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2013 OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT
AND WAGE ESTIMATES

Occupations
Employment Estimates
Average Wages
Wage Percentiles
Annual Wages

Washington State
Employment Security Department
Labor Market and Economic Analysis
June 2013

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates
Published June 2013

Washington State Employment Security Department
Dale Peinecke, commissioner
Labor Market and Economic Analysis, Occupational Employment Statistics Unit
Charlie Saibel, supervisor

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Contents
Introduction and notes on estimates ............................................................................................. iii
Definitions ...................................................................................................................................... iv
Map of survey areas........................................................................................................................ v
Washington statewide .................................................................................................................... 1
Metropolitan statistical areas and divisions
Bellingham ................................................................................................................................ 15
Bremerton-Silverdale ................................................................................................................ 23
Kennewick-Pasco-Richland ...................................................................................................... 29
Lewiston, Idaho-Clarkston, Washington .................................................................................. 37
Longview .................................................................................................................................. 41
Mount Vernon-Anacortes ......................................................................................................... 47
Olympia .................................................................................................................................... 53
Portland, Oregon-Vancouver, Washington .............................................................................. 61
Seattle-Bellevue-Everett ............................................................................................................ 73
Spokane .................................................................................................................................... 85
Tacoma ...................................................................................................................................... 95
Wenatchee ................................................................................................................................. 105
Yakima ...................................................................................................................................... 111
Balance-of-state areas





Northwest Washington.............................................................................................................. 119
Southwest Washington.............................................................................................................. 125
Central Washington................................................................................................................... 131
Eastern Washington................................................................................................................... 137

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - i

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - ii

Introduction
Each year, the Employment Security Department’s Labor Market and Economic Analysis branch
compiles occupational employment and wage estimates for Washington state. The data are
presented statewide, for Metropolitan Statistical Areas, for Metropolitan Divisions and for
balance-of-state areas. All data are at the cross-industry level.
Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) is a program of the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau
of Labor Statistics. This federal-state cooperative program produces employment and wage
estimates for nearly 840 occupations. National estimates, state estimates and more information
about the program are available online at www.bls.gov/oes.

Notes on estimates
These occupational employment and wage estimates are based on the spring 2012 Occupational
Employment Statistics survey. The survey collected employment counts and wages from more
than 4,900 Washington employers. Data from the spring 2012 survey were combined with the
fall 2009, spring 2010, fall 2010, spring 2011 and fall 2011 survey panels to create a sample
size of more than 28,000 employers. Wage estimates were updated to a March 2013 level using
Employment Cost Index (ECI) factors. Employment estimates are benchmarked to an average of
November 2011 and May 2012 employment.
Occupation and wage estimates are not provided for farms, the self-employed, owner/partners
in unincorporated firms, the military, household workers or unpaid family workers. Estimates
for some occupations or wage levels are not listed due to small sample size. These include
occupations with an estimated employment of fewer than 10 people.

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - iii

Definitions
25th Percentile – 25 percent of all wage earners earn below the wage rate specified.
50th Percentile – 50 percent of all wage earners earn below the wage rate specified. The 50th
percentile is the median wage.
75th Percentile – 75 percent of all wage earners earn below the wage rate specified.
Annual wage – In instances where hourly rates are reported, the annual wage is calculated by
multiplying the hourly rate by 2,080 hours. This is the annual equivalent of working full-time at
40 hours per week.
Average wage – The sum of all reported wage rates divided by the number of rates.
Balance-of-state area (BOS) – One of four groups of counties in Washington not included in a
metropolitan statistical area. Each county group is considered economically related.
Employment cost index (ECI) – The employment cost index measures changes in wages, salaries
and benefits for civilian workers. This includes private industry and state and local government.
The ECI is published by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics and can be found at http://stats.
bls.gov/ncs/ect/.
Metropolitan Division (MD) – A county or group of counties that serve as a distinct employment
region within a metropolitan statistical area that has a population of at least 2.5 million people.
Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) – A county or group of counties that are economically related
having a principal city or urbanized area with a population of at least 50,000 people. A MSA may
include contiguous counties from neighboring states. Also called a metro area.
Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) – The SOC system is used to sort and define nearly
840 occupations. The standardized system allows comparable research and reporting by
individual states and the federal government. For more information on the SOC system, go to
www.bls.gov/soc.

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - iv

Whatcom
San Juan

Pend
Oreille

Okanogan

Skagit

Ferry
Stevens

Island

Clallam

Snohomish
Chelan

Jefferson
Kitsap

Grays Mason
Harbor

Pierce

Kititas

Franklin
Yakima

Cowlitz
Columbia

Washington

Yamhill

Skamania

Clark

Spokane

Grant
Adams

Lewis

Wahkiakum

Lincoln

King

Thurston

Pacific

Douglas

Whitman

Garfield
Columbia

Benton Walla Walla

Nez
Perce

Asotin

Klickitat

Multnomah

Clackamas

Bellingham, WA MSA – Whatcom County
Bremerton-Silverdale, WA MSA – Kitsap County
Kennewick-Pasco-Richland, WA MSA – Benton and Franklin counties
Lewiston-Clarkston, ID-WA MSA – Nez Perce, ID; and Asotin, WA counties
Longview, WA MSA – Cowlitz County
Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA MSA – Skagit County
Olympia, WA MSA – Thurston County
Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA – Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah,
Washington and Yamhill, OR; and Clark and Skamania, WA counties
Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD – King and Snohomish counties
Spokane, WA MSA – Spokane County
Tacoma, WA MD – Pierce County
Wenatchee, WA MSA – Chelan and Douglas counties
Yakima, WA MSA – Yakima County
Balance of State Northwest – Clallam, Island, Jefferson and San Juan counties
Balance of State Southwest – Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific and Wahkiakum counties
Balance of State Central – Adams, Grant, Kittitas, Klickitat and Okanogan counties
Balance of State East –Columbia, Ferry, Garfield, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Stevens,
Walla Walla and Whitman counties

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - vi

Washington Statewide

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes all Counties in Washington State
SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

13-2011
27-2011
15-2011
23-1021
11-3011
25-3011
11-2011
41-3011
17-3021
17-2011
13-1011
19-4011
17-2021
45-2091
45-2011
25-1041
45-2099
53-1011
49-3011
51-2011
53-2022
53-2011
53-3011
39-3091
29-1061
45-2021
33-9011
19-1011
39-2011
19-3091
25-1061
13-2021
23-1022
17-1011
17-3011
25-4011
25-1062
27-1011
25-1121
27-1019
51-2099
27-2021
29-9091
19-2021
25-1051
27-4011
29-1181
25-9011
49-3021
49-3022
49-3023
49-2091
39-6011
33-3011
51-3011

Accountants & Auditors
Actors
Actuaries
Admin Law Judges, Adjudicators, & Hearing Officers
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising & Promotions Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Aerospace Engineering & Operations Technicians
Aerospace Engineers
Agents/Business Mgrs of Artists, Performers, Athletes
Agricultural & Food Science Technicians
Agricultural Engineers
Agricultural Equipment Operators
Agricultural Inspectors
Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary
Agricultural Wkrs, All Other
Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Aircraft Structure/Surface/Rigging/System Assemblers
Airfield Operations Specialists
Airline Pilots, Copilots, & Flight Engineers
Ambulance Drivers/Attendants (Not EMTs)
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Anesthesiologists
Animal Breeders
Animal Control Wkrs
Animal Scientists
Animal Trainers
Anthropologists & Archeologists
Anthropology & Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Arbitrators, Mediators, & Conciliators
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Archivists
Area, Ethnic, & Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsec
Art Directors
Art, Drama, & Music Teachers, Postsecondary
Artists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Athletes & Sports Competitors
Athletic Trainers
Atmospheric & Space Scientists
Atmospheric/Earth/Marine/Space Sci Teachers, Postsec
Audio & Video Equipment Technicians
Audiologists
Audio-Visual Collections Specialists
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Glass Installers & Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Avionics Technicians
Baggage Porters & Bellhops
Bailiffs
Bakers

22,679
323
462
437
5,053
2,874
542
2,992
736
8,017
58
467
49
1,141
592
52
326
148
5,667
13,050
94
1,135
194
6,618
394
36
255
22
187
194
1,085
138
3,222
1,562
242
111
712
1,531
82
7,417
357
279
224
285
869
301
153
2,310
768
10,884
1,282
1,187
130
4,132

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$33.50
$23.63
$45.82
$43.85
$47.91
$23.45
$52.94
$31.36
$32.76
$49.82
$28.11
$17.70
$35.04
$13.79
$19.23

$25.24
$11.47
$33.90
$37.69
$34.09
$19.59
$36.63
$16.61
$25.87
$40.92
$14.24
$13.61
$23.46
$11.30
$15.19

$31.07
$18.20
$42.78
$39.63
$44.21
$22.92
$50.03
$23.90
$32.90
$48.94
$17.97
$16.76
$36.17
$13.19
$20.10

$39.41
$28.30
$54.99
$45.89
$57.47
$27.88
$66.44
$39.83
$38.29
$58.16
$29.60
$20.84
$42.92
$15.01
$21.85

$17.91
$24.59
$28.02
$25.64
$27.73

$13.28
$16.96
$21.91
$18.79
$23.18

$15.50
$18.89
$27.32
$23.40
$27.25

$22.94
$33.99
$34.09
$33.32
$31.90

$12.85
$11.13
$119.50

$10.39
$9.34
$91.24

$11.37
$9.83
$91.26

$14.28
$11.56
$91.28

$20.36
$40.24
$16.99
$29.95

$13.69
$33.24
$11.71
$23.12

$20.28
$37.37
$19.16
$29.30

$25.97
$44.95
$21.36
$36.24

$31.25
$31.93
$33.96
$27.46
$28.95

$22.74
$25.19
$25.19
$21.91
$21.07

$28.79
$30.86
$31.78
$27.07
$26.39

$38.12
$37.14
$40.02
$32.89
$36.98

$48.18

$36.34

$44.70

$56.48

$24.27
$15.37

$16.82
$12.16

$20.92
$14.50

$28.79
$17.66

$44.30

$31.79

$42.08

$54.76

$22.81
$45.83
$21.07
$21.31
$17.68
$20.71
$30.41
$10.75
$20.50
$13.95

$16.01
$31.32
$17.56
$15.78
$12.88
$15.10
$25.52
$9.30
$14.76
$10.56

$21.56
$36.91
$20.24
$19.96
$16.16
$20.17
$29.70
$9.47
$19.79
$13.10

$28.67
$44.93
$22.90
$26.30
$21.32
$25.59
$35.74
$10.94
$25.89
$17.00

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 1

Annual
Wage
$69,680
$95,307
$91,217
$99,640
$48,760
$110,107
$65,228
$68,133
$103,634
$58,461
$36,821
$72,884
$28,691
$39,992
$81,625
$37,245
$51,156
$58,285
$53,336
$57,684
$140,383
$26,722
$23,161
$248,564
$42,345
$83,708
$35,339
$62,295
$66,844
$64,998
$66,408
$70,629
$57,123
$60,220
$70,448
$100,212
$60,826
$50,485
$31,975
$116,834
$46,065
$92,147
$86,636
$47,440
$95,325
$43,833
$44,329
$36,775
$43,075
$63,262
$22,351
$42,643
$29,024

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

39-5011
35-3011
49-3091
43-3011
43-3021
19-1021
25-1042
19-1029
19-4021
17-2031
47-2011
43-3031
47-3011
47-2021
53-6011
27-4012
43-4011
13-2031
37-2019
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
13-1199
25-1011
51-3021
51-7011
49-9061
27-4031
53-5021
29-2031
43 5011
43-5011
47-3012
47-2031
47-2041
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
51-9191
35-1011
17-2041
51-9011
51-8091
19-4031
25-1052
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
51-9192
21-2011
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
51-2021
49-9091
35-3021
27-1021

Barbers
Bartenders
Bicycle Repairers
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biochemists & Biophysicists
Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Biological Scientists, All Other
Biological Technicians
Biomedical Engineers
Boilermakers
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Brick/Block/Stonemason & Tile/Marble Setter Helpers
Brickmasons & Blockmasons
Bridge & Lock Tenders
Broadcast Technicians
Brokerage Clerks
Budget Analysts
Building Cleaning Wkrs, All Other
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Business Teachers, Postsecondary
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Camera & Photographic Equipment Repairers
Camera Ops, Television, Video, & Motion Picture
Captains, Mates, & Pilots of Water Vessels
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenter Helpers
Carpenters
Carpet Installers
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Cementing & Gluing Machine Operators & Tenders
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Engineers
Chemical Equipment Operators & Tenders
Chemical Plant & System Operators
Chemical Technicians
Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Cleaning/Washing/Metal Pickling Equipment Ops/Tenders
Clergy
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Coil Winders, Tapers, & Finishers
Coin, Vending, & Amusement Machine Svcrs & Repairers
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Commercial & Industrial Designers

383
13,812
233
4,939
11,244
269
880
1,311
3,199
265
339
39,550
343
680
64
556
695
2,212
5,768
9,717
6,990
24,620
1,312
2,846
1,748
25
525
1,598
1,106
1 748
1,748
360
17,066
611
406
64,252
2,080
422
2,524
453
187
264
1,015
389
2,077
3,180
10,326
5,601
803
2,210
12,131
5,825
6,282
905
493
1,733
7,726
1,561
710
63,583
497

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$14.88
$13.25
$13.56
$17.38
$18.42
$39.98

$9.84
$9.50
$11.52
$13.91
$15.33
$23.97

$12.85
$12.21
$13.13
$17.01
$18.02
$37.74

$17.34
$14.83
$14.56
$20.28
$21.43
$47.98

$35.06
$20.39
$41.33
$23.71
$19.19
$21.12
$29.99
$24.62
$17.25
$21.97
$36.15
$14.70
$25.44
$17.61
$23.81
$34.73

$25.81
$16.01
$26.32
$19.70
$15.29
$15.89
$25.41
$18.85
$11.65
$17.57
$29.84
$10.56
$21.02
$15.74
$21.01
$25.09

$34.82
$19.41
$35.29
$23.22
$18.53
$18.84
$30.75
$25.53
$14.35
$21.71
$35.35
$11.75
$25.17
$17.73
$24.64
$32.80

$42.47
$23.92
$52.19
$27.43
$22.58
$25.83
$34.54
$28.33
$21.37
$26.30
$42.49
$19.74
$29.75
$20.18
$27.56
$42.80

$17.65
$18.42
$21.34
$23.37
$35.72
$32.61
$26 70
$26.70
$15.68
$24.20
$19.65
$34.59
$12.71
$22.86
$19.76
$21.66
$45.88
$20.35
$24.74
$20.96

$13.01
$14.34
$16.59
$16.98
$27.81
$25.69
$16 75
$16.75
$12.07
$17.83
$14.39
$28.05
$9.56
$15.08
$13.40
$16.55
$35.66
$16.99
$17.67
$15.86

$19.17
$17.66
$21.15
$21.40
$34.65
$33.62
$24 78
$24.78
$13.99
$23.08
$18.36
$34.55
$11.06
$22.12
$17.04
$20.43
$46.65
$19.68
$24.90
$20.12

$21.66
$22.05
$26.53
$31.16
$43.49
$40.02
$37 08
$37.08
$19.10
$30.17
$23.11
$41.44
$14.36
$29.87
$25.78
$25.55
$56.10
$22.87
$31.98
$24.47

$37.73
$92.66
$11.09
$22.05
$47.35
$27.15
$41.39
$30.99
$12.64
$16.07
$25.41
$35.81

$28.39
$61.13
$9.41
$17.11
$21.31
$23.74
$33.16
$24.80
$9.80
$11.29
$19.16
$28.04

$36.11
$90.43
$10.36
$23.87
$26.94
$27.14
$40.06
$29.24
$11.42
$13.55
$25.80
$33.36

$46.14
$91.09
$11.73
$26.07
$58.96
$30.72
$48.23
$35.70
$14.04
$18.20
$30.95
$40.16

$15.90
$16.08
$17.79
$10.65
$28.89

$12.77
$12.44
$14.38
$9.31
$21.14

$15.25
$15.75
$17.50
$9.52
$30.26

$18.27
$18.98
$21.49
$11.21
$36.25

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 2

Annual
Wage
$30,948
$27,561
$28,214
$36,163
$38,313
$83,165
$82,758
$72,922
$42,422
$85,957
$49,331
$39,906
$43,920
$62,374
$51,208
$35,892
$45,684
$75,195
$30,558
$52,916
$36,622
$49,520
$72,236
$83,576
$36,704
$38,313
$44,387
$48,622
$74,291
$67,829
$55 526
$55,526
$32,601
$50,329
$40,885
$71,932
$26,437
$47,562
$41,087
$45,049
$95,419
$42,313
$51,471
$43,595
$75,065
$78,481
$192,737
$23,070
$45,866
$98,482
$56,466
$86,087
$64,453
$26,281
$33,420
$52,861
$74,479
$38,164
$33,072
$33,441
$37,006
$22,154
$60,099

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

49-9092
53-2012
25-1122
21-1099
21-1094
11-3111
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1111
17-2061
15-1143
15-1152
15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
25-1021
15-1132
15-1133
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
51-4011
39-6012
19-1031
47-4011
47-4099
47-2061
11-9021
47-3019
47 1011
47-1011
47-5041
49-9012
53-7011
35-2019
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
51-9193
33-3012
33-1011
43-4021
13-1051
39-3092
21-1019
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
23-2091
43-4031
27-1012
53-7021
13-2041
43-4041
25-1111
33-9091
51-9021
25-4012
43-4051
51-4031
51-9031

Commercial Divers
Commercial Pilots
Communications Teachers, Postsecondary
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Community Health Workers
Compensation and Benefits Managers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer and Information Scientists, Research
Computer Hardware Engineers
Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Concierges
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction & Related Wkrs, All Other
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades, All Other Helpers
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs
Wkrs, 1st
1st-Ln
Ln Spvrs
Continuous Mining Machine Operators
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Conveyor Operators & Tenders
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cooling & Freezing Equipment Operators & Tenders
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Correctional Officers, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Correspondence Clerks
Cost Estimators
Costume Attendants
Counselors, All Other
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court Reporters
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Craft Artists
Crane & Tower Operators
Credit Analysts
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, & Clerks
Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsec
Crossing Guards
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Curators
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Cutters & Trimmers, Hand

169
704
444
1,300
403
350
1,660
7,000
9,908
750
1,695
4,226
4,758
5,774
906
12,462
449
39,647
14,498
13,833
13,449
2,356
2,994
295
700
2,260
577
14,426
4,326
444
12 029
12,029
145
935
859
1,459
5,256
8,632
23,442
1,969
199
5,732
999
59
4,862
41
259
15,060
14,339
1,248
209
3,195
182
1,451
1,098
599
153
1,085
639
235
35,773
2,282
297

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$39.45

$26.22

$38.91

$47.25

$20.97
$22.76
$55.28
$32.48
$32.03
$67.40
$49.90
$52.57
$48.24
$31.65
$40.72
$20.83
$45.51

$13.71
$16.87
$38.87
$23.52
$25.41
$49.90
$40.39
$41.46
$40.91
$24.61
$28.97
$15.79
$36.87

$18.92
$21.38
$47.09
$29.91
$30.22
$63.64
$49.07
$50.29
$47.49
$30.22
$39.91
$20.70
$45.30

$27.65
$27.92
$64.72
$39.11
$37.09
$79.37
$57.89
$61.01
$55.91
$35.39
$54.20
$25.69
$54.93

$48.81
$51.32
$26.47
$46.20
$19.13
$21.77
$13.89
$31.31
$31.88
$22.51
$20.33
$50.08
$15.81
$35 80
$35.80
$25.66
$24.89
$17.24
$12.46
$10.35
$14.24
$12.61
$12.07
$16.61
$22.99
$28.63
$22.52
$32.33
$17.36
$18.29
$13.66
$10.90
$14.48
$23.81
$21.06
$17.55
$35.07
$35.08
$20.28

$39.90
$41.64
$19.56
$34.67
$14.63
$15.59
$12.03
$24.17
$27.38
$13.22
$14.30
$37.22
$11.94
$28 39
$28.39
$18.93
$17.97
$13.74
$10.22
$9.29
$11.60
$10.59
$9.41
$12.34
$21.51
$23.74
$15.67
$23.27
$13.61
$10.99
$10.09
$9.32
$12.27
$15.30
$17.75
$15.43
$31.06
$25.61
$16.13

