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									                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                     Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                          Est'd       (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)      Empl.       Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Units
000000    All industries   00-0000   Total all occupations                                1,007,730     24.45    50,860     12.20    25,330     19.40    40,330     30.85    64,160    7,128
000000    All industries   11-0000   Management Occupations                                  51,890     58.85   122,360     38.60    80,270     52.95   110,160     73.65   153,230    4,326
000000    All industries   11-1011   Chief Executives                                           390     99.10   206,140                                                                  193
000000    All industries   11-1021   General and Operations Managers                          9,740     73.30   152,430     45.50    94,650     67.70   140,800                        2,591
000000    All industries   11-1031   Legislators                                                590              36,350              15,830              16,730              55,070       86
000000    All industries   11-2011   Advertising and Promotions Managers                        270     58.80   122,340     40.45    84,170     53.70   111,750     73.95   153,820       71
000000    All industries   11-2021   Marketing Managers                                       1,820     69.20   143,920     49.95   103,860     62.65   130,280                          433
000000    All industries   11-2022   Sales Managers                                           3,420     62.70   130,390     39.75    82,690     58.05   120,780     79.40   165,130      791
000000    All industries   11-2031   Public Relations Managers                                  640     56.90   118,330     34.15    71,070     49.80   103,620     74.70   155,400      159
000000    All industries   11-3011   Administrative Services Managers                         2,460     50.50   105,080     35.85    74,520     45.75    95,140     59.50   123,790      637
000000    All industries   11-3021   Computer and Information Systems Managers                3,000     65.30   135,840     50.40   104,870     61.10   127,080     75.10   156,250      559

000000    All industries   11-3031   Financial Managers                                      5,990      64.00   133,140     44.95    93,550     59.35   123,430     78.05   162,350    1,179
000000    All industries   11-3041   Compensation and Benefits Managers                        260      58.65   121,990     45.00    93,630     55.45   115,310     67.10   139,590      134
000000    All industries   11-3042   Training and Development Managers                         270      56.15   116,780     38.75    80,550     51.95   108,020     66.90   139,100      121
000000    All industries   11-3049   Human Resources Managers, All Other                       630      62.10   129,160     43.65    90,820     54.80   113,940     76.45   158,990      291
000000    All industries   11-3051   Industrial Production Managers                          1,790      50.65   105,380     36.15    75,220     46.15    96,040     60.20   125,200      481
000000    All industries   11-3061   Purchasing Managers                                       610      54.65   113,690     42.55    88,530     51.10   106,250     63.50   132,060      242
000000    All industries   11-3071   Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers      1,350      48.90   101,720     34.80    72,400     43.80    91,150     55.85   116,160      382

000000    All industries   11-9021 Construction Managers                                     1,440      52.75   109,680     38.00    79,060     50.15   104,330     61.75   128,450      189
000000    All industries   11-9031 Education Administrators, Preschool and Child               650      23.65    49,190     18.40    38,230     22.00    45,780     26.10    54,270       89
                                   Care Center/Program
000000    All industries   11-9032 Education Administrators, Elementary and                  2,170              110,450              94,780             112,360             128,300      299
                                   Secondary School
000000    All industries   11-9033 Education Administrators, Postsecondary                     500      51.15   106,420     35.10    73,060     48.25   100,390     62.65   130,270       27
000000    All industries   11-9039 Education Administrators, All Other                         340      41.60    86,510     27.05    56,230     32.50    67,610     52.65   109,550       50
000000    All industries   11-9041 Engineering Managers                                      1,460      63.90   132,910     48.30   100,500     58.95   122,580     73.80   153,470      281
000000    All industries   11-9051 Food Service Managers                                       800      33.10    68,830     27.00    56,200     31.15    64,770     37.30    77,600      235
000000    All industries   11-9061 Funeral Directors                                           190      42.75    88,890     24.55    51,040     30.45    63,290     70.25   146,120        5
000000    All industries   11-9081 Lodging Managers                                            140      36.60    76,100     15.70    32,710     29.05    60,440     40.60    84,490       42
000000    All industries   11-9111 Medical and Health Services Managers                      2,100      50.60   105,240     39.80    82,810     46.80    97,390     56.60   117,680      278
000000    All industries   11-9121 Natural Sciences Managers                                 1,350      84.25   175,200     62.45   129,940     79.70   165,800                          103
000000    All industries   11-9131 Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                        120      34.30    71,330     30.85    64,210     34.45    71,690     38.00    79,030        5
000000    All industries   11-9141 Property, Real Estate, and Community Association            990      34.30    71,320     23.90    49,700     31.45    65,460     41.40    86,100      107
                                   Managers

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                                               NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                       ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                              FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                  Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                      Est'd        (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code    Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.        Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Units
000000    All industries   11-9151 Social and Community Service Managers                1,160        35.00    72,820     25.05    52,140     32.85    68,330     41.00    85,320      229
000000    All industries   11-9199 Managers, All Other                                  5,240        49.00   101,920     33.70    70,060     45.85    95,330     60.35   125,570      714
000000    All industries   13-0000 Business and Financial Operations Occupations       57,980        34.90    72,640     24.90    51,780     32.50    67,570     41.80    86,950    2,686

000000    All industries   13-1011 Agents and Business Managers of Artists,                   80     32.40    67,430     21.10    43,930     25.70    53,440     41.20    85,690           6
                                   Performers, and Athletes
000000    All industries   13-1021 Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products                20     36.00    74,890     23.05    47,910     29.25    60,880     40.85    84,940          13

000000    All industries   13-1022 Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm             1,530        29.80    62,030     21.85    45,480     29.90    62,170     37.55    78,150      212
                                   Products
000000    All industries   13-1023 Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and     1,780        32.75    68,080     24.70    51,400     30.60    63,680     39.00    81,150      521
                                   Farm Products
000000    All industries   13-1031 Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators       3,920        33.20    69,060     26.10    54,270     32.75    68,170     40.00    83,200          96

000000    All industries   13-1032 Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage                      400        25.25    52,570     20.70    43,090     24.85    51,710     29.55    61,460       16
000000    All industries   13-1041 Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture,             4,720        26.45    55,010     17.90    37,220     24.15    50,270     34.15    71,040      289
                                   Construction, Health and Safety, and
                                   Transportation
000000    All industries   13-1051 Cost Estimators                                      1,500        33.20    69,070     21.65    45,020     33.00    68,690     44.35    92,270      218
000000    All industries   13-1061 Emergency Management Specialists                       180        25.25    52,540     17.70    36,800     24.75    51,430     31.90    66,350       49
000000    All industries   13-1071 Employment, Recruitment, and Placement               1,500        31.15    64,760     20.15    41,860     27.30    56,760     37.95    78,900      324
                                   Specialists
000000    All industries   13-1072 Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis               570        31.75    66,070     25.20    52,400     31.05    64,630     37.65    78,310      215
                                   Specialists
000000    All industries   13-1073 Training and Development Specialists                 1,580        31.95    66,480     24.70    51,330     31.20    64,890     38.60    80,300      341
000000    All industries   13-1079 Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations       1,460        33.85    70,370     27.30    56,750     32.50    67,610     40.70    84,640      509
                                   Specialists, All Other
000000    All industries   13-1081 Logisticians                                           720        41.15    85,640     27.85    57,950     35.95    74,740     47.20    98,220      130
000000    All industries   13-1111 Management Analysts                                  4,610        43.60    90,650     33.55    69,820     41.55    86,440     52.60   109,420      263
000000    All industries   13-1121 Meeting and Convention Planners                        300        24.85    51,730     17.70    36,790     23.40    48,710     32.45    67,530       74
000000    All industries   13-1199 Business Operations Specialists, All Other          12,160        34.05    70,840     25.15    52,310     31.05    64,560     40.10    83,380      984
000000    All industries   13-2011 Accountants and Auditors                            11,600        38.50    80,070     27.10    56,340     35.05    72,900     45.15    93,880    1,303
000000    All industries   13-2021 Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                430        31.80    66,130     22.55    46,940     34.00    70,760     39.85    82,920      107
000000    All industries   13-2031 Budget Analysts                                        280        34.15    71,030     27.80    57,800     32.50    67,600     39.75    82,730       95
000000    All industries   13-2041 Credit Analysts                                        310        32.85    68,340     25.30    52,590     30.75    63,920     38.20    79,490       88
000000    All industries   13-2051 Financial Analysts                                   2,160        39.80    82,780     28.05    58,300     38.35    79,770     47.70    99,180      229

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Units
000000    All industries   13-2052   Personal Financial Advisors                           950     41.35    85,960     22.10    45,960     29.40    61,200     45.45    94,530       41
000000    All industries   13-2053   Insurance Underwriters                              1,750     35.90    74,670     26.65    55,390     33.10    68,900     42.80    89,060       50
000000    All industries   13-2061   Financial Examiners                                   110     44.15    91,860     34.30    71,380     40.95    85,210     52.90   110,060       16
000000    All industries   13-2071   Loan Counselors                                       120     20.35    42,320     15.30    31,830     19.95    41,540     24.10    50,160       21
000000    All industries   13-2072   Loan Officers                                         860     35.00    72,810     25.35    52,750     32.50    67,590     43.15    89,740       72
000000    All industries   13-2081   Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents         520     36.05    74,930     27.55    57,350     36.95    76,860     45.25    94,110      100

000000    All industries   13-2082   Tax Preparers                                         390     22.95    47,730     20.95    43,590     22.55    46,870     24.10    50,140       19
000000    All industries   13-2099   Financial Specialists, All Other                    1,440     32.90    68,420     26.50    55,100     32.20    66,930     38.45    79,940      261
000000    All industries   15-0000   Computer and Mathematical Occupations              28,270     40.80    84,890     28.75    59,800     38.95    81,060     49.95   103,860    1,308
000000    All industries   15-1011   Computer and Information Scientists, Research         170     44.30    92,110     30.30    62,990     41.15    85,550     55.80   116,020       13

000000    All industries   15-1021 Computer Programmers                                  2,980     39.90    82,970     29.55    61,490     37.00    76,960     47.10    98,020      309
000000    All industries   15-1031 Computer Software Engineers, Applications             5,040     43.40    90,310     33.25    69,120     41.25    85,830     51.15   106,420      365
000000    All industries   15-1032 Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software         2,950     48.85   101,640     41.00    85,300     48.70   101,330     58.40   121,450      148

000000    All industries   15-1041   Computer Support Specialists                        4,050     23.80    49,490     19.05    39,660     22.95    47,720     27.80    57,810      573
000000    All industries   15-1051   Computer Systems Analysts                           4,700     46.35    96,450     35.25    73,300     43.75    91,050     54.65   113,620      411
000000    All industries   15-1061   Database Administrators                             1,020     36.95    76,860     26.35    54,830     36.40    75,690     46.85    97,490      194
000000    All industries   15-1071   Network and Computer Systems Administrators         2,160     37.55    78,060     29.00    60,330     37.30    77,630     45.55    94,730      450

000000    All industries   15-1081 Network Systems and Data Communications               1,810     44.90    93,350     36.60    76,110     44.15    91,820     54.25   112,840      224
                                   Analysts
000000    All industries   15-1099 Computer Specialists, All Other                       2,010     45.30    94,270     26.65    55,390     37.90    78,780     50.05   104,060      274
000000    All industries   15-2011 Actuaries                                               380     44.65    92,920     31.45    65,450     39.30    81,700     50.35   104,710       24
000000    All industries   15-2021 Mathematicians                                           70     40.55    84,330     25.60    53,270     42.50    88,420     50.80   105,680        9
000000    All industries   15-2031 Operations Research Analysts                            530     45.20    94,010     32.50    67,590     45.60    94,850     57.70   120,010       31
000000    All industries   15-2041 Statisticians                                           370     39.15    81,460     30.50    63,420     38.05    79,130     47.30    98,340       36
000000    All industries   15-2091 Mathematical Technicians                                 20     32.00    66,540     25.85    53,780     29.40    61,110     34.80    72,350        6
000000    All industries   15-2099 Mathematical Scientists, All Other                       30     31.10    64,650     15.50    32,260     23.50    48,910     46.05    95,770        9
000000    All industries   17-0000 Architecture and Engineering Occupations             16,410     37.45    77,930     26.60    55,310     35.35    73,550     46.95    97,680      699
000000    All industries   17-1011 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                  730     39.50    82,150     29.55    61,470     35.35    73,580     44.40    92,320       41
000000    All industries   17-1012 Landscape Architects                                            32.15    66,900     22.90    47,590     32.35    67,270     41.35    86,020       25
000000    All industries   17-1022 Surveyors                                               410     31.90    66,380     27.40    57,000     33.65    69,980     37.65    78,300       40
000000    All industries   17-2011 Aerospace Engineers                                      30     51.00   106,100     43.50    90,470     51.15   106,380     59.75   124,290        5
000000    All industries   17-2021 Agricultural Engineers                                   20     33.15    68,960     29.50    61,410     33.00    68,680     37.30    77,590        4

