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									                                                                        Naples MSA
                                                            Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                        Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                      2003         (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                              Employment   Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

13-2011         Accountants and Auditors                                                              820    24.87     21.49     15.58     28.48
11-3011         Administrative Services Managers                                                      210    28.39     23.30     15.15     36.72
11-2011         Advertising and Promotions Managers                                                    40    32.05     26.34     15.02     39.26
41-3011         Advertising Sales Agents                                                              110    46.00     30.09     15.42      N/R
49-3011         Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                                             50    27.99     23.73     13.49     32.78
27-1099         All Other Art and Design Workers                                                      N/R    34.05     25.38     17.07     58.57
37-9099         All Other Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Workers                       N/R    12.83     13.88      9.18     15.48
47-4999         All Other Construction Trades and Related Workers                                     300    12.10     11.99      6.14     16.04
21-9099         All Other Counselors, Social and Religious Workers                                    100    16.03     15.44     11.75     18.55
43-4999         All Other Financial, Information, and Record Clerks                                   230    13.29     12.68      9.96     15.43
23-9099         All Other Legal and Related Workers                                                    40    18.42     17.98     13.65     21.27
43-9999         All Other Secretaries, Administrative Assistants, and Other Office Support            130    11.32      9.87      6.71     14.31
39-3091         Amusement and Recreation Attendants                                                   950     7.90      7.79      6.03      8.76
13-2021         Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                                               N/R    32.57     35.33     21.05     41.78
17-1011         Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                                                 70    35.92     32.31     30.14     34.84
17-3011         Architectural and Civil Drafters                                                      250    20.22     20.22     14.88     24.15
51-2099         Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other                                                 190    14.09     12.84      8.59     18.81
27-4011         Audio and Video Equipment Technicians                                                  30    15.42     15.34     11.18     17.65
49-3021         Automotive Body and Related Repairers                                                  90    23.61     22.02     15.89     28.50
49-3023         Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                                          870    17.02     17.62     10.85     20.79
39-6011         Baggage Porters and Bellhops                                                           90     6.75      6.41      5.88      7.23
51-3011         Bakers                                                                                 90     9.50      9.43      5.85     11.98
35-3011         Bartenders                                                                            720    10.48      9.36      6.39     13.43
43-3011         Bill and Account Collectors                                                           190    13.92     13.46     11.38     15.82
43-3021         Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators                                      370    13.92     14.11     10.70     16.32
51-5011         Bindery Workers                                                                        50    14.34     13.61     11.86     16.57
19-4021         Biological Technicians                                                                 10    19.11     19.00     14.61     22.61
43-3031         Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                                        2,030    14.52     14.75     10.96     16.68
47-2021         Brickmasons and Blockmasons                                                           330    14.37     13.06     11.12     17.90
27-4012         Broadcast Technicians                                                                  30    13.86     13.34      9.98     16.79
43-4011         Brokerage Clerks                                                                       90    15.56     15.66     12.66     17.32
13-2031         Budget Analysts                                                                        30    23.34     22.81     18.20     26.90
49-3031         Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists                                  90    15.36     15.85     11.77     17.74
53-3021         Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                                                    N/R     8.31      8.00      6.65      8.82
13-1199         Business Operations Specialists, All Other                                            410    27.21     23.12     16.36     29.86
51-3021         Butchers and Meat Cutters                                                              90    12.01     11.33      9.95     13.48


N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                             1
                                                                       Naples MSA
                                                           Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                                      Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                                   2003          (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                                           Employment    Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

