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Occupational Employment and Wages (1Q 2015): New Haven Labor Market Area
  New Haven Labor Market Area - Occupational Employment and Wages (OES) 1st Quarter 2015
New Haven Labor Market Area Occupational Employment and Wages provides accurate and meaningful wage information to employers, job seekers, counselors, students, planners of vocational education programs, economic developers, Regional Workforce Development Boards, and others. Employers may find the data useful as a guide in analyzing pay scales; job seekers and students could utilize the information in making employment and career decisions; program planners should be aware of employment and wage levels in determining training programs to be offered.
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 Management Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Total all occupations275,45020.9943,66926.1454,37011.5223,9499.7920,38246.6797,061
Management Occupations15,57052.19108,54558.40121,48432.1166,79027.7157,644>90.00>187,200
Administrative Services Managers80042.6888,77343.9391,36929.9462,28827.1856,54961.14127,182
Advertising and Promotions Managers3041.4686,22853.53111,33427.9458,12124.0750,070>90.00>187,200
Architectural and Engineering Managers42059.76124,31360.18125,18546.3396,34742.8689,14880.41167,244
Chief Executives19087.03181,01492.72192,84755.27114,97451.88107,917>90.00>187,200
Compensation and Benefits Managers4045.9395,54651.78107,71431.9266,40530.6663,76886.71180,365
Computer and Information Systems Managers85053.60111,48654.90114,17340.4684,14939.2981,72675.09156,202
Construction Managers38053.24110,73658.07120,78439.6482,43637.2477,45789.17185,475
Education Administrators, All Other3041.8186,94845.0193,62029.0160,34126.6355,38369.28144,105
Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School490N/A126,046N/A115,552N/A80,185N/A64,357N/A152,815
Education Administrators, Postsecondary690N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/Program22020.4042,43524.4350,81016.3634,01915.5432,32542.9989,422
Emergency Management Directors2031.5165,54327.6557,5029.2419,2159.1519,02245.8295,303
Financial Managers1,39056.03116,54662.26129,49437.3277,64034.0270,765>90.00>187,200
Food Service Managers42026.4755,06927.8157,85718.1637,78016.4434,18142.3188,002
General and Operations Managers3,82062.99131,01572.85151,52735.5073,83730.4963,414>90.00>187,200
Human Resources Managers22050.12104,24653.32110,90831.4665,45223.3048,46884.91176,623
Industrial Production Managers49053.77111,83156.03116,53537.6778,34934.5571,86079.73165,845
Legislators30N/A20,219N/A34,363N/A19,083N/A18,718N/A76,960
Lodging ManagersN/A25.6753,40626.1354,34919.6840,93419.4140,36634.5071,738
Managers, All Other60048.86101,64053.49111,25333.3169,27430.2162,82679.72165,804
Marketing Managers49059.05122,82260.60126,05738.5180,10435.1173,02689.42185,992
Medical and Health Services Managers1,15052.33108,83957.94120,52037.5678,11635.3073,41187.98183,011
Natural Sciences Managers42046.3296,33757.17118,90833.6169,91331.9666,486>90.00>187,200
Postmasters and Mail Superintendents2037.8578,72538.7880,66133.8670,42032.5867,76444.7493,042
Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers39027.6357,47230.4363,30221.1644,01620.1041,80645.0993,802
Public Relations and Fundraising Managers8046.5896,89553.46111,18234.1170,93729.2460,83883.01172,659
Purchasing Managers17051.85107,84658.45121,57535.1073,01631.9566,44590.53188,294
Sales Managers81057.99120,61259.99124,75935.5173,85732.4867,56189.66186,489
Social and Community Service Managers59032.6967,98733.8970,49123.3348,52921.0443,75349.52102,999
Training and Development Managers10058.47121,59560.11125,02237.2877,53833.6569,99488.82184,755
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers17049.93103,86162.97130,97428.3258,91226.2854,663>90.00>187,200
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 Business Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Business and Financial Operations Occupations10,43033.3069,26435.1673,12722.1045,97319.8541,28952.40108,992
Accountants and Auditors1,97033.7670,19736.1175,09524.4650,87122.4946,78552.67109,539
Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate7035.5373,90835.5673,95922.8247,47418.9039,32253.07110,391
Budget Analysts8042.9489,31043.6090,70032.6567,90531.2865,05659.96124,708
Business Operations Specialists, All Other91037.0176,98137.8078,62323.3048,45820.0241,62355.08114,558
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators63033.5869,85233.6469,98424.6351,22622.4846,75446.2596,195
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists15034.7272,21535.3573,51324.5451,03322.1246,01450.85105,767
Compliance Officers, ex. Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety, and Transportation32035.2273,24938.7280,52925.1652,33123.5348,95456.28117,053
Cost Estimators33033.1668,96034.6872,13423.1248,08220.8243,28654.37113,088
Credit Analysts7033.0768,77834.5071,74824.0650,03921.8345,41651.95108,049
Credit Counselors20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Financial Analysts41036.5776,06837.7178,44128.8860,06826.4755,06950.29104,601
Financial Examiners5028.3358,93229.1060,53423.2148,26520.8043,26638.5980,266
Financial Specialists, All Other14030.9664,38731.9366,41520.7243,09418.7939,07848.43100,728
Fundraisers12021.4944,69624.5551,05316.5034,30315.6932,63037.9879,008
Human Resources Specialists83031.8766,29333.6169,91321.0243,72218.1437,73047.2798,325
Insurance Underwriters20032.8268,27133.7070,11622.1346,04420.1241,83646.4796,662
Labor Relations Specialists22030.2662,92727.0556,26512.8126,6379.2119,15438.6180,306
Loan Officers20036.3575,61241.5386,38020.8343,30717.6036,61471.99149,733
Logisticians11032.5367,66234.7672,29625.9153,88225.3852,78750.14104,297
Management Analysts73038.3379,72839.9183,00322.2746,30818.2437,94358.97122,650
Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists98029.4461,23431.1664,80319.4440,43718.0537,53749.74103,455
Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners9028.8159,91529.1460,62519.3240,17318.2337,91242.4088,205
Personal Financial Advisors29037.2477,45750.83105,71624.3050,54622.5246,845>90.00>187,200
Purchasing Agents, ex. Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products62030.9864,43832.1766,91222.1846,13620.4642,55646.0595,779
Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents11043.9491,38942.6788,75326.2754,64323.9749,86759.05122,822
Tax Preparers11017.0435,44816.7934,9319.5519,8649.1218,96124.3150,567
Training and Development Specialists46033.2469,14334.2971,33322.4546,69319.5140,57951.54107,207
Wholesale and Retail Buyers, ex. Farm Products14028.6059,49028.6659,62118.1137,67916.1233,53243.1089,645
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 Computer Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Computer and Mathematical Occupations5,23037.9879,01938.9380,97624.2250,38421.4744,63559.04122,812
ActuariesN/A58.50121,66660.59126,04640.1383,48037.4977,97490.85188,973
Computer and Information Research Scientists2044.0291,55145.5194,65431.9666,48630.4063,23165.72136,693