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                  Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                         Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)     Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Units
000000    All industries   17-2031   Biomedical Engineers                                    170     39.30    81,700     30.30    63,030     37.55    78,080     47.55    98,880       22
000000    All industries   17-2041   Chemical Engineers                                      690     47.20    98,210     35.15    73,130     45.90    95,480     59.80   124,390       58
000000    All industries   17-2051   Civil Engineers                                       1,650     39.80    82,770     31.80    66,190     38.45    79,940     47.45    98,750      132
000000    All industries   17-2061   Computer Hardware Engineers                             470     45.45    94,510     35.00    72,780     45.40    94,440     56.30   117,140       32
000000    All industries   17-2071   Electrical Engineers                                  1,040     38.55    80,200     30.50    63,430     37.50    78,040     46.00    95,670      107
000000    All industries   17-2072   Electronics Engineers, Except Computer                1,200     50.10   104,190     37.40    77,770     47.70    99,190     61.70   128,350       63
000000    All industries   17-2081   Environmental Engineers                                 710     38.00    79,080     31.65    65,810     38.05    79,140     45.95    95,580       65
000000    All industries   17-2111   Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety       250     40.35    83,950     32.40    67,400     39.20    81,530     48.75   101,410       60
                                     Engineers and Inspectors
000000    All industries   17-2112   Industrial Engineers                                  1,120     37.75    78,520     29.35    61,010     36.45    75,830     45.40    94,480      171
000000    All industries   17-2131   Materials Engineers                                      90     42.85    89,150     35.35    73,510     42.90    89,260     50.60   105,250       27
000000    All industries   17-2141   Mechanical Engineers                                  1,920     42.10    87,580     30.40    63,210     37.90    78,830     49.50   102,910      178
000000    All industries   17-2199   Engineers, All Other                                  1,310     50.10   104,170     41.15    85,640     52.35   108,890     61.50   127,920       72
000000    All industries   17-3011   Architectural and Civil Drafters                        900     21.90    45,580     15.45    32,170     19.70    40,980     28.85    60,060       63
000000    All industries   17-3012   Electrical and Electronics Drafters                     220     29.20    60,780     22.75    47,330     30.25    62,960     36.35    75,610       43
000000    All industries   17-3013   Mechanical Drafters                                     330     26.35    54,810     19.20    39,930     25.80    53,680     31.75    66,020       67
000000    All industries   17-3019   Drafters, All Other                                      90     26.70    55,590     21.00    43,630     26.15    54,370     30.60    63,680       22
000000    All industries   17-3022   Civil Engineering Technicians                           280     24.70    51,400     20.15    41,940     24.05    50,050     29.65    61,680       46
000000    All industries   17-3023   Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians     1,180     24.70    51,430     18.90    39,350     24.05    50,020     29.75    61,900       74

000000    All industries   17-3024 Electro-Mechanical Technicians                            130     22.65    47,120     16.90    35,170     21.05    43,800     28.45    59,160          23
000000    All industries   17-3025 Environmental Engineering Technicians                     230     19.60    40,810     14.85    30,860     18.20    37,880     22.60    46,980          20
000000    All industries   17-3026 Industrial Engineering Technicians                        130     26.90    55,970     20.75    43,150     26.30    54,690     31.80    66,160          30
000000    All industries   17-3027 Mechanical Engineering Technicians                        200     22.50    46,840     17.80    37,060     22.00    45,770     26.55    55,260          37
000000    All industries   17-3029 Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All             430     29.85    62,100     20.50    42,660     32.10    66,740     38.30    79,620          25
                                   Other
000000    All industries   17-3031 Surveying and Mapping Technicians                         250     18.50    38,490     14.40    29,970     17.55    36,470     22.65    47,150       23
000000    All industries   19-0000 Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations         14,390     37.40    77,840     24.30    50,560     34.00    70,730     46.80    97,300      639

000000    All industries   19-1012   Food Scientists and Technologists                       120     36.35    75,580     28.30    58,890     32.70    67,970     41.60    86,480          13
000000    All industries   19-1021   Biochemists and Biophysicists                           950     56.65   117,850     34.30    71,330     45.95    95,540     77.95   162,160          31
000000    All industries   19-1022   Microbiologists                                                 31.70    65,970     23.50    48,840     30.70    63,860     38.95    81,030          22
000000    All industries   19-1023   Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                       20     32.10    66,790     26.90    55,960     33.20    69,060     37.80    78,580           8
000000    All industries   19-1029   Biological Scientists, All Other                        230     28.85    60,060     22.35    46,480     28.55    59,330     35.45    73,750          16
000000    All industries   19-1031   Conservation Scientists                                  40     33.05    68,740     25.20    52,470     35.25    73,290     39.45    82,060           9
000000    All industries   19-1041   Epidemiologists                                          10                                                                                           7

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                       Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                           Est'd        (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)       Empl.        Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Units
000000    All industries   19-1042   Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists              2,500        51.05   106,210     39.85    82,940     48.05    99,940     59.20   123,130       50
000000    All industries   19-1099   Life Scientists, All Other                                           36.20    75,320     32.20    66,940     37.25    77,520     45.25    94,100        7
000000    All industries   19-2012   Physicists                                                150        56.70   117,920     45.70    95,110     56.55   117,580     66.15   137,600        8
000000    All industries   19-2031   Chemists                                                2,970        34.95    72,670     25.15    52,320     32.60    67,850     43.00    89,390      120
000000    All industries   19-2032   Materials Scientists                                       50        44.80    93,190     35.15    73,100     46.30    96,320     56.30   117,100       15
000000    All industries   19-2041   Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including       660        28.75    59,770     22.05    45,880     28.30    58,810     34.70    72,220       55
                                     Health
000000    All industries   19-2042   Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and                    120        36.75    76,430     24.05    49,980     31.20    64,890     41.45    86,210          10
                                     Geographers
000000    All industries   19-2099   Physical Scientists, All Other                                       42.50    88,380     32.70    68,030     42.55    88,540     53.60   111,500       21
000000    All industries   19-3011   Economists                                                 20        45.05    93,730     38.25    79,540     43.65    90,760     48.80   101,510        6
000000    All industries   19-3021   Market Research Analysts                                1,600        39.70    82,540     28.80    59,950     40.85    84,930     49.75   103,490      226
000000    All industries   19-3031   Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists            890        41.05    85,350     29.95    62,310     37.75    78,550     46.85    97,460      152

000000    All industries   19-3051   Urban and Regional Planners                               100        31.85    66,220     21.70    45,110     30.90    64,240     38.20    79,490          17
000000    All industries   19-3091   Anthropologists and Archeologists                                    28.20    58,640     26.50    55,130     28.75    59,830     31.05    64,540           6
000000    All industries   19-3093   Historians                                                           35.90    74,720     34.40    71,580     36.60    76,180     38.85    80,780           6
000000    All industries   19-3099   Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other              40     38.40    79,890     29.70    61,750     40.30    83,800     46.35    96,410           6

000000    All industries   19-4011 Agricultural and Food Science Technicians                              23.35    48,600     19.55    40,630     23.45    48,760     27.40    56,980        5
000000    All industries   19-4021 Biological Technicians                                      640        20.45    42,490     16.55    34,470     19.75    41,060     24.25    50,420       32
000000    All industries   19-4031 Chemical Technicians                                      1,320        20.40    42,400     16.05    33,380     19.85    41,240     24.50    50,960      107
000000    All industries   19-4041 Geological and Petroleum Technicians                                   23.90    49,730     15.85    33,010     21.75    45,200     29.40    61,100        3
000000    All industries   19-4091 Environmental Science and Protection Technicians,           130        18.25    37,970     14.85    30,850     18.00    37,440     20.95    43,610       26
                                   Including Health
000000    All industries   19-4093 Forest and Conservation Technicians                                    21.25    44,240     19.05    39,580     21.90    45,590     24.20    50,340           4
000000    All industries   19-4099 Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All         290        24.75    51,460     19.60    40,770     23.60    49,120     28.40    59,100          44
                                   Other
000000    All industries   21-0000 Community and Social Services Occupations                16,440        24.90    51,800     16.30    33,900     23.15    48,140     31.30    65,080      625

000000    All industries   21-1011 Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder                   2,050                                                                                             85
                                   Counselors
000000    All industries   21-1012 Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors            1,650        34.85    72,530     27.15    56,500     34.65    72,050     44.30    92,170      205

000000    All industries   21-1013 Marriage and Family Therapists                              950        26.95    56,050     22.10    45,970     24.70    51,350     31.35    65,210          16
000000    All industries   21-1014 Mental Health Counselors                                  1,010        19.55    40,710     14.70    30,530     17.20    35,800     23.95    49,770          49

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Units
000000    All industries   21-1015   Rehabilitation Counselors                           1,640     19.25    40,060     12.95    26,980     15.95    33,210     24.20    50,320       49
000000    All industries   21-1019   Counselors, All Other                                 690     22.35    46,500     18.10    37,670     22.25    46,320     26.55    55,200       26
000000    All industries   21-1021   Child, Family, and School Social Workers            2,370     28.40    59,070     19.25    40,040     27.55    57,320     37.05    77,110      269
000000    All industries   21-1022   Medical and Public Health Social Workers              600     26.45    55,060     22.50    46,830     26.90    55,950     30.50    63,470      112
000000    All industries   21-1023   Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social              340     27.00    56,180     21.45    44,590     26.75    55,670     32.05    66,690       42
                                     Workers
000000    All industries   21-1029   Social Workers, All Other                             430     37.70    78,420     24.20    50,330     30.50    63,390     46.45    96,660          34
000000    All industries   21-1091   Health Educators                                      210     25.25    52,480     19.55    40,630     24.50    51,000     30.05    62,550          48
000000    All industries   21-1092   Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment         720     28.45    59,160     22.50    46,820     29.55    61,410     35.25    73,270          11
                                     Specialists
000000    All industries   21-1093   Social and Human Service Assistants                 2,040     14.50    30,170     10.85    22,600     13.90    28,950     17.80    37,010      125
000000    All industries   21-1099   Community and Social Service Specialists, All       1,370     19.85    41,320     15.30    31,830     19.75    41,120     23.50    48,910      133
                                     Other
000000    All industries   21-2011   Clergy                                                290     21.95    45,660     13.95    29,030     21.80    45,310     28.00    58,220          49
000000    All industries   21-2021   Directors, Religious Activities and Education                 25.70    53,420     15.00    31,240     22.65    47,060     26.20    54,460           6

