-1093   Social and Human Service Assistants                               16.90      17.92      18.94      12.57       17.54      24.34
 21-1798   Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other               18.54      22.14      25.74      15.19       22.01      31.32
 21-2011   Clergy                                                            16.42      20.57      24.72      15.32       17.90      29.73
 23-1011   Lawyers                                                           47.26      56.84      66.42      32.81       49.29         (1)
 23-2011   Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                   23.95      25.39      26.83      19.82       24.20      32.79
 23-2093   Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers                       30.35      33.07      35.79      26.10       32.85      41.62
 23-2099   Legal Support Workers, All Other                                  19.92      21.71      23.50      19.38       21.57      23.62
 25-1194   Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary                      41.37      44.32      47.27      35.47       44.92      55.46
 25-2011   Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education                      15.25      16.37      17.49      12.18       16.44      20.90
                                                  May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                   Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                       95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                                Occupation                             Low    Mean       High            10th       Median       90th
           Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers
 25-3011   and Instructors                                                   18.32      20.72      23.12      15.43        18.59     28.67
 25-3021   Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                                18.42      21.16      23.90      15.85        20.35     30.27
 25-4031   Library Technicians                                               17.64      18.43      19.22      13.08        18.06     24.54
 25-9031   Instructional Coordinators                                        27.97      32.64      37.31      15.25        33.03     48.76
 27-1023   Floral Designers                                                  10.59      12.00      13.41       8.53        12.06     15.92
 27-1024   Graphic Designers                                                 23.49      27.16      30.83      14.98        25.90     42.30
 27-1026   Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers                        15.05      16.30      17.55      14.13        16.27     18.14
 27-2012   Producers and Directors                                           17.26      19.91      22.56      13.77        18.23     28.49
 27-2022   Coaches and Scouts                                               40,105     42,610     45,115     31,530       42,370    48,460
 27-3011   Radio and Television Announcers                                   13.75      16.85      19.95       8.58        19.19     22.84
 27-3022   Reporters and Correspondents                                      19.79      21.84      23.89      15.41        22.12     28.70
 27-3031   Public Relations Specialists                                      25.48      30.72      35.96      16.89        24.57     44.61
 27-3041   Editors                                                           23.99      25.81      27.63      15.45        24.75     39.63
 27-3042   Technical Writers                                                 27.40      29.60      31.80      21.01        27.84     42.13
 27-3043   Writers and Authors                                               24.32      31.48      38.64      20.59        30.49     43.95
 27-3099   Media and Communication Workers, All Other                        21.03      22.67      24.31      13.41        22.21     31.77
 27-4011   Audio and Video Equipment Technicians                             15.17      16.89      18.61      11.90        16.57     22.71
 27-4012   Broadcast Technicians                                             15.20      18.20      21.20      10.22        20.08     22.52
 29-1031   Dietitians and Nutritionists                                      30.36      31.92      33.48      23.50        32.17     42.04
 29-1051   Pharmacists                                                       59.12      60.91      62.70      50.10        62.40     71.99
 29-1061   Anesthesiologists                                                    (1)        (1)        (1)        (1)          (1)       (1)
 29-1062   Family and General Practitioners                                  64.82      86.08     107.34      27.08        85.21        (1)
 29-1067   Surgeons                                                             (1)        (1)        (1)        (1)          (1)       (1)
 29-1069   Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                                83.65     110.22     136.79      76.67           (1)       (1)
 29-1071   Physician Assistants                                              42.63      45.20      47.77      37.80        43.27     56.52
 29-1111   Registered Nurses                                                 38.89      39.99      41.09      29.74        39.42     53.04
 29-1122   Occupational Therapists                                           37.48      40.16      42.84      29.51        38.38     55.98
 29-1123   Physical Therapists                                               40.18      44.45      48.72      31.54        42.70     64.24
 29-1126   Respiratory Therapists                                            30.51      31.75      32.99      25.27        32.46     36.57
 29-1127   Speech-Language Pathologists                                      40.89      42.82      44.75      30.69        41.64     57.40
 29-1131   Veterinarians                                                     36.14      44.09      52.04      31.38        41.76     64.03
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                    Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                         95 % Confidence Interval                  Percentile
Code                                Occupation                               Low    Mean       High          10th      Median        90th
 29-1199   Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other            37.56     42.01      46.46      24.54       34.78      71.09
 29-2011   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists                      28.17     31.09      34.01      16.55       33.78      43.36
 29-2012   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians                        22.25     26.02      29.79      15.64       24.33      41.03
 29-2021   Dental Hygienists                                                  33.78     40.53      47.28      29.79       40.78      54.65
 29-2031   Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians                       33.54     39.68      45.82      22.39       41.25      54.89
 29-2032   Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                                    35.33     36.77      38.21      30.10       36.74      44.74
 29-2037   Radiologic Technologists and Technicians                           31.45     32.73      34.01      25.11       32.62      42.26
 29-2041   Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                       26.20     28.13      30.06      18.60       27.26      40.08
 29-2051   Dietetic Technicians                                               14.77     16.34      17.91      12.42       15.57      21.90
 29-2052   Pharmacy Technicians                                               17.84     19.19      20.54      13.88       18.76      25.86
 29-2055   Surgical Technologists                                             23.93     25.32      26.71      19.77       24.82      32.14
 29-2056   Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                           17.37     19.17      20.97      15.32       19.41      22.80
 29-2061   Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                  24.04     24.82      25.60      19.11       25.24      30.77
 29-2071   Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                 18.14     19.15      20.16      13.32       18.35      26.32
 29-2081   Opticians, Dispensing                                              18.12     19.87      21.62      13.02       18.54      27.53
 29-2799   Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other                    19.19     23.70      28.21      11.90       24.06      36.27
 29-9011   Occupational Health and Safety Specialists                         33.08     34.93      36.78      22.68       34.38      48.12
           Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other
 29-9799                                                                      31.33     32.68      34.03      18.54       34.32      43.29
 31-1011   Home Health Aides                                                  12.22     13.76      15.30       8.61       14.93      17.86
 31-1012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                           16.15     16.61      17.07      12.85       16.59      20.90
 31-1013   Psychiatric Aides                                                  15.97     17.90      19.83      11.20       18.21      23.00
 31-9011   Massage Therapists                                                 36.94     41.50      46.06      22.83       46.04      55.42
 31-9091   Dental Assistants                                                  19.50     21.48      23.46      14.81       21.84      27.57
 31-9092   Medical Assistants                                                 16.83     18.11      19.39      12.46       18.04      23.24
 31-9093   Medical Equipment Preparers                                        11.70     15.70      19.70      10.18       16.05      22.03
 31-9094   Medical Transcriptionists                                          21.31     22.64      23.97      18.77       22.83      27.76
 31-9096   Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers             11.48     13.84      16.20       8.55       14.06      19.22
 31-9799   Healthcare Support Workers, All Other                              16.22     17.71      19.20      11.71       17.54      22.98
 33-1012   First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives                    43.42     45.19      46.96      37.09       44.00      57.54
           First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers
 33-1021                                                                      33.24     34.67      36.10      26.09       34.07      45.02
                                                    May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                     Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                          95 % Confidence Interval                  Percentile
Code                                 Occupation                               Low    Mean       High         10th       Median       90th
           First-Line Supervisors of Protective Service Workers, All Other
 33-1099                                                                       23.29    25.00      26.72      19.22        23.49     34.04
 33-2011   Firefighters                                                        24.06    25.35      26.64      18.93        25.81     31.34
 33-3021   Fire Inspectors and Investigators                                   44.91    46.84      48.77      33.75        43.60     61.86
 33-3051   Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                                31.75    33.11      34.47      22.83        33.58     43.41
 33-9032   Security Guards                                                     13.96    15.02      16.08       9.90        13.85     23.04
           Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective
 33-9092   Service                                                             12.05    12.86      13.67       8.81        12.30     17.51
 33-9093   Transportation Security Screeners                                      (2)   17.23         (2)     14.28        16.81     20.91
 33-9099   Protective Service Workers, All Other                               15.71    18.13      20.55      11.68        14.72     29.51
           First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving
 35-1012   Workers                                                             13.90    15.48      17.06       9.96        14.59     22.83
 35-2011   Cooks, Fast Food                                                     9.21     9.93      10.65       8.11         9.24     13.15
 35-2012   Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                                    15.33    16.19      17.05      12.22        15.66     21.22
 35-2014   Cooks, Restaurant                                                   13.32    14.36      15.40      10.94        14.27     17.85
 35-2015   Cooks, Short Order                                                   9.48    10.33      11.18       8.27        10.14     13.14
 35-2019   Cooks, All Other                                                    12.49    14.22      15.95       9.97        14.12     18.46
 35-2021   Food Preparation Workers                                            10.27    11.54      12.81       8.26        10.47     17.04
 35-3011   Bartenders                                                          11.43    12.56      13.69       8.75        12.23     17.22
           Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including
 35-3021   Fast Food                                                            9.01     9.59      10.17        8.05        8.94     12.37
           Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee
 35-3022   Shop                                                                 9.34    10.09      10.84        8.15        9.69     12.84
 35-3031   Waiters and Waitresses                                               9.81    10.88      11.95        8.12        9.22     16.49
 35-3041   Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                                         10.83    11.80      12.77        8.21       10.18     17.24
           Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers
 35-9011                                                                        9.12     9.67      10.22        8.20        9.62     11.28
 35-9021 Dishwashers                                                            9.24    10.20      11.16        8.13        9.29     15.13
           Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop
 35-9031                                                                        8.76     9.49      10.22        8.06        8.94     12.44
           Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other
 35-9099                                                                       10.65    12.84      15.03        9.69       12.03     17.31
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                    Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                        95 % Confidence Interval                   Percentile
Code                                 Occupation                             Low    Mean       High           10th      Median        90th
           First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers
 37-1011                                                                     16.20      17.65      19.10      10.76       15.10      29.46
           First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and
 37-1012   Groundskeeping Workers                                            22.23      29.75      37.27      19.34       29.41      43.86
           Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping
 37-2011   Cleaners                                                          12.49      14.28      16.07       8.97       13.27      22.37
 37-2012   Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                   10.30      10.92      11.54       8.28       10.71      14.23
 37-3011   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                            13.35      14.55      15.75       9.13       14.48      20.43
 37-3019   Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other                            18.76      19.97      21.18      14.09       20.21      27.32
 39-1021   First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers                17.59      19.54      21.49      11.63       18.17      27.18
 39-2021   Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                                         11.14      13.59      16.04       8.55       13.89      18.16
 39-3011   Gaming Dealers                                                     8.72      10.02      11.32       8.11        9.25      13.50
 39-3031   Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers                        8.23       8.76       9.29       8.02        8.70       9.39
 39-3091   Amusement and Recreation Attendants                                9.17      10.28      11.39       8.13        9.24      13.98
 39-5012   Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists                    11.36      13.05      14.74       8.80       11.11      21.07
 39-6011   Baggage Porters and Bellhops                                       9.74      10.10      10.46       8.11        9.24      13.39
 39-7011   Tour Guides and Escorts                                           13.56      17.73      21.90      10.29       19.80      22.86
 39-9011   Childcare Workers                                                 10.46      10.93      11.40       8.31       10.28      15.07
 39-9021   Personal Care Aides                                               12.62      13.30      13.98       8.96       13.60      17.42
 39-9031   Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors                         15.42      17.51      19.60       8.62       17.73      26.87
 39-9032   Recreation Workers                                                14.84      15.97      17.10      10.42       14.86      23.28
 39-9099   Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other                      12.72      14.58      16.44       8.58       13.48      22.64
 41-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers                    19.00      20.36      21.72      12.46       17.96      31.42
 41-1012   First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers                28.97      34.04      39.11      14.38       31.71      62.06
 41-2011   Cashiers                                                          10.92      11.32      11.72       8.52       10.86      14.64
 41-2021   Counter and Rental Clerks                                         12.20      13.24      14.28       9.29       12.58      17.93
 41-2022   Parts Salespersons                                                16.92      18.88      20.84      12.01       18.54      27.49
 41-2031   Retail Salespersons                                               12.46      13.13      13.80       8.77       11.44      19.32
 41-3011   Advertising Sales Agents                                          21.52      23.30      25.08      13.16       21.73      34.61
 41-3021   Insurance Sales Agents                                            23.84      31.01      38.18      18.94       22.37      44.14
           Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents
 41-3031                                                                     23.00      35.11      47.22      16.05       24.73      71.98
                                                  May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                   Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                       95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                              Occupation                               Low    Mean       High            10th      Median        90th
 41-3041 Travel Agents                                                       15.01      17.13      19.25       9.05       17.53      22.42
 41-3099 Sales Representatives, Services, All Other                          26.68      29.01      31.34      17.56       25.98      44.93
           Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing,
 41-4011   Technical and Scientific Products                                 32.93      37.99      43.05      21.08       36.41      56.34
           Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except
 41-4012   Technical and Scientific Products                                 24.57      26.16      27.75      15.77       24.47      36.37
 41-9011   Demonstrators and Product Promoters                               11.07      12.49      13.91      10.02       11.77      14.49
 41-9022   Real Estate Sales Agents                                          28.70      31.68      34.66      20.68       31.90      42.74
 41-9031   Sales Engineers                                                   28.30      33.64      38.98      24.26       30.66      44.71
 41-9799   Sales and Related Workers, All Other                              14.92      15.98      17.04       9.89       14.07      22.40
           First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support
 43-1011   Workers                                                           25.48      26.31      27.14      16.79       24.89      38.31
 43-2011   Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service                13.14      14.05      14.96      10.50       13.66      17.94
 43-3011   Bill and Account Collectors                                       18.55      19.59      20.63      14.81       18.59      27.19
 43-3021   Billing and Posting Clerks                                        18.67      19.24      19.81      15.16       18.89      23.43
 43-3031   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                      18.58      19.46      20.34      12.34       19.02      27.46
 43-3051   Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                    18.36      19.47      20.58      13.09       19.87      26.37
 43-3061   Procurement Clerks                                                20.39      21.14      21.89      15.88       20.83      27.61
 43-3071   Tellers                                                           13.51      14.03      14.55      12.02       13.71      17.27
 43-4011   Brokerage Clerks                                                  19.63      20.35      21.07      14.64       19.76      28.22
 43-4031   Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                              16.95      18.35      19.75      10.95       17.54      25.45
 43-4051   Customer Service Representatives                                  17.07      17.80      18.53      11.06       17.07      26.19
 43-4061   Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                     21.53      22.83      24.13      19.34       21.47      28.57
 43-4071   File Clerks                                                       14.30      15.92      17.54       9.26       15.79      23.33
 43-4081   Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                              10.52      12.00      13.48       8.69       11.41      16.40
 43-4111   Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan                         12.92      15.15      17.38       9.96       14.89      22.37
 43-4131   Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                      17.32      18.17      19.02      14.71       17.54      23.50
 43-4141   New Accounts Clerks                                               13.75      14.73      15.71      12.08       14.11      18.23
 43-4151   Order Clerks                                                      15.29      17.52      19.75      10.30       16.44      26.95
           Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping
 43-4161                                                                     19.16      19.86      20.56      13.97       19.34      26.43
 43-4171 Receptionists and Information Clerks                                13.94      14.42      14.90       9.82       14.50      18.74
                                                    May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                     Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                        95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                                Occupation                              Low    Mean       High           10th       Median       90th
           Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel
 43-4181   Clerks                                                            13.53      14.35      15.17      10.18        13.63     19.87
 43-4199   Information and Record Clerks, All Other                          19.56      20.83      22.10      13.54        19.98     30.26
 43-5011   Cargo and Freight Agents                                          14.86      16.92      18.98      10.21        15.84     25.88
 43-5021   Couriers and Messengers                                           11.99      14.46      16.93       9.91        12.92     22.10
 43-5032   Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance                   19.07      20.35      21.63      12.63        19.01     29.23
 43-5051   Postal Service Clerks                                             23.52      25.47      27.42      25.52        25.53     26.09
 43-5052   Postal Service Mail Carriers                                      24.05      25.98      27.91      23.67        26.69     26.70
           Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing
 43-5053   Machine Operators                                                 21.56      23.34      25.12      12.01        25.52     25.53
 43-5061   Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                       19.16      20.40      21.64      10.69        19.08     32.45
 43-5071   Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                           18.34      19.41      20.48      12.52        18.05     27.57
 43-5081   Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                    12.66      13.56      14.46       9.66        11.63     21.35
           Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping
 43-5111                                                                     10.00      14.86      19.72        8.55       13.21     22.68
           Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants
 43-6011                                                                     23.33      24.13      24.93      16.50        23.32     33.85
 43-6012 Legal Secretaries                                                   19.22      21.73      24.24      16.24        20.91     28.47
 43-6013 Medical Secretaries                                                 17.46      18.55      19.64      14.02        17.88     24.58
           Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal,
 43-6014   Medical, and Executive                                            18.32      18.95      19.58      13.31        18.53     25.82
 43-9011   Computer Operators                                                22.12      23.95      25.78      15.92        23.93     33.30
 43-9021   Data Entry Keyers                                                 15.34      16.26      17.18      11.56        16.35     21.55
 43-9022   Word Processors and Typists                                       16.79      18.03      19.27      12.23        16.90     25.19
 43-9041   Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks                     21.53      22.78      24.03      15.73        23.17     28.82
           Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal
 43-9051   Service                                                           10.81      12.50      14.19       8.35        11.05     18.15
 43-9061   Office Clerks, General                                            16.60      17.00      17.40      11.02        16.29     23.57
 43-9071   Office Machine Operators, Except Computer                         13.03      15.35      17.67       9.10        14.68     22.05
 43-9799   Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other              22.45      24.05      25.65      15.36        21.70     35.23
 47-1011   Supervisors of Construction and Extraction Workers                37.83      39.86      41.89      22.19        38.91     59.71
 47-2021   Stonemasons                                                       18.50      25.50      32.50      19.59        23.68     34.51
                                                    May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                     Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                         95 % Confidence Interval                  Percentile
Code                                Occupation                               Low    Mean       High          10th      Median        90th
 47-2031   Carpenters                                                         27.26     29.15      31.04      17.80       30.56      39.08
 47-2051   Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                               27.70     30.06      32.42      24.26       28.44      40.43
 47-2061   Construction Laborers                                              20.27     21.99      23.71      12.53       21.15      34.05
 47-2071   Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators                 15.84     20.50      25.16      12.52       16.55      34.13
 47-2072   Pile-Driver Operators                                              29.31     31.67      34.03      20.34       32.75      42.78
           Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment
 47-2073   Operators                                                          29.76     31.42      33.08      21.43       31.22      42.56
 47-2111   Electricians                                                       32.26     33.92      35.58      22.88       34.95      44.27
 47-2131   Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall                       21.70     26.80      31.90      15.39       25.36      43.00
 47-2141   Painters, Construction and Maintenance                             17.60     21.73      25.86      11.34       19.34      33.92
 47-2152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                            28.02     31.90      35.78      19.25       29.86      46.81
 47-2181   Roofers                                                            18.85     21.46      24.07      13.60       20.94      31.29
 47-2211   Sheet Metal Workers                                                23.60     26.80      30.00      16.20       26.18      40.68
 47-2221   Structural Iron and Steel Workers                                  28.08     30.47      32.86      15.38       29.79      45.45
 47-3012   Helpers--Carpenters                                                17.73     19.32      20.91       9.69       19.24      27.60
 47-4011   Construction and Building Inspectors                               32.30     33.48      34.66      25.64       33.58      42.79
 47-4041   Hazardous Materials Removal Workers                                22.58     28.02      33.46      19.94       27.36      38.87
 47-4799   Construction and Related Workers, All Other                        25.49     27.14      28.79      21.69       26.51      33.52
 47-5011   Derrick Operators, Oil and Gas                                     28.72     30.90      33.08      25.59       31.73      35.62
 47-5012   Rotary Drill Operators, Oil and Gas                                34.30     37.22      40.14      29.22       38.76      44.63
 47-5021   Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas                                 18.75     22.44      26.13      19.23       21.83      27.47
 47-5071   Roustabouts, Oil and Gas                                           23.40     26.00      28.60      16.92       26.74      33.91
 47-5081   Helpers--Extraction Workers                                        20.46     24.26      28.06      20.00       24.61      28.58
           First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
 49-1011                                                                      34.50     36.20      37.90      21.02       37.63      50.30
           Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers
 49-2011                                                                      17.24     20.35      23.46      11.88       18.42      32.91
           Radio, Cellular, and Tower Equipment Installers and Repairs
 49-2021                                                                      22.09     28.44      34.79      15.51       30.02      42.12
         Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers,
 49-2022 Except Line Installers                                               25.94     29.27      32.60      16.27       29.16      43.02
 49-2091 Avionics Technicians                                                 22.12     24.52      26.92      10.66       29.43      34.72
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                    Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                       95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                               Occupation                              Low    Mean       High            10th      Median        90th
         Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and
 49-2094 Industrial Equipment                                                29.59      32.80      36.01      21.02       34.57      40.36
         Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles
 49-2096                                                                     12.11      14.40      16.69       9.05       14.97      18.15
 49-2098   Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                        21.53      24.62      27.71      16.21       23.56      34.74
 49-3011   Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                        28.42      29.88      31.34      21.57       29.75      38.90
 49-3021   Automotive Body and Related Repairers                             24.50      27.64      30.78      19.88       29.54      35.46
 49-3023   Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                      23.82      25.41      27.00      15.70       25.61      35.38
 49-3031   Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists             26.80      28.24      29.68      18.25       27.38      40.96
 49-3042   Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines                  29.97      31.71      33.45      23.96       32.22      40.26
 49-3051   Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians                       21.06      23.40      25.74      19.55       23.05      28.50
 49-3052   Motorcycle Mechanics                                              13.36      16.91      20.46       8.79       18.14      22.37
 49-3093   Tire Repairers and Changers                                       11.99      13.77      15.55      10.12       13.06      19.42
           Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and
 49-9021   Installers                                                        24.69      26.18      27.67      20.51       26.15      33.40
 49-9031   Home Appliance Repairers                                          16.25      20.36      24.47      13.65       20.05      27.69
 49-9041   Industrial Machinery Mechanics                                    27.49      29.39      31.29      20.50       30.98      35.67
 49-9043   Maintenance Workers, Machinery                                    28.71      32.76      36.81      23.82       30.44      48.36
 49-9051   Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers                    38.01      39.64      41.27      31.69       40.51      46.30
 49-9052   Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers                  23.23      28.89      34.55      15.01       30.99      43.59
 49-9062   Medical Equipment Repairers                                       24.52      26.55      28.58      19.56       24.23      36.69
 49-9071   Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                           20.47      21.57      22.67      12.81       19.10      34.71
 49-9094   Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                                     15.42      16.08      16.74      10.38       15.27      22.56
           Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers
 49-9098                                                                     16.10      17.21      18.32      10.67       16.42      26.16
           Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other
 49-9799                                                                     25.55      28.33      31.11      17.07       28.09      41.90
           First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers
 51-1011                                                                     30.25      32.89      35.53      18.17       29.77      48.46
 51-2092 Team Assemblers                                                      9.42      10.49      11.56       8.14        9.25      14.25
 51-2099 Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other                               14.63      16.62      18.61      10.68       15.22      24.75
 51-3011 Bakers                                                              13.74      15.27      16.80      10.03       14.11      22.12
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                    Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
(The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                     Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                       95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                                 Occupation                            Low    Mean       High            10th      Median        90th
 51-3021   Butchers and Meat Cutters                                         17.88      19.32      20.76      12.53       18.59      27.38
 51-3092   Food Batchmakers                                                  10.35      13.92      17.49       8.76       12.61      23.93
 51-4041   Machinists                                                        24.73      26.28      27.83      17.42       23.51      38.17
 51-4121   Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                          28.96      30.51      32.06      22.00       29.33      41.84
 51-5112   Printing Press Operators                                          18.24      21.14      24.04      13.24       20.70      31.23
 51-5113   Print Binding and Finishing Workers                               12.33      15.12      17.91       8.36       15.36      24.15
 51-6011   Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                                  10.36      11.93      13.50       8.33       10.41      18.66
 51-6021   Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials                  8.96       9.70      10.44       8.16        9.76      11.43
 51-6031   Sewing Machine Operators                                          15.02      16.30      17.58      12.30       16.23      20.96
 51-7011   Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                                14.18      16.62      19.06      10.67       16.23      22.47
           Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System
 51-8031   Operators                                                         29.35      31.38      33.41      18.86       32.53      42.03
           Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery Operators, and
 51-8093   Gaugers                                                           37.22      41.35      45.48      27.71       41.36      55.23
 51-8099   Plant and System Operators, All Other                             25.84      28.16      30.48      12.96       30.99      42.14
           Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still
 51-9012   Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                           16.10      18.96      21.82      12.00       17.99      27.67
 51-9061   Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers              27.88      31.60      35.32      17.32       33.14      43.37
 51-9081   Dental Laboratory Technicians                                     23.49      28.32      33.15      18.21       29.82      35.52
 51-9111   Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders               11.41      13.11      14.81       9.14       11.40      20.09
           Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine
 51-9151   Operators                                                         12.96      14.34      15.72       9.98       13.04      20.78
 51-9198   Helpers--Production Workers                                       13.13      14.88      16.63       9.60       14.30      21.84
 51-9399   Production Workers, All Other                                     21.73      28.05      34.37       9.97       15.47      64.36
 53-1011   Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors                               22.35      26.38      30.41      15.81       21.78      42.68
           First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material
 53-1021   Movers, Hand                                                      26.10      27.90      29.70      16.70       25.92      43.19
           First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving
 53-1031   Machine and Vehicle Operators                                     28.84      31.63      34.42      18.53       29.99      47.76
 53-2021   Air Traffic Controllers                                           46.28      50.11      53.94      26.68       46.73      71.34
 53-2022   Airfield Operations Specialists                                   27.83      30.72      33.61      20.75       28.23      43.65
 53-3021   Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                                14.99      15.93      16.87      11.86       13.98      22.85
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                    Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
 (The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                      Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                        95 % Confidence Interval                    Percentile
Code                                 Occupation                             Low    Mean       High            10th      Median        90th
  53-3022   Bus Drivers, School or Special Client                             17.31      18.70      20.09      15.09       18.33      23.18
  53-3031   Driver/Sales Workers                                              12.39      15.04      17.69       8.52       14.40      23.25
  53-3032   Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers                           22.40      23.41      24.42      16.20       23.40      29.93
  53-3033   Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers                          18.26      20.42      22.58      11.83       18.78      33.25
  53-3041   Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                                       12.51      13.32      14.13      10.00       13.27      17.21
  53-5011   Sailors and Marine Oilers                                         21.88      24.42      26.96      18.77       23.22      32.91
  53-5021   Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels                      35.54      39.66      43.78      27.07       34.55      59.80
  53-6021   Parking Lot Attendants                                            10.31      11.16      12.01       8.50       10.81      14.54
  53-6031   Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants                      11.65      12.35      13.05       8.75       12.77      14.69
  53-6061   Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants               11.56      12.54      13.52       9.44       12.68      15.58
  53-6099   Transportation Workers, All Other                                 16.80      18.47      20.14      12.40       16.59      30.78
            Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators
  53-7032                                                                     27.45      31.89      36.33      23.66       31.84      42.89
  53-7051   Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                            17.90      20.15      22.40      11.62       18.54      33.58
  53-7061   Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment                                10.91      11.50      12.09       8.85       10.96      14.30
  53-7062   Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand            15.32      16.21      17.10       9.91       14.61      25.34
  53-7064   Packers and Packagers, Hand                                       11.43      12.48      13.53       8.29       11.96      18.40
  53-7081   Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors                         19.63      21.16      22.69      15.35       17.66      33.85
  53-7199   Material Moving Workers, All Other                                22.84      27.03      31.22      16.02       30.54      35.53

