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1 Median 75th 90th Management Occupations Hourly wage $39.19 $17.45 $24.70 $33.65 $45.82 $ Management Occupations Annual wage or salary $81,510 $36,290 $51,390 $69,990 $95,290 $137, Chief Executives Hourly wage $70.19 $28.46 $40.52 $62.01 $9, $9, Chief Executives Annual wage or salary $145,990 $59,200 $84,280 $128,970 $999,999 $999, General and Operations Managers Hourly wage $43.30 $19.19 $24.07 $33.76 $49.97 $ General and Operations Managers Annual wage or salary $90,060 $39,910 $50,070 $70,220 $103,930 $180, Legislators Annual wage or salary $33,370 $16,270 $17,000 $18,230 $19,450 $71, Marketing Managers Hourly wage $43.73 $14.38 $26.26 $36.31 $60.25 $ Marketing Managers Annual wage or salary $90,960 $29,900 $54,610 $75,530 $125,320 $153, Sales Managers Hourly wage $47.92 $23.76 $29.37 $40.01 $54.99 $ Sales Managers Annual wage or salary $99,680 $49,430 $61,080 $83,220 $114,370 $153, Administrative Services Managers Hourly wage $31.77 $13.22 $20.06 $28.30 $41.25 $ Administrative Services Managers Annual wage orsalary $66,080 $27,500 $41,720 $58, $85, $112, Computer and Information Systems Managers Hourly wage $44.05 $25.63 $32.46 $41.07 $50.48 $ Computer and Information Systems Managers Annual wage or salary $91,630 $53,310 $67,520 $85,420 $104,990 $133, Financial Managers Hourly wage $37.85 $21.07 $26.86 $35.90 $46.27 $ Financial Managers Annual wage or salary $78,730 $43,830 $55,870 $74,670 $96,250 $117, Industrial Production Managers Hourly wage $44.62 $26.94 $35.76 $42.35 $52.78 $ Industrial Production Managers Annual wage or salary $92,800 $56,030 $74,380 $88,080 $109,780 $137, Purchasing Managers Hourly wage $31.37 $12.65 $20.17 $30.31 $42.29 $ Purchasing Managers Annual wage or salary $65,240 $26,310 $41,960 $63,040 $87,960 $112, Transportation, Storage & Distribution Managers Hourly wage $32.83 $19.68 $24.96 $28.53 $42.82 $ Transportation, Storage & Distribution Managers Annual wage or salary $68,290 $40,940 $51,920 $59,340 $89,060 $97, Human Resources Managers Hourly wage $39.81 $23.00 $28.21 $38.15 $46.77 $ Human Resources Managers Annual wage or salary $82,810 $47,850 $58,680 $79,360 $97,290 $136, Construction Managers Hourly wage $50.10 $23.39 $28.45 $43.78 $75.98 $ Construction Managers Annual wage or salary $104,210 $48,650 $59,170 $91,060 $158,040 $181, Education Administrators, Preschool & Child Care Hourly wage $17.21 $11.85 $12.64 $13.97 $18.65 $28.76 Page 1 of 28

2 Median 75th 90th Education Administrators, Preschool & Child Care Annual wage or salary $35,800 $24,640 $26,300 $29,050 $38,780 $59, Education Administrators, Elementary & Secondary Annual wage or salary $89,060 $62,430 $78,710 $88,200 $99,920 $114, Engineering Managers Hourly wage $44.28 $31.50 $36.94 $42.15 $51.04 $ Engineering Managers Annual wage or salary $92,100 $65,530 $76,840 $87,680 $106,170 $126, Food Service Managers Hourly wage $22.00 $12.78 $14.97 $18.51 $26.23 $ Food Service Managers Annual wage or salary $45,750 $26,590 $31,140 $38,500 $54,560 $76, Lodging Managers Hourly wage $26.92 $13.69 $18.55 $28.71 $33.54 $ Lodging Managers Annual wage or salary $55,990 $28,470 $38,580 $59,720 $69,760 $75, Medical and Health Services Managers Hourly wage $34.52 $24.31 $28.49 $33.37 $39.73 $ Medical and Health Services Managers Annual wage or salary $71,790 $50,560 $59,260 $69,420 $82,630 $97, Postmasters and Mail Superintendents Hourly wage $30.24 $22.01 $27.32 $30.32 $34.05 $ Postmasters and Mail Superintendents Annual wage or salary $62,890 $45,780 $56,820 $63,060 $70,820 $76, Property, Real Estate & Community Association Mgr Hourly wage $25.25 $14.58 $ $22.58 $31.27 $ Property, Real Estate & Community Association Mgr Annual wage or salary $52,520 $30,320 $35,570 $46,970 $65,040 $89, Social and Community Service Managers Hourly wage $27.60 $16.32 $19.35 $28.94 $33.75 $ Social and Community Service Managers Annual wage or salary $57,410 $33,950 $40,240 $60,200 $70,210 $76, Managers, All Other Hourly wage $30.18 $23.46 $25.46 $28.58 $34.27 $ Managers, All Other Annual wage or salary $62,780 $48,800 $52,960 $59,440 $71,280 $85, Business and Financial Operations Occupations Hourly wage $26.24 $14.12 $18.32 $24.04 $31.48 $ Business and Financial Operations Occupations Annual wage or salary $54,580 $29,380 $38,110 $50,010 $65,490 $82, Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products Hourly wage $23.53 $19.09 $20.23 $22.12 $25.22 $ Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products Annual wage or salary $48,940 $39,700 $42,080 $46,020 $52,450 $58, Purchasing Agents, Exc Wholesale, Retail & Farm Hourly wage $22.96 $14.24 $17.41 $21.53 $27.55 $ Purchasing Agents, Exc Wholesale, Retail & Farm Annual wage or salary $47,760 $29,610 $36,200 $44,790 $57,300 $71, Cost Estimators Hourly wage $24.66 $15.85 $18.27 $23.20 $29.38 $ Cost Estimators Annual wage or salary $51,280 $32,980 $38,010 $48,260 $61,100 $78, Employment, Recruitment & Placement Specialists Hourly wage $21.96 $11.78 $17.08 $21.90 $27.05 $32.11 Page 2 of 28