000000    All industries   23-0000 Legal Occupations                                    10,450     50.60   105,230     28.15    58,570     43.90    91,310     67.90   141,280      417
000000    All industries   23-1011 Lawyers                                               7,070     61.45   127,820     40.10    83,450     56.25   116,960     77.20   160,530      355
000000    All industries   23-1021 Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and            130     47.80    99,400     36.45    75,830     48.75   101,390     60.00   124,780       17
                                   Hearing Officers
000000    All industries   23-1022 Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators                 20     44.05    91,630     35.30    73,410     40.15    83,460     52.10   108,340        9
000000    All industries   23-1023 Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates              260     57.25   119,090     37.25    77,440     68.25   141,960     75.40   156,860       83
000000    All industries   23-2011 Paralegals and Legal Assistants                       2,220     24.60    51,190     19.90    41,440     24.25    50,410     29.50    61,410      180
000000    All industries   23-2091 Court Reporters                                          40     38.55    80,220     34.65    72,090     38.60    80,280     44.80    93,160       12
000000    All industries   23-2092 Law Clerks                                              260     21.75    45,260     16.45    34,190     18.80    39,070     24.00    49,880       22
000000    All industries   23-2093 Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers             260     20.00    41,610     15.35    31,900     18.05    37,590     22.10    45,980       11
000000    All industries   23-2099 Legal Support Workers, All Other                        180     27.80    57,830     21.95    45,700     27.05    56,250     33.05    68,760       24
000000    All industries   25-0000 Education, Training, and Library Occupations         73,130     26.25    54,590     16.30    33,930     24.40    50,740     34.10    70,950      668

000000    All industries   25-1011 Business Teachers, Postsecondary**                      550              86,490              54,030              79,870             107,400          16
000000    All industries   25-1022 Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary**          530              69,770              45,730              63,880              89,080          16

000000    All industries   25-1032 Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary**                                    98,220              85,070              97,380             116,820           5
000000    All industries   25-1042 Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary**            280              76,580              42,840              66,820              97,820          13

000000    All industries   25-1052 Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary**                     160              79,030              47,680              70,840             103,300          14

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                   Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd        (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.        Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Units
000000    All industries   25-1054 Physics Teachers, Postsecondary**                           70              83,000              53,650              72,460             105,810           9
000000    All industries   25-1061 Anthropology and Archeology Teachers,                                       67,230              47,400              65,110              84,060           6
                                   Postsecondary**
000000    All industries   25-1063 Economics Teachers, Postsecondary**                     140                100,350              64,870              93,560             130,010          11
000000    All industries   25-1065 Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary**                                 87,100              57,830              79,190             108,770           8
000000    All industries   25-1066 Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary**                                        81,190              58,680              80,640             102,430          15
000000    All industries   25-1067 Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary**                                         69,190              41,650              60,870              84,550          13
000000    All industries   25-1071 Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary**            340                 77,410              51,000              66,530              88,910          16

000000    All industries   25-1072 Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary**       160                 77,910              56,290              73,980              92,960          14

000000    All industries   25-1081   Education Teachers, Postsecondary**                                       66,120              50,640              65,130              79,870          10
000000    All industries   25-1112   Law Teachers, Postsecondary**                         120                118,380              74,120             117,550             156,050           7
000000    All industries   25-1113   Social Work Teachers, Postsecondary**                                     61,600              45,350              58,480              74,920           5
000000    All industries   25-1121   Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary**                           63,440              43,480              58,330              78,340          14

000000    All industries   25-1122 Communications Teachers, Postsecondary**                                    66,090              42,540              61,430              82,460          11

000000    All industries   25-1123 English Language and Literature Teachers,               900                 73,550              48,080              71,600              96,200          15
                                   Postsecondary**
000000    All industries   25-1124 Foreign Language and Literature Teachers,                                   74,440              59,090              75,450              88,180           8
                                   Postsecondary**
000000    All industries   25-1125 History Teachers, Postsecondary**                       240                 76,030              46,830              67,110              94,360          13
000000    All industries   25-1126 Philosophy and Religion Teachers,                                           71,400              52,870              63,520              89,190          11
                                   Postsecondary**
000000    All industries   25-1193 Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers,                160                 58,120              39,580              53,960              72,200           6
                                   Postsecondary**
000000    All industries   25-1194 Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary**          940                 54,160              38,670              50,690              64,630          22

000000    All industries   25-1199 Postsecondary Teachers, All Other**                   2,890                 64,430              44,890              49,880              64,350       18
000000    All industries   25-2011 Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education          3,320        18.75    38,970     12.80    26,620     16.40    34,080     23.10    48,060      155

000000    All industries   25-2012 Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special                 1,250                 57,500              45,770              52,970              68,380      166
                                   Education**
000000    All industries   25-2021 Elementary School Teachers, Except Special           12,720                 61,750              48,130              57,760              74,900      196
                                   Education**

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                                               NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                       ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                              FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                               Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                      Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code    Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Units
000000    All industries   25-2022 Middle School Teachers, Except Special and           5,930              62,820              48,870              59,880              77,150      112
                                   Vocational Education**
000000    All industries   25-2031 Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and        8,680              65,400              49,930              62,080              81,310          85
                                   Vocational Education**
000000    All industries   25-2032 Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary                                70,570              68,310              73,860              79,430          11
                                   School**
000000    All industries   25-2041 Special Education Teachers, Preschool,               2,270              62,540              48,180              58,210              76,620      157
                                   Kindergarten, and Elementary School**
000000    All industries   25-2042 Special Education Teachers, Middle School**            950              59,360              46,990              55,540              70,810          76

000000    All industries   25-2043 Special Education Teachers, Secondary School**       1,100              68,920              55,300              65,730              83,750          61

000000    All industries   25-3011 Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED            430     23.55    48,970     14.70    30,540     24.05    50,010     31.90    66,330          32
                                   Teachers and Instructors
000000    All industries   25-3021 Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                   2,040     25.40    52,840     18.25    37,950     26.50    55,100     30.80    64,120       81
000000    All industries   25-3099 Teachers and Instructors, All Other                  6,530              44,150              27,710              34,170              50,080      158
000000    All industries   25-4011 Archivists                                              20     30.20    62,800     22.00    45,720     31.60    65,720     36.25    75,430        9
000000    All industries   25-4012 Curators                                                30     24.90    51,790     16.50    34,360     22.30    46,350     32.50    67,600        9
000000    All industries   25-4021 Librarians**                                         1,150              62,230              47,830              61,020              77,470      278
000000    All industries   25-4031 Library Technicians                                    850     14.85    30,890     10.65    22,110     14.15    29,450     18.40    38,230       99
000000    All industries   25-9011 Audio-Visual Collections Specialists                    10     18.60    38,690     14.20    29,580     15.95    33,180     22.95    47,690        7
000000    All industries   25-9031 Instructional Coordinators                             640     30.35    63,180     20.85    43,390     29.40    61,160     40.45    84,170       98
000000    All industries   25-9041 Teacher Assistants                                  11,420              24,580              19,130              23,940              29,450      367
000000    All industries   25-9099 Education, Training, and Library Workers, All        1,160     27.65    57,470     22.00    45,760     26.90    55,980     36.20    75,310       49
                                   Other
000000    All industries   27-0000 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media      10,670     26.10    54,270     14.90    31,000     22.35    46,540     34.30    71,330      833
                                   Occupations
000000    All industries   27-1011 Art Directors                                          290     42.85    89,120     31.95    66,440     41.60    86,480     51.95   108,010          51
000000    All industries   27-1013 Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and        20     17.00    35,410     10.80    22,490     13.55    28,140     19.90    41,360           6
                                   Illustrators
000000    All industries   27-1014 Multi-Media Artists and Animators                       90     24.60    51,130     15.70    32,630     24.30    50,500     31.80    66,110       18
000000    All industries   27-1019 Artists and Related Workers, All Other                  50     37.25    77,530     20.60    42,830     42.95    89,380     48.05    99,890        6
000000    All industries   27-1021 Commercial and Industrial Designers                    140     30.80    64,080     26.25    54,600     31.35    65,260     37.05    77,020       34
000000    All industries   27-1022 Fashion Designers                                              39.90    83,000     34.05    70,870     37.75    78,500     41.75    86,880        6
000000    All industries   27-1023 Floral Designers                                       250     18.30    38,060     15.95    33,160     18.40    38,260     21.45    44,640       39
000000    All industries   27-1024 Graphic Designers                                    1,540     26.75    55,690     19.40    40,400     25.40    52,880     32.35    67,260      228

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                 Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                        Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)    Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Units
000000    All industries   27-1025 Interior Designers                                       530     29.00    60,280     19.30    40,190     32.05    66,650     38.60    80,320          33
000000    All industries   27-1026 Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers               570     15.55    32,380     11.90    24,780     15.45    32,160     18.70    38,900          49

000000    All industries   27-1029   Designers, All Other                                   180     20.60    42,900      9.25    19,200     18.75    38,970     29.60    61,560          20
000000    All industries   27-2011   Actors**                                               250                                                                                          12
000000    All industries   27-2012   Producers and Directors**                              280             114,350              38,620              94,900                              39
000000    All industries   27-2022   Coaches and Scouts                                   1,310              35,370              19,080              28,160              44,590          75
000000    All industries   27-2041   Music Directors and Composers**                         60                                                                                          12
000000    All industries   27-2042   Musicians and Singers**                                310                                                                                          11
000000    All industries   27-2099   Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related         50     14.60               10.35               11.45               16.90                    13
                                     Workers, All Other
000000    All industries   27-3011   Radio and Television Announcers                                22.35    46,490     13.75    28,600     15.80    32,830     21.20    44,070        3
000000    All industries   27-3031   Public Relations Specialists                         1,480     27.90    58,030     17.85    37,170     25.15    52,350     36.70    76,370      285
000000    All industries   27-3041   Editors                                                620     31.45    65,430     18.15    37,750     27.95    58,180     39.55    82,240       64
000000    All industries   27-3042   Technical Writers                                      370     33.10    68,800     24.65    51,260     29.65    61,680     40.55    84,380       93
000000    All industries   27-3043   Writers and Authors                                    370     19.50    40,600     13.50    28,080     15.90    33,090     22.75    47,320       42
000000    All industries   27-3091   Interpreters and Translators                            90     20.75    43,190     12.35    25,740     20.30    42,180     28.15    58,510       19
000000    All industries   27-3099   Media and Communication Workers, All Other             150     34.95    72,690     15.90    33,070     31.30    65,120     57.30   119,230       26

000000    All industries   27-4011 Audio and Video Equipment Technicians                    230     20.05    41,710     14.20    29,550     19.70    40,940     25.85    53,730          53
000000    All industries   27-4012 Broadcast Technicians                                     40     25.90    53,820     21.45    44,640     24.95    51,850     30.75    63,920           7
000000    All industries   27-4014 Sound Engineering Technicians                                    27.85    57,910     22.35    46,470     26.10    54,260     34.90    72,590           8
000000    All industries   27-4021 Photographers                                            340     16.90    35,170     10.10    21,020     13.55    28,210     19.45    40,430          24
000000    All industries   27-4031 Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion           20     22.35    46,520     20.55    42,690     22.20    46,150     23.85    49,610           5
                                   Picture
000000    All industries   27-4032 Film and Video Editors                                           25.35    52,740     19.60    40,770     21.65    45,050     35.15    73,090        4
000000    All industries   29-0000 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations    49,830     38.35    79,750     25.90    53,880     34.10    70,940     43.95    91,440    1,052

000000    All industries   29-1011   Chiropractors                                          230     34.00    70,750     26.90    55,900     29.45    61,230     32.00    66,550       13
000000    All industries   29-1021   Dentists, General                                      680     79.45   165,220     51.70   107,520     76.90   159,980                           47
000000    All industries   29-1022   Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons                        130                                                                                        8
000000    All industries   29-1023   Orthodontists                                                 100.75   209,510                                                                    6
000000    All industries   29-1029   Dentists, All Other Specialists                                70.20   146,070     27.50    57,250     74.35   154,660                            8
000000    All industries   29-1031   Dietitians and Nutritionists                           390     28.80    59,880     25.60    53,240     28.75    59,800     32.05    66,680       76
000000    All industries   29-1041   Optometrists                                            50     57.20   119,010     44.50    92,570     48.25   100,340     52.10   108,410        9
000000    All industries   29-1051   Pharmacists                                          2,120     47.30    98,350     43.10    89,650     47.70    99,240     53.50   111,240      133