Note:
            (1) hourly wage greater than $90/hour, or an annual wage greater than $187,200.
            (2) estimates not released.
            Hourly wage rates for some occupations where workers
            typically work fewer than 2,080 hours per year are not
            available. In these cases, annual wages are provided.
Wage Definitions
Mean Wage:
                                                    May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                     Anchorage / Mat-Su Area
 (The Anchorage / Mat-Su Area includes the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and is also known as the Anchorage
                                                      Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA))

SOC                                                                          95 % Confidence Interval                   Percentile
Code                               Occupation                                 Low    Mean       High            10th     Median          90th
           Mean Hourly Wage:
           For each occupation, respondents are asked to report the number of employees paid within specific wage intervals. The intervals
           are defined both as hourly rates and the corresponding annual rates. The annual rates are calculated by multiplying the hourly
           wage rate for the interval by the typical work year of 2,080 hours. In reporting, the respondent can reference either the hourly or
           the annual rate, but is instructed to report the hourly rate for part-time workers.
           Mean Annual Wage:
           Workers in some occupations are paid an annual salary, but typically do not work a standard 52-week, 2,080 hours per year
           schedule. Since the survey does not collect the actual hours worked, the hourly rate cannot be calculated with a reasonable
           degree of confidence from the annual wages. For this reason, the annual salary is directly calculated from reported survey data
           and only annual wage estimates are reported for these occupations. Occupations such as these include musical and
           entertainment occupations, pilots and flight attendants, and teachers.
Median Wage:
Another "average wage" representing the value of the "middle" observation when the numbers are arranged from the smallest to largest. At
that point, one-half of the employees in the occupation earn more and one-half earn less. The median wage is the same as the 50th
percentile wages.
Percentile Wages (includes the 10th, 50th, and 90th percentile):
This measure of wage is calculated by ranking workers in an occupation from lowest paid to highest paid. Then, it is easy to determine the
wage where a certain percentage of workers make this amount or less. For example, at the 10th percentile wage, ten percent of all wage
earners in that occupation make that wage or less. Similarly, at the 90th percentile, 90 percent of all wage earners in that occupation make
that wage or less, and conversely, 10 percent make more than that wage. An often used measure of wage is the Median Wage, which is the
50th percentile wage. At the median wage, one-half of all workers make less than the indicated amount, while the other one-half earn more.