51-7011         Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                                                                 180     13.73      10.60       9.77     14.98
53-5021         Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels                                                        20     21.95      18.07      11.49     36.50
47-2031         Carpenters                                                                                       1,150     16.47      16.36      11.11     19.97
41-2011         Cashiers                                                                                         3,530      8.81       8.32       6.84     10.10
47-2051         Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                                                               760     13.77      13.50      10.01     16.05
35-1011         Chefs and Head Cooks                                                                               300     23.64      21.65      14.99     30.11
19-2031         Chemists                                                                                            10     21.17      20.15      17.50     23.69
11-1011         Chief Executives                                                                                   380     57.54      47.15      26.92       N/R
39-9011         Child Care Workers                                                                                 210      8.14       7.47       6.20      9.40
21-1021         Child, Family, and School Social Workers                                                            90     14.39      12.84      10.81     18.23
29-1011         Chiropractors                                                                                      N/R     15.54      14.50      12.66     15.87
17-2051         Civil Engineers                                                                                    160     28.46      27.62      18.33     34.91
13-1031         Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators                                                     N/R     16.66      15.99      14.85     17.17
53-7061         Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment                                                                 370      8.20       7.70       6.16      9.59
21-2011         Clergy                                                                                              30     13.89      13.52       6.92     18.20
27-2022         Coaches and Scouts                                                                                 140    32,075 *   25,188 *   16,098 * 34,602 *
51-9121         Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                             20     11.92      11.38       9.81     13.83
35-3021         Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food                               1,810      7.52       6.71       5.92      8.47
53-2012         Commercial Pilots                                                                                  N/R    75,610 *   74,320 *   33,939 * 110,114 *
13-1072         Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists                                                60     20.23      18.64      15.51     22.94
13-1041         Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety, and Transportati          50     20.68      19.46      16.37     21.69
11-3021         Computer and Information Systems Managers                                                           90     45.18      41.63      30.17     53.88
43-9011         Computer Operators                                                                                  30     13.50      13.11       9.97     15.18
15-1021         Computer Programmers                                                                               190     32.65      32.50      20.08     42.15
15-1031         Computer Software Engineers, Applications                                                          110     34.74      33.82      25.97     41.57
15-1032         Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software                                                      100     40.60      34.83      23.25     60.55
15-1099         Computer Specialists, All Other                                                                     10     16.04      13.60      12.09     21.95
15-1041         Computer Support Specialists                                                                       290     16.15      15.77      10.72     19.53
15-1051         Computer Systems Analysts                                                                          180     23.50      23.34      15.90     28.30
51-4011         Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic                                       10     15.30      15.36      10.86     19.12
39-6012         Concierges                                                                                          40     11.54      11.44       9.20     13.10
47-2061         Construction Laborers                                                                            1,510     11.38      11.00       9.31     12.78
11-9021         Construction Managers                                                                              580     35.20      34.56      15.30     43.05
35-2011         Cooks, Fast Food                                                                                   280     11.18      10.54       5.91     15.87
35-2012         Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                                                                   230     10.86      10.69       8.59     12.43
35-2014         Cooks, Restaurant                                                                                1,710     11.44      10.99       8.89     13.41


N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                                           2
                                                                       Naples MSA
                                                           Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                                  Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                                2003         (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                                        Employment   Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

35-2015         Cooks, Short Order                                                                               80    10.25     10.28      8.61     11.46
13-1051         Cost Estimators                                                                                 310    27.58     26.11     19.02     33.62
41-2021         Counter and Rental Clerks                                                                       260    12.98     11.59      7.90     16.88
35-3022         Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop                                 460     8.07      7.85      6.18      9.47
43-5021         Couriers and Messengers                                                                         110     9.42      9.51      6.75     10.94
43-4031         Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                                                            180    14.81     15.09     12.52     16.59
13-2041         Credit Analysts                                                                                  30    25.09     23.05     15.93     33.55
43-4041         Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks                                                         70    14.37     12.45      9.09     15.58
43-4051         Customer Service Representatives                                                              1,200    11.78     11.11      8.09     13.72
51-4031         Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic          20    11.09     11.64      8.85     12.71
43-9021         Data Entry Keyers                                                                               300    10.85     10.49      8.74     12.48
15-1061         Database Administrators                                                                          60    27.00     25.65     18.94     34.13
41-9011         Demonstrators and Product Promoters                                                             130    12.62     12.86      7.82     16.48
31-9091         Dental Assistants                                                                               N/R    17.30     15.65     11.83     18.54
29-2021         Dental Hygienists                                                                               230    20.90     19.63     19.05     20.95
51-9081         Dental Laboratory Technicians                                                                   N/R    21.64     18.74     14.58     24.89
29-1020         Dentists                                                                                        150    41.42     36.39     30.40     42.10
29-2032         Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                                                                  40    29.63     23.63     18.97     27.95
29-2051         Dietetic Technicians                                                                             20    13.62     12.11      8.04     17.84
29-1031         Dietitians and Nutritionists                                                                    N/R    17.14     16.09     15.15     17.52
35-9011         Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers                                      870     8.21      7.84      6.59      9.07
21-2021         Directors, Religious Activities and Education                                                   N/R    16.43     16.12     11.47     20.46
35-9021         Dishwashers                                                                                     830     8.28      8.11      7.37      9.16
43-5032         Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance                                                 100    15.05     15.07     10.61     18.06
53-3031         Driver/Sales Workers                                                                            240    11.04      9.53      6.16     15.32
47-2081         Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers                                                             330    14.77     15.11     11.15     17.39
47-5021         Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas                                                               10    15.44     15.00     12.63     17.85
27-3041         Editors                                                                                          70    20.69     19.39     12.31     25.31
11-9031         Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care Center/Program                                20    15.99     13.30     11.91     16.38
47-2111         Electricians                                                                                    990    15.69     15.28     11.89     18.72
49-2097         Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers and Repairers                                N/R    15.94     16.04     13.08     18.52
13-1071         Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists                                              N/R    15.42     13.72     11.21     18.56
11-9041         Engineering Managers                                                                             30    48.04     44.58     38.17     55.29
17-2199         Engineers, All Other                                                                             20    28.33     29.03     16.34     38.54
17-3025         Environmental Engineering Technicians                                                           N/R    15.53     14.18     13.05     17.98
17-2081         Environmental Engineers                                                                         N/R    44.42     32.37     21.24     52.90