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   29-1061 Anesthesiologists                                       130    110.15   229,070                                                                     4
000000    All industries   29-1062 Family and General Practitioners                        610     81.30   169,080     69.15   143,830     76.90   159,990                            61
000000    All industries   29-1063 Internists, General                                     770     79.35   165,040     63.30   131,620     73.90   153,690                            26
000000    All industries   29-1064 Obstetricians and Gynecologists                         160     78.70   163,720     57.70   120,030     63.65   132,370                            12
000000    All industries   29-1065 Pediatricians, General                                  340     75.55   157,150     56.75   118,010     70.00   145,650                            26
000000    All industries   29-1066 Psychiatrists                                           320     83.10   172,900     51.70   107,540                                                34
000000    All industries   29-1067 Surgeons                                                370    103.45   215,130                                                                    23
000000    All industries   29-1069 Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                    2,790     68.00   141,390     26.70    55,520     67.95   141,390                            87
000000    All industries   29-1071 Physician Assistants                                    340     43.05    89,540     37.00    76,970     42.80    89,020     49.70   103,380        39
000000    All industries   29-1081 Podiatrists                                                     66.00   137,320     41.70    86,750     48.45   100,790                             8
000000    All industries   29-1111 Registered Nurses                                    19,490     36.50    75,940     31.35    65,170     36.65    76,280     41.95    87,300       625
000000    All industries   29-1121 Audiologists                                             70     41.60    86,540     35.45    73,770     39.20    81,570     49.90   103,820        12
000000    All industries   29-1122 Occupational Therapists                                 570     38.90    80,930     32.05    66,630     37.90    78,880     46.70    97,120        85
000000    All industries   29-1123 Physical Therapists                                   1,110     41.25    85,800     32.95    68,540     38.60    80,280     49.85   103,650        86
000000    All industries   29-1124 Radiation Therapists                                    110     43.95    91,390     36.70    76,290     43.55    90,620     49.95   103,880        12
000000    All industries   29-1125 Recreational Therapists                                 180     19.95    41,450     13.05    27,110     20.00    41,640     24.80    51,540        43
000000    All industries   29-1126 Respiratory Therapists                                  580     30.00    62,400     27.35    56,860     29.70    61,800     32.40    67,440        32
000000    All industries   29-1127 Speech-Language Pathologists                            780     38.80    80,750     29.00    60,350     36.65    76,200     48.80   101,540       151
000000    All industries   29-1129 Therapists, All Other                                    40     18.50    38,510     11.90    24,780     14.65    30,450     24.10    50,170         8
000000    All industries   29-1131 Veterinarians                                           210     62.00   129,010     43.85    91,200     55.50   115,470     76.50   159,120        16
000000    All industries   29-1199 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All       250     37.75    78,560     29.40    61,120     38.65    80,400     47.20    98,160        29
                                   Other
000000    All industries   29-2011 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists         1,060     29.65    61,650     26.25    54,640     29.50    61,330     33.15    68,970           42

000000    All industries   29-2012 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians             470     22.65    47,150     18.00    37,450     23.25    48,320     27.85    57,930           35

000000    All industries   29-2021 Dental Hygienists                                     1,020     38.10    79,230     35.00    72,790     38.15    79,400     41.70    86,710           45
000000    All industries   29-2031 Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians            300     30.10    62,620     25.95    53,930     30.20    62,790     35.50    73,790           27

000000    All industries   29-2032   Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                       630     32.55    67,650     26.95    56,100     32.75    68,080     38.30    79,690           41
000000    All industries   29-2033   Nuclear Medicine Technologists                        200     38.85    80,820     34.65    72,040     39.20    81,550     44.60    92,780           30
000000    All industries   29-2034   Radiologic Technologists and Technicians            1,500     30.15    62,750     26.60    55,350     30.10    62,610     34.45    71,680           61
000000    All industries   29-2041   Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics        1,570     16.75    34,800     13.15    27,360     14.80    30,740     20.25    42,080           31

000000    All industries   29-2051 Dietetic Technicians                                     80     15.15    31,500     12.55    26,070     15.20    31,590     17.85    37,160        20
000000    All industries   29-2052 Pharmacy Technicians                                  2,210     14.00    29,150     11.45    23,810     13.70    28,480     16.45    34,200       101

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                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                  Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                         Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)     Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   29-2053   Psychiatric Technicians                                         22.30    46,380     17.35    36,080     22.30    46,430     26.05    54,160        10
000000    All industries   29-2054   Respiratory Therapy Technicians                         150     27.30    56,830     24.20    50,320     27.55    57,290     30.70    63,840        16
000000    All industries   29-2055   Surgical Technologists                                  430     20.40    42,420     17.65    36,680     20.10    41,780     23.25    48,320        31
000000    All industries   29-2056   Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                560     15.60    32,470     12.95    26,960     15.20    31,630     18.70    38,870        14
000000    All industries   29-2061   Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses     3,610     24.35    50,650     21.55    44,780     24.30    50,500     27.85    57,890       205

000000    All industries   29-2081 Opticians, Dispensing                                     340     24.15    50,280     21.50    44,740     23.95    49,840     27.20    56,600           16
000000    All industries   29-2099 Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other         1,030     25.65    53,390     17.70    36,810     23.20    48,210     31.20    64,930           40

000000    All industries   29-9011   Occupational Health and Safety Specialists              450     34.75    72,280     28.60    59,500     34.00    70,710     39.05    81,190       103
000000    All industries   29-9012   Occupational Health and Safety Technicians               70     25.60    53,280     18.35    38,190     23.90    49,720     32.25    67,070        30
000000    All industries   29-9091   Athletic Trainers                                       100              52,330              38,470              52,360              62,360        36
000000    All industries   29-9099   Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers,         130     36.80    76,580     29.65    61,650     36.15    75,160     44.20    91,950        20
                                     All Other
000000    All industries   31-0000   Healthcare Support Occupations                       28,080     13.75    28,590     10.75    22,320     12.60    26,220     15.75    32,770       525
000000    All industries   31-1011   Home Health Aides                                     6,070     11.05    22,970      9.65    20,120     10.95    22,810     12.10    25,180        60
000000    All industries   31-1012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants             10,830     12.40    25,810     10.65    22,160     12.05    25,110     14.20    29,510       174
000000    All industries   31-1013   Psychiatric Aides                                       740     17.05    35,480     13.40    27,830     16.50    34,340     20.80    43,260        22
000000    All industries   31-2011   Occupational Therapist Assistants                       120     21.05    43,810     11.95    24,810     22.15    46,120     26.75    55,640        18
000000    All industries   31-2012   Occupational Therapist Aides                                    14.00    29,090     11.20    23,330     13.10    27,230     16.60    34,490         6
000000    All industries   31-2021   Physical Therapist Assistants                           260     19.55    40,660     10.65    22,150     21.65    45,080     26.80    55,700        43
000000    All industries   31-2022   Physical Therapist Aides                                530     12.60    26,210     10.70    22,280     12.10    25,190     14.45    30,020        41
000000    All industries   31-9011   Massage Therapists                                      360     17.75    36,940      7.45    15,520     16.00    33,310     23.00    47,850        15
000000    All industries   31-9091   Dental Assistants                                     2,710     18.10    37,660     13.40    27,900     18.05    37,570     22.70    47,210        80
000000    All industries   31-9092   Medical Assistants                                    3,200     16.50    34,290     13.55    28,150     15.85    33,000     18.95    39,400       136
000000    All industries   31-9093   Medical Equipment Preparers                             500     15.90    33,080     13.75    28,610     15.75    32,730     18.15    37,730        34
000000    All industries   31-9094   Medical Transcriptionists                               350     19.30    40,110     16.40    34,080     18.80    39,090     22.45    46,730        44
000000    All industries   31-9095   Pharmacy Aides                                          340     10.70    22,260      8.40    17,510      9.40    19,570     11.95    24,820        44
000000    All industries   31-9096   Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal             360     10.45    21,730      8.05    16,760      9.70    20,130     11.55    24,040        12
                                     Caretakers
000000    All industries   31-9099   Healthcare Support Workers, All Other                 1,660     16.00    33,320     13.65    28,440     15.75    32,810     18.25    37,920        76
000000    All industries   33-0000   Protective Service Occupations                       32,120     23.55    48,950     12.50    26,040     19.45    40,440     34.50    71,750       632
000000    All industries   33-1011   First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Correctional         210     41.60    86,510     40.70    84,620     44.10    91,750     47.55    98,900        12
                                     Officers
000000    All industries   33-1012   First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and           860     48.20   100,260     43.00    89,400     48.00    99,880     54.85   114,090       103
                                     Detectives

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   33-1021 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting        480     48.00    99,830     43.15    89,740     48.80   101,530     56.35   117,210           37
                                   and Prevention Workers
000000    All industries   33-1099 First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective             690     26.65    55,480     20.80    43,210     25.65    53,360     32.80    68,190       142
                                   Service Workers, All Other
000000    All industries   33-2011 Fire Fighters                                         1,540     37.25    77,440     32.60    67,800     37.80    78,640     44.20    91,970           31
000000    All industries   33-2021 Fire Inspectors and Investigators                       250     25.25    52,570     17.40    36,220     25.90    53,840     33.40    69,440           72
000000    All industries   33-2022 Forest Fire Inspectors and Prevention Specialists        20     25.15    52,300     20.60    42,840     23.95    49,780     28.50    59,300            5

000000    All industries   33-3012 Correctional Officers and Jailers                     3,070     29.40    61,120     23.95    49,830     31.50    65,520     36.10    75,070        13
000000    All industries   33-3021 Detectives and Criminal Investigators                 1,060     39.55    82,220     33.70    70,110     40.95    85,150     46.90    97,570        66
000000    All industries   33-3041 Parking Enforcement Workers                             100     19.05    39,580     13.90    28,930     17.20    35,830     23.45    48,750        21
000000    All industries   33-3051 Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                  5,350     36.30    75,460     30.00    62,390     37.55    78,120     44.10    91,720       114
000000    All industries   33-9011 Animal Control Workers                                   90     18.00    37,400     13.90    28,860     17.90    37,250     22.35    46,500        39
000000    All industries   33-9021 Private Detectives and Investigators                    370     30.15    62,690     24.10    50,140     30.35    63,180     37.05    77,050        20
000000    All industries   33-9032 Security Guards                                      14,650     14.75    30,640     10.55    21,920     13.50    28,090     17.70    36,810       451
000000    All industries   33-9091 Crossing Guards                                       1,450     14.10    29,320     11.40    23,720     14.25    29,680     16.65    34,640        77
000000    All industries   33-9092 Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational        1,040     10.25    21,360      8.45    17,620      9.45    19,630     11.25    23,440        44
                                   Protective Service Workers
000000    All industries   33-9099 Protective Service Workers, All Other                   600     12.80    26,670      8.25    17,110      9.35    19,410     13.70    28,520        47
000000    All industries   35-0000 Food Preparation and Serving-Related Occupations     57,280     11.20    23,330      7.90    16,450      9.75    20,310     12.90    26,790       835

000000    All industries   35-1011 Chefs and Head Cooks                                    580     22.95    47,740     12.50    26,020     23.10    48,000     29.70    61,760       117
000000    All industries   35-1012 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food               4,630     18.00    37,480     13.45    27,960     16.45    34,230     22.45    46,650       541
                                   Preparation and Serving Workers
000000    All industries   35-2011 Cooks, Fast Food                                      2,240      8.65    18,020      7.60    15,780      8.10    16,830      9.25    19,250        44
000000    All industries   35-2012 Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                      1,640     13.60    28,250     11.10    23,090     13.30    27,680     15.50    32,190       226
000000    All industries   35-2014 Cooks, Restaurant                                     3,560     13.10    27,220     10.30    21,410     12.10    25,130     14.75    30,700       172
000000    All industries   35-2015 Cooks, Short Order                                    1,390      9.85    20,450      7.75    16,160      8.95    18,640     11.55    24,000        69
000000    All industries   35-2019 Cooks, All Other                                        250     11.15    23,180      8.85    18,420     10.25    21,340     13.35    27,720        14
000000    All industries   35-2021 Food Preparation Workers                              4,930     10.65    22,140      8.05    16,740      9.30    19,330     11.75    24,440       250
000000    All industries   35-3011 Bartenders                                            2,830     11.25    23,370      7.85    16,350     10.20    21,170     13.45    28,000       151
000000    All industries   35-3021 Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers,       12,970      9.25    19,220      7.70    16,000      8.15    16,970      9.90    20,640       294
                                   Including Fast Food
000000    All industries   35-3022 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession,       3,520     10.10    20,980      7.80    16,220      9.05    18,770     11.80    24,500       105
                                   and Coffee Shop
000000    All industries   35-3031 Waiters and Waitresses                               10,980     11.25    23,390      7.85    16,350     10.70    22,210     13.35    27,750       217