3 Median 75th 90th Employment, Recruitment & Placement Specialists Annual wage or salary $45,680 $24,510 $35,530 $45,540 $56,260 $66, Management Analysts Hourly wage $32.90 $18.85 $24.78 $29.72 $37.16 $ Management Analysts Annual wage or salary $68,420 $39,210 $51,530 $61,820 $77,290 $96, Meeting and Convention Planners Hourly wage $19.06 $12.66 $14.44 $18.75 $22.18 $ Meeting and Convention Planners Annual wage or salary $39,640 $26,340 $30,040 $39,010 $46,130 $55, Training and Development Specialists Hourly wage $25.69 $18.93 $20.70 $24.37 $30.96 $ Training and Development Specialists Annual wage or salary $53,430 $39,360 $43,070 $50,690 $64,400 $72, Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists Hourly wage $23.32 $14.10 $18.47 $21.48 $27.01 $ Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists Annual wage or salary $48,500 $29,320 $38,410 $44,670 $56,170 $72, Business Operations Specialists, All Other Hourly wage $30.64 $14.82 $18.22 $24.24 $35.07 $ Business Operations Specialists, All Other Annual wage or salary $63,730 $30,820 $37,890 $50,430 $72,940 $109, Accountants and Auditors Hourly wage $28.93 $17.97 $22.81 $27.61 $33.20 $ Accountants and Auditors Annual wage or salary $60,170 $37, $47, $57,430 $69,060 $78, Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate Hourly wage $12.09 $7.80 $8.20 $8.85 $14.64 $ Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate Annual wage or salary $25,150 $16,230 $17,050 $18,410 $30,460 $50, Personal Financial Advisors Hourly wage $27.61 $16.53 $21.03 $25.84 $29.44 $ Personal Financial Advisors Annual wage or salary $57,420 $34,390 $43,750 $53,750 $61,240 $100, Loan Counselors Hourly wage $20.23 $12.20 $14.52 $17.46 $26.69 $ Loan Counselors Annual wage or salary $42,070 $25,370 $30,200 $36,310 $55,520 $61, Loan Officers Hourly wage $30.02 $14.31 $20.10 $28.83 $40.14 $ Loan Officers Annual wage or salary $62,430 $29,760 $41,800 $59,970 $83,490 $94, Tax Preparers Hourly wage $15.18 $10.33 $12.20 $14.88 $17.32 $ Tax Preparers Annual wage or salary $31,580 $21,490 $25,380 $30,940 $36,030 $43, Financial Specialists, All Other Hourly wage $26.87 $19.18 $22.64 $26.76 $31.25 $ Financial Specialists, All Other Annual wage or salary $55,890 $39,900 $47,090 $55,650 $64,990 $74, Computer and Mathematical Occupations Hourly wage $24.56 $16.12 $19.25 $23.18 $28.62 $ Computer and Mathematical Occupations Annual wage or salary $51,080 $33,530 $40,040 $48,220 $59,530 $74,160 Page 3 of 28

4 Median 75th 90th Computer Systems Analysts Hourly wage $31.95 $24.18 $27.39 $31.96 $36.28 $ Computer Systems Analysts Annual wage or salary $66,450 $50,300 $56,970 $66,480 $75,450 $88, Computer Programmers Hourly wage $27.81 $15.66 $18.39 $27.48 $34.62 $ Computer Programmers Annual wage or salary $57,840 $32,580 $38,250 $57,150 $72,010 $87, Software Developers, Applications Hourly wage $30.33 $17.09 $22.68 $29.26 $36.33 $ Software Developers, Applications Annual wage or salary $63,080 $35,550 $47,170 $60,870 $75,580 $93, Network and Computer Systems Administrators Hourly wage $27.25 $18.32 $21.11 $25.78 $32.82 $ Network and Computer Systems Administrators Annual wage or salary $56,680 $38,110 $43,910 $53,620 $68,260 $82, Architecture and Engineering Occupations Hourly wage $29.47 $16.32 $21.69 $28.27 $35.16 $ Architecture and Engineering Occupations Annual wage or salary $61,290 $33,950 $45,110 $58,810 $73,120 $90, Architects, Except Landscape and Naval Hourly wage $31.66 $14.43 $26.45 $32.11 $37.70 $ Architects, Except Landscape and Naval Annual wage or salary $65,850 $30, $55,010 $66,780 $78,420 $93, Surveyors Hourly wage $22.36 $14.24 $16.94 $21.67 $26.52 $ Surveyors Annual wage or salary $46,520 $29,610 $35,240 $45,080 $55,160 $69, Civil Engineers Hourly wage $37.88 $24.29 $28.19 $33.12 $38.59 $ Civil Engineers Annual wage or salary $78,780 $50,530 $58,640 $68,890 $80,280 $94, Electronics Engineers, Except Computer Hourly wage $32.75 $22.17 $25.91 $32.32 $40.21 $ Electronics Engineers, Except Computer Annual wage or salary $68,120 $46,100 $53,890 $67,210 $83,640 $92, Environmental Engineers Hourly wage $27.86 $16.52 $21.88 $29.99 $34.84 $ Environmental Engineers Annual wage or salary $57,950 $34,360 $45,510 $62,370 $72,480 $74, Industrial Engineers Hourly wage $31.35 $18.59 $25.54 $32.06 $35.85 $ Industrial Engineers Annual wage or salary $65,200 $38,660 $53,130 $66,690 $74,570 $88, Mechanical Engineers Hourly wage $31.48 $21.99 $25.41 $29.87 $35.67 $ Mechanical Engineers Annual wage or salary $65,480 $45,730 $52,850 $62,140 $74,200 $90, Engineers, All Other Hourly wage $36.65 $27.79 $31.68 $36.22 $42.97 $ Engineers, All Other Annual wage or salary $76,230 $57,810 $65,880 $75,340 $89,370 $96, Architectural and Civil Drafters Hourly wage $20.45 $13.94 $16.83 $20.04 $23.36 $28.58 Page 4 of 28

5 Median 75th 90th Architectural and Civil Drafters Annual wage or salary $42,540 $28,990 $35,000 $41,680 $48,590 $59, Mechanical Drafters Hourly wage $20.34 $13.50 $15.74 $18.40 $24.85 $ Mechanical Drafters Annual wage or salary $42,310 $28,080 $32,740 $38,280 $51,690 $60, Civil Engineering Technicians Hourly wage $24.69 $19.40 $24.24 $24.96 $26.90 $ Civil Engineering Technicians Annual wage or salary $51,350 $40,360 $50,420 $51,910 $55,950 $59, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians Hourly wage $23.72 $13.50 $18.10 $25.45 $29.57 $ Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians Annual wage or salary $49,340 $28,080 $37,650 $52,940 $61,510 $63, Industrial Engineering Technicians Hourly wage $18.96 $13.39 $16.30 $19.60 $21.56 $ Industrial Engineering Technicians Annual wage or salary $39,430 $27,850 $33,900 $40,770 $44,850 $47, Surveying and Mapping Technicians Hourly wage $24.85 $10.63 $17.18 $25.74 $31.62 $ Surveying and Mapping Technicians Annual wage or salary $51,700 $22,110 $35,720 $53,540 $65,780 $79, Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations Hourly wage $26.51 $13.45 $16.57 $24.33 $33.17 $ Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations Annual wage or salary $55,140 $27,980 $34,460 $50,620 $69,000 $83, Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Includin Hourly wage $28.94 $19.19 $22.17 $29.66 $33.18 $ Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Includin Annual wage or salary $60,200 $39,920 $46,120 $61,680 $69,010 $80, Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists Hourly wage $29.29 $8.61 $24.81 $32.06 $37.99 $ Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists Annual wage or salary $60,920 $17,920 $51,610 $66,680 $79,030 $88, Biological Technicians Hourly wage $14.90 $11.99 $13.45 $15.05 $15.92 $ Biological Technicians Annual wage or salary $30,990 $24,930 $27,980 $31,310 $33,100 $38, Social Science Research Assistants Hourly wage $13.54 $11.83 $12.33 $13.16 $13.99 $ Social Science Research Assistants Annual wage or salary $28,170 $24,610 $25,650 $27,370 $29,090 $30, Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Hourly wage $20.13 $15.02 $16.13 $17.98 $22.69 $ Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Annual wage or salary $41,880 $31,250 $33,550 $37,390 $47,200 $61, Forest and Conservation Technicians Hourly wage $19.09 $11.99 $13.46 $18.60 $24.34 $ Forest and Conservation Technicians Annual wage or salary $39,700 $24,930 $27,990 $38,690 $50,620 $55, Life, Physical & Social Science Technicians, Other Hourly wage $28.53 $19.28 $24.35 $24.36 $38.57 $ Life, Physical & Social Science Technicians, Other Annual wage or salary $59,340 $40,110 $50,650 $50,660 $80,220 $89,200 Page 5 of 28