N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                                       3
                                                                       Naples MSA
                                                           Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                                    Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                                  2003         (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                                          Employment   Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

19-4091         Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health                                 10    14.08     14.37     12.06     15.73
19-2041         Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health                                         70    29.82     19.54     15.16     25.80
53-7032         Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators                                             120    15.39     14.27     11.04     18.16
43-6011         Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants                                             1,400    16.83     15.88     12.12     19.46
29-1062         Family and General Practitioners                                                                  230    94.29      N/R       N/R       N/R
49-3041         Farm Equipment Mechanics                                                                           10    11.64     12.05      9.88     12.95
45-2092         Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse                                         1,520     6.62      6.54      5.94      7.39
51-2091         Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators                                                              20    29.09     36.10     13.82     39.92
43-4071         File Clerks                                                                                       300    10.83     10.68      7.91     12.96
13-2051         Financial Analysts                                                                                 30    38.49     25.11     16.56     45.68
11-3031         Financial Managers                                                                                350    42.90     38.76     26.41     51.41
13-2099         Financial Specialists, All Other                                                                   70    23.57     21.56     15.65     28.87
27-1013         Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators                                     N/R    19.03     20.89     10.87     24.63
33-2011         Fire Fighters                                                                                     360    20.14     19.33     15.21     23.94
33-2021         Fire Inspectors and Investigators                                                                  20    25.44     27.26     18.08     31.20
47-1011         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers                   1,140    26.53     23.79     18.01     31.21
45-1011         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers                         N/R    16.51     15.50     10.24     19.55
33-1021         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers                            50    35.09     34.78     31.20     39.76
35-1012         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation and Serving Workers                           650    16.03     15.23     11.82     18.82
53-1021         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand                    40    21.97     19.97     15.34     25.59
37-1011         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers                            200    16.09     15.32     10.95     19.52
37-1012         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers          330    18.52     17.39     13.06     21.53
49-1011         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers                           350    23.79     23.56     16.91     27.44
41-1012         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales Workers                                       210    34.25     27.83     21.04     40.07
43-1011         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Administrative Support Workers                    1,050    19.42     19.00     13.32     22.54
39-1021         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers                                       180    17.67     15.55      9.73     21.97
51-1011         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers                               270    20.24     18.24     13.41     24.76
41-1011         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers                                         1,020    20.29     17.62     12.61     23.08
53-1031         First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Transportation and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle         220    20.00     19.71     12.54     24.64
33-1099         First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective Service Workers, All Other                             50    18.58     16.96     12.21     21.71
39-9031         Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors                                                         230    15.30     13.13      9.00     20.74
27-1023         Floral Designers                                                                                  110    11.52     11.83      8.64     13.23
35-9099         Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other                                            90     9.17      9.57      6.57     10.63
35-2021         Food Preparation Workers                                                                          940     9.09      9.06      7.23     10.43
35-3041         Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                                                                       340     7.23      6.89      6.01      8.15
11-9051         Food Service Managers                                                                             280    20.60     17.80     14.55     23.02


N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                                         4
                                                                       Naples MSA
                                                           Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                       Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                     2003         (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                             Employment   Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

