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1 All Occupations $24.39 $11.52 $18.57 $ Accountants and Auditors $32.78 $25.52 $31.90 $ Administrative Services Managers $43.33 $34.50 $42.23 $ Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Instructors $34.93 $33.10 $35.54 $ Advertising Sales Agents $39.53 $16.99 $21.99 $ Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians $30.53 $23.07 $29.32 $ Amusement and Recreation Attendants $11.33 $9.43 $10.69 $ Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate $31.62 $23.03 $30.68 $ Architects, Except Landscape and Naval $39.35 $28.55 $42.21 $ Architectural and Civil Drafters $27.44 $24.34 $27.13 $ Architecture and Engineering Occupations $38.85 $28.45 $37.30 $ Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations $26.42 $12.48 $21.62 $ Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other $14.85 $11.24 $13.64 $ Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants $12.98 $11.81 $13.20 $ Automotive Body and Related Repairers $20.28 $16.59 $20.51 $ Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics $20.15 $15.33 $19.61 $ Baggage Porters and Bellhops $9.98 $9.28 $9.41 $ Bakers $12.82 $10.61 $11.83 $ Bartenders $10.51 $9.23 $9.37 $ Bill and Account Collectors $20.16 $17.06 $20.22 $ Billing and Posting Clerks $19.36 $15.35 $18.95 $ Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks $18.45 $15.21 $18.19 $ Budget Analysts $34.03 $27.48 $34.88 $ Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations $13.76 $10.09 $12.18 $ Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists $25.48 $20.19 $24.64 $ Bus Drivers, School or Special Client $16.25 $14.17 $16.62 $ Business and Financial Operations Occupations $33.30 $23.11 $31.51 $ Business Operations Specialists, All Other $30.53 $22.05 $30.62 $ Butchers and Meat Cutters $20.65 $15.89 $18.97 $ Buyers and Purchasing Agents, Farm Products $14.74 $12.99 $14.02 $ Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels $22.95 $16.81 $19.42 $ Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians $29.42 $21.54 $26.98 $ Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School $76,890 $62,920 $80,070 $91, Carpenters $23.33 $18.05 $21.95 $27.00 Page 1 of 12

2 Cashiers $11.06 $9.43 $10.38 $ Chefs and Head Cooks $25.09 $18.33 $21.79 $ Chemical Technicians $24.20 $19.71 $23.12 $ Chief Executives $95.73 $68.31 # # Child, Family, and School Social Workers $28.68 $19.81 $26.29 $ Childcare Workers $11.14 $9.32 $10.15 $ Civil Engineering Technicians $29.75 $22.14 $27.73 $ Civil Engineers $44.80 $36.82 $45.65 $ Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators $38.64 $33.92 $39.30 $ Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment $12.91 $10.34 $11.89 $ Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists $36.46 $27.49 $37.92 $ Coaches and Scouts $35,440 $19,370 $19,980 $50, Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $16.10 $11.28 $16.15 $ Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food $11.32 $9.33 $10.33 $ Community and Social Service Occupations $25.54 $17.34 $24.18 $ Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other $22.64 $16.26 $18.46 $ Community Health Workers $21.42 $17.11 $20.23 $ Compensation and Benefits Managers $58.22 $41.58 $54.10 $ Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists $31.52 $22.93 $30.08 $ Compliance Officers $38.65 $31.44 $36.71 $ Computer and Information Systems Managers $57.73 $42.23 $52.74 $ Computer and Mathematical Occupations $40.94 $29.33 $39.45 $ Computer Network Architects $51.71 $43.21 $49.94 $ Computer Network Support Specialists $29.61 $20.98 $27.45 $ Computer Occupations, All Other $42.16 $36.20 $40.33 $ Computer Programmers $46.58 $35.16 $46.34 $ Computer Systems Analysts $41.93 $33.68 $42.11 $ Computer User Support Specialists $24.67 $20.15 $23.72 $ Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers $19.91 $14.84 $19.87 $ Concierges $11.93 $10.34 $11.22 $ Construction and Building Inspectors $32.89 $28.37 $33.45 $ Construction and Extraction Occupations $24.88 $18.26 $23.54 $ Construction Laborers $19.98 $16.09 $18.53 $ Construction Managers $53.13 $40.39 $51.89 $66.73 Page 2 of 12