$48.79
$47.66
$24.69
$43.11
$18.00
$19.77
$13.66
$30.19
$32.08
$18.66
$17.87
$45.05
$15.01
$35 41
$35.41
$24.31
$24.57
$16.46
$11.32
$9.47
$13.84
$12.32
$11.47
$16.09
$21.52
$26.13
$19.01
$31.03
$16.73
$16.64
$12.64
$9.54
$14.05
$20.57
$20.80
$16.95
$35.42
$31.92
$18.65

$57.83
$58.49
$30.47
$53.11
$22.07
$27.38
$15.71
$35.89
$36.49
$29.87
$26.26
$57.53
$18.29
$43 08
$43.08
$27.08
$31.12
$18.86
$13.90
$10.86
$16.70
$14.27
$13.69
$20.40
$24.88
$32.05
$22.65
$40.55
$20.83
$23.62
$16.06
$11.29
$16.43
$34.17
$24.66
$18.46
$41.64
$41.19
$22.51

$20.58
$16.52
$26.15
$17.67
$18.91
$13.53

$11.38
$13.40
$18.44
$13.43
$14.19
$10.75

$24.00
$16.12
$24.78
$16.75
$17.80
$12.68

$27.34
$18.69
$31.92
$20.73
$21.98
$16.14

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 3

Annual
Wage
$82,057
$82,731
$60,157
$43,628
$47,341
$114,987
$67,563
$66,611
$140,176
$103,788
$109,337
$100,333
$65,834
$84,685
$43,330
$94,657
$74,737
$101,525
$106,740
$55,049
$96,096
$39,799
$45,293
$28,876
$65,125
$66,306
$46,815
$42,288
$104,164
$32,882
$74 450
$74,450
$53,368
$51,760
$35,846
$25,922
$21,545
$29,622
$26,223
$25,118
$34,540
$47,838
$59,558
$46,842
$67,238
$36,097
$38,041
$28,412
$22,672
$30,102
$49,530
$43,823
$36,501
$72,956
$72,968
$42,197
$54,651
$42,802
$34,360
$54,394
$36,760
$39,317
$28,134

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

51-9032
43-9021
15-1141
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1029
29-1021
27-1029
43-9031
33-3021
29-2032
29-2051
29-1031
35-9011
21-2021
35-9021
43-5032
41-9091
17-3019
51-4032
53-3031
47-2081
47-5021
25-1063
19-3011
27-3041
11-9031
11-9039
11-9032
11 9033
11-9033
25-1081
25-9099
21-1012
49-2092
17-3023
51-2022
17-3012
17-2071
49-9051
49-2094
49-2095
47-3013
47-2111
51-2023
17-3024
49-2096
49-2097
17-2072
49-2093
25-2021
47-4021
43-4061
39-4011
11-9161
29-2041
13-1071
51-2031
11-9041
25-1032
17-3029
17-2199

Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, All Other Specialists
Dentists, General
Designers, All Other
Desktop Publishers
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietetic Technicians
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Directors, Religious Activities & Education
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Door-To-Door Sales Wkrs, News/Street Vendors
Drafters, All Other
Drilling/Boring Machine Tool Setters/Ops/Tenders
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Earth Drillers, Not Oil & Gas
Economics Teachers, Postsecondary
Economists
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators
Administrators, Postsecondary
Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electric Motor, Power Tool, & Related Repairers
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical & Electronics Drafters
Electrical Engineers
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse/Relay
Electrician Helpers
Electricians
Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers
Electro-Mechanical Technicians
Electronic Equipment Installers/Repairers, Motor Veh
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Install/Repair
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Electronics Install/Repair, Transprtn Equipmt
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Elevator Installers & Repairers
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Embalmers
Emergency Management Directors
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engine & Other Machine Assemblers
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other

1,325
2,523
2,602
9,088
5,850
969
108
1,868
123
239
1,704
1,331
587
1,374
8,439
91
10,723
3,509
167
169
5,560
2,477
382
178
266
2,601
709
682
4,021
2 040
2,040
1,115
3,505
4,791
221
2,292
4,640
1,093
5,330
2,418
1,589
275
383
11,770
280
163
425
526
3,579
430
26,157
191
3,464
31
164
3,769
9,598
1,164
5,843
692
2,402
3,558

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$16.97
$15.76
$42.89
$19.19
$44.12
$21.10
$81.83
$99.16
$25.41
$19.78
$44.10
$38.97
$17.66
$29.83
$10.82
$24.02
$10.30
$20.77
$12.31
$25.90
$14.74
$15.50
$24.06
$24.38

$11.50
$12.26
$33.45
$16.04
$39.89
$16.16
$61.11
$66.49
$19.49
$16.35
$36.68
$34.14
$13.67
$25.72
$9.31
$17.20
$9.32
$15.06
$10.45
$21.03
$12.46
$10.47
$19.56
$19.49

$15.48
$15.34
$42.55
$19.17
$43.95
$20.00
$77.01
$91.24
$24.91
$19.98
$43.69
$39.24
$17.08
$30.23
$9.54
$21.37
$9.61
$19.86
$11.41
$25.63
$13.84
$13.60
$23.68
$24.53

$21.33
$18.81
$52.31
$22.14
$49.41
$25.89
$91.23
$91.27
$30.46
$23.00
$52.09
$44.07
$21.53
$34.71
$11.34
$30.44
$10.98
$25.75
$13.22
$28.96
$16.11
$18.04
$29.49
$29.01

$39.22
$33.73
$24.02
$33.00

$31.59
$20.62
$16.80
$21.89

$36.19
$29.71
$21.59
$30.70

$44.16
$44.20
$28.13
$41.92

$47 06
$47.06

$33 73
$33.73

$41 66
$41.66

$53 63
$53.63

$22.26
$27.77
$23.85
$30.38
$16.71
$35.36
$45.79
$38.83
$32.97
$40.73
$15.80
$29.25
$21.26

$16.87
$22.43
$18.00
$23.98
$13.06
$28.60
$37.44
$36.34
$27.76
$38.19
$10.98
$22.65
$14.75

$20.26
$27.19
$22.35
$30.31
$16.08
$36.02
$45.06
$40.38
$32.12
$41.23
$13.48
$28.71
$19.72

$26.45
$33.17
$31.41
$35.80
$19.53
$42.79
$54.66
$43.60
$39.82
$44.28
$17.59
$36.28
$26.05

$21.95
$21.79
$48.31
$29.31

$15.39
$17.85
$39.19
$21.18

$19.75
$21.37
$47.06
$27.32

$27.55
$25.78
$57.38
$39.25

$39.25
$21.68

$32.13
$19.57

$40.61
$22.47

$46.98
$23.61

$38.01
$24.84
$31.41
$19.68
$64.38

$30.97
$14.24
$23.30
$15.43
$53.07

$37.72
$20.57
$29.94
$19.22
$63.13

$46.65
$35.71
$37.79
$22.17
$73.13

$34.01
$46.04

$29.11
$35.24

$35.41
$46.52

$40.56
$57.71

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 4

Annual
Wage
$35,292
$32,781
$89,201
$39,908
$91,779
$43,872
$170,222
$206,253
$52,864
$41,143
$91,728
$81,070
$36,731
$62,041
$22,511
$49,969
$21,430
$43,203
$25,605
$53,863
$30,669
$32,222
$50,034
$50,706
$82,976
$81,567
$70,163
$49,980
$68,632
$102,436
$97 874
$97,874
$65,761
$46,299
$57,764
$49,619
$63,182
$34,752
$73,550
$95,245
$80,773
$68,570
$84,731
$32,858
$60,843
$44,222
$45,655
$45,317
$100,482
$60,955
$60,200
$81,635
$45,091
$79,065
$51,679
$65,336
$40,934
$133,897
$99,556
$70,742
$95,770

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

25-1123
27-2099
39-3099
17-3025
17-2081
19-4091
25-1053
19-2041
19-1041
51-9194
53-7032
43-6011
29-1128
47-5031
47-5099
47-5081
51-9041
51-4021
51-6091
51-6092
45-4021
29-1062
25-9021
49-3041
11-9013
45-1011
45-2092
45-2093
27-1022
47-4031
51 2091
51-2091
43-4071
27-4032
13-2051
43-3099
13-2061
11-3031
13-2099
27-1013
33-2011
33-1021
33-2021
33-3031
45-3011
39-9031
53-2031
47-2042
47-2043
27-1023
51-3092
51-3093
35-9099
35-1012
35-2021
51-3099
19-1012
35-3041
11-9051
51-3091
25-1124
19-4092
19-4093

English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Entertainers & Performers, Sports & Related Wkrs, A/O
Entertainment Attendants & Related Wkrs, A/O
Environmental Engineering Technicians
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Epidemiologists
Etchers & Engravers
Excavating & Loading Machine & Dragline Operators
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Exercise Physiologists
Explosives Wkrs, Ordnance Handling Experts, & Blasters
Extraction Wkrs, All Other
Extraction Worker Helpers
Extrude/Form/Press/Compact Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Extruding/Drawing Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Extruding/Forming Machine Set/Op/Tend, Synthetic/Glass
Fabric & Apparel Patternmakers
Fallers
Family & General Practitioners
Farm & Home Management Advisors
Farm Equipment Mechanics
Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
Fashion Designers
Fence Erectors
Fiberglass Laminators & Fabricators
File Clerks
Film & Video Editors
Financial Analysts
Financial Clerks, All Other
Financial Examiners
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fine Artists, Inc Painters, Sculptors, Illustrators
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fire Inspectors & Investigators
Fish & Game Wardens
Fishers & Related Fishing Wkrs
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Flight Attendants
Floor Layers, Not Carpet, Wood, & Hard Tiles
Floor Sanders & Finishers
Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Cooking Machine Operators & Tenders
Food Preparation & Serving Related Wkrs, A/O
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Processing Workers, All Other
Food Scientists & Technologists
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Food/Tobacco Roast/Bake/Dry Mach Ops/Tenders
Foreign Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Forensic Science Technicians
Forest & Conservation Technicians

1,228
214
241
491
1,669
1,164
65
3,614
271
241
664
13,308
74
93
95
807
769
338
68
596
1,804
374
710
137
813
5,990
702
223
786
1 095
1,095
2,443
392
3,907
364
10,681
2,472
586
7,097
1,894
245
113
6,787
988
350
1,052
2,256
474
1,509
14,011
15,576
743
257
5,683
434
637
202
1,273

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage
$60,860

$18.85
$12.76
$29.27
$44.83
$26.42

$12.15
$9.53
$25.88
$36.43
$18.78

$16.13
$10.85
$31.33
$43.32
$25.52

$23.34
$14.69
$34.37
$53.04
$33.51

$39.47
$36.80
$14.72
$29.35
$25.77
$22.36
$29.74
$19.57
$15.08
$16.55
$17.96
$15.36
$15.04
$31.25
$88.07
$25.54
$18.50
$39.03
$24.86
$12.11
$13.83
$30.23
$17.41
$15 25
$15.25
$15.02
$27.18
$41.78
$20.83
$40.16
$56.42
$29.51
$34.03
$30.52
$41.66
$38.03
$28.92
$21.80
$20.23

$29.63
$31.78
$12.00
$23.83
$20.55
$16.49
$27.97
$14.13
$12.92
$11.65
$13.27
$12.82
$12.43
$30.01
$57.95
$19.49
$13.71
$29.82
$17.82
$9.52
$10.06
$18.04
$15.18
$12 13
$12.13
$11.91
$21.66
$31.51
$15.76
$30.96
$39.73
$21.46
$20.47
$23.68
$37.42
$31.55
$26.53
$14.91
$12.86

$37.20
$37.61
$13.90
$30.17
$25.26
$20.44
$30.98
$18.47
$14.07
$15.49
$17.31
$15.34
$14.29
$32.71
$83.00
$24.16
$17.74
$35.16
$23.86
$10.72
$13.02
$26.56
$17.20
$14 03
$14.03
$14.17
$27.20
$39.60
$19.99
$38.36
$51.16
$26.32
$25.28
$32.76
$42.72
$37.93
$31.55
$20.34
$18.31

$47.19
$42.68
$16.71
$34.34
$29.97
$27.33
$33.82
$22.52
$16.31
$20.56
$21.76
$17.78
$17.07
$35.40
$91.26
$31.31
$22.25
$45.08
$30.97
$12.86
$17.76
$36.17
$19.80
$18 10
$18.10
$17.55
$31.55
$48.71
$24.45
$44.96
$67.10
$34.71
$39.04
$39.78
$49.28
$45.80
$31.56
$30.12
$26.63

$23.81
$15.48
$14.30
$14.03
$15.09
$10.90
$16.71
$11.49
$13.47
$27.45
$11.40
$30.44
$16.11

$17.56
$12.75
$11.41
$10.72
$11.53
$9.35
$12.74
$9.46
$10.28
$18.05
$9.40
$20.66
$11.50

$21.41
$14.13
$13.96
$13.20
$15.35
$9.94
$15.81
$10.76
$11.68
$23.77
$10.38
$27.72
$15.78

$31.17
$17.69
$16.88
$16.47
$18.09
$11.61
$20.04
$12.86
$14.71
$35.17
$12.38
$41.31
$19.31

$26.80
$18.05

$21.05
$13.63

$26.66
$16.10

$32.59
$21.43

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 5

$26,551
$60,896
$93,256
$54,952
$115,844
$82,105
$76,539
$30,612
$61,048
$53,591
$46,503
$61,861
$40,722
$31,363
$34,419
$37,362
$31,955
$31,269
$64,998
$183,171
$53,131
$38,482
$81,173
$51,721
$25,190
$28,757
$62,868
$36,219
$31 712
$31,712
$31,241
$56,531
$86,891
$43,319
$83,528
$117,365
$61,378
$70,782
$63,487
$86,639
$79,117
$60,144
$45,352
$42,075
$42,824
$49,522
$32,183
$29,752
$29,182
$31,385
$22,675
$34,746
$23,897
$28,015
$57,101
$23,707
$63,312
$33,504
$56,331
$55,737
$37,558

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

45-4011
19-1032
25-1043
51-4022
51-4071
13-1131
39-4021
11-9061
51-9051
51-7021
39-3012
43-3041
41-2012
39-3011
11-9071
39-1011
33-9031
39-3019
53-7071
51-8092
11-1021
29-9092
19-3092
25-1064
19-4041
19-2042
47-2121
45-2041
25-1191
27-1024
51 4033
51-4033
51-9022
37-3019
39-5012
47-4041
17-2111
29-1199
21-1091
25-1071
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
29-2092
51-4191
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
19-3093
25-1125
53-7041
49-9031
25-1192
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
19-2043
17-3026
17-2112
49-9041

Forest & Conservation Wkrs
Foresters
Forestry & Conservation Science Teachers, Postsec
Forging Machine Setters, Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Foundry Mold & Coremakers
Fundraisers
Funeral Attendants
Funeral Directors
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, & Kettle Ops/Tenders
Furniture Finishers
Gaming & Sports Book Writers & Runners
Gaming Cage Wkrs
Gaming Change Persons & Booth Cashiers
Gaming Dealers
Gaming Mgrs
Gaming Supervisors
Gaming Surveillance Officers & Gaming Investigators
Gaming Svc Wkrs, All Other
Gas Compressor & Gas Pumping Station Operators
Gas Plant Operators
General & Operations Mgrs
Genetic Counselors
Geographers
Geography Teachers, Postsecondary
Geological & Petroleum Technicians
Geoscientists, Not Hydrologists & Geographers
Glaziers
Graders & Sorters, Agricultural Products
Graduate Teaching Assistants
Graphic Designers
Grind/Lap/Polish/Buff Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Grinding & Polishing Wkrs, Hand
Grounds Maintenance Wkrs, All Other
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Hazardous Materials Removal Wkrs
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Diagnosing & Treating Practitioners, A/O
Health Educators
Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Hearing Aid Specialists
Heat Treating Equip Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
Historians
History Teachers, Postsecondary
Hoist & Winch Operators
Home Appliance Repairers
Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Hydrologists
Industrial Engineering Technicians
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics

443
531
75
139
306
1,746
88
83
811
332
768
1,086
809
6,361
201
1,090
523
38
254
27,305
35
58
104
87
925
1,712
4,020
624
4,276
1 021
1,021
508
134
9,643
1,269
559
822
1,122
2,857
2,976
821
4,105
244
499
3,648
2,905
2,621
57
357
139
800
101
10,263
5,557
4,837
2,512
2,987
2,946
363
2,594
5,795
6,515

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$12.14
$27.61

$8.81
$24.17

$9.33
$26.70

$14.26
$30.76

$18.90
$16.00
$24.27
$11.57
$39.13
$18.68
$18.85
$15.09
$12.72
$12.33
$13.69
$35.55
$23.32
$17.50
$13.79
$25.67
$25.31
$60.15
$34.02
$35.23

$15.37
$13.31
$18.74
$10.05
$30.96
$15.17
$14.31
$10.68
$10.05
$10.14
$9.38
$26.97
$17.88
$11.61
$9.36
$17.03
$17.30
$37.92
$30.34
$27.88

$19.46
$14.81
$22.53
$10.94
$39.24
$17.98
$18.05
$13.28
$12.26
$11.87
$12.57
$33.26
$22.73
$14.46
$11.34
$18.93
$21.22
$52.29
$34.01
$35.40

$22.00
$18.07
$28.72
$12.19
$50.51
$21.96
$23.43
$18.27
$14.54
$14.09
$15.99
$42.26
$27.73
$22.69
$15.89
$28.39
$32.88
$73.76
$37.94
$43.06

$19.09
$40.98
$24.75
$11.24

$15.49
$28.70
$15.76
$9.28

$19.66
$37.91
$22.24
$9.49

$21.98
$49.64
$36.99
$11.10

$25.77
$16 56
$16.56
$16.06
$19.66
$16.72
$25.05
$45.78
$34.23
$24.51

$18.02
$13 02
$13.02
$12.67
$11.89
$10.39
$18.96
$37.62
$23.93
$17.68

$23.49
$15 30
$15.30
$14.83
$19.84
$13.13
$22.65
$45.23
$31.25
$22.42

$31.93
$18 13
$18.13
$17.83
$26.91
$20.34
$32.18
$55.53
$43.08
$29.56

$26.12
$31.08
$16.93
$24.33
$18.03
$25.02
$24.14
$22.37
$25.11

$19.57
$21.51
$13.54
$19.37
$13.22
$19.35
$17.83
$19.59
$16.00

$24.96
$29.23
$16.57
$22.74
$16.54
$24.05
$23.20
$21.64
$25.70

$32.18
$39.97
$19.74
$30.74
$21.30
$30.15
$29.23
$25.11
$33.53

$30.63
$18.96

$28.25
$14.45

$33.17
$19.07

$36.21
$22.39

$12.09
$10.80
$11.74
$19.85
$19.53
$52.92
$40.64

$10.49
$9.34
$9.99
$14.91
$16.49
$39.22
$34.17

$11.67
$9.71
$11.22
$18.38
$19.59
$50.02
$37.73

$13.32
$11.35
$13.14
$23.24
$22.29
$63.32
$46.51

$25,257
$57,430
$95,317
$39,300
$33,286
$50,485
$24,073
$81,391
$38,859
$39,208
$31,396
$26,464
$25,636
$28,492
$73,944
$48,500
$36,402
$28,694
$53,393
$52,650
$125,114
$70,755
$73,291
$72,620
$39,707
$85,236
$51,488
$23,369
$40,048
$53,593
$34 434
$34,434
$33,413
$40,901
$34,788
$52,094
$95,222
$71,199
$50,988
$131,098
$54,338
$64,640
$35,219
$50,608
$37,483
$52,047
$50,226
$46,524
$52,222
$67,961
$63,723
$39,426
$60,818
$25,162
$22,456
$24,421
$41,287
$40,639
$110,078
$84,532

$43.02
$28.13

$35.47
$21.58

$42.61
$27.29

$50.96
$34.90

$89,482
$58,519

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 6

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
15-1122
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
47-2131
47-2132
13-1032
43-9041
41-3021
13-2053
27-1025
29-1063
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
51-9071
23-1023
23-1012
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
17-1012
37-1012
37-3011
51-4034
51-6011
25 1112
25-1112
23-1011
51-4192
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-1082
25-4031
29-2061
19-1099
19-4099
33-9092
13-2071
43-4131
13-2072
39-3093
49-9094
11-9081
45-4023
45-4022
45-4029
13-1081
53-7063
51-4041
29-2035
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111

Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Information Security Analysts
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insulation Wkrs, Floor, Ceiling, & Wall
Insulation Wkrs, Mechanical
Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Insurance Underwriters
Interior Designers
Internists, General
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Jewelers & Precious Stone & Metal Wkrs
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Judicial Law Clerks
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape Architects
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Lathe Setters/Ops/Tenders, Metal/Plastic
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Law Teachers
Teachers, Postsecondary
Lawyers
Lay-Out Wkrs, Metal & Plastic
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Life Scientists, All Other
Life, Physical, & Social Science Technicians, A/O
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Counselors
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Locker Room, Coatroom, & Dressing Room Attendants
Locksmiths & Safe Repairers
Lodging Mgrs
Log Graders & Scalers
Logging Equipment Operators
Logging Wkrs, All Other
Logisticians
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts

2,948
10,996
3,811
2,450
9,930
2,150
3,274
2,004
555
834
40
5,418
6,098
2,068
1,133
708
1,167
4,476
39,218
345
698
200
3,449
1,854
37,160
631
1,909
17,923
358
2,727
202
10,398
705
3,615
1,143
847
3,225
2,442
74
2,946
8,302
391
1,245
2,278
622
4,504
5,655
301
359
435
123
1,501
322
6,745
2,386
5,530
838
16,673
1,284
25,751
1,484
11,996

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$48.38
$18.13
$19.02
$46.60
$23.30
$14.98
$24.04
$29.61
$19.51
$27.57
$30.58
$19.05
$26.03
$39.05
$24.56
$96.19
$22.18
$16.41
$13.91
$21.54
$49.36
$27.21

$34.42
$12.90
$15.78
$39.09
$15.73
$10.59
$17.79
$24.41
$15.59
$20.66
$25.94
$15.93
$14.72
$27.73
$18.30
$72.03
$17.33
$12.76
$10.47
$15.26
$36.67
$22.68

$45.34
$16.62
$18.75
$48.74
$22.56
$13.58
$24.84
$29.38
$18.36
$27.67
$29.21
$18.57
$20.92
$37.15
$22.28
$89.90
$21.46
$16.67
$13.26
$20.45
$40.49
$24.17

$58.97
$21.37
$22.18
$55.11
$32.01
$19.00
$29.98
$34.67
$22.42
$34.31
$34.94
$21.64
$29.34
$48.30
$29.95
$91.27
$26.27
$19.58
$16.62
$27.25
$65.20
$32.85

$34.14
$15.21
$30.04
$23.19
$14.70
$20.42
$12.07

$25.14
$10.87
$22.69
$17.74
$11.50
$15.32
$9.85

$33.26
$13.53
$28.89
$22.32
$13.85
$20.47
$11.45

$42.89
$17.59
$36.36
$27.73
$17.04
$25.21
$13.85

$56.90
$25.77
$22.53
$28.60

$35.37
$20.70
$17.73
$22.04

$48.78
$26.19
$21.36
$26.58

$70.01
$31.09
$27.32
$31.74

$31.16
$13.19

$26.59
$11.09

$31.86
$12.93

$35.79
$14.59

$19.33
$22.97
$41.09
$25.58
$11.33
$18.76
$17.23
$37.62
$10.72
$19.66
$26.67
$19.31
$21.59

$16.45
$20.23
$30.96
$19.91
$9.48
$15.84
$13.80
$26.16
$9.32
$13.86
$18.30
$14.59
$19.13

$19.60
$22.68
$36.22
$23.89
$10.53
$17.61
$17.04
$32.54
$9.88
$19.32
$23.83
$19.37
$21.12

$22.20
$26.27
$47.16
$31.37
$11.67
$20.39
$20.51
$43.93
$11.44
$25.29
$32.55
$22.94
$23.14

$100,640
$37,704
$39,556
$96,915
$48,478
$31,164
$49,991
$61,588
$40,595
$57,346
$63,606
$39,612
$54,148
$81,218
$51,097
$200,076
$46,139
$34,136
$28,935
$44,795
$102,688
$56,582
$53,919
$71,003
$31,646
$62,503
$48,225
$30,572
$42,475
$25,094
$100 226
$100,226
$118,355
$53,600
$46,861
$59,468
$75,448
$64,811
$27,441
$85,812
$40,214
$47,783
$85,480
$53,223
$23,550
$39,029
$35,852
$78,252
$22,296
$40,899
$55,484
$40,171
$44,913

$40.61
$13.76
$24.01
$36.97
$11.53
$14.76
$20.19
$22.49
$44.01

$32.02
$10.38
$17.63
$32.17
$9.45
$11.31
$15.09
$17.15
$32.05

$38.53
$12.42
$22.87
$37.48
$10.69
$14.03
$18.92
$22.15
$41.33

$46.33
$16.79
$29.57
$43.30
$12.76
$17.62
$25.15
$27.08
$53.45

$84,486
$28,602
$49,942
$76,893
$23,967
$30,689
$42,007
$46,776
$91,537

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 7

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

39-5092
49-9095
17-2121
13-1161
11-2021
21-1013
31-9011
53-7199
19-2032
25-1022
15-2099
15-2091
15-2021
51-3022
49-9011
17-3013
17-3027
17-2141
49-1011
27-4099
27-3099
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
51-9082
31-9092
31-9093
49-9062
29-2071
19 1042
19-1042
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1023
21-1014
27-1026
51-4199
51-4051
43-5041
11-9199
19-1022
25-2022
51-4035
49-9044
47-5042
17-2151
47-5049
51-9023
49-3042
51-4061
51-4072
51-9195
39-4031
39-3021
53-3099
49-3051
53-5022
49-3052
27-1014
51-4081
25-4013

Manicurists & Pedicurists
Manufactured Building & Mobile Home Installers
Marine Engineers & Naval Architects
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Marriage & Family Therapists
Massage Therapists
Material Moving Wkrs, All Other
Materials Scientists
Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Mathematical Scientists, All Other
Mathematical Technicians
Mathematicians
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Door Repairers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineering Technicians
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Media & Communication Equipment Wkrs, All Other
Media & Communication Wkrs, All Other
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Appliance Technicians
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Equipment Repairers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Scientists
Scientists, Not Epidemiologists
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Metal Wkrs & Plastic Wkrs, All Other
Metal-Refining Furnace Operators & Tenders
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Microbiologists
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Milling/Planing Mach Setters, Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Millwrights
Mine Cutting & Channeling Machine Operators
Mining & Geological Engineers (Inc Mining Safety)
Mining Machine Operators, All Other
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Model Makers, Metal & Plastic
Mold/Coremaking/Casting Mach Set/Op/Tend, Mtl/Plastic
Molders, Shapers, & Casters, Not Metal & Plastic
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors
Motion Picture Projectionists
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other
Motorboat Mechanics
Motorboat Operators
Motorcycle Mechanics
Multi-Media Artists & Animators
Multiple Machine Tool Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Museum Technicians & Conservators

2,003
118
631
12,297
5,774
642
3,582
839
452
692
15
21
157
5,615
332
2,696
1,065
5,625
9,190
176
523
2,643
4,023
7,915
3,228
230
13,689
1,696
1,044
5,311
4 315
4,315
14,323
2,271
1,698
1,636
3,229
1,937
582
756
444
7,371
479
9,749
516
1,428
43
138
47
1,130
2,972
52
1,424
975
420
126
654
405
55
312
2,526
761
225

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$12.27
$17.33
$41.65
$38.24
$64.56
$21.97
$26.16

$10.15
$11.85
$34.34
$23.47
$47.67
$16.97
$18.46

$11.07
$16.20
$40.65
$34.99
$61.40
$20.33
$27.13

$12.92
$23.54
$46.52
$51.47
$77.82
$25.43
$33.27

$25,508
$36,045
$86,637
$79,546
$134,286
$45,680
$54,409

$40.49

$29.13

$40.43

$51.18

$23.77
$19.42
$55.09
$13.43
$19.28
$34.78
$28.18
$44.01
$33.18
$30.34
$23.66
$20.37
$30.67
$52.02
$25.76
$18.18
$17.20
$16.97
$25.93
$19.08
$37 27
$37.27
$19.08
$17.49
$22.78
$22.31
$22.25
$15.27
$19.94
$18.31
$23.20
$51.07
$32.29

$20.17
$16.06
$42.56
$9.56
$14.66
$27.45
$23.05
$35.01
$26.05
$20.16
$14.60
$16.34
$26.01
$38.61
$19.80
$14.66
$14.81
$13.96
$19.26
$14.98
$22 70
$22.70
$16.01
$13.11
$17.46
$17.13
$17.32
$11.62
$15.23
$14.12
$19.72
$37.93
$23.61

$23.27
$19.49
$56.56
$11.39
$18.97
$35.21
$27.88
$43.47
$32.39
$29.84
$23.29
$19.43
$30.72
$48.10
$25.90
$18.17
$16.93
$16.49
$24.42
$17.92
$29 44
$29.44
$18.39
$17.88
$21.32
$21.47
$20.90
$14.13
$18.64
$17.88
$22.95
$49.63
$30.63

$27.12
$22.42
$68.95
$15.39
$23.63
$42.63
$33.50
$52.95
$39.75
$38.81
$28.62
$23.04
$35.47
$59.96
$31.90
$21.25
$19.25
$19.10
$33.11
$22.35
$43 19
$43.19
$22.13
$21.46
$26.35
$27.25
$25.27
$18.14
$24.12
$21.26
$26.88
$61.27
$37.64

$23.08
$32.78
$15.48
$46.55
$18.07
$17.63
$26.46
$25.97
$17.38
$16.40
$20.35
$11.31
$17.44
$18.62
$30.17
$19.23
$33.37
$17.73
$20.69

$15.76
$27.93
$10.85
$35.34
$16.43
$13.33
$21.32
$17.93
$12.73
$13.17
$16.44
$9.80
$11.18
$15.88
$27.45
$15.87
$22.70
$12.61
$15.41

$21.13
$33.59
$15.27
$43.60
$17.80
$17.15
$26.18
$28.80
$15.93
$15.34
$19.68
$10.76
$14.80
$18.10
$30.10
$19.22
$30.86
$16.38
$19.66

$31.75
$37.79
$19.38
$52.76
$19.47
$21.41
$31.11
$32.94
$20.86
$18.91
$23.01
$11.76
$23.46
$21.50
$31.22
$22.42
$42.67
$20.78
$23.20

$84,207
$76,777
$49,449
$40,404
$114,585
$27,923
$40,103
$72,334
$58,619
$91,550
$69,019
$63,102
$49,206
$42,381
$63,793
$108,201
$53,570
$37,812
$35,757
$35,299
$53,942
$39,690
$77 516
$77,516
$39,680
$36,372
$47,387
$46,412
$46,284
$31,757
$41,477
$38,092
$48,263
$106,235
$67,174
$60,698
$48,003
$68,165
$32,193
$96,813
$37,581
$36,671
$55,039
$54,006
$36,134
$34,128
$42,345
$23,509
$36,276
$38,742
$62,740
$39,993
$69,418
$36,871
$43,032

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 8

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

27-2041
49-9063
27-2042
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
17-2161
29-2033
19-4051
51-4012
29-1151
29-1161
29-1171
31-1014
25-1072
29-1064
29-9011
29-9012
31-2012
31-2011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
15-2031
51-9083
29 2057
29-2057
29-2081
29-1041
29-1022
43-4151
31-1015
29-1023
29-2091
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-3014
47-2141
51-9122
51-9123
51-9196
47-2142
23-2011
33-3041
53-6021
41-2022
51-4062
47-2071
43-3051
29-1065
39-9021
39-9099
13-2052
39-1021
37-2021
37-3012
17-2171

Music Directors & Composers
Musical Instrument Repairers & Tuners
Musicians & Singers
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nuclear Engineers
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Nuclear Technicians
Numerical Tool & Process Control Programmers
Nurse Anesthetists
Nurse Midwives
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Nursing Instructors & Teachers, Postsecondary
Obstetricians & Gynecologists
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Health & Safety Technicians
Occupational Therapist Aides
Occupational Therapist Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Operations Research Analysts
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians
Opticians, Dispensing
Optometrists
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons
Order Clerks
Orderlies
Orthodontists
Orthotists & Prosthetists
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painter, Paperhanger, Plasterer, Stucco Helpers
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Painting, Coating, & Decorating Wkrs
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders
Paperhangers
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Enforcement Wkrs
Parking Lot Attendants
Parts Salespersons
Patternmakers, Metal & Plastic
Paving, Surfacing, & Tamping Equipment Operators
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Pediatricians, General
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Care & Svc Wkrs, All Other
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pest Control Wkrs
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, & Applicators, Vegetation
Petroleum Engineers

151
188
796
1,823
8,620
1,705
3,776
5,964
1,065
429
88
935
297
121
2,526
23,696
1,005
531
2,101
418
93
390
2,113
24,876
6,524
42,139
947
6,197
1,978
778
731
1,376
371
6,586
648
113
479
4,882
15,879
148
6,964
1,615
349
2,037
42
5,870
236
3,253
5,660
104
763
3,553
540
18,725
962
3,401
3,487
643
615
155

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$33.32
$17.76
$32.72
$59.55
$37.23
$17.82
$12.75
$36.24
$45.04
$39.82
$26.19
$32.40
$83.01
$50.42
$46.43
$13.97

$16.75
$13.37
$18.11
$42.80
$30.26
$15.54
$9.55
$24.30
$36.98
$34.42
$17.94
$26.41
$70.97
$35.89
$40.01
$11.40

$25.02
$16.46
$30.37
$52.98
$36.25
$17.47
$10.96
$32.38
$45.38
$39.92
$28.11
$33.24
$81.47
$43.82
$45.92
$13.45

$36.46
$23.02
$44.15
$71.06
$43.57
$19.88
$13.80
$45.18
$51.06
$44.91
$33.64
$38.54
$90.74
$54.69
$53.49
$15.99

$118.65
$36.18
$30.30
$15.98
$27.87
$36.91
$27.46
$17.54
$15.63
$15.11
$28.15
$40.91
$15.93
$20 71
$20.71
$20.29
$58.71
$121.89
$17.34
$14.27
$75.50
$32.31
$16.23
$14.17
$11.53
$15.64
$20.40
$24.53
$17.00
$18.93
$21.06
$25.21
$22.68
$11.71
$16.10

$91.24
$29.25
$25.11
$12.56
$24.08
$31.96
$20.27
$13.76
$12.07
$11.76
$21.30
$33.22
$12.48
$16 47
$16.47
$16.51
$41.64
$91.23
$13.10
$11.82
$42.40
$23.12
$13.06
$10.62
$9.40
$12.91
$15.85
$17.33
$13.60
$13.48
$13.96
$18.04
$20.22
$9.82
$11.73

$91.26
$35.82
$30.34
$14.93
$27.50
$38.18
$25.71
$16.99
$14.77
$14.24
$27.84
$40.18
$14.56
$19 72
$19.72
$20.67
$53.00
$91.23
$16.86
$13.83
$47.03
$30.93
$16.00
$13.07
$9.75
$14.09
$18.86
$25.42
$16.04
$17.93
$23.63
$24.01
$23.96
$10.91
$15.11

$91.28
$42.62
$36.04
$18.17
$32.05
$43.09
$33.05
$20.85
$18.04
$18.34
$34.01
$46.51
$19.35
$24 01
$24.01
$24.21
$71.59
$91.23
$21.00
$16.63
$91.25
$40.85
$18.61
$16.76
$12.30
$16.23
$25.27
$32.04
$18.97
$22.56
$26.38
$30.45
$26.67
$12.16
$19.54

$123,864
$77,434
$37,067
$26,522
$75,363
$93,669
$82,825
$54,471
$67,396
$172,651
$104,867
$96,558
$29,055
$66,404
$246,794
$75,248
$63,021
$33,247
$57,977
$76,764
$57,121
$36,479
$32,510
$31,427
$58,554
$85,095
$33,133
$43 066
$43,066
$42,203
$122,118
$253,529
$36,082
$29,673
$157,036
$67,202
$33,765
$29,485
$23,987
$32,525
$42,426
$51,026
$35,369
$39,378
$43,797
$52,437
$47,172
$24,367
$33,504

$23.30
$20.62
$85.41
$11.59
$11.94
$46.31
$21.26
$19.90
$15.45
$65.02

$16.00
$16.99
$65.56
$10.24
$9.40
$24.23
$15.09
$15.66
$12.70
$50.51

$22.85
$20.54
$79.18
$11.06
$10.87
$35.07
$20.19
$19.05
$14.33
$61.70

$29.95
$23.62
$91.25
$12.20
$13.44
$59.26
$26.36
$23.13
$17.60
$74.30

$48,457
$42,894
$177,647
$24,108
$24,850
$96,336
$44,220
$41,389
$32,153
$135,232

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 9

$69,294
$36,949

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

51-8093
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
25-1126
31-9097
27-4021
51-9151
29-1069
19-2099
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
19-2012
25-1054
47-2072
47-3015
47-2151
51-8099
47-2161
51-4193
47-2152
29-1081
33-1012
33-3051
43-5031
25-1065
19-3094
43-5051
43 5052
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
25-1199
51-4052
51-8012
51-8013
49-9069
51-5111
25-2011
51-6021
51-5113
51-5112
33-9021
21-1092
43-3061
27-2012
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
43-9081
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
31-1013
29-2053
29-1066
19-3039
25-1066
27-3012
11-2031

Petroleum Pump System/Refinery Ops & Gaugers
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Philosophy & Religion Teachers, Postsecondary
Phlebotomists
Photographers
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Scientists, All Other
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Physicists
Physics Teachers, Postsecondary
Pile-Driver Operators
Pipelayer, Plumber, Pipefitter, Steamfitter Helpers
Pipelayers
Plant & System Operators, All Other
Plasterers & Stucco Masons
Plating/Coating Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Podiatrists
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police, Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Political Scientists
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other
Pourers & Casters, Metal
Power Distributors & Dispatchers
Power Plant Operators
Precision Instrument & Equipment Repairers, A/O
Prepress Technicians and Workers
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Pressers, Textile, Garment, & Related Materials
Print Binding and Finishing Workers
Printing Press Operators
Private Detectives & Investigators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Producers & Directors
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Proofreaders & Copy Markers
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Psychiatric Aides
Psychiatric Technicians
Psychiatrists
Psychologists, All Other
Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary
Public Address System & Other Announcers
Public Relations Mgrs

1,132
5,822
1,014
7,147
578
1,955
1,238
1,030
4,673
408
912
1,239
4,172
2,272
749
292
192
495
1,479
540
302
241
6,764
115
2,085
8,490
1,648
371
101
1,412
5 837
5,837
2,566
398
960
125
400
489
353
752
6,656
1,027
588
2,567
313
2,130
1,297
1,787
11,213
4,863
4,818
5,129
194
4,234
1,519
2,148
442
555
381
339
769
125
1,925

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$31.59
$55.69
$12.96
$19.31

$26.61
$50.74
$10.49
$16.53

$31.70
$56.14
$12.63
$19.16

$35.64
$63.64
$14.80
$22.08

$16.54
$14.88
$14.72
$97.85
$45.90
$13.14
$26.20
$39.16
$50.62
$54.44

$13.86
$9.42
$10.32
$74.06
$36.98
$11.06
$21.61
$33.70
$42.49
$40.55

$16.17
$11.25
$13.08
$91.24
$46.13
$12.82
$26.36
$39.09
$49.26
$54.26

$18.55
$17.62
$17.84
$91.27
$54.11
$14.56
$31.64
$44.38
$58.88
$69.33

$30.55
$16.33
$26.41
$24.36
$20.25
$18.08
$30.10
$76.18
$44.25
$33.54
$24.85

$23.02
$11.85
$20.78
$16.04
$16.05
$14.46
$23.15
$52.46
$37.90
$29.56
$21.14

$32.66
$14.20
$26.63
$26.82
$19.78
$17.55
$28.82
$76.60
$43.39
$33.40
$24.85

$36.67
$18.00
$32.22
$31.09
$22.95
$21.62
$35.64
$90.53
$51.45
$38.52
$28.29

$34.37
$24.57
$25 88
$25.88
$24.15
$30.84

$25.97
$25.10
$25 48
$25.48
$25.01
$25.17

$32.40
$25.87
$27 53
$27.53
$25.87
$30.62

$36.73
$25.88
$27 54
$27.54
$25.88
$37.33

$17.58
$44.11
$36.92
$33.43
$17.22
$14.12
$14.08
$15.54
$19.41
$34.31
$26.06
$20.04
$28.06
$29.76
$15.32
$13.02
$24.97
$17.89
$32.95
$24.76
$17.77
$14.47
$18.75
$89.61
$40.68

$13.80
$38.60
$33.08
$30.44
$11.87
$11.28
$10.84
$11.94
$15.21
$26.08
$23.90
$17.12
$10.98
$21.48
$10.23
$10.12
$18.83
$13.34
$22.04
$16.05
$13.34
$11.59
$15.98
$77.53
$32.83

