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									                                                 2011 Occupational Wage Report: Green Bay, WI MSA

                                                                S = Suppressed
SOC                                                 2011 Annual        2011               Hourly Rates*          Avg Wage                 Employment
Code                Occupational Title             Average Salary Employment Average Median         Middle Range PRSE (%)                  PRSE (%)
                                                Management, Professional and Related Occupations
13-2011   Accountants and Auditors                              60,890             1,270       29.28      27.10    22.06 - 33.81    2.5           8.6
11-3011   Administrative Services Managers                      66,890               350       32.16      29.48    21.54 - 40.53    4.4           6.1
25-3011                                                         61,240
          Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Instructors 70         29.44      25.54    19.53 - 34.28   13.9          18.9
11-2011   Advertising and Promotions Managers                   75,450                30       36.27      36.66    20.83 - 51.94    7.7          14.2
19-4011   Agricultural and Food Science Technicians             30,440                 S       14.64      14.04    12.01 - 16.71    3.5             S
13-2021   Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate               57,790                80       27.79      25.87    18.49 - 33.38   10.0          24.7
17-1011   Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                60,210                70       28.95      27.03    18.02 - 38.25   18.6          33.1
17-3011   Architectural and Civil Drafters                      44,940               120       21.61      21.13    18.52 - 23.93    2.0           9.7
11-9041   Architectural and Engineering Managers               100,620               150       48.37      47.79    40.75 - 58.17    2.3          24.9
27-1011   Art Directors                                         51,250                30       24.64      24.51     13.7 - 32.43    8.8          24.1
27-2021   Athletes and Sports Competitors                      107,140                 S           S   36880.00       19130 - S    25.1             S
29-9091   Athletic Trainers                                     45,450                40           S   45400.00   40060 - 52310     2.9          19.6
25-1042   Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary            72,630                30           S   58630.00   52850 - 88850    12.0           8.6
19-4021   Biological Technicians                                29,160                70       14.02      13.46    12.53 - 14.47    4.4          41.3
27-4012   Broadcast Technicians                                 30,110                50       14.48      12.97    11.07 - 14.91    4.5          17.4
13-1199   Business Operations Specialists, All OtherS           53,690               940       25.81      23.67    16.54 - 31.19    6.0           9.4
29-2031   Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians          59,110                50       28.42      28.34    24.54 - 33.14    2.8           2.2
25-2023   Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle School    71,720                50           S   77080.00   59190 - 86790     5.2          27.0
25-2032   Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School 49,740                70           S   48900.00   37890 - 57570     7.3          28.9
19-4031   Chemical Technicians                                  43,220                 S       20.78      15.36    12.19 - 23.42   11.8             S
19-2031   Chemists                                              49,940                 S       24.01      22.80     19.64 - 27.3    3.7             S
11-1011   Chief Executives                                     179,610               250       86.35      79.91        55.02 - S    4.9          10.9
21-1021   Child, Family, and School Social Workers              55,750               210       26.80      28.09     20.34 - 33.2    7.9          21.4
29-1011   Chiropractors                                         89,720                50       43.13      42.03    24.83 - 65.16   26.9          26.5
17-3022   Civil Engineering Technicians                         44,930               130       21.60      21.99     17.38 - 26.2    5.1          23.7
17-2051   Civil Engineers                                       66,050               390       31.75      31.01    26.76 - 36.37    1.6          28.8
13-1031   Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators        48,750               190       23.44      21.30    16.52 - 29.68   11.8          21.7
21-2011   Clergy                                                46,780                40       22.49      22.45    19.77 - 25.87    2.4           7.6
19-3031   Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists        60,800               150       29.23      27.39    18.97 - 34.28   16.0          12.3
27-2022   Coaches and Scouts                                    29,290               230           S   19460.00   17420 - 37080    11.2          13.1
27-1021   Commercial and Industrial Designers                   49,650                40       23.87      23.30    19.25 - 27.82    3.3          17.4
21-1798   Community and Social Service Specialists, All OtherS  37,260                70       17.91      17.25      13.9 - 21.3    4.6          11.6
11-3111   Compensation and Benefits Managers                    98,160                60       47.19      44.93    35.25 - 59.49    3.6          18.9
13-1141   Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists  52,570               150       25.28      24.00    19.28 - 29.46    3.0          19.2
13-1041   Compliance Officers                                   51,480               310       24.75      23.52    19.68 - 29.44    2.8          11.5

     WI Dept of Workforce Development
     Labor Market Information
     OES, 2012 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                     Green Bay: Page 1 of Page 13                                        05/18/2012
                                                2011 Occupational Wage Report: Green Bay, WI MSA