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                                               NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                       ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                              FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                   Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd        (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code    Occupational Title (click here for definitions)    Empl.        Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   35-3041 Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                           2,530        10.95    22,750      9.25    19,240     10.65    22,120     12.15    25,250       106
000000    All industries   35-9011 Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and              1,890         9.40    19,600      7.70    15,990      8.15    16,980      9.90    20,580       134
                                   Bartender Helpers
000000    All industries   35-9021 Dishwashers                                           1,610         9.40    19,540      8.00    16,630      9.10    18,910     10.30    21,410       169
000000    All industries   35-9031 Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and          1,520        10.00    20,760      8.20    17,020      9.45    19,660     11.30    23,510       122
                                   Coffee Shop
000000    All industries   35-9099 Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All       230         9.70    20,170      8.15    17,000      8.85    18,380      9.50    19,800           28
                                   Other
000000    All industries   37-0000 Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance        38,950        13.15    27,370      9.25    19,220     11.65    24,200     15.70    32,670     1,404
                                   Occupations
000000    All industries   37-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping       1,480        21.60    44,910     16.10    33,510     21.60    44,960     27.10    56,340       344
                                   and Janitorial Workers
000000    All industries   37-1012 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping,       1,100        22.95    47,780     16.65    34,660     21.25    44,190     29.20    60,770       145
                                   Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers

000000    All industries   37-2011 Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and              21,590        12.30    25,620      8.65    17,990     10.80    22,420     14.95    31,110     1,138
                                   Housekeeping Cleaners
000000    All industries   37-2012 Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                       5,950        11.45    23,850      9.45    19,670     10.95    22,830     13.25    27,540       197
000000    All industries   37-2021 Pest Control Workers                                    460        17.50    36,370     14.00    29,090     16.20    33,710     21.60    44,970        15
000000    All industries   37-3011 Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                7,820        13.60    28,300     10.60    22,090     12.60    26,200     15.70    32,700       244
000000    All industries   37-3019 Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other                             15.20    31,630     11.15    23,240     12.15    25,250     18.50    38,480        17
000000    All industries   39-0000 Personal Care and Service Occupations                29,540        17.05    35,490      9.45    19,670     13.00    27,000     20.55    42,710       697
000000    All industries   39-1021 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal           1,370        22.20    46,140     17.35    36,100     21.05    43,780     24.45    50,870       259
                                   Service Workers
000000    All industries   39-2011 Animal Trainers                                          90                                                                                               9
000000    All industries   39-2021 Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                               930        10.90    22,710      8.30    17,300      9.70    20,210     13.45    27,980           32
000000    All industries   39-3021 Motion Picture Projectionists                           130        11.70    24,390      9.30    19,310     11.90    24,760     14.30    29,770            7
000000    All industries   39-3031 Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers             430        10.00    20,770      7.45    15,510      8.25    17,110     10.65    22,150           11

000000    All industries   39-3091 Amusement and Recreation Attendants                   1,370        10.10    21,040      8.15    16,900      9.30    19,350     11.60    24,180           69
000000    All industries   39-3093 Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room                120        10.60    22,070      8.80    18,310     10.25    21,270     11.90    24,760           33
                                   Attendants
000000    All industries   39-3099 Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers, All           70      9.60    19,990      8.10    16,880      9.45    19,640     11.00    22,870           10
                                   Other
000000    All industries   39-5011 Barbers                                                            15.10    31,360     13.75    28,650     14.90    30,960     16.10    33,520            5


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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   39-5012 Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists        4,000     14.35    29,820     10.35    21,520     13.60    28,300     16.55    34,400           60

000000    All industries   39-5092   Manicurists and Pedicurists                           820     11.25    23,350      7.45    15,460     11.20    23,310     13.75    28,600           25
000000    All industries   39-5093   Shampooers                                            240      9.50    19,800      8.15    16,920      9.10    18,940     10.55    21,940           13
000000    All industries   39-5094   Skin Care Specialists                                 110     19.45    40,420     13.80    28,670     18.40    38,240     26.90    55,980           12
000000    All industries   39-6011   Baggage Porters and Bellhops                          470      8.40    17,460      7.55    15,690      7.70    16,000      8.90    18,490           21
000000    All industries   39-6012   Concierges                                             50     14.70    30,570     12.75    26,470     14.35    29,870     16.60    34,540           17
000000    All industries   39-6032   Transportation Attendants, Except Flight              490      9.50    19,810      8.40    17,460      9.10    18,940     10.55    21,930           21
                                     Attendants and Baggage Porters
000000    All industries   39-9011   Child Care Workers                                  6,560     11.10    23,090      8.75    18,220     10.80    22,470     12.80    26,580       236
000000    All industries   39-9021   Personal and Home Care Aides                        1,510     12.55    26,090      8.90    18,520     11.25    23,390     16.05    33,380        39
000000    All industries   39-9031   Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors           2,130     20.55    42,790     11.50    23,920     19.30    40,140     27.45    57,140        68
000000    All industries   39-9032   Recreation Workers                                  1,820     11.75    24,410      9.05    18,870     10.90    22,700     13.60    28,250       194
000000    All industries   39-9041   Residential Advisors                                          18.50    38,520     12.50    26,050     18.15    37,790     23.60    49,080        14
000000    All industries   39-9099   Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other          520     11.95    24,890      9.35    19,410     10.90    22,720     14.40    29,930        43

000000    All industries   41-0000 Sales and Related Occupations                        97,090     21.65    45,010      9.10    18,950     14.10    29,360     27.50    57,220     3,090
000000    All industries   41-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales       6,720     22.90    47,670     15.05    31,350     19.20    39,920     25.75    53,610       671
                                   Workers
000000    All industries   41-1012 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail         2,950     50.05   104,150     31.90    66,330     43.00    89,450     61.25   127,360       644
                                   Sales Workers
000000    All industries   41-2011 Cashiers                                             22,090      9.60    19,980      7.80    16,200      8.80    18,310     10.30    21,460       590
000000    All industries   41-2021 Counter and Rental Clerks                             3,130     14.70    30,580      9.55    19,850     11.85    24,640     19.50    40,580       151
000000    All industries   41-2022 Parts Salespersons                                      970     16.40    34,070     12.00    24,940     14.85    30,940     20.10    41,810        79
000000    All industries   41-2031 Retail Salespersons                                  26,520     12.45    25,870      8.25    17,180     10.00    20,800     14.05    29,240       497
000000    All industries   41-3011 Advertising Sales Agents                                910     32.50    67,630     15.90    33,120     26.95    56,010     40.05    83,350        56
000000    All industries   41-3021 Insurance Sales Agents                                2,630     33.35    69,340     21.80    45,370     30.90    64,280     42.95    89,300        89
000000    All industries   41-3031 Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services       3,270     45.05    93,670     18.95    39,380     33.85    70,430     64.10   133,350       103
                                   Sales Agents
000000    All industries   41-3041 Travel Agents                                           530     14.55    30,230     11.85    24,610     14.25    29,630     16.40    34,160        19
000000    All industries   41-3099 Sales Representatives, Services, All Other            8,120     35.85    74,600     23.70    49,250     31.10    64,670     42.65    88,760       727
000000    All industries   41-4011 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and                  3,600     45.50    94,620     27.10    56,350     39.40    81,970     58.60   121,880       199
                                   Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products




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                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   41-4012 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and                  9,990     33.55    69,800     20.45    42,510     28.55    59,370     40.85    85,010       787
                                   Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific
                                   Products
000000    All industries   41-9011 Demonstrators and Product Promoters                             11.40    23,750      8.55    17,780      9.65    20,050     11.65    24,270        25
000000    All industries   41-9021 Real Estate Brokers                                     170                                                                                        14
000000    All industries   41-9022 Real Estate Sales Agents                                490     25.15    52,340     13.00    27,080     15.85    32,940     32.30    67,230        43
000000    All industries   41-9031 Sales Engineers                                         610     46.05    95,740     32.35    67,250     40.30    83,780     56.15   116,840        72
000000    All industries   41-9041 Telemarketers                                         2,250     14.40    29,910     10.80    22,480     12.25    25,470     15.70    32,610        95
000000    All industries   41-9099 Sales and Related Workers, All Other                  1,890     27.30    56,760     15.75    32,790     23.60    49,100     35.40    73,660       311
000000    All industries   43-0000 Office and Administrative Support Occupations       191,740     17.25    35,870     12.35    25,730     16.35    34,020     21.60    44,940     5,545

000000    All industries   43-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and        11,400     26.20    54,550     20.45    42,510     25.30    52,660     30.90    64,240     1,950
                                   Administrative Support Workers
000000    All industries   43-2011 Switchboard Operators, Including Answering              940     13.00    27,030     10.80    22,460     12.45    25,900     15.00    31,210       220
                                   Service
000000    All industries   43-2021 Telephone Operators                                      40                                                                                        17
000000    All industries   43-3011 Bill and Account Collectors                           2,260     17.80    37,070     14.20    29,530     16.65    34,660     20.45    42,560       211
000000    All industries   43-3021 Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators      5,870     17.90    37,240     14.55    30,290     17.50    36,400     20.65    42,980       678

000000    All industries   43-3031 Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks         14,830     18.80    39,110     14.85    30,920     18.70    38,870     22.70    47,240     2,327

000000    All industries   43-3051   Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                19.60    40,800     15.60    32,410     19.30    40,110     23.20    48,230       460
000000    All industries   43-3061   Procurement Clerks                                    780     19.05    39,580     16.40    34,150     19.15    39,860     22.40    46,590       200
000000    All industries   43-3071   Tellers                                             4,490     12.35    25,650     10.50    21,870     11.95    24,890     14.20    29,520       101
000000    All industries   43-4011   Brokerage Clerks                                      400     20.80    43,280     17.05    35,450     20.80    43,230     23.85    49,580        34
000000    All industries   43-4021   Correspondence Clerks                                 150     16.65    34,640     14.10    29,350     16.40    34,120     19.05    39,580        26
000000    All industries   43-4031   Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                1,510     19.25    40,090     15.35    31,970     18.85    39,200     22.95    47,700       102
000000    All industries   43-4041   Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks              640     17.05    35,500     13.85    28,790     16.10    33,520     19.25    40,040        94
000000    All industries   43-4051   Customer Service Representatives                   14,510     17.00    35,370     13.10    27,280     16.40    34,090     20.45    42,550     1,124
000000    All industries   43-4061   Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs         200     22.90    47,600     20.60    42,820     22.95    47,710     25.30    52,630        26

000000    All industries   43-4071   File Clerks                                         2,180     12.55    26,110     10.00    20,840     12.15    25,230     14.90    30,940       347
000000    All industries   43-4081   Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                  910     10.80    22,450      9.00    18,680     10.45    21,750     12.10    25,190        49
000000    All industries   43-4111   Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan           1,880     14.85    30,900     13.25    27,520     14.65    30,430     16.35    33,970       100
000000    All industries   43-4121   Library Assistants, Clerical                          650     12.30    25,570      9.40    19,540     11.80    24,500     14.80    30,790        70
000000    All industries   43-4131   Loan Interviewers and Clerks                          730     18.25    37,920     13.55    28,220     18.70    38,940     22.65    47,160        55