$17.17
$42.88
$38.11
$32.84
$16.14
$13.46
$13.61
$14.73
$18.58
$33.03
$24.96
$20.16
$25.17
$28.11
$12.68
$12.37
$23.27
$17.39
$28.48
$23.15
$16.05
$14.38
$17.64
$85.53
$43.96

$21.12
$51.53
$42.69
$37.60
$21.37
$16.10
$17.10
$18.38
$24.10
$40.26
$27.36
$22.86
$36.09
$37.47
$17.61
$14.57
$29.49
$22.27
$39.24
$31.87
$20.06
$17.13
$20.68
$91.25
$49.64

$17.66
$48.79

$9.57
$36.28

$15.11
$45.87

$20.15
$58.36

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 10

Annual
Wage
$65,706
$115,838
$26,968
$40,174
$67,007
$34,403
$30,951
$30,621
$203,521
$95,479
$27,326
$54,501
$81,458
$105,303
$113,236
$81,497
$63,548
$33,979
$54,938
$50,668
$42,122
$37,594
$62,610
$158,450
$92,030
$69,755
$51,687
$77,845
$71,492
$51,112
$53 829
$53,829
$50,228
$64,162
$67,786
$36,564
$91,737
$76,807
$69,526
$35,820
$29,368
$29,299
$32,320
$40,382
$71,360
$54,209
$41,678
$58,353
$61,894
$31,860
$27,085
$51,930
$37,213
$68,520
$51,499
$36,965
$30,100
$39,009
$186,389
$84,618
$66,161
$36,737
$101,474

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

27-3031
53-7072
13-1021
13-1023
11-3061
29-1124
27-3011
49-2021
29-2034
49-3043
53-4099
53-4013
53-4021
53-4031
47-4061
41-9021
41-9022
43-4171
25-1193
39-9032
29-1125
49-3092
49-9045
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
47-2171
21-2099
27-3022
43-4181
39 9041
39-9041
29-1126
29-2054
41-1011
41-2031
49-9096
47-5051
51-4023
47-3016
47-2181
47-5012
53-5011
41-9099
41-9031
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
49-2098
33-9032
25-3021
51-9141
51-9012
47-4071
27-1027
51-6051
51-6031
47-2211

Public Relations Specialists
Pump Operators, Not Wellhead Pumpers
Purchasing Agents & Buyers, Farm Products
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radiation Therapists
Radio & Television Announcers
Radio Mechanics
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Rail Car Repairers
Rail Transportation Wkrs, All Other
Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators, & Hostlers
Railroad Brake, Signal, & Switch Operators
Railroad Conductors & Yardmasters
Rail-Track Laying & Maintenance Equipment Ops
Real Estate Brokers
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation & Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Therapists
Recreational Vehicle Svc Technicians
Refractory Materials Repairers, Not Brickmasons
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reinforcing Iron & Rebar Wkrs
Religious Wkrs, All Other
Reporters & Correspondents
Reservation/Transportation Ticket Agents/Travel Clerks
Residential Advisors
Respiratory Therapists
Respiratory Therapy Technicians
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Riggers
Rock Splitters, Quarry
Rolling Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Roofer Helpers
Roofers
Rotary Drill Operators, Oil & Gas
Sailors & Marine Oilers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Engineers
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Semiconductor Processors
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Septic Tank Svcrs & Sewer Pipe Cleaners
Set & Exhibit Designers
Sewers, Hand
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs

4,811
274
8,963
1,770
299
517
493
3,715

11
177

533
2,853
19,825
490
5,382
375
383
88
1,874
51,059
6,816
411
122
704
1,005
604
1,715
205
23,370
96,810
696
46
504
3,349
17
2,271
2,501
1,192
8,051
13,273
32,525
6,771
1,444
14,207
36,048
4,888
1,279
16,208
5,504
1,156
1,214
617
44
35
2,301
3,533

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$30.15
$24.70
$30.11
$33.33
$54.68
$48.23
$25.15
$30.01
$31.66
$24.19
$24.68
$25.58
$23.48
$32.93
$25.21
$33.04
$24.30
$14.40

$22.31
$16.16
$21.89
$25.06
$39.91
$40.31
$12.07
$21.07
$26.16
$19.21
$15.20
$21.36
$16.82
$26.15
$20.17
$18.25
$13.48
$11.65

$28.74
$18.04
$26.80
$32.52
$52.53
$46.15
$19.37
$33.23
$31.00
$23.75
$24.50
$23.62
$21.67
$32.82
$24.35
$27.24
$21.28
$13.90

$35.88
$39.63
$32.96
$41.53
$65.69
$55.03
$31.47
$39.42
$36.57
$29.15
$33.20
$27.70
$27.69
$40.73
$31.15
$39.74
$30.22
$16.77

$14.11
$21.43
$20.29
$22.21
$22.11
$36.71
$19.77
$33.07
$15.76
$20.54
$16.75
$14 80
$14.80
$30.89
$28.75
$21.66
$14.16
$27.39
$18.24
$18.99
$13.17
$21.54
$52.88
$22.87
$15.79
$55.96
$61.37
$28.83
$32.55
$47.62
$17.60

$9.99
$16.80
$15.84
$19.69
$18.85
$30.16
$15.29
$28.40
$11.29
$12.64
$12.15
$12 02
$12.02
$26.81
$22.24
$15.62
$9.74
$22.69
$14.90
$14.71
$10.54
$15.61
$47.64
$21.25
$10.56
$37.97
$40.85
$15.95
$19.50
$30.98
$14.90

$11.99
$21.44
$19.31
$22.03
$22.47
$36.21
$18.00
$36.90
$13.24
$16.72
$16.95
$14 43
$14.43
$30.98
$30.09
$19.90
$11.57
$28.92
$17.80
$19.04
$12.76
$20.17
$59.42
$23.27
$13.30
$50.19
$55.55
$25.04
$28.62
$42.82
$17.14

$16.04
$24.79
$24.76
$25.36
$26.15
$43.38
$23.58
$41.49
$18.17
$23.67
$21.07
$17 38
$17.38
$35.03
$35.11
$24.53
$15.42
$31.11
$22.45
$22.25
$15.77
$26.77
$65.98
$25.76
$19.15
$65.50
$74.04
$37.73
$40.81
$59.53
$20.00

$18.17
$35.54
$23.61
$15.95
$20.33
$17.91
$17.86
$20.84
$21.35
$17.07
$13.27
$27.58

$14.97
$17.04
$19.79
$10.92
$13.98
$13.82
$12.14
$17.29
$17.86
$13.21
$10.36
$17.56

$17.78
$24.78
$24.38
$13.54
$19.06
$18.17
$16.86
$20.58
$20.50
$18.54
$11.75
$28.04

$21.48
$42.23
$27.89
$18.28
$25.25
$21.74
$22.20
$23.36
$22.88
$20.91
$15.34
$36.48

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 11

Annual
Wage
$62,697
$51,381
$62,614
$69,316
$113,736
$100,324
$52,301
$62,423
$65,847
$50,311
$51,339
$53,210
$48,848
$68,502
$52,431
$68,735
$50,547
$29,962
$50,723
$29,340
$44,569
$42,193
$46,209
$45,978
$76,373
$41,124
$68,779
$32,784
$42,721
$34,840
$30 769
$30,769
$64,242
$59,803
$45,051
$29,457
$56,987
$37,944
$39,485
$27,411
$44,818
$109,993
$47,579
$32,843
$116,400
$127,666
$59,983
$67,708
$99,039
$36,610
$61,420
$37,788
$73,926
$49,104
$33,183
$42,303
$37,268
$37,147
$43,348
$44,396
$35,520
$27,612
$57,358

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

53-5031
43-5071
51-6041
49-9097
39-5094
51-3023
39-1012
11-9151
21-1093
19-4061
25-1069
19-3099
21-1029
19-3041
25-1067
19-1013
27-4014
25-2052
25-2059
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
51-8021
43-9111
15-2041
43-5081
47-2022
47-2221
51-2041
21 1011
21-1011
25-3098
53-4041
29-1067
29-2055
19-3022
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
51-6052
53-7121
47-2082
13-2081
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
27-3042
49-2022
49-9052
41-9041
43-2021
43-3071
47-2053
51-6061
51-6062
51-6063
51-6064
51-6099
29-1129

Ship Engineers
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Shoe & Leather Wkrs & Repairers
Signal & Track Switch Repairers
Skin Care Specialists
Slaughterers & Meat Packers
Slot Key Persons
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Science Research Assistants
Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, A/O
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Sociologists
Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary
Soil & Plant Scientists
Sound Engineering Technicians
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, All Other
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stationary Engineers & Boiler Operators
Statistical Assistants
Statisticians
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Stonemasons
Structural Iron & Steel Wkrs
Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Subway & Streetcar Operators
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Survey Researchers
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tailors, Dressmakers, & Custom Sewers
Tank Car, Truck, & Ship Loaders
Tapers
Tax Examiners, Collectors, & Revenue Agents
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Tech Writers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telecommunications Line Installers & Repairers
Telemarketers
Telephone Operators
Tellers
Terrazzo Wkrs & Finishers
Textile Bleaching & Dyeing Machine Ops/Tenders
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Textile Knitting/Weaving Mach Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Textile Wind/Twist/Draw-Out Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders
Textile, Apparel, & Furnishings Wkrs, All Other
Therapists, All Other

836
13,787
112
856
983
134
2,988
9,425
365
101
731
1,226
135
272
423
238
2,944
149
1,227
500
1,870
2,330
800
678
1,187
36,219
196
1,029
1,183
2 290
2,290
18,635
109
1,017
2,181
105
1,031
809
2,377
1,874
521
455
1,523
1,262
1,301
3,523
33,363
3,483
5,618
1,619
4,119
1,920
6,202
57
11,188
37
130
173
109
436
77

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$37.91
$17.26
$13.16
$30.07
$17.40
$13.63
$18.09
$33.07
$13.84
$19.46

$28.02
$12.69
$11.30
$25.23
$9.45
$11.82
$13.64
$25.57
$10.72
$16.25

$35.12
$16.06
$12.97
$28.34
$16.58
$13.31
$17.19
$31.77
$12.73
$18.37

$45.42
$20.37
$14.69
$35.11
$21.85
$14.69
$22.52
$38.14
$15.98
$21.75

$35.33
$25.03
$30.54

$28.32
$16.52
$24.83

$34.82
$23.44
$28.38

$41.59
$32.84
$37.42

$32.22
$28.52

$25.03
$16.75

$31.01
$21.08

$36.70
$29.49

$34.41
$27.94
$21.01
$32.68
$14.27
$22.10
$29.55
$20.59
$20 39
$20.39
$17.66
$25.93
$124.50
$23.92
$30.11
$24.40
$32.77
$12.12
$14.56
$16.03
$32.32
$22.36
$28.34
$17.74
$13.08

$27.97
$24.25
$18.63
$24.79
$10.35
$13.92
$21.39
$15.77
$15 78
$15.78
$15.74
$25.01
$91.25
$20.19
$22.17
$20.07
$27.04
$10.04
$11.62
$13.03
$29.95
$16.80
$23.03
$12.49
$9.61

$34.27
$28.52
$21.27
$28.75
$13.00
$21.54
$29.60
$19.31
$19 93
$19.93
$17.42
$26.77
$91.26
$23.79
$27.61
$24.52
$32.90
$11.21
$14.16
$16.01
$33.83
$22.30
$26.07
$14.75
$11.28

$41.03
$33.15
$23.75
$40.28
$17.29
$30.29
$37.64
$23.91
$23 90
$23.90
$19.36
$28.53
$91.28
$27.75
$38.50
$28.22
$38.71
$13.16
$17.12
$18.43
$38.30
$27.78
$30.75
$18.78
$15.08

$14.57
$40.34
$27.55
$24.19
$12.11
$13.59
$13.66
$17.00
$14.87
$13.36
$12.22
$12.01
$16.62
$35.17

$11.70
$31.97
$21.15
$19.62
$9.93
$10.35
$11.73
$13.02
$13.17
$10.96
$10.12
$10.54
$12.28
$28.03

$13.80
$41.08
$27.77
$24.20
$11.12
$12.76
$13.38
$14.62
$15.21
$12.94
$11.30
$11.81
$15.36
$36.30

$16.86
$49.56
$33.36
$28.20
$12.94
$16.43
$15.06
$20.37
$16.85
$14.77
$13.88
$13.40
$18.60
$44.70

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 12

Annual
Wage
$78,847
$35,897
$27,370
$62,536
$36,185
$28,340
$37,625
$68,777
$28,774
$40,488
$60,458
$73,483
$52,057
$63,526
$67,275
$67,024
$59,329
$58,578
$53,188
$59,612
$58,866
$60,855
$71,580
$58,121
$43,698
$67,985
$29,690
$45,961
$61,467
$42,833
$42 417
$42,417
$36,724
$53,951
$258,952
$49,766
$62,623
$50,754
$68,161
$25,200
$30,271
$33,344
$67,236
$46,508
$58,946
$36,908
$27,225
$30,540
$45,612
$30,304
$83,910
$57,294
$50,303
$25,178
$28,277
$28,411
$35,366
$30,931
$27,801
$25,411
$24,981
$34,565
$73,157

SOC
Code

Washington Statewide
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

47-2044
49-3093
23-2093
51-4111
51-4194
39-7011
53-6041
11-3131
13-1151
33-3052
53-6051
33-9093
53-6099
11-3071
53-1031
41-3041
39-7012
37-3013
53-3032
53-3033
27-2023
51-6093
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-2023
25-1194
25-2032
35 3031
35-3031
49-9064
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
51-4122
13-1022
49-9081
51-7099
51-7042
43-9022
27-3043
19-1023

Tile & Marble Setters
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tool & Die Makers
Tool Grinders, Filers, & Sharpeners
Tour Guides and Escorts
Traffic Technicians
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
Transit & Railroad Police
Transportation Inspectors
Transportation Security Screeners
Transportation Wkrs, All Other
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Travel Agents
Travel Guides
Tree Trimmers & Pruners
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Umpires, Referees, & Other Sports Officials
Upholsterers
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Watch Repairers
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Welding/Soldering/Brazing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Wind Turbine Service Technicians
WoodWkrs, All Other
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Word Processors & Typists
Writers & Authors
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

835
2,575
1,418
1,483
477
405
135
622
3,851
69
939
1,135
879
3,010
5,125
1,423
706
27,705
15,918
165
455
2,762
2,337
1,380
1,926
1,799
117
5,156
2,349
41 544
41,544
26
1,714
4,244
1,109
5,687
527
3,607
32
437
1,475
745
929
1,880

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$25.40
$15.56
$23.23
$29.50
$23.42
$14.53
$25.02
$52.17
$36.03
$28.12
$23.61
$18.03
$20.88
$47.75
$29.10
$19.12
$20.69
$19.46
$20.59
$17.60

$23.27
$11.29
$17.92
$25.03
$19.48
$10.42
$22.04
$38.76
$27.30
$19.64
$10.99
$15.13
$12.94
$33.18
$21.42
$13.20
$19.08
$14.71
$16.54
$12.14

$25.96
$14.58
$21.99
$32.09
$21.98
$13.62
$25.25
$49.28
$35.53
$23.39
$19.25
$17.96
$19.66
$44.50
$27.77
$18.95
$21.11
$17.66
$19.84
$15.72

$28.62
$19.30
$28.82
$35.25
$28.19
$17.67
$28.25
$64.26
$44.40
$39.46
$28.68
$19.93
$29.23
$58.00
$35.02
$22.69
$23.14
$23.67
$23.37
$20.70

$16.86
$35.04
$11.26
$39.60
$12.33
$16.40

$11.51
$28.75
$9.30
$30.44
$10.43
$14.23

$14.67
$34.78
$9.82
$38.80
$11.99
$16.24

$20.64
$41.11
$12.89
$46.20
$13.86
$18.13

$27.50

$21.04

$26.22

$32.84

$13 17
$13.17
$18.22
$27.62
$35.30
$15.66
$22.09
$19.66
$30.82
$24.79
$16.79
$17.01
$20.04
$35.21
$33.74

$9 33
$9.33
$11.50
$22.76
$25.50
$12.11
$17.57
$14.24
$19.83
$22.31
$12.37
$13.36
$14.73
$24.42
$26.06

$12 06
$12.06
$19.89
$27.57
$34.80
$14.94
$21.17
$18.43
$26.22
$24.84
$16.47
$16.60
$18.94
$35.23
$30.76

$14 48
$14.48
$22.87
$32.87
$43.06
$18.89
$25.86
$23.85
$35.70
$27.57
$20.51
$20.53
$23.59
$44.41
$38.70

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 13

Annual
Wage
$52,823
$32,375
$48,323
$61,364
$48,710
$30,239
$52,039
$108,526
$74,930
$58,476
$49,108
$37,493
$43,432
$99,316
$60,517
$39,785
$43,019
$40,480
$42,840
$36,607
$27,469
$35,062
$72,898
$23,434
$82,382
$25,649
$34,121
$63,299
$57,196
$61,995
$27 381
$27,381
$37,897
$57,440
$73,422
$32,581
$45,933
$40,879
$64,113
$51,563
$34,919
$35,394
$41,676
$73,238
$70,194

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 14

Bellingham, WA MSA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Whatcom County
SOC
Code

Bellingham, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

13-2011
11-3011
25-3011
11-2011
41-3011
45-2011
49-3011
53-2022
39-3091
25-1061
13-2021
17-1011
17-3011
51-2099
27-4011
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
49-3091
43-3011
43-3021
25-1042
19-4021
43-3031
43-4011
13-2031
49-3031
53-3022
13-1199
51-3021
51-7011
43-5011
47-2031
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
51-9191
35-1011
17-2041
19-4031
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
49-9091
35-3021

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising & Promotions Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Agricultural Inspectors
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Airfield Operations Specialists
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Anthropology & Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Audio & Video Equipment Technicians
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bicycle Repairers
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Brokerage Clerks
Budget Analysts
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenters
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Cementing & Gluing Machine Operators & Tenders
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Engineers
Chemical Technicians
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Coin, Vending, & Amusement Machine Svcrs & Repairers
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

557
87
157
13
62
17
19
21
79

$31.71
$40.04
$22.62
$26.01
$24.45
$21.88
$18.17
$26.83
$10.76

$22.91
$32.70
$17.20
$20.45
$11.50
$20.03
$9.34
$21.88
$9.32

$29.17
$39.83
$21.59
$22.47
$19.27
$21.56
$18.62
$26.00
$9.67

$36.55
$47.11
$26.86
$31.88
$33.56
$23.10
$24.54
$32.45
$11.39

22
35
45
197

$34.53
$34.01
$25.13
$17.38
$17.88
$23.08
$20.59
$13.20
$11.96
$12.58
$16.56
$16.79

$30.84
$26.26
$20.19
$13.81
$15.44
$18.49
$15.03
$10.48
$9.33
$10.99
$13.67
$14.37

$33.56
$31.93
$24.22
$16.25
$17.43
$24.59
$19.75
$11.89
$12.24
$12.61
$16.08
$16.63

$36.28
$39.73
$29.67
$19.91
$19.90
$26.98
$26.01
$15.95
$13.90
$14.07
$18.91
$18.83

$16.32
$18.17
$21.20
$32.53
$27.01
$18.04
$32.00
$17.45
$16.88
$23.92
$24.24
$27.45
$12.66
$23.06
$16.38
$23.94
$53.63
$18.45
$31.61
$75.32
$11.39
$20.35
$30.65
$28.03
$37.02
$33.16
$11.32
$32.31

$11.45
$14.92
$19.02
$26.92
$23.75
$16.40
$23.90
$15.41
$13.09
$12.92
$16.61
$22.48
$9.51
$14.84
$13.26
$19.15
$48.45
$15.38
$21.25
$44.44
$9.83
$15.29
$23.18
$25.21
$30.71
$28.09
$9.42
$22.63

$17.98
$17.74
$21.37
$28.81
$27.14
$18.06
$28.19
$18.51
$15.01
$14.91
$20.06
$25.64
$10.80
$18.84
$14.70
$22.22
$54.41
$17.77
$34.17
$70.78
$10.99
$19.84
$26.12
$27.37
$36.07
$30.57
$10.19
$32.64

$20.83
$21.22
$24.08
$38.77
$30.87
$20.33
$35.66
$20.96
$20.69
$36.56
$26.94
$30.13
$14.25
$31.05
$17.88
$29.79
$62.01
$21.14
$41.49
$91.26
$12.62
$26.06
$29.11
$31.58
$42.53
$36.69
$12.03
$37.11