                                                                S = Suppressed
SOC                                                 2011 Annual        2011               Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
Code                Occupational Title             Average Salary Employment Average Median         Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
11-3021                                       Management,106,090
          Computer and Information Systems Managers                         Related 51.01
                                                           Professional and 430     Occupations
                                                                                             45.73     38.12 - 56.86        4.0       15.5
15-1799   Computer Occupations, All OtherS                          72,300         100         34.76       34.38     27.34 - 42.92    5.0          34.3
15-1131   Computer Programmers                                      62,960         460         30.27       28.81     22.61 - 36.72    3.9          26.5
15-1150   Computer Support Specialists                              46,860         680         22.53       21.26     17.32 - 26.83    2.1          10.0
15-1121   Computer Systems Analysts                                 71,880         860         34.56       34.83     28.23 - 41.32    1.6           9.5
11-9021   Construction Managers                                     70,460         220         33.87       32.59     22.74 - 42.67    5.6          20.3
13-1051   Cost Estimators                                           49,650         400         23.87       21.84     17.03 - 29.21    2.9          10.3
21-1019   Counselors, All Other                                     29,870          70         14.36       13.56     10.63 - 17.87   10.4          48.8
13-2041   Credit Analysts                                           61,020          60         29.34       29.74     23.07 - 35.72    6.1          49.6
25-4012   Curators                                                  40,140           S         19.30       18.80      16.63 - 21.7    2.7             S
15-1141   Database Administrators                                   57,220         250         27.51       26.14     20.99 - 33.16    5.5           9.6
29-2021   Dental Hygienists                                         59,810         300         28.76       28.64     25.89 - 32.16    2.7          16.0
29-1021   Dentists, General                                        178,070         110         85.61       77.45         54.69 - S   18.5          39.2
27-1029   Designers, All Other                                      54,950          40         26.42       22.90     20.53 - 31.38    8.7          34.5
29-2032   Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                           70,890          80         34.08       33.62        30.57 - 37    2.5          25.7
29-1031   Dietitians and Nutritionists                              52,440          70         25.21       24.52     20.15 - 31.27    5.0          10.6
27-3041   Editors                                                   46,380         120         22.30       19.16     11.25 - 33.32    9.9          23.5
11-9039   Education Administrators, All Other                       62,350          50         29.97       28.25     24.69 - 35.52    3.1          10.3
11-9032   Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School 97,050         160             S   100180.00   85220 - 111170     2.7           7.1
11-9033   Education Administrators, Postsecondary                   86,120         110         41.40       39.28       28.4 - 52.9    4.9          10.3
11-9031                                                             44,980
          Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/Program          80         21.63       18.83     14.27 - 23.31   18.1          19.7
25-1081   Education Teachers, Postsecondary                         52,980          90             S    48300.00    35910 - 58710    11.2          34.3
21-1012                                                             5
          Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors 8,470           190         28.11       25.47     20.03 - 33.27    6.4           9.6
17-3012   Electrical and Electronics Drafters                       50,760           S         24.40       23.08     20.77 - 27.77    2.5             S
17-3023   Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians        61,900          80         29.76       30.78     27.71 - 33.72    3.3          34.3
17-2071   Electrical Engineers                                      80,160         260         38.54       40.27     30.58 - 45.68    2.3          18.8
17-3024   Electro-Mechanical Technicians                            52,200          60         25.10       24.90      21.9 - 27.72    4.5          47.0
17-2072   Electronics Engineers, Except Computer                    71,680          50         34.46       34.25     31.13 - 37.55    2.6          28.9
25-2021   Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 55,170            1,130             S    52750.00    41280 - 67350     5.5          24.9
29-2041   Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics              27,590         250         13.27       12.09     10.41 - 15.41    4.9          18.9
17-2199   Engineers, All Other                                      83,780         110         40.28       37.79     30.86 - 46.15    4.9           6.9
17-2081   Environmental Engineers                                   75,260          60         36.18       36.53     31.92 - 41.59    2.1          19.5
19-2041   Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health61,810          90         29.72       29.20        26 - 34.32    3.9          15.4
29-1062   Family and General Practitioners                         185,780          70         89.32       84.81         67.73 - S    8.7          15.7
13-2051   Financial Analysts                                        70,090         220         33.70       30.46        21.69 - 42    7.2          27.7
11-3031   Financial Managers                                       104,650         740         50.31       44.60      34.6 - 60.13    4.8          11.9

     WI Dept of Workforce Development
     Labor Market Information
     OES, 2012 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                     Green Bay: Page 2 of Page 13                                          05/18/2012
                                                2011 Occupational Wage Report: Green Bay, WI MSA

                                                                S = Suppressed
SOC                                                 2011 Annual        2011                Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
Code                Occupational Title             Average Salary Employment Average Median          Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
13-2099   Financial Specialists, All Other      Management, Professional and 130
                                                            58,530           Related 28.14
                                                                                     Occupations
                                                                                              26.39     20.06 - 36.07        4.9       25.5
27-1023   Floral Designers                                         23,330            60        11.22      10.55     9.41 - 11.72    8.8          13.9
19-1012   Food Scientists and Technologists                        65,030            60        31.27      31.20    21.58 - 39.92    7.3          48.4
11-9051   Food Service Managers                                    40,920           230        19.67      19.80     16.39 - 22.2    3.0          24.3
11-1021   General and Operations Managers                         105,770        1,970         50.85      44.55    29.58 - 60.91    2.6           7.7
27-1024   Graphic Designers                                        39,420           380        18.95      17.22    13.69 - 23.58    2.8           9.5
29-1199   Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other 83,700              S        40.24      36.97    32.23 - 45.95    4.1             S
29-2799   Health Technologists and Technicians, All OtherS         44,560           180        21.42      18.76    15.61 - 26.43    2.8          10.8
29-9799                                                            5
          Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All OtherS1,570           140        24.80      17.61    14.09 - 34.24    9.1          18.1
21-1022   Healthcare Social Workers                                48,680           160        23.40      23.56    19.94 - 27.01    2.7           6.1
11-3121   Human Resources Managers                                 96,050           160        46.18      43.68    31.67 - 52.99    4.7          13.2
13-1078                                                            48,850
          Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists, All OtherS    650        23.49      22.31    17.71 - 28.95    5.7           8.2
17-2112   Industrial Engineers                                     60,620           220        29.14      26.94    21.81 - 33.88    4.0          13.9
11-3051   Industrial Production Managers                           78,340           300        37.67      35.42    27.81 - 43.83    3.4           8.3
15-1179                                                            63,290           280
          Information Security Analysts, Web Developers, and Computer Network Architects       30.43      29.39    23.96 - 36.64    2.6           9.5
25-9031   Instructional Coordinators                               71,590            40        34.42      33.39    26.29 - 42.44    6.3          11.0
27-1025   Interior Designers                                       34,480            90        16.58      15.91    12.31 - 20.41    5.7          32.8
27-3091   Interpreters and Translators                             30,000           120        14.42      15.13     9.63 - 18.37    7.6          14.7
25-2012   Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education          49,330           230            S   49840.00   42030 - 56560     3.1          18.5
23-1011   Lawyers                                                 121,370           350        58.35      45.75    33.22 - 67.67   11.5           9.3
23-2099   Legal Support Workers, All Other                         31,530             S        15.16      13.72    12.77 - 14.67   13.8             S
11-1031   Legislators                                              28,200           160            S   18170.00   16820 - 19560    14.0          17.8
25-4031   Library Technicians                                      31,160           140        14.98      14.69     12.31 - 17.8    4.3          16.4
29-2061   Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses        37,830           770        18.19      18.19    15.89 - 20.81    2.3          21.2
13-2072   Loan Officers                                            72,980           380        35.08      30.87    25.54 - 40.42    5.1          22.7
13-1081   Logisticians                                             55,770           100        26.81      26.56    22.47 - 31.38    3.5          18.0
13-1111   Management Analysts                                      64,720           600        31.12      28.43    21.46 - 38.23    3.5          30.8
11-9199   Managers, All Other                                      76,930           380        36.99      35.65    29.04 - 43.35    2.6          20.3
13-1161   Market Research Analysts and Marketing SpecialistsS      54,680           330        26.29      25.20     18.9 - 33.39    2.4           8.9
11-2021   Marketing Managers                                       99,070           190        47.63      42.89     33.67 - 57.5    3.5           8.9
21-1013   Marriage and Family Therapists                           37,470             S        18.01      17.72      9.3 - 24.99   17.5             S
17-3013   Mechanical Drafters                                      54,660           220        26.28      24.82    20.38 - 29.41    4.4          10.8
17-2141   Mechanical Engineers                                     71,710           250        34.48      33.74    27.63 - 41.35    2.1          18.5
29-2012   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians              42,810           110        20.58      20.01    17.04 - 23.29    1.7          21.8
29-2011   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists            57,830           170        27.80      27.74     23.74 - 32.4    3.3          14.2
11-9111   Medical and Health Services Managers                     82,880           310        39.84      36.56    29.28 - 45.58    3.7          11.4

