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Occupational Employment and Wages (1Q 2019): New Haven Labor Market Area
 New Haven Labor Market Area - Occupational Employment and Wages (OES) 1st Quarter 2019  
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 LMA 1Q 2019
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Total all occupations284,27021.9445,64828.4859,22712.7626,53611.4623,84650.99106,041
Management Occupations15,22056.79118,12565.72136,69835.7274,28231.3565,199>100.00>208,000
Administrative Services Managers50049.92103,82351.76107,67633.4769,60330.0462,49875.46156,973
Advertising and Promotions Managers3052.96110,14362.03129,01238.6880,44934.3471,438>100.00>208,000
Architectural and Engineering Managers31065.93137,14771.99149,74650.48105,00646.3696,433>100.00>208,000
Chief Executives25076.50159,12483.54173,75237.8378,68530.9864,435>100.00>208,000
Compensation and Benefits Managers4068.94143,39574.86155,72045.1393,87440.9285,118>100.00>208,000
Computer and Information Systems Managers68052.31108,81860.15125,11840.2983,80336.8676,65791.15189,593
Construction Managers47064.49134,13964.94135,08740.2783,75237.4277,82989.34185,832
Education Administrators, All Other6041.8987,13647.9499,71531.0964,65928.1958,62482.38171,336
Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School650N/A134,017N/A129,083N/A94,476N/A74,486N/A167,126
Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/Program10026.8655,87229.5861,54019.9741,53918.0637,56449.57103,110
Financial Managers1,38058.43121,53068.38142,22340.1183,44636.3675,627>100.00>208,000
Food Service Managers19034.7272,22336.9976,95327.2256,60626.1854,44554.18112,682
General and Operations Managers3,73060.86126,58672.27150,32735.6774,18031.4365,372>100.00>208,000
Human Resources Managers29046.8197,36054.68113,73234.1571,02032.2166,99381.33169,165
Industrial Production Managers38062.51130,02166.67138,66542.0587,46238.5680,20498.66205,200
Legislators30N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Lodging ManagersN/A25.8153,68029.5361,42717.2435,85116.6834,68948.65101,203
Managers, All OtherN/A55.21114,84356.57117,65636.3975,69932.9568,52282.99172,621
Marketing Managers50055.30115,03660.63126,12738.1879,40933.2369,11495.22198,044
Medical and Health Services Managers1,21057.64119,87861.95128,84942.3288,03340.6584,54784.11174,955
Natural Sciences Managers18079.22164,77289.82186,81052.13108,43148.88101,662>100.00>208,000
Postmasters and Mail Superintendents2039.4482,02940.1883,56835.4373,70133.6870,05144.7893,150
Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers48031.1164,71034.2871,31523.7549,40921.9545,63748.87101,652
Public Relations and Fundraising Managers12045.3394,29252.05108,26830.7463,94527.9858,19690.82188,900
Purchasing Managers18046.6797,05553.24110,73533.5069,67432.1966,95284.04174,802
Sales Managers79063.36131,79575.96158,00342.0287,39136.7476,422>100.00>208,000
Social and Community Service Managers50037.4477,87039.7582,67126.6055,31124.5451,03060.50125,832
Training and Development Managers8066.76138,86972.59150,97940.9485,14837.5878,186>100.00>208,000
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers21051.52107,15754.24112,82435.0472,87532.7668,14578.35162,978
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 Business Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Business and Financial Operations Occupations11,45035.1473,07938.2779,59323.6449,16421.4744,64958.86122,417
Accountants and Auditors1,81037.9979,02241.2185,71927.6057,41126.2554,58761.06127,004
Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate6035.1072,99736.4175,72925.1952,38623.2848,44153.98112,264
Budget Analysts11038.9480,99941.1185,51531.9666,47329.3861,10157.14118,839
Business Operations Specialists, All Other1,21039.3681,85640.3183,84425.8853,84324.0149,91959.91124,618
Buyers and Purchasing Agents70032.4667,50333.7170,11323.3648,60420.8543,35448.79101,468
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators56031.4265,35233.2269,09323.0047,82920.7543,18148.63101,173
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists14029.4861,31532.7768,15523.6349,14422.1145,98449.06102,050
Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety, and Transportation40035.5974,00737.2877,53425.1652,32423.2648,39053.99112,294
Cost Estimators31032.6467,89035.2173,24223.2548,36921.6645,05655.31115,057
Credit Analysts12035.9974,86337.2677,49324.6751,31524.1950,31655.72115,893
Credit CounselorsN/A21.5244,76121.2144,11917.9837,40117.1835,71925.3152,651
Financial Analysts56037.8178,63541.7686,87127.5257,24824.6551,26458.43121,540
Financial Examiners10N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Financial Specialists, All Other11035.5873,99636.5976,10625.2852,57921.9245,57652.04108,237
Fundraisers27039.5582,27440.6084,44527.8757,96225.3952,81458.20121,040
Human Resources Specialists80030.6063,64032.0966,73822.4246,63621.0243,72147.0197,778
Insurance Underwriters21031.4765,45437.1677,27923.5749,02221.1443,97657.43119,460
Labor Relations Specialists49024.7351,43828.1058,45110.8922,64010.5521,95754.92114,231
Loan Officers26038.5580,19446.9297,59526.1254,33322.6347,06483.18173,018
Logisticians14036.3675,63839.2681,65229.5961,55028.0358,30852.78109,797
Management Analysts92043.2389,90945.8695,39330.6463,72127.7157,62569.11143,752
Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists89029.0960,52032.5667,72719.9541,48918.3838,22755.21114,843
Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners15026.4054,92427.4757,14619.1139,75617.5636,53438.2779,593
Personal Financial Advisors34043.7691,02060.56125,96426.2654,60825.1852,365>100.00>208,000
Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents7042.7188,83844.3492,22329.1960,71427.0556,25963.66132,427
Tax PreparersN/A31.1264,72032.8268,27825.1952,38623.6949,27745.5694,751
Training and Development Specialists55031.7766,09634.8972,56923.3448,55320.8243,29355.65115,750
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 Computer Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Computer and Mathematical Occupations5,16037.9879,00239.5382,20724.3450,61622.1245,99760.60126,037
Actuaries20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Computer Network Architects12061.94128,83562.43129,84245.8195,30141.9587,24384.20175,127
Computer Network Support Specialists21035.0272,83636.3675,63424.6751,30822.5446,88252.28108,761
Computer Occupations, All Other16039.5282,18641.1185,52428.3558,95925.1852,38660.25125,315
Computer Programmers27044.6592,89043.4590,39728.4459,14226.3654,81861.69128,316
Computer Systems Analysts69038.9681,02739.4282,00328.9460,18025.5853,20051.89107,917
Computer User Support Specialists1,39027.4757,14828.3258,92819.6640,88018.1437,72639.5682,278