$16.74
$17.89
$11.10

$13.06
$15.99
$9.40

$16.10
$17.30
$10.29

$19.93
$18.60
$11.66

23
311
182
653
81
98
277
47
14
1,382
22
11
96
207
344
89
79
170
548
20
2,462
125
30
66
27
48
58
62
231
181
21
58
236
28
164
43
332
13
1,900

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 15

Annual
Wage
$65,960
$83,272
$47,057
$54,111
$50,863
$45,501
$37,798
$55,808
$22,384
$75,539
$71,827
$70,728
$52,259
$36,146
$37,196
$48,022
$42,825
$27,462
$24,892
$26,159
$34,446
$34,912
$91,285
$33,939
$37,786
$44,094
$67,672
$56,166
$37,513
$66,549
$36,289
$35,111
$49,755
$50,408
$57,104
$26,338
$47,948
$34,069
$49,780
$111,545
$38,381
$65,744
$156,668
$23,688
$42,334
$63,750
$58,303
$76,993
$68,977
$23,550
$67,191
$35,577
$34,808
$37,221
$23,088

SOC
Code

Bellingham, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

21-1094
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1143
15-1152
15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
25-1021
15-1132
15-1133
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
19-1031
47-4011
47-4099
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
43-4031
53-7021
43 4041
43-4041
33-9091
51-9021
43-4051
51-4031
51-9032
43-9021
15-1141
41-9011
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
29-2032
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
17-3019
53-3031
47-2081
27-3041
11-9031
11-9039
11-9032
11-9033
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023
17-2071
49-9051
49-2094

Community Health Workers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction & Related Wkrs, All Other
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Crane & Tower Operators
Credit Authorizers
Authorizers, Checkers
Checkers, & Clerks
Crossing Guards
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Demonstrators & Product Promoters
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Drafters, All Other
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical Engineers
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

18
23
492
151
25
117
22
21
75

$21.94
$28.48
$34.92
$54.16
$37.10
$27.20
$33.00
$14.01
$46.77

$16.38
$24.27
$29.75
$40.55
$27.33
$22.51
$29.01
$11.36
$28.88

$20.45
$27.72
$36.85
$49.00
$33.34
$27.55
$34.26
$13.57
$37.85

$28.58
$32.73
$38.04
$66.66
$44.28
$32.40
$36.83
$16.46
$55.23

235
61
229
138
58
37
77

$43.52
$48.90
$21.21
$34.23
$18.98
$26.35
$27.17
$25.24
$24.11
$43.57
$31.16
$12.93
$12.00
$12.76
$31.12
$11.94
$10.19
$12.82
$21.38
$33.66
$19 54
$19.54
$28.57
$16.31
$15.40
$16.67
$13.96
$14.23
$30.96
$10.93
$17.93
$44.77
$18.21
$100.81
$38.01
$29.13
$12.26
$10.11
$22.13
$25.00
$13.22
$26.50
$20.86
$23.03
$34.93

$32.63
$39.31
$17.55
$24.69
$15.35
$20.17
$21.43
$23.61
$16.33
$35.34
$21.55
$11.02
$10.17
$10.75
$22.85
$9.64
$9.28
$10.72
$18.73
$31.27
$16 47
$16.47
$25.84
$13.59
$12.35
$15.64
$9.40
$11.86
$24.45
$10.22
$15.40
$40.42
$11.84
$64.56
$33.24
$25.47
$9.32
$9.32
$16.32
$23.80
$10.50
$20.95
$16.75
$17.95
$22.51

$38.71
$48.85
$20.83
$36.50
$17.94
$27.82
$28.09
$25.68
$21.01
$42.48
$30.86
$12.57
$11.42
$12.55
$28.88
$11.34
$9.44
$11.89
$21.10
$33.80
$18 05
$18.05
$28.26
$15.41
$14.70
$16.90
$12.83
$13.85
$29.02
$10.84
$17.50
$44.81
$17.62
$91.41
$37.16
$28.67
$9.49
$9.50
$23.02
$26.04
$11.48
$26.16
$18.75
$21.33
$27.58

$47.43
$59.35
$23.85
$42.32
$23.78
$32.70
$32.41
$28.33
$31.84
$49.95
$36.64
$14.34
$13.63
$14.48
$40.17
$13.43
$10.38
$14.91
$23.53
$36.33
$21 37
$21.37
$31.56
$17.82
$17.91
$18.16
$16.76
$16.63
$39.97
$11.45
$20.31
$50.58
$21.88
$91.83
$43.03
$33.26
$13.07
$10.54
$27.40
$28.26
$16.19
$32.16
$23.63
$24.72
$43.25

$51.67
$21.82
$25.92
$30.87
$50.03
$39.79
$17.87

$35.78
$15.62
$21.34
$23.19
$38.80
$38.18
$12.01

$44.82
$20.02
$25.77
$32.35
$44.57
$40.73
$17.29

$58.84
$25.81
$31.52
$35.55
$64.69
$44.03
$21.09

539
112
384
224
533
84
136
623
867
12
146

45
898

82
29
176
284
151
24
91
32
36
246
409
95
24
98
81
76
23
21
117
60
195
19
44
36

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 16

Annual
Wage
$45,628
$59,249
$72,614
$112,651
$77,160
$56,570
$68,642
$29,130
$97,289
$93,535
$90,510
$101,710
$44,109
$71,199
$39,470
$54,816
$56,513
$52,486
$50,148
$90,623
$64,814
$26,912
$24,972
$26,539
$64,718
$24,852
$21,200
$26,663
$44,458
$70,006
$40 656
$40,656
$59,439
$33,941
$32,025
$34,673
$29,045
$29,607
$64,389
$22,734
$37,308
$93,122
$37,876
$209,671
$79,063
$60,597
$25,488
$21,037
$46,022
$52,000
$27,481
$55,112
$43,385
$47,921
$72,647
$93,402
$107,466
$45,388
$53,903
$64,205
$104,080
$82,758
$37,185

SOC
Code

Bellingham, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

47-2111
17-2072
25-2021
13-1071
11-9041
17-2199
25-1123
17-3025
17-2081
19-4091
19-2041
53-7032
43-6011
29-1062
49-3041
45-2092
45-2093
51-2091
43-4071
13-2051
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
39-9031
51-3092
35-1012
35-2021
19-1012
35-3041
11-9051
51 3091
51-3091
13-1131
51-9051
11-1021
19-2042
27-1024
51-4033
51-9022
39-5012
17-2111
21-1091
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
29-2092
49-9021
53-1021
49-9031
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099

Electricians
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineers, All Other
English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Environmental Engineering Technicians
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Excavating & Loading Machine & Dragline Operators
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Family & General Practitioners
Farm Equipment Mechanics
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
Fiberglass Laminators & Fabricators
File Clerks
Financial Analysts
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Food Batchmakers
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Scientists & Technologists
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Food/Tobacco Roast/Bake/Dry Mach Ops/Tenders
Fundraisers
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, & Kettle Ops/Tenders
General & Operations Mgrs
Geoscientists, Not Hydrologists & Geographers
Graphic Designers
Grind/Lap/Polish/Buff Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Grinding & Polishing Wkrs, Hand
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Hearing Aid Specialists
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Home Appliance Repairers
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O

687
166
126
18

29
29
51
44
209
65
57
33
49
104
37
216
48
155
199
171
400
373
20
211
67
27
39
11
621
34
122
21

34
15
14
48
140
51
34
218
149
89
79
71
126
210
71
270
63
264
55

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$27.43
$45.51

$19.26
$37.15

$26.48
$44.02

$35.01
$54.66

$25.87
$63.93
$37.56

$19.53
$46.32
$31.09

$25.71
$58.71
$40.73

$31.89
$71.69
$45.64

$25.32
$47.09
$18.00
$30.60
$25.86
$22.93
$74.44
$21.12
$17.83
$11.44
$13.31
$13.29
$42.98
$45.48
$20.46
$28.98
$17.33
$12.32
$19.75
$11.09
$23.76
$10.15
$27.20
$12 19
$12.19
$20.51
$20.75
$53.86
$38.89
$18.18
$16.29
$13.12
$16.15
$41.86
$20.59
$23.91
$37.74
$17.11
$23.77
$21.54
$23.92
$17.13
$15.41
$11.01
$10.71
$20.35
$17.14
$47.20
$41.46
$30.81
$41.56
$16.20
$17.44
$23.02
$12.25
$24.16

$23.20
$33.34
$15.94
$23.51
$19.12
$19.46
$61.09
$18.32
$10.47
$9.30
$12.40
$10.28
$31.86
$29.70
$17.65
$25.16
$11.32
$10.33
$15.59
$9.57
$17.04
$9.36
$21.83
$10 39
$10.39
$16.09
$16.77
$35.96
$27.68
$15.10
$14.57
$12.42
$10.60
$32.54
$15.73
$18.80
$35.77
$15.79
$17.78
$16.92
$19.50
$13.22
$15.12
$9.35
$9.51
$15.72
$14.74
$39.11
$31.81
$24.87
$31.38
$13.12
$14.55
$16.36
$9.92
$20.49

$25.86
$42.40
$17.35
$30.95
$22.92
$22.43
$71.71
$21.52
$15.95
$9.48
$13.31
$11.95
$38.61
$41.69
$20.31
$28.16
$16.04
$11.81
$18.73
$10.63
$20.20
$9.82
$27.03
$11 40
$11.40
$17.73
$20.50
$46.12
$37.52
$17.70
$16.38
$13.23
$13.21
$39.44
$18.37
$21.76
$38.17
$17.00
$21.35
$21.36
$23.00
$16.89
$16.41
$9.57
$10.46
$17.57
$17.23
$48.67
$40.49
$31.17
$36.89
$14.98
$17.36
$21.79
$11.21
$25.11

$28.39
$56.71
$18.76
$35.26
$32.26
$26.79
$85.27
$24.53
$25.84
$12.71
$14.24
$14.92
$45.64
$53.19
$22.65
$33.52
$23.46
$13.98
$23.51
$11.78
$28.44
$10.87
$32.82
$13 84
$13.84
$24.41
$25.21
$66.22
$45.92
$21.51
$18.03
$14.04
$18.71
$51.15
$22.83
$26.26
$42.93
$18.35
$31.47
$26.12
$28.26
$20.73
$17.69
$12.62
$11.48
$23.62
$20.28
$56.03
$47.00
$36.68
$48.70
$19.78
$20.42
$29.76
$14.06
$28.45

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 17

Annual
Wage
$57,041
$94,666
$60,507
$53,824
$132,966
$78,109
$76,530
$52,662
$97,953
$37,448
$63,650
$53,785
$47,700
$154,849
$43,921
$37,072
$23,791
$27,693
$27,652
$89,384
$94,611
$42,563
$60,271
$36,030
$25,636
$41,064
$23,079
$49,429
$21,109
$56,564
$25 358
$25,358
$42,651
$43,162
$112,025
$80,892
$37,817
$33,883
$27,282
$33,604
$87,086
$42,821
$49,737
$78,493
$35,607
$49,434
$44,811
$49,758
$35,643
$32,071
$22,910
$22,295
$42,329
$35,664
$98,168
$86,226
$64,093
$86,451
$33,687
$36,269
$47,892
$25,464
$50,244

SOC
Code

Bellingham, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

25-9031
47-2131
43-9041
41-3021
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
23-1023
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
25-4031
29-2061
19-4099
33-9092
43-4131
13-2072
39-3093
11-9081
45-4022
13-1081
53-7063
51 4041
51-4041
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
13-1161
11-2021
31-9011
17-2131
25-1022
51-3022
49-9011
17-3013
17-3027
17-2141
49-1011
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
51-9082
31-9092
29-2071
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1014
27-1026
43-5041
11-9199
25-2022

Instructional Coordinators
Insulation Wkrs, Floor, Ceiling, & Wall
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Life, Physical, & Social Science Technicians, A/O
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Locker Room, Coatroom, & Dressing Room Attendants
Lodging Mgrs
Logging Equipment Operators
Logisticians
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Massage Therapists
Materials Engineers
Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Door Repairers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineering Technicians
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Appliance Technicians
Medical Assistants
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)

49
25
27
227

1,589
16
75
25
898
24
558
98
140

34
79
97
270
32
148
177
15
27
123
40
138
229
594
13
618
38
75
204
72
119

246
23
10
124
183
59
116
137
29
211
71
417
73
75
47
296
352

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$25.29

$20.53

$23.32

$30.26

$52,607

$20.11
$19.72
$26.88
$17.54
$13.92

$17.73
$13.69
$17.51
$15.39
$10.62

$20.35
$17.77
$21.17
$17.41
$13.25

$22.33
$24.09
$39.05
$20.00
$16.77

$41,831
$41,014
$55,913
$36,475
$28,948

$60.84
$13.05
$26.22
$13.89
$12.33
$38.35
$22.44
$24.35

$59.41
$10.66
$20.36
$11.24
$10.50
$29.43
$17.17
$15.27

$64.31
$12.30
$26.25
$13.51
$11.70
$34.71
$20.35
$19.09

$69.21
$14.34
$32.09
$16.20
$13.93
$47.70
$27.42
$27.57

$29.47
$18.62
$19.10
$21.00
$10.56
$16.43
$33.20
$9.34
$21.39
$21.20
$51.17
$12.83
$22 38
$22.38
$10.77
$14.20
$20.56
$17.57
$55.38
$23.96
$53.12
$22.56
$42.39

$25.72
$16.41
$16.78
$14.67
$9.54
$12.35
$25.67
$9.21
$17.93
$19.04
$43.99
$10.53
$18 16
$18.16
$9.41
$12.36
$16.47
$14.30
$31.62
$18.68
$36.50
$10.99
$38.13

$29.07
$18.42
$18.59
$18.45
$10.36
$16.61
$28.41
$9.28
$20.15
$21.22
$54.78
$11.77
$21 33
$21.33
$10.33
$14.24
$20.55
$16.98
$40.04
$23.30
$55.79
$17.02
$44.02

$34.26
$21.31
$21.32
$23.31
$11.19
$19.76
$34.50
$9.34
$22.07
$23.71
$63.73
$14.48
$26 14
$26.14
$11.60
$16.49
$24.77
$20.08
$69.97
$27.84
$67.61
$34.55
$51.76

$11.25
$16.66
$31.52
$27.91
$51.20
$29.25
$23.38
$32.96
$38.09
$26.33
$16.30
$16.29
$19.90
$18.68
$20.56
$21.48
$19.91
$13.66
$17.55
$46.24

$9.35
$13.65
$26.42
$22.39
$42.40
$24.17
$17.36
$27.61
$22.59
$20.21
$15.32
$14.86
$15.70
$16.32
$17.54
$16.54
$14.57
$11.78
$11.23
$37.11

$9.54
$15.83
$32.53
$26.70
$51.20
$27.96
$22.87
$32.71
$37.56
$25.81
$16.67
$16.44
$19.14
$19.10
$20.29
$19.35
$19.47
$13.43
$16.14
$46.01

$12.20
$18.55
$36.11
$32.75
$57.70
$34.28
$27.74
$37.11
$46.40
$32.44
$18.01
$17.95
$22.80
$21.39
$22.74
$23.53
$23.38
$14.97
$25.41
$55.49

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 18

$56,284
$126,543
$27,157
$54,545
$28,887
$25,644
$79,761
$46,677
$50,648
$66,716
$61,284
$38,723
$39,726
$43,677
$21,961
$34,182
$69,059
$19,431
$44,480
$44,089
$106,438
$26,684
$46 552
$46,552
$22,391
$29,547
$42,765
$36,552
$115,199
$49,845
$110,494
$46,913
$88,178
$90,932
$23,388
$34,644
$65,572
$58,046
$106,487
$60,838
$48,642
$68,561
$79,223
$54,786
$33,913
$33,887
$41,396
$38,854
$42,753
$44,683
$41,414
$28,425
$36,500
$96,177
$62,303

SOC
Code

Bellingham, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

49-9044
51-9023
49-3042
51-4072
51-9195
49-3051
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
15-2031
29-2081
43-4151
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
51-9122
51-9196
23-2011
53-6021
41 2022
41-2022
47-2071
43-3051
39-9021
13-2052
39-1021
51-8093
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
31-9097
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
47-2151
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
25-1199
25-2011
51-6021
51-5113
51-5112
21-1092
43-3061

Millwrights
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Mold/Coremaking/Casting Mach Set/Op/Tend, Mtl/Plastic
Molders, Shapers, & Casters, Not Metal & Plastic
Motorboat Mechanics
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Operations Research Analysts
Opticians, Dispensing
Order Clerks
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Lot Attendants
Parts Salespersons
Paving, Surfacing, & Tamping Equipment Operators
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Petroleum Pump System/Refinery Ops & Gaugers
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Phlebotomists
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Pipelayers
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Pressers, Textile, Garment, & Related Materials
Print Binding and Finishing Workers
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks

27
91
38
42
25
189
30
99
163
73
840
59
16
798
220
1,226
290
23
60
174
237
381
206
24
116
23
152
26
118
624
44
72
158
45
153
18
92
48
39
110
22
72
382
68
245
42
184
19
12
188
44
57
17

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$26.45
$16.92
$23.16
$14.12
$16.78
$17.46
$44.06
$31.45
$15.47
$11.76
$27.90
$44.57
$12.37
$35.39
$33.74
$25.40
$16.47
$15.08
$17.29
$30.82
$25.43
$19.60
$18.47
$14.72
$11.10
$18.79
$21.80
$20.49
$22.71
$12.78
$15 08
$15.08
$33.73
$18.85
$11.52
$25.34
$21.15
$36.16
$55.24
$13.20
$18.64
$17.43
$15.53
$111.28
$13.19
$21.74
$31.75
$48.10
$29.54
$26.92
$46.82
$34.30
$24.97
$25.72
$25.09
$35.42

$21.60
$14.77
$18.76
$10.94
$12.82
$15.96
$40.63
$26.23
$13.78
$9.45
$18.55
$37.63
$10.74
$28.08
$27.97
$19.83
$12.72
$12.34
$13.59
$21.61
$20.43
$15.49
$15.87
$11.68
$9.58
$15.19
$19.05
$16.14
$17.41
$10.55
$10 88
$10.88
$29.93
$16.09
$10.29
$16.48
$15.28
$32.40
$50.74
$11.09
$16.16
$15.26
$11.69
$88.05
$10.90
$19.82
$28.14
$39.89
$25.65
$21.49
$39.52
$31.09
$25.87
$23.21
$25.87
$32.44

$26.54
$16.62
$22.21
$13.11
$16.71
$17.01
$43.18
$29.21
$15.99
$10.98
$24.55
$45.86
$12.12
$34.47
$33.98
$23.25
$15.80
$14.50
$17.53
$29.25
$26.23
$17.90
$19.39
$14.33
$10.45
$17.75
$21.33
$18.93
$22.54
$11.53
$13 84
$13.84
$35.17
$18.45
$11.06
$18.66
$18.58
$35.13
$54.88
$13.03
$19.44
$17.38
$14.36
$91.54
$12.83
$21.48
$32.25
$47.41
$28.94
$26.14
$43.52
$33.67
$25.88
$27.53
$25.88
$35.93

$32.63
$18.38
$27.46
$16.21
$20.02
$18.07
$45.13
$35.85
$17.58
$13.28
$38.55
$52.97
$13.83
$42.43
$40.36
$29.94
$18.60
$17.35
$21.25
$36.70
$31.42
$24.08
$21.74
$17.21
$11.74
$21.97
$23.91
$24.71
$27.16
$13.69
$18 42
$18.42
$39.86
$22.03
$11.83
$39.57
$26.40
$38.83
$59.44
$15.04
$21.54
$20.05
$20.04
$91.92
$15.13
$23.14
$35.37
$56.69
$33.48
$30.93
$52.18
$36.51
$26.44
$27.54
$26.44
$38.38

$13.73
$12.33
$13.09
$17.08
$28.58
$18.03

$10.91
$10.87
$10.57
$15.74
$24.78
$13.78

$12.47
$12.54
$11.90
$17.00
$28.73
$15.46

$15.06
$13.90
$15.34
$18.28
$33.24
$22.77

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 19

Annual
Wage
$55,024
$35,193
$48,166
$29,378
$34,907
$36,322
$91,642
$65,421
$32,174
$24,465
$58,035
$92,713
$25,731
$73,596
$70,184
$52,839
$34,265
$31,368
$35,965
$64,107
$52,891
$40,781
$38,425
$30,629
$23,085
$39,077
$45,362
$42,623
$47,229
$26,576
$31 366
$31,366
$70,158
$39,217
$23,961
$52,701
$43,989
$75,207
$114,909
$27,454
$38,776
$36,251
$32,316
$231,452
$27,427
$45,209
$66,025
$100,042
$61,447
$55,996
$97,377
$71,348
$51,939
$53,500
$52,184
$73,683
$65,177
$28,559
$25,643
$27,223
$35,525
$59,463
$37,505