     WI Dept of Workforce Development
     Labor Market Information
     OES, 2012 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                     Green Bay: Page 3 of Page 13                                        05/18/2012
                                                2011 Occupational Wage Report: Green Bay, WI MSA

                                                                   S = Suppressed
SOC                                                    2011 Annual        2011               Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
Code                Occupational Title               Average Salary Employment Average Median          Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
29-2071   Medical Records and Health Information Management, Professional and 270
                                                 Technicians  34,140           Related 16.42
                                                                                       Occupations
                                                                                                15.83     13.55 - 18.54        2.4       12.8
13-1121   Meeting, Convention, and Event PlannersS               43,100              40       20.72      20.44    16.56 - 25.68    7.6          28.1
21-1023   Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers       49,110              90       23.61      23.82     15.3 - 27.74    8.5          17.7
21-1014   Mental Health Counselors                               52,240             110       25.12      23.15    16.91 - 32.82    9.5          20.1
27-1026   Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers             26,090               S       12.55      12.91     9.46 - 14.91    4.9             S
25-2022                                                          65,230
          Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education     980           S   65230.00   51390 - 80850     4.4          21.8
27-2041   Music Directors and Composers                          47,510              30       22.84      22.89    15.57 - 32.39   13.4          38.1
15-1142   Network and Computer Systems AdministratorsS           59,240             390       28.48      28.09    22.69 - 34.37    3.1           8.3
29-9011   Occupational Health and Safety Specialists             59,280              50       28.50      28.18    25.21 - 32.49    2.7          16.0
29-1122   Occupational Therapists                                63,070             130       30.32      30.48    25.45 - 34.55    3.2          15.2
15-2031   Operations Research Analysts                           80,590              40       38.75      36.98    28.48 - 47.97    8.9          12.3
29-2081   Opticians, Dispensing                                  29,760             110       14.31      11.94    10.55 - 14.88    7.9          19.9
29-1041   Optometrists                                           84,930              40       40.83      40.40    25.33 - 54.14   10.3          14.8
23-2011   Paralegals and Legal AssistantsS                       38,780             300       18.64      18.18    15.83 - 21.31    5.6          15.7
13-2052   Personal Financial Advisors                            61,300             180       29.47      25.37    20.64 - 34.75    8.3          21.5
29-1051   Pharmacists                                           124,160             250       59.69      61.89    54.18 - 68.48    3.3           9.8
29-2052   Pharmacy Technicians                                   27,980             350       13.45      13.33    11.49 - 15.48    2.3          11.0
27-4021   Photographers                                          39,160             110       18.83      18.34     12.74 - 25.7   10.5          15.5
29-1123   Physical Therapists                                    80,690             170       38.79      38.55    33.18 - 43.78    2.6          13.2
29-1071   Physician Assistants                                  104,010              90       50.01      44.71    40.67 - 56.54    4.5          12.1
29-1069   Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                    191,730             180       92.18          S        66.94 - S   11.3          21.6
25-1199   Postsecondary Teachers, All Other                           S             270           S          S             S-S       S           1.5
25-2011   Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education           35,740             580       17.18      11.67     9.35 - 25.89   12.3          32.4
27-2012   Producers and Directors                                42,050             110       20.22      18.91    13.75 - 25.05   12.2          12.4
11-9141                                                          44,580
          Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers                  40       21.43      19.09    10.94 - 31.99   15.9          29.3
27-3012   Public Address System and Other Announcers             29,790              60       14.32      11.09      9.3 - 20.36   15.1          47.9
11-2031   Public Relations and Fundraising Managers              79,430              60       38.19      37.44    27.31 - 45.95    8.3          23.3
27-3031   Public Relations Specialists                           45,580             180       21.92      20.91    17.01 - 26.22    4.3          15.1
13-1023                                                          48,190
          Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products            350       23.17      21.61     18.1 - 27.33    1.8           9.8
11-3061   Purchasing Managers                                    94,430             110       45.40      39.84     30.85 - 52.9    6.1          12.1
27-3011   Radio and Television Announcers                             S              40           S          S             S-S       S          39.7
29-2037   Radiologic Technologists and TechniciansS              52,130             330       25.06      24.41    21.22 - 28.16    2.5          18.1
29-1111   Registered NursesS                                     61,710           3,480       29.67      28.43    25.07 - 33.17    2.1          10.9
21-1015   Rehabilitation Counselors                              38,960              70       18.73      15.26       13.05 - 22    6.7          16.1
27-3022   Reporters and Correspondents                           41,740              60       20.07      15.99    13.05 - 19.32   20.6          24.8
29-1126   Respiratory Therapists                                 52,280             110       25.14      24.59    21.44 - 28.39    2.1           9.4

     WI Dept of Workforce Development
     Labor Market Information
     OES, 2012 http://WORKnet.Wisconsin.gov                    Green Bay: Page 4 of Page 13                                        05/18/2012
                                                2011 Occupational Wage Report: Green Bay, WI MSA

