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Estimated employment10,160
Mean wage14.91
Entry wage10.15
10th percentile wage9.59
50th percentile wage13.80
90th percentile wage22.17
 Top Employing Industries
 Industry Employment  Percent 
Professional and Business Services1,33013.1%
Trade, Transportation,, and Utilities7707.6%
Other Services500.5%
 Best Paying Industries
 Industry Employment  Median Wage 
Other Services5018.42
Trade, Transportation,, and Utilities77015.44
Professional and Business Services1,33012.12
Team Assemblers (51-2092)
Work as part of a team having responsibility for assembling an entire product or component of a product. Team assemblers can perform all tasks conducted by the team in the assembly process and rotate through all or most of them rather than being assigned to a specific task on a permanent basis. May participate in making management decisions affecting the work. Team leaders who work as part of the team should be included. Exclude assemblers (51-2011 through 51-2099) who continuously perform the same task.
Median Wage History
YearThis OccupationCompared to Occupational Group  Difference 
Current$14.91 $19.88  -$4.97
2013$14.78+.9%$19.71 +.9%-$4.92
2012$14.50+1.9%$19.34 +1.9%-$4.83
2011$14.26+1.7%$19.02 +1.7%-$4.75
2010$14.03+1.6%$18.71 +1.6%-$4.67
2009$13.88+1.1%$18.51 +1.1%-$4.62
2008$13.64+1.8%$18.19 +1.8%-$4.54
2007$13.29+2.7%$17.71 +2.7%-$4.42
2006$12.98+2.3%$17.31 +2.3%-$4.32
2005$12.70+2.2%$16.94 +2.2%-$4.23
YearThis OccupationCompared to All Occupations  Difference 
Current$14.91 $26.43  -$11.51
2013$14.78+.9%$26.36 +.3%-$11.57
2012$14.50+1.9%$25.83 +2.1%-$11.32
2011$14.26+1.7%$25.38 +1.7%-$11.12
2010$14.03+1.6%$24.99 +1.6%-$10.95
2009$13.88+1.1%$24.57 +1.7%-$10.68
2008$13.64+1.8%$24.23 +1.4%-$10.59
2007$13.29+2.7%$23.61 +2.6%-$10.32
2006$12.98+2.3%$22.86 +3.3%-$9.87
2005$12.70+2.2%$22.15 +3.2%-$9.44

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 percent of workers earn between this wage range, 10 percent earn less while 10 percent earn more.

Reference Date: 1st Quarter 2014
State of Connecticut, Department of Labor - Office of Research
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