Database Administrators13048.0699,98146.8197,37633.1869,01128.8760,05863.18131,419
Information Security Analysts5044.5292,60543.0889,60326.8755,88624.9651,90861.53127,990
Network and Computer Systems Administrators33039.9983,19441.3485,98130.1362,65227.6157,42358.70122,100
Operations Research Analysts10031.1264,73836.9576,85522.0445,84520.9643,58660.21125,233
Software Developers, Applications91047.3298,43548.83101,55834.8072,36831.9666,47870.87147,423
Software Developers, Systems Software43044.5492,65645.1393,88730.0262,44924.9751,92965.20135,611
Statisticians9041.6886,69441.9887,31428.4359,12226.8155,76459.45123,646
Web Developers24034.8472,46034.9972,78622.0745,90620.6342,91449.32102,586
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 Architecture and Engineering Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Architecture and Engineering Occupations3,90040.7684,77142.4588,29127.3556,88324.8551,67462.61130,229
Aerospace Engineers1037.0076,97740.9785,21824.4350,79925.5453,12968.47142,417
Architects, Except Landscape and Naval20040.2983,79441.0985,46327.0656,28325.4452,90561.41127,736
Architectural and Civil Drafters13029.3861,12629.6261,60424.5251,00322.4646,73037.8578,717
Biomedical Engineers11048.28100,40849.45102,84029.0960,49525.3352,69278.76163,803
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists4036.2375,34935.5173,84423.9849,88422.0745,89548.24100,337
Chemical Engineers5037.8778,76839.9082,99032.8568,32931.8066,15251.92107,988
Civil Engineering Technicians40N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Civil Engineers44044.3092,13744.7793,11332.6067,80030.4763,38560.94126,769
Computer Hardware EngineersN/A47.0297,81448.47100,80534.9072,57230.0062,41871.62148,969
Drafters, All Other4028.9860,26130.9564,36119.1539,82117.4336,24047.5798,953
Electrical and Electronics Drafters4027.8757,96230.6363,72020.7743,18919.9141,41947.4998,791
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians23029.4061,16729.7661,90919.7040,98117.8937,20743.6490,773
Electrical Engineers46045.7295,09749.01101,93433.8270,34430.7864,00573.58153,049
Electronics Engineers, Except Computer24057.10118,76257.92120,48239.5582,24834.6872,15588.16183,378
Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other6033.0868,78733.4769,62122.3746,53618.9039,32347.8899,584
Engineers, All Other17051.02106,13649.52103,00333.4069,47929.5961,53370.35146,334
Environmental Engineering Technicians3026.6955,51026.6955,51018.5838,64114.5930,34937.8978,798
Environmental Engineers5042.2687,91442.1887,73131.2164,93128.0758,37958.43121,530
Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors2038.4179,89741.6986,72434.2971,31032.6767,95360.09124,989
Industrial Engineering Technicians10027.2556,67027.4957,18920.2342,07019.4440,44237.3877,751
Industrial Engineers55043.0689,56345.5394,71132.3367,24131.4265,34862.91130,849
Landscape Architects3038.0579,15538.3079,65331.9466,43728.6359,54949.29102,535
Mechanical Drafters7032.8768,38033.7870,25223.7449,36519.9841,56147.6999,187
Mechanical Engineering Technicians6042.7588,93238.6180,31424.0149,95521.5044,72551.48107,083
Mechanical Engineers41038.7680,62041.0285,33027.2356,62924.2950,50453.55111,366
Surveying and Mapping Technicians8026.4455,00126.4755,06219.6840,93017.7836,98332.6167,821
Surveyors7031.6065,72534.9272,62327.0256,21225.7753,60749.24102,433
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 Life, Physical and Social Science Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations2,74036.1075,07541.3285,95122.7447,29920.4342,48766.20137,707
Biochemists and Biophysicists11034.1070,94440.9185,09621.9545,64120.6542,95572.34150,455
Biological Scientists, All Other2044.5992,74743.5590,58029.3561,04525.9153,90259.99124,765
Biological Technicians48031.1764,84032.1766,90523.2348,31721.0043,67745.7395,128
Chemical Technicians21021.2244,14522.1646,07915.5532,33314.2429,62731.3865,267
Chemists33037.4577,89343.2089,85823.7049,28320.5842,81373.17152,205
Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists26039.8782,92940.9485,15727.0956,35425.5353,09962.51130,025
Conservation Scientists2046.5896,86845.0693,72439.3781,90236.0975,06551.84107,815
EconomistsN/A56.90118,35553.05110,33838.6780,43730.0662,52067.62140,637
Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health30N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health12042.2787,92540.5484,32327.8257,85025.7953,63857.05118,661
Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers1036.1775,22739.3781,90227.8857,98222.7347,26973.04151,930
Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other8026.6555,41829.3260,99421.6845,09220.8043,25036.0674,983
Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists30059.43123,61575.45156,94637.1077,19133.5869,866>100.00>208,000
MicrobiologistsN/A36.1475,17638.6480,36524.9351,84723.1148,05258.21121,072
Physical Scientists, All OtherN/A64.75134,66558.22121,09241.5186,33837.9979,02277.77161,768
Psychologists, All Other8052.13108,43643.5790,62120.0341,66312.9726,98263.54132,162
Social Science Research Assistants5020.5442,72121.4444,59315.1831,57013.0227,09433.0468,706
Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other7034.0070,71034.6071,96122.0545,85520.7343,12849.32102,606
Urban and Regional Planners8034.4271,58533.4069,47920.3142,24316.9935,33548.93101,772
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 Community and Social Services Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Community and Social Services Occupations6,14025.4052,83427.5157,22915.9433,16814.4530,05444.3192,157
Child, Family, and School Social Workers91030.2062,80531.8666,26420.1541,92818.5038,47845.9795,606
Clergy16030.4463,30330.0062,40816.3233,94113.6828,45746.5996,898
Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other25022.1546,05824.7451,47116.5634,45015.9533,16837.9578,941
Community Health Workers7022.7047,20825.1252,24417.2035,77216.1433,55440.1683,519
Directors, Religious Activities and Education4017.3135,99620.4242,47712.3025,57810.5121,85435.2673,345
Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors57031.8766,28432.1666,88516.8334,99915.2531,71350.04104,081
Health Educators15039.0981,31139.8982,97026.9356,01925.7753,60758.26121,174
Healthcare Social Workers61036.6176,13337.1977,35426.2354,56423.3848,62251.65107,439
Marriage and Family TherapistsN/A23.9349,78224.6951,35922.2846,35320.6242,90430.0562,520
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers29027.0456,25327.3956,97519.7341,04217.9737,35937.9178,849
Rehabilitation Counselors33022.6747,14725.2052,40714.5630,28813.3627,78640.9085,076
Social and Human Service Assistants1,35017.2035,78218.6938,87512.9927,02211.9624,88628.4959,244
Social Workers, All Other9037.7378,46338.2579,58230.1662,72328.3558,94949.32102,596