                                                                S = Suppressed
SOC                                                 2011 Annual        2011                Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
Code                Occupational Title             Average Salary Employment Average Median          Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
11-2022   Sales Managers                        Management,105,560
                                                            Professional and 590
                                                                             Related 50.75
                                                                                     Occupations
                                                                                              48.17     34.87 - 64.71        3.5       13.9
25-2031                                                          53,400
          Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education 820         S      52440.00   41140 - 61840      5.9          26.5
25-3021   Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                     28,450             140    13.68         11.61     8.83 - 16.52     9.5          20.9
11-9151   Social and Community Service Managers                  50,130              90    24.10         22.16    18.96 - 28.86     3.4          13.9
21-1093   Social and Human Service Assistants                    32,390             310    15.57         16.04    12.47 - 18.19     3.6          20.3
15-1132   Software Developers, Applications                      76,730             780    36.89         36.61    30.57 - 43.33     2.3           8.9
15-1133   Software Developers, Systems Software                  75,210             110    36.16         36.14    29.98 - 42.53     3.2           9.3
25-2053   Special Education Teachers, Middle School              67,530             150        S      69010.00   50780 - 84580      5.5          25.6
25-2041                                                          58,580             280
          Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary SchoolS          S      55830.00   44520 - 73820      6.2          28.2
25-2054   Special Education Teachers, Secondary School           55,920             140        S      55040.00   43660 - 67500      7.7          25.8
29-1127   Speech-Language Pathologists                           71,090             210    34.18         34.75    29.73 - 40.54     3.5          13.4
21-1011   Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors     55,630              80    26.75         22.86    20.15 - 32.81    11.9          37.5
29-1067   Surgeons                                              250,320              40   120.35             S             S-S     11.0          17.4
29-2055   Surgical Technologists                                 45,250             170    21.76         21.27    18.56 - 24.56     1.9           5.1
17-1022   Surveyors                                              50,020              50    24.05         22.32     18.08 - 29.4     3.8          21.1
13-2082   Tax Preparers                                          39,330             110    18.91         17.04    13.47 - 21.41     6.4          34.9
25-9041   Teacher Assistants                                     28,970             960        S      28750.00   24520 - 34040      3.3           9.6
25-3999   Teachers and Instructors, All OtherS                   33,870             600        S      33740.00   26910 - 39210      3.9          11.7
27-3042   Technical Writers                                      49,970              40    24.02         22.19     19.9 - 28.24     4.7          25.1
23-2093   Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers            29,720              30    14.29         13.55    11.99 - 15.37     8.6          28.9
11-3131   Training and Development Managers                      93,620              60    45.01         44.45    33.17 - 53.99     6.3          23.1
13-1151   Training and Development Specialists                   48,270             350    23.21         22.23    17.33 - 28.33     2.6          13.0
11-3071   Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers     73,240             180    35.21         30.80    24.13 - 43.61     5.9          11.3
19-3051   Urban and Regional Planners                            57,860              50    27.82         27.52    24.51 - 31.84     2.3          25.6
29-1131   Veterinarians                                          90,950              80    43.73         37.17    30.98 - 51.23     9.8           8.0
29-2056   Veterinary Technologists and Technicians               33,310             100    16.02         15.66    13.43 - 17.48     6.7          13.3
13-1022   Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products      50,950             360    24.49         20.92    15.29 - 31.06     3.4          10.4
27-3043   Writers and Authors                                    45,010              40    21.64         19.94    16.68 - 24.33     4.9          19.3



                                                                  Service Occupations
39-3091   Amusement and Recreation Attendants                   21,030             100        10.11       9.24     8.29 - 12.23     3.7          24.3
35-3011   Bartenders                                            18,940           1,840         9.10       8.70      8.01 - 9.62     3.4          14.0
35-1011   Chefs and Head Cooks                                  34,770             170        16.71      14.95     13.1 - 19.91     4.6          28.5
39-9011   Childcare Workers                                     20,920           1,500        10.06       9.62        8.4 - 11.5    2.4          18.9


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                                                                   S = Suppressed
SOC                                                 2011 Annual            2011           Hourly Rates*             Avg Wage Employment
Code               Occupational Title             Average Salary Employment Average Median          Middle Range PRSE (%)      PRSE (%)
35-3021   Combined Food Preparation and ServingManagement, Professional and Related Occupations
                                                               18,400
                                               Workers, Including Fast Food    3,590 8.85      8.62     7.98 - 9.26        1.7        7.3
35-2019   Cooks, All Other                                           22,010             S       10.58   10.37    9.72 - 11.03    5.6             S
35-2011   Cooks, Fast Food                                           17,870           190        8.59    8.59     7.94 - 9.24    4.8          44.5
35-2012   Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                           25,470           450       12.25   11.86   10.34 - 14.12    1.7          11.5
35-2014   Cooks, Restaurant                                          20,470         1,080        9.84    9.49    8.36 - 11.18    4.4          16.3
35-2015   Cooks, Short Order                                         20,810           410       10.01    9.37    8.33 - 11.74    5.2          27.9
35-3022                                                              19,640
          Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop             740        9.44    8.88    8.11 - 10.67    5.5          21.0
33-9091   Crossing Guards                                                 S            50           S       S            S-S       S          12.5
31-9091   Dental Assistants                                          34,960           280       16.81   16.54    13.89 - 19.4    5.9          16.7
33-3021   Detectives and Criminal Investigators                      76,000            30       36.54   34.50   29.27 - 45.25    8.8          18.2
35-9011   Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers 16,840           250        8.10    8.35     7.84 - 8.87    2.0          31.7
35-9021   Dishwashers                                                17,680           660        8.50    8.53     7.93 - 9.14    2.2          15.6
33-2011   Firefighters                                               30,160           510       14.50   11.95    8.89 - 20.42   10.7          21.2
33-1021                                                              59,510
          First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers               50       28.61   32.22   21.44 - 36.81    5.7          27.6
35-1012                                                              32,280
          First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers              790       15.52   15.58   11.22 - 18.92    4.3          16.9
37-1011                                                              37,980
          First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers               310       18.26   16.93   13.38 - 21.14    6.9          18.2
37-1012                                                              Groundskeeping Workers
          First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and 49,500              70       23.80   23.43   18.26 - 27.74    6.8          27.2
39-1021   First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers         36,240           150       17.42   16.14   12.78 - 21.67    5.9          17.9
33-1012   First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives            71,370            80       34.31   33.49   29.65 - 37.71    2.0          16.0
33-1099                                                              49,550
          First-Line Supervisors of Protective Service Workers, All Other              70       23.82   23.31   20.81 - 26.76    2.3          21.8
39-9031   Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors                  18,780           480        9.03    8.69        8 - 9.43    2.4          23.1
35-2021   Food Preparation Workers                                   21,730           560       10.45    9.50    8.38 - 11.35    5.1          14.7
35-3041   Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                                20,760           390        9.98    9.71     8.5 - 11.24    2.6           9.3
39-4831                                                              70,950
          Funeral Service Managers, Directors, Morticians, and Undertakers             40       34.11   29.46   23.18 - 42.49   10.7          43.0
39-5012   Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists             24,320           360       11.69   10.61    8.89 - 12.95    9.7          26.0
31-9799   Healthcare Support Workers, All OtherS                     27,270           150       13.11   13.13   10.54 - 15.67    4.4          27.9
31-1011   Home Health Aides                                          21,500           990       10.34   10.22    8.93 - 11.34    3.2          25.2
35-9031   Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop   17,760           280        8.54    8.47     7.91 - 9.03    3.3          27.0
37-2011                                                              24,890
          Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners             2,540       11.96   11.34    9.28 - 14.05    2.4           7.4
37-3011   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                     25,320           680       12.18   11.67    9.72 - 13.97    3.7           9.9
33-9092                                                              18,330
          Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service Workers   190        8.81    8.68     8.01 - 9.37    2.1          35.0
39-3093   Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants 23,440                    S       11.27   10.64    8.94 - 13.09    3.1             S
37-2012   Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                            19,490         1,120        9.37    8.97    8.16 - 10.41    2.6          21.8
31-9092   Medical Assistants                                         29,900           620       14.37   14.26   12.58 - 16.45    2.4          31.0
31-9094   Medical Transcriptionists                                  32,910           200       15.82   15.93   13.94 - 17.68    1.9          20.4
39-2021   Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                                  23,460           200       11.28   11.11     9.54 - 13.1    7.0          18.2