Computer Network Architects11049.52102,99949.05102,02638.1379,30234.9672,72263.02131,076
Computer Network Support Specialists6034.7072,16435.3573,52319.0139,55513.7728,64558.24121,149
Computer Occupations, All Other11039.3181,75639.4782,10127.1656,50823.4248,72156.96118,492
Computer Programmers49036.8676,65637.2477,47725.6653,38522.1946,14653.49111,263
Computer Systems Analysts78044.6992,94045.2494,10634.5771,89031.6965,90859.62124,019
Computer User Support Specialists1,21026.3654,83526.6355,38318.6638,81516.9135,18537.1777,305
Database Administrators25038.0379,11040.7484,73730.5463,52528.0458,31358.75122,204
Information Security Analysts3046.3296,33745.4594,52234.3371,40429.4861,31559.92124,617
Network and Computer Systems Administrators44037.9578,94839.5282,21328.9860,27026.3754,86656.46117,428
Operations Research Analysts3053.25110,77647.3298,42627.5457,27926.2454,57267.31139,989
Software Developers, Applications92044.2492,00844.7493,06227.0056,16424.4950,93269.51144,562
Software Developers, Systems Software47042.8689,14844.2291,96735.2073,22932.7768,15959.23123,177
Statisticians8043.9091,31846.4396,57033.1268,87931.2665,01666.64138,610
Web Developers14021.8445,43626.1454,37914.5430,24713.2027,44845.0493,691
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 Architecture and Engineering Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Architecture and Engineering Occupations4,82035.8674,59837.0977,15323.9149,73521.7645,25355.24114,893
Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians1033.4269,51832.7268,04723.3548,57921.1644,01644.3492,220
Aerospace Engineers5037.0277,00141.2985,87332.4667,52030.7663,98158.65122,001
Architects, ex. Landscape and Naval33033.9770,66335.6674,17224.2550,44522.0045,76053.43111,141
Architectural and Civil Drafters22027.3356,83328.1458,52620.6142,87119.2340,01139.7182,578
Biomedical Engineers2049.66103,29349.32102,57332.2667,10427.1756,51970.84147,330
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists3026.5655,23126.8355,80919.5740,71118.4338,34837.1177,193
Chemical Engineers7044.3792,29149.20102,34033.5369,74128.7359,74369.44144,420
Civil Engineering Technicians5025.9053,86225.6953,44617.0835,50916.2233,75536.0875,034
Civil Engineers55037.8978,80638.0979,24228.5659,41925.9553,98451.78107,704
Computer Hardware Engineers7046.9097,54446.9497,63536.1075,09533.1268,87961.14127,182
Electrical and Electronics Drafters6025.9153,89226.2254,53117.1435,64111.7524,44738.1579,343
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians41027.0156,18426.6555,41318.1037,65916.6134,54636.2675,429
Electrical Engineers44043.4390,32445.4194,43131.1764,82327.3956,95570.81147,269
Electro-Mechanical Technicians4027.6457,49228.0658,36421.0043,68219.2740,07237.7078,410
Electronics Engineers, ex. Computer18043.0889,60445.0993,78232.3767,31731.4765,47265.95137,170
Engineering Technicians, ex. Drafters, All Other6028.6659,62130.3463,09922.8647,55520.2542,12043.6390,750
Engineers, All Other11050.70105,46351.16106,42639.7882,75039.3881,92965.59136,430
Environmental Engineering Technicians7022.6447,09924.0149,93819.8141,20819.0839,69733.4869,650
Environmental Engineers8037.7278,47143.5090,47627.3656,89425.8253,69067.86141,165
Health and Safety Engineers, ex. Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors3035.7474,35437.9078,83627.4457,07626.1854,46055.30115,025
Industrial Engineering Technicians17030.1662,72431.6365,77619.8641,31916.6934,71845.9095,475
Industrial Engineers93040.3183,82541.2985,87331.0064,46829.6161,58857.76120,135
Landscape Architects2037.9178,84641.5386,38029.7061,77126.5955,30259.79124,373
Mechanical Drafters12025.3152,63523.9949,90815.0031,20013.2427,53934.5771,901
Mechanical Engineering Technicians6031.2865,05631.6265,76621.2344,16819.3140,15345.6694,978
Mechanical Engineers48036.9176,77838.0979,23226.6655,45423.9949,89756.44117,397
Surveying and Mapping Technicians4022.9247,66724.8851,76318.9539,42317.3236,01634.9272,631
Surveyors10028.1358,49630.5063,44419.8241,23816.5434,39445.8395,323
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 Life, Physical and Social Science Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations2,99034.6872,14438.3079,65722.1346,03420.1841,96859.67124,110
Biochemists and Biophysicists2060.12125,03271.18148,06048.58101,03247.6899,156>90.00>187,200
Chemical Technicians23022.4046,58223.7549,39016.0233,32915.1931,59536.1775,226
Chemists72044.0691,64247.2198,19327.6257,45124.8651,70270.35146,336
Clinical, Counseling and School Psychologists37041.9187,17143.1889,82727.7157,64425.2152,43256.23116,961
Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health2018.6538,78423.0247,88015.8032,85315.3331,87935.2473,300
Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health8034.5371,81936.6976,30128.3158,89125.3052,61561.32127,557
Life Scientists, All Other3049.23102,39149.28102,49229.9162,20727.1156,39776.00158,078
Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other5022.9847,78823.7149,29918.1937,84117.3836,15831.2264,935
Medical Scientists, ex. Epidemiologists29045.0393,66051.25106,59936.7876,49433.8970,49182.92172,466
Microbiologists5042.0487,43543.7991,08527.0656,29625.9153,89268.53142,554
Social Science Research Assistants2018.4738,42922.6347,07917.0035,35715.7832,82235.5173,847
Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other5038.3579,74943.3990,23325.0552,08821.9045,55883.45173,561
Survey Researchers1033.6970,08634.9772,74222.2646,28820.3542,33354.24112,814
Urban and Regional Planners7036.4875,88536.4075,71329.5461,43626.8355,79946.5896,885
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 Community and Social Services Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Community and Social Services Occupations5,79023.0347,89024.8151,60114.1329,40512.9026,83040.6784,585
Child, Family, and School Social Workers77031.1964,86430.3663,14018.4738,42916.1533,59342.8089,016
Clergy7035.7774,40533.1368,89921.8745,49720.0441,66445.0893,772
Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other12022.7847,39324.9451,87517.3836,14815.1731,55538.0379,110
Community Health WorkersN/A18.9439,38324.0449,99915.7932,84215.2731,75845.2994,208
Counselors, All Other5030.4063,23130.2862,96724.8051,58123.9249,75537.5578,096
Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors89021.2844,27025.0552,08812.8726,76912.2925,57243.2990,030
Health Educators10026.9756,09326.9255,99118.3338,13516.1533,60337.4977,974
Healthcare Social Workers35035.1373,07735.5974,03024.1650,25222.3246,41951.96108,059
Marriage and Family TherapistsN/A25.6253,29427.4257,03620.4542,53619.5140,57936.2375,358
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers37027.1256,41726.0654,19716.7834,90115.9133,09636.5676,048
Mental Health Counselors25017.4636,33018.4438,36912.5126,02911.4623,82826.2154,521
Rehabilitation Counselors54024.1350,20223.9349,78613.2727,60012.6926,40437.1377,224
Social and Human Service Assistants1,37017.1635,69218.1637,78012.5126,02912.0024,95426.2854,673
Social Workers, All Other8035.0572,91433.2769,19322.2746,31817.2935,94543.2990,040
Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors41018.3638,18620.6042,85012.9626,94112.3225,63333.3469,345
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 Legal Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Legal Occupations2,15039.9583,10545.4194,44122.0045,76018.3938,25776.59159,294
Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates50N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Lawyers1,27053.38111,03056.38117,26532.1466,85127.4257,02688.57184,218
Legal Support Workers, All Other5025.0152,03729.0060,32117.9637,36516.5734,45552.29108,758
Paralegals and Legal Assistants65024.2250,38425.7453,54817.3636,09716.1933,67438.2579,546
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 Education, Training and Library Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Education, Training and Library Occupations25,58028.4359,14534.1871,08914.2029,51711.3823,65658.71122,112
Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Ins19028.3859,03327.3956,96513.6328,3519.4619,68143.6390,760
Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary30N/A62,521N/A65,178N/A54,673N/A51,591N/A84,707
ArchivistsN/A17.8337,07120.4842,59716.7734,88115.5432,33533.2469,132
Audio-Visual and Multimedia Collections Specialists2021.2444,18923.8849,67416.0433,37015.8432,94442.3188,012
Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle School50N/A82,071N/A75,176N/A53,771N/A47,383N/A96,063
Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School130N/A74,375N/A74,618N/A56,356N/A51,216N/A97,169
Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary50N/A73,655N/A79,140N/A53,122N/A51,976N/A119,993
Communications Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A66,760N/A69,660N/A44,615N/A41,765N/A105,848
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary60N/A85,914N/A98,649N/A53,487N/A50,587N/A161,191
Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary40N/A64,488N/A73,594N/A42,120N/A40,437N/A122,163
Economics Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A92,677N/A101,093N/A80,692N/A76,930N/A144,065
Education Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A68,879N/A72,874N/A44,888N/A41,431N/A115,663
Education, Training and Library Workers, All Other7021.5944,89922.3046,38913.8628,82711.8024,53830.7263,910
Elementary School Teachers, ex. Special Education2,250N/A72,965N/A70,816N/A49,543N/A46,572N/A95,587
Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary90N/A89,848N/A102,451N/A55,424N/A52,807N/A171,209
English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary170N/A81,097N/A85,549N/A49,330N/A44,838N/A136,602
History Teachers, Postsecondary50N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Instructional Coordinators15036.1675,19637.5778,13622.5046,80521.0343,74356.95118,472
Kindergarten Teachers, ex. Special Education530N/A78,380N/A76,981N/A51,053N/A46,369N/A112,125
Librarians54036.2375,35836.1675,20623.7849,45121.9245,58851.47107,055
Library Technicians37022.1946,14621.6745,06111.9624,8839.6820,13733.2469,132
Middle School Teachers, ex. Special and Career/Technical Educa1,800N/A75,135N/A72,641N/A52,868N/A49,330N/A95,516
Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary320N/A78,542N/A85,782N/A63,109N/A57,624N/A118,969
Postsecondary Teachers, All OtherN/AN/A70,593N/A79,343N/A48,437N/A45,132N/A124,019
Preschool Teachers, ex. Special Education1,20014.6330,43917.0535,47911.5724,06110.3021,42527.5057,198
Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary90N/A80,763N/A80,458N/A63,373N/A58,242N/A98,973
Secondary School Teachers, ex. Special and Career/Technical Ed2,360N/A73,310N/A71,890N/A51,611N/A48,975N/A95,779
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers55021.3144,33121.5944,9099.6620,1079.1919,11336.4375,784
Special Education Teachers, All Other30N/A75,074N/A74,831N/A55,495N/A53,304N/A96,662
Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School480N/A75,754N/A72,773N/A50,901N/A49,096N/A96,834
Special Education Teachers, Middle School260N/A76,585N/A72,326N/A48,823N/A45,345N/A96,702
Special Education Teachers, PreschoolN/AN/A37,679N/A51,074N/A29,294N/A27,347N/A102,725
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School320N/A64,417N/A65,857N/A46,592N/A43,520N/A92,920
Substitute Teachers1,61013.2527,56013.2227,50911.0723,02710.3121,45615.4232,072
Teacher Assistants3,770N/A26,485N/A28,503N/A20,046N/A19,052N/A42,090
Teachers and Instructors, All Other, ex. Substitute Teachers270N/A57,259N/A56,803N/A41,735N/A35,104N/A76,808
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary11024.3050,54625.0752,13819.0639,64617.6436,69634.8772,519
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 Arts,Design,Entertainment,Sports,Media Occupations -New Haven LMA 1Q2015
Occupations
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations2,94023.0147,84925.7453,54812.3125,6039.6620,09742.5288,428
Art Directors4037.4977,96439.3281,77727.6957,60422.9147,64655.82116,099
Audio and Video Equipment Technicians25022.6447,10922.8647,55513.7628,61412.5826,18134.7872,337
Broadcast Technicians4018.5938,65222.1546,05413.2627,59010.9922,86536.1875,257
Coaches and Scouts760N/A37,557N/A47,849N/A20,006N/A19,093N/A86,826
Commercial and Industrial Designers5033.5569,78135.1173,02621.5644,84816.3533,98855.38115,197
Editors19028.1858,60728.7559,78418.1937,84116.5334,38443.6290,740
Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and IllustratorsN/A17.4136,21919.4140,35616.7734,88115.4632,16331.4065,320
Floral Designers7016.1833,65417.1735,70212.9826,99212.3325,63325.7353,517
Graphic Designers35026.8755,90027.0356,21417.9237,26315.5932,43737.4777,934
Interior Designers3023.1148,06223.3648,60015.8632,9849.6320,02632.9368,494
Interpreters and Translators2026.0454,15627.7357,68521.2044,10820.2942,20138.8480,773
Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other2035.0072,80329.3561,06114.8130,81513.1527,35739.3181,766
Media and Communication Workers, All Other5034.8772,52934.5471,84026.3154,72423.4648,80245.1293,843
Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers17010.9922,85513.2427,5509.2619,2559.0618,86021.3544,412
Music Directors and Composers6025.4853,00030.3863,20115.5232,29515.3932,02147.1998,142
Photographers6026.5155,14027.0156,19416.2733,85612.0124,96438.1779,373
Producers and Directors11029.1260,56437.6578,30919.1839,91016.4934,29256.82118,198
Public Relations Specialists20022.7247,25126.6855,48413.9228,95912.8526,71845.8495,343
Reporters and Correspondents8016.6434,61717.8737,17211.7824,51810.3021,42527.5057,198
Sound Engineering Technicians1027.7557,71528.6359,56125.7153,48724.2450,43537.3177,609
Technical Writers6037.6678,33941.1985,66023.3848,63017.6536,71657.76120,125
Writers and Authors50N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
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 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations20,43036.1175,10539.7982,76023.5849,05621.1744,02757.91120,439
Athletic Trainers90N/A45,446N/A47,231N/A24,193N/A21,750N/A72,681
Audiologists2035.6874,22336.2075,29733.3769,40631.1164,71144.3292,180
Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians10031.8166,15132.2767,12526.2654,63325.1552,29042.6088,611
ChiropractorsN/A40.6284,48448.0399,89625.6753,39622.7847,38378.71163,736
Dental Hygienists69039.3381,81737.7778,55230.4863,39327.7757,75646.3196,317
Dentists, General16058.78122,25478.70163,70543.6090,70041.8487,019>90.00>187,200
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers29038.7680,62138.0879,21131.1564,78229.9662,32947.0997,949
Dietetic Technicians4022.4646,71422.3746,53117.9337,29416.5834,48528.7559,784
Dietitians and Nutritionists14032.7168,03733.5169,71025.0852,15924.4250,78043.2689,969
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics80020.1441,88720.3242,26213.3827,8339.6220,01628.6659,632
Exercise Physiologists2033.1268,87931.3765,25921.5144,74617.7236,86841.4486,187
Family and General Practitioners12085.39177,60786.23179,35144.0291,55125.2952,605>90.00>187,200
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other10038.2579,55640.6984,64629.7661,89329.8562,09558.17121,007
Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other9028.0058,22227.5357,25918.8339,14917.2035,76336.7476,413
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other8040.2383,69338.2479,53626.0554,18622.3446,46049.14102,208
Internists, General14063.13131,30975.61157,26727.6557,51226.2054,501>90.00>187,200
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses1,48027.0856,33627.0056,16423.5548,98521.6545,02033.5069,670
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists5036.5776,06837.5077,99429.3861,12226.7755,67750.73105,524
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians38021.9645,67922.2646,29816.0833,45114.2829,68930.0862,582
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists99034.4771,70834.6472,04227.9358,11126.1254,33944.9293,437
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians30024.9651,91524.6751,30718.0937,61815.9033,07632.8968,423
Nuclear Medicine Technologists8036.2475,38936.1875,23626.7355,58623.3348,53947.9699,754
Nurse Midwives2052.86109,94551.65107,44048.33100,50545.0493,68158.75122,183
Nurse Practitioners53048.72101,34648.97101,85339.5282,20237.5478,07662.09129,139
Occupational Health and Safety Specialists12039.8882,94340.1583,53127.9158,06024.7051,37856.27117,042
Occupational Health and Safety Technicians3031.1364,75227.2556,66114.7330,65213.4928,03640.0383,277
Occupational Therapists33042.2687,91142.7188,82433.7970,26832.6667,93657.27119,121
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians13019.0039,52420.5342,69816.5334,38415.6032,46728.0258,273
Opticians, Dispensing18025.2052,42224.5751,10417.4536,29016.1433,58334.0570,816
Optometrists3059.25123,22872.18150,14833.9770,64317.1835,722>90.00>187,200
Pediatricians, General9048.88101,67158.62121,92042.8289,07740.4784,17088.67184,441
Pharmacists37054.89114,15352.85109,91439.7982,76032.6867,97670.27146,153
Pharmacy Technicians48018.1137,66918.8839,26113.9128,92912.1825,32926.8555,849
Physical Therapists82042.7888,98645.3294,26934.9172,62032.7968,20060.77126,381
Physician Assistants41050.40104,84450.69105,43237.7778,55238.9480,98670.84147,340
Physicians and Surgeons, All Other76088.72184,55286.25179,39140.6984,63631.8866,303>90.00>187,200
Podiatrists3044.3892,32267.29139,94821.9745,70022.0745,923>90.00>187,200
Psychiatric Technicians11021.9045,54721.4844,66515.6232,46714.4029,95327.2056,590
Psychiatrists120>90.00>187,200101.16210,41966.03137,33255.61115,653>90.00>187,200
Radiation TherapistsN/A49.56103,08054.71113,80840.0483,27738.3779,80973.39152,663
Radiologic Technologists and Technicians45029.7561,88329.7761,91323.5849,04621.7345,20337.7478,512
Recreational Therapists6020.4242,48524.1150,15117.1135,57016.1433,56237.7178,441
Registered Nurses7,46037.9979,01938.7080,48929.9662,31928.0258,28352.41109,022
Respiratory Therapists22033.8770,43034.6972,15427.1156,39725.9553,96345.8495,354
Respiratory Therapy TechniciansN/A22.5646,92624.3750,67817.2835,94516.4434,18135.0272,844
Speech-Language Pathologists30040.5784,37240.3283,84529.6761,71027.2156,61055.14114,690
Surgeons110>90.00>187,200101.66211,45340.0183,21626.7855,687>90.00>187,200
Surgical Technologists29027.8257,87727.6357,47222.9747,76820.6242,89135.3873,574
Veterinarians11046.6196,94663.42131,91730.9664,38730.3263,059>90.00>187,200
Veterinary Technologists and Technicians25017.3836,15818.1237,67914.5230,19613.2127,48924.7551,489
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 Healthcare Support Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
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Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Healthcare Support Occupations9,81015.0231,23816.2233,74111.9524,85110.7422,32722.9747,782
Dental Assistants61018.7438,98420.0441,69116.1133,51715.2931,79028.3258,889
Healthcare Support Workers, All Other23020.8543,36719.1339,79112.0925,14810.9222,71626.0354,138
Home Health Aides2,34013.0527,14012.9226,86410.2721,3679.3519,45615.5732,393
Massage TherapistsN/A11.8424,64717.6836,77610.6622,17410.0220,84629.1260,585
Medical Assistants1,12016.6634,64117.6336,65412.3325,64811.5424,00325.2852,584
Medical Equipment Preparers8019.7741,12918.7538,99414.4430,03213.1727,39623.3748,620
Medical Transcriptionists13020.9543,57220.8343,30615.2531,70814.2429,63428.1858,623
Nursing Assistants4,03015.4432,10615.9933,27112.6126,23111.9124,77021.6645,064
Occupational Therapy Assistants8030.6663,76330.7063,85527.1556,46725.6353,30036.7276,373
Orderlies21015.1931,60614.7730,71711.4123,74810.5121,86818.6038,677
Phlebotomists25017.9537,34918.4638,42215.8332,93415.0031,19723.2948,446
Physical Therapist Aides16012.9526,92613.7828,67310.7022,25610.2521,31618.3738,207
Physical Therapist Assistants12029.8362,03626.7955,73216.2233,72111.4123,74836.6876,291
Psychiatric Aides12017.4136,21417.7636,94012.7826,58811.0823,03224.5050,970
Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers27019.7241,02719.0039,50510.4521,7459.3619,46629.9562,292
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 Protective Service Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Protective Service Occupations6,07027.0556,26326.4354,95514.0929,31710.8522,56238.5280,123
Animal Control Workers6016.8435,02917.1135,57110.1921,1839.2519,24126.4755,037
Crossing Guards17011.6624,23813.3727,8049.3219,3749.1318,98621.4044,512
Detectives and Criminal Investigators19036.6176,15844.7893,13131.3865,27630.6263,70268.67142,824
Fire Inspectors and Investigators9033.5069,68031.1264,72416.9135,1729.5219,80345.6594,950
Firefighters64029.9062,20029.5561,46425.1252,24724.5050,97036.3775,647
First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers24035.9274,69737.3377,64032.2967,16631.2064,89848.16100,182
First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives42040.2983,80242.2787,92033.6569,98632.1266,79858.11120,864
First-Line Supervisors of Protective Service Workers, All Other9026.1054,28127.0056,15120.3742,35619.5440,63940.0383,260
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service Workers2809.8620,50810.9122,7059.2819,3039.0518,84313.6328,356
Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers1,42032.6567,90231.7165,96025.3952,83023.8549,61137.9378,897