3 Cooks, All Other $16.10 $13.16 $14.42 $ Cooks, Fast Food $10.07 $9.29 $9.43 $ Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria $14.27 $11.48 $13.64 $ Cooks, Restaurant $13.30 $10.64 $12.62 $ Cooks, Short Order $11.83 $10.07 $11.08 $ Cost Estimators $40.15 $31.65 $38.23 $ Counter and Rental Clerks $12.31 $9.36 $9.62 $ Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop $10.78 $9.42 $10.43 $ Court, Municipal, and License Clerks $20.70 $14.94 $21.34 $ Credit Analysts $28.79 $22.46 $26.76 $ Crossing Guards $11.52 $9.81 $11.12 $ Curators $31.89 $22.58 $32.06 $ Customer Service Representatives $14.77 $10.80 $13.43 $17.48 Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $18.19 $13.87 $18.77 $ Data Entry Keyers $17.64 $14.60 $16.98 $ Database Administrators $39.68 $27.58 $39.81 $ Dental Assistants $19.17 $14.52 $19.56 $ Dental Hygienists $36.92 $33.07 $36.02 $ Dentists, General $99.78 $71.60 # # Detectives and Criminal Investigators $41.33 $32.84 $37.61 $ Diagnostic Medical Sonographers $40.60 $35.59 $42.29 $ Dietitians and Nutritionists $30.34 $24.12 $31.37 $ Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers $9.80 $9.26 $9.39 $ Dishwashers $11.86 $9.40 $10.41 $ Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance $17.15 $12.44 $16.74 $ Driver/Sales Workers $11.11 $9.37 $9.89 $ Editors $34.89 $22.91 $34.43 $ Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School $128,180 $103,050 $124,690 $148, Education Administrators, Postsecondary $45.70 $32.49 $42.70 $ Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/Program $27.69 $16.74 $22.09 $ Education, Training, and Library Occupations $28.25 $16.20 $26.66 $ Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors $29.67 $21.91 $30.13 $ Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers $18.14 $13.51 $16.93 $21.47 Page 3 of 12

4 Electrical and Electronics Drafters $30.77 $21.78 $32.65 $ Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians $32.65 $24.99 $30.20 $ Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment $30.85 $24.46 $32.03 $ Electrical Engineers $43.40 $36.41 $42.87 $ Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers $38.82 $33.59 $40.82 $ Electricians $25.94 $18.35 $24.40 $ Electronics Engineers, Except Computer $60.07 $47.03 $57.50 $ Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education $69,400 $54,020 $69,050 $85, Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs $28.03 $25.35 $27.80 $ Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics $21.45 $15.62 $20.73 $ Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other $41.23 $35.25 $40.48 $ Engineers, All Other $51.46 $44.36 $52.27 $ Environmental Engineers $44.30 $37.11 $46.38 $ Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health $54.96 $40.30 $57.48 $ Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators $22.80 $20.42 $22.72 $ Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants $27.86 $23.99 $27.77 $ Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $19.94 $16.30 $20.15 $ Family and General Practitioners $ $80.54 # # Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations $14.46 $9.35 $10.25 $ File Clerks $14.41 $11.86 $13.69 $ Financial Analysts $42.39 $28.44 $36.27 $ Financial Managers $63.59 $43.42 $56.98 $ Financial Specialists, All Other $39.50 $31.03 $38.28 $ Fire Inspectors and Investigators $25.13 $9.57 $25.77 $ Firefighters $24.79 $18.28 $25.58 $ First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers $35.17 $27.17 $32.82 $ First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers $34.26 $29.80 $34.14 $ First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers $18.98 $12.78 $18.71 $ First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand $23.57 $18.12 $23.66 $ First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers $21.30 $16.73 $19.91 $ First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers $22.17 $16.26 $18.18 $ First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers $29.10 $18.74 $28.67 $36.30 Page 4 of 12