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                                                                  S = Suppressed
SOC                                                   2011 Annual        2011                Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
Code                 Occupational Title              Average Salary Employment Average Median          Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
31-1012                                           Management, Professional and Related 12.45
          Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and AttendantsS           25,900         1,840     Occupations
                                                                                                12.26     10.74 - 13.85        1.8       11.6
31-2011   Occupational Therapy Assistants                          41,170             40         19.79   19.49    16.61 - 22.8     3.5          19.2
39-9021   Personal Care Aides                                      21,870            950         10.51   10.46    9.54 - 11.38     1.9          15.2
39-9099   Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other             25,180            220         12.11   11.87    9.95 - 14.16     4.0          41.1
31-9095   Pharmacy Aides                                           18,700             40          8.99    8.87     8.12 - 9.86     3.6          46.9
31-2021   Physical Therapist Assistants                            44,800             90         21.54   21.48   19.15 - 24.42     2.0          14.4
33-3051   Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                     58,340            450         28.05   30.20   24.31 - 33.55     3.5           9.6
33-9099   Protective Service Workers, All Other S                  28,690              S         13.80   12.76   11.11 - 14.36     6.4             S
39-9032   Recreation Workers                                       23,670            220         11.38   10.71       9.35 - 13     3.0          16.1
39-9041   Residential Advisors                                     26,750             50         12.86   12.41   10.57 - 15.17     7.5          33.9
33-9032   Security Guards                                          29,720            960         14.29   13.40   11.95 - 14.95     3.9          16.4
33-9093   Transportation Security ScreenersS (federal only)        35,880             80         17.25   16.65   14.01 - 19.15       S           0.0
35-3031   Waiters and Waitresses                                   23,910          2,890         11.50    9.04     8.18 - 13.6    16.7           7.3



                                                               Sales and Office Occupations
41-3011   Advertising Sales Agents                                  47,260           180         22.72   20.80   13.23 - 27.97     6.0          25.5
43-3011   Bill and Account Collectors                               32,260           340         15.51   15.44   12.69 - 17.85     2.8          31.3
43-3021   Billing and Posting Clerks                                32,290           620         15.52   15.60   13.32 - 17.53     1.9           9.3
43-3031   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks              34,070         1,960         16.38   16.06   13.06 - 18.69     1.2          10.8
43-5011   Cargo and Freight Agents                                  41,160           130         19.79   17.20   14.93 - 21.31     9.2          40.0
41-2011   Cashiers                                                  19,390         4,210          9.32    8.79       8.1 - 9.54    2.5           4.8
43-9011   Computer Operators                                        46,020            80         22.13   22.32   19.12 - 26.09     3.1          32.0
41-2021   Counter and Rental Clerks                                 26,390           550         12.69   10.14    8.66 - 13.78     9.5          21.1
43-5021   Couriers and Messengers                                   20,860           140         10.03    9.75    8.65 - 11.14     5.4          36.5
43-4031   Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                      34,330            60         16.50   17.48    9.48 - 20.95     4.7           8.0
43-4041   Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks                  29,160             S         14.02   13.61   11.99 - 15.68     2.3             S
43-4051   Customer Service Representatives                          29,380         4,850         14.12   13.18     9.9 - 16.81     6.9           7.0
43-9021   Data Entry Keyers                                         27,470             S         13.21   13.53   11.89 - 15.14     3.3             S
41-9011   Demonstrators and Product Promoters                       24,320            60         11.69   10.46    8.75 - 12.57     4.2          20.5
43-5032   Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance           38,810           330         18.66   18.20   14.85 - 22.47     3.4          28.9
43-6011                                                             39,860
          Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants              930         19.16   18.28   15.58 - 22.29     1.9          10.1
43-4071   File Clerks                                               26,440           160         12.71   12.45   10.47 - 14.44     2.2           9.4
41-1012   First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers        65,910           350         31.69   27.76   23.33 - 35.71     3.7          14.6
43-1011                                                             46,400
          First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers      1,350         22.31   21.55    17.47 - 26.3     1.5           8.8