Substance abuse, behavioral disorder, and mental health counselors1,04022.5446,87223.1748,17416.4334,18515.2631,74331.7566,040
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 Legal Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Legal Occupations2,09035.9974,84152.42109,01623.1248,09319.6740,910>100.00>208,000
Arbitrators, Mediators, and ConciliatorsN/A26.5155,15427.9858,18618.3138,08216.8535,05044.7192,981
Court Reporters3029.8762,13328.8059,90524.9151,80722.3346,44530.2362,876
Lawyers1,00058.13120,91975.79157,62733.4969,67231.7365,999>100.00>208,000
Legal Support Workers, All Other8026.5255,16426.3354,77711.3323,57310.9322,71946.9097,560
Paralegals and Legal Assistants79027.2756,72128.8259,94619.3040,14717.7636,94244.6392,849
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 Education, Training and Library Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
Occupations
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Estimated
Employment
Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Education, Training, and Library Occupations25,930N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A79,541N/A83,092N/A63,975N/A58,237N/A117,236
Atmospheric, Earth, Marine, and Space Sciences Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A71,015N/A67,800N/A40,920N/A39,231N/A98,943
Biological Science Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A104,692N/A106,452N/A75,665N/A69,825N/A137,788
Business Teachers, Postsecondary350N/A94,080N/A96,990N/A45,895N/A35,009N/A163,274
Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle School40N/A81,169N/A82,868N/A58,440N/A52,783N/A108,731
Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School290N/A87,569N/A85,269N/A63,995N/A57,870N/A105,221
Chemistry Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A70,384N/A80,589N/A48,490N/A43,891N/A130,341
Communications Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A80,518N/A83,418N/A54,696N/A45,712N/A125,864
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary100N/A90,234N/A90,519N/A46,964N/A40,635N/A151,014
Curators7036.3675,63437.3677,71025.4752,96624.6851,34953.53111,345
Economics Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A87,803N/A91,099N/A58,857N/A53,892N/A140,148
Education Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A69,082N/A85,676N/A34,419N/A23,299N/A133,708
Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other3024.3950,71825.4052,84417.8737,15616.7434,80631.2364,962
Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education2,800N/A77,069N/A79,012N/A52,132N/A48,103N/A109,789
Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary110N/A94,670N/A94,629N/A60,007N/A54,452N/A140,800
English Language and Literature Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A90,662N/A87,274N/A58,989N/A51,878N/A122,873
Health Specialties Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A104,315N/A133,423N/A54,381N/A47,269N/A>208,000
History Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A76,601N/A80,538N/A50,270N/A45,926N/A120,970
Instructional Coordinators23061.08127,03456.10116,69732.5767,73926.8255,78580.73167,924
Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education310N/A79,266N/A79,846N/A53,658N/A49,436N/A110,806
Law Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A123,514N/A152,144N/A45,509N/A41,114N/A>208,000
Librarians50031.0464,56534.9872,76524.7451,46122.4946,79150.09104,173
Library Technicians33024.5751,10524.0950,11815.0531,30612.7726,55435.7474,332
Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary130N/A72,908N/A76,825N/A46,170N/A41,938N/A122,415
Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Educa1,180N/A78,046N/A79,439N/A55,602N/A51,308N/A105,729
Museum Technicians and Conservators15029.7361,82830.1562,70323.1548,14421.3444,37938.8580,823
Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary220N/A99,177N/A103,929N/A63,039N/A58,359N/A162,379
Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary210N/A72,623N/A75,838N/A47,360N/A42,741N/A109,636
Physics Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A78,086N/A81,952N/A49,782N/A43,443N/A130,208
Political Science Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A75,879N/A78,117N/A50,403N/A44,888N/A119,464
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other660N/A73,681N/A82,492N/A35,396N/A21,844N/A150,516
Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education91017.2935,94518.5138,48913.4728,02012.4825,95425.7653,587
Psychology Teachers, PostsecondaryN/AN/A92,320N/A92,391N/A73,223N/A70,262N/A121,866
Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Ed2,740N/A77,557N/A79,694N/A53,129N/A49,853N/A111,376
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers44025.3552,74323.6249,13115.0431,28513.3127,68434.3671,473
Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary70N/A92,340N/A89,654N/A63,090N/A57,117N/A123,178
Special Education Teachers, All OtherN/AN/A72,521N/A71,178N/A63,792N/A58,277N/A81,118
Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School610N/A78,107N/A78,035N/A53,272N/A50,280N/A104,336
Special Education Teachers, Middle School160N/A82,278N/A83,713N/A58,023N/A52,814N/A112,587
Special Education Teachers, Preschool20N/A82,665N/A98,730N/A64,127N/A58,399N/A157,577
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School320N/A64,311N/A71,738N/A52,743N/A48,408N/A103,288
Substitute Teachers1,00014.5030,15616.6134,56112.7326,47311.9124,78423.7749,426
Teacher Assistants4,510N/A29,057N/A31,143N/A23,512N/A22,587N/A44,390
Teachers and Instructors, All Other, Except Substitute Teachers460N/A68,411N/A69,611N/A38,499N/A29,403N/A117,369
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary16020.6442,93522.8047,42216.5234,36815.7832,82232.6167,810
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 Arts,Design,Entertainment,Sports,Media Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q2016
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Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations2,87026.5855,28629.1560,61715.5532,33313.0827,20648.0499,930
Actors7028.39N/A27.99N/A27.13N/A25.57N/A31.19N/A
Art Directors7038.7680,63038.4279,89726.7955,71323.7849,44653.85112,007
Audio and Video Equipment Technicians10024.5351,02323.6149,12113.9328,97611.7924,53036.2475,370
Broadcast TechniciansN/A17.6736,75918.7238,93613.9629,04711.5023,91928.5959,468
ChoreographersN/A28.0358,30829.2860,90217.3236,00614.4530,05446.7197,163
Coaches and Scouts550N/A36,678N/A44,807N/A25,496N/A22,739N/A81,027
Commercial and Industrial Designers5037.7978,59537.6778,36122.8947,62521.1343,94257.23119,037
Editors16036.9676,88641.4486,19524.4250,77921.5744,86872.93151,696
Film and Video EditorsN/A25.6353,30225.2352,47818.5138,49914.7030,57334.2871,280
Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators2027.4857,16828.4859,22418.4338,31611.8924,74343.8591,211
Floral Designers10015.9833,23918.2738,01013.1927,42912.4725,95427.5857,372
Graphic Designers40026.5855,29629.7761,93020.1041,82618.9439,41448.47100,815
Interior DesignersN/A28.2258,70529.2560,83126.3254,73724.8651,69537.2077,374
Interpreters and Translators11027.2756,71027.9258,06421.1343,95220.2342,07037.5578,117
Media and Communication Workers, All Other5019.1239,77126.9656,08013.7228,53812.1225,21147.3998,577
Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers6015.0931,37717.6836,79012.5526,11711.6024,12333.4769,621
Photographers9021.5444,79722.3246,42413.0327,10411.7924,52036.3175,533
Producers and Directors12028.8259,94631.5665,64315.8032,85213.5328,15254.04112,424
Public Relations Specialists27031.4165,33833.2869,21422.6547,10620.6342,91449.46102,881
Reporters and Correspondents3017.2335,84318.7839,06912.9326,90011.9324,82526.8455,825
Technical Writers3034.5571,86035.4773,76226.0954,24824.5651,08448.99101,884
Writers and Authors11034.9172,61335.8374,52524.2650,45322.9847,79850.05104,102
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 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations20,79038.9180,92548.0799,99123.0647,98119.7641,09387.62182,239
Athletic Trainers50N/A60,048N/A65,053N/A48,592N/A42,090N/A103,806
Audiologists2043.5990,66241.5786,47029.3361,00427.8958,00355.71115,883
ChiropractorsN/A27.6657,53533.6870,03923.0047,85921.6845,09238.3879,816
Clinical Laboratory Technologists and Technicians1,39032.0066,54931.8966,31520.2842,17217.5436,48447.2098,180
Dental Hygienists69043.6590,77341.2985,88028.7959,88522.9347,69651.52107,154
Dentists, General240>100.00>208,000125.47260,97681.36169,22662.12129,211>100.00>208,000
Dietetic Technicians8016.2533,79817.1935,76211.3723,66510.9722,82127.0356,222
Dietitians and Nutritionists16034.3171,35134.6972,15527.3956,97526.2954,68644.9093,378
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics87021.9045,56022.7747,35017.8537,11516.7834,89731.1764,850
Family and General PractitionersN/A99.12206,148109.39227,54478.14162,51173.72153,344>100.00>208,000
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other13038.8880,85442.6588,71830.6263,70029.2960,91263.55132,172
Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other37022.7947,39125.2252,45817.1935,76216.4434,20537.5578,107
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other13042.9789,36945.3394,28323.5348,94818.5238,51957.98120,594
Hearing Aid Specialists3020.0641,72419.8441,25616.7634,84615.9133,09624.4850,921
Internists, General70>100.00>208,000125.76261,57687.84182,71785.70178,261>100.00>208,000
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses1,36027.7557,71827.7857,77923.7049,29421.8045,35634.6872,155
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists70N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians42022.7247,26924.1850,29117.0335,42616.3734,05334.2171,137
Nurse Anesthetists13093.44194,34693.91195,33380.58167,60874.46154,880>100.00>208,000
Nurse Midwives3058.84122,37458.69122,07951.66107,46948.13100,10374.19154,311
Nurse Practitioners56057.40119,39356.63117,79647.8699,55444.3092,13771.92149,590
Occupational Health and Safety Specialists13038.2179,48039.1081,32229.9062,20527.5257,25053.38111,050
Occupational Health and Safety Technicians4020.9143,49423.5849,06013.9228,95613.3627,77538.1779,399
Occupational Therapists38044.0891,70942.9789,36932.1066,76330.3163,02956.96118,488
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians19021.3844,45122.5646,91315.6432,52714.3429,81035.5073,823
Opticians, DispensingN/A27.2056,55826.7855,70315.9633,19813.8228,74240.1983,590
Optometrists9065.86136,97462.96130,94146.5696,82745.6094,85381.40169,307
Pediatricians, General60N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Pharmacists74058.57121,83556.83118,20346.1095,88140.2683,74374.39154,738
Pharmacy Technicians94017.1935,76218.0237,47113.5928,28412.8926,81925.0852,173
Physical Therapists80045.1193,82644.5792,71735.5473,92532.6467,89258.05120,757
Physician Assistants44059.70124,17559.35123,43248.43100,73444.5992,74776.99160,140
Podiatrists4041.7386,79547.5398,88222.5546,90322.2246,22180.32167,069
Radiologic Technologists and Technicians600N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Recreational Therapists5032.6167,82132.8268,27824.5351,02322.4246,63843.9391,384
Registered Nurses5,40040.2783,76340.7384,69932.0066,54929.1760,67851.83107,805
Respiratory Therapists31034.7672,30734.9172,60226.4455,00125.2852,59046.9197,580
Speech-Language Pathologists31044.1091,75045.1393,88731.5465,59229.4861,33064.00133,098
SurgeonsN/A>100.00>208,000121.02251,72864.08133,28118.1437,726>100.00>208,000
Veterinarians12044.4192,38149.66103,29825.3852,79318.2838,04177.45161,097
Veterinary Technologists and Technicians27018.4238,31619.8241,23615.9433,16814.9231,02128.4359,132
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 Healthcare Support Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Healthcare Support Occupations9,87017.6436,70118.5838,64113.8628,83713.1427,31925.5853,184
Dental Assistants71022.5446,88822.9247,68318.5638,59016.9835,31830.1562,699
Healthcare Support Workers, All Other24020.8843,44121.2044,10117.3336,05116.4434,19326.7955,723
Home Health Aides88013.3927,84614.4730,09611.5924,11011.0623,01618.6238,724
Massage Therapists16018.1037,66119.0839,69416.4134,12115.7932,84123.9549,819
Medical Assistants1,56018.2537,95019.7541,08715.2631,73714.1729,47628.0158,251
Medical TranscriptionistsN/A22.9147,66222.9147,65220.1441,88218.3838,22926.9055,939
Nursing Assistants4,70016.8735,10117.2235,80313.9228,96013.2827,61922.3046,403
Occupational Therapy Assistants10032.3767,33432.8668,35528.3659,00526.8155,77440.2983,806
Phlebotomists36019.4340,42719.9141,40717.2935,96816.3534,00725.0852,162
Physical Therapist Aides12014.1729,47615.0531,29311.6624,26411.2323,35621.2744,246
Physical Therapist Assistants14031.1864,84630.6363,71121.9345,62918.1337,72340.7984,838
Psychiatric Aides23015.5632,37717.2435,84414.1029,32213.2427,53623.9149,736
Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers23025.4152,85323.5548,99313.3727,79412.5926,19435.3173,443
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 Protective Service Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Protective Service Occupations6,52027.5657,31228.2758,79814.3229,77612.2525,47247.1598,059
Animal Control Workers3019.5640,69522.4146,59917.1435,65916.1633,61530.9064,279
Crossing Guards20025.5353,10122.4346,65013.4427,95912.6826,38030.5963,639
Detectives and Criminal Investigators19045.9195,47950.48105,00536.8576,63334.1370,98776.44158,993
Fire Inspectors and Investigators3038.2179,48138.1579,33730.3463,12327.2556,67249.25102,445