5 First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers $50.22 $27.85 $33.58 $ First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers $25.71 $19.96 $24.68 $ First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers $21.14 $16.67 $20.17 $ First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives $39.05 $33.32 $39.02 $ First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers $35.19 $23.40 $33.98 $ First-Line Supervisors of Protective Service Workers, All Other $22.83 $16.93 $21.02 $ First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers $21.54 $16.15 $20.24 $25.27 First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators $26.84 $19.54 $25.63 $ Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors $16.19 $9.61 $11.85 $ Floral Designers $14.31 $12.38 $13.99 $ Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations $11.93 $9.32 $10.07 $ Food Preparation Workers $11.19 $9.41 $10.13 $ Food Servers, Nonrestaurant $11.94 $9.55 $11.21 $ Food Service Managers $35.71 $24.75 $39.04 $ Foundry Mold and Coremakers $17.02 $14.00 $16.36 $ Fundraisers $26.68 $19.46 $25.01 $ Funeral Attendants $11.37 $9.25 $10.59 $ Gaming Managers $45.76 $28.38 $35.00 $ General and Operations Managers $57.81 $35.08 $47.29 $ Graphic Designers $20.76 $17.37 $19.95 $ Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists $14.20 $9.84 $12.86 $ Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other $27.17 $19.46 $25.29 $ Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations $41.69 $26.31 $35.48 $ Healthcare Social Workers $27.85 $22.09 $26.45 $ Healthcare Support Occupations $15.96 $12.65 $14.51 $ Healthcare Support Workers, All Other $18.65 $15.27 $18.59 $ Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers $23.00 $18.38 $23.20 $ Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers $21.03 $17.23 $21.03 $ Helpers--Carpenters $17.58 $12.92 $14.39 $ Helpers--Electricians $12.21 $9.34 $9.55 $ Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers $15.34 $12.40 $14.73 $ Helpers--Production Workers $15.31 $11.02 $15.64 $ Highway Maintenance Workers $23.60 $20.54 $23.41 $27.10 Page 5 of 12

6 Home Appliance Repairers $17.54 $15.34 $17.02 $ Home Health Aides $12.95 $11.02 $12.85 $ Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop $10.27 $9.29 $9.48 $ Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks $11.13 $9.64 $10.76 $ Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping $20.07 $17.48 $20.06 $ Human Resources Managers $59.32 $42.09 $50.01 $ Human Resources Specialists $28.22 $19.50 $27.03 $ Industrial Engineering Technicians $26.11 $21.32 $26.51 $ Industrial Engineers $35.74 $27.22 $33.46 $ Industrial Machinery Mechanics $29.14 $19.88 $29.43 $ Industrial Production Managers $53.02 $40.87 $49.64 $ Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators $16.01 $10.86 $14.96 $ Information and Record Clerks, All Other $18.62 $13.40 $18.05 $ Information Security Analysts $52.88 $32.43 $37.75 $ Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers $24.11 $18.37 $22.54 $ Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations $23.29 $17.00 $22.16 $ Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other $24.78 $22.65 $24.63 $ Instructional Coordinators $37.49 $28.42 $36.90 $ Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks $18.15 $16.03 $17.61 $ Insurance Sales Agents $25.66 $17.24 $21.49 $ Insurance Underwriters $40.08 $30.48 $36.44 $ Internists, General $99.00 $77.01 # # Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners $13.63 $10.31 $12.22 $ Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education $67,000 $50,860 $64,700 $85, Labor Relations Specialists $11.65 $9.27 $9.38 $ Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand $15.63 $11.16 $14.55 $ Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers $13.77 $10.59 $13.10 $ Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $22.58 $18.44 $21.99 $ Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers $11.35 $9.95 $10.93 $ Lawyers $62.73 $43.77 $53.89 $ Legal Occupations $41.96 $22.36 $31.49 $ Legal Secretaries $19.03 $16.31 $18.18 $ Legal Support Workers, All Other $21.83 $16.86 $22.02 $27.07 Page 6 of 12

7 Librarians $28.83 $23.25 $28.42 $ Library Assistants, Clerical $14.32 $11.06 $13.45 $ Library Technicians $16.26 $12.98 $14.95 $ Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses $26.35 $24.21 $26.51 $ Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service Workers $11.60 $9.85 $10.99 $ Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers $17.48 $10.86 $14.11 $ Loan Interviewers and Clerks $20.09 $16.48 $19.38 $ Loan Officers $35.61 $23.99 $29.90 $ Lodging Managers $35.46 $19.57 $28.57 $ Logisticians $34.16 $26.07 $33.09 $ Machinists $25.24 $20.93 $25.16 $ Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners $11.39 $9.44 $10.59 $ Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service $14.65 $10.85 $14.79 $ Maintenance and Repair Workers, General $20.03 $15.21 $19.43 $ Maintenance Workers, Machinery $25.12 $20.82 $25.61 $ Management Analysts $42.71 $33.34 $41.77 $ Management Occupations $57.44 $36.59 $50.44 $ Managers, All Other $56.44 $45.07 $51.21 $ Manicurists and Pedicurists $12.35 $9.29 $10.58 $ Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists $24.12 $17.68 $22.53 $ Marketing Managers $53.60 $35.88 $47.42 $ Marriage and Family Therapists $25.62 $18.16 $22.78 $ Massage Therapists $18.32 $10.74 $17.02 $ Mechanical Drafters $29.63 $25.07 $28.11 $ Mechanical Engineering Technicians $31.70 $25.36 $29.81 $ Mechanical Engineers $41.33 $31.45 $40.75 $ Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians $26.30 $18.85 $25.25 $ Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists $34.06 $28.88 $34.04 $ Medical and Health Services Managers $52.98 $39.99 $51.20 $ Medical Assistants $16.49 $13.92 $16.31 $ Medical Records and Health Information Technicians $23.60 $17.40 $22.33 $ Medical Secretaries $18.75 $15.44 $18.50 $ Medical Transcriptionists $22.28 $19.09 $22.07 $ Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners $22.59 $16.45 $21.26 $27.87 Page 7 of 12