6 Median 75th 90th Community and Social Services Occupations Hourly wage $21.71 $11.36 $15.00 $20.95 $27.22 $ Community and Social Services Occupations Annual wage or salary $45,150 $23,620 $31,200 $43,570 $56,610 $67, Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors Hourly wage $19.67 $10.81 $18.69 $20.44 $22.19 $ Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors Annual wage or salary $40,900 $22,490 $38,880 $42,510 $46,150 $51, Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors Hourly wage $25.59 $12.11 $14.23 $24.94 $34.77 $ Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors Annual wage or salary $53,230 $25,190 $29,600 $51,880 $72,310 $89, Mental Health Counselors Hourly wage $24.40 $19.21 $22.20 $25.21 $27.49 $ Mental Health Counselors Annual wage or salary $50,750 $39,950 $46,170 $52,440 $57,180 $60, Counselors, All Other Hourly wage $13.89 $8.27 $9.07 $15.59 $17.31 $ Counselors, All Other Annual wage or salary $28,900 $17,200 $18,860 $32,430 $36,010 $38, Child, Family, and School Social Workers Hourly wage $24.76 $13.76 $19.01 $23.92 $28.71 $ Child, Family, and School Social Workers Annual wage or salary $51, $28,630 $39,540 $49,750 $59,720 $77, Medical and Public Health Social Workers Hourly wage $22.02 $11.11 $12.84 $16.32 $25.57 $ Medical and Public Health Social Workers Annual wage or salary $45,810 $23,100 $26,700 $33,940 $53,190 $90, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers Hourly wage $22.45 $17.17 $19.46 $22.31 $25.81 $ Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers Annual wage or salary $46,700 $35,710 $40,480 $46,400 $53,690 $58, Social Workers, All Other Hourly wage $25.17 $13.82 $20.14 $26.33 $30.71 $ Social Workers, All Other Annual wage or salary $52,350 $28,750 $41,890 $54,760 $63,880 $69, Health Educators Hourly wage $23.72 $12.62 $14.25 $24.88 $31.06 $ Health Educators Annual wage or salary $49,340 $26,240 $29,650 $51,750 $64,590 $72, Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Spec. Hourly wage $26.61 $20.85 $23.92 $27.57 $29.79 $ Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Spec. Annual wage or salary $55,350 $43,370 $49,750 $57,350 $61,970 $61, Social and Human Service Assistants Hourly wage $15.08 $8.71 $11.86 $15.35 $18.43 $ Social and Human Service Assistants Annual wage or salary $31,360 $18,120 $24,660 $31,920 $38,340 $45, Community and Social Service Spec., All Other Hourly wage $24.16 $9.39 $20.21 $26.77 $29.55 $ Community and Social Service Spec., All Other Annual wage or salary $50,260 $19,540 $42,050 $55,690 $61,470 $70, Directors, Religious Activities and Education Hourly wage $13.29 $9.64 $11.02 $13.24 $15.80 $17.62 Page 6 of 28

7 Median 75th 90th Directors, Religious Activities and Education Annual wage or salary $27,650 $20,060 $22,930 $27,530 $32,860 $36, Legal Occupations Hourly wage $35.95 $12.37 $18.20 $34.28 $49.66 $ Legal Occupations Annual wage or salary $74,780 $25,720 $37,860 $71,310 $103,290 $134, Lawyers Hourly wage $48.20 $26.52 $35.52 $47.16 $58.45 $ Lawyers Annual wage or salary $100,260 $55,170 $73,880 $98,090 $121,580 $148, Paralegals and Legal Assistants Hourly wage $16.31 $9.88 $10.67 $15.94 $19.30 $ Paralegals and Legal Assistants Annual wage or salary $33,930 $20,550 $22,190 $33,150 $40,150 $55, Court Reporters Hourly wage $15.34 $11.89 $12.49 $13.47 $14.46 $ Court Reporters Annual wage or salary $31,900 $24,740 $25,970 $28,020 $30,070 $50, Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers Hourly wage $26.78 $12.72 $15.73 $23.09 $39.84 $ Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers Annual wage or salary $55,700 $26,460 $32,730 $48,020 $82,880 $91, Education, Training, and Library Occupations Hourly wage $25.10 $10.28 $14.37 $24.48 $33.54 $ Education, Training, and Library Occupations Annual wage or salary $52,200 $21,370 $29,880 $50,920 $69,770 $87, Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education Hourly wage $16.83 $9.44 $10.47 $14.71 $21.09 $ Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education Annual wage or salary $35,000 $19,630 $21,770 $30,590 $43,870 $58, Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education Annual wage or salary $60,230 $39,740 $50,550 $61,610 $70,700 $76, Elementary School Teachers, Exc. Special Educ. Annual wage or salary $59,970 $30,090 $42,630 $62,090 $72,580 $96, Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocatio Annual wage or salary $57,780 $35,640 $47,600 $58,850 $69,090 $74, Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Voca Annual wage or salary $62,640 $31,390 $46,010 $63,120 $75,220 $101, Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School Annual wage or salary $59,220 $33,100 $40,990 $62,430 $75,180 $86, Special Education Teachers, Middle School Annual wage or salary $55,290 $41,060 $48,630 $55,310 $62,510 $71, Special Education Teachers, Secondary School Annual wage or salary $66,780 $48,270 $57,240 $67,850 $77,750 $87, Self Enrichment Education Teachers Hourly wage $15.45 $8.59 $11.88 $13.41 $15.10 $ Self Enrichment Education Teachers Annual wage or salary $32,140 $17,860 $24,720 $27,890 $31,410 $58, Teachers and Instructors, All Other Annual wage or salary $66,820 $19,870 $33,770 $70,140 $99,970 $111, Librarians Hourly wage $27.51 $18.47 $20.96 $25.97 $32.14 $42.97 Page 7 of 28