SOC
Code

Bellingham, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

27-2012
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
25-1066
11-2031
27-3031
13-1021
13-1023
11-3061
41-9022
43-4171
25-1193
39-9032
29-1125
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
27-3022
29-1126
41-1011
41-2031
47-2181
53-5011
41-9099
11-2022
41 3099
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
49-2098
33-9032
25-3021
51-9012
47-4071
51-6031
47-2211
43-5071
39-5094
11-9151
21-1093
19-3099
21-1029
25-2052
25-2053
25-2054
29-1127
15-2041
43-5081
47-2221
21-1011
25-3098
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031

Producers & Directors
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents & Buyers, Farm Products
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation & Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Therapists
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reporters & Correspondents
Respiratory Therapists
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Roofers
Sailors & Marine Oilers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps,
Reps Svcs,
Svcs All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Septic Tank Svcrs & Sewer Pipe Cleaners
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Skin Care Specialists
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Statisticians
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Structural Iron & Steel Wkrs
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

36
406
180
174
134
138
25
57

$19.93
$24.81
$12.26
$12.56
$23.08
$41.52
$25.66
$18.96

$9.52
$20.03
$10.18
$10.60
$18.11
$24.40
$19.49
$14.14

$15.43
$24.21
$11.30
$12.21
$22.27
$36.63
$24.90
$17.73

$27.30
$28.88
$13.39
$14.13
$28.32
$45.50
$29.40
$22.13

48
81
17
137
26
31
615

$39.19
$22.78
$26.46
$31.42
$50.70
$20.25
$13.42

$31.07
$18.80
$23.94
$22.80
$36.90
$11.69
$11.22

$38.92
$22.35
$26.86
$29.80
$56.04
$14.12
$13.12

$45.71
$27.56
$30.00
$40.16
$66.83
$25.21
$14.87

329

$12.09
$22.28
$18.27
$28.89
$21.70
$16.64
$33.56
$22.74
$12.94
$22.03
$21.19
$15.45
$52.61
$25 86
$25.86
$24.04
$43.05
$15.40

$9.36
$17.05
$11.30
$22.86
$16.58
$10.43
$29.07
$16.17
$9.58
$16.04
$19.45
$12.09
$33.78
$17 36
$17.36
$14.04
$28.65
$12.75

$9.60
$20.21
$20.51
$28.24
$20.93
$12.09
$33.68
$20.19
$11.09
$20.74
$21.74
$14.58
$49.29
$23 41
$23.41
$22.67
$43.88
$14.90

$13.20
$27.48
$22.51
$33.98
$26.06
$21.95
$38.67
$26.02
$14.09
$27.40
$24.45
$17.95
$66.99
$29 14
$29.14
$30.72
$54.02
$18.12

$16.53
$21.72
$22.02
$12.35
$21.07
$20.78
$13.72
$14.98
$17.20
$15.76
$13.25
$30.15
$12.69
$38.56
$25.47

$14.14
$13.61
$19.34
$9.56
$16.45
$19.80
$12.42
$12.38
$12.69
$12.90
$9.81
$23.20
$10.36
$29.89
$23.75

$16.53
$16.08
$22.63
$11.72
$20.80
$21.14
$13.55
$14.35
$14.55
$15.82
$10.71
$28.07
$11.41
$38.45
$25.81

$18.44
$20.03
$26.37
$14.13
$25.40
$22.47
$14.68
$16.96
$18.42
$18.09
$11.60
$34.74
$14.45
$48.22
$27.98

$30.96
$29.22
$12.74
$26.46
$17.29
$16.00
$24.85
$33.97
$11.41

$25.06
$24.78
$10.03
$19.11
$15.24
$14.21
$18.91
$28.15
$10.06

$30.61
$28.05
$11.41
$22.67
$16.86
$16.08
$24.40
$33.13
$10.92

$36.71
$29.67
$14.16
$34.06
$18.48
$17.67
$29.11
$39.68
$11.82

18
135
17
778
3,249
168
11
43
141
219
855
50
383
1,085
129
390
221
99
21
87
208
344
17
56
295
14
69
39
50
38
28
1,018
92
88
52
24
81

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 20

Annual
Wage
$41,453
$51,621
$25,501
$26,138
$48,000
$86,358
$53,376
$39,419
$77,637
$81,519
$47,373
$55,025
$65,363
$105,457
$42,128
$27,906
$51,935
$25,155
$46,346
$37,998
$60,085
$45,139
$34,610
$69,803
$47,290
$26,917
$45,809
$44,075
$32,124
$109,415
$53 798
$53,798
$50,008
$89,543
$32,039
$34,384
$45,175
$45,792
$25,680
$43,837
$43,233
$28,533
$31,148
$35,775
$32,794
$27,567
$62,711
$26,401
$80,211
$52,991
$57,941
$62,273
$60,113
$64,400
$60,791
$26,505
$55,024
$35,966
$33,279
$51,705
$70,651
$23,722

SOC
Code

Bellingham, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

43-2011
47-2082
13-2081
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
27-3042
49-2022
49-9052
41-9041
43-3071
49-3093
23-2093
51-4194
13-1151
33-9093
11-3071
53-1031
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
15 1134
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
51-4122
13-1022
51-7042
43-9022
19-1023

Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tapers
Tax Examiners, Collectors, & Revenue Agents
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Tech Writers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telecommunications Line Installers & Repairers
Telemarketers
Tellers
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tool Grinders, Filers, & Sharpeners
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation Security Screeners
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Welding/Soldering/Brazing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Word Processors & Typists
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

55
49
36
50
71
943

$14.80
$22.93
$28.47
$17.00
$10.78

$11.40
$18.94
$24.79
$10.94
$9.80

$14.66
$24.34
$26.70
$13.02
$10.59

$17.72
$27.29
$32.73
$22.66
$11.37

189
29
79
41

$14.55
$33.98
$28.39
$24.38
$9.67
$12.80
$18.23
$28.36
$23.08
$30.85
$17.98
$38.95
$26.25
$23.58
$19.59
$33.05
$13.63
$38.11
$13.42
$20.02
$25.82

$11.32
$28.89
$24.07
$17.48
$9.20
$10.84
$15.45
$25.06
$19.85
$19.98
$15.13
$30.75
$18.17
$17.66
$13.90
$28.44
$9.59
$26.22
$11.01
$14.72
$20.88

$13.60
$34.27
$29.70
$24.15
$9.31
$12.21
$19.15
$28.48
$24.21
$29.10
$17.53
$36.68
$27.47
$21.41
$17.36
$32.52
$14.00
$32.85
$12.73
$18.89
$26.74

$17.01
$40.42
$33.77
$30.24
$9.84
$14.43
$21.68
$32.45
$27.06
$39.83
$19.94
$47.96
$33.18
$31.18
$24.50
$36.72
$16.62
$48.42
$14.73
$22.61
$30.61

$12.75
$26 56
$26.56
$13.14
$20.53
$23.70
$23.50
$18.42
$20.99
$33.92

$9.35
$18.42
$18
42
$10.56
$17.07
$21.11
$16.76
$15.89
$19.65
$26.80

$12.49
$26 23
$26.23
$11.73
$20.69
$24.19
$20.33
$18.11
$21.10
$28.65

$14.40
$33.05
$33
05
$15.76
$23.92
$26.96
$28.17
$21.05
$22.56
$41.01

447
121
26
67
42
69
109
1,017
325
74
81
86
23
181
56
1,510
62
19
232
16
83
107
19

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 21

Annual
Wage
$30,785
$47,676
$59,227
$35,364
$22,435
$29,072
$34,788
$30,260
$70,669
$59,034
$50,705
$20,107
$26,629
$37,908
$58,985
$48,009
$64,167
$37,411
$81,017
$54,607
$49,053
$40,742
$68,727
$28,364
$79,269
$27,921
$41,642
$53,697
$66,245
$26,524
$55 237
$55,237
$27,323
$42,704
$49,284
$48,878
$38,307
$43,673
$70,537

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 22

Bremerton-Silverdale, WA MSA
2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Kitsap County

SOC
Code

Bremerton-Silverdale, WA MSA
Occupational Title

13-2011
11-3011
25-3011
41-3011
39-3091
19-3091
13-2021
17-1011
17-3011
51-2099
27-4011
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
19-4021
43-3031
13-2031
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
13-1199
51-3021
51-7011
53-5021
43-5011
47-2031
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
19-3031
27-2022
35-3021
21-1099
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
17-2061
15-1143
15-1152
15-1199
15-1131
15-1132

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising Sales Agents
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Anthropologists & Archeologists
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Audio & Video Equipment Technicians
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Budget Analysts
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Captains, Mates, & Pilots of Water Vessels
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenters
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Hardware Engineers
Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
447
106
59
53
90
12
53
51
129
89
33
72
443
102
329
45
291
37
1,011
27
99
391
308
1,204
103
34
11
537
14
2,080
60
50
64
46
264
168
23
113
408
41
187
56
181
2,179
12
32
61
76
103
119
346
80
201

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$30.72
$40.56
$18.83
$37.97
$11.01
$29.43
$31.74
$33.51
$25.36
$14.12
$25.78
$19.10
$19.82
$14.17
$12.87
$15.77
$17.29
$22.75
$18.96
$32.05
$26.53
$18.51
$21.09
$35.88
$20.24
$21.31
$34.14
$22.22
$26.81
$36.40
$13.30
$19.45
$25.39
$36.63
$79.86
$10.80
$22.20
$84.44
$29.51
$41.60
$37.41
$12.03
$33.62

$22.51
$26.02
$16.59
$15.67
$9.27
$25.29
$25.31
$26.02
$20.76
$11.23
$20.32
$14.61
$15.28
$10.01
$9.41
$13.83
$15.14
$18.06
$15.55
$25.42
$23.81
$16.14
$19.49
$29.74
$18.23
$19.21
$22.76
$17.13
$23.55
$32.02
$9.62
$15.30
$19.98
$30.86
$61.48
$9.34
$17.51
$43.23
$26.07
$33.56
$32.73
$9.52
$30.09

$29.32
$39.90
$17.82
$25.37
$9.40
$28.81
$27.83
$31.85
$23.76
$13.38
$26.39
$17.86
$19.61
$14.45
$12.87
$15.59
$17.15
$21.65
$18.67
$31.74
$26.28
$19.42
$21.21
$36.49
$20.94
$21.07
$29.94
$24.65
$27.66
$37.96
$11.37
$18.71
$22.36
$37.72
$74.35
$10.08
$23.04
$85.92
$29.51
$40.03
$38.64
$10.54
$33.38

$35.10
$49.05
$19.05
$35.82
$11.66
$33.62
$32.85
$41.88
$29.71
$16.27
$32.48
$22.88
$23.49
$17.48
$15.55
$17.36
$19.74
$25.66
$22.69
$35.44
$28.87
$21.66
$22.93
$42.80
$22.97
$22.94
$35.88
$26.85
$30.98
$42.05
$15.21
$21.49
$31.73
$42.93
$89.63
$11.55
$26.07
$91.64
$33.75
$46.52
$42.61
$11.70
$36.68

$10.40
$16.92
$32.41
$33.36
$54.17
$42.11
$46.42
$28.52
$40.38
$30.45
$49.06

$9.27
$11.49
$21.53
$24.80
$40.89
$35.68
$41.45
$25.29
$34.83
$22.64
$34.12

$9.41
$16.38
$31.99
$31.15
$51.39
$42.56
$48.84
$29.02
$40.55
$26.94
$42.28

$10.67
$20.55
$40.49
$43.34
$65.80
$48.07
$53.72
$33.05
$45.39
$35.85
$56.54

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 23

Annual
Wage
$63,894
$84,376
$39,173
$78,966
$22,905
$61,213
$66,018
$69,702
$52,760
$29,370
$53,609
$39,730
$41,236
$29,485
$26,784
$32,806
$35,964
$47,302
$39,430
$66,654
$55,184
$38,494
$43,864
$74,612
$42,117
$44,320
$71,025
$46,210
$55,775
$75,716
$27,676
$40,455
$52,816
$76,203
$166,123
$22,454
$46,178
$175,639
$61,366
$86,536
$77,825
$25,018
$69,936
$33,715
$21,651
$35,182
$67,405
$69,395
$112,673
$87,581
$96,544
$59,339
$83,988
$63,346
$102,054

SOC
Code

Bremerton-Silverdale, WA MSA
Occupational Title

15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
19-1031
47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
49-9012
35-2019
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
33-3012
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
43-4031
53-7021
33-9091
25-4012
43-4051
51-9031
43-9021
15-1141
41-9011
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
33 3021
33-3021
29-2032
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
17-3019
53-3031
47-2081
27-3041
11-9039
11-9032
11-9033
25-9099
17-3023
51-2022
17-2071
49-2094
47-3013
47-2111
17-2072
25-2021
43-4061
29-2041
13-1071
11-9041
17-3029
17-2199
17-2081
19-4091
19-2041
43-6011

Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Crane & Tower Operators
Crossing Guards
Curators
Customer Svc Reps
Cutters & Trimmers, Hand
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Demonstrators & Product Promoters
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Drafters, All Other
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Editors
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical Engineers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electrician Helpers
Electricians
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
226
95
33
16
44
478
116
659
15
290
710
49
117
115
458
298
14
90
70
59
14
1,336
27
26
16
333
225
39
49
28
245
453
116
33
481
48
29
148
31
80
201
14
156
211
915
208
943
49
178
281
141
886
300
75
31
99
160

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$24.08
$40.65
$20.57
$27.35
$32.53
$17.85
$49.92
$38.00
$21.44
$13.07
$14.10
$12.24
$11.87
$25.78
$32.36
$12.37
$11.02
$12.57
$20.42
$32.04
$15.26
$19.48
$17.37
$15.17
$14.86
$33.26
$12.34
$18.63
$46.76
$24.77
$49 27
$49.27
$37.56
$25.75
$11.76
$9.92
$17.39
$30.18
$13.97
$29.39
$31.74
$37.18

$19.36
$36.11
$16.86
$21.89
$29.83
$11.89
$37.74
$35.07
$17.54
$10.51
$10.83
$10.45
$10.59
$24.15
$21.13
$9.72
$9.35
$9.43
$18.70
$31.07
$10.30
$16.39
$12.35
$12.48
$10.56
$22.84
$10.88
$16.12
$42.10
$18.24
$39 30
$39.30
$34.48
$18.66
$9.33
$9.29
$13.16
$22.49
$11.59
$25.14
$25.97
$32.45

$24.06
$41.25
$20.43
$26.03
$32.84
$16.47
$45.38
$37.45
$20.49
$11.40
$13.24
$11.88
$11.75
$26.00
$30.38
$11.34
$9.58
$12.59
$20.44
$32.22
$11.12
$17.65
$16.76
$15.31
$15.39
$27.97
$12.40
$17.95
$46.56
$25.30
$53 09
$53.09
$38.61
$24.94
$9.99
$9.42
$16.81
$29.51
$13.46
$31.61
$32.17
$36.31

$27.77
$45.83
$23.77
$32.01
$36.92
$20.64
$57.35
$42.00
$23.08
$16.35
$16.65
$13.83
$13.29
$27.85
$42.87
$14.27
$11.58
$14.89
$22.40
$32.23
$24.62
$18.94
$22.80
$17.81
$18.13
$42.68
$13.65
$20.95
$52.66
$31.23
$58 41
$58.41
$42.45
$32.83
$13.38
$9.99
$21.19
$39.39
$14.88
$34.30
$36.53
$43.56

$36.54
$20.08
$38.56
$17.95
$39.16
$30.51
$13.81
$27.49
$45.59

$31.59
$14.81
$34.82
$14.07
$32.49
$28.68
$11.94
$22.33
$38.81

$34.90
$18.91
$38.80
$16.69
$37.06
$30.97
$13.13
$27.68
$45.33

$41.94
$23.59
$42.94
$21.28
$45.32
$32.88
$14.31
$30.98
$53.90

$21.93
$28.89
$33.20
$65.33
$38.91
$47.31
$45.88
$23.84
$38.31
$24.48

$20.85
$19.14
$25.01
$58.89
$34.83
$39.35
$41.47
$18.33
$29.85
$20.55

$22.47
$29.76
$31.74
$63.48
$38.81
$49.63
$46.51
$23.40
$38.80
$24.47

$22.48
$38.52
$41.60
$70.09
$42.94
$55.31
$51.06
$29.44
$45.33
$28.24

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 24

Annual
Wage
$50,097
$84,546
$42,794
$56,882
$67,642
$37,130
$103,823
$79,030
$44,607
$27,180
$29,330
$25,459
$24,687
$53,621
$67,305
$25,723
$22,933
$26,135
$42,466
$66,630
$31,741
$40,517
$36,146
$31,544
$30,907
$69,174
$25,671
$38,753
$97,268
$51,536
$102 483
$102,483
$78,108
$53,546
$24,465
$20,638
$36,183
$62,767
$29,057
$61,128
$66,006
$77,325
$106,482
$76,016
$41,767
$80,213
$37,353
$81,456
$63,442
$28,728
$57,169
$94,840
$60,602
$45,609
$60,094
$69,042
$135,898
$80,943
$98,402
$95,435
$49,600
$79,684
$50,920

SOC
Code

Bremerton-Silverdale, WA MSA
Occupational Title

29-1062
45-2092
45-2093
43-4071
13-2051
11-3031
13-2099
33-1021
33-2021
39-9031
27-1023
51-3092
35-1012
35-2021
35-3041
11-9051
13-1131
39-3012
39-3011
39-1011
33-9031
11-1021
27-1024
39-5012
47-4041
17-2111
29-1199
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
49 9021
49-9021
53-1021
49-9031
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
15-1122
51-9061
49-9098
25-9031
43-9041
41-3021
43-4111
37-2011
23-1023
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031

Family & General Practitioners
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
File Clerks
Financial Analysts
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fire Inspectors & Investigators
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Fundraisers
Gaming & Sports Book Writers & Runners
Gaming Dealers
Gaming Supervisors
Gaming Surveillance Officers & Gaming Investigators
General & Operations Mgrs
Graphic Designers
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Hazardous Materials Removal Wkrs
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Diagnosing & Treating Practitioners, A/O
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating Air Cond
Heating,
Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Home Appliance Repairers
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Information Security Analysts
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Instructional Coordinators
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
33
43
22
21
27
162
149
81
51
215
67
467
446
228
79
25
260
57
778
51
303
33
20
21
203
32
26
361
108
89
167
34
341
46
78
242
17
102
67
64
62
104
36
1,230
23
107
38
494
97
545
62
139
79

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$98.51
$13.45
$12.07
$11.77
$53.95
$52.55
$33.42
$44.30
$31.75
$16.19
$14.85
$14.85
$15.51
$11.40
$10.15
$23.74
$22.01
$11.36
$12.78

$76.77
$9.38
$10.28
$10.12
$36.71
$40.55
$27.64
$39.43
$27.18
$9.42
$12.56
$13.19
$12.64
$9.33
$9.29
$18.96
$20.02
$9.95
$9.32

$89.36
$11.16
$11.20
$11.06
$49.00
$50.52
$31.73
$44.60
$32.48
$15.36
$14.43
$14.85
$14.72
$10.36
$9.45
$21.95
$22.10
$10.77
$9.54

$91.73
$17.73
$13.29
$12.57
$71.55
$63.27
$39.22
$51.31
$36.43
$21.27
$17.11
$16.75
$17.94
$13.13
$10.30
$26.34
$24.73
$11.60
$16.14

$204,890
$27,965
$25,106
$24,473
$112,208
$109,321
$69,522
$92,152
$66,037
$33,681
$30,895
$30,887
$32,243
$23,695
$21,121
$49,381
$45,794
$23,614
$26,589

$15.00
$51.91
$22.59
$16.94

$10.85
$39.70
$17.71
$10.24

$13.88
$49.47
$23.00
$15.42

$17.48
$58.47
$26.38
$21.61

$31,197
$107,974
$46,990
$35,236

$48.05
$31.06
$23.86
$16.07
$17.69
$27 13
$27.13
$28.23
$17.30
$11.29
$10.33
$11.11
$19.21
$19.51
$50.48
$25.40
$42.67
$16.78
$20.19
$39.30
$25.75
$16.02
$33.54
$17.91
$23.70
$18.66
$13.57
$42.19