Protective Service Workers, All Other18013.5228,12118.1537,7579.6520,0599.1919,11932.2066,962
Security Guards1,43014.6630,50216.5234,36510.8022,46010.0820,95825.5053,024
Transportation Security Screeners1021.4744,66520.6742,99916.7734,87616.2933,88424.2950,510
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 Food Preparation and Serving-Related Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Food Preparation and Serving-Related Occupations22,42010.5321,89812.1125,1999.2419,2119.0718,87417.6336,664
Bartenders1,2009.4419,63011.2623,4219.2419,2019.0018,72017.4136,225
Chefs and Head Cooks21022.4346,64724.8851,75716.9835,31515.3131,83136.6076,128
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food4,71010.2421,30611.4023,7079.3119,3549.0918,90415.8833,026
Cooks, All Other7016.0533,39417.6736,73512.8026,61912.1725,32127.7057,622
Cooks, Fast Food70011.4023,71711.7424,4229.5219,8039.1519,01714.8330,829
Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria67016.2633,80317.3136,00012.7726,56812.2725,52624.3450,622
Cooks, Restaurant1,77011.8924,73913.1027,25310.2521,3069.5419,85518.7739,035
Cooks, Short OrderN/A9.8520,49810.7722,3899.2819,2929.0518,83313.8428,765
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee ShopN/A9.6220,0089.9220,6319.2819,2929.0318,78211.4523,819
Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers670N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Dishwashers75010.1020,98910.8122,4919.2219,1809.0518,82214.0429,215
First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers1,39015.3031,81018.4838,43212.0124,96410.9022,67530.2962,987
Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other3011.3623,63512.5926,19010.7222,2979.9620,72317.1335,611
Food Preparation Workers1,92011.2623,42112.6626,3239.6219,9879.1719,05719.7741,140
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant71011.9224,79012.9126,83410.1221,0509.3719,49718.1337,706
Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop4709.7120,19211.0022,8699.2419,2219.0318,80215.2731,759
Waiters and Waitresses5,2409.5019,75210.6922,2259.2019,1299.0118,74114.1229,368
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 Building/Grounds Cleaning/Maintenance Occupations -New Haven LMA 1Q2015
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations9,02014.4530,05316.1833,63910.2221,2549.4419,65025.6353,300
First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers40029.0260,36128.0058,22517.6236,65414.8630,91137.7478,488
First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundsk21029.2060,73928.6659,61520.9743,60217.2835,93837.4077,804
Janitors and Cleaners, ex. Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners4,75014.1629,47015.6132,47410.1821,1839.4819,73223.6949,263
Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers1,80015.2631,72816.8335,00912.1825,34211.1023,07325.0352,043
Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners1,74011.9424,81012.7026,4159.4819,7329.1318,97617.8437,114
Pest Control Workers3019.9141,39519.3540,25112.7626,55811.1823,24727.4857,162
Tree Trimmers and PrunersN/A17.7937,00119.7941,17016.9635,28415.6132,48530.8464,141
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 Personal Care and Service Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Personal Care and Service Occupations9,26012.7426,49714.3929,9309.9620,7239.3019,34422.0745,901
Amusement and Recreation Attendants39010.4921,82711.3923,7079.2219,1709.0718,88416.4534,232
Animal TrainersN/A10.7222,29710.6422,11310.6422,1139.7320,22211.7424,412
Baggage Porters and Bellhops3010.5822,00011.0022,8799.2119,1399.0718,87414.0629,256
Childcare Workers1,21010.8522,58311.5323,9739.5819,9469.1619,05715.0931,391
Concierges4011.7324,41212.7326,4769.7320,2439.2119,14918.0337,502
First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers41019.3240,20019.7641,11912.6626,3239.2919,31329.5861,536
Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors48024.2150,35723.0047,84313.8828,85711.2123,31933.1668,965
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists1,07015.0031,20715.8632,99611.1023,0739.3919,52822.7947,404
Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants4015.6132,47416.6134,53810.3721,5819.2419,21126.2054,495
Manicurists and PedicuristsN/A9.3219,3959.9620,7339.0918,9258.9718,66911.7124,361
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral DirectorsN/A39.3581,84035.9474,73826.3654,84325.1352,26845.9395,543
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers3309.7420,26310.9822,8499.2619,2629.0418,82214.4129,971
Personal Care Aides3,34012.7926,61913.3027,68210.4321,7049.8720,52917.5936,572
Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other2010.2821,38713.4828,0408.4817,6378.4817,64725.4052,830
Recreation Workers1,09012.5626,10814.3129,7669.6920,1419.2419,21121.9745,697
Residential Advisors27014.5830,33915.2531,71810.7122,2669.3619,46621.6645,064
Skincare Specialists4019.6840,93520.2942,21316.3033,89515.4832,18824.3850,725
Tour Guides and EscortsN/A15.4032,03514.4129,96110.7322,31710.3121,45918.2838,013
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers709.2819,31310.1921,1839.1018,9458.9718,65913.9028,908
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 Sales and Related Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Sales and Related Occupations27,02014.5330,24020.7043,0769.9520,7159.4719,68938.9781,049
Advertising Sales Agents18020.2542,13323.4848,84911.8824,70810.7022,24536.8676,669
Cashiers6,43010.0320,86211.2223,3459.4919,7309.2819,30114.9030,995
Counter and Rental Clerks87012.8926,81414.6230,39710.0420,8739.4819,73024.2550,432
Demonstrators and Product PromotersN/A11.9724,88613.3827,84110.4021,6389.6420,05518.9839,461
First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers59039.3781,88748.28100,42324.7951,55321.4144,52294.14195,796
First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers2,76021.4844,67923.6149,09013.8228,74212.2825,54638.7280,536
Insurance Sales Agents56027.0356,22635.5974,02918.0437,52316.1633,59351.18106,448
Parts Salespersons48021.2144,12420.9443,54813.4527,97712.3725,74530.9464,357
Real Estate Brokers9027.8057,80830.3963,20517.5936,59013.6128,31255.97116,413
Real Estate Sales Agents14023.7449,37329.3961,14019.2940,12117.6036,62147.5098,799
Retail Salespersons8,21011.3323,56613.6128,3129.5619,8679.3619,46921.1543,988
Sales and Related Workers, All OtherN/A19.0539,62924.8651,72114.2229,57012.7526,52045.5594,744
Sales Engineers19042.2087,76641.8286,96927.3656,89722.5946,99561.65128,243
Sales Reps., Services, All Other1,72027.2156,59331.0264,50417.3136,00315.7832,81853.80111,897
Sales Reps., Wholesale and Manufacturing, ex. Technical and Scientific Products2,39027.8958,01831.9866,52619.4940,54017.9537,32351.51107,129
Sales Reps., Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products1,10038.0379,09044.7793,12025.9453,97321.9445,64372.34150,467
Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents26065.14135,50473.37152,59426.2354,55024.0950,096>90.00>187,200
Telemarketers57023.8649,63523.7949,46814.9631,12011.6024,13134.9972,761