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                    Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                           Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)       Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   43-4141 New Accounts Clerks                                         500     17.55    36,540     14.65    30,480     17.80    37,030     20.80    43,290        43
000000    All industries   43-4151 Order Clerks                                              2,140     16.60    34,560     12.10    25,220     15.75    32,810     21.20    44,110       240
000000    All industries   43-4161 Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and            1,350     19.30    40,120     15.85    32,980     18.95    39,430     23.05    47,950       362
                                   Timekeeping
000000    All industries   43-4171 Receptionists and Information Clerks                     10,370     12.55    26,140     10.20    21,200     12.30    25,630     14.70    30,550     1,249
000000    All industries   43-4181 Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and                    16.75    34,840     11.45    23,850     16.75    34,870     22.15    46,080        30
                                   Travel Clerks
000000    All industries   43-4199 Information and Record Clerks, All Other                  1,410     17.70    36,780     13.45    27,980     17.55    36,500     21.65    45,020       159
000000    All industries   43-5011 Cargo and Freight Agents                                  2,000     19.80    41,190     13.75    28,600     19.55    40,650     24.10    50,150        66
000000    All industries   43-5021 Couriers and Messengers                                     560     13.40    27,830     11.00    22,920     13.45    27,950     15.20    31,620        88
000000    All industries   43-5031 Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers                     670     19.20    39,930     15.45    32,100     18.80    39,060     23.00    47,870        70
000000    All industries   43-5032 Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance           1,420     20.35    42,310     15.50    32,280     19.45    40,450     24.65    51,240       226

000000    All industries   43-5041   Meter Readers, Utilities                                  140     23.65    49,190     20.95    43,590     25.00    52,010     28.50    59,300           26
000000    All industries   43-5051   Postal Service Clerks                                     760     26.85    55,810     25.45    52,940     27.30    56,790     29.15    60,630            5
000000    All industries   43-5052   Postal Service Mail Carriers                            2,900     24.10    50,100     21.30    44,250     24.20    50,300     27.55    57,330            5
000000    All industries   43-5053   Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and              990     24.75    51,440     22.20    46,180     25.65    53,370     28.35    58,930            6
                                     Processing Machine Operators
000000    All industries   43-5061   Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks             1,710     19.70    41,020     15.50    32,290     20.75    43,120     24.25    50,470       357
000000    All industries   43-5071   Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                 5,860     16.00    33,330     12.40    25,760     15.20    31,580     19.40    40,320       811
000000    All industries   43-5081   Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                         14,950     11.45    23,780      8.25    17,200      9.75    20,330     13.25    27,560       720
000000    All industries   43-5111   Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers,              950     16.60    34,510     11.75    24,450     15.65    32,520     20.65    42,920       124
                                     Recordkeeping
000000    All industries   43-6011   Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants     6,820     25.60    53,230     21.60    44,900     25.15    52,340     29.65    61,650     1,039

000000    All industries   43-6012 Legal Secretaries                                         4,780     22.20    46,170     18.30    38,010     22.45    46,750     26.55    55,210       139
000000    All industries   43-6013 Medical Secretaries                                       6,040     17.55    36,540     14.30    29,730     16.85    35,070     20.35    42,280       259
000000    All industries   43-6014 Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive        20,340     17.00    35,400     13.70    28,480     16.90    35,120     20.25    42,100     2,295

000000    All industries   43-9011   Computer Operators                                      1,290     19.80    41,220     16.50    34,360     20.40    42,450     23.60    49,140       242
000000    All industries   43-9021   Data Entry Keyers                                       1,930     15.10    31,410     11.50    23,920     14.10    29,280     17.75    36,950       247
000000    All industries   43-9022   Word Processors and Typists                             2,880     17.15    35,650     14.05    29,240     16.80    34,920     20.05    41,680       158
000000    All industries   43-9031   Desktop Publishers                                        210     19.55    40,700     12.10    25,200     17.60    36,580     27.35    56,910        29
000000    All industries   43-9041   Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks           3,430     17.50    36,440     14.55    30,250     17.40    36,240     20.00    41,550       104




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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   43-9051 Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except        1,370     13.85    28,840     11.75    24,430     13.75    28,550     15.65    32,510       210
                                   Postal Service
000000    All industries   43-9061 Office Clerks, General                               18,230     13.85    28,810     10.00    20,770     12.95    26,980     16.95    35,210     1,865
000000    All industries   43-9071 Office Machine Operators, Except Computer               660     14.15    29,440     11.00    22,900     13.70    28,500     16.80    34,940        72

000000    All industries   43-9081 Proofreaders and Copy Markers                           120     19.65    40,900     16.65    34,670     20.25    42,100     23.30    48,440        29
000000    All industries   43-9111 Statistical Assistants                                          16.50    34,370     13.00    27,090     15.20    31,660     20.60    42,860        17
000000    All industries   43-9199 Office and Administrative Support Workers, All        2,740     15.05    31,330      7.95    16,570     14.50    30,130     19.95    41,470       212
                                   Other
000000    All industries   45-0000 Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations              740     12.25    25,470      7.70    15,990      9.05    18,850     13.85    28,800           20
000000    All industries   45-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming,              30     29.70    61,740     26.80    55,710     30.80    64,020     34.90    72,560           10
                                   Fishing, and Forestry Workers
000000    All industries   45-2011 Agricultural Inspectors                                  80     25.25    52,520     20.10    41,820     25.25    52,480     30.35    63,130            5
000000    All industries   45-2092 Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and            140     13.20    27,420     10.70    22,260     12.70    26,380     15.80    32,820            7
                                   Greenhouse
000000    All industries   47-0000 Construction and Extraction Occupations              34,180     25.90    53,890     17.40    36,140     24.55    51,020     33.35    69,340       757
000000    All industries   47-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction       2,910     36.10    75,100     28.25    58,800     34.60    72,000     43.35    90,160       330
                                   Trades and Extraction Workers

000000    All industries   47-2011   Boilermakers                                                  23.55    49,030     17.45    36,250     21.70    45,190     29.55    61,450         7
000000    All industries   47-2021   Brickmasons and Blockmasons                         1,020     26.65    55,420     16.20    33,700     25.95    54,010     36.80    76,560        36
000000    All industries   47-2022   Stonemasons                                            90     27.75    57,750     21.90    45,530     25.80    53,670     36.00    74,920         7
000000    All industries   47-2031   Carpenters                                          5,070     25.85    53,770     18.85    39,180     24.05    50,030     34.35    71,480       206
000000    All industries   47-2041   Carpet Installers                                     220     33.60    69,850     32.80    68,270     35.50    73,880     38.20    79,430         9
000000    All industries   47-2044   Tile and Marble Setters                               300     24.50    50,970     14.35    29,820     21.70    45,160     35.00    72,820        10
000000    All industries   47-2051   Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                  810     23.15    48,110     18.65    38,760     23.00    47,890     28.30    58,860        38
000000    All industries   47-2061   Construction Laborers                               4,700     22.65    47,070     15.30    31,850     22.85    47,550     29.35    61,060       159
000000    All industries   47-2071   Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment              440     22.20    46,220     14.70    30,610     20.75    43,130     29.35    61,030        41
                                     Operators
000000    All industries   47-2072   Pile-Driver Operators                                         23.30    48,500     21.50    44,750     22.95    47,750     24.40    50,750         3
000000    All industries   47-2073   Operating Engineers and Other Construction          1,610     27.85    57,940     21.50    44,690     27.70    57,600     34.60    71,990       123
                                     Equipment Operators
000000    All industries   47-2081   Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers                   510     23.10    48,030     15.55    32,370     18.95    39,470     34.40    71,520        10
000000    All industries   47-2111   Electricians                                        4,460     31.00    64,470     20.40    42,450     27.55    57,280     43.75    90,990       179
000000    All industries   47-2121   Glaziers                                                      23.75    49,380     14.50    30,190     21.95    45,710     34.15    71,000         6
000000    All industries   47-2141   Painters, Construction and Maintenance              1,360     21.15    44,020     15.10    31,400     19.30    40,100     26.10    54,310        91

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                 Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                        Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)    Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   47-2142   Paperhangers                                                   22.60    47,010     16.60    34,500     25.55    53,130     28.50    59,280         6
000000    All industries   47-2151   Pipelayers                                             210     24.30    50,570     20.25    42,160     25.55    53,160     28.65    59,640         8
000000    All industries   47-2152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters              2,600     26.90    55,990     19.85    41,310     25.50    53,090     31.50    65,540       116
000000    All industries   47-2161   Plasterers and Stucco Masons                           250     15.40    31,990     12.95    26,890     14.65    30,420     16.45    34,180        12
000000    All industries   47-2171   Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers                     150     26.55    55,250     14.00    29,080     32.65    67,860     36.05    75,030         5
000000    All industries   47-2181   Roofers                                                460                                                                                        14
000000    All industries   47-2211   Sheet Metal Workers                                  1,080     23.00    47,860     13.10    27,260     20.40    42,390     34.50    71,720        47
000000    All industries   47-2221   Structural Iron and Steel Workers                      170     29.70    61,770     23.25    48,400     33.35    69,420     37.05    77,060        11
000000    All industries   47-3011   Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons,                     520     15.45    32,090     11.80    24,590     13.25    27,560     15.85    32,970        11
                                     Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters
000000    All industries   47-3012   Helpers--Carpenters                                    450     16.60    34,520     13.70    28,450     16.45    34,240     19.30    40,110           22
000000    All industries   47-3013   Helpers--Electricians                                  390     14.25    29,590     11.45    23,800     14.50    30,190     16.85    35,030           21
000000    All industries   47-3014   Helpers--Painters, Paperhangers, Plasterers, and               15.65    32,600     13.20    27,490     14.70    30,530     17.20    35,830            6
                                     Stucco Masons
000000    All industries   47-3015   Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and                13.90    28,870     10.55    21,910     11.70    24,360     17.30    35,980           14
                                     Steamfitters
000000    All industries   47-3016   Helpers--Roofers                                       120                                                                                         5
000000    All industries   47-3019   Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other                 70     11.25    23,360      7.55    15,710     10.60    22,050     13.95    29,000        12
000000    All industries   47-4011   Construction and Building Inspectors                   810     28.05    58,380     22.35    46,540     27.75    57,740     32.55    67,730       119
000000    All industries   47-4021   Elevator Installers and Repairers                      310     34.05    70,860     33.05    68,780     36.20    75,340     39.40    81,970         7
000000    All industries   47-4041   Hazardous Materials Removal Workers                    390     24.75    51,520     17.10    35,570     28.00    58,250     31.05    64,540        23
000000    All industries   47-4051   Highway Maintenance Workers                            670     21.55    44,850     18.15    37,700     21.90    45,590     24.65    51,310        46
000000    All industries   47-4071   Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners                  25.60    53,250     21.05    43,770     25.90    53,840     30.15    62,710        17

000000    All industries   47-4099 Construction and Related Workers, All Other              280     18.95    39,410     13.80    28,670     15.35    31,940     22.00    45,730           15

000000    All industries   49-0000 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations     40,210     22.35    46,500     15.90    33,090     21.75    45,200     28.35    59,020     1,744

000000    All industries   49-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics,          3,690     32.30    67,170     26.25    54,620     32.25    67,030     38.40    79,920       761
                                   Installers, and Repairers
000000    All industries   49-2011 Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine         1,210     20.40    42,380     14.35    29,860     21.05    43,760     26.20    54,450           46
                                   Repairers
000000    All industries   49-2022 Telecommunications Equipment Installers and            1,700     28.55    59,420     25.95    54,010     29.20    60,700     32.35    67,260           53
                                   Repairers, Except Line Installers
000000    All industries   49-2091 Avionics Technicians                                             23.10    48,020     19.95    41,530     23.15    48,190     26.35    54,850            6


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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                      Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                          Est'd        (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code    Occupational Title (click here for definitions)       Empl.        Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   49-2092 Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers              80     23.40    48,640     20.25    42,120     23.50    48,870     27.35    56,900           20