8 Median 75th 90th Librarians Annual wage or salary $57,220 $38,410 $43,600 $54,010 $66,860 $89, Library Technicians Hourly wage $15.41 $11.46 $12.50 $14.03 $18.40 $ Library Technicians Annual wage or salary $32,050 $23,830 $25,990 $29,170 $38,270 $45, Instructional Coordinators Hourly wage $33.21 $18.00 $24.00 $32.68 $42.83 $ Instructional Coordinators Annual wage or salary $69,080 $37,430 $49,910 $67,980 $89,090 $107, Teacher Assistants Annual wage or salary $24,030 $17,150 $19,660 $23,820 $28,180 $31, Education, Training, and Library Wrkrs, All Other Hourly wage $16.16 $8.20 $9.02 $14.59 $20.67 $ Education, Training, and Library Wrkrs, All Other Annual wage or salary $33,610 $17,060 $18,750 $30,340 $43,000 $64, Arts, Design, Entertainmnt, Sports, and Media Occs Hourly wage $19.54 $9.92 $12.36 $17.14 $24.23 $ Arts, Design, Entertainmnt, Sports, and Media Occs Annual wage or salary $40,640 $20,630 $25,720 $35,650 $50,410 $67, Graphic Designers Hourly wage $17.25 $12.37 $13.37 $15.16 $18.85 $ Graphic Designers Annual wage orsalary $35,870 $25,720 $27,820 $31,530 $39,200 $55, Producers and Directors Hourly wage $25.48 $13.48 $16.51 $23.15 $29.45 $ Producers and Directors Annual wage or salary $52,990 $28,030 $34,340 $48,160 $61,250 $73, Coaches and Scouts Annual wage or salary $28,180 $19,760 $21,580 $25,070 $32,110 $43, Music Directors and Composers Hourly wage $31.96 $19.14 $21.79 $32.24 $37.89 $ Music Directors and Composers Annual wage or salary $66,470 $39,800 $45,330 $67,060 $78,810 $104, Reporters and Correspondents Hourly wage $17.15 $9.55 $11.85 $14.45 $20.20 $ Reporters and Correspondents Annual wage or salary $35,670 $19,860 $24,640 $30,050 $42,020 $58, Public Relations Specialists Hourly wage $21.89 $10.54 $15.18 $21.47 $27.57 $ Public Relations Specialists Annual wage or salary $45,530 $21,910 $31,570 $44,660 $57,340 $70, Editors Hourly wage $20.80 $10.86 $13.69 $17.56 $24.34 $ Editors Annual wage or salary $43,260 $22,580 $28,480 $36,530 $50,620 $79, Audio and Video Equipment Technicians Hourly wage $25.93 $15.98 $19.31 $26.18 $32.41 $ Audio and Video Equipment Technicians Annual wage or salary $53,930 $33,230 $40,170 $54,460 $67,400 $75, Broadcast Technicians Hourly wage $16.53 $10.12 $15.21 $16.85 $18.49 $ Broadcast Technicians Annual wage or salary $34,380 $21,050 $31,630 $35,040 $38,450 $46,020 Page 8 of 28

9 Median 75th 90th Photographers Hourly wage $14.54 $8.42 $9.84 $11.73 $15.68 $ Photographers Annual wage or salary $30,250 $17,520 $20,460 $24,410 $32,620 $46, Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations Hourly wage $32.02 $13.86 $18.51 $25.12 $32.88 $ Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations Annual wage or salary $66,590 $28,830 $38,500 $52,250 $68,380 $122, Chiropractors Hourly wage $31.15 $16.07 $18.18 $28.28 $33.69 $ Chiropractors Annual wage or salary $64,790 $33,420 $37,820 $58,830 $70,080 $132, Dentists, General Hourly wage $98.01 $68.26 $76.43 $88.36 $9, $9, Dentists, General Annual wage or salary $203,870 $141,970 $158,980 $183,790 $999,999 $999, Dietitians and Nutritionists Hourly wage $23.93 $18.93 $20.50 $23.29 $27.08 $ Dietitians and Nutritionists Annual wage or salary $49,780 $39,380 $42,630 $48,440 $56,330 $61, Pharmacists Hourly wage $46.66 $29.82 $40.03 $49.32 $55.46 $ Pharmacists Annual wage orsalary $97,060 $62,030 $83,270 $102,580 $115,360 $126, Family and General Practitioners Hourly wage $81.05 $39.18 $57.88 $78.08 $9, $9, Family and General Practitioners Annual wage or salary $168,580 $81,490 $120,390 $162,400 $999,999 $999, Internists, General Hourly wage $99.93 $51.71 $77.36 $9, $9, $9, Internists, General Annual wage or salary $207,860 $107,550 $160,910 $999,999 $999,999 $999, Physicians and Surgeons, All Other Hourly wage $95.62 $58.71 $65.88 $9, $9, $9, Physicians and Surgeons, All Other Annual wage or salary $198,890 $122,120 $137,040 $999,999 $999,999 $999, Physician Assistants Hourly wage $45.14 $32.65 $37.38 $41.49 $45.58 $ Physician Assistants Annual wage or salary $93,890 $67,920 $77,760 $86,300 $94,810 $143, Occupational Therapists Hourly wage $32.77 $23.16 $25.61 $29.64 $36.28 $ Occupational Therapists Annual wage or salary $68,160 $48,160 $53,260 $61,650 $75,460 $108, Physical Therapists Hourly wage $36.03 $27.66 $31.13 $34.35 $38.64 $ Physical Therapists Annual wage or salary $74,940 $57,530 $64,750 $71,450 $80,360 $94, Radiation Therapists Hourly wage $28.44 $19.16 $24.05 $27.42 $31.91 $ Radiation Therapists Annual wage or salary $59,160 $39,850 $50,020 $57,040 $66,380 $75, Respiratory Therapists Hourly wage $23.75 $17.88 $20.82 $24.40 $27.17 $28.84 Page 9 of 28

10 Median 75th 90th Respiratory Therapists Annual wage or salary $49,400 $37,190 $43,300 $50,750 $56,520 $59, Speech Language Pathologists Hourly wage $35.83 $25.69 $30.52 $35.24 $40.44 $ Speech Language Pathologists Annual wage or salary $74,520 $53,440 $63,480 $73,290 $84,110 $91, Veterinarians Hourly wage $40.78 $29.55 $33.97 $40.59 $47.17 $ Veterinarians Annual wage or salary $84,820 $61,460 $70,650 $84,420 $98,110 $118, Audiologists, Non R&D (SIC 822 Only) Hourly wage $69.06 $60.36 $63.36 $68.36 $73.32 $ Audiologists, Non R&D (SIC 822 Only) Annual wage or salary $143,650 $125,550 $131,790 $142,190 $152,510 $179, Audiologists Hourly wage $26.46 $23.79 $24.77 $26.42 $28.06 $ Audiologists Annual wage or salary $55,040 $49,480 $51,530 $54,950 $58,370 $60, Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists Hourly wage $24.47 $19.58 $21.32 $24.34 $27.49 $ Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists Annual wage or salary $50,900 $40,720 $44,350 $50,630 $57,170 $61, Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians Hourly wage $15.72 $10.45 $12.13 $15.22 $18.39 $ Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians Annual wage or salary $32,700 $21,740 $25, $31,660 $38,260 $46, Dental Hygienists Hourly wage $28.25 $17.97 $25.31 $29.23 $33.03 $ Dental Hygienists Annual wage or salary $58,750 $37,380 $52,650 $60,800 $68,700 $73, Diagnostic Medical Sonographers Hourly wage $25.29 $20.15 $22.96 $25.52 $27.97 $ Diagnostic Medical Sonographers Annual wage or salary $52,610 $41,910 $47,770 $53,070 $58,180 $62, Radiologic Technologists and Technicians Hourly wage $20.22 $14.46 $16.44 $19.64 $22.92 $ Radiologic Technologists and Technicians Annual wage or salary $42,050 $30,070 $34,200 $40,850 $47,680 $57, Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics Hourly wage $14.90 $10.35 $11.56 $14.27 $17.52 $ Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics Annual wage or salary $30,990 $21,530 $24,050 $29,690 $36,450 $43, Pharmacy Technicians Hourly wage $13.36 $10.42 $11.96 $13.32 $14.68 $ Pharmacy Technicians Annual wage or salary $27,800 $21,680 $24,890 $27,710 $30,530 $35, Surgical Technologists Hourly wage $20.70 $13.51 $18.62 $21.13 $23.35 $ Surgical Technologists Annual wage or salary $43,050 $28,100 $38,730 $43,950 $48,570 $56, Veterinary Technologists and Technicians Hourly wage $19.04 $11.16 $15.35 $18.83 $23.15 $ Veterinary Technologists and Technicians Annual wage or salary $39,590 $23,210 $31,930 $39,170 $48,150 $56, Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses Hourly wage $18.73 $14.53 $15.99 $18.02 $21.27 $24.54 Page 10 of 28