8 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers $31.56 $23.14 $32.75 $ Mental Health Counselors $26.62 $16.41 $27.56 $ Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers $12.80 $9.23 $12.28 $ Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education $74,180 $62,200 $75,850 $88, Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $21.52 $20.33 $21.84 $ Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines $23.80 $21.08 $22.70 $27.03 Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $15.97 $14.75 $16.20 $ Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians $21.93 $17.49 $20.43 $ Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $18.99 $15.21 $18.46 $ Network and Computer Systems Administrators $36.43 $30.11 $36.53 $ Nonfarm Animal Caretakers $13.42 $9.76 $11.31 $ Nuclear Engineers $53.26 $44.49 $53.64 $ Nurse Practitioners $49.27 $42.19 $48.34 $ Nursing Assistants $14.47 $12.45 $13.81 $ Occupational Health and Safety Specialists $38.30 $32.27 $39.45 $ Occupational Therapists $41.18 $35.00 $41.39 $ Occupational Therapy Assistants $29.85 $26.43 $29.70 $ Office and Administrative Support Occupations $18.12 $12.26 $16.99 $ Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other $13.42 $9.38 $9.64 $ Office Clerks, General $15.70 $10.99 $15.00 $ Office Machine Operators, Except Computer $14.43 $10.45 $13.12 $ Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators $27.99 $22.11 $26.32 $ Operations Research Analysts $51.86 $38.44 $54.45 $ Ophthalmic Medical Technicians $16.96 $14.61 $16.85 $ Order Clerks $17.32 $12.74 $16.80 $ Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders $12.49 $9.62 $11.51 $ Packers and Packagers, Hand $11.88 $9.54 $10.92 $ Painters, Construction and Maintenance $19.32 $15.59 $18.87 $ Painters, Transportation Equipment $26.90 $25.79 $27.70 $ Paralegals and Legal Assistants $22.03 $20.01 $21.88 $ Parts Salespersons $14.73 $11.01 $13.67 $ Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks $18.22 $14.08 $18.28 $ Personal Care Aides $13.24 $10.68 $12.69 $15.17 Page 8 of 12

9 Personal Care and Service Occupations $14.27 $9.36 $10.52 $ Personal Financial Advisors $48.92 $25.94 $39.13 $ Pest Control Workers $18.56 $15.71 $17.70 $ Pharmacists $57.13 $52.15 $58.09 $ Pharmacy Technicians $16.11 $13.00 $15.58 $ Photographers $22.50 $16.24 $20.80 $ Physical Scientists, All Other $52.18 $44.76 $50.12 $ Physical Therapist Aides $13.24 $11.08 $13.04 $ Physical Therapist Assistants $20.78 $12.26 $21.87 $ Physical Therapists $41.17 $35.04 $40.20 $ Physician Assistants $54.44 $43.66 $48.58 $ Physicians and Surgeons, All Other $99.66 $82.88 # # Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters $28.19 $23.95 $27.15 $ Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers $29.64 $25.08 $29.32 $ Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers $23.51 $19.91 $23.81 $ Postal Service Clerks $24.09 $19.14 $27.30 $ Postal Service Mail Carriers $24.46 $20.13 $27.76 $ Postsecondary Teachers, All Other $67,390 $52,600 $57,820 $65, Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education $17.19 $12.61 $16.19 $ Printing Press Operators $20.33 $14.09 $19.79 $ Procurement Clerks $20.88 $18.86 $20.88 $ Producers and Directors $26.19 $11.23 $22.49 $ Production Occupations $23.68 $15.19 $21.75 $ Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks $29.07 $22.79 $28.82 $ Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers $34.37 $26.30 $29.25 $ Protective Service Occupations $22.49 $13.98 $22.52 $ Protective Service Workers, All Other $18.25 $11.43 $15.14 $ Public Relations and Fundraising Managers $55.74 $28.01 $42.46 $ Public Relations Specialists $32.75 $22.64 $32.08 $ Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products $34.13 $25.86 $30.77 $ Purchasing Managers $47.59 $30.67 $42.77 $ Radiologic Technologists $33.14 $27.01 $33.85 $ Real Estate Sales Agents $23.36 $14.28 $16.97 $ Receptionists and Information Clerks $13.68 $10.77 $13.14 $16.19 Page 9 of 12