51-7021         Furniture Finishers                                                                   40    12.88     13.06      7.39     16.24
11-1021         General and Operations Managers                                                    1,410    46.59     37.91     21.81     62.20
45-2041         Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products                                           N/R     7.59      6.47      5.96      7.89
27-1024         Graphic Designers                                                                     70    18.40     16.31     11.20     20.10
51-9022         Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand                                                  50     9.93      9.91      8.12     11.18
39-5012         Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists                                       490    13.41     13.04      7.61     16.49
29-1199         Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other                               70    17.54     17.84      7.72     25.57
49-9021         Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers                360    17.31     16.52     12.22     20.54
47-3019         Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other                                              N/R    11.61     12.53      8.51     13.67
47-3011         Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters          170    10.55     10.49      9.40     11.59
47-3012         Helpers--Carpenters                                                                  110    11.85     11.88      8.88     13.90
47-3013         Helpers--Electricians                                                                130    10.58     10.34     10.05     11.03
49-9098         Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers                               130     9.17      8.99      6.82     10.42
51-9198         Helpers--Production Workers                                                           20    11.96     10.56      8.42     14.91
49-9031         Home Appliance Repairers                                                             N/R     9.05      7.89      7.58      8.43
31-1011         Home Health Aides                                                                    520     9.58      9.53      8.10     10.52
35-9031         Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop                             660     9.26      9.46      6.43     10.82
43-4081         Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                                                 220     9.72      9.93      8.01     10.85
43-4161         Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping                           150    14.42     13.97     11.72     16.21
11-3040         Human Resources Managers                                                              70    33.31     27.93     20.17     43.20
49-9041         Industrial Machinery Mechanics                                                       N/R    16.16     15.60     12.45     18.92
11-3051         Industrial Production Managers                                                        20    36.29     30.94     25.30     39.29
53-7051         Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                                               440    13.33     12.12      9.52     16.39
49-9099         Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other                             230    12.52     11.70      9.80     13.46
43-9041         Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks                                         60    13.36     12.71      9.29     15.80
41-3021         Insurance Sales Agents                                                               270    26.83     24.86     16.19     30.47
13-2053         Insurance Underwriters                                                                20    25.04     22.98     17.24     27.76
27-1025         Interior Designers                                                                   260    24.98     22.57     14.97     30.42
37-2011         Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                        920     9.81      9.51      7.08     11.14
51-9071         Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers                                         20    14.84     13.61     10.77     18.92
53-7062         Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand                               990     9.71      9.51      7.13     10.92
17-1012         Landscape Architects                                                                  40    31.38     30.78     17.81     37.25
37-3011         Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                                             2,770    10.60     10.08      7.84     12.35
51-6011         Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                                                     470     8.21      8.04      6.50      9.42
23-1011         Lawyers                                                                              470    72.22      N/R      34.17      N/R
43-6012         Legal Secretaries                                                                    190    17.91     17.35     15.43     20.12


N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                            5
                                                                       Naples MSA
                                                           Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                       Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                     2003         (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                             Employment   Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