11 Median 75th 90th Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses Annual wage or salary $38,950 $30,220 $33,250 $37,490 $44,250 $51, Medical Records and Health Information Technicians Hourly wage $15.77 $10.22 $12.53 $15.33 $18.90 $ Medical Records and Health Information Technicians Annual wage or salary $32,800 $21,250 $26,070 $31,890 $39,320 $46, Opticians, Dispensing Hourly wage $13.53 $9.97 $11.10 $13.60 $16.11 $ Opticians, Dispensing Annual wage or salary $28,140 $20,730 $23,080 $28,290 $33,510 $36, Athletic Trainers Annual wage or salary $44,060 $37,050 $40,720 $44,080 $47,440 $54, Healthcare Practitioners and Tech Wrkrs, All Other Hourly wage $19.86 $12.47 $13.81 $18.37 $21.99 $ Healthcare Practitioners and Tech Wrkrs, All Other Annual wage or salary $41,310 $25,930 $28,720 $38,200 $45,740 $57, Healthcare Support Occupations Hourly wage $12.72 $9.17 $10.27 $11.89 $14.28 $ Healthcare Support Occupations Annual wage or salary $26,470 $19,080 $21,360 $24,720 $29,700 $36, Home Health Aides Hourly wage $10.07 $8.12 $8.94 $10.07 $11.13 $ Home Health Aides Annual wage or salary $20,940 $16,890 $18,590 $20,940 $23,140 $25, Physical Therapist Assistants Hourly wage $16.59 $10.12 $11.13 $16.41 $21.22 $ Physical Therapist Assistants Annual wage or salary $34,510 $21,040 $23,150 $34,140 $44,130 $51, Physical Therapist Aides Hourly wage $11.37 $9.52 $10.13 $11.16 $12.70 $ Physical Therapist Aides Annual wage or salary $23,650 $19,800 $21,080 $23,200 $26,420 $28, Massage Therapists Hourly wage $13.79 $7.79 $8.20 $8.90 $21.61 $ Massage Therapists Annual wage or salary $28,680 $16,190 $17,070 $18,520 $44,940 $60, Dental Assistants Hourly wage $16.60 $12.70 $14.14 $16.20 $18.20 $ Dental Assistants Annual wage or salary $34,530 $26,410 $29,420 $33,700 $37,860 $45, Medical Assistants Hourly wage $14.95 $10.28 $11.83 $13.58 $16.82 $ Medical Assistants Annual wage or salary $31,090 $21,390 $24,610 $28,240 $34,980 $49, Medical Equipment Preparers Hourly wage $12.40 $10.03 $10.95 $12.42 $13.78 $ Medical Equipment Preparers Annual wage or salary $25,790 $20,870 $22,770 $25,830 $28,670 $30, Medical Transcriptionists Hourly wage $15.01 $11.54 $12.96 $14.95 $17.03 $ Medical Transcriptionists Annual wage or salary $31,210 $24,010 $26,960 $31,090 $35,430 $38, Veterinary Asst. and Laboratory Animal Caretakers Hourly wage $12.24 $9.81 $10.42 $11.44 $13.96 $16.24 Page 11 of 28

12 Median 75th 90th Veterinary Asst. and Laboratory Animal Caretakers Annual wage or salary $25,470 $20,400 $21,670 $23,800 $29,030 $33, Healthcare Support Workers, All Other Hourly wage $11.99 $9.35 $10.25 $11.65 $13.71 $ Healthcare Support Workers, All Other Annual wage or salary $24,940 $19,450 $21,310 $24,220 $28,520 $32, Protective Service Occupations Hourly wage $20.85 $10.36 $14.82 $21.92 $25.91 $ Protective Service Occupations Annual wage or salary $43,380 $21,540 $30,820 $45,600 $53,900 $61, First Line Super./Man. of Correctional Officers Hourly wage $28.16 $22.52 $27.02 $28.41 $29.53 $ First Line Super./Man. of Correctional Officers Annual wage or salary $58,570 $46,850 $56,210 $59,100 $61,420 $67, First Line Super./Man. of Police & Detectives Hourly wage $30.12 $20.61 $25.79 $30.89 $35.26 $ First Line Super./Man. of Police & Detectives Annual wage or salary $62,660 $42,860 $53,650 $64,250 $73,350 $81, First Line Sprvsrs/Mngrs, Protective Services Hourly wage $18.43 $12.42 $13.57 $16.68 $22.71 $ First Line Sprvsrs/Mngrs, Protective Services Annual wage or salary $38,330 $25,830 $28,230 $34,700 $47,230 $56, Fire Fighters Hourly wage $16.80 $8.61 $10.56 $15.89 $21.80 $ Fire Fighters Annual wage or salary $34,950 $17,910 $21,970 $33,060 $45,340 $55, Fire Inspectors and Investigators Hourly wage $23.54 $17.54 $20.16 $23.68 $27.17 $ Fire Inspectors and Investigators Annual wage or salary $48,960 $36,480 $41,920 $49,260 $56,510 $60, Correctional Officers and Jailers Hourly wage $23.41 $19.16 $22.27 $24.43 $25.91 $ Correctional Officers and Jailers Annual wage or salary $48,690 $39,850 $46,320 $50,800 $53,900 $53, Detectives and Criminal Investigators Hourly wage $31.65 $24.36 $26.49 $30.30 $35.51 $ Detectives and Criminal Investigators Annual wage or salary $65,830 $50,670 $55,100 $63,030 $73,860 $80, Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers Hourly wage $23.24 $17.32 $20.06 $23.09 $27.05 $ Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers Annual wage or salary $48,350 $36,030 $41,730 $48,020 $56,260 $61, Security Guards Hourly wage $12.19 $8.56 $9.85 $11.34 $13.76 $ Security Guards Annual wage or salary $25,350 $17,810 $20,490 $23,590 $28,630 $36, Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Pro Hourly wage $10.31 $7.95 $8.47 $9.33 $10.99 $ Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Pro Annual wage or salary $21,440 $16,530 $17,610 $19,410 $22,860 $33, Transportation Security Screeners Hourly wage $17.22 $14.00 $14.01 $16.74 $18.83 $ Transportation Security Screeners Annual wage or salary $35,820 $29,130 $29,140 $34,820 $39,160 $42,930 Page 12 of 28