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                                                                     S = Suppressed
SOC                                                      2011 Annual        2011              Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
Code                  Occupational Title                Average Salary Employment Average Median        Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
41-1011                                            Management, Professional and Related 18.21
          First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers         37,870         1,130   Occupations
                                                                                                 16.62     13.56 - 21.02        2.8       10.4
43-4081   Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                     18,790              220      9.03      8.91    8.14 - 10.04    3.3          15.3
43-4161                                                            38,940
          Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping                   230     18.72     17.59   14.96 - 22.26    3.9          18.8
43-4199   Information and Record Clerks, All Other                 36,250              240     17.43     17.20   15.24 - 19.89    3.5          23.3
43-9041   Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks            34,080              610     16.38     15.67   13.47 - 18.23    2.6          24.9
41-3021   Insurance Sales Agents                                   49,610              440     23.85     19.54   15.42 - 30.33    4.6          17.8
43-4111   Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan                26,210              430     12.60     12.51   10.89 - 13.98    2.1          21.8
43-6012   Legal Secretaries                                        38,990               50     18.75     18.40   16.29 - 21.33    3.3          44.9
43-4121   Library Assistants, Clerical                             25,780              120     12.39     11.48   10.24 - 14.69    5.1          13.6
43-4131   Loan Interviewers and Clerks                             28,720              110     13.81     13.18   10.88 - 16.49    4.8          37.0
43-9051                                                            30,200
          Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service                190     14.52     14.04   11.81 - 17.08    3.0          16.9
43-6013   Medical Secretaries                                      29,140              970     14.01     13.62   12.34 - 15.42    2.7          37.4
43-5041   Meter Readers, Utilities                                 43,960                S     21.13     22.07   19.33 - 25.47    5.9             S
43-4141   New Accounts Clerks                                      32,040              110     15.40     15.20   13.29 - 17.34    6.7          41.2
43-9799   Office and Administrative Support Workers, All OtherS    28,830              110     13.86     13.53    9.29 - 16.71    6.0          10.4
43-9061   Office Clerks, General                                   29,290           4,180      14.08     13.37   10.81 - 16.55    1.6          11.5
43-9071   Office Machine Operators, Except Computer                25,720                S     12.36     11.72    9.54 - 14.42    4.4             S
43-4151   Order Clerks                                             33,140              380     15.93     15.81   12.72 - 18.52    2.5          11.6
41-2022   Parts Salespersons                                       35,750              240     17.19     17.10   14.57 - 20.08    2.8          16.6
43-3051   Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                           35,960              200     17.29     17.18   15.24 - 19.69    1.2          12.7
43-5051   Postal Service Clerks                                    53,730               40     25.83     25.54   25.52 - 26.55    3.6           0.0
43-5052   Postal Service Mail Carriers                             49,990              360     24.03     26.14    19.46 - 26.7    2.6           0.0
43-5053                                                            47,760
          Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators 170        22.96     25.52   24.48 - 25.53    4.1           0.0
43-3061   Procurement Clerks                                       34,830               90     16.75     16.49     14.7 - 18.2    2.5          17.3
43-5061   Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks              40,130              590     19.30     18.58   15.82 - 22.19    1.7           9.7
41-9022   Real Estate Sales Agents                                 41,430               70     19.92     19.32   13.49 - 26.39    9.0          26.4
43-4171   Receptionists and Information Clerks                     27,460              910     13.20     13.18   11.43 - 14.71    2.0           7.7
41-2031   Retail Salespersons                                      23,610           4,220      11.35      9.69    8.47 - 12.94    2.7           7.6
41-9799   Sales and Related Workers, All OtherS                    38,550              350     18.54     19.51   15.47 - 22.08    4.6          48.2
41-9031   Sales Engineers                                               S               70         S         S            S-S       S          32.0
41-3099   Sales Representatives, Services, All Other               46,090              930     22.16     18.23   13.79 - 29.27    5.9          11.0
41-4012                                                            64,270           2,020
          Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products
                                                                                               30.90     27.11   19.29 - 36.56    3.6           6.5
41-4011                                                            75,410              180
          Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products36.26     32.30    22.4 - 41.37   10.3          21.5
43-6014                                                            32,840           1,120
          Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive      15.79     15.64   13.11 - 18.07    1.5           6.8
41-3031                                                            57,730
          Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents                 290     27.76     21.31   15.43 - 33.29    7.6          27.4
43-5071   Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                  31,860           1,030      15.32     15.16    12.4 - 17.83    1.9          11.3

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                                                                 S = Suppressed
SOC                                                  2011 Annual        2011                Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
Code                 Occupational Title             Average Salary Employment Average Median          Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
43-5081   Stock Clerks and Order Fillers         Management, Professional and Related 12.15
                                                             25,280         1,720     Occupations
                                                                                               11.13      8.82 - 15.26        3.3        6.9
43-2011   Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service  26,150                 200        12.57   12.52   10.52 - 14.24    2.6          15.9
41-9041   Telemarketers                                       48,510                 470        23.32   21.90   18.51 - 28.79    4.9           8.6
43-3071   Tellers                                             25,000                 980        12.02   11.41   10.41 - 13.34    2.1           7.2
41-3041   Travel Agents                                       35,430                  60        17.04   16.09   11.97 - 19.99   11.2          25.5
43-5111                                                       31,150
          Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping                  90        14.97   14.51   11.03 - 18.24    7.3          29.8


                                          Natural Resources, Construction and Maintenance Occupations
49-3021   Automotive Body and Related Repairers                     42,460            140       20.41   20.01   16.78 - 22.53    6.7          22.7
49-3023   Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics              38,180            630       18.36   17.39   13.08 - 22.53    5.7          24.1
47-2021   Brickmasons and Blockmasons                               57,500             40       27.64   28.68   22.84 - 32.66    2.9          43.0
49-3031   Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 43,180                660       20.76   18.86   16.13 - 23.51    8.4          24.1
47-2031   Carpenters                                                44,890          1,250       21.58   20.67   16.16 - 27.19    3.0          18.0
47-2041   Carpet Installers                                         37,220             50       17.89   18.24   14.68 - 21.14   10.2          40.0
47-2051   Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                      43,020            230       20.69   17.73   15.33 - 25.79    7.5          25.5
49-9091                                                             34,940
          Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and Repairers                110       16.80   16.51   13.96 - 19.75    3.0          30.3
49-2011   Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers  45,760            150       22.00   20.59   16.45 - 27.16    4.4          30.3
47-4011   Construction and Building Inspectors                      59,890             40       28.79   27.61   24.35 - 32.63    3.1           6.4
47-4799   Construction and Related Workers, All OtherS              35,600             80       17.12   17.11   15.34 - 19.33    8.3          29.9
47-2061   Construction Laborers                                     40,020            850       19.24   16.97   14.36 - 22.99    4.8          13.8
49-9012                                                             51,450
          Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Mechanical Door           60       24.74   24.17      21.05 - 28    3.2          45.0
49-2094                                                             47,910
          Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment    80       23.03   22.74   20.31 - 26.23    3.4           9.5
49-9051   Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers            64,080              S       30.81   31.49   25.93 - 35.46    4.8             S
47-2111   Electricians                                              49,020            480       23.57   23.90     19.9 - 27.5    2.4          11.7
49-2097                                                             28,780
          Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers and Repairers              S       13.84   12.51    9.44 - 16.43   14.0             S
49-3041   Farm Equipment Mechanics and Service Technicians          30,850             60       14.83   14.05    12.9 - 16.16    9.9          49.3
45-2092   Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse   20,350              S        9.78    9.11    8.25 - 11.38    3.1             S
47-1011                                                             58,570
          First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers        390       28.16   26.95   20.94 - 34.38    3.5          13.3
49-1011                                                             58,800
          First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers              500       28.27   26.84   20.93 - 34.44    2.5           7.6
47-2042   Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tiles         36,910              S       17.75   18.95   15.29 - 20.89    7.6             S
47-2121   Glaziers                                                  49,790            120       23.94   23.22   18.71 - 28.08    6.8          42.0
49-9021                                                             54,460
          Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers       350       26.19   27.04   20.32 - 32.91   10.7          27.9
47-3019   Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other                   26,190              S       12.59   12.89   10.57 - 14.37    7.5             S
47-3012   Helpers--Carpenters                                       27,900             50       13.41   13.86    11.7 - 16.23    5.6          37.4
49-9098   Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers 28,410               110       13.66   13.36    11.19 - 16.1    3.6          48.1