11-1031         Legislators                                                                           30    10.22     11.68      6.35     12.91
25-4021         Librarians                                                                            90    20.34     19.86     14.55     24.32
29-2061         Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                                    680    17.23     17.07     13.43     19.93
19-1099         Life Scientists, All Other                                                            20    20.66     19.09     15.12     25.17
19-4099         Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other                             70    13.70     12.88      8.86     16.99
43-4131         Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                                          80    14.76     14.80     11.13     17.03
13-2072         Loan Officers                                                                        160    27.78     25.28     17.81     35.46
39-3093         Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants                                   90     9.62      9.49      8.08     10.76
49-9094         Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                                                         50    11.27     11.43      9.61     12.72
11-9081         Lodging Managers                                                                      40    38.35     23.17     20.07     44.04
51-4041         Machinists                                                                            50    17.92     16.29     13.64     18.27
37-2012         Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                                    1,540     9.33      8.72      7.18     10.34
43-9051         Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service                        120    10.93     10.75      8.83     12.42
49-9042         Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                                            1,410    12.85     12.14      8.95     15.05
13-1111         Management Analysts                                                                  240    39.26     30.89     20.70     48.19
11-9199         Managers, All Other                                                                  270    34.86     27.27     21.72     38.32
39-5092         Manicurists and Pedicurists                                                           40    10.02      9.13      7.24     11.62
19-3021         Market Research Analysts                                                              70    47.44     35.31     19.48      N/R
11-2021         Marketing Managers                                                                    70    35.90     32.38     20.73     43.80
21-1013         Marriage and Family Therapists                                                        20    19.44     19.55     17.43     21.15
31-9011         Massage Therapists                                                                    50    12.86      8.37      7.06     17.09
51-3022         Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers                                         N/R    12.33     11.01      9.42     14.11
17-3013         Mechanical Drafters                                                                  N/R    18.83     19.25     17.55     20.58
27-3099         Media and Communication Workers, All Other                                            40    18.92     16.47     11.20     24.59
29-2011         Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists                                         40    22.56     23.39     17.84     26.36
11-9111         Medical and Health Services Managers                                                 120    36.18     32.74     22.88     41.72
31-9092         Medical Assistants                                                                   250    13.42     12.99     11.37     14.88
29-2071         Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                                   160    13.69     12.78     11.30     15.18
43-6013         Medical Secretaries                                                                  190    13.35     12.52     10.36     14.10
31-9094         Medical Transcriptionists                                                             80    14.33     14.13     11.65     16.38
13-1121         Meeting and Convention Planners                                                      110    18.05     18.11     13.28     20.57
21-1023         Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers                                     N/R    14.15     14.70      9.80     16.65
21-1014         Mental Health Counselors                                                              20    16.22     18.07      8.72     21.09
43-5041         Meter Readers, Utilities                                                              20    13.86     13.56     10.81     15.63
51-9023         Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                           60    12.53     12.83      9.24     14.85
49-3042         Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines                                      80    17.03     16.74     13.42     19.98


N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                            6
                                                                       Naples MSA
                                                           Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                        Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                     2003          (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                             Employment    Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

51-9195         Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and Plastic                              100     11.17      10.97       8.88      12.62
53-3099         Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                                                    20      8.23       7.73       6.13      10.24
49-3051         Motorboat Mechanics                                                                  130     15.67      15.67      11.17      19.05
53-5022         Motorboat Operators                                                                   30     17.89      20.01       9.13      23.84
51-4081         Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic              10     14.14      14.56      11.40      16.12
27-2041         Music Directors and Composers                                                        N/R    32,665 *   31,598 *   27,529 *   34,215 *
15-1071         Network and Computer Systems Administrators                                          120     29.38      27.30      18.17      35.34
15-1081         Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts                                     100     26.31      23.92      17.55      30.99
43-4141         New Accounts Clerks                                                                  160     14.37      13.92      12.79      15.85
39-2021         Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                                                            100     10.89      11.42       8.30      12.77
31-1012         Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                                           1,030     10.34      10.15       9.40      11.26
29-9010         Occupational Health and Safety Specialists and Technicians                            20     23.48      22.96      15.89      29.69
43-9061         Office Clerks, General                                                             2,610     11.08      11.01       7.22      13.49
43-9071         Office Machine Operators, Except Computer                                             20      9.58       9.38       7.75      10.95
47-2073         Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators                       570     14.89      14.33      11.70      17.44
15-2031         Operations Research Analysts                                                          40     27.87      20.61      14.57      27.47
29-2081         Opticians, Dispensing                                                                 60     23.62      23.73      14.03      32.81
43-4151         Order Clerks                                                                         120     12.68      11.62       9.08      15.58
49-3053         Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine Mechanics                             N/R     15.75      14.20      12.20      19.89
53-7064         Packers and Packagers, Hand                                                          770      6.71       6.42       6.08       6.96
47-2141         Painters, Construction and Maintenance                                               760     12.81      12.20      10.04      14.59
51-9122         Painters, Transportation Equipment                                                    10     13.89      12.63       9.63      16.69
51-9123         Painting, Coating, and Decorating Workers                                            N/R     12.93      12.83      10.81      14.74
23-2011         Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                                      390     22.67      23.56      17.81      26.15
53-6021         Parking Lot Attendants                                                                70      6.85       6.51       6.06       7.20
41-2022         Parts Salespersons                                                                   140     18.26      17.50      13.08      22.65
43-3051         Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                                       170     12.39      12.66       8.11      14.93
39-9099         Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other                                          40     10.18       9.43       7.62      11.82
13-2052         Personal Financial Advisors                                                          320     43.94      35.67      15.81      64.56
37-2021         Pest Control Workers                                                                 100     10.03       9.49       7.28      10.94
37-3012         Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators, Vegetation                            N/R     12.71      12.54      10.84      13.98
29-1051         Pharmacists                                                                          140     40.47      41.69      35.94      44.93
29-2052         Pharmacy Technicians                                                                 110     10.83      10.51       8.81      12.45
27-4021         Photographers                                                                         20     14.13      14.16      10.43      16.19
51-9131         Photographic Process Workers                                                         N/R      8.41       8.28       7.73       9.26
51-9132         Photographic Processing Machine Operators                                             40     10.24      10.06       8.03      12.09