revised 04/2012
                                              May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                              Fairbanks North Star Borough
SOC                                                                95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                           Occupation                           Low    Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 11-1011   Chief Executives                                          65.34    80.48    95.62    47.29       71.34       (1)
 11-1021   General and Operations Manager                            40.48    43.01    45.54    21.83       38.91    67.88
 11-2022   Sales Managers                                            28.59    31.83    35.07    20.27       31.94    44.43
 11-3011   Administrative Services Managers                          41.75    47.63    53.51    30.47       44.34    74.39
 11-3021   Computer and Information Systems Managers                 46.79    52.21    57.63    36.79       50.48    67.68
 11-3031   Financial Managers                                        35.02    38.00    40.98    26.56       36.51    53.18
           Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers
 11-3071                                                             41.30    44.16    47.02    26.13       44.60    60.70
 11-9021 Construction Managers                                       43.22    49.98    56.74    32.72       43.11    72.96
 11-9111 Medical and Health Services Managers                        37.86    39.65    41.44    25.20       39.77    55.48
           Property, Real Estate, and Community Association
 11-9141 Managers                                                    20.60    26.00    31.40    12.58       24.18    46.26
 11-9151 Social and Community Service Managers                       19.30    22.22    25.14    15.47       18.35    38.58
 11-9199 Managers, All Other                                         36.52    39.71    42.90    23.03       34.39    66.00
           Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products
 13-1022                                                             25.14    27.69    30.24    19.86       27.69    36.54
           Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm
 13-1023   Products                                                  29.01    30.69    32.37    23.28       30.03    40.13
 13-1041   Compliance Officers                                       25.07    27.85    30.63    18.82       26.74    35.49
 13-1051   Cost Estimators                                           34.66    41.49    48.32    23.31       46.46    57.26
           Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations
 13-1078   Specialists, All Other                                    27.09    28.96    30.83    19.45       27.75    41.09
 13-1111   Management Analysts                                       31.85    33.56    35.27    24.82       31.90    46.56
 13-1151   Training and Development Specialists                      28.66    33.68    38.70    18.20       32.15    53.09
           Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists
 13-1161                                                             25.89    28.21    30.53    21.14       27.25    37.71
 13-1199   Business Operations Specialists, All Other                30.07    31.36    32.65    15.35       30.98    43.88
 13-2011   Accountants and Auditors                                  33.00    35.58    38.16    23.14       32.44    55.86
 13-2031   Budget Analysts                                           28.91    30.34    31.77    23.74       30.17    36.00
 13-2072   Loan Officers                                             23.85    29.88    35.91    19.23       29.43    43.85
 15-1131   Computer Programmers                                      33.51    36.28    39.05    29.37       35.38    45.70
 15-1132   Software Developers, Applications                         30.49    32.19    33.89    25.79       32.64    36.65
 15-1142   Network and Computer Systems Administrators               28.84    32.83    36.82    17.76       32.44    48.57
 15-1150   Computer Support Specialists                              20.72    22.82    24.92    15.29       22.52    29.69
                                                 May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                 Fairbanks North Star Borough
SOC                                                                    95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                             Occupation                             Low    Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
 15-1799   Computer Occupations, All Other                               34.97    36.85    38.73    29.26       36.57    45.20
 17-1011   Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                        44.64    52.70    60.76    27.88       52.77    79.56
 17-2051   Civil Engineers                                               39.14    40.57    42.00    29.30       39.84    54.56
 17-2072   Electronics Engineers, Except Computer                        37.82    41.21    44.60    37.81       41.65    45.67
 17-2081   Environmental Engineers                                       38.47    40.54    42.61    29.27       39.84    53.09
 17-2141   Mechanical Engineers                                          28.93    34.55    40.17    21.83       33.27    49.48
 17-2199   Engineers, All Other                                          31.17    40.44    49.71    17.41       44.15    56.45
 17-3022   Civil Engineering Technicians                                 25.62    26.83    28.04    19.61       26.82    35.10
 17-3023   Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians             31.16    34.03    36.90    21.90       33.66    45.49
           Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other
 17-3029                                                                 24.28    25.12    25.96    15.00       24.98    36.29
 17-3031 Surveying and Mapping Technicians                               25.72    29.08    32.44    20.16       30.49    36.58
 19-1023 Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                              30.56    31.81    33.06    24.71       32.30    39.38
 19-1029 Biological Scientists, All Other                                30.46    31.83    33.20    22.74       32.84    39.38
 19-2031 Chemists                                                        40.95    43.24    45.53    32.45       43.84    55.12
         Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including
 19-2041 Health                                                          28.84    30.08    31.32    21.49       29.47    39.27
         Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers
 19-2042                                                                 30.53    33.55    36.57    20.50       30.44    47.95
 19-2099   Physical Scientists, All Other                                35.26    37.23    39.20    24.64       36.36    55.63
 19-3031   Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists                18.17    26.39    34.61    15.40       18.00    45.14
 19-3099   Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other              26.77    28.27    29.77    20.10       25.60    39.42
 19-4021   Biological Technicians                                        17.50    18.79    20.08    13.72       18.63    26.59
 19-4093   Forest and Conservation Technicians                           20.49    21.24    21.99    13.73       20.92    29.05
           Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other
 19-4099                                                                 20.81    21.44    22.07    15.26       20.11    28.86
 21-1014   Mental Health Counselors                                      23.82    27.11    30.40    19.42       25.79    39.83
 21-1021   Child, Family, and School Social Workers                      20.84    23.78    26.72    15.46       23.92    31.71
 21-1022   Healthcare Social Workers                                     27.73    29.16    30.59    17.77       30.52    36.21
 21-1093   Social and Human Service Assistants                           16.37    20.36    24.35    13.00       20.17    29.10
           Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other
 21-1798                                                                 13.61    15.95    18.29     8.68       13.71    28.84
 23-1011 Lawyers                                                         43.11    54.69    66.27    27.94       50.58    76.64
 23-2011 Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                 21.47    24.17    26.87    17.06       23.02    31.91
                                               May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                               Fairbanks North Star Borough
SOC                                                                 95 % Confidence Interval              Percentile
Code                            Occupation                           Low    Mean       High      10th      Median      90th
 25-9031   Instructional Coordinators                                 24.15    26.20    28.25     13.54       25.92    41.34
 27-1026   Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers                 12.62    13.55    14.48     11.96       13.56    15.83
 27-3031   Public Relations Specialists                               23.93    25.59    27.25     15.23       25.52    34.47
 29-1051   Pharmacists                                                59.75    62.96    66.17     51.55       64.02    76.94
 29-1071   Physician Assistants                                       44.35    51.40    58.45     36.77       50.12    57.56
 29-1111   Registered Nurses                                          38.00    40.63    43.26     30.15       39.83    54.07
 29-1123   Physical Therapists                                        41.48    50.12    58.76     33.23       52.30    65.85
 29-2011   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists              27.84    29.76    31.68     23.86       30.71    36.29
 29-2012   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians                18.86    20.51    22.16     15.00       19.96    27.22
 29-2021   Dental Hygienists                                          32.85    40.17    47.49     22.02       41.61    54.73
 29-2037   Radiologic Technologists and Technicians                   28.18    30.07    31.96     23.57       28.50    40.82
 29-2052   Pharmacy Technicians                                       18.16    19.14    20.12     14.70       18.79    24.96
 29-2056   Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                   16.74    17.90    19.06     15.36       17.64    21.64
           Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses
 29-2061                                                              19.28    21.56    23.84     15.71       20.48    28.76
           Medical Records and Health Information Technicians
 29-2071                                                              20.59    21.92    23.25     17.88       21.34    27.65
 29-2799   Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other            21.44    23.82    26.20     16.27       24.29    32.60
 29-9011   Occupational Health and Safety Specialists                 32.03    34.83    37.63     24.77       34.16    47.05
 31-1011   Home Health Aides                                           8.16    10.07    11.98      8.19        9.51    11.65
 31-1012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                   15.96    16.71    17.46     13.51       16.79    20.49
 31-9091   Dental Assistants                                          16.01    18.43    20.85     10.94       17.86    26.40
 31-9092   Medical Assistants                                         19.14    21.36    23.58     15.12       22.34    27.91
 31-9799   Healthcare Support Workers, All Other                      19.44    21.00    22.56     15.23       19.87    28.98
 33-1012   First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives            35.59    40.16    44.73     24.05       42.36    52.85
 33-2011   Firefighters                                               19.41    20.54    21.67     12.89       20.11    29.02
 33-3051   Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                       29.38    31.95    34.52     24.34       30.85    40.93
 33-9093   Transportation Security Screeners                             (2)   17.03       (2)    14.28       16.49    21.66
 33-9099   Protective Service Workers, All Other                      15.06    19.01    22.96      8.68       19.02    28.16
           First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving
 35-1012   Workers                                                    13.59    15.23    16.87     10.51       14.08    22.01
 35-2014   Cooks, Restaurant                                          11.06    11.92    12.78      9.80       11.33    14.60
 35-2021   Food Preparation Workers                                   12.79    14.34    15.89     10.54       14.15    17.93
 35-3011   Bartenders                                                  9.50    10.60    11.70      8.25       10.33    13.93
                                                May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                Fairbanks North Star Borough
SOC                                                                95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                            Occupation                          Low    Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
           Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers,
 35-3021   Including Fast Food                                        9.34    10.52    11.70     8.19        9.56    15.77
           Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and
 35-3022   Coffee Shop                                               10.08    11.05    12.02     8.35       11.10    14.12
 35-3031   Waiters and Waitresses                                     8.69     9.51    10.33     8.05        8.89    11.51
           Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender
 35-9011   Helpers                                                    9.39    12.22    15.05     8.41       11.76    17.00
 35-9021   Dishwashers                                                8.42     9.83    11.24     8.13        9.26    12.25
           Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee
 35-9031   Shop                                                       8.47     9.11     9.75     8.06        8.95    10.97
           First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial
 37-1011   Workers                                                   17.49    20.55    23.61    10.33       20.12    33.58
           Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping
 37-2011   Cleaners                                                  13.75    14.79    15.83    10.15       13.89    21.20
 37-2012   Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                           10.24    10.83    11.42     9.03       10.67    13.42
 37-3011   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                    11.96    13.96    15.96     8.39       13.07    17.99
           First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers
 39-1021                                                             14.15    17.47    20.79    10.20       18.14    22.90
 39-2021   Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                                  8.40    10.15    11.90     8.08        9.27    13.68
 39-5012   Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists            11.85    14.39    16.93     8.52       11.79    22.22
 39-9011   Childcare Workers                                          9.84    11.05    12.26     8.36       10.87    14.09
 39-9021   Personal Care Aides                                       14.72    16.01    17.30    13.17       16.49    18.28
 39-9032   Recreation Workers                                        14.54    16.89    19.24     8.68       14.54    31.81
 39-9041   Residential Advisors                                      14.27    15.52    16.77    12.25       14.64    18.88
 41-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers            19.37    20.88    22.39    13.11       18.93    28.78
           First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers
 41-1012                                                             23.50    25.94    28.38    19.30       25.95    34.05
 41-2011   Cashiers                                                  11.06    11.63    12.20     8.53       10.91    16.24
 41-2021   Counter and Rental Clerks                                 11.38    13.07    14.76     8.94       12.02    18.39
 41-2022   Parts Salespersons                                        15.53    19.55    23.57    11.43       19.47    27.91
 41-2031   Retail Salespersons                                       12.46    13.38    14.30     8.70       12.73    19.18
 41-3021   Insurance Sales Agents                                    18.80    21.55    24.30    13.69       19.35    34.19
 41-3099   Sales Representatives, Services, All Other                22.94    26.05    29.16    18.20       25.05    34.34
                                              May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                              Fairbanks North Star Borough
SOC                                                              95 % Confidence Interval              Percentile
Code                           Occupation                         Low    Mean       High      10th      Median      90th
           Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing,
           Except Technical and Scientific Products
 41-4012                                                           24.07    25.31    26.55     17.21       24.54    35.40
 41-9022 Real Estate Sales Agents                                  27.05    29.48    31.91     18.99       27.56    48.78
         First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative
 43-1011 Support Workers                                           24.44    25.86    27.28     16.23       25.64    36.03
         Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service
 43-2011                                                           14.49    16.00    17.51     12.44       15.84    20.63
 43-3011   Bill and Account Collectors                             17.20    18.74    20.28     13.08       19.21    23.84
 43-3021   Billing and Posting Clerks                              16.69    19.21    21.73     12.70       19.26    26.72
 43-3031   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks            18.85    19.66    20.47     13.73       19.15    26.86
 43-3051   Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                          18.42    20.33    22.24     14.98       18.69    28.83
 43-3061   Procurement Clerks                                      19.83    20.68    21.53     15.36       19.97    25.62
 43-3071   Tellers                                                 13.30    13.99    14.68     12.01       13.55    17.31
 43-4051   Customer Service Representatives                        15.42    18.72    22.02     11.80       15.92    33.65
 43-4071   File Clerks                                             11.88    14.36    16.84      9.79       14.11    20.06
 43-4081   Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                    10.68    11.92    13.16      8.72       11.59    15.96
 43-4131   Loan Interviewers and Clerks                            16.77    18.47    20.17     13.65       18.18    23.55
           Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and
 43-4161   Timekeeping                                             18.25    20.32    22.39     15.87       19.69    26.56
 43-4171   Receptionists and Information Clerks                    14.07    15.37    16.67     10.14       15.35    21.32
           Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and
 43-4181   Travel Clerks                                           15.33    16.39    17.45     12.42       15.41    22.49
 43-4199   Information and Record Clerks, All Other                18.68    19.48    20.28     14.48       19.00    24.73
 43-5031   Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers                 19.92    20.82    21.72     17.90       20.21    26.14
 43-5032   Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance         20.57    22.66    24.75     16.30       20.92    29.45
 43-5052   Postal Service Mail Carriers                               (2)   25.96       (2)    21.67       26.69    26.70
 43-5061   Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks             22.91    25.45    27.99     17.94       24.92    37.92
 43-5071   Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                 18.96    20.70    22.44     11.71       21.06    28.86
 43-5081   Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                          14.26    15.25    16.24     11.30       13.98    22.67
           Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative
 43-6011   Assistants                                              22.24    23.68    25.12     15.68       23.16    32.80
 43-6012   Legal Secretaries                                       19.12    22.41    25.70     16.73       21.74    30.76
 43-6013   Medical Secretaries                                     16.05    18.86    21.67     13.10       17.65    27.08
                                              May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                              Fairbanks North Star Borough
SOC                                                                95 % Confidence Interval             Percentile
Code                            Occupation                          Low    Mean       High     10th      Median      90th
           Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except
 43-6014   Legal, Medical, and Executive                             16.66    17.52    18.38    12.79       17.43    22.51
 43-9011   Computer Operators                                        20.30    21.52    22.74    13.47       19.71    33.24
 43-9021   Data Entry Keyers                                         17.41    18.57    19.73    15.24       17.49    25.73
 43-9061   Office Clerks, General                                    16.34    17.36    18.38    12.02       16.83    23.62
           Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other
 43-9799                                                             21.86    23.72    25.58    16.09       21.70    34.44
           Supervisors of Construction and Extraction Workers
 47-1011                                                             36.24    39.57    42.90    29.56       36.10    56.63
 47-2031 Carpenters                                                  27.55    34.26    40.97    20.53       32.68    53.49
 47-2051 Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                        31.89    38.00    44.11    30.27       39.44    45.03
 47-2061 Construction Laborers                                       20.80    22.47    24.14    15.58       22.13    30.39
           Operating Engineers and Other Construction
 47-2073   Equipment Operators                                       28.13    29.70    31.27    23.31       29.84    35.74
 47-2111   Electricians                                              34.31    37.31    40.31    24.23       36.62    52.23
 47-2141   Painters, Construction and Maintenance                    28.57    30.93    33.29    21.62       32.14    36.60
 47-2152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                   30.74    33.86    36.98    19.16       35.44    45.76
 47-2211   Sheet Metal Workers                                       31.19    34.36    37.53    22.77       35.54    43.37
 47-4011   Construction and Building Inspectors                      31.10    32.64    34.18    25.95       33.04    38.85
 47-4799   Construction and Related Workers, All Other               25.25    28.18    31.11    14.63       28.41    35.44
           First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and
 49-1011   Repairers                                                 33.60    37.41    41.22    22.14       40.01    49.10
           Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine
 49-2011   Repairers                                                 19.24    21.57    23.90    14.06       21.77    28.25
           Telecommunications Equipment Installers and
 49-2022   Repairers, Except Line Installers                         27.92    30.42    32.92    20.15       28.39    43.76
 49-3011   Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                29.36    31.86    34.36    22.47       33.41    40.60
 49-3021   Automotive Body and Related Repairers                     24.84    27.42    30.00    20.23       26.95    35.36
 49-3023   Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics              20.30    23.63    26.96    11.25       25.56    35.50
           Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists
 49-3031                                                             24.63    25.85    27.07    20.13       25.63    33.43
           Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines
 49-3042                                                             31.05    34.13    37.21    25.42       34.72    43.63
 49-9011 Mechanical Door Repairers                                   29.84    32.73    35.62    25.90       33.11    41.06
                                              May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                              Fairbanks North Star Borough
SOC                                                                 95 % Confidence Interval              Percentile
Code                             Occupation                          Low    Mean       High      10th      Median       90th
           Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics
 49-9021   and Installers                                             23.76    25.62    27.48     19.62       24.95    34.30
 49-9041   Industrial Machinery Mechanics                             27.33    31.68    36.03     20.99       33.53    36.12
 49-9051   Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers             36.92    40.49    44.06     36.12       40.90    45.71
 49-9071   Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                    19.74    21.24    22.74     11.86       20.63    31.85
           Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
 49-9098   Workers                                                    18.01    19.30    20.59     12.35       19.72    26.93
           First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating
 51-1011   Workers                                                    33.97    36.02    38.07     24.46       37.18    45.79
 51-2099   Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other                      16.61    17.65    18.69     13.61       17.29    22.50
 51-3021   Butchers and Meat Cutters                                  18.99    21.76    24.53     14.97       21.65    29.83
 51-4121   Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                   28.14    31.27    34.40     19.87       31.71    43.10
 51-6031   Sewing Machine Operators                                   13.16    15.98    18.80      8.84       17.84    22.08
 51-8013   Power Plant Operators                                      30.20    34.22    38.24     24.13       35.01    43.42
           Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System
 51-8031   Operators                                                  27.78    32.12    36.46     16.59       34.01    43.65
           Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery
 51-8093   Operators, and Gaugers                                     27.50    30.62    33.74     20.88       31.02    41.69
 51-8099   Plant and System Operators, All Other                      28.09    30.35    32.61     24.67       29.89    36.63
           Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers
 51-9061                                                              16.65    17.65    18.65     10.21       15.52    31.59
         First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-
 53-1031 Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators                         24.88    32.37     39.86    16.23       36.68     46.57
 53-2012 Commercial Pilots                                           63164    75260     87356    51770       80550     91760
 53-3031 Driver/Sales Workers                                         14.53    18.81     23.09    10.04       19.26     27.98
 53-3032 Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers                      24.04    25.33     26.62    19.20       25.35     32.62
 53-3033 Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers                     17.08    19.36     21.64    12.47       19.29     27.06
 53-3041 Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                                  12.45    13.68     14.91     9.86       14.04     17.77
 53-3099 Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                           22.07    26.18     30.29    12.91       28.51     31.93
 53-7051 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                       15.06    16.34     17.62    11.70       13.90     26.00
 53-7061 Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment                           11.14    14.83     18.52     9.94       13.25     25.25
         Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers,
 53-7062 Hand                                                         14.69    15.61    16.53     10.80       15.26    20.98
 53-7064 Packers and Packagers, Hand                                  11.89    14.94    17.99      8.46       15.53    21.91
                                                May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                Fairbanks North Star Borough
SOC                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                   Percentile
Code                            Occupation                            Low    Mean       High            10th     Median           90th

Note:
           (1) hourly wage greater than $90/hour, or an annual wage greater than $187,200.
           (2) estimates not released.
           Hourly wage rates for some occupations where workers typically work fewer than 2,080
                hours per year are not available. In these cases, annual wages are provided.
Wage Definitions
Mean Wage:
This is the estimated total wages for an occupation divided by its weighted survey employment. It is sometimes referred to as the
"weighted average." These wage data are published as either an hourly or annual wage.

           Mean Hourly Wage:
           For each occupation, respondents are asked to report the number of employees paid within specific wage intervals. The
           intervals are defined both as hourly rates and the corresponding annual rates. The annual rates are calculated by
           multiplying the hourly wage rate for the interval by the typical work year of 2,080 hours. In reporting, the respondent can
           reference either the hourly or the annual rate, but is instructed to report the hourly rate for part-time workers.
           Mean Annual Wage:
           Workers in some occupations are paid an annual salary, but typically do not work a standard 52-week, 2,080 hours per
           year schedule. Since the survey does not collect the actual hours worked, the hourly rate cannot be calculated with a
           reasonable degree of confidence from the annual wages. For this reason, the annual salary is directly calculated from
           reported survey data and only annual wage estimates are reported for these occupations. Occupations such as these
           include musical and entertainment occupations, pilots and flight attendants, and teachers.



Median Wage:
Another "average wage" representing the value of the "middle" observation when the numbers are arranged from the smallest to
largest. At that point, one-half of the employees in the occupation earn more and one-half earn less. The median wage is the same as
the 50th percentile wages.
                                                May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                Fairbanks North Star Borough
SOC                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                             Occupation                           Low         Mean        High        10th     Median          90th
Percentile Wages (includes the 10th, 50th, and 90th percentile):
This measure of wage is calculated by ranking workers in an occupation from lowest paid to highest paid. Then, it is easy to
determine the wage where a certain percentage of workers make this amount or less. For example, at the 10th percentile wage, ten
percent of all wage earners in that occupation make that wage or less. Similarly, at the 90th percentile, 90 percent of all wage earners
in that occupation make that wage or less, and conversely, 10 percent make more than that wage. An often used measure of wage is
the Median Wage, which is the 50th percentile wage. At the median wage, one-half of all workers make less than the indicated
amount, while the other one-half earn more.


revised 03/2012
                                                  May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                       Southeast Region
(Includes the boroughs of Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat, and the census areas of Prince of Wales-
                                                                  Hyder,
                                                    Hoonah-Angoon, and Petersburg.)

SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                              Occupation                              Low    Mean       High            10th       Median        90th
  11-1011   Chief Executives                                                71.44      84.73       98.02      46.90       75.58         (1)
  11-1021   General and Operations Manager                                  35.53      38.39       41.25      20.07       34.67      61.34
  11-3011   Administrative Services Managers                                32.44      33.97       35.50      23.47       32.65      46.14
  11-3021   Computer and Information Systems Managers                       44.33      46.90       49.47      37.28       46.14      56.89
  11-3031   Financial Managers                                              41.67      45.70       49.73      30.17       43.28      67.17
  11-3071   Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers              36.06      37.30       38.54      25.94       34.30      53.08
  11-9021   Construction Managers                                           39.15      42.85       46.55      28.73       43.44      56.55
            Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary
  11-9032   School                                                         64,895     74,370     83,845      50,140      71,140    106,480
  11-9111   Medical and Health Services Managers                            41.90      47.59      53.28       31.25       42.03      63.33
  11-9121   Natural Sciences Managers                                       42.65      44.66      46.67       36.17       44.15      54.81
            Property, Real Estate, and Community Association
  11-9141   Managers                                                        21.42      22.95       24.48      15.36       22.41      29.67
  11-9151   Social and Community Service Managers                           27.52      30.05       32.58      19.70       28.74      41.58
  11-9199   Managers, All Other                                             31.10      33.25       35.40      14.65       33.33      52.84
  13-1022   Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products               16.70      22.01       27.32      12.64       20.71      34.10
            Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm
  13-1023   Products                                                        26.50      27.98       29.46      17.32       27.43      38.95
  13-1041   Compliance Officers                                             31.04      32.31       33.58      23.05       32.00      40.49
            Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations
  13-1078   Specialists, All Other                                          24.78      26.66       28.54      18.14       24.80      37.49
  13-1111   Management Analysts                                             35.29      36.65       38.01      20.78       35.04      55.30
  13-1141   Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists            28.52      30.18       31.84      23.80       30.41      36.17
  13-1199   Business Operations Specialists, All Other                      29.81      31.94       34.07      19.35       30.45      44.52
  13-2011   Accountants and Auditors                                        30.95      32.48       34.01      22.22       30.51      45.26
  13-2031   Budget Analysts                                                 34.59      35.86       37.13      25.04       34.89      49.34
  13-2051   Financial Analysts                                              39.18      46.57       53.96      31.57       42.15      78.08
  13-2072   Loan Officers                                                   25.26      29.54       33.82      13.37       27.19      45.49
  13-2099   Financial Specialists, All Other                                30.67      33.28       35.89      22.42       29.26      42.74
  15-1131   Computer Programmers                                            35.68      37.67       39.66      29.32       37.24      46.31
  15-1142   Network and Computer Systems Administrators                     31.05      32.79       34.53      23.97       31.65      43.05
  15-1150   Computer Support Specialists                                    21.38      22.95       24.52      15.06       22.63      31.87
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                        Southeast Region
(Includes the boroughs of Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat, and the census areas of Prince of Wales-
                                                                  Hyder,
                                                    Hoonah-Angoon, and Petersburg.)

SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                               Occupation                             Low    Mean       High            10th       Median        90th
  15-1799   Computer Occupations, All Other                                 40.13      41.85       43.57      32.27       41.94      48.15
  17-2051   Civil Engineers                                                 40.29      41.51       42.73      28.35       41.04      58.03
  17-3022   Civil Engineering Technicians                                   25.78      27.11       28.44      19.36       25.38      39.08
  19-1023   Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                              33.16      34.16       35.16      23.19       32.61      43.88
            Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health
  19-2041                                                                   26.27      28.44       30.61      17.48       27.41      40.36
  19-2042 Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers                32.23      34.03       35.83      24.41       31.41      46.98
  19-3051 Urban and Regional Planners                                       31.59      33.63       35.67      23.03       33.46      44.44
  19-4093 Forest and Conservation Technicians                               19.01      19.55       20.09      13.72       17.12      30.25
          Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other
  19-4099                                                                   20.28      21.59       22.90      16.06       20.62      29.42
  21-1011 Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors                19.63      20.64       21.65      13.38       19.12      29.30
            Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors
  21-1012                                                                   28.32      32.46       36.60      18.50       28.45      53.16
  21-1014 Mental Health Counselors                                          20.55      22.25       23.95      15.21       19.76      33.47
  21-1021 Child, Family, and School Social Workers                          21.11      23.56       26.01      15.56       22.26      34.03
  21-1022 Healthcare Social Workers                                         23.44      27.67       31.90      17.03       26.82      41.46
  21-1023 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers                  18.86      20.64       22.42      13.56       19.63      29.75
  21-1091 Health Educators                                                  24.44      26.08       27.72      16.63       22.69      42.75
  21-1093 Social and Human Service Assistants                               17.02      17.86       18.70      13.19       17.36      24.10
  21-1798 Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other               19.94      21.27       22.60      13.65       20.73      28.51
  23-1011 Lawyers                                                           48.44      50.52       52.60      32.79       51.14      66.94
  23-2011 Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                   23.34      24.49       25.64      16.60       23.58      33.98
  25-2011   Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education                    11.32      17.02       22.72       8.30       16.25      27.95
  25-3021   Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                              17.26      19.30       21.34      13.39       17.97      27.61
  25-4021   Librarians                                                      25.70      27.48       29.26      15.68       28.36      36.74
  25-9031   Instructional Coordinators                                      28.63      30.23       31.83      20.67       31.32      39.91
  27-2031   Dancers                                                         12.33      13.70       15.07      12.10       13.52      14.92
  27-3022   Reporters and Correspondents                                    15.83      16.92       18.01      10.96       16.84      22.37
  27-3031   Public Relations Specialists                                    22.30      25.67       29.04      10.67       23.05      40.14
  29-1051   Pharmacists                                                     53.25      55.65       58.05      44.10       55.63      70.58
                                                  May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                       Southeast Region
(Includes the boroughs of Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat, and the census areas of Prince of Wales-
                                                                  Hyder,
                                                    Hoonah-Angoon, and Petersburg.)

SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                               Occupation                             Low    Mean       High            10th       Median        90th
  29-1062   Family and General Practitioners                                73.21      84.85       96.49      52.72       80.92         (1)
  29-1111   Registered Nurses                                               33.86      34.96       36.06      26.69       34.23      44.13
  29-1123   Physical Therapists                                             38.65      40.23       41.81      32.28       41.03      46.91
  29-2011   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists                   32.50      33.48       34.46      26.75       33.63      42.50
  29-2012 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians                       22.10      23.05       24.00      14.01       22.79      34.84
  29-2021 Dental Hygienists                                                 38.17      43.26       48.35      30.13       46.30      57.77
  29-2037 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians                          29.26      30.21       31.16      21.12       31.14      38.10
  29-2041 Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                      22.67      24.14       25.61      18.81       23.32      31.36
  29-2052 Pharmacy Technicians                                              17.05      18.50       19.95      12.88       19.13      23.62
  29-2061 Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                 23.28      24.13       24.98      16.46       25.06      32.34
  29-2071 Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                18.45      19.56       20.67      12.81       18.08      29.50
  31-1011   Home Health Aides                                               14.42      16.09       17.76      13.80       16.34      18.16
  31-1012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                        16.81      17.50       18.19      15.06       17.12      21.30
  31-9011   Massage Therapists                                              37.75      41.67       45.59      33.67       40.88      45.89
  31-9091   Dental Assistants                                               18.78      20.25       21.72      15.39       19.26      27.24
  31-9092   Medical Assistants                                              15.46      16.77       18.08      12.18       16.10      22.54
            Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers
  31-9096                                                                    7.84       9.75       11.66       8.06        8.88      13.92
  33-1012 First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives                   36.41      39.26       42.11      25.82       40.65      52.89
  33-3012 Correctional Officers and Jailers                                 23.71      25.04       26.37      17.73       24.52      32.55
  33-3051 Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                              29.15      30.53       31.91      23.74       30.89      37.94
  33-9032 Security Guards                                                   16.35      18.78       21.21      12.38       16.90      27.80
  33-9091 Crossing Guards                                                   17.02      20.18       23.34      13.55       20.92      24.36
          Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective
  33-9092 Service                                                           11.40      13.36       15.32       8.61       13.18      17.98
  33-9093 Transportation Security Screeners                                 21.69      22.44       23.19      17.86       21.44      26.43
  33-9099 Protective Service Workers, All Other                             19.00      19.82       20.64      15.35       19.02      28.68
  35-1011 Chefs and Head Cooks                                              22.16      28.53       34.90      16.54       26.75      51.25
          First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving
  35-1012 Workers                                                           16.05      18.11       20.17      11.92       17.55      26.83
  35-2011 Cooks, Fast Food                                                  10.68      11.94       13.20       8.85       11.50      16.14
                                                  May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                       Southeast Region
(Includes the boroughs of Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat, and the census areas of Prince of Wales-
                                                                  Hyder,
                                                    Hoonah-Angoon, and Petersburg.)

SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                                Occupation                            Low    Mean       High            10th       Median        90th
  35-2012   Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                                17.67      18.77       19.87      12.54       19.76      23.53
  35-2014   Cooks, Restaurant                                               12.21      12.92       13.63       9.78       12.89      16.68
  35-2015   Cooks, Short Order                                              11.52      14.47       17.42       9.17       15.42      18.52
  35-2021   Food Preparation Workers                                        10.98      12.53       14.08       8.32       11.53      21.08
  35-3011   Bartenders                                                      12.06      13.73       15.40       9.77       12.16      20.18
            Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers,
  35-3021   Including Fast Food                                             10.00      10.56       11.12       8.31       10.31      13.76
            Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and
  35-3022   Coffee Shop                                                      9.68      11.12       12.56       8.49       10.87      14.12
  35-3031   Waiters and Waitresses                                           8.72       9.44       10.16       8.02        8.87      12.04
            Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender
  35-9011   Helpers                                                          8.70       9.34        9.98       8.03        8.97      11.54
  35-9021   Dishwashers                                                      9.02       9.64       10.26       8.15        9.43      11.46
            Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee
  35-9031   Shop                                                             8.95       9.82       10.69       8.17        9.65      11.75
            First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial
  37-1011   Workers                                                         20.27      21.67       23.07      15.11       21.10      31.08
            Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping
  37-2011   Cleaners                                                        13.79      14.27       14.75       9.96       14.00      18.59
  37-2012   Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                 11.21      11.99       12.77       8.79       11.24      16.92
  37-3011   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                          16.15      17.30       18.45      11.53       17.24      22.71
  39-1021   First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers              19.12      20.44       21.76      13.20       18.17      30.72
  39-3091   Amusement and Recreation Attendants                              9.65      10.38       11.11       8.54       10.36      12.39
  39-5012   Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists                  12.90      17.78       22.66       8.66       17.70      27.34
  39-7011   Tour Guides and Escorts                                         13.32      15.30       17.28       9.79       13.65      25.87
  39-9011   Childcare Workers                                               11.52      12.01       12.50       8.89       11.80      15.53
  39-9021   Personal Care Aides                                             14.98      16.32       17.66      13.18       16.44      19.72
  39-9032   Recreation Workers                                              14.69      16.76       18.83      10.87       16.95      22.10
  39-9041   Residential Advisors                                            11.49      12.13       12.77       9.55       11.19      16.62
  41-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers                  19.06      20.21       21.36      13.98       19.32      28.13
  41-2011 Cashiers                                                          11.76      12.37       12.98       8.91       11.66      17.07
                                                  May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                       Southeast Region
(Includes the boroughs of Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat, and the census areas of Prince of Wales-
                                                                  Hyder,
                                                    Hoonah-Angoon, and Petersburg.)

SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                                 Occupation                           Low    Mean       High            10th       Median        90th
  41-2021   Counter and Rental Clerks                                       14.20      15.12       16.04      10.20       14.63      21.33
  41-2022   Parts Salespersons                                              13.06      15.14       17.22      11.79       14.06      21.16
  41-2031   Retail Salespersons                                             12.43      13.02       13.61       9.62       12.51      17.85
  41-3011   Advertising Sales Agents                                        19.31      21.69       24.07      15.64       20.70      32.39
            Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing,
  41-4012   Except Technical and Scientific Products                        21.98      27.08       32.18      15.19       24.10      43.36
  41-9011   Demonstrators and Product Promoters                              9.64      10.26       10.88       9.41       10.34      11.28
            First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative
  43-1011   Support Workers                                                 24.43      25.85       27.27      16.10       24.89      36.22
  43-3011   Bill and Account Collectors                                     18.25      19.76       21.27      15.35       17.92      27.90
  43-3021   Billing and Posting Clerks                                      19.51      20.26       21.01      15.53       19.94      26.38
  43-3031   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                    19.37      20.00       20.63      15.07       19.52      27.10
  43-3051   Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                  20.66      21.55       22.44      19.20       21.42      24.32
  43-3061   Procurement Clerks                                              17.97      18.90       19.83      13.27       19.16      24.73
  43-3071   Tellers                                                         12.96      14.43       15.90      11.75       14.18      17.87
  43-4031   Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                            20.32      22.19       24.06      17.54       20.69      29.50
  43-4051   Customer Service Representatives                                15.94      17.41       18.88      10.43       16.95      23.81
  43-4061   Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                   19.74      21.02       22.30      17.03       20.02      25.80
  43-4081   Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                            10.80      12.03       13.26       9.14       11.62      14.94
  43-4111   Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan                       10.99      13.34       15.69       8.89       10.97      22.13
  43-4121   Library Assistants, Clerical                                    15.35      16.07       16.79       9.79       16.66      21.53
  43-4131   Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                    16.04      18.06       20.08      13.39       17.48      24.15
            Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and
  43-4161   Timekeeping                                                     18.19      19.21       20.23      15.86       18.71      22.26
  43-4171   Receptionists and Information Clerks                            14.65      15.57       16.49      10.30       14.98      21.85
            Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel
  43-4181   Clerks                                                          13.11      14.41       15.71      10.16       13.69      19.95
  43-4199   Information and Record Clerks, All Other                        18.68      19.60       20.52      13.73       18.84      27.05
  43-5011   Cargo and Freight Agents                                        13.99      17.84       21.69      12.35       15.79      27.13
  43-5031   Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers                         18.73      19.61       20.49      13.43       20.08      25.98
  43-5032   Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance                 17.77      19.24       20.71      13.26       17.36      28.44
                                                    May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                         Southeast Region
(Includes the boroughs of Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat, and the census areas of Prince of Wales-
                                                                  Hyder,
                                                    Hoonah-Angoon, and Petersburg.)

SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                              Occupation                              Low    Mean       High            10th       Median        90th
  43-5051 Postal Service Clerks                                             24.23      25.43       26.63      23.87       25.53      26.09
  43-5052 Postal Service Mail Carriers                                      23.66      24.83       26.00      19.46       26.69      27.28
            Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing
  43-5053 Machine Operators                                                 20.67      21.82       22.97      10.00       25.52      26.08
  43-5071 Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                           14.27      17.70       21.13      10.02       16.79      28.16
  43-5081 Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                    13.75      14.79       15.83      10.77       13.72      20.68
            Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative
  43-6011   Assistants                                                      21.27      22.05       22.83      15.02       21.76      29.00
  43-6013   Medical Secretaries                                             16.95      17.90       18.85      11.60       18.16      22.38
            Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal,
  43-6014   Medical, and Executive                                          17.04      17.81       18.58      11.70       17.89      24.09
  43-9011   Computer Operators                                              14.62      20.26       25.90      13.23       19.11      30.88
            Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal
  43-9051   Service                                                         13.75      14.58       15.41      11.94       13.71      19.59
  43-9061   Office Clerks, General                                          14.94      15.71       16.48      10.14       15.25      22.19
  43-9799   Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other            22.67      23.79       24.91      15.32       22.39      34.37
  47-1011   Supervisors of Construction and Extraction Workers              35.35      37.79       40.23      25.28       38.06      52.75
  47-2031   Carpenters                                                      25.03      26.93       28.83      19.75       26.76      35.01
  47-2061   Construction Laborers                                           22.64      24.10       25.56      16.81       23.90      32.83
            Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment
  47-2073   Operators                                                       27.34      28.93       30.52      23.20       28.00      38.52
  47-2111   Electricians                                                    30.48      32.52       34.56      24.99       33.01      41.40
  47-2152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                         32.74      34.79       36.84      26.46       34.71      44.31
  47-5021   Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas                              22.97      26.81       30.65      20.22       26.78      34.58
            First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and
  49-1011   Repairers                                                       34.27      36.79       39.31      23.77       34.99      53.46
            Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers,
  49-2022   Except Line Installers                                          23.13      28.77       34.41      19.00       24.96      43.09
  49-3011   Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                      24.91      28.61       32.31      19.28       28.13      40.26
  49-3023   Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                    16.02      19.88       23.74       8.84       21.55      28.74
            Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists
  49-3031                                                                   22.93      24.62       26.31      15.85       25.12      33.92
                                                   May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                        Southeast Region
(Includes the boroughs of Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat, and the census areas of Prince of Wales-
                                                                  Hyder,
                                                    Hoonah-Angoon, and Petersburg.)

SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                           Occupation                                 Low    Mean       High            10th       Median        90th
            Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines
  49-3042                                                                   28.11      32.00       35.89      23.96       31.88      42.56
            Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics
  49-9021 and Installers                                                    19.98      22.90       25.82      16.70       22.61      29.23
  49-9051 Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers                    33.90      35.57       37.24      22.86       37.95      44.18
  49-9071 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                           19.82      20.76       21.70      12.74       20.56      29.06
            First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating
  51-1011   Workers                                                         26.39      28.88       31.37      15.53       28.77      43.55
  51-3011   Bakers                                                          13.10      13.89       14.68       9.94       13.84      17.91
  51-3021   Butchers and Meat Cutters                                       16.76      18.58       20.40      11.05       18.63      26.18
  51-3022   Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers                    11.75      12.38       13.01       8.95       11.96      16.88
  51-3092   Food Batchmakers                                                11.06      12.34       13.62       9.23       12.75      14.47
  51-4121   Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                        24.03      25.80       27.57      18.43       25.35      35.49
  51-8013   Power Plant Operators                                           24.05      25.55       27.05      15.88       22.04      41.71
            Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System
  51-8031   Operators                                                       25.82      27.66       29.50      16.46       29.63      36.42
  51-9198   Helpers--Production Workers                                     10.18      13.56       16.94      10.10       12.87      18.48
            First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material
  53-1021   Movers, Hand                                                    20.97      24.75       28.53      18.66       22.93      35.28
            First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-
  53-1031   Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators                            27.07       30.82      34.57      16.89       27.11      51.88
  53-2012   Commercial Pilots                                              53484       62990      72496      35410       66750      90280
  53-2021   Air Traffic Controllers                                         36.26       39.10      41.94      27.36       42.59      49.00
  53-3021   Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                              15.30       17.73      20.16      11.84       15.73      28.15
  53-3022   Bus Drivers, School or Special Client                           14.75       15.84      16.93      12.08       15.84      20.64
  53-3031   Driver/Sales Workers                                             8.72       10.82      12.92       8.06        8.89      18.13
  53-3032   Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers                         22.91       24.96      27.01      16.65       23.38      34.78
  53-3033   Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers                        16.17       17.81      19.45      12.40       16.81      26.40
  53-5011   Sailors and Marine Oilers                                       21.68       22.99      24.30      19.18       22.48      26.61
  53-5021   Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels                    30.26       33.04      35.82      20.77       33.61      47.76
  53-5031   Ship Engineers                                                  29.38       32.64      35.90      22.65       32.08      42.47
  53-6031   Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants                    12.25       13.58      14.91      10.15       13.50      17.55
                                                  May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                       Southeast Region
(Includes the boroughs of Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat, and the census areas of Prince of Wales-
                                                                  Hyder,
                                                    Hoonah-Angoon, and Petersburg.)

SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
Code                             Occupation                               Low    Mean       High            10th       Median        90th
  53-6099 Transportation Workers, All Other                                 13.84      17.30       20.76      10.31       18.08      24.66
  53-7051 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                            19.34      22.41       25.48      16.33       21.77      29.32
          Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand
  53-7062                                                                   14.12      15.93       17.74       9.11       14.55      25.35
  53-7064 Packers and Packagers, Hand                                       12.02      12.90       13.78       9.29       13.05      16.64
  53-7081 Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors                         15.73      17.87       20.01      12.07       17.91      25.49

Note:
           (1) hourly wage greater than $90/hour, or an annual wage greater than $187,200.
           (2) estimates not released.
           Hourly wage rates for some occupations where workers typically work fewer than 2,080
           hours per year are not available. In these cases, annual wages are provided.

Wage Definitions
Mean Wage:
This is the estimated total wages for an occupation divided by its weighted survey employment. It is sometimes referred to as the
"weighted average." These wage data are published as either an hourly or annual wage.

         Mean Hourly Wage:
         For each occupation, respondents are asked to report the number of employees paid within specific wage intervals. The
         intervals are defined both as hourly rates and the corresponding annual rates. The annual rates are calculated by multiplying
         the hourly wage rate for the interval by the typical work year of 2,080 hours. In reporting, the respondent can reference
         either the hourly or the annual rate, but is instructed to report the hourly rate for part-time workers.
         Mean Annual Wage:
         Workers in some occupations are paid an annual salary, but typically do not work a standard 52-week, 2,080 hours per year
         schedule. Since the survey does not collect the actual hours worked, the hourly rate cannot be calculated with a reasonable
         degree of confidence from the annual wages. For this reason, the annual salary is directly calculated from reported survey
         data
Median Wage: and only annual wage estimates are reported for these occupations. Occupations such as these include musical and
Another "average wage" representing the value of the "middle" observation when the numbers are arranged from the smallest to
largest. At that point, one-half of the employees in the occupation earn more and one-half earn less. The median wage is the same as the
50th percentile wages.
                                                  May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                       Southeast Region
(Includes the boroughs of Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat, and the census areas of Prince of Wales-
                                                                  Hyder,
                                                    Hoonah-Angoon, and Petersburg.)