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                                                                 S = Suppressed
SOC                                                  2011 Annual        2011                Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
Code                 Occupational Title             Average Salary Employment Average Median          Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
47-4051   Highway Maintenance Workers            Management, Professional and 170
                                                             38,870           Related 18.69
                                                                                      Occupations
                                                                                               19.93     15.25 - 21.81        3.5       13.7
49-9041   Industrial Machinery Mechanics                           46,750            640    22.48   22.00   19.36 - 25.96    2.2          13.3
49-9799   Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All OtherS33,560            100    16.14   14.70    12.8 - 19.44    8.1          30.2
47-2132   Insulation Workers, Mechanical                           44,640              50   21.46   19.61    16.67 - 23.1   12.3          29.7
49-9071   Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                  39,800          1,660    19.14   18.79   15.48 - 23.16    1.8          11.8
49-9043   Maintenance Workers, Machinery                           38,720            170    18.62   18.87   14.53 - 23.28    4.9          19.0
49-9062   Medical Equipment Repairers                              46,480              40   22.35   23.07   15.77 - 28.03    6.2          24.5
49-9044   Millwrights                                              53,800            150    25.87   25.59   22.33 - 28.42    2.6          35.3
49-3042   Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines         41,190            140    19.80   19.20    15.69 - 23.2    5.0          24.3
47-2073                                                            51,120
          Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators             290    24.58   22.48   19.85 - 28.98    3.8          24.4
47-2141   Painters, Construction and Maintenance                   34,980            150    16.82   16.18   13.54 - 19.99    4.7          17.3
47-2161   Plasterers and Stucco Masons                             40,200            130    19.33   18.26   16.07 - 22.71    5.2          34.8
47-2152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                  48,630            520    23.38   21.64   17.31 - 29.14    5.6          17.4
49-2021                                                            39,490
          Radio, Cellular, and Tower Equipment Installers and Repairs                  50   18.99   19.20   16.04 - 21.76    2.8          19.1
47-2181   Roofers                                                  32,980              70   15.85   14.90   13.08 - 18.89   10.1          40.1
47-2211   Sheet Metal Workers                                      54,310            260    26.11   25.92    19.6 - 32.34    3.6          18.1
49-2022                                                            Except
          Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, 48,270 Line Installers40   23.21   24.22   18.91 - 27.34    3.7          21.2
49-9052   Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers         36,070               S   17.34   16.93   15.55 - 18.56    4.0             S
47-2044   Tile and Marble Setters                                  39,630               S   19.05   17.40   15.97 - 21.32    9.0             S


                                            Production, Transportation and Material Moving Occupations
51-9191   Adhesive Bonding Machine Operators and Tenders          29,160             80     14.02   13.79   10.55 - 17.39    5.8          36.8
51-2099   Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other                   33,620            610     16.16   16.32   13.01 - 18.58    2.7          33.1
53-6031   Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants            23,660             60     11.38   11.11    9.76 - 13.05    5.3          34.2
51-3011   Bakers                                                  23,510            230     11.30   10.81    9.68 - 12.68    2.3          16.6
53-3022   Bus Drivers, School or Special Client                   30,140            700     14.49   13.86   10.69 - 16.76    6.4          36.6
51-3021   Butchers and Meat Cutters                               36,370            120     17.48   17.24   13.98 - 21.07    3.9          12.2
51-7011   Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                      32,400            180     15.58   14.35   12.57 - 18.13    5.2          12.2
53-7061   Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment                      22,470            430     10.80    9.83    8.51 - 11.76    3.5          18.0
51-9192                                                           29,600
          Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment Operators and Tenders       S     14.23   15.19   12.49 - 16.91    3.6             S
51-9121                                                           31,410
          Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders   170     15.10   14.97   12.27 - 17.51    2.4          10.0
51-4012                                                           42,940
          Computer Numerically Controlled Machine Tool Programmers, Metal and Plastic40     20.64   20.56   17.02 - 24.61    4.0          27.8
51-4011                                                           35,970
          Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic              90     17.29   16.78   14.35 - 19.77    3.8          30.9
51-9021                                                           39,430
          Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 120     18.96   17.59   14.12 - 24.63   11.4          32.9
51-9031   Cutters and Trimmers, Hand                              26,930             50     12.95   13.07   12.12 - 14.01    3.6          21.7

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                                                                      S = Suppressed
SOC                                                     2011 Annual           2011                Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
Code                 Occupational Title               Average Salary Employment Average Median              Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
51-4031                                                            and Tenders, and Related 17.82
                                                Management, Professional Metal220 Plastic
          Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators,37,070            and     Occupations
                                                                                                     18.00     14.86 - 21.09        3.1       20.9
51-9081   Dental Laboratory Technicians                             35,280              200     16.96        15.90    12.82 - 19.95    4.4          14.7
51-4032                                                             40,630               30
          Drilling and Boring Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic   19.53        21.22    12.03 - 25.88   10.0          12.5
53-3031   Driver/Sales Workers                                      28,780              510     13.84        10.51     8.43 - 19.74    9.7          30.1
51-2031   Engine and Other Machine Assemblers                       39,710              120     19.09        19.62    15.23 - 22.77   10.8          42.4
51-9194   Etchers and Engravers                                     38,830                S     18.67        19.96     15.24 - 21.7    5.8             S
53-7032   Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators 50,050                   80     24.06        22.18    20.39 - 28.77    9.9          48.9
51-4021                                                             36,830               80
          Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic      17.71        18.56    14.63 - 20.74    4.3          37.2
51-9041                                                             34,070
          Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine Setters, Operators, andS   Tenders
                                                                                                16.38        16.67    15.36 - 17.98    3.5             S
53-1021                                                             44,830
          First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand        160     21.55        21.03    16.42 - 26.45    3.0          13.0
51-1011   First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers52,780            1,020     25.38        24.58    19.53 - 29.15    2.0           5.1
53-1031                                                             48,600              180
          First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators
                                                                                                23.37        21.38    18.11 - 28.17    2.7          12.9
51-3092   Food Batchmakers                                          29,930              340     14.39        14.02    11.78 - 16.92    3.2          35.9
51-3093   Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders                24,460                S     11.76        12.55     8.91 - 13.96    3.5             S
51-4071   Foundry Mold and Coremakers                               34,490               40     16.58        16.03    13.18 - 18.65    9.3          39.2
51-9022   Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand                      30,580               60     14.70        13.72     11.27 - 17.9    9.5          31.4
51-4033                                                             34,740              130
          Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
                                                                                                16.70        16.26    13.59 - 18.43    3.6          27.9
53-3032   Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers                   39,260            4,640     18.88        18.44    15.86 - 21.86    2.2          17.0
51-9198   Helpers--Production Workers                               26,500              810     12.74        11.88     9.44 - 15.85    5.8          14.3
53-7051   Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                    33,010              760     15.87        16.16    13.29 - 18.58    2.4          15.1
51-9061   Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers      34,180              450     16.44        16.33    13.15 - 18.93    2.9          12.8
53-7062   Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand 28,250               2,910     13.58        13.14      8.9 - 17.77    7.4           7.0
51-4034                                                             40,710              100
          Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic     19.57        19.17    15.81 - 23.68    4.8          25.8
51-6011   Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                          21,740              190     10.45        10.40     8.94 - 11.97    5.4          25.9
53-3033   Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers                  32,060              870     15.41        13.63    10.65 - 17.77    6.1          11.3
53-7063   Machine Feeders and Offbearers                            28,800              370     13.85        12.40    10.34 - 15.72   10.3          19.4
51-4041   Machinists                                                40,820              830     19.63        19.59    16.19 - 22.56    3.2          16.0
53-7199   Material Moving Workers, All Other                        25,840               50     12.42        11.87     9.03 - 15.94    5.6          18.2
51-9023                                                             37,560
          Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                   120     18.06        17.57    15.41 - 20.32    4.1          44.7
51-9195   Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and Plastic 31,810                  S     15.29        14.12      8.52 - 20.4   21.6             S
53-3099   Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                        27,650              100     13.29        11.57     8.69 - 19.67    9.3          24.2
51-4081                                                             43,980
          Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic       70     21.14        20.66       17 - 25.67    4.2          22.7
51-9083   Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians                         31,210              110     15.00        15.21    12.95 - 17.23    4.7          23.2
51-9111   Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders 28,650                    910     13.77        13.17    10.82 - 16.45    4.0          11.3
53-7064   Packers and Packagers, Hand                               23,990            1,010     11.53        11.23     9.04 - 13.83    4.5          19.3
51-9123   Painting, Coating, and Decorating Workers                 28,700                S     13.80        13.54    12.41 - 14.75    7.0             S