10 Recreation Workers $13.12 $9.98 $11.69 $ Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors $18.70 $15.00 $18.08 $ Registered Nurses $35.74 $29.38 $36.32 $ Rehabilitation Counselors $24.59 $16.93 $26.54 $ Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks $13.52 $9.62 $12.04 $ Residential Advisors $15.80 $13.19 $14.77 $ Respiratory Therapists $33.48 $27.36 $34.41 $ Retail Salespersons $12.43 $9.45 $10.89 $ Riggers $23.08 $20.44 $23.19 $ Sales and Related Occupations $16.47 $9.69 $11.84 $ Sales Managers $54.91 $23.83 $46.81 $ Sales Representatives, Services, All Other $26.75 $17.17 $24.87 $31.30 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products $35.51 $25.09 $32.63 $45.60 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products $45.08 $27.96 $41.13 $ Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education $69,680 $55,740 $70,850 $86, Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive $19.77 $16.13 $19.52 $ Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents $55.61 $18.27 $34.04 $ Security Guards $13.72 $10.53 $12.80 $ Self-Enrichment Education Teachers $17.38 $10.92 $14.17 $ Sewing Machine Operators $14.14 $11.43 $13.34 $ Sheet Metal Workers $22.67 $16.02 $21.84 $ Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks $16.70 $13.53 $16.16 $ Skincare Specialists $19.77 $9.85 $15.61 $ Social and Community Service Managers $30.41 $22.30 $27.64 $ Social and Human Service Assistants $18.33 $13.77 $17.09 $ Software Developers, Applications $42.28 $32.10 $41.07 $ Software Developers, Systems Software $50.85 $40.04 $47.33 $ Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School $72,730 $60,040 $73,040 $87, Special Education Teachers, Middle School $69,420 $55,030 $71,000 $86, Special Education Teachers, Secondary School $76,040 $63,970 $79,630 $92, Speech-Language Pathologists $41.62 $33.85 $40.85 $48.13 Page 10 of 12

11 Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators $26.20 $24.06 $24.67 $ Stock Clerks and Order Fillers $12.73 $9.50 $11.18 $ Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors $21.68 $14.17 $21.58 $ Substitute Teachers $11.98 $10.31 $11.25 $ Surgical Technologists $26.88 $21.87 $25.79 $ Surveyors $28.67 $24.48 $27.46 $ Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service $14.35 $11.61 $13.75 $ Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents $33.51 $26.02 $34.79 $ Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs $12.32 $10.15 $11.45 $ Teacher Assistants $32,320 $27,770 $31,850 $36, Teachers and Instructors, All Other, Except Substitute Teachers $95,230 $69,530 $92,930 $122, Team Assemblers $15.47 $11.54 $14.20 $ Technical Writers $46.03 $30.49 $52.16 $ Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line Installers $28.42 $24.66 $27.79 $ Tellers $15.05 $12.12 $14.15 $ Tire Repairers and Changers $13.02 $10.42 $11.74 $ Tool and Die Makers $26.13 $22.87 $26.69 $ Training and Development Specialists $39.46 $26.77 $38.84 $ Transportation and Material Moving Occupations $16.48 $11.04 $14.99 $ Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers $47.32 $35.98 $47.59 $ Travel Agents $21.92 $17.02 $19.48 $ Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials $21,890 $19,110 $19,180 $20, Upholsterers $16.47 $11.28 $14.10 $ Urban and Regional Planners $39.44 $33.34 $37.85 $ Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers $9.67 $9.27 $9.39 $ Veterinarians $51.62 $31.61 $38.77 $ Veterinary Technologists and Technicians $21.90 $16.51 $20.80 $ Waiters and Waitresses $10.19 $9.22 $9.31 $ Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators $30.35 $26.06 $32.54 $ Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers $21.56 $18.31 $21.47 $ Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $18.38 $13.98 $18.66 $ Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products $26.05 $20.50 $25.64 $ Writers and Authors $33.29 $22.04 $36.75 $43.51 Page 11 of 12

12 Wages are from May 2015 OES Survey. Annual salaries reported for occupations with non-standard work weeks. #: indicates a wage greater than $ per hour or $208,000 per year Page 12 of 12

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