13 Median 75th 90th Protective Service Workers, All Other Hourly wage $18.60 $10.02 $13.64 $18.64 $24.51 $ Protective Service Workers, All Other Annual wage or salary $38,690 $20,850 $28,380 $38,770 $50,980 $58, Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations Hourly wage $10.44 $7.83 $8.30 $9.10 $11.98 $ Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations Annual wage or salary $21,710 $16,280 $17,270 $18,920 $24,930 $30, Chefs and Head Cooks Hourly wage $20.42 $13.68 $15.99 $18.64 $23.86 $ Chefs and Head Cooks Annual wage or salary $42,470 $28,450 $33,260 $38,770 $49,620 $59, First Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparatio Hourly wage $14.98 $8.54 $10.26 $13.55 $18.23 $ First Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparatio Annual wage or salary $31,160 $17,750 $21,340 $28,180 $37,920 $45, Cooks, Fast Food Hourly wage $8.68 $7.74 $8.08 $8.64 $9.20 $ Cooks, Fast Food Annual wage or salary $18,050 $16,110 $16,810 $17,970 $19,140 $21, Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria Hourly wage $11.91 $8.82 $10.05 $11.67 $13.48 $ Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria Annual wage or salary $24,770 $18,330 $20,910 $24, $28,050 $30, Cooks, Restaurant Hourly wage $11.54 $8.00 $8.84 $10.77 $13.66 $ Cooks, Restaurant Annual wage or salary $24,000 $16,650 $18,400 $22,400 $28,410 $35, Cooks, Short Order Hourly wage $10.28 $7.98 $8.51 $9.40 $12.67 $ Cooks, Short Order Annual wage or salary $21,380 $16,610 $17,710 $19,550 $26,350 $29, Food Preparation Workers Hourly wage $10.11 $7.84 $8.41 $9.45 $11.81 $ Food Preparation Workers Annual wage or salary $21,020 $16,320 $17,490 $19,660 $24,570 $28, Bartenders Hourly wage $10.51 $7.78 $8.21 $8.95 $12.16 $ Bartenders Annual wage or salary $21,860 $16,170 $17,090 $18,610 $25,290 $36, Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Inc Hourly wage $8.69 $7.75 $8.07 $8.61 $9.15 $ Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Inc Annual wage or salary $18,070 $16,120 $16,790 $17,910 $19,030 $21, Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, an Hourly wage $8.49 $7.70 $8.01 $8.53 $9.05 $ Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, an Annual wage or salary $17,650 $16,020 $16,670 $17,740 $18,820 $19, Waiters and Waitresses Hourly wage $10.67 $7.81 $8.27 $9.04 $12.92 $ Waiters and Waitresses Annual wage or salary $22,200 $16,230 $17,200 $18,800 $26,870 $30, Food Servers, Nonrestaurant Hourly wage $9.98 $8.00 $8.70 $9.89 $11.10 $12.36 Page 13 of 28

14 Median 75th 90th Food Servers, Nonrestaurant Annual wage or salary $20,750 $16,640 $18,090 $20,570 $23,090 $25, Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Hourly wage $9.06 $7.75 $8.15 $8.83 $9.93 $ Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Annual wage or salary $18,840 $16,110 $16,960 $18,370 $20,650 $23, Dishwashers Hourly wage $8.66 $7.75 $8.09 $8.66 $9.23 $ Dishwashers Annual wage or salary $18,010 $16,120 $16,830 $18,020 $19,200 $22, Host & Hostess, Restaurant, Lounge & Coffee Shop Hourly wage $8.90 $7.79 $8.16 $8.78 $9.43 $ Host & Hostess, Restaurant, Lounge & Coffee Shop Annual wage or salary $18,510 $16,210 $16,980 $18,260 $19,610 $22, Food Prep. and Serving Related Wrkrs, All Other Hourly wage $9.81 $7.93 $8.41 $9.19 $11.02 $ Food Prep. and Serving Related Wrkrs, All Other Annual wage or salary $20,410 $16,500 $17,480 $19,120 $22,910 $28, Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maint. Occs Hourly wage $12.58 $8.39 $9.67 $11.52 $14.74 $ Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maint. Occs Annual wage or salary $26,160 $17,460 $20,110 $23,970 $30,650 $37, First Line Supervisors/Managers ofhousekeepingan Hourly wage $ $8.48 $10.81 $ $20.65 $ First Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping an Annual wage or salary $33,510 $17,630 $22,480 $31,420 $42,950 $54, First Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, La Hourly wage $19.33 $11.98 $15.49 $18.47 $22.53 $ First Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, La Annual wage or salary $40,200 $24,910 $32,220 $38,410 $46,860 $57, Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeepi Hourly wage $12.04 $8.61 $9.86 $11.27 $14.04 $ Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeepi Annual wage or salary $25,050 $17,920 $20,500 $23,440 $29,200 $35, Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners Hourly wage $10.21 $7.91 $8.52 $9.74 $12.15 $ Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners Annual wage or salary $21,230 $16,460 $17,720 $20,260 $25,270 $28, Pest Control Workers Hourly wage $15.05 $12.19 $12.94 $14.19 $16.98 $ Pest Control Workers Annual wage or salary $31,310 $25,360 $26,910 $29,510 $35,320 $41, Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers Hourly wage $13.36 $8.86 $10.24 $12.64 $16.25 $ Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers Annual wage or salary $27,790 $18,430 $21,300 $26,300 $33,790 $38, Personal Care and Service Occupations Hourly wage $11.42 $7.90 $8.47 $9.50 $12.94 $ Personal Care and Service Occupations Annual wage or salary $23,760 $16,430 $17,620 $19,770 $26,900 $37, First Line Super./Manag., Personal Service Workers Hourly wage $16.51 $10.51 $12.07 $15.03 $18.49 $26.74 Page 14 of 28

15 Median 75th 90th First Line Super./Manag., Personal Service Workers Annual wage or salary $34,340 $21,860 $25,100 $31,270 $38,460 $55, Nonfarm Animal Caretakers Hourly wage $10.14 $7.86 $8.35 $9.16 $11.70 $ Nonfarm Animal Caretakers Annual wage or salary $21,090 $16,340 $17,360 $19,060 $24,330 $30, Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers Hourly wage $8.66 $7.69 $8.04 $8.63 $9.22 $ Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers Annual wage or salary $18,010 $15,990 $16,730 $17,950 $19,180 $22, Amusement and Recreation Attendants Hourly wage $8.73 $7.75 $8.11 $8.69 $9.29 $ Amusement and Recreation Attendants Annual wage or salary $18,160 $16,130 $16,860 $18,080 $19,320 $22, Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists Hourly wage $13.31 $8.19 $9.22 $12.39 $16.54 $ Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists Annual wage or salary $27,680 $17,040 $19,170 $25,770 $34,410 $42, Manicurists and Pedicurists Hourly wage $12.98 $8.19 $9.06 $13.51 $16.40 $ Manicurists and Pedicurists Annual wage or salary $27,000 $17,040 $18,840 $28,100 $34,110 $37, Baggage Porters and Bellhops Hourly wage $10.51 $7.81 $8.21 $8.88 $15.09 $ Baggage Porters and Bellhops Annual wage or salary $21,850 $16,240 $17,080 $18,470 $31,400 $35, Concierges Hourly wage $11.57 $7.95 $8.54 $9.66 $15.37 $ Concierges Annual wage or salary $24,060 $16,530 $17,770 $20,090 $31,970 $40, Child Care Workers Hourly wage $9.40 $7.86 $8.34 $9.14 $10.45 $ Child Care Workers Annual wage or salary $19,550 $16,350 $17,350 $19,010 $21,740 $23, Personal and Home Care Aides Hourly wage $9.73 $7.95 $8.63 $9.78 $10.90 $ Personal and Home Care Aides Annual wage or salary $20,240 $16,530 $17,950 $20,340 $22,670 $24, Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors Hourly wage $18.62 $8.76 $12.24 $17.29 $21.99 $ Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors Annual wage or salary $38,740 $18,220 $25,450 $35,970 $45,740 $67, Recreation Workers Hourly wage $11.35 $7.96 $8.61 $10.07 $13.03 $ Recreation Workers Annual wage or salary $23,610 $16,550 $17,920 $20,940 $27,100 $34, Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other Hourly wage $9.96 $8.13 $8.95 $10.12 $11.11 $ Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other Annual wage or salary $20,720 $16,910 $18,610 $21,060 $23,100 $24, Sales and Related Occupations Hourly wage $14.03 $8.25 $9.17 $11.60 $15.52 $ Sales and Related Occupations Annual wage or salary $29,180 $17,170 $19,070 $24,120 $32,280 $47,120 Page 15 of 28