Firefighters54035.5673,96035.4173,66030.7563,95928.0258,27243.5790,628
First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers21042.9989,41043.8491,19535.9874,83734.2871,29755.56115,563
First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives39048.13100,10249.38102,69341.0085,30239.0681,25666.12137,516
First-Line Supervisors of Protective Service Workers, All Other11030.5563,55629.5461,43019.5040,56115.1531,52040.3783,960
Fish and Game Wardens1031.1964,86733.2769,20225.8253,71022.5646,91947.5498,884
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service Workers25011.7224,37812.1225,20411.3323,56310.8122,48914.6430,447
Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers1,25036.4075,71436.8876,70529.8362,04926.7155,56847.7199,235
Private Detectives and InvestigatorsN/A19.6640,90221.4144,52415.3431,89214.0529,21830.5563,546
Protective Service Workers, All Other29014.5030,15819.9241,42811.6624,26411.2123,31536.8676,653
Security Guards1,83015.3831,98416.6634,64712.2325,43111.3623,63524.2250,387
Transportation Security Screeners1021.6945,11322.3046,38220.1141,82018.8339,16826.5155,145
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 Food Preparation and Serving-Related Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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Occupational WagesWage Percentile Ranges
MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Food Preparation and Serving-Related Occupations23,30012.3525,68914.4930,14711.2523,39710.8222,48921.2844,277
Bartenders1,63011.3323,57313.6128,31010.8222,48910.8122,47920.8343,327
Chefs and Head Cooks31031.0164,51632.6767,94219.2339,99317.2435,84453.53111,352
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food5,14012.1825,32712.8426,70011.5724,06810.9022,66515.9933,244
Cooks, All OtherN/A19.3940,33426.5655,22713.4928,05212.6526,30851.32106,739
Cooks, Fast FoodN/A15.7832,82015.3131,84012.5326,06011.6024,13018.8439,178
Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria56019.4440,43720.6642,96615.6332,50014.1929,50729.7761,915
Cooks, Restaurant2,33014.0829,28015.0831,35511.7224,37811.2623,41819.8041,160
Cooks, Short Order41014.6130,39514.9431,07611.6624,26410.9422,76819.7241,036
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop1,32011.6324,20212.2425,46211.3823,68610.7922,42713.9729,064
Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers71011.6624,25411.9424,84211.4423,79010.8222,50012.7826,576
Dishwashers93011.9224,79112.2225,41011.4923,89310.8722,61314.5530,271
First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers1,60019.7541,08720.7743,18313.6328,36212.9827,01032.6267,850
Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All OtherN/A16.0033,26420.0041,60411.8524,64611.2623,41831.4965,507
Food Preparation Workers2,10014.2529,65216.3534,00711.6424,20211.2123,32525.3052,606
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant85014.3629,84814.8730,94211.7724,46111.2823,47019.5240,592
Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop58011.8924,71912.2125,40011.3423,58310.8222,48914.3929,931
Waiters and Waitresses4,46010.8222,50012.7326,46310.8022,45810.8122,47916.0833,450
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 Building/Grounds Cleaning/Maintenance Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q2016
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations10,06015.9433,13017.8737,16611.8024,53311.3223,55228.3258,912
Building Cleaning Workers, All Other2012.0825,12117.5536,50511.4523,81010.8322,53131.2565,001
First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers38031.2565,01129.8362,03916.7934,92612.7626,52546.0295,716
First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundsk13032.3067,18930.9464,37116.1333,55311.6824,30646.0495,778
Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners5,62015.1531,52017.1235,60711.7224,38811.2623,41826.6655,464
Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers2,10018.1937,82619.6240,81913.3027,66012.1125,18330.7063,866
Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners1,71012.7826,57614.2629,66211.6624,25411.1323,12919.3240,179
Pest Control Workers9018.7539,01319.3340,20015.2531,73713.5728,23826.5255,176
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 Personal Care and Service Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Personal Care and Service Occupations13,05012.9426,92715.6432,52111.5624,04811.0422,97423.7249,344
Amusement and Recreation Attendants32012.1025,16213.5228,12411.5724,05810.9022,66518.7438,992
Animal TrainersN/A12.6926,39112.9126,84511.6624,25411.1823,25315.1631,541
Baggage Porters and Bellhops7012.0925,14212.6026,22511.5123,93410.8522,56115.4532,139
Childcare Workers1,84012.8926,81413.7028,48611.6424,22311.1223,12917.6436,691
Concierges2016.8835,12216.8034,94713.6428,37212.9426,91720.7743,193
First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers59020.5342,70821.9245,59814.7330,63213.4627,99032.0966,745
Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors89027.7157,64227.0756,31115.6832,60413.0727,18541.5286,365
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists74013.2027,45417.1835,73111.2723,43910.8122,47935.5173,867
Manicurists and PedicuristsN/A12.2925,57512.6826,39111.5123,93410.9822,84014.9031,004
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors70N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers35012.6426,29814.2029,52811.6724,27511.1223,11921.6745,071
Personal Care Aides5,23012.4325,85412.9927,03011.5624,04810.9922,86115.7032,655
Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other2016.0533,37816.3533,99711.3723,65510.6522,14924.0249,963
Recreation Workers90013.9629,05316.3233,93511.5524,02711.0923,08824.5851,130
Residential Advisors49018.8339,15720.4342,48115.6532,54214.2029,52830.3663,164
Skincare SpecialistsN/A12.5626,13315.3731,96411.8024,54311.1723,22220.9543,575
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers39011.6724,28511.8924,73911.2823,45910.7022,26213.1627,381
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 Sales and Related Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Sales and Related Occupations26,93014.7330,65621.8745,50411.5323,96911.1023,09240.3483,919
Advertising Sales Agents16030.1562,71532.4667,51318.9039,32316.8435,03150.65105,350
Cashiers9,04011.8224,59912.3725,74411.5023,92810.9022,66914.8430,872
Counter and Rental Clerks76016.7634,85518.0537,53813.0027,03412.0124,99126.8655,863
First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers64036.1775,22140.8284,90924.7451,46822.2246,20565.50136,243
First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers2,55025.0352,07728.3959,04117.0635,47415.7932,84343.4090,275
Insurance Sales Agents63031.2965,07844.2892,10120.6943,02719.0439,60283.78174,266