SOC                                                                      95 % Confidence Interval                   Percentile
Code                             Occupation                               Low       Mean         High        10th     Median         90th
Percentile Wages (includes the 10th, 50th, and 90th percentile):
This measure of wage is calculated by ranking workers in an occupation from lowest paid to highest paid. Then, it is easy to determine
the wage where a certain percentage of workers make this amount or less. For example, at the 10th percentile wage, ten percent of all
wage earners in that occupation make that wage or less. Similarly, at the 90th percentile, 90 percent of all wage earners in that
occupation make that wage or less, and conversely, 10 percent make more than that wage. An often used measure of wage is the
Median Wage, which is the 50th percentile wage. At the median wage, one-half of all workers make less than the indicated amount,
while the other one-half earn more.
revised 03/2012
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                      Percentile
SOC
Code                                  Occupation                                   Low        Mean        High        10th       Median         90th
 11-1011   Chief Executives                                                          60.41       66.11       71.81      46.94       59.26          (1)
 11-1021   General and Operations Manager                                            39.08       41.70       44.32      21.02       34.79       70.08
 11-3011   Administrative Services Managers                                          33.85       39.14       44.43      18.09       35.68       62.93
 11-3031   Financial Managers                                                        45.88       51.42       56.96      25.74       47.03       80.52
 11-3071   Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers                        36.79       39.25       41.71      25.23       35.30       57.05
 11-3121   Human Resources Managers                                                  45.59       48.04       50.49      34.45       49.26       62.99
 11-9021   Construction Managers                                                     50.60       62.48       74.36      30.28       59.40          (1)
 11-9031   Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare
           Center/Program                                                            18.99       22.42       25.85      15.54       21.66       28.79
 11-9041   Architectural and Engineering Managers                                    63.50       73.26       83.02      48.11       66.84          (1)
 11-9051   Food Service Managers                                                     23.85       28.02       32.19      20.48       26.23       40.32
 11-9081   Lodging Managers                                                          18.93       24.38       29.83      13.86       24.89       34.57
 11-9111   Medical and Health Services Managers                                      46.03       49.73       53.43      29.31       46.47       69.85
 11-9121   Natural Sciences Managers                                                 42.69       43.81       44.93      35.85       42.88       52.16
 11-9131   Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                                      20.68       21.05       21.42      13.74       19.03       30.09
 11-9141   Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers
                                                                                     19.26       25.06       30.86      12.99       24.88       36.72
 11-9151   Social and Community Service Managers                                     28.57       32.02       35.47      18.45       27.83       49.98
 11-9199   Managers, All Other                                                       36.70       42.44       48.18      19.20       38.39       71.60
 13-1022   Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products                         17.72       22.48       27.24      13.08       17.16       44.88
 13-1023   Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products
                                                                                     33.44       35.31       37.18      18.16       31.19       56.44
 13-1041 Compliance Officers                                                         34.69       36.11       37.53      25.72       35.35       48.92
 13-1078 Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists, All
           Other                                                                     25.31       26.72       28.13      15.95       25.83       39.18
 13-1081   Logisticians                                                              36.77       40.07       43.37      25.35       39.37       62.53
 13-1111   Management Analysts                                                       36.28       39.37       42.46      25.06       38.47       52.88
 13-1121   Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners                                   16.35       17.59       18.83      15.04       17.19       21.45
 13-1151   Training and Development Specialists                                      26.54       31.47       36.40      16.59       29.02       50.06
 13-1161   Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists                        27.22       30.38       33.54      20.20       30.85       42.13
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                      Percentile
SOC
Code                                    Occupation                                 Low        Mean        High        10th       Median         90th
 13-1199   Business Operations Specialists, All Other                                29.36       30.87       32.38      16.84       30.04       44.14
 13-2011   Accountants and Auditors                                                  33.03       34.88       36.73      21.36       32.52       51.44
 13-2031   Budget Analysts                                                           45.83       47.80       49.77      29.09       49.66       67.57
 13-2099   Financial Specialists, All Other                                          35.82       39.97       44.12      25.46       40.27       55.27
 15-1121   Computer Systems Analysts                                                 32.34       33.80       35.26      24.49       32.98       44.89
 15-1131   Computer Programmers                                                      37.33       39.17       41.01      30.68       38.83       51.27
 15-1142   Network and Computer Systems Administrators                               34.46       36.16       37.86      25.07       34.44       51.54
 15-1150   Computer Support Specialists                                              22.88       24.36       25.84      16.99       23.03       34.20
 15-1799   Computer Occupations, All Other                                           34.46       36.09       37.72      23.36       35.12       49.49
 17-1022   Surveyors                                                                 26.34       29.98       33.62      19.50       31.02       35.88
 17-2051   Civil Engineers                                                           41.93       44.74       47.55      32.65       43.90       57.56
 17-2071   Electrical Engineers                                                      47.09       50.66       54.23      38.96       51.43       59.17
 17-2081   Environmental Engineers                                                   43.57       48.62       53.67      26.20       50.11       69.48
 17-2111   Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and
           Inspectors                                                                47.49       51.53       55.57      32.22       53.51       69.84
 17-2112   Industrial Engineers                                                      46.14       48.72       51.30      37.69       47.86       65.36
 17-2141   Mechanical Engineers                                                      48.76       54.41       60.06      31.38       53.76       81.12
 17-2171   Petroleum Engineers                                                       57.10       62.09       67.08      46.57       60.18       81.78
 17-2199   Engineers, All Other                                                      56.02       59.15       62.28      42.57       58.40       79.06
 17-3022   Civil Engineering Technicians                                             24.72       26.16       27.60      21.32       26.19       29.80
 17-3023   Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians                         40.02       41.91       43.80      31.42       42.29       54.26
 17-3025   Environmental Engineering Technicians                                     23.34       26.45       29.56      19.71       26.16       34.82
 17-3026   Industrial Engineering Technicians                                        35.37       40.62       45.87      30.28       39.39       54.18
 17-3029   Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other                       29.16       32.47       35.78      16.97       29.89       54.11
 19-1023   Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                                        30.70       31.76       32.82      21.80       30.57       42.36
 19-1029   Biological Scientists, All Other                                          30.95       31.76       32.57      19.66       31.24       40.50
 19-1031   Conservation Scientists                                                   35.74       36.82       37.90      28.16       36.00       49.21
 19-2041   Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health                23.87       29.47       35.07      15.56       27.39       46.07
 19-2042   Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers                        38.70       40.69       42.68      28.16       40.53       55.29
 19-3031   Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists                            24.11       38.18       52.25      18.94       29.17       77.89
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                       Percentile
SOC
Code                                   Occupation                                  Low        Mean        High        10th        Median        90th
 19-3051   Urban and Regional Planners                                               27.14       32.64       38.14      16.70        32.68      50.12
 19-4021   Biological Technicians                                                    16.60       17.24       17.88      12.34        17.12      22.19
 19-4031   Chemical Technicians                                                      26.32       27.39       28.46      22.34        26.71      35.04
 19-4041   Geological and Petroleum Technicians                                      28.41       30.18       31.95      21.88        31.27      36.15
 19-4091   Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including
           Health                                                                    14.43       17.27       20.11       11.91       13.54      31.91
 19-4093   Forest and Conservation Technicians                                       17.28       17.84       18.40       13.72       15.54      24.82
 19-4099   Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other                 22.62       23.79       24.96       16.95       22.80      30.98
 21-1011   Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors                        22.16       24.05       25.94       16.47       23.97      32.68
 21-1012   Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors                  24.57       27.06       29.55       14.87       28.33      36.09
 21-1014   Mental Health Counselors                                                  25.19       26.49       27.79       19.00       25.34      35.89
 21-1015   Rehabilitation Counselors                                                 23.04       24.95       26.86       15.72       22.81      37.52
 21-1019   Counselors, All Other                                                     21.81       24.29       26.77       16.96       24.14      33.43
 21-1021   Child, Family, and School Social Workers                                  18.11       21.99       25.87       13.75       21.20      31.33
 21-1022   Healthcare Social Workers                                                 22.67       23.64       24.61       15.78       21.04      35.10
 21-1023   Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers                          21.12       22.72       24.32       15.04       18.33      36.19
 21-1091   Health Educators                                                          19.15       20.78       22.41       15.29       18.36      32.44
 21-1093   Social and Human Service Assistants                                       16.16       17.65       19.14       10.94       17.33      25.99
 21-1798   Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other                       18.17       19.51       20.85       13.79       18.78      26.99
 23-1011   Lawyers                                                                   47.45       57.34       67.23       37.43       49.92         (1)
 23-2011   Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                           22.56       25.07       27.58       17.77       23.78      36.16
 25-2011   Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education                              15.57       16.89       18.21       10.52       16.25      23.56
 25-2012   Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education                          56105       61400       66695       42670       64860      76100
 25-2021   Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education                     60225       61800       63375       41800       60210      87040
 25-2022   Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical
           Education                                                                58793       60820       62847       41700       60670      82610
 25-2031   Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical
           Education                                                                60206       61780       63354       48090       61160      76720
 25-2032   Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School                    63779       69500       75221       49930       70680      90340
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                       Percentile
SOC
Code                                  Occupation                                   Low        Mean        High        10th        Median        90th
 25-2041 Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and
           Elementary School                                                        57174        60120      63066       44330       58990      76170
 25-2053   Special Education Teachers, Middle School                                62529        66160      69791       47390       67460      83590
 25-2054   Special Education Teachers, Secondary School                             61939        65400      68861       46230       67480      82340
 25-3021   Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                                        11.48        17.16      22.84       10.10       13.51      29.17
 25-3999   All other teachers, primary, secondary, and adult                        42075        46850      51625       30490       44500      68320
 25-4021   Librarians                                                                17.71        19.51      21.31       10.37       18.03      29.07
 25-4031   Library Technicians                                                       16.53        18.21      19.89       14.04       17.80      23.18
 25-9031   Instructional Coordinators                                                14.74        23.12      31.50       12.49       17.99      40.03
 25-9041   Teacher Assistants                                                       27520        31050      34580       21240       28550      45650
 25-9099   Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other                       13.48        16.18      18.88        8.78       15.95      23.44
 27-2022   Coaches and Scouts                                                       20498        24030      27562       16860       18640      34650
 27-3011   Radio and Television Announcers                                           14.94        18.40      21.86       10.51       18.60      31.12
 27-3022   Reporters and Correspondents                                              17.62        19.97      22.32       15.58       19.10      26.66
 27-3031   Public Relations Specialists                                              27.69        30.57      33.45       24.15       29.25      40.50
 27-3043   Writers and Authors                                                       27.18        29.55      31.92       18.57       27.88      42.99
 29-1051   Pharmacists                                                               55.48        57.86      60.24       48.19       59.04      70.17
 29-1062   Family and General Practitioners                                          77.85      107.58     137.31        64.50          (1)        (1)
 29-1069   Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                                        77.24      118.27     159.30        81.55          (1)        (1)
 29-1071   Physician Assistants                                                      39.94        42.61      45.28       31.58       41.99      57.87
 29-1111   Registered Nurses                                                         38.04        39.19      40.34       29.31       37.65      49.96
 29-1122   Occupational Therapists                                                   31.92        33.63      35.34       23.52       33.65      43.66
 29-1123   Physical Therapists                                                       36.56        37.90      39.24       30.43       38.16      46.42
 29-1127   Speech-Language Pathologists                                              29.55        31.66      33.77       24.18       30.04      42.69
 29-2011   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists                             34.30        35.70      37.10       29.62       35.57      43.81
 29-2012   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians                               23.63        26.14      28.65       19.31       23.30      41.26
 29-2021   Dental Hygienists                                                         36.29        46.73      57.17       21.19       51.10      58.63
 29-2032   Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                                           34.98        37.01      39.04       31.03       36.92      44.45
 29-2037   Radiologic Technologists and Technicians                                  31.14        32.54      33.94       21.86       32.69      43.71
 29-2041   Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                              28.14        28.99      29.84       23.59       28.07      36.69
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                      Percentile
SOC
Code                                   Occupation                                  Low        Mean        High        10th       Median         90th
 29-2052   Pharmacy Technicians                                                      15.83       16.96       18.09      13.34       16.48       22.17
 29-2061   Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                         22.11       23.44       24.77      15.33       23.18       32.83
 29-2071   Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                        19.24       19.90       20.56      14.88       18.91       27.40
 29-9011   Occupational Health and Safety Specialists                                31.38       34.34       37.30      15.73       37.56       54.16
 29-9799   Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other                 23.23       25.87       28.51      16.16       26.64       35.30
 31-1011   Home Health Aides                                                         11.56       12.23       12.90       9.39       11.49       16.41
 31-1012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                                  15.52       16.39       17.26      11.77       16.02       22.14
 31-9011   Massage Therapists                                                        34.83       38.45       42.07      30.66       40.12       45.15
 31-9091   Dental Assistants                                                         16.01       18.73       21.45      11.96       17.67       26.47
 31-9092   Medical Assistants                                                        18.56       20.40       22.24      14.38       19.94       27.63
 31-9094   Medical Transcriptionists                                                 19.89       20.66       21.43      16.27       20.68       25.93
 31-9799   Healthcare Support Workers, All Other                                     22.12       23.26       24.40      15.30       22.37       33.90
 33-1012   First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives                           30.43       34.56       38.69      13.21       35.71       50.94
 33-1021   First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers
                                                                                     36.98       40.65       44.32      23.66       39.46       57.80
 33-1099 First-Line Supervisors of Protective Service Workers, All Other
                                                                                     33.45       34.67       35.89      26.18       33.99       44.57
 33-2011   Firefighters                                                              24.13       25.53       26.93      19.24       24.59       33.91
 33-3012   Correctional Officers and Jailers                                         27.35       28.82       30.29      22.58       28.52       35.90
 33-3051   Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                                      29.62       32.42       35.22      21.98       31.78       44.27
 33-9032   Security Guards                                                           17.97       19.58       21.19      11.97       19.10       27.67
 33-9099   Protective Service Workers, All Other                                     19.99       21.20       22.41      15.35       19.03       30.98
 35-1012   First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers
                                                                                     15.58       17.27       18.96      10.83       16.38       24.74
 35-2012   Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                                          15.83       16.82       17.81      11.72       16.24       22.91
 35-2014   Cooks, Restaurant                                                         11.95       12.97       13.99      10.25       13.00       15.40
 35-2019   Cooks, All Other                                                          14.10       15.46       16.82       9.87       15.14       21.77
 35-2021   Food Preparation Workers                                                  12.67       13.30       13.93       9.59       13.00       17.69
 35-3011   Bartenders                                                                 9.76       10.59       11.42       8.32       10.34       13.69
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                       Percentile
SOC
Code                                  Occupation                                   Low        Mean        High        10th        Median        90th