16 Median 75th 90th First Line Supervis./Managers of Retail Sales Work Hourly wage $18.39 $11.01 $13.07 $16.37 $21.30 $ First Line Supervis./Managers of Retail Sales Work Annual wage or salary $38,250 $22,910 $27,190 $34,050 $44,300 $58, First Line Super./Manag., Non Retail Sales Workers Hourly wage $26.35 $15.68 $19.06 $22.93 $31.31 $ First Line Super./Manag., Non Retail Sales Workers Annual wage or salary $54,810 $32,610 $39,650 $47,700 $65,110 $94, Cashiers Hourly wage $10.03 $8.03 $8.58 $9.50 $11.24 $ Cashiers Annual wage or salary $20,860 $16,710 $17,850 $19,750 $23,380 $28, Counter and Rental Clerks Hourly wage $11.30 $8.12 $8.75 $9.93 $11.93 $ Counter and Rental Clerks Annual wage or salary $23,510 $16,880 $18,200 $20,640 $24,810 $35, Parts Salespersons Hourly wage $16.13 $11.35 $13.38 $15.84 $18.04 $ Parts Salespersons Annual wage or salary $33,550 $23,600 $27,820 $32,940 $37,520 $44, Retail Salespersons Hourly wage $11.09 $8.04 $8.69 $10.08 $12.44 $ Retail Salespersons Annual wage or salary $23,070 $16,720 $18,080 $20,970 $25,870 $32, Advertising Sales Agents Hourly wage $15.78 $8.96 $10.65 $15.61 $ $ Advertising Sales Agents Annual wage or salary $32,810 $18,640 $22,150 $32,470 $41,710 $47, Insurance Sales Agents Hourly wage $20.50 $12.43 $14.03 $19.65 $25.49 $ Insurance Sales Agents Annual wage or salary $42,640 $25,860 $29,180 $40,860 $53,020 $61, Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sa Hourly wage $30.63 $13.54 $16.03 $18.43 $41.03 $ Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sa Annual wage or salary $63,710 $28,160 $33,350 $38,320 $85,330 $133, Travel Agents Hourly wage $17.43 $11.60 $13.74 $16.55 $20.01 $ Travel Agents Annual wage or salary $36,250 $24,130 $28,570 $34,430 $41,630 $51, Sales Representatives, Services, All Other Hourly wage $17.97 $12.04 $12.88 $14.29 $19.98 $ Sales Representatives, Services, All Other Annual wage or salary $37,390 $25,050 $26,790 $29,710 $41,560 $60, Sales Representatives, Technical & Scientific Hourly wage $36.45 $17.09 $24.57 $34.07 $45.39 $ Sales Representatives, Technical & Scientific Annual wage or salary $75,810 $35,550 $51,110 $70,870 $94,420 $115, Sales Representatives, Except Technical Hourly wage $22.07 $9.00 $12.45 $18.75 $25.77 $ Sales Representatives, Except Technical Annual wage or salary $45,910 $18,730 $25,890 $39,010 $53,590 $96, Demonstrators and Product Promoters Hourly wage $11.38 $8.73 $9.96 $10.79 $11.62 $ Demonstrators and Product Promoters Annual wage or salary $23,670 $18,160 $20,710 $22,440 $24,160 $31,340 Page 16 of 28

17 Median 75th 90th Real Estate Brokers Hourly wage $15.91 $12.01 $12.60 $13.50 $14.40 $ Real Estate Brokers Annual wage or salary $33,100 $24,980 $26,210 $28,080 $29,960 $31, Real Estate Sales Agents Hourly wage $17.66 $8.15 $8.85 $12.16 $26.99 $ Real Estate Sales Agents Annual wage or salary $36,730 $16,960 $18,420 $25,300 $56,140 $68, Sales Engineers Hourly wage $27.55 $15.38 $16.69 $26.06 $36.08 $ Sales Engineers Annual wage or salary $57,290 $31,980 $34,720 $54,210 $75,040 $96, Sales and Related Workers, All Other Hourly wage $14.90 $12.32 $13.10 $14.41 $16.55 $ Sales and Related Workers, All Other Annual wage or salary $30,980 $25,620 $27,250 $29,970 $34,430 $38, Office and Administrative Support Occupations Hourly wage $14.50 $8.79 $10.55 $13.53 $17.42 $ Office and Administrative Support Occupations Annual wage or salary $30,160 $18,280 $21,940 $28,140 $36,230 $45, First Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Admi Hourly wage $21.60 $13.86 $16.47 $20.15 $25.23 $ First Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Admi Annual wage or salary $44,920 $28, $34,250 $41,910 $52,480 $64, Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service Hourly wage $11.47 $8.17 $9.10 $11.25 $13.72 $ Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service Annual wage or salary $23,860 $16,990 $18,920 $23,410 $28,530 $32, Bill and Account Collectors Hourly wage $15.47 $9.06 $12.39 $14.68 $18.04 $ Bill and Account Collectors Annual wage or salary $32,180 $18,840 $25,760 $30,540 $37,520 $49, Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators Hourly wage $14.54 $9.45 $11.06 $13.98 $17.50 $ Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators Annual wage or salary $30,240 $19,650 $23,010 $29,070 $36,390 $43, Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks Hourly wage $15.44 $9.37 $11.74 $15.02 $18.31 $ Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks Annual wage or salary $32,110 $19,490 $24,420 $31,230 $38,090 $46, Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks Hourly wage $17.31 $11.34 $13.53 $18.60 $21.13 $ Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks Annual wage or salary $36,010 $23,580 $28,150 $38,690 $43,940 $46, Procurement Clerks Hourly wage $17.29 $10.55 $12.48 $15.71 $21.68 $ Procurement Clerks Annual wage or salary $35,970 $21,940 $25,970 $32,690 $45,100 $55, Tellers Hourly wage $12.20 $8.78 $10.00 $11.69 $14.14 $ Tellers Annual wage or salary $25,370 $18,270 $20,810 $24,310 $29,410 $35, Court, Municipal, and License Clerks Hourly wage $15.84 $8.13 $9.10 $16.06 $20.03 $24.27 Page 17 of 28