000000    All industries   49-2093 Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers,       340        22.00    45,800     15.75    32,780     21.50    44,740     26.35    54,770            5
                                   Transportation Equipment
000000    All industries   49-2094 Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial           540        24.45    50,860     19.80    41,150     24.65    51,230     29.90    62,150           47
                                   and Industrial Equipment
000000    All industries   49-2095 Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse,              50     32.85    68,300     30.70    63,810     34.30    71,300     37.25    77,500            9
                                   Substation, and Relay
000000    All industries   49-2096 Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers,             140        14.75    30,710     10.10    21,060     14.30    29,750     18.20    37,870           18
                                   Motor Vehicles
000000    All industries   49-2097 Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment                    260        17.45    36,250     13.85    28,800     16.10    33,460     20.70    43,090           18
                                   Installers and Repairers
000000    All industries   49-2098 Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                 350        22.40    46,550     18.20    37,820     22.50    46,760     26.40    54,930        20
000000    All industries   49-3011 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians               1,980        28.40    59,080     22.20    46,190     27.85    57,880     31.40    65,330        22
000000    All industries   49-3021 Automotive Body and Related Repairers                    1,560        16.75    34,860     11.75    24,390     16.50    34,300     19.35    40,240        49
000000    All industries   49-3022 Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers                             15.60    32,460     11.35    23,600     12.45    25,940     21.35    44,400         4
000000    All industries   49-3023 Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics             3,940        19.20    39,890     13.70    28,480     18.35    38,150     23.80    49,480       198

000000    All industries   49-3031 Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine                2,580        24.40    50,790     20.75    43,200     24.25    50,430     29.10    60,530       203
                                   Specialists
000000    All industries   49-3042 Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except                   570        25.95    54,020     21.70    45,100     27.25    56,650     30.60    63,610           52
                                   Engines
000000    All industries   49-3043 Rail Car Repairers                                                    23.95    49,830     20.90    43,430     23.80    49,520     27.35    56,870            5
000000    All industries   49-3053 Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine                        16.00    33,290     12.10    25,120     15.90    33,090     18.65    38,760           13
                                   Mechanics
000000    All industries   49-3092 Recreational Vehicle Service Technicians                              16.05    33,390     13.30    27,670     15.80    32,910     18.45    38,420            4
000000    All industries   49-3093 Tire Repairers and Changers                                420        11.05    23,020      7.80    16,250     10.05    20,870     13.65    28,400           15
000000    All industries   49-9011 Mechanical Door Repairers                                  140        16.80    34,940     13.20    27,480     16.55    34,390     19.50    40,530            9
000000    All industries   49-9012 Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except                    24.15    50,230     16.35    34,060     26.50    55,100     30.80    64,070           16
                                   Mechanical Door
000000    All industries   49-9021 Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration             2,690        24.50    50,920     18.10    37,660     23.40    48,670     31.40    65,300       105
                                   Mechanics and Installers
000000    All industries   49-9031 Home Appliance Repairers                                   460        17.30    35,970      9.55    19,920     17.85    37,130     23.55    49,030        14
000000    All industries   49-9041 Industrial Machinery Mechanics                           1,740        23.30    48,500     19.45    40,460     23.25    48,350     27.65    57,530       200
000000    All industries   49-9042 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                  8,890        18.45    38,330     13.85    28,760     17.90    37,250     22.95    47,710       878
000000    All industries   49-9043 Maintenance Workers, Machinery                             450        20.15    41,870     16.65    34,660     19.60    40,730     23.70    49,330        51

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                    Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                        Est'd        (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)    Empl.        Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   49-9044 Millwrights                                               50                                                                                              11
000000    All industries   49-9051 Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers           180        31.55    65,580     23.55    49,000     34.15    71,010     38.25    79,550           12

000000    All industries   49-9052 Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers       1,840        25.90    53,820     20.60    42,830     27.15    56,450     31.60    65,720           35

000000    All industries   49-9062 Medical Equipment Repairers                              260        23.15    48,100     15.15    31,530     23.00    47,840     29.05    60,380           21
000000    All industries   49-9063 Musical Instrument Repairers and Tuners                             19.45    40,430     16.00    33,300     18.60    38,700     22.45    46,650            6
000000    All industries   49-9069 Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers, All        100        25.75    53,590     20.25    42,100     25.75    53,570     31.40    65,280           19
                                   Other
000000    All industries   49-9091 Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers           240        15.10    31,370     12.30    25,540     14.55    30,250     17.80    36,980           17
                                   and Repairers
000000    All industries   49-9094 Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                                       23.85    49,610     20.15    41,960     23.65    49,150     27.95    58,160        18
000000    All industries   49-9096 Riggers                                                   30        21.60    44,920     17.95    37,380     21.20    44,110     25.30    52,600         3
000000    All industries   49-9098 Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair           890        14.40    29,920     12.20    25,340     14.65    30,500     17.20    35,740       125
                                   Workers
000000    All industries   49-9099 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All     1,340        19.20    39,910     12.30    25,590     18.95    39,470     24.30    50,570       104
                                   Other
000000    All industries   51-0000 Production Occupations                                52,330        16.60    34,540     10.25    21,320     14.75    30,650     21.40    44,500     1,343
000000    All industries   51-1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and      4,390        29.60    61,570     23.05    47,960     28.60    59,540     35.55    73,940       813
                                   Operating Workers
000000    All industries   51-2021 Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers                      150        12.65    26,360      9.25    19,260     12.95    26,950     15.15    31,520           11
000000    All industries   51-2022 Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers         1,440        14.40    29,920     11.85    24,650     13.90    28,910     16.30    33,950           77

000000    All industries   51-2023   Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers                 540        16.00    33,250     12.40    25,800     15.80    32,850     19.05    39,650           31
000000    All industries   51-2031   Engine and Other Machine Assemblers                     80        16.60    34,500     13.70    28,470     16.40    34,160     19.40    40,360            6
000000    All industries   51-2041   Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters               230        17.50    36,400     13.75    28,580     17.65    36,700     21.40    44,470           22
000000    All industries   51-2092   Team Assemblers                                      2,580        11.00    22,930      7.65    15,960      9.60    19,980     13.05    27,120           82
000000    All industries   51-2093   Timing Device Assemblers, Adjusters, and                20        14.60    30,340     10.20    21,250     13.35    27,780     19.60    40,750            5
                                     Calibrators
000000    All industries   51-2099   Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other                1,490        14.35    29,830      9.05    18,820     12.25    25,430     18.45    38,340           98
000000    All industries   51-3011   Bakers                                                 840        12.60    26,260      8.45    17,570     11.30    23,480     16.15    33,590           75
000000    All industries   51-3021   Butchers and Meat Cutters                              740        18.45    38,390     13.10    27,220     20.40    42,430     23.35    48,560           97
000000    All industries   51-3022   Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers           250        14.30    29,780     10.35    21,550     12.75    26,530     18.55    38,620           41

000000    All industries   51-3023 Slaughterers and Meat Packers                                40     10.70    22,280     10.05    20,880     10.85    22,520     11.60    24,160            4


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                                               NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                       ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                              FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                    Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                        Est'd        (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code    Occupational Title (click here for definitions)     Empl.        Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   51-3091 Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking, and Drying                50     10.55    21,960      9.00    18,740     10.15    21,150     11.35    23,560            3
                                   Machine Operators and Tenders
000000    All industries   51-3092 Food Batchmakers                                         300        13.40    27,840      9.85    20,460     13.15    27,360     15.40    32,040           19
000000    All industries   51-3093 Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders                80        13.70    28,500     12.40    25,780     13.80    28,730     15.25    31,700            4

000000    All industries   51-4011 Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators,              510        18.70    38,950     13.55    28,170     18.50    38,450     23.30    48,460           35
                                   Metal and Plastic
000000    All industries   51-4012 Numerical Tool and Process Control Programmers               40     27.30    56,810     21.95    45,660     27.75    57,670     32.95    68,530            7

000000    All industries   51-4021 Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters,                   720        14.95    31,090     12.30    25,560     15.50    32,200     17.90    37,250           29
                                   Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
000000    All industries   51-4031 Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters,          1,520        13.85    28,760     10.50    21,880     12.90    26,870     17.20    35,770           93
                                   Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic

000000    All industries   51-4032 Drilling and Boring Machine Tool Setters,                210        12.00    25,000      8.75    18,180     11.50    23,960     14.35    29,820           24
                                   Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
000000    All industries   51-4033 Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine        460        15.85    32,970     10.75    22,400     14.85    30,910     19.50    40,570           35
                                   Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
                                   Plastic
000000    All industries   51-4034 Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters,                  240        18.55    38,590     12.55    26,120     17.75    36,940     24.20    50,340           32
                                   Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
000000    All industries   51-4041 Machinists                                             2,160        20.40    42,470     14.45    30,100     19.10    39,700     25.10    52,180       183
000000    All industries   51-4051 Metal-Refining Furnace Operators and Tenders              50        17.60    36,580     13.55    28,190     15.90    33,110     22.15    46,100         6

000000    All industries   51-4061 Model Makers, Metal and Plastic                                     16.70    34,710     14.00    29,080     15.65    32,570     18.15    37,790            7
000000    All industries   51-4072 Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine                 420        13.90    28,930     10.55    21,900     12.10    25,160     16.40    34,100           29
                                   Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic

000000    All industries   51-4081 Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and            630        12.80    26,580      9.40    19,590     12.30    25,590     15.20    31,570           29
                                   Tenders, Metal and Plastic
000000    All industries   51-4111 Tool and Die Makers                                      390        21.70    45,170     16.75    34,880     20.75    43,120     25.25    52,490        57
000000    All industries   51-4121 Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers               1,020        18.45    38,380     14.50    30,130     17.85    37,120     21.90    45,530       121
000000    All industries   51-4122 Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters,         120        15.10    31,400     11.60    24,110     14.20    29,540     17.40    36,170        15
                                   Operators, and Tenders
000000    All industries   51-4191 Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators, and              90     16.50    34,280     13.85    28,790     15.80    32,910     20.15    41,960           10
                                   Tenders, Metal and Plastic

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                     Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                         Est'd        (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)     Empl.        Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   51-4193 Plating and Coating Machine Setters, Operators,           190        14.30    29,800     11.05    22,980     14.25    29,640     17.45    36,310           21
                                   and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
000000    All industries   51-4194 Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners                                13.75    28,560     11.45    23,830     13.15    27,360     15.15    31,510            4
000000    All industries   51-4199 Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All Other                         12.20    25,400      9.05    18,880     12.65    26,270     14.50    30,180           15

000000    All industries   51-5011   Bindery Workers                                         370        15.10    31,400     10.25    21,290     13.55    28,160     19.00    39,570        22
000000    All industries   51-5021   Job Printers                                            250        19.55    40,680     10.80    22,440     21.20    44,060     27.70    57,600        16
000000    All industries   51-5022   Prepress Technicians and Workers                        470        20.35    42,280     14.10    29,380     20.90    43,460     26.65    55,460        44
000000    All industries   51-5023   Printing Machine Operators                            1,870        18.20    37,880     11.95    24,870     18.20    37,810     23.20    48,260        78
000000    All industries   51-6011   Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                      1,540        10.15    21,080      8.45    17,620      9.50    19,730     11.25    23,430       109
000000    All industries   51-6021   Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials       360        11.65    24,260      8.80    18,340     11.25    23,380     14.20    29,560        23