Parts Salespersons44020.0541,69621.3444,36915.1531,50212.6626,34330.5163,458
Real Estate Sales Agents130N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Retail Salespersons6,94012.4925,98215.1231,44011.4923,90811.0022,88622.7247,258
Sales and Related Workers, All Other14020.6742,98621.9945,72011.6624,25811.2623,41235.0372,878
Sales Engineers12039.6082,36142.7788,95428.9060,11526.6155,34764.63134,437
Sales Representatives, Services, All Other1,34029.6861,73535.8074,47817.9137,25916.2433,77263.47132,002
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products2,60034.8972,55840.1183,43421.0243,71918.9739,45765.44136,109
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products43037.8878,79141.7086,73624.9051,78821.6545,01968.45142,372
Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents59028.8960,09444.4892,52420.9343,53319.9341,46991.52190,383
Telemarketers17020.2342,08821.8545,44215.2831,79112.2025,36231.3665,222
Travel Agents18020.6442,91421.4144,53416.5334,38116.2233,74129.6761,704
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 Office and Administrative Support Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Office and Administrative Support Occupations44,88020.3942,41621.7945,31413.4427,94211.8724,68533.1969,016
Bill and Account Collectors28020.0641,71922.9647,77315.0031,18913.8328,75237.9578,921
Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators94021.1143,91121.4044,51516.7334,79516.0033,27927.7957,800
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks2,95022.6647,11723.1448,13115.8132,89014.1929,49933.0968,832
Brokerage Clerks3027.8157,84128.6459,57220.0841,75018.1437,72441.1585,579
Cargo and Freight Agents5019.9241,43222.8147,44514.9931,17914.1229,38737.0777,108
Computer Operators4024.8951,76723.4048,68414.7530,67713.6528,40332.8468,299
Couriers and Messengers16018.1937,83718.5538,57414.8830,95413.3727,79925.6953,437
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks22022.4646,71824.5050,95815.9033,07414.3029,74531.1864,858
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks2018.3738,20620.1441,88312.8326,70311.0823,04636.4575,838
Customer Service Representatives5,12018.4238,29819.7641,10412.2725,52511.4123,73330.9964,479
Data Entry Keyers16019.8541,29921.0343,73716.3133,91415.6532,54129.2160,750
Desktop Publishers1028.4259,13229.3861,10925.3152,63822.7447,30142.2787,924
Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance36018.9939,49621.3544,39213.5328,14712.8526,74435.2773,349
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs15030.1462,68630.5463,54627.1556,48926.8455,82335.4873,810
Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants1,90032.9868,59633.0868,81126.6855,50625.4052,83240.0483,284
File Clerks11017.4836,36218.2437,93913.0627,16411.8724,69526.1554,389
Financial Clerks, All Other8025.4552,94527.1056,37719.9741,54518.5438,56438.0179,064
First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Worke4,22031.8366,21033.4869,65122.3346,45120.5742,78449.82103,627
Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks46012.0425,04412.5626,11911.5123,95810.9122,68815.1731,558
Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping14026.4555,00424.8851,75717.6236,64914.7030,56531.9966,537
Information and Record Clerks, All Other16027.0756,30525.7253,48819.9741,55518.5238,51331.0164,489
Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks72020.2842,18020.8943,44015.9933,25814.7330,64728.8860,084
Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan79017.8637,15118.7538,99413.1027,24612.2425,45327.4557,094
Legal Secretaries23027.7857,77025.8853,83616.7134,74415.8733,00234.1871,095
Library Assistants, Clerical31015.5732,38817.5336,44412.6526,30411.7624,45027.3456,858
Loan Interviewers and ClerksN/A21.7545,23222.1846,12315.6232,48014.4330,01130.4963,424
Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal ServiceN/A17.8237,06919.1539,83415.5832,39814.6830,53424.1850,292
Medical Secretaries86023.3248,52023.9349,77018.3138,09316.7134,75431.8066,148
Meter Readers, Utilities3030.6863,81331.5665,63628.3158,87626.4354,97338.7580,591
Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other1,61011.4423,79413.3127,68610.7122,27810.7022,26818.6838,861
Office Clerks, General5,17018.9139,33219.2740,07013.1727,40011.7724,49127.6257,452
Office Machine Operators, Except Computer16016.0033,27917.8937,22212.2325,44311.5223,96827.7257,647
Order Clerks13015.7032,66418.8639,22013.1827,41012.2725,52531.8866,292
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks39023.7749,45224.6051,17321.2744,25920.1041,80131.3065,103
Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers22024.9451,88024.6051,18318.7839,04617.0635,48131.5665,646
Postal Service Clerks16029.5961,55926.7455,62920.6042,83617.6236,63930.2162,819
Postal Service Mail Carriers74030.7763,99725.7253,48818.2938,04218.2137,88831.3965,298
Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators15029.4961,32427.1256,42822.2846,34917.3536,08529.6061,570
Procurement Clerks25021.0043,67521.6645,05814.6830,52413.4027,86032.0066,568
Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks66023.5548,98124.8251,61418.3838,21616.7834,88735.2773,349
Receptionists and Information Clerks2,55016.3533,99617.4036,20812.9126,83611.8524,65424.8551,685
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel ClerksN/A15.6532,55216.0933,48413.9729,04913.1527,34819.5740,705
Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical,5,73022.0445,84722.2146,19515.5832,39813.7928,68030.7763,987
Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks1,11016.8935,12317.5836,56712.5226,04811.6324,19425.1652,331
Stock Clerks and Order Fillers3,67013.4027,86015.2731,76311.5323,98911.0723,03622.9847,803
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service21021.8845,50921.5344,77114.9531,10713.6028,30129.5961,559
Tellers55015.5632,34716.3834,05713.8928,89513.0927,22520.7943,255
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping7015.5132,25517.3836,15714.0929,31513.2127,47124.0149,934
Word Processors and Typists11023.6349,14523.9149,71919.9241,44218.4938,46230.0962,594
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 Farming, Fishing and Forestry Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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MedianAverageEntry Level10th90th
Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry OccupationsN/A16.4534,21517.5736,54412.4225,83111.7124,35627.3156,801
Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and GreenhouseN/A14.7130,61315.1031,39612.1925,34311.2523,41019.2440,004
First-Line Supervisors of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry WorkersN/A24.5751,10323.3248,49917.5336,47316.5734,46929.9162,213