Travel Agents11018.0737,60617.7636,93614.1429,41212.1425,26322.7947,403
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 Office and Administrative Support Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Office and Administrative Support Occupations44,83018.9439,37520.2042,03412.3125,60410.5822,02131.0064,481
Bill and Account Collectors42019.4240,40020.2242,05415.6832,60614.7530,66828.0158,250
Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators1,22020.4742,57121.1443,97214.3529,84612.7526,50731.7165,953
Bookkeeping, Accounting and Auditing Clerks3,15020.8643,40421.3744,45915.0631,32713.8828,87129.9262,239
Brokerage Clerks5023.2948,43723.8849,67518.4438,36016.6334,59530.7964,035
Cargo and Freight Agents6023.3548,56924.0750,07114.2929,71413.1727,39037.0777,095
Computer Operators4026.6555,43924.6351,22817.2035,78214.2429,61231.6065,740
Correspondence Clerks2021.6845,08820.6142,86615.0631,32711.7324,40627.6557,510
Couriers and Messengers15016.8535,04217.3736,14811.5023,91910.2321,28127.0156,190
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks21022.5946,98622.6347,07715.8833,04213.6128,30331.4565,405
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks2020.5642,76420.5542,73415.2631,73314.0329,18628.0258,291
Customer Service Representatives4,04018.4238,31919.8241,22212.0124,96410.6322,10332.4867,566
Data Entry Keyers25015.6732,59616.4434,19912.2625,50211.2223,33124.4250,791
Desktop Publishers2022.3346,42822.3546,47915.0231,2269.6620,10330.2662,959
Dispatchers, ex. Police, Fire, and Ambulance28019.2640,06520.6042,84515.0631,32713.7928,67929.2160,747
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs19025.1252,23325.2252,44619.7241,01919.0939,70031.8366,207
Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants2,23029.4961,33529.9062,18825.0552,09023.4548,77237.2177,410
File Clerks31015.0531,30715.2831,77410.4721,7889.9720,73321.9845,717
Financial Clerks, All Other4020.6242,89620.5842,81516.8335,00116.2933,88525.4752,973
First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Worke4,71029.2060,72729.6161,59920.3042,21618.0437,53841.8887,112
Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks25010.6122,07211.2123,3209.2719,2619.0418,79415.0631,317
Human Resources Assistants, ex. Payroll and Timekeeping25022.7647,34123.1948,24415.8633,00215.2731,76433.5869,840
Information and Record Clerks, All Other22023.2748,40722.2446,26516.4934,30114.2429,62228.1458,535
Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks63021.1143,91121.0143,69814.9631,10413.6728,42528.8660,036
Interviewers, ex. Eligibility and Loan66016.0333,34716.2733,84410.4921,82910.0020,79423.5148,904
Legal Secretaries15019.0539,61822.1646,09316.2633,82415.4332,07834.0570,824
Library Assistants, Clerical23013.1427,32914.8130,7899.8220,4289.2219,18023.7849,452
Loan Interviewers and Clerks29014.7630,67816.2433,76312.3325,65511.7024,32522.6847,169
Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, ex. Postal Service20017.7736,96018.3738,19810.9522,76210.1821,16928.2758,819
Medical Secretaries65018.7739,05019.8841,35415.4832,19014.1329,38927.8657,956
Meter Readers, Utilities7028.2658,77828.0058,25022.6847,16920.5542,74436.0274,914
New Accounts Clerks5017.8537,13218.1737,79217.0035,35615.7132,67722.2446,265
Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other1,20010.0820,95612.2825,5339.2419,2319.0118,73317.9837,396
Office Clerks, General4,80017.2335,85317.6136,61511.5423,99010.0720,94625.5553,156
Office Machine Operators, ex. Computer12016.3133,91516.5734,47310.9022,6719.3319,39323.9749,858
Order Clerks54016.4034,10816.6634,64612.4625,91811.7424,41622.5446,874
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks30023.3448,55923.3248,50818.5738,62417.0035,36629.6761,731
Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers39023.0848,00123.3448,54919.4840,52217.8437,11229.2560,838
Postal Service Clerks15027.1356,41426.6455,40924.9551,89826.7955,72327.7057,621
Postal Service Mail Carriers64027.9158,05826.4254,94223.0447,90920.2342,07428.5059,275
Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators43026.6055,32825.5053,04423.3148,47824.9551,90826.7055,531
Procurement Clerks31024.9651,91824.5951,14717.7436,89916.2533,78334.1471,007
Production, Planning and Expediting Clerks54022.1045,96123.1248,08216.0033,28615.2531,73332.8568,327
Proofreaders and Copy MarkersN/A13.1127,27813.6028,28310.8122,47810.3221,46318.2337,913
Receptionists and Information Clerks2,37014.7230,62715.9933,25510.9622,8039.8920,57023.7549,391
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks11015.4732,18017.1935,76210.4021,6369.7920,36726.7855,703
Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, ex. Legal, Medical,5,84018.8339,17219.3640,28814.5830,32313.1427,34926.7255,581
Shipping, Receiving and Traffic Clerks1,50014.0329,19615.0231,24610.6922,22410.2221,25021.8245,383
Statistical Assistants2028.9960,31028.5059,27519.5540,64318.3238,09639.2781,693
Stock Clerks and Order Fillers3,17011.8924,74113.5928,2739.9020,5919.2719,27120.4542,521
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service20013.4227,91813.7028,4969.2619,2519.0118,74419.7241,019
Tellers80013.6328,35413.7428,57710.9722,8239.7120,20518.0237,477
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping13015.7832,82916.6634,66612.0224,99510.9122,70122.9847,788
Word Processors and Typists16021.5244,76320.8143,28217.8037,03116.5234,35124.3450,619
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 Farming, Fishing and Forestry Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Farming, Fishing and Forestry Occupations11012.4525,90214.2929,7229.9520,6939.3119,36621.9345,612
Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse9011.6524,24012.3925,7809.7520,2689.2019,14317.1835,732
First-Line Supervisors of Farming, Fishing and Forestry Workers1020.3042,21725.3252,66517.0035,35716.0233,32040.8785,012
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 Construction and Extraction Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Construction and Extraction Occupations8,40026.7455,62427.5657,33717.3336,04615.5832,40841.8987,140
Brickmasons and Blockmasons5034.0470,79533.7970,27832.3567,27830.3663,14437.9678,952
Carpenters96024.7851,53025.7853,62817.7036,83616.1333,55336.2975,476
Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers15021.3944,48723.7049,29116.8335,01215.9933,26935.7474,341
Construction and Building Inspectors20032.0066,57930.6963,82319.7140,99116.5734,46543.2789,998
Construction and Related Workers, All Other8022.6047,00020.7643,19013.5128,09112.7626,54028.5159,293
Construction Laborers1,38020.9543,56521.2544,20414.0329,17512.6226,23630.0762,525
Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers13023.4448,74324.6451,24719.0239,56219.1539,83635.2573,298
Earth Drillers, ex. Oil and GasN/A19.5240,59619.9141,41716.7834,90115.8733,01623.2948,429
Electricians82028.5259,31329.5561,46119.2540,03916.6834,68844.3292,177
First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Work90035.2973,38936.0174,88926.2554,60124.5651,09549.20102,331