18 Median 75th 90th Court, Municipal, and License Clerks Annual wage or salary $32,940 $16,910 $18,940 $33,410 $41,660 $50, Customer Service Representatives Hourly wage $14.40 $8.84 $10.56 $13.32 $17.18 $ Customer Service Representatives Annual wage or salary $29,960 $18,390 $21,960 $27,710 $35,730 $44, File Clerks Hourly wage $11.11 $9.00 $9.93 $10.89 $11.92 $ File Clerks Annual wage or salary $23,120 $18,710 $20,650 $22,650 $24,800 $29, Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks Hourly wage $9.74 $7.84 $8.33 $9.15 $10.85 $ Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks Annual wage or salary $20,270 $16,310 $17,330 $19,040 $22,560 $27, Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan Hourly wage $13.45 $10.15 $11.31 $13.09 $14.96 $ Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan Annual wage or salary $27,970 $21,110 $23,530 $27,220 $31,110 $36, Library Assistants, Clerical Hourly wage $12.07 $8.30 $9.22 $12.11 $13.96 $ Library Assistants, Clerical Annual wage or salary $25,110 $17,260 $19,170 $25,200 $29,030 $34, Loan Interviewers and Clerks Hourly wage $15.65 $11.39 $13.45 $15.98 $17.79 $ Loan Interviewers and Clerks Annual wage or salary $32,560 $23,690 $27,970 $33,240 $36,990 $40, New Accounts Clerks Hourly wage $15.88 $11.67 $13.69 $16.34 $18.19 $ New Accounts Clerks Annual wage or salary $33,040 $24,270 $28,470 $33,990 $37,830 $41, Order Clerks Hourly wage $13.82 $8.97 $11.48 $14.60 $16.51 $ Order Clerks Annual wage or salary $28,750 $18,650 $23,880 $30,370 $34,340 $37, Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Tim Hourly wage $17.19 $12.42 $14.83 $17.16 $20.13 $ Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Tim Annual wage or salary $35,750 $25,830 $30,840 $35,690 $41,860 $46, Receptionists and Information Clerks Hourly wage $12.79 $9.71 $10.77 $12.59 $14.50 $ Receptionists and Information Clerks Annual wage or salary $26,600 $20,200 $22,390 $26,190 $30,160 $35, Information and Record Clerks, All Other Hourly wage $14.61 $11.19 $12.64 $13.52 $16.09 $ Information and Record Clerks, All Other Annual wage or salary $30,380 $23,270 $26,290 $28,130 $33,470 $39, Couriers and Messengers Hourly wage $11.40 $9.24 $10.12 $11.29 $12.93 $ Couriers and Messengers Annual wage or salary $23,710 $19,210 $21,050 $23,480 $26,900 $29, Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers Hourly wage $18.05 $13.25 $15.68 $17.68 $20.79 $ Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers Annual wage or salary $37,550 $27,560 $32,610 $36,770 $43,240 $48, Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance Hourly wage $15.49 $12.35 $13.19 $14.59 $16.90 $18.86 Page 18 of 28

19 Median 75th 90th Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance Annual wage or salary $32,230 $25,700 $27,440 $30,350 $35,160 $39, Postal Service Clerks Hourly wage $23.12 $12.39 $23.64 $25.53 $26.55 $ Postal Service Clerks Annual wage or salary $48,080 $25,770 $49,170 $53,090 $55,230 $55, Postal Service Mail Carriers Hourly wage $22.82 $19.45 $19.46 $22.72 $26.92 $ Postal Service Mail Carriers Annual wage or salary $47,470 $40,460 $40,470 $47,260 $55,990 $57, Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Proce Hourly wage $21.85 $10.25 $16.80 $25.48 $25.53 $ Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Proce Annual wage or salary $45,440 $21,320 $34,950 $53,000 $53,090 $53, Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks Hourly wage $18.71 $10.06 $13.21 $18.73 $23.68 $ Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks Annual wage or salary $38,910 $20,920 $27,490 $38,970 $49,260 $56, Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks Hourly wage $14.06 $9.23 $10.77 $12.98 $15.28 $ Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks Annual wage or salary $29,250 $19,210 $22,410 $26,990 $31,770 $41, Stock Clerks and Order Fillers Hourly wage $11.05 $8.19 $9.01 $10.46 $12.22 $ Stock Clerks and Order Fillers Annual wage or salary $22,980 $17,030 $18,730 $21,770 $25,410 $30, Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recor Hourly wage $12.51 $8.86 $10.17 $12.13 $14.18 $ Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recor Annual wage or salary $26,010 $18,430 $21,150 $25,240 $29,490 $35, Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants Hourly wage $19.06 $12.67 $15.46 $18.25 $22.29 $ Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants Annual wage or salary $39,640 $26,340 $32,150 $37,950 $46,360 $56, Legal Secretaries Hourly wage $17.26 $12.59 $14.11 $17.16 $20.41 $ Legal Secretaries Annual wage or salary $35,900 $26,190 $29,350 $35,690 $42,440 $46, Medical Secretaries Hourly wage $13.79 $10.32 $11.72 $13.47 $15.49 $ Medical Secretaries Annual wage or salary $28,690 $21,460 $24,380 $28,010 $32,220 $37, Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive Hourly wage $15.02 $9.46 $12.01 $14.46 $17.74 $ Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive Annual wage or salary $31,240 $19,670 $24,990 $30,080 $36,910 $44, Data Entry Keyers Hourly wage $13.37 $9.78 $11.30 $13.29 $15.51 $ Data Entry Keyers Annual wage or salary $27,820 $20,350 $23,510 $27,640 $32,270 $36, Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Pos Hourly wage $12.44 $8.50 $9.52 $10.94 $14.84 $ Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Pos Annual wage or salary $25,880 $17,670 $19,800 $22,750 $30,860 $36, Office Clerks, General Hourly wage $13.25 $8.53 $9.94 $12.83 $15.93 $18.80 Page 19 of 28

20 Median 75th 90th Office Clerks, General Annual wage or salary $27,560 $17,740 $20,680 $26,680 $33,140 $39, Office and Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other Hourly wage $12.63 $8.04 $8.72 $10.53 $15.48 $ Office and Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other Annual wage or salary $26,260 $16,720 $18,140 $21,890 $32,200 $45, Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations Hourly wage $12.04 $8.04 $8.84 $10.63 $13.93 $ Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations Annual wage or salary $25,050 $16,720 $18,390 $22,100 $28,970 $37, First Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishin Hourly wage $20.26 $11.14 $15.07 $18.43 $22.37 $ First Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishin Annual wage or salary $42,140 $23,180 $31,340 $38,330 $46,530 $73, Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products Hourly wage $8.93 $7.80 $8.19 $8.84 $9.53 $ Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products Annual wage or salary $18,580 $16,230 $17,040 $18,380 $19,820 $22, Agricultural Equipment Operators Hourly wage $14.02 $11.66 $12.39 $13.59 $15.45 $ Agricultural Equipment Operators Annual wage or salary $29,170 $24,260 $25,760 $28,270 $32,140 $36, Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery & Greenhouse Hourly wage $9.74 $7.86 $8.44 $9.52 $10.86 $ Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery & Greenhouse Annual wage or salary $20,270 $16,350 $17,560 $19,810 $22,590 $24, Logging Equipment Operators Hourly wage $11.42 $8.12 $9.16 $10.84 $13.71 $ Logging Equipment Operators Annual wage or salary $23,750 $16,900 $19,050 $22,550 $28,520 $33, Construction and Extraction Occupations Hourly wage $18.12 $11.44 $13.53 $16.68 $20.93 $ Construction and Extraction Occupations Annual wage or salary $37,700 $23,800 $28,140 $34,700 $43,530 $56, First Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction Tr Hourly wage $27.31 $17.28 $20.55 $25.98 $33.86 $ First Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction Tr Annual wage or salary $56,800 $35,950 $42,740 $54,040 $70,420 $85, Brickmasons and Blockmasons Hourly wage $23.41 $18.92 $20.55 $23.23 $26.73 $ Brickmasons and Blockmasons Annual wage or salary $48,700 $39,350 $42,750 $48,320 $55,600 $60, Carpenters Hourly wage $16.50 $11.84 $13.00 $15.32 $18.63 $ Carpenters Annual wage or salary $34,320 $24,630 $27,030 $31,860 $38,760 $49, Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers Hourly wage $16.70 $11.97 $13.72 $16.64 $19.90 $ Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers Annual wage or salary $34,730 $24,900 $28,530 $34,620 $41,400 $45, Construction Laborers Hourly wage $15.87 $10.97 $13.00 $15.68 $18.93 $21.59 Page 20 of 28

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