 35-3021 Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast
           Food                                                                       9.00        9.66       10.32        8.08        9.09      11.48
 35-3022 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop
                                                                                      8.54        9.27       10.00        8.03        8.88      12.16
 35-3031 Waiters and Waitresses                                                       8.42        8.93        9.44        8.02        8.78      10.58
 35-9011 Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers
                                                                                      8.39        9.10        9.81        8.07        8.99      10.91
 35-9021   Dishwashers                                                                8.47       10.12       11.77        8.05        8.94      15.64
 35-9031   Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop                   8.11        8.65        9.19        8.02        8.68       9.34
 35-9099   Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other                    9.88       11.83       13.78        8.21       10.05      17.68
 37-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers
                                                                                     17.99       20.12       22.25        9.54       21.96      28.82
 37-2011 Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners
                                                                                     15.00       16.10       17.20      10.12        15.95      22.15
 37-2012   Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                           10.80       11.50       12.20       8.26        11.22      15.93
 37-3011   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                                    15.28       16.94       18.60      10.50        17.42      22.21
 39-1021   First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers                        21.45       24.64       27.83      16.71        23.75      35.13
 39-3012   Gaming and Sports Book Writers and Runners                                10.06       11.74       13.42       9.32        10.81      17.22
 39-3019   Gaming Service Workers, All Other                                         12.35       15.71       19.07      10.70        14.39      21.81
 39-3099   Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers, All Other                   10.68       12.46       14.24       9.83        11.73      15.95
 39-7011   Tour Guides and Escorts                                                   11.20       12.72       14.24       9.50        12.44      16.84
 39-9011   Childcare Workers                                                         12.65       13.70       14.75       9.15        13.67      18.09
 39-9021   Personal Care Aides                                                       13.41       14.13       14.85      10.97        13.98      17.76
 39-9032   Recreation Workers                                                        14.62       17.14       19.66       9.67        16.46      29.03
 39-9041   Residential Advisors                                                      13.99       15.12       16.25      10.04        14.01      22.36
 41-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers                            17.60       18.98       20.36      12.31        17.52      28.55
 41-2011   Cashiers                                                                  11.56       12.41       13.26       8.89        11.46      17.54
 41-2021   Counter and Rental Clerks                                                 10.82       12.57       14.32       8.55        11.20      18.04
 41-2031   Retail Salespersons                                                       10.77       11.54       12.31       8.40        10.77      15.61
 41-3021   Insurance Sales Agents                                                    15.25       21.31       27.37      15.16        18.04      30.24
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                      Percentile
SOC
Code                                  Occupation                                   Low        Mean        High        10th       Median         90th
 41-3099 Sales Representatives, Services, All Other                                  24.98       33.97       42.96      19.16       31.85       54.78
 41-4011 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical
           and Scientific Products                                                   37.78       40.39       43.00      33.79       40.94       45.87
 41-4012 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except
           Technical and Scientific Products                                         17.65       20.64       23.63      13.23       19.60       31.27
 41-9799 Sales and Related Workers, All Other                                        15.68       17.05       18.42      14.00       16.93       20.57
 43-1011 First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support
           Workers                                                                   25.85       27.58       29.31      16.50       26.84       39.85
 43-2011   Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service                        15.17       16.29       17.41      12.69       15.84       21.31
 43-3011   Bill and Account Collectors                                               17.00       18.25       19.50      13.25       17.23       26.00
 43-3021   Billing and Posting Clerks                                                18.01       19.30       20.59      13.30       18.62       26.79
 43-3031   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                              19.21       20.45       21.69      11.97       18.65       32.52
 43-3051   Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                            20.16       21.16       22.16      14.65       21.04       28.39
 43-3061   Procurement Clerks                                                        22.95       24.13       25.31      15.71       25.00       28.92
 43-3071   Tellers                                                                   14.11       15.48       16.85      12.43       15.42       18.51
 43-4021   Correspondence Clerks                                                     22.24       25.84       29.44      20.35       26.06       31.45
 43-4031   Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                                      18.71       22.61       26.51      16.07       20.31       38.18
 43-4051   Customer Service Representatives                                          15.33       16.88       18.43       8.82       14.87       27.69
 43-4061   Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                             22.77       24.71       26.65      19.42       22.47       34.47
 43-4071   File Clerks                                                               16.97       19.19       21.41      12.45       17.65       27.58
 43-4081   Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                                      10.74       11.65       12.56       8.75       10.77       17.19
 43-4111   Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan                                 17.62       18.30       18.98      13.57       17.58       24.85
 43-4121   Library Assistants, Clerical                                              15.21       16.23       17.25      10.80       16.77       20.14
 43-4161   Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping
                                                                                     18.16       18.79       19.42      14.51       17.81       24.73
 43-4171 Receptionists and Information Clerks                                        14.27       15.32       16.37       9.05       15.07       22.48
 43-4181 Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks
                                                                                     12.79       14.99       17.19      10.13       15.09       21.08
 43-4199 Information and Record Clerks, All Other                                    17.75       18.82       19.89      13.73       17.92       24.73
 43-5011 Cargo and Freight Agents                                                    14.67       15.85       17.03      11.34       16.09       18.66
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                      Percentile
SOC
Code                                  Occupation                                   Low        Mean        High        10th       Median         90th
 43-5021   Couriers and Messengers                                                   14.59       16.32       18.05      10.68       16.62       18.68
 43-5031   Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers                                   15.03       17.54       20.05       8.87       17.84       26.39
 43-5032   Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance                           18.58       20.46       22.34      15.13       18.73       31.42
 43-5041   Meter Readers, Utilities                                                  17.32       19.94       22.56      15.95       18.94       24.39
 43-5051   Postal Service Clerks                                                     24.29       25.13       25.97      22.94       25.52       26.56
 43-5053   Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine
           Operators                                                                 12.69       12.92       13.15       9.46       11.35       16.81
 43-5061   Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                               22.73       25.37       28.01      15.30       22.10       42.14
 43-5071   Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                                   17.53       21.24       24.95      10.42       22.08       32.16
 43-5081   Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                            12.77       13.92       15.07       9.03       12.83       21.50
 43-6011   Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants
                                                                                     22.74       23.86       24.98      15.32       22.75       34.20
 43-6012 Legal Secretaries                                                           18.75       22.18       25.61      16.40       22.80       28.42
 43-6013 Medical Secretaries                                                         21.15       22.61       24.07      15.46       24.08       28.43
 43-6014 Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical,
           and Executive                                                             18.72       19.56       20.40      13.01       19.68       26.85
 43-9021   Data Entry Keyers                                                         15.87       17.00       18.13      12.46       17.10       21.91
 43-9061   Office Clerks, General                                                    16.54       17.11       17.68      10.21       16.72       24.59
 43-9799   Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other                      22.17       24.01       25.85      13.75       22.13       37.45
 47-1011   Supervisors of Construction and Extraction Workers                        39.32       44.26       49.20      23.99       40.77       71.07
 47-2031   Carpenters                                                                27.64       30.06       32.48      20.97       28.41       43.31
 47-2061   Construction Laborers                                                     20.14       22.09       24.04      14.16       20.53       34.08
 47-2073   Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment
           Operators                                                                 27.52       28.88       30.24      21.86       28.89       36.08
 47-2111   Electricians                                                              32.22       34.89       37.56      23.07       34.30       50.45
 47-2141   Painters, Construction and Maintenance                                    20.40       21.99       23.58      14.21       21.55       28.66
 47-2152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                                   34.59       37.06       39.53      25.63       35.13       52.87
 47-2221   Structural Iron and Steel Workers                                         27.30       29.19       31.08      23.93       28.20       36.92
 47-3012   Helpers--Carpenters                                                       16.54       17.98       19.42      12.79       18.11       23.19
 47-4011   Construction and Building Inspectors                                      23.77       29.07       34.37      14.19       30.91       42.71
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                      Percentile
SOC
Code                                   Occupation                                  Low        Mean        High        10th       Median         90th
 47-4051   Highway Maintenance Workers                                               14.55       17.71       20.87      12.51       16.53       25.81
 47-4799   Construction and Related Workers, All Other                               28.01       30.14       32.27      24.83       30.16       34.96
 47-5011   Derrick Operators, Oil and Gas                                            30.73       32.72       34.71      25.38       32.51       42.50
 47-5012   Rotary Drill Operators, Oil and Gas                                       35.37       38.22       41.07      31.74       39.89       44.45
 47-5013   Service Unit Operators, Oil, Gas, and Mining                              23.26       26.54       29.82      15.42       22.93       48.50
 47-5021   Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas                                        22.14       26.44       30.74      13.87       29.70       35.61
 47-5049   Mining Machine Operatos, All Other                                        24.21       25.62       27.03      19.41       24.58       34.99
 47-5081   Helpers--Extraction Workers                                               16.20       20.30       24.40      13.23       20.01       27.45
 47-5099   Extraction Workers, All Other                                             21.84       25.66       29.48      19.26       21.86       44.06
 49-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
                                                                                     35.94       37.56       39.18      22.76       37.57       53.09
 49-2022 Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except
           Line Installers                                                           33.64       37.05       40.46      25.56       38.76       46.03
 49-2095 Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and
           Relay                                                                     27.26       34.32       41.38      24.48       37.52       44.58
 49-3011   Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                                28.76       31.21       33.66      20.36       31.17       44.00
 49-3023   Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                              24.97       27.15       29.33      15.28       29.37       35.74
 49-3031   Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists                     26.92       29.09       31.26      20.83       27.94       39.89
 49-3093   Tire Repairers and Changers                                                9.69       12.42       15.15       8.21        9.65       22.92
 49-9021   Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and
           Installers                                                                34.06       41.55       49.04      23.60       47.70       55.88
 49-9041   Industrial Machinery Mechanics                                            25.47       29.19       32.91      11.55       27.86       51.76
 49-9043   Maintenance Workers, Machinery                                            21.27       25.23       29.19       8.81       27.57       35.79
 49-9044   Millwrights                                                               29.77       32.17       34.57      24.48       32.73       40.17
 49-9051   Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers                            32.49       35.18       37.87      23.05       37.44       44.92
 49-9052   Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers                          26.60       29.88       33.16      18.04       31.35       39.92
 49-9071   Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                                   21.95       23.37       24.79      12.39       22.71       34.94
 49-9096   Riggers                                                                   25.49       28.63       31.77      15.92       31.17       37.05
 49-9098   Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers                    15.16       16.49       17.82       9.47       16.39       24.37
 49-9799   Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other                  24.28       25.53       26.78      19.86       24.63       34.25
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                      Percentile
SOC
Code                                  Occupation                                   Low        Mean        High        10th       Median         90th
 51-1011 First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers
                                                                                     32.56       38.70       44.84      14.55       35.06       68.84
 51-3011   Bakers                                                                    12.99       15.34       17.69       9.89       14.35       22.12
 51-3021   Butchers and Meat Cutters                                                 15.15       18.39       21.63      11.99       16.77       27.27
 51-3022   Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers                               8.95        9.75       10.55       8.01        8.84       13.78
 51-3092   Food Batchmakers                                                           8.97        9.39        9.81       8.02        8.91       11.44
 51-4041   Machinists                                                                24.48       27.08       29.68      18.15       28.51       34.60
 51-4121   Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                                  32.55       34.58       36.61      22.44       36.74       43.98
 51-6011   Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                                          10.10       11.60       13.10       8.19       10.67       16.91
 51-8013   Power Plant Operators                                                     19.42       22.61       25.80      12.59       20.05       36.45
 51-8021   Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators                                 28.17       30.31       32.45      22.87       31.16       36.14
 51-8031   Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators
                                                                                     20.00       22.42       24.84      13.54       23.78       29.12
 51-8093 Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery Operators, and
           Gaugers                                                                   34.12       40.47       46.82      24.33       41.60       56.02
 51-9012   Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still Machine
           Setters, Operators, and Tenders                                           17.90       20.47       23.04      14.08       20.63       27.54
 51-9061   Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers                      26.22       29.98       33.74      11.57       31.55       42.58
 53-1021   First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers,
           Hand                                                                      22.21       24.68       27.15      13.78       22.17       37.99
 53-1031   First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving
           Machine and Vehicle Operators                                             30.01       32.29       34.57      23.04       32.01       42.82
 53-2021   Air Traffic Controllers                                                   32.61       38.77       44.93      20.62       42.43       50.55
 53-3021   Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                                        17.48       19.68       21.88      12.28       18.05       28.20
 53-3022   Bus Drivers, School or Special Client                                     12.58       15.17       17.76       8.62       15.21       22.21
 53-3031   Driver/Sales Workers                                                      12.40       14.50       16.60       8.97       13.81       21.08
 53-3032   Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers                                   23.14       24.43       25.72      17.06       25.12       31.02
 53-3033   Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers                                  20.54       23.65       26.76      13.23       24.61       33.95
 53-3041   Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                                               12.28       13.18       14.08      11.04       13.24       14.84
 53-5011   Sailors and Marine Oilers                                                 16.66       18.35       20.04      12.41       18.47       24.12
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                      Percentile
SOC
Code                                   Occupation                                  Low        Mean        High        10th       Median         90th
  53-5021   Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels                             23.65       26.45       29.25      15.79       26.04       38.80
  53-5031   Ship Engineers                                                           26.94       31.30       35.66      18.37       28.77       44.60
  53-6031   Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants                             11.03       11.99       12.95       8.70       11.17       17.01
  53-6061   Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants                      12.33       13.02       13.71      10.41       12.82       14.75
  53-6099   Transportation Workers, All Other                                        17.70       21.19       24.68      14.37       20.06       31.55
  53-7011   Conveyor Operators and Tenders                                           17.12       19.49       21.86       8.58       22.93       28.23
  53-7021   Crane and Tower Operators                                                34.06       36.49       38.92      30.72       36.33       44.00
  53-7051   Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                                   13.91       15.26       16.61      10.06       14.22       21.78
  53-7062   Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand                   16.49       17.38       18.27      10.36       17.71       22.92
  53-7064   Packers and Packagers, Hand                                               8.69       12.69       16.69       8.14       10.41       24.43
  53-7081   Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors                                18.74       20.08       21.42      13.35       20.21       27.21
  53-7199   Material Moving Workers, All Other                                       22.16       25.98       29.80      14.21       24.92       42.55