$38.12
$24.64
$20.40
$14.29
$14.99
$24 61
$24.61
$20.03
$13.91
$10.12
$9.28
$9.93
$16.35
$17.36
$39.74
$20.59
$32.66
$11.59
$16.16
$32.53
$20.69
$13.48
$28.47
$11.79
$13.85
$14.90
$10.62
$33.90

$48.40
$28.78
$23.55
$16.18
$17.62
$27 61
$27.61
$26.23
$16.57
$10.97
$9.42
$10.86
$19.50
$19.95
$48.35
$23.38
$39.21
$16.36
$20.16
$38.37
$25.77
$16.02
$34.36
$15.91
$16.43
$18.04
$12.77
$36.67

$57.28
$38.80
$27.27
$17.70
$20.81
$29 98
$29.98
$38.18
$18.94
$11.87
$10.55
$11.78
$21.87
$21.52
$60.08
$31.10
$49.84
$20.87
$24.21
$47.40
$31.23
$18.22
$39.44
$20.22
$31.36
$22.59
$16.00
$58.61

$19.47
$14.94
$22.30
$15.44
$11.80
$44.90
$18.89
$23.69

$14.64
$11.19
$18.51
$12.73
$9.73
$31.11
$14.12
$19.53

$20.09
$14.26
$21.63
$14.89
$11.15
$43.55
$17.93
$21.64

$22.15
$18.07
$25.40
$17.82
$13.70
$60.27
$21.86
$26.22

$99,942
$64,595
$49,632
$33,420
$36,790
$56 433
$56,433
$58,726
$35,983
$23,488
$21,503
$23,101
$39,950
$40,592
$105,017
$52,831
$88,769
$34,886
$42,000
$81,732
$53,545
$33,312
$69,768
$37,260
$49,296
$38,814
$28,223
$87,751
$59,136
$40,495
$31,071
$46,373
$32,133
$24,555
$93,397
$39,303
$49,277
$93,466

68

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 25

SOC
Code

Bremerton-Silverdale, WA MSA
Occupational Title

25-4021
25-4031
29-2061
33-9092
43-4131
13-2072
49-9094
13-1081
51-4041
29-2035
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
13-1111
17-2121
13-1161
11-2021
31-9011
51-3022
17-2141
49-1011
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
51-9082
31-9092
31-9093
49-9062
29-2071
43 6013
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1023
27-1026
11-9199
25-2022
53-3099
49-3051
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-2033
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
29-9012
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
47-2073
15-2031
51-9083
29-2057
29-2081
29-1041
43-4151
49-3053
53-7064

Librarians
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Locksmiths & Safe Repairers
Logisticians
Machinists
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Management Analysts
Marine Engineers & Naval Architects
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Massage Therapists
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Appliance Technicians
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Equipment Repairers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other
Motorboat Mechanics
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Health & Safety Technicians
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Operations Research Analysts
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians
Opticians, Dispensing
Optometrists
Order Clerks
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packers & Packagers, Hand

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
61
49
437
72
134
133
260
184
20
323
52
573
343
150
107
53
92
39
473
756
45
44
143
15
484
64
11
213
523
21
41

198
369
71
21
32
148
51
73
87
11
70
1,281
134
12
67
781
220
1,111
157
17
49
72
24
100
17
266

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$31.63
$22.87
$21.94
$14.03
$18.07
$32.95
$14.31
$36.54
$30.29
$36.08
$11.18
$15.95
$21.55
$38.27
$38.01
$28.35
$52.01
$27.68
$14.65
$40.58
$38.80
$25.70
$26.73
$44.64
$15.27
$16.54
$15.91
$16.90
$23.37
$17.16
$17 12
$17.12
$20.78
$20.52
$23.17
$16.69
$52.84

$29.87
$20.17
$20.03
$10.65
$14.69
$22.73
$10.52
$30.74
$27.78
$32.48
$9.62
$12.06
$15.88
$31.73
$30.39
$20.43
$28.58
$21.22
$9.67
$35.77
$36.13
$20.92
$21.00
$31.80
$10.91
$11.31
$13.63
$14.27
$13.94
$13.39
$13 52
$13.52
$18.49
$13.79
$20.55
$12.90
$44.51

$32.84
$22.87
$21.72
$13.24
$17.87
$27.94
$11.26
$35.65
$31.09
$35.82
$10.78
$16.58
$22.88
$38.03
$35.81
$26.96
$45.51
$28.12
$13.20
$40.55
$40.11
$25.32
$28.12
$41.54
$12.65
$16.36
$15.66
$16.63
$26.06
$15.36
$16 14
$16.14
$20.39
$18.89
$23.67
$16.08
$52.30

$35.79
$25.31
$23.87
$17.18
$21.48
$35.48
$12.01
$42.79
$31.10
$40.55
$11.97
$18.49
$27.05
$43.11
$46.51
$35.60
$71.32
$33.46
$19.46
$46.51
$43.09
$30.03
$32.83
$50.27
$17.43
$18.47
$17.77
$18.77
$29.89
$20.01
$19 91
$19.91
$22.33
$26.90
$26.42
$20.34
$63.47

$23.08
$18.15
$53.14
$36.50
$16.46
$10.67
$28.05
$36.82
$52.50
$13.77
$37.21
$25.64
$33.46
$29.31
$16.91
$15.04
$28.33

$21.66
$15.54
$43.08
$31.40
$14.05
$9.40
$18.23
$33.56
$42.02
$10.86
$32.83
$23.53
$28.39
$20.85
$13.68
$11.84
$18.55

$25.41
$17.42
$49.47
$35.62
$16.34
$9.78
$26.07
$36.87
$47.26
$12.55
$37.82
$25.54
$33.54
$27.02
$15.86
$14.42
$27.12

$27.36
$20.31
$59.68
$42.87
$18.31
$11.29
$32.98
$40.94
$54.13
$15.18
$42.94
$27.26
$38.15
$36.04
$20.53
$17.48
$36.32

$65,792
$47,573
$45,616
$29,175
$37,594
$68,518
$29,784
$76,004
$62,989
$75,030
$23,254
$33,156
$44,837
$79,592
$79,067
$58,965
$108,175
$57,571
$30,474
$84,390
$80,695
$53,452
$55,598
$92,863
$31,746
$34,403
$33,094
$35,159
$48,609
$35,695
$35 606
$35,606
$43,226
$42,677
$48,194
$34,721
$109,899
$59,513
$47,992
$37,744
$110,539
$75,932
$34,241
$22,185
$58,339
$76,568
$109,192
$28,644
$77,399
$53,331
$69,598
$60,955
$35,168
$31,288
$58,908

$13.06
$19.70
$18.14
$43.84
$14.74
$16.73
$10.70

$9.68
$17.22
$14.83
$36.51
$11.73
$12.79
$9.33

$11.22
$19.64
$17.40
$41.57
$13.60
$16.44
$9.46

$14.66
$21.98
$22.28
$46.24
$17.02
$21.06
$9.66

$27,156
$40,969
$37,748
$91,195
$30,654
$34,789
$22,252

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 26

SOC
Code

Bremerton-Silverdale, WA MSA
Occupational Title

47-2141
23-2011
53-6021
41-2022
43-3051
39-9021
39-1021
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
31-9097
27-4021
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
47-2151
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5031
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
25-2011
51-5112
21-1092
43 3061
43-3061
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
11-2031
27-3031
13-1023
11-3061
49-2021
29-2034
41-9022
43-4171
39-9032
29-1125
29-1141
21-1015
41-1011
41-2031
47-2181
53-5011
41-9099
41-9031
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
25-2031
43-6014

Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Lot Attendants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Phlebotomists
Photographers
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Pipelayers
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police, Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radio Mechanics
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Therapists
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Roofers
Sailors & Marine Oilers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Engineers
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
704
183
21
143
78
444
64
200
217
33
29
27
99
17
31
139
45
60
729
76
356
73
61
206
10
16
40
63
100
390
19
282
41
24
75
26
118
245
10
150
34
725

1,311
194
856
3,158
83
51
79
24
81
153
320
75
442
1,210

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$23.83
$22.68
$11.34
$12.34
$19.26
$11.16
$22.50
$54.92
$11.69
$19.42
$16.11
$13.95
$12.86
$96.83
$13.68
$24.05
$36.67
$52.95
$26.92
$29.71
$42.09
$28.44
$24.51
$23.60
$25.59
$21.46
$33.72
$15.70
$15.81
$28.34
$21 48
$21.48
$35.40
$13.13
$14.99
$35.89
$37.84
$23.89
$15.42
$39.94
$27.53
$32.26
$57.78
$24.80
$27.54
$27.38
$13.96
$14.06
$17.23
$36.08
$16.70
$19.06
$14.50
$17.90
$22.24
$13.16

$19.96
$18.80
$9.95
$10.64
$15.64
$10.23
$17.32
$49.48
$9.33
$16.83
$13.76
$9.64
$10.54
$72.67
$10.81
$21.01
$32.14
$38.99
$23.83
$22.34
$36.76
$21.10
$21.14
$23.29
$22.45
$11.72
$29.79
$15.21
$12.73
$24.78
$20 08
$20.08
$34.65
$10.00
$9.39
$29.84
$23.56
$17.17
$11.34
$37.69
$21.30
$23.45
$47.07
$19.50
$22.19
$12.85
$12.08
$9.38
$12.86
$29.30
$13.03
$13.73
$10.02
$13.22
$15.59
$10.69

$22.33
$22.16
$10.96
$11.62
$19.53
$10.92
$21.53
$55.63
$11.65
$19.74
$15.73
$12.70
$12.18
$87.52
$13.59
$23.09
$36.94
$44.98
$26.93
$28.64
$40.00
$30.25
$24.70
$25.87
$27.28
$25.87
$33.20
$16.74
$14.29
$26.07
$20 85
$20.85
$37.86
$11.13
$11.49
$37.82
$32.75
$21.48
$13.57
$40.88
$24.83
$29.74
$55.13
$23.41
$27.66
$30.83
$13.75
$10.61
$17.57
$35.11
$15.63
$19.03
$11.86
$17.68
$24.79
$11.64

$27.43
$26.47
$11.95
$13.65
$21.96
$11.60
$29.66
$63.41
$13.31
$22.15
$17.95
$16.88
$14.39
$91.69
$16.36
$26.85
$42.50
$62.71
$30.79
$31.63
$46.05
$34.10
$27.25
$25.88
$27.54
$25.88
$37.34
$18.11
$17.31
$32.41
$23 53
$23.53
$41.31
$16.68
$14.70
$42.93
$48.06
$31.89
$19.48
$43.99
$32.54
$39.23
$60.91
$31.86
$32.98
$39.10
$15.82
$16.56
$21.36
$42.50
$18.65
$22.36
$15.92
$21.51
$27.92
$15.03

$49,577
$47,173
$23,600
$25,670
$40,062
$23,220
$46,806
$114,237
$24,325
$40,405
$33,520
$29,003
$26,750
$201,418
$28,463
$50,026
$76,273
$110,134
$56,004
$61,801
$87,553
$59,146
$50,977
$49,082
$53,211
$44,629
$70,144
$32,665
$32,870
$58,948
$44 685
$44,685
$73,625
$27,309
$31,166
$74,658
$78,690
$49,688
$32,076
$83,059
$57,267
$67,091
$120,176
$51,585
$57,289
$56,965
$29,028
$29,250
$35,834
$75,030
$34,751
$39,660
$30,167
$37,224
$46,256
$27,384

$61.12
$31.11
$25.47
$49.27

$44.12
$16.02
$14.06
$33.07

$56.08
$24.94
$21.02
$48.66

$70.67
$34.87
$28.12
$56.63

$18.07

$14.75

$17.95

$21.35

$127,131
$64,698
$52,979
$102,472
$61,631
$37,584

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 27

SOC
Code

Bremerton-Silverdale, WA MSA
Occupational Title

41-3031
33-9032
25-3021
51-6031
47-2211
43-5071
39-5094
11-9151
21-1093
19-3099
21-1029
25-2052
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
43-5081
21-1011
25-3098
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
47-2082
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
27 3042
27-3042
49-2022
43-3071
49-3093
11-3131
13-1151
11-3071
53-1031
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
51-4121
13-1022
51-7042
43-9022
27-3043
19-1023

Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Skin Care Specialists
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tapers
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Tech Writers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Tellers
Tire Repairers & Changers
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Word Processors & Typists
Writers & Authors
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
45
654
190
49
205
349
15
97
247
30
30
109
42
32
60
88
843
64
593
41
47
56
158
26
81
20
1,056
166
18
53
433
113
11
45
28
111
369
218
107
50
93
87
192
1,291
78
72
436
48
19
18
14
54

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$16.31
$17.90
$11.71
$32.28
$19.58
$20.01
$32.82
$12.55
$37.25
$27.70

$11.37
$11.94
$9.47
$27.67
$14.89
$13.96
$28.07
$10.31
$30.42
$21.40

$14.67
$17.27
$10.42
$30.97
$21.11
$20.08
$32.53
$11.46
$36.82
$31.09

$20.82
$23.73
$13.56
$38.09
$23.87
$22.31
$36.32
$14.28
$42.93
$34.43

$31.53
$13.90
$17.30
$16.49
$23.47
$28.06
$32.23
$11.61
$12.82
$31.59
$16.46
$15.43

$28.37
$9.97
$10.55
$15.62
$19.67
$21.20
$27.36
$10.33
$11.37
$30.73
$10.89
$10.86

$32.34
$11.72
$16.22
$16.77
$24.50
$26.39
$31.69
$11.09
$12.80
$32.84
$14.62
$11.90

$35.37
$16.88
$23.16
$17.90
$27.24
$35.55
$36.73
$11.84
$14.18
$34.94
$17.80
$21.36

$19.05
$33 30
$33.30
$27.60
$13.42
$12.93
$41.58
$30.78
$49.02
$32.46
$21.20
$16.82
$35.91
$42.76
$11.67
$16.95
$23.09
$13.03
$27.71
$36.45
$27.82
$24.69
$16.65
$20.67
$26.41
$35.93

$14.60
$25 38
$25.38
$25.53
$11.47
$10.88
$37.56
$21.91
$38.61
$28.51
$17.26
$10.70
$30.28
$36.74
$10.06
$15.50
$17.13
$9.33
$24.14
$24.72
$22.65
$16.74
$13.81
$16.31
$15.69
$25.78

$17.38
$32 00
$32.00
$27.38
$13.17
$12.22
$41.46
$30.03
$45.09
$35.55
$21.96
$16.27
$34.75
$42.39
$11.31
$16.96
$18.89
$12.24
$28.52
$28.80
$30.25
$21.48
$16.53
$19.53
$26.05
$33.77

$24.68
$41 05
$41.05
$29.28
$14.79
$14.06
$45.36
$40.93
$52.24
$39.50
$25.89
$22.03
$40.68
$49.14
$13.16
$18.43
$29.49
$14.45
$32.13
$57.95
$31.52
$27.52
$19.19
$23.60
$34.67
$45.35

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 28

Annual
Wage
$33,924
$37,227
$24,360
$67,140
$40,744
$41,613
$68,274
$26,106
$77,476
$57,631
$61,100
$61,513
$60,392
$61,060
$65,597
$28,901
$35,990
$34,312
$48,804
$58,364
$67,050
$24,138
$26,662
$65,698
$34,223
$32,095
$31,506
$76,458
$39,614
$69 253
$69,253
$57,395
$27,914
$26,894
$86,502
$64,034
$101,957
$67,514
$44,107
$34,971
$74,691
$88,931
$24,265
$35,262
$48,021
$27,097
$57,638
$75,808
$57,866
$51,348
$34,627
$42,999
$54,920
$74,737

Kennewick-Richland-Pasco, WA MSA
2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Benton and Franklin Counties

SOC
Code

Kennewick-Richland-Pasco, WA MSA
Occupational Title

13-2011
11-3011
41-3011
19-4011
45-2091
45-2011
49-3011
39-3091
17-1011
17-3011
51-2099
49-3021
49-3022
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
43-3031
47-3011
47-2021
27-4012
43-4011
13-2031
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
13-1199
51-3021
51-7011
47-2031
47-2041
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
17-2041
19-4031
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
51-9192
21-2011
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
35-3021
53-2012
21-1099
11-3111

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Agricultural & Food Science Technicians
Agricultural Equipment Operators
Agricultural Inspectors
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Glass Installers & Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Brick/Block/Stonemason & Tile/Marble Setter Helpers
Brickmasons & Blockmasons
Broadcast Technicians
Brokerage Clerks
Budget Analysts
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Carpenters
Carpet Installers
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Engineers
Chemical Technicians
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Cleaning/Washing/Metal Pickling Equipment Ops/Tenders
Clergy
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Commercial Pilots
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Compensation and Benefits Managers

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
628
171
57
115
253
12
175
78
89
40
95
483
174
215
109
300
1,342
27
53
26
12
25
194
360
785
66
729

2,170
135
56
144
169
717
107
379
183
99
50
247
207
15
34
303
21
3,025
13
25
12

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$31.51
$54.34
$25.12
$18.22
$14.43
$17.11
$22.48
$10.89
$41.72
$27.29
$11.65
$19.04
$13.11
$17.51
$12.00
$12.32
$17.94
$16.63
$18.15
$15.75
$30.00
$15.47
$23.19
$38.55
$23.63
$16.04
$20.59
$37.21
$15.94
$15.30
$19.43
$14.28
$33.64
$11.35
$18.74
$16.57
$49.82
$25.64
$43.77
$78.85
$10.40
$21.87
$25.39
$46.88
$30.93
$12.61
$13.82
$31.37
$30.71

$24.63
$40.59
$11.01
$15.88
$12.00
$12.92
$19.49
$9.34
$33.60
$22.13
$9.79
$14.12
$10.82
$13.53
$10.11
$9.46
$15.08
$13.94
$14.75
$13.97
$27.37
$12.27
$20.39
$29.96
$19.61
$15.39
$19.67
$26.52
$12.21
$12.15
$13.99
$12.21
$29.02
$9.35
$13.07
$12.96
$41.16
$18.38
$33.60
$49.47
$9.29
$17.66
$21.73
$35.39
$25.71
$9.98
$10.38
$26.40
$26.49

$29.32
$53.43
$19.18
$17.62
$13.97
$15.42
$22.62
$9.59
$41.37
$26.93
$11.36
$16.65
$12.80
$16.61
$11.18
$12.69
$17.89
$16.28
$17.65
$15.76
$30.77
$14.73
$23.68
$38.51
$22.70
$16.62
$21.04
$35.37
$16.29
$15.64
$16.95
$13.33
$33.19
$9.95
$16.25
$16.39
$51.13
$23.44
$42.74
$70.05
$9.45
$23.03
$25.40
$46.62
$30.98
$11.32
$11.96
$31.63
$29.26

$37.48
$64.31
$28.24
$20.12
$16.62
$20.57
$26.10
$11.43
$50.61
$32.50
$13.29
$20.94
$15.31
$19.70
$13.15
$14.10
$20.90
$18.59
$21.43
$17.48
$33.60
$17.50
$26.66
$45.04
$28.82
$17.86
$22.41
$45.76
$18.51
$17.78
$22.30
$14.44
$36.98
$11.88
$24.73
$20.11
$59.44
$34.36
$53.25
$91.22
$11.20
$26.06
$28.35
$57.33
$35.30
$13.70
$14.62
$35.07
$34.67

$13.62
$10.71

$12.68
$9.29

$13.53
$9.49

$14.37
$11.28

$25.16
$31.85

$20.05
$26.56

$24.84
$29.42

$29.52
$36.94

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 29

Annual
Wage
$65,542
$113,042
$52,235
$37,897
$29,997
$35,586
$46,746
$22,651
$86,775
$56,767
$24,229
$39,601
$27,268
$36,413
$24,963
$25,614
$37,321
$34,603
$37,760
$32,762
$62,409
$32,181
$48,234
$80,192
$49,145
$33,379
$42,833
$77,396
$33,144
$31,818
$40,428
$29,703
$69,969
$23,605
$38,971
$34,464
$103,623
$53,318
$91,045
$164,014
$21,633
$45,504
$52,823
$97,509
$64,351
$26,220
$28,750
$65,257
$63,887
$32,302
$28,319
$22,274
$60,249
$52,341
$66,257