GlaziersN/A42.1287,60740.5084,25237.8878,79037.9979,01346.2596,190
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers13017.8837,19118.8839,27917.0235,40715.7132,67125.3652,756
Helpers, Construction Trades, All OtherN/A11.6024,12914.8830,93810.6522,1529.9620,72426.1254,347
Helpers--CarpentersN/A21.5144,74120.9443,53516.5434,39413.4728,01027.4857,175
Helpers--ElectriciansN/A15.0731,33416.5834,47510.9722,8319.2719,29528.2458,746
Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters4017.5636,53217.7336,89711.8524,6359.1118,96027.1156,394
Highway Maintenance Workers47023.4448,76423.3948,64219.6140,78818.7939,08628.6859,647
Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling and Wall3020.1841,97420.2042,00516.1633,62415.4632,16526.2654,621
Insulation Workers, Mechanical7030.1662,72830.2762,97119.6540,87018.0437,52544.0591,640
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators60032.1366,84231.9766,49822.3846,54420.2342,06544.9793,545
Painters, Construction and Maintenance32020.1241,83221.6344,98414.7030,59413.4127,89833.4069,477
Paving, Surfacing and Tamping Equipment Operators3017.4836,37018.6438,75211.7824,49310.4921,80832.8668,362
Pipelayers7032.8768,38330.6163,67124.4750,90219.1639,85636.8676,662
Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters87031.6265,76832.0966,75121.3244,33517.7736,96845.2494,092
RoofersN/A33.1268,87932.6767,95724.5851,13523.1548,13543.3590,170
Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe CleanersN/A27.3156,80026.5955,31023.3448,54121.6444,99430.7363,914
Sheet Metal WorkersN/A23.5048,87524.5851,12520.2642,13619.4740,49532.4067,400
StonemasonsN/A33.7970,28833.4469,55833.4369,54830.7763,98536.8276,581
Structural Iron and Steel Workers11022.1846,13927.8757,95516.9135,18416.0133,31045.1093,788
Tile and Marble Setters10030.0362,46528.7659,81021.7545,22719.0739,66436.7276,388
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 Installation, Maintenance and Repair Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations9,35023.7649,42725.1052,21614.8330,82913.3527,74639.0081,118
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians11021.5344,79322.6947,17615.2731,77214.0629,23631.9766,515
Automotive Body and Related Repairers31024.0750,07623.8449,59917.4236,23416.1433,57731.9066,362
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics1,17018.7438,97221.2744,23512.4325,85910.2321,27634.6171,981
Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists49023.8449,57925.1152,21618.0137,45116.3233,93236.1875,266
Coin, Vending and Amusement Machine Servicers and RepairersN/A14.8930,96017.0635,47313.4627,98912.5326,07225.4852,997
Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers14018.6738,83020.1942,00412.7826,57912.1225,21029.1260,572
Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, ex. Mechanical Door17032.4167,40729.8462,06318.6838,86016.9235,18941.4486,198
Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related RepairersN/A28.3458,94928.2958,85822.3946,56720.8443,34236.3675,611
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment8030.2962,99629.3160,95720.9243,51518.5238,51538.9981,097
Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers27041.3485,99539.7082,57835.3673,55232.5067,61046.1295,944
First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers90033.6169,89234.0270,76422.9447,72320.4542,54147.7299,260
Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers47028.4559,16228.8059,91319.8441,26416.8234,99642.5788,561
Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers23019.1439,80318.8739,25610.8522,56410.0620,92129.0760,481
Home Appliance Repairers3024.9851,94224.8151,62819.3440,21917.5436,49732.0966,748
Industrial Machinery Mechanics34020.5342,70421.7045,13714.4930,13913.2827,62433.3969,455
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other31018.0837,62319.3440,22915.2931,81213.9328,98327.0556,252
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General1,81021.3844,45822.2446,26314.1429,40912.9126,85333.5669,800
Maintenance Workers, Machinery10023.1848,22025.1552,30716.2533,80014.4330,01742.2787,922
Mechanical Door Repairers3022.0545,86822.1245,99919.9441,47718.7739,03327.2656,708
Medical Equipment Repairers10026.7355,60327.0056,15120.4242,48018.6538,78936.8576,656
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, ex. Engines23025.3352,68225.1252,23619.7040,98018.2637,98831.9366,423
Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians7023.7449,37624.9251,82019.3740,28017.7836,97434.3571,433
Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine MechanicsN/A14.9431,07219.1539,81312.1125,19011.0422,96934.1371,007
Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers23024.7351,44524.2850,49216.4534,22615.7432,73535.3173,441
Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, ex. Line Installers70031.3765,24732.7968,18819.4540,45217.3436,06156.61117,757
Tire Repairers and Changers23012.3625,70712.4325,8599.3319,4009.1018,93317.0635,473
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 Production Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Production Occupations16,68017.0235,39018.7538,99311.4623,83810.3021,43529.1460,612
Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging and Systems Assemblers30N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Assemblers and Fabricators, All OtherN/A11.9724,89614.5930,34110.2221,2529.4419,63422.9447,726
Bakers27013.6228,32614.2629,64910.3021,4259.6220,01018.9239,359
Butchers and Meat Cutters10021.1844,04121.7345,19213.9429,00811.0222,92133.5969,864
Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters7021.8645,47622.4646,71813.9228,94712.9326,89134.7872,347
Chemical Equipment Operators/Tenders14019.0739,67519.9141,40511.5624,0519.8520,48929.6761,721
Coating, Painting and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders29014.7330,63715.2931,79711.3623,63410.4821,81221.3144,337
Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers5014.4530,05616.4834,27012.0525,05910.9222,71825.2352,489
Computer Numerically Controlled Machine Tool Programmers, Metal a6021.1243,91921.9245,58815.8032,85514.2129,54833.1969,029
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal/Plastic23018.6438,76919.6040,77413.5028,06112.7926,61629.1560,632
Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders19017.2835,93918.1037,63913.0227,07410.8422,54527.3956,968
Cutting, Punching and Press Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders, Metal/Plastic46015.3831,99016.5034,31111.6224,17310.4321,69023.7949,477
Dental Laboratory Technicians5017.7636,93718.5738,60611.3123,5129.1519,02329.6661,701
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers82013.7428,58114.8530,89110.8822,63610.0720,93722.2846,342
Engine and Other Machine Assemblers10012.4925,97513.1127,26810.8622,59610.2921,40517.1635,685
Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders, Metal/Plastic18017.4536,28618.2137,87313.7428,58112.6426,30125.8453,751
Extruding, Forming, Pressing and Compacting Machine Setters, Operators/TendersN/A15.8632,98815.6932,64212.7126,43312.3525,68018.8739,258
