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Norwich-New London LMA (1Q 2016)
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Estimated employment2,050
Mean wageN/A
Entry wageN/A
10th percentile wageN/A
50th percentile wageN/A
90th percentile wageN/A
Top Employing Industries
 IndustryEmployment / Percent
Public Administration1306.3%
Education and Health Services1205.7%
Professional and Business Services
Top Paying Industries
 IndustryEmployment / Median Wage
Professional and Business Services$64.26
Public Administration130$40.26
Education and Health Services120$38.54
Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations (19-0000)
Mean Wage History
Compared to
Occupational Group
Current$0.00 $0.00  $0.00
2015$0.00NaN$0.00 NaN$0.00
2014$0.00NaN$0.00 NaN$0.00
2013$0.00NaN$0.00 NaN$0.00
2012$0.00NaN$0.00 NaN$0.00
2011$0.00NaN$0.00 NaN$0.00
2010$0.00NaN$0.00 NaN$0.00
2009$0.00NaN$0.00 NaN$0.00
2008$0.00NaN$0.00 NaN$0.00
2007$0.00NaN$0.00 NaN$0.00
Compared to
All Occupations
Current$0.00 $39321.51  -$39321.51
2015$0.00NaN$38221.39 +2.9%-$38221.38
2014$0.00NaN$37404.15 +2.2%-$37404.15
2013$0.00NaN$36649.78 +2.1%-$36649.78
2012$0.00NaN$36021.14 +1.7%-$36021.14
2011$0.00NaN$35455.37 +1.6%-$35455.36
2010$0.00NaN$34858.16 +1.7%-$34858.15
2009$0.00NaN$34386.68 +1.4%-$34386.67
2008$0.00NaN$33506.58 +2.6%-$33506.57
2007$0.00NaN$32437.89 +3.3%-$32437.88
Note: The mid-wage is the median wage. The average wage is the mean wage. The entry-level wage is equal to the average of the lower third of reported wages for the occupation. The wage range consists of the 10th and 90th percentiles; 80% of workers earn between this wage range, 10% earn less while 10% earn more.
Reference Date: 1st Quarter 2016
Top Areas For This Occupation
Best Pay
Median Wage / Employment
New Haven $38.62 2,530
Bridgeport $37.26 3,140
Hartford $34.99 3,910
Waterbury $33.80 150
Danbury $33.79 420
Highest Employment
Median Wage / Employment
Hartford $34.99 3,910
Bridgeport $37.26 3,140
New Haven $38.62 2,530
Danbury $33.79 420