000000    All industries   51-6031 Sewing Machine Operators                                1,110        11.85    24,700      8.70    18,120     10.40    21,660     13.75    28,560           43
000000    All industries   51-6051 Sewers, Hand                                                         10.05    20,950      7.80    16,230      8.90    18,530     11.40    23,720            8
000000    All industries   51-6061 Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operators            100        10.65    22,110      8.60    17,890      9.60    19,980     11.75    24,460            6
                                   and Tenders
000000    All industries   51-6062 Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and           120        11.10    23,090      8.70    18,050     10.85    22,550     13.35    27,750            9
                                   Tenders
000000    All industries   51-6093 Upholsterers                                                  50     16.95    35,250     13.45    27,940     16.90    35,200     20.55    42,710            9
000000    All industries   51-6099 Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All                       15.40    32,080     13.10    27,240     14.45    30,030     15.80    32,830            6
                                   Other
000000    All industries   51-7011 Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                        890        18.90    39,310     13.90    28,910     18.15    37,800     23.95    49,820           28
000000    All industries   51-7021 Furniture Finishers                                       110        15.00    31,170     10.70    22,240     15.70    32,610     18.50    38,440            8
000000    All industries   51-7041 Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,            50        11.50    23,910      8.70    18,060      9.65    20,110     13.65    28,350            5
                                   Wood
000000    All industries   51-7042 Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and                   60     16.75    34,790     11.90    24,730     17.75    36,880     21.70    45,110            7
                                   Tenders, Except Sawing
000000    All industries   51-7099 Woodworkers, All Other                                     20        11.05    22,960     10.55    21,900     11.20    23,250     11.85    24,600            3
000000    All industries   51-8021 Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators                 570        24.30    50,530     20.75    43,190     23.80    49,490     27.95    58,110           81
000000    All industries   51-8031 Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and                740        25.20    52,370     21.15    44,030     24.80    51,630     29.65    61,710           54
                                   System Operators
000000    All industries   51-8091 Chemical Plant and System Operators                       970        23.20    48,230     19.80    41,220     22.35    46,510     25.00    51,990           19
000000    All industries   51-8092 Gas Plant Operators                                                  28.65    59,600     27.00    56,180     29.10    60,550     31.20    64,880            3
000000    All industries   51-8099 Plant and System Operators, All Other                      40        22.95    47,750     18.75    38,970     23.50    48,890     27.55    57,280            9
000000    All industries   51-9011 Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders                  920        20.65    42,940     16.95    35,230     20.90    43,420     24.55    51,070           27


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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                       Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                           Est'd        (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)       Empl.        Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   51-9012 Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and       100        16.85    35,050     13.10    27,250     15.25    31,770     20.25    42,150            8
                                   Still Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders

000000    All industries   51-9021 Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters,              90                                                                                           14
                                   Operators, and Tenders
000000    All industries   51-9022 Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand                        100        13.50    28,130      9.70    20,220     12.95    26,920     16.90    35,120           14
000000    All industries   51-9023 Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators,           1,950        15.05    31,310     11.00    22,860     13.70    28,500     19.40    40,360           92
                                   and Tenders
000000    All industries   51-9031 Cutters and Trimmers, Hand                                  300        10.85    22,600      7.80    16,180      9.55    19,860     13.00    27,060           18
000000    All industries   51-9032 Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters, Operators,             260        14.60    30,360     10.95    22,750     14.00    29,160     18.10    37,650           31
                                   and Tenders
000000    All industries   51-9041 Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting                430        13.70    28,550     10.75    22,380     12.90    26,880     15.70    32,630           26
                                   Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders

000000    All industries   51-9051 Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators                       12.30    25,540      9.00    18,670     10.80    22,430     14.65    30,490            7
                                   and Tenders
000000    All industries   51-9061 Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and               2,520        17.60    36,630     12.10    25,190     16.40    34,090     21.70    45,110       342
                                   Weighers
000000    All industries   51-9071 Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers                          18.55    38,540     15.95    33,150     17.95    37,320     20.45    42,560           11

000000    All industries   51-9081   Dental Laboratory Technicians                             310        18.00    37,450     12.70    26,470     16.50    34,330     22.05    45,830           13
000000    All industries   51-9082   Medical Appliance Technicians                             190        22.75    47,340     16.45    34,220     22.80    47,420     28.90    60,080            5
000000    All industries   51-9083   Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians                          10                                                                                               4
000000    All industries   51-9111   Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and             3,850        11.50    23,910      8.55    17,740     10.35    21,510     12.85    26,760           97
                                     Tenders
000000    All industries   51-9121   Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters,          370        15.55    32,310     11.20    23,270     14.50    30,210     19.00    39,470           40
                                     Operators, and Tenders
000000    All industries   51-9122   Painters, Transportation Equipment                        180        18.05    37,570     13.35    27,760     17.65    36,710     22.60    46,980           17
000000    All industries   51-9123   Painting, Coating, and Decorating Workers                 110        14.00    29,170     11.10    23,080     13.50    28,130     16.95    35,300           33
000000    All industries   51-9131   Photographic Process Workers                                         15.05    31,340     12.90    26,870     14.00    29,120     15.10    31,370           10
000000    All industries   51-9132   Photographic Processing Machine Operators                 250        10.85    22,540      8.55    17,820      9.65    20,030     11.40    23,720           26

000000    All industries   51-9191 Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and                  120        15.60    32,430     11.00    22,900     14.65    30,470     20.70    43,040           13
                                   Tenders
000000    All industries   51-9192 Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment                 40     12.80    26,670      8.85    18,430     12.10    25,220     16.90    35,120            9
                                   Operators and Tenders

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                Mean      Mean       25th      25th      50th      50th      75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                       Est'd     (Avg.)    (Avg.)    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)   Empl.     Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary    Hourly    Salary     Units
000000    All industries   51-9194 Etchers and Engravers                                           14.90    30,970     12.65    26,360     14.05    29,260     15.45    32,160           10
000000    All industries   51-9195 Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and         130     14.55    30,250     10.85    22,620     14.15    29,430     17.55    36,460           13
                                   Plastic
000000    All industries   51-9196 Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and             490     12.55    26,090      9.90    20,600     11.40    23,750     14.85    30,920           24
                                   Tenders
000000    All industries   51-9198 Helpers--Production Workers                           3,300     10.30    21,460      7.85    16,290      9.30    19,370     11.60    24,120       126
000000    All industries   51-9199 Production Workers, All Other                         1,600     17.45    36,320     13.10    27,210     17.40    36,170     21.75    45,280        98
000000    All industries   53-0000 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations       76,010     17.95    37,320     10.40    21,620     15.15    31,520     21.20    44,120     1,932

000000    All industries   53-1011 Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors                      50     24.55    51,080     19.85    41,280     23.00    47,880     28.45    59,210        12
000000    All industries   53-1021 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Helpers,           2,020     22.45    46,700     16.40    34,100     20.90    43,450     28.05    58,340       387
                                   Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand

000000    All industries   53-1031 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Transportation     2,360     27.80    57,880     19.80    41,210     27.60    57,390     33.50    69,670       438
                                   and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle
                                   Operators
000000    All industries   53-3011 Ambulance Drivers and Attendants, Except                        11.50    23,950     10.20    21,170     11.10    23,070     12.00    24,980            8
                                   Emergency Medical Technicians
000000    All industries   53-3021 Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                    1,040     17.75    36,910     13.95    29,040     16.65    34,600     19.65    40,830        35
000000    All industries   53-3022 Bus Drivers, School                                   3,580     16.10    33,540     13.15    27,310     15.75    32,790     18.80    39,120        97
000000    All industries   53-3031 Driver/Sales Workers                                  1,850     14.00    29,080      9.85    20,490     13.20    27,500     17.65    36,740        69
000000    All industries   53-3032 Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer             11,560     20.65    42,960     17.05    35,490     20.55    42,780     24.05    50,070       403
000000    All industries   53-3033 Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services             6,480     15.95    33,230     11.70    24,340     15.55    32,310     19.55    40,700       505
000000    All industries   53-3041 Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                           2,460     12.50    26,010      9.25    19,260     11.40    23,740     15.60    32,450       162
000000    All industries   53-3099 Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                      960     15.10    31,420      9.25    19,220     12.40    25,820     21.75    45,240        28
000000    All industries   53-5021 Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels            100     28.70    59,670     18.20    37,810     26.05    54,170     39.60    82,350         7

000000    All industries   53-6011   Bridge and Lock Tenders                                       21.35    44,400     19.05    39,590     21.55    44,810     23.80    49,460            3
000000    All industries   53-6021   Parking Lot Attendants                              2,170     10.45    21,760      8.55    17,760      9.70    20,220     11.95    24,880           62
000000    All industries   53-6031   Service Station Attendants                          1,820      8.60    17,890      7.75    16,140      8.40    17,440      9.30    19,330           34
000000    All industries   53-6041   Traffic Technicians                                           17.25    35,850     11.65    24,240     14.20    29,530     24.15    50,260            3
000000    All industries   53-6051   Transportation Inspectors                             250     32.75    68,090     21.30    44,340     29.40    61,200     44.80    93,170           19
000000    All industries   53-6099   Transportation Workers, All Other                     680     17.45    36,290     11.65    24,240     17.60    36,560     22.60    47,030           24
000000    All industries   53-7021   Crane and Tower Operators                             200     24.55    51,030     19.25    39,990     23.15    48,130     28.65    59,630           15
000000    All industries   53-7032   Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline           350     24.25    50,460     20.20    42,050     23.05    47,930     26.65    55,480           17
                                     Operators

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                                                NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                        ESSEX-HUNTERDON-MORRIS-SUSSEX-UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
                                               FROM THE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (OES) WAGE SURVEY
                                                                 ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED
See Footnotes at end of table.
                            Occ'l                                                                     Mean       Mean       25th       25th      50th      50th       75th      75th
 Ind        Industry       (SOC)                                                           Est'd      (Avg.)     (Avg.)    Pctile.    Pctile.   Pctile.   Pctile.    Pctile.   Pctile.
 Code      Description      Code     Occupational Title (click here for definitions)       Empl.      Hourly     Salary    Hourly     Salary    Hourly    Salary     Hourly    Salary      Units
000000    All industries   53-7051 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                     4,160      16.85    35,030      12.70    26,450     16.65     34,670     20.55     42,760       234
000000    All industries   53-7061 Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment                         2,850       9.60    19,970       7.70    16,020      8.45     17,610     10.00     20,840        97
000000    All industries   53-7062 Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers,         15,910      13.50    28,130       9.85    20,500     12.60     26,200     16.00     33,240       703
                                   Hand
000000    All industries   53-7063 Machine Feeders and Offbearers                                        10.85    22,600       7.95    16,480     10.00     20,830     12.50     26,050        35
000000    All industries   53-7064 Packers and Packagers, Hand                                5,800      10.00    20,800       7.75    16,120      8.95     18,570     11.35     23,610       303
000000    All industries   53-7072 Pump Operators, Except Wellhead Pumpers                               20.25    42,100      14.60    30,400     20.85     43,370     25.30     52,580         8
000000    All industries   53-7081 Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors                    980      15.30    31,780      13.25    27,540     14.60     30,360     16.25     33,840        39
000000    All industries   53-7121 Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loaders                                     20.55    42,760      18.50    38,470     21.40     44,480     23.60     49,130         7
000000    All industries   53-7199 Material Moving Workers, All Other                           400      18.05    37,560      13.50    28,080     19.20     39,950     22.80     47,460        28
Occupational codes ending with -0000 designate a Major occupational group.
* Wages are presented in terms of both hourly wages (rounded to nearest .05) and yearly salary (rounded to nearest 10.00). Converting yearly to hourly (or vice-versa) is based on 2,080 hours
per year (40 hrs./wk. times 52 wks./yr.).

** Occupation denoted by a double asterisk do not normally work 2,080 hours per year and therefore there is no equivalent hourly wage. Examples include many teaching occupations,
musicians, producers/directors, pilots and airline attendants, to name a few.

The mean wage equals the weighted average wage. There will be no wage data in instances where the mean's relative standard error is greater than 30%.
The 25th percentile equals the wage that 25% of the employees reported in the occupation made less than and 75% made more.
The 50th percentile equals the wage that 50% of the employees reported in the occupation made less than and 50% made more.
The 75th percentile equals the wage that 75% of the employees reported in the occupation made less than and 25% made more.
When a 25th, 50th and/or 75th percentile column is blank (but there is a Mean Wage) the percentile is greater than $80.00/hour or $166,400/year and is therefore "Not Calculable" given the
survey methodology.

Est'd Empl. (Estimated Employment) is not the reported employment for the corresponding occupation, but rather represents an estimate of the number of employees in that occupation in the
defined geographic area and industries. This column will be blank in instances where the employment's relative standard error is greater than 50%.

The Units column represents the number of sampled companies that reported the occupation in the defined area and industry. Estimates of occupational wages and employment based on a
relative few units are statistically less reliable than those based on a greater number of units.

Source: New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development
        Division of Labor Market and Demographic Research
        Occupational Employment Statistics Wage Survey, April 2009.




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