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   SOC                                                  2011 Annual        2011                Hourly Rates*              Avg Wage Employment
   Code              Occupational Title                Average Salary Employment Average Median          Middle Range PRSE (%)       PRSE (%)
  51-9196                                        Management, 43,010
            Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders Professional and Related 20.68
                                                                               2,680     Occupations
                                                                                                  21.10     18.54 - 24.05        4.1        9.0
  53-6021   Parking Lot Attendants                                 23,850              110    11.46   11.15     9.76 - 13.1   3.2           33.9
  51-9151                                                          23,710
            Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators                70   11.40   10.84    8.98 - 13.72   4.7           26.6
  51-4193                                                          33,040                90
            Plating and Coating Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic    15.88   14.65   13.14 - 17.72   4.7           18.9
  51-8013   Power Plant Operators                                  61,630                 S   29.63   29.61   24.08 - 35.11   4.4              S
  51-5111   Prepress Technicians and Workers                       43,490              220    20.91   21.15    18.3 - 24.29   2.8           19.0
  51-6021   Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials      20,890                 S   10.05    9.63     8.36 - 11.9   3.6              S
  51-5113   Print Binding and Finishing Workers                    30,050              450    14.45   13.69   10.98 - 17.61   5.2           46.4
  51-5112   Printing Press Operators                               41,990              930    20.19   20.65   16.61 - 24.02   3.5           15.4
  51-9399   Production Workers, All OtherS                         27,890              450    13.41   13.03   10.88 - 14.86   3.4           33.1
  51-7041   Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood 29,050                  60   13.97   14.38      12 - 16.57   7.2           16.1
  51-6031   Sewing Machine Operators                               23,170                80   11.14   10.99    9.92 - 12.57   3.0           20.9
  51-8021   Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators              46,520                80   22.37   22.05   19.93 - 25.19   3.0           13.5
  51-2041   Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters               36,400              180    17.50   17.30   15.18 - 19.81   3.2           37.1
  51-6052   Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers                23,730                 S   11.41   11.12   10.33 - 12.06   6.0              S
  53-3041   Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                            21,850              170    10.50    9.39    8.38 - 12.42   5.9           18.3
  51-2092   Team Assemblers                                        28,440            1,260    13.67   12.04   10.46 - 15.24   4.6           14.9
  51-4111   Tool and Die Makers                                    43,200                50   20.77   21.09   19.39 - 22.81   3.5           26.4
  51-8031                                                          45,080
            Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators                    90   21.67   21.59   19.21 - 24.81   2.0           22.1
  51-4121   Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers               39,970              590    19.22   19.05   16.35 - 21.92   2.2           14.5
  51-4122                                                          39,110
            Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders      70   18.80   17.85   15.21 - 21.49   4.7           43.6
  51-7042                                                          28,490
            Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Except Sawing         190    13.70   14.22   11.57 - 16.18   5.0           32.1




Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, Labor Market
Information Section, Occupational Employment Statistics Unit

Definition of Variables




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   SOC                                                   2011 Annual        2011               Hourly Rates*          Avg Wage                Employment
   Code                 Occupational Title              Average Salary Employment Average Median         Middle Range PRSE (%)                 PRSE (%)
                                                     Management, Professional and Related Occupations

             Annual Average Wage: An occupation's average wage is calculated by summing the wages of all employees in the occupation and then
             dividing by the total number of employees in that occupation. In most cases, the annual wage is equal to the average hourly wage multiplied
             by 2080.


             Median Wage: The median wage represents the 50th percentile of the wage distribution. Half of the employees in the occupation earn less
             than the median wage, half earn more.


             Middle Range: The wages of fifty percent of the employees in an occupation lie in the middle range. The first number in the middle range is
             the 25th percentile and the second number is the 75th percentile. Twenty-five percent of the employees in the occupation earn less than the
             25th percentile and twenty-five percent earn more than the 75th percentile.

             Percent Relative Standard Error (PRSE): Percent Relative Standard Error (PRSE): The Percent Relative Standard Error is the estimated
             standard error of the estimate divided by estimated average value of the estimate. The smaller the PRSE, the more reliable the estimate. To
             find the standard error, multiply the PRSE by the average value of the estimate. The standard error is used to calculate a confidence interval.
             A 95 percent confidence interval includes wages or employment levels two standard errors above and two standard errors below the reported
             average wage or employment level.

* If the hourly rate is not available, the annual rate is reported.




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