N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                             7
                                                                       Naples MSA
                                                           Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                                      Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                                   2003          (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                                           Employment    Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

31-2021         Physical Therapist Assistants                                                                       40     18.95      18.85      15.98      21.13
29-1071         Physician Assistants                                                                               160     33.97      33.30      24.37      40.01
29-1069         Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                                                                 390     60.69      52.08      44.30        N/R
47-2151         Pipelayers                                                                                         160     12.01      11.53      10.39      13.43
47-2161         Plasterers and Stucco Masons                                                                       420     16.83      16.59      13.34      18.40
47-2152         Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                                                            410     15.63      15.60      11.96      18.54
51-5022         Prepress Technicians and Workers                                                                    50     15.52      15.77      11.45      18.31
25-2011         Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education                                                       300      9.43       8.22       6.96       9.82
51-6021         Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials                                                  N/R      9.85      10.94       6.72      12.28
51-5023         Printing Machine Operators                                                                          60     14.54      14.58       9.96      17.43
43-3061         Procurement Clerks                                                                                  50     13.03      13.22      10.28      15.00
27-2012         Producers and Directors                                                                             20    54,741 *   59,662 *   24,624 *   75,508 *
43-5061         Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                                                         90     15.69      13.94      10.22      17.43
43-9081         Proofreaders and Copy Markers                                                                      N/R      7.53       6.85       6.43       7.43
11-9141         Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers                                          280     28.99      24.93      17.71      34.90
33-9099         Protective Service Workers, All Other                                                              240     13.40      12.52       9.65      15.42
29-2053         Psychiatric Technicians                                                                            N/R     11.96      11.96       9.20      13.72
11-2031         Public Relations Managers                                                                           30     43.26      45.67      25.19      55.38
27-3031         Public Relations Specialists                                                                       190     24.82      20.23      12.32      25.82
13-1023         Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products                                      90     19.88      18.73      14.74      22.57
11-3061         Purchasing Managers                                                                                 30     28.71      22.65      15.00      30.80
29-2034         Radiologic Technologists and Technicians                                                           410     22.74      22.85      18.46      25.91
41-9021         Real Estate Brokers                                                                                300     32.00      37.68      15.11      41.50
41-9022         Real Estate Sales Agents                                                                           390     23.84      15.30      12.03      17.94
43-4171         Receptionists and Information Clerks                                                             1,590     11.45      11.07       8.84      13.38
39-9032         Recreation Workers                                                                                 370     10.37       9.74       7.07      11.78
29-1111         Registered Nurses                                                                                2,310     24.84      24.20      19.50      27.12
21-1015         Rehabilitation Counselors                                                                           10     13.10      13.65      10.44      15.30
43-4181         Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks                                      80     10.47      10.19       8.18      12.13
41-2031         Retail Salespersons                                                                              5,620     11.87      10.05       7.75      12.86
47-2181         Roofers                                                                                            150     21.36      21.38      11.73      29.78
41-9099         Sales and Related Workers, All Other                                                               390     23.51      19.89      11.22      28.76
11-2022         Sales Managers                                                                                     140     47.16      37.03      19.58      65.72
41-4012         Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Produc       1,050     25.31      19.92      12.75      28.12
41-4011         Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products               90     30.30      21.93      14.78      43.12
43-6014         Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive                                                1,700     12.65      12.38       9.31      14.69


N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                                           8
                                                                       Naples MSA
                                                           Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                       Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                     2003         (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                             Employment   Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