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 Construction and Extraction Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Construction and Extraction Occupations9,02027.2256,60729.1360,57518.1737,80616.4134,13346.0495,756
Brickmasons and Blockmasons15027.9958,21530.4063,23020.3842,39418.5038,46750.02104,048
Carpenters1,07027.4957,17728.7959,89320.3742,36418.9539,41339.7282,612
Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers13025.9954,06425.1652,32419.1739,86116.9835,31331.4365,367
Construction and Building Inspectors23036.3175,52035.2473,29219.8841,34715.2131,64150.97106,011
Construction Laborers1,53021.0543,77821.8245,38616.1333,54315.1731,54930.3063,027
Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers12030.2562,91529.3661,07421.4044,49017.3035,96538.5980,261
Electricians95029.9362,26430.5263,47519.2840,09517.1935,76146.3096,306
First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Work92037.2477,45440.0483,28326.7055,51925.0852,16160.85126,563
Glaziers18028.1658,56129.0260,35118.7539,00717.1035,57847.1097,984
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers19019.0839,67819.3740,29914.8530,89812.6926,38125.8253,708
Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and SteamfittersN/A11.6824,29511.9924,94611.5023,89810.7922,44413.8328,772
Highway Maintenance Workers36025.8053,66725.0452,09019.3140,16619.3540,23830.8664,187
Miscellaneous Construction and Related WorkersN/A17.7036,81921.2844,25613.7328,57813.0527,14437.0076,955
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators49031.6365,80433.0868,78520.4142,45518.7438,96657.56119,726
Painters, Construction and Maintenance36020.3442,29320.4142,45515.4932,22113.9428,99526.8255,783
Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters1,27037.7178,45135.1673,14022.9947,82721.1644,00248.22100,304
Roofers22032.0866,71031.6065,72322.8047,43020.9743,62543.3190,079
Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe CleanersN/A25.5053,03624.2350,41117.3436,05615.8733,01431.4165,336
Sheet Metal Workers6024.9051,78529.6061,55221.8645,47720.5542,76145.4994,617
Tile and Marble Setters6027.7157,65528.2058,65222.2346,23020.9843,63637.2877,535
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 Installation, Maintenance and Repair Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations9,78025.6253,27827.0456,25616.8435,02614.5830,31642.7788,973
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians3028.3158,88032.3567,29721.4544,62820.8343,32253.27110,801
Automotive Body and Related Repairers27027.7557,72526.8155,76018.0537,54814.0929,31336.9076,747
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics1,54021.7645,25622.4846,75514.6830,53912.3325,63632.4267,449
Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists41026.8655,88226.6555,42618.0037,42715.3331,86637.7578,520
Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and Repairers4018.6538,77418.7739,03713.5828,26013.0327,09525.4953,035
Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers21021.5644,86121.6645,04414.9231,03513.5328,14830.3263,043
Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Mechanical Door19041.6886,69440.1883,58432.7568,11732.3667,31748.75101,411
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment3029.1860,69329.1660,65224.1150,14922.0045,77337.0777,112
Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers15043.6690,79641.7286,78532.4067,40829.1660,66250.84105,747
Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor VehiclesN/A20.5542,74420.6142,86615.2331,68314.0229,16128.7259,731
First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers94038.0779,19938.8280,74825.4452,91423.4148,70058.10120,849
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers52031.4965,49432.0466,62823.3048,45720.9443,54444.8393,247
Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers15013.0627,15615.5132,26110.4821,80810.4721,78724.6151,192
Industrial Machinery Mechanics55027.5557,31027.9658,16119.3440,21217.3236,02939.2781,680
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other39020.1441,89321.0943,85816.2833,86115.7932,84828.6059,488
Locksmiths and Safe Repairers2034.1471,01434.0970,91331.0964,66329.3461,02738.8680,839
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General2,21023.1848,21423.5148,89315.1631,54213.7628,61434.6772,108
Maintenance Workers, Machinery23024.6851,33425.3752,78217.4436,28216.3133,92236.5876,089
Medical Equipment Repairers10024.2750,47323.6149,11517.5736,55616.2833,85130.4763,367
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except EnginesN/A26.5455,20327.0556,27720.6342,92719.5640,68836.7476,413
Motorboat Mechanics and Service TechniciansN/A24.8651,69824.1450,19919.1139,76617.3936,17130.1262,668
Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine MechanicsN/A26.9055,96326.5255,16218.8339,15917.2735,92836.6976,302
Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers17026.9756,09426.8455,84117.6936,77814.7030,57938.3379,725
Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line Installers49032.0366,62832.1366,83118.8139,12815.1231,46148.17100,196
Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers4044.3592,24541.9487,24134.0170,74131.5765,67650.40104,835
Tire Repairers and Changers10011.7224,38012.1025,18111.4723,85410.7322,32414.2929,729
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 Production Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Production Occupations16,06018.4438,35621.3244,34012.7226,47111.6524,22134.7472,253
Assemblers and fabricators, all other, including team assemblers2,53015.5632,35216.7034,73511.6624,25111.0322,94224.7451,459
Bakers24015.3431,90216.5334,36712.0525,05911.3423,59724.2550,436
Butchers and Meat Cutters7021.8145,35221.0743,81815.5232,28114.0029,13026.0654,200
Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters12020.0041,59921.7745,26015.3231,86113.4828,02631.9966,556
Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders8021.8545,44423.7649,42315.9333,13015.1331,47336.7476,416
Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment Operators and TendersN/A14.6330,42914.7130,59311.6424,22111.0222,91119.0239,584
Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders39017.7836,96518.2337,90612.9226,86011.7824,51725.7153,494
Coil Winders, Tapers, and FinishersN/A17.7136,82218.2637,96712.8226,65511.6124,14925.7853,607
Computer Numerically Controlled Machine Tool Programmers, Metal a6026.1154,30226.0454,17916.1933,67215.0331,24739.1481,428
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic31018.4238,31519.7040,97512.5526,11311.6624,25130.1862,781
Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders6022.7447,29623.8249,53614.8330,85913.5728,24036.9776,896
Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders11019.7541,08719.4640,47314.7830,73613.6028,29224.6651,295
Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic33017.3536,07518.5838,66312.8926,80811.7824,51725.1652,328
Electrical, electronic, and electromechanical assemblers, except coil winders, tapers, and finishers72017.2435,86018.0837,61013.6328,37312.9927,01324.5551,070
Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and PlasticN/A21.7145,15822.3446,45715.0031,20713.4828,04630.9064,264
Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders5023.7249,34128.4059,08921.3044,28920.0641,73248.11100,084
First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers1,44035.5673,97138.1279,30022.0045,76118.8139,12361.03126,954
Food Batchmakers42013.2527,55514.6330,42911.5423,98511.0622,98319.5040,545
Food Cooking Machine Operators and TendersN/A12.6926,38913.0427,12511.7324,40511.0823,03415.6432,536
Food Processing Workers, All OtherN/A12.1025,16212.7026,43011.3723,65810.7422,34915.6432,536
Furniture FinishersN/A14.8730,94116.2433,78414.2729,67213.1727,39123.3448,554
Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic19017.2635,90117.6736,76113.5228,12812.9126,86024.1050,108
Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic5022.4246,63123.0647,98118.5338,55016.8134,95030.8964,244
Helpers--Production Workers22018.3838,24417.8237,05711.9724,89611.3023,51524.3650,681
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers1,02022.8147,43923.6649,19815.3831,99413.8028,70135.2373,276
Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic7021.5944,92323.8549,60716.0933,45714.6830,53238.3379,709
Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers52012.1725,31513.6128,31211.5824,07710.9422,76818.2237,886
Machinists97023.1848,20626.1854,45615.8833,03714.3729,89738.5780,221
Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All Other3018.3338,12120.6342,90813.5328,15912.8826,77841.3085,897
Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders36021.3444,38123.2848,41115.6332,50614.2629,66236.7276,385
Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic31013.5228,11816.0233,31411.5424,00610.9622,79926.5155,141
Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and PlasticN/A18.3038,04920.2242,04914.8130,79713.4127,89332.1766,914
Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders50015.7832,82319.1039,71712.8326,68611.9324,80429.0660,449
Painters, Transportation Equipment7026.0554,19025.8553,76020.8743,39919.4240,40231.7165,942
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and TendersN/A18.7038,87818.8839,26613.3627,79011.9824,90625.6653,392
Plating and Coating Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic6016.1633,61018.5638,61212.1225,20311.4423,78128.6559,590
Prepress Technicians and Workers7024.9451,86823.9549,83214.6630,48012.3725,71435.7674,370
Print Binding and Finishing Workers22015.6132,45416.9935,33912.5326,06211.4723,86325.9153,883
Printing Press Operators40018.5038,48919.5840,71911.9124,77311.1223,12630.1262,648
Production Workers, All Other29013.4527,97414.6930,54210.7722,40010.4921,83721.5044,718
Rolling Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic7015.7132,66918.6238,71414.0929,31413.2127,49431.0264,520
Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still Machine Setters, Operators, and TendersN/A19.6740,90320.5542,74415.8132,88414.4430,04128.6459,559
Sewing Machine Operators13017.8637,14919.7641,10812.8826,78811.8124,57934.8672,498
Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators5033.5569,77833.0868,80628.4759,20127.4357,05438.9781,049
Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters21019.1639,83919.8741,33312.5626,11311.5824,08829.4661,268
Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers4015.6832,61815.7432,74113.6828,43512.9326,88019.3440,218
Tool and Die Makers17031.0364,54130.5163,46722.6747,14221.5844,88239.4782,092
Upholsterers1017.9637,35420.2742,16114.2729,67213.5428,17930.0262,444
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers30022.5846,96823.9049,72016.1533,59014.6230,39935.8074,452
Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Except Sawing11018.4638,40720.1641,92613.0627,17712.0425,04930.5163,477
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 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations - New Haven LMA 1Q 2019
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Hourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / AnnualHourly / Annual
Transportation and Material Moving Occupations18,31016.8535,04918.7138,91712.5025,97611.5724,06829.1960,703
Airfield Operations SpecialistsN/A22.2046,17622.3046,39318.1737,78717.0735,50528.9360,174
Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants17011.9924,93913.2527,56211.4323,75710.8922,63716.4434,178
Bus Drivers, School or Special Client1,53016.5034,31316.6534,63413.6528,39212.9126,85720.0841,748
Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels8027.5357,27128.0558,33922.0045,76120.5142,67137.4277,844
Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment49011.9424,81413.2327,51011.3423,60110.8822,61618.4538,367
Commercial Pilots20N/A106,765N/A103,706N/A56,929N/A46,922N/A166,556
Driver/Sales Workers54019.2039,95419.2740,06811.5023,91211.1323,13429.3861,108
Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators50N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
First-line supervisors of transportation and material moving workers, except aircraft cargo handling supervisors79028.5359,34529.2560,85918.1837,79715.7232,69544.9693,523
Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers2,78023.9849,88825.1352,25219.3040,13017.4636,32536.0474,972
Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators33018.9339,37321.3844,47516.4734,26114.9931,19229.4061,139
Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand6,15014.9131,00516.1933,68012.6026,21411.6824,28522.7447,306
Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers2,35016.7134,73818.5038,48111.8624,68011.2723,45630.4163,254
Material Moving Workers, All OtherN/A16.1233,54517.8537,12312.8926,79511.9824,90826.8655,861
Motor Vehicle Operators, All OtherN/A12.5125,99615.9833,23411.8924,73111.1923,25925.4852,988
Packers and Packagers, Hand1,44013.0227,07514.2429,60511.5624,05711.0923,05219.0839,684
Parking Lot AttendantsN/A12.3525,68512.6326,27611.3723,63210.9022,66814.8630,912
Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors32021.5244,75520.8143,28214.1829,49113.2427,55228.5359,335
Sailors and Marine Oilers5022.8247,47221.8745,49117.7036,82216.8935,13226.3354,751
Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs66012.7426,51514.1929,50111.5824,08811.1223,12418.7539,000
Transportation Workers, All OtherN/A16.8735,08017.9037,22711.9824,91811.3323,57028.8159,926
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