First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers1,44029.8362,03733.6169,90420.0941,78218.0237,46652.39108,969
Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking and Drying Machine Operators/Tenders5012.8026,62613.8628,83510.9722,82010.4221,68019.2540,041
Food Batchmakers24014.1829,49714.8030,77911.3423,59310.5321,91419.4840,510
Food Cooking Machine Operators/Tenders14010.8522,57511.6124,1539.2719,2889.0818,88114.7830,728
Food Processing Workers, All Other3011.5624,06112.0725,10010.7122,26010.0320,85515.2531,705
Forging Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders, Metal/PlasticN/A17.8837,20218.2537,96513.4127,88812.8426,71824.1150,148
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators/Tenders20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Grinding and Polishing Workers, HandN/A14.0129,13014.3429,82212.0224,99810.9222,71818.4938,474
Grinding, Lapping, Polishing and Buffing Machine Tool Setters, Operators/Tenders, Metal/Plastic34017.5936,58117.3636,11211.6724,28510.7422,34123.5849,059
Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators/Tenders, Metal/Plastic6021.5044,70321.5444,79515.0931,40013.6828,44829.6961,741
Helpers--Production Workers64011.5223,96012.9026,8209.3919,5329.1118,94218.8539,217
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers1,16018.6138,69820.3542,31114.4830,12813.1027,25729.7961,955
Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators/Tenders, Metal/Plastic6018.2037,85319.3940,33613.5628,19412.9626,94228.2858,810
Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers33011.6824,31612.7326,48410.2821,3959.5619,88817.7136,825
Machinists1,35017.8637,16119.3340,20413.2727,60312.3225,61929.1060,520
Medical Appliance TechniciansN/A17.9637,36418.5338,55514.7630,69813.5028,06123.4548,784
Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All Other3020.8043,26820.6843,02415.2731,74611.9324,80423.8149,507
Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders10016.4534,20918.7538,99311.8224,57010.8422,54531.3265,151
Model Makers, Metal/Plastic3024.5150,98325.2452,50016.4934,29115.8733,01836.5976,103
Molding, Coremaking and Casting Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders, Metal/PlasticN/A11.3023,49112.4025,7929.2519,2479.0518,82018.1537,751
Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators/Tenders, Metal/Plastic46015.0531,31916.2633,82211.4023,71510.5421,92423.9149,741
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians6017.2535,88917.1935,75615.6532,55014.3029,74119.7741,100
Packaging and Filling Machine Operators/Tenders31012.1825,34413.3127,69510.1721,1509.4919,73619.3440,235
Painters, Transportation Equipment5022.5446,89124.4350,81019.5440,64217.7136,82534.7772,317
Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine OperatorsN/A14.0629,24215.7632,77410.9622,8109.8020,39724.8651,695
Plating and Coating Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders, Metal/Plastic4024.4750,89122.9047,63414.4029,96513.0827,20734.3271,380
Prepress Technicians and Workers7022.4146,62721.5644,84514.4830,12812.6226,24029.3160,968
Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials12011.3723,64411.6924,32610.1821,1719.4619,67514.5930,341
Print Binding and Finishing Workers14018.2737,99518.6138,68811.0823,04410.2421,30328.6859,665
Printing Press Operators36020.3942,41320.3042,21914.3829,91412.6226,26028.5659,411
Production Workers, All Other29012.9726,97213.9428,99810.5521,96510.0320,85519.0839,705
Sewing Machine Operators18018.0337,49721.1744,04113.4728,00012.0225,00834.6572,062
Slaughterers and Meat Packers309.5619,86810.3521,5379.2919,3299.0018,70813.5528,184
Structural Metal Fabricators and FittersN/A21.6144,95721.3444,38720.7743,19719.6240,82523.6049,090
Team Assemblers1,53013.8028,71314.7130,59610.3821,5989.8120,40721.6545,039
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders4015.8833,02816.0933,46611.9924,94710.9222,70822.4246,637
Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All OtherN/A11.3023,49112.4825,94410.5821,9959.9120,62120.3842,372
Tool and Die Makers29027.8057,81328.0458,32121.3244,35720.0041,60937.5478,067
Tool Grinders, Filers, and SharpenersN/A21.8645,47621.9245,58819.4240,39819.1139,75627.5157,222
Upholsterers3018.0937,62918.9839,49214.5230,20911.3823,67527.2256,612
Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators14028.7759,84829.2260,78524.8851,73623.0647,96036.8476,622
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers31017.6836,76418.6438,75914.3729,89412.9826,98326.4254,952
Welding, Soldering and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders6020.2942,17919.3340,20410.6822,2199.2219,17628.7259,736
Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators/Tenders, ex. Sawing7011.7224,36714.5530,27010.9422,76910.2221,25223.1148,082
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 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations -New Haven LMA1Q 2015
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
HourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnualHourlyAnnual
Transportation and Material Moving Occupations16,56016.4734,26217.8837,19011.1923,2929.8220,42528.1558,561
Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants7010.9022,66211.6324,1979.1819,1039.0518,81916.1233,530
Bus Drivers, School or Special Client1,82016.4834,28216.4534,21112.5526,08811.6924,31922.1546,076
Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity290N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels13030.1962,78030.4163,24814.9831,15112.0525,06149.61103,203
Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment57011.1123,11911.7824,5029.4219,6129.1319,00214.9431,060
Driver/Sales Workers62015.5032,25916.0733,43910.1621,1279.1819,09323.7049,299
Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators4025.6153,26426.5355,16521.2844,25620.1741,95835.5073,842
First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers,39024.8851,74925.1052,20716.0633,40814.2029,54536.7176,353
First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving Mach37030.7163,87829.3861,12318.0337,48515.6932,62541.9387,211
Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers3,16022.4346,64522.7147,23517.3336,06215.7132,66629.9162,221
Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators62015.5832,39116.1233,53012.3225,63111.3623,61721.9445,629
Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand4,13013.9929,10815.4832,19810.4421,7169.7220,21225.0552,115
Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers1,56016.4134,13018.0937,61711.6024,12610.3821,58431.5165,535
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other11019.6540,88117.4236,21410.0220,8529.2019,13423.9749,868
Packers and Packagers, Hand97011.6024,13612.9326,9019.6019,9689.1619,05319.6140,789
Parking Lot Attendants22012.1625,28512.2725,5199.8720,5379.2019,13415.5532,341
Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors25016.9535,25816.8935,11610.5221,8799.3919,54124.3150,560
Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs55014.2129,56514.6630,4909.5119,7649.1819,09322.0245,812
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