41-3031         Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents                         310    32.78     23.28     15.19     40.46
49-2098         Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                                           120    15.28     15.07     10.83     17.99
33-9032         Security Guards                                                                      770     9.52      9.41      7.54     10.58
25-3021         Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                                                    30    16.67     17.21      9.97     21.75
53-6031         Service Station Attendants                                                            90     9.44      9.00      7.92     10.57
51-6031         Sewing Machine Operators                                                             110    10.97      8.88      8.20     11.21
39-5093         Shampooers                                                                            40     9.31      9.06      8.11     10.29
47-2211         Sheet Metal Workers                                                                  120    12.83     12.37      9.20     14.19
43-5071         Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                                              420    11.12     10.52      8.26     12.77
39-5094         Skin Care Specialists                                                                N/R    13.96     15.14      7.87     17.88
11-9151         Social and Community Service Managers                                                 40    27.68     27.54     15.36     34.28
21-1093         Social and Human Service Assistants                                                  120    10.81     10.63      7.93     12.80
43-5081         Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                                     1,680     9.77      9.67      7.39     11.09
47-2022         Stonemasons                                                                           30    16.70     14.11      9.04     23.62
47-2221         Structural Iron and Steel Workers                                                     90    18.89     16.99     12.21     21.96
51-2041         Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters                                             N/R    17.05     16.70     15.76     17.86
21-1011         Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors                                    20    15.41     15.52     13.54     16.76
29-1067         Surgeons                                                                              70    93.76      N/R       N/R       N/R
29-2055         Surgical Technologists                                                               150    15.78     15.21     12.19     18.12
17-3031         Surveying and Mapping Technicians                                                    190    16.13     14.01     11.69     19.10
17-1022         Surveyors                                                                            N/R    25.63     25.07     20.75     27.08
43-2011         Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service                                   270    10.24     10.04      8.31     11.25
51-6052         Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers                                               20    10.39     10.43      9.92     11.12
13-2082         Tax Preparers                                                                        N/R    11.98      9.15      6.80     14.68
53-3041         Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                                                          130     8.90      7.55      6.04      8.50
51-2092         Team Assemblers                                                                      440    10.46      9.61      7.18     12.23
43-3071         Tellers                                                                              430    10.47     10.50      9.08     11.53
47-2044         Tile and Marble Setters                                                              560    19.29     19.09     11.91     23.69
49-3093         Tire Repairers and Changers                                                           20     9.87      9.83      7.68     11.49
23-2093         Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers                                           70    19.04     18.24     15.10     21.48
39-6021         Tour Guides and Escorts                                                              N/R    12.04     11.16      9.99     13.32
13-1073         Training and Development Specialists                                                 100    18.14     15.10     11.98     20.99
53-6099         Transportation Workers, All Other                                                     30    13.71     12.87      9.29     16.76
11-3071         Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers                                    40    42.68     39.83     24.48     47.58
41-3041         Travel Agents                                                                        100    16.06     16.71     11.56     19.13
53-3032         Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer                                             720    13.62     13.44     10.00     16.06


N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                            9
                                                                        Naples MSA
                                                            Occupational Employment and Wages
                                                                                                                                            Hourly Wage
Occupational                                                                                                          2003         (2003 wage estimates in dollars)
Code         Title                                                                                                  Employment   Mean    Median    Entry**     Exp***

53-3033         Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services                                                                 940    12.11     11.03      8.85     13.18
29-1131         Veterinarians                                                                                              40    33.48     37.54     24.07     42.21
31-9096         Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers                                                     50     9.89      9.18      8.28     10.66
29-2056         Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                                                                   80    10.18     10.27      9.30     11.08
25-1194         Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary                                                               20    29.66     30.37     20.17     34.04
35-3031         Waiters and Waitresses                                                                                  3,690     9.00      6.63      5.90     12.37
51-8031         Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operators                                               110    18.35     17.83     13.60     21.33
43-5111         Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping                                                 40    11.74     11.80      9.85     13.27
51-4121         Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                                                                  100    11.71     12.07      8.50     13.58
13-1022         Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products                                                          60    27.65     19.10     12.17     27.12
51-7042         Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Except Sawing                                        N/R    10.92     11.52      8.21     12.87
43-9022         Word Processors and Typists                                                                                40    11.91     11.93      9.54     13.43
19-1023         Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                                                                         20    18.56     16.58     13.95     20.78




                ** Entry Wage - This is the wage an entry-level worker might expect to make. It is defined as the
                average (mean) wage earned by the lowest third of all workers in a given occupation.

                *** Experienced Wage - This is the wage an experienced worker might expect to make. It is defined
                as a wage that is greater than 75 percent of all workers’ wages in a given occupation.




N/R-Not releasable *Annual wage **Entry level wage ***Experienced level wage
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics, October 2004.                                                                                 10

								
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