Note:
            (1) hourly wage greater than $90/hour, or an annual wage greater than $187,200.
            (2) estimates not released.
            Hourly wage rates for some occupations where workers typically work fewer than 2,080
            hours per year are not available. In these cases, annual wages are provided.

Wage Definitions
Mean Wage:
This is the estimated total wages for an occupation divided by its weighted survey employment. It is sometimes referred to as the "weighted
average." These wage data are published as either an hourly or annual wage.
                                                       May 2011 Alaska Wage Rates
                                                             Balance of State
(Includes the boroughs of Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Denali, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic,
   and the census areas of Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Nome, Southeast Fairbanks, Valdez-Cordova, Wade Hampton and Yukon-Koyukuk.)



                                                                                  95 % Confidence Interval                     Percentile
SOC
Code                                   Occupation                                   Low       Mean       High       10th      Median         90th
           Mean Hourly Wage:
           For each occupation, respondents are asked to report the number of employees paid within specific wage intervals. The intervals are
           defined both as hourly rates and the corresponding annual rates. The annual rates are calculated by multiplying the hourly wage rate
           for the interval by the typical work year of 2,080 hours. In reporting, the respondent can reference either the hourly or the annual
           rate, but is instructed to report the hourly rate for part-time workers.
           Mean Annual Wage:
           Workers in some occupations are paid an annual salary, but typically do not work a standard 52-week, 2,080 hours per year
           schedule. Since the survey does not collect the actual hours worked, the hourly rate cannot be calculated with a reasonable degree
           of confidence from the annual wages. For this reason, the annual salary is directly calculated from reported survey data and only
           annual wage estimates are reported for these occupations. Occupations such as these include musical and entertainment
           occupations, pilots and flight attendants, and teachers.
Median Wage:
Another "average wage" representing the value of the "middle" observation when the numbers are arranged from the smallest to largest. At
that point, one-half of the employees in the occupation earn more and one-half earn less. The median wage is the same as the 50th percentile
wages.
Percentile Wages (includes the 10th, 50th, and 90th percentile):
This measure of wage is calculated by ranking workers in an occupation from lowest paid to highest paid. Then, it is easy to determine the wage
where a certain percentage of workers make this amount or less. For example, at the 10th percentile wage, ten percent of all wage earners in
that occupation make that wage or less. Similarly, at the 90th percentile, 90 percent of all wage earners in that occupation make that wage or
less, and conversely, 10 percent make more than that wage. An often used measure of wage is the Median Wage, which is the 50th percentile
wage. At the median wage, one-half of all workers make less than the indicated amount, while the other one-half earn more.



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