SOC
Code

Kennewick-Richland-Pasco, WA MSA
Occupational Title

13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1143
15-1152
15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
15-1132
15-1133
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
19-1031
47-4011
47-4099
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
49-9012
35-2019
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
51-9193
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
43 4031
43-4031
53-7021
13-2041
43-4041
43-4051
51-9032
43-9021
15-1141
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
33-3021
29-2032
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
17-3019
53-3031
47-2081
47-5021
27-3041
11-9031
11-9032
11-9033
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023
51-2022
17-3012
17-2071

Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction & Related Wkrs, All Other
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cooling & Freezing Equipment Operators & Tenders
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court Municipal,
Court,
Municipal & License Clerks
Crane & Tower Operators
Credit Analysts
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, & Clerks
Customer Svc Reps
Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Drafters, All Other
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Earth Drillers, Not Oil & Gas
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical & Electronics Drafters
Electrical Engineers

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
24
195
156
47
81
95
34
358
73
272
368
60
11
120
874
225
781
25
57
258
272
595
74
277
551
341
133
48
43
16
996
99
39
41
351
189
22
99
29
41
42
325
314
109
25
127
104

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$27.20
$33.34
$62.52
$43.02
$29.13
$35.32
$25.70
$42.46
$43.76
$41.01
$24.41
$41.72
$18.68
$26.09
$31.49
$30.89
$20.22
$56.57
$30.98
$23.47
$11.48
$10.06
$12.81
$11.82
$11.94
$15.27
$33.84
$12.61
$10.22
$14.40
$19 79
$19.79
$28.21
$35.30
$15.89
$14.36
$11.39
$15.19
$41.33
$18.86
$46.62
$18.94
$99.32
$39.48
$35.70
$27.52
$9.88
$9.94
$17.66
$26.82
$16.44
$23.47
$24.10

$23.58
$25.41
$50.25
$36.78
$22.56
$31.48
$15.62
$26.80
$33.27
$31.37
$20.01
$33.73
$12.67
$23.90
$25.92
$18.07
$12.97
$42.27
$24.35
$18.43
$10.23
$9.31
$10.87
$9.72
$10.57
$11.49
$22.00
$9.57
$9.32
$11.57
$16 38
$16.38
$25.69
$29.69
$13.23
$11.03
$9.30
$11.99
$31.78
$14.35
$40.77
$15.61
$69.39
$26.69
$31.93
$24.56
$9.26
$9.30
$11.72
$20.96
$11.58
$20.26
$21.02

$26.70
$30.96
$61.24
$42.47
$26.32
$35.49
$18.93
$35.83
$41.07
$41.66
$23.04
$40.09
$16.81
$25.43
$30.85
$32.01
$16.41
$55.12
$30.06
$21.43
$11.02
$9.64
$12.47
$11.38
$12.07
$15.70
$32.82
$11.23
$9.48
$13.07
$19 97
$19.97
$27.69
$32.74
$14.56
$13.54
$9.43
$14.19
$40.72
$19.39
$44.68
$19.65
$91.29
$30.27
$34.68
$27.96
$9.37
$9.47
$15.37
$26.17
$16.48
$23.73
$24.81

$30.17
$39.15
$71.94
$49.33
$30.95
$42.00
$26.44
$46.72
$48.51
$50.41
$28.48
$49.06
$21.97
$27.74
$34.80
$42.30
$29.93
$68.70
$38.09
$26.42
$11.83
$10.77
$14.33
$13.51
$13.42
$18.39
$43.52
$14.45
$10.38
$14.43
$23 92
$23.92
$29.68
$35.73
$18.76
$17.12
$12.81
$18.30
$49.00
$22.31
$52.83
$22.18
$91.78
$58.05
$38.96
$32.12
$9.88
$10.50
$21.78
$31.99
$21.12
$27.21
$27.47

$56,579
$69,355
$130,030
$89,483
$60,598
$73,447
$53,446
$88,318
$91,010
$85,303
$50,776
$86,775
$38,869
$54,277
$65,487
$64,249
$42,062
$117,648
$64,434
$48,818
$23,882
$20,923
$26,647
$24,581
$24,840
$31,765
$70,400
$26,226
$21,265
$29,963
$41 166
$41,166
$58,691
$73,429
$33,058
$29,883
$23,681
$31,600
$85,967
$39,209
$96,962
$39,399
$206,585
$82,125
$74,248
$57,233
$20,554
$20,666
$36,733
$55,792
$34,194
$48,817
$50,116

$26.48

$18.17

$21.77

$38.66

$43.95
$17.19
$28.20
$34.76
$16.25
$27.68
$47.38

$29.70
$11.98
$21.92
$30.19
$12.30
$24.30
$36.58

$41.39
$14.27
$28.83
$35.41
$15.95
$26.46
$49.12

$53.64
$21.59
$33.96
$41.54
$20.66
$28.63
$56.53

$55,088
$99,333
$91,411
$35,749
$58,665
$72,298
$33,813
$57,574
$98,551

28
190
48
76
178
177
90
25
229

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 30

SOC
Code

Kennewick-Richland-Pasco, WA MSA
Occupational Title

49-9051
47-2111
17-3024
49-2097
17-2072
25-2021
43-4061
11-9161
29-2041
13-1071
11-9041
17-3029
17-2199
17-3025
17-2081
19-2041
53-7032
43-6011
51-9041
29-1062
49-3041
11-9013
45-1011
45-2092
45-2093
43-4071
13-2051
43-3099
11-3031
13-2099
33 2011
33-2011
33-1021
39-9031
27-1023
51-3092
51-3093
35-1012
35-2021
19-1012
35-3041
11-9051
13-1131
39-4021
43-3041
39-3011
39-1011
33-9031
11-1021
19-2042
45-2041
27-1024
39-5012
47-4041
17-2111
21-1091
29-2099
31-9099
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
31-1011
35-9031

Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electricians
Electro-Mechanical Technicians
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Install/Repair
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Management Directors
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other
Environmental Engineering Technicians
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Excavating & Loading Machine & Dragline Operators
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Extrude/Form/Press/Compact Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Family & General Practitioners
Farm Equipment Mechanics
Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
File Clerks
Financial Analysts
Financial Clerks, All Other
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Cooking Machine Operators & Tenders
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Scientists & Technologists
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Fundraisers
Funeral Attendants
Gaming Cage Wkrs
Gaming Dealers
Gaming Supervisors
Gaming Surveillance Officers & Gaming Investigators
General & Operations Mgrs
Geoscientists, Not Hydrologists & Geographers
Graders & Sorters, Agricultural Products
Graphic Designers
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Hazardous Materials Removal Wkrs
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
115
612
10
20
100
1,212
75
10
78
266
604
183
385
82
229
548
17
376
16
32
86
11
86
906
29
82
49
40
281
34
109
38
326
14
178
48
633
348
71
167
95
29
35
21
233
23
22
996
82
475
96
453
288
250
38
106
157
176
101
81
279
202

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$40.23
$30.66
$25.42
$20.73
$45.60

$38.63
$23.01
$19.44
$13.35
$30.61

$40.39
$29.04
$23.79
$24.51
$48.32

$43.78
$40.24
$32.92
$27.29
$56.99

$20.81
$46.94
$24.80
$29.73
$65.30
$26.39
$50.70
$30.89
$49.42
$49.74
$36.16
$25.23
$11.83
$97.11
$19.21
$49.20
$25.78
$11.67
$16.15
$15.31
$35.94
$17.02
$50.46
$25.66
$24 50
$24.50
$39.27
$19.48
$12.38
$13.39
$16.34
$14.91
$11.71
$20.60
$10.40
$22.29
$21.76
$10.72
$10.56
$14.19
$15.35
$11.39
$59.09
$41.43
$9.78
$24.20
$12.46
$27.31
$46.66
$17.70
$26.14
$18.79
$22.60
$20.88
$21.69
$10.93
$9.88

$19.85
$41.11
$14.47
$21.50
$54.45
$17.06
$41.96
$28.84
$37.96
$40.26
$30.03
$20.95
$10.43
$78.37
$13.50
$37.92
$19.18
$9.39
$13.53
$12.13
$27.08
$13.40
$39.57
$20.53
$20 15
$20.15
$33.35
$13.82
$9.61
$11.07
$15.26
$11.94
$9.35
$16.98
$9.38
$19.05
$17.61
$10.06
$9.34
$12.39
$13.50
$10.35
$36.89
$28.68
$9.24
$16.43
$9.88
$20.43
$38.34
$13.82
$19.42
$14.22
$17.52
$14.94
$19.58
$10.11
$9.25

$22.47
$46.29
$23.53
$27.58
$63.53
$28.38
$51.83
$32.50
$48.08
$49.80
$34.48
$24.65
$11.37
$87.98
$19.13
$44.19
$26.57
$10.29
$17.14
$14.83
$32.94
$15.72
$49.75
$23.33
$26 50
$26.50
$38.80
$18.93
$11.38
$12.73
$16.60
$14.60
$10.55
$18.94
$9.82
$21.14
$21.68
$10.69
$9.50
$13.47
$15.83
$11.14
$50.86
$41.27
$9.34
$21.51
$11.11
$23.02
$47.02
$15.30
$26.49
$17.20
$21.42
$18.04
$20.90
$10.80
$9.36

$22.48
$53.62
$38.15
$37.92
$74.22
$35.24
$60.19
$35.26
$58.79
$59.56
$48.96
$28.67
$13.10
$91.64
$23.04
$63.09
$32.79
$11.62
$18.67
$18.40
$44.18
$19.10
$60.95
$28.82
$31 90
$31.90
$44.76
$24.11
$14.65
$14.69
$17.93
$17.42
$13.68
$22.34
$11.08
$23.26
$25.90
$11.32
$9.69
$14.55
$17.47
$12.06
$77.32
$52.13
$9.47
$32.83
$13.48
$37.66
$57.00
$18.71
$31.52
$21.26
$26.93
$27.70
$25.09
$11.48
$9.57

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 31

Annual
Wage
$83,668
$63,777
$52,876
$43,121
$94,852
$59,018
$43,297
$97,637
$51,584
$61,851
$135,838
$54,872
$105,458
$64,241
$102,776
$103,459
$75,218
$52,479
$24,624
$201,981
$39,957
$102,348
$53,633
$24,270
$33,587
$31,841
$74,750
$35,399
$104,957
$53,371
$50 966
$50,966
$81,675
$40,515
$25,739
$27,857
$33,994
$31,007
$24,357
$42,835
$21,639
$46,355
$45,258
$22,292
$21,965
$29,516
$31,946
$23,680
$122,919
$86,166
$20,343
$50,329
$25,910
$56,791
$97,059
$36,808
$54,372
$39,092
$47,012
$43,428
$45,133
$22,740
$20,536

SOC
Code

Kennewick-Richland-Pasco, WA MSA
Occupational Title

43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
19-2043
17-3026
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
15-1122
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
47-2132
41-3021
29-1063
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
23-1023
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43 6012
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
19-1099
33-9092
43-4131
13-2072
13-1081
53-7063
51-4041
29-2035
37-2012
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
13-1161
11-2021
31-9011
17-2131
51-3022
17-3013
17-3027
17-2141
49-1011
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022

Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Hydrologists
Industrial Engineering Technicians
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Information Security Analysts
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insulation Wkrs, Mechanical
Insurance Sales Agents
Internists, General
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Life Scientists, All Other
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Logisticians
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Massage Therapists
Materials Engineers
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineering Technicians
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
191
94
82
70
32
31
380
288
57
509
74
55
222
124
109
68
253
44
101
1,620
119
73
1,596
79
691
45
95
191
12
60
94
60
42
236
12
176
238
107
159
133
49
558
1,063
57
125
170
55
21
50
26
55
453
316
43
118
183
62

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$10.86
$16.66
$17.61
$50.49
$40.75
$33.50
$48.04
$22.41
$45.83
$14.56
$17.62
$43.39
$14.08
$11.92
$21.39
$24.28
$33.82
$17.80
$128.56
$18.90
$16.59
$12.34
$55.27

$9.47
$13.17
$14.30
$41.64
$32.89
$25.38
$39.93
$18.48
$34.74
$10.89
$13.57
$38.32
$10.10
$9.47
$16.68
$17.76
$30.48
$12.99
$91.23
$14.55
$14.39
$9.49
$46.05

$10.39
$16.25
$17.47
$51.19
$38.13
$33.38
$47.83
$21.26
$42.08
$13.71
$16.51
$44.35
$12.44
$10.52
$19.60
$22.81
$36.54
$15.36
$91.23
$19.64
$16.58
$10.85
$56.00

$11.66
$19.53
$20.70
$60.72
$50.09
$42.96
$56.00
$24.74
$56.25
$17.47
$20.88
$50.98
$14.80
$12.13
$22.99
$31.18
$41.02
$21.95
$91.23
$22.53
$18.65
$14.31
$66.71

$34.13
$13.86
$28.29
$13.53
$10.89
$42.49
$18 63
$18.63
$32.33

$24.68
$10.68
$24.73
$10.62
$9.41
$28.48
$16 47
$16.47
$24.22

$32.35
$12.90
$30.52
$12.37
$10.03
$35.99
$17 98
$17.98
$28.20

$41.13
$15.81
$33.48
$14.49
$11.58
$55.48
$20 26
$20.26
$31.59

$22,589
$34,649
$36,627
$105,028
$84,766
$69,687
$99,919
$46,609
$95,315
$30,276
$36,638
$90,250
$29,303
$24,809
$44,487
$50,495
$70,341
$37,011
$267,407
$39,312
$34,520
$25,657
$114,965
$53,791
$70,980
$28,830
$58,835
$28,145
$22,656
$88,380
$38 744
$38,744
$67,229

$31.42
$13.05
$18.25
$21.31
$28.78
$10.24
$17.58
$39.78
$38.17
$13.08
$22.85
$35.64
$10.05
$23.16
$18.97
$37.80
$28.07
$54.58
$25.24
$42.27
$11.91
$29.39
$29.79
$49.69
$31.51
$20.45
$26.64
$43.81
$25.09

$27.90
$10.62
$15.92
$19.62
$21.79
$9.35
$14.51
$30.05
$28.78
$10.61
$17.73
$31.63
$9.30
$14.77
$16.66
$25.36
$20.37
$42.12
$13.56
$33.64
$9.47
$22.13
$21.54
$38.80
$21.24
$16.95
$23.59
$33.81
$21.76

$31.92
$12.87
$17.48
$21.37
$26.06
$9.57
$16.99
$37.78
$36.19
$11.54
$21.71
$35.40
$9.48
$20.53
$18.93
$35.90
$25.08
$55.30
$28.91
$39.33
$10.87
$26.95
$29.77
$48.91
$30.98
$19.91
$26.48
$41.26
$25.51

$35.13
$14.74
$20.13
$23.11
$36.81
$10.90
$20.08
$46.70
$46.12
$15.24
$28.27
$40.88
$10.59
$27.95
$21.46
$48.87
$34.00
$69.42
$33.29
$49.13
$13.68
$38.10
$39.40
$58.39
$39.81
$22.86
$29.35
$51.94
$28.54

$65,357
$27,129
$37,957
$44,310
$59,849
$21,296
$36,566
$82,746
$79,398
$27,209
$47,534
$74,141
$20,901
$48,156
$39,460
$78,632
$58,387
$113,510
$52,494
$87,910
$24,757
$61,116
$61,969
$103,361
$65,538
$42,521
$55,403
$91,115
$52,178

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 32

SOC
Code

Kennewick-Richland-Pasco, WA MSA
Occupational Title

31-9092
31-9093
29-2071
19-1042
43-6013
31-9094
21-1014
27-1026
43-5041
11-9199
25-2022
49-9044
51-9023
49-3042
39-4031
49-3052
27-2042
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
17-2161
29-2033
19-4051
29-1171
31-1014
29-1064
29-9011
29-9012
31 2011
31-2011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
29-2081
29-1041
43-4151
31-1015
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
51-9122
23-2011
53-6021
41-2022
43-3051
29-1065
39-9021
13-2052
39-1021
37-3012
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
31-9097
27-4021
51-9151
29-1069

Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Scientists, Not Epidemiologists
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Millwrights
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors
Motorcycle Mechanics
Musicians & Singers
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nuclear Engineers
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Nuclear Technicians
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Obstetricians & Gynecologists
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Health & Safety Technicians
Occupational Therapist Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Opticians, Dispensing
Optometrists
Order Clerks
Orderlies
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Lot Attendants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Pediatricians, General
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, & Applicators, Vegetation
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Phlebotomists
Photographers
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
455
34
192
466

86
33
335
492
41
152
14
30
177
164
31
75
147
391
15
80
127
622
28
324
15
47
697
256
1,521
19
287
55
34
174
24
53
756
452
201

265
143
316
52
60
21
124
155
104
24
22
215

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$15.12
$15.28
$16.47
$52.40
$17.45
$19.41
$21.43
$12.20
$22.34
$63.67

$13.28
$13.71
$13.32
$21.74
$15.13
$16.12
$17.61
$10.13
$18.91
$54.75

$15.45
$15.86
$16.10
$36.34
$16.90
$18.29
$20.66
$11.58
$22.87
$63.77

$17.20
$17.37
$18.82
$68.51
$18.72
$22.15
$23.97
$13.75
$26.10
$72.14

$33.17
$15.61
$26.82
$24.99
$19.60
$37.61
$71.52
$36.84
$17.99
$11.60
$32.13
$50.69
$38.68

$31.69
$12.06
$24.58
$13.05
$18.05
$11.37
$55.37
$30.11
$16.35
$9.37
$26.04
$42.65
$34.47

$33.73
$15.54
$26.84
$21.15
$19.95
$49.83
$70.28
$35.59
$17.75
$10.26
$30.52
$51.27
$38.35

$35.76
$17.71
$29.15
$38.92
$21.69
$54.59
$84.86
$43.88
$19.34
$11.70
$35.10
$58.63
$43.16

$148,753
$76,611
$37,421
$24,134
$66,823
$105,443
$80,448

$47.86
$13.16
$121.36
$37.55
$32.80
$27 22
$27.22
$36.96
$25.72
$18.45
$14.84
$18.92
$30.92
$15.07
$77.64
$14.06
$13.91
$13.85
$12.99
$10.13
$24.40
$17.64
$17.77
$12.83
$14.72
$16.92
$81.75
$10.62
$63.75
$18.82
$16.79
$59.21
$12.28
$18.60
$13.95
$13.15
$14.34
$102.73

$41.43
$10.99
$91.39
$29.98
$28.23
$21 56
$21.56
$32.18
$18.22
$15.09
$11.40
$16.12
$25.72
$12.18
$48.11
$9.95
$12.62
$11.58
$10.66
$9.35
$18.21
$16.05
$13.64
$10.32
$11.16
$12.83
$76.64
$9.97
$31.38
$13.56
$12.97
$53.48
$9.99
$16.10
$12.56
$9.57
$12.45
$82.85

$46.92
$12.92
$91.68
$36.99
$33.00
$25 95
$25.95
$36.63
$24.41
$18.41
$14.04
$17.95
$29.21
$13.99
$64.96
$12.90
$13.51
$13.05
$12.37
$9.50
$23.78
$17.12
$15.65
$12.25
$13.54
$16.01
$82.43
$10.61
$47.19
$17.39
$14.86
$60.70
$12.42
$18.42
$13.59
$12.02
$14.49
$91.33

$54.70
$15.06
$91.97
$44.10
$37.46
$31 70
$31.70
$43.13
$30.45
$21.81
$17.34
$21.09
$36.48
$17.38
$91.23
$15.91
$14.40
$14.59
$14.42
$9.82
$31.91
$18.19
$20.94
$14.26
$17.44
$20.69
$88.22
$11.25
$87.72
$22.31
$20.93
$67.66
$14.02
$21.34
$14.62
$14.60
$16.53
$91.85

$99,550
$27,376
$252,445
$78,100
$68,238
$56 601
$56,601
$76,863
$53,483
$38,368
$30,861
$39,351
$64,319
$31,354
$161,484
$29,238
$28,914
$28,803
$27,018
$21,070
$50,760
$36,698
$36,957
$26,682
$30,635
$35,193
$170,045
$22,080
$132,607
$39,162
$34,933
$123,154
$25,536
$38,699
$29,016
$27,337
$29,823
$213,694

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 33

$31,452
$31,796
$34,252
$108,991
$36,287
$40,369
$44,562
$25,393
$46,472
$132,429
$59,230
$68,996
$32,467
$55,781
$51,972
$40,754

SOC
Code

Kennewick-Richland-Pasco, WA MSA
Occupational Title

31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
19-2012
47-2151
47-2161
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
25-2011
51-6021
51-5112
21-1092
43-3061
27-2012
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
27-3012
11-2031
27-3031
13-1023
11 3061
11-3061
49-2021
29-2034
41-9022
43-4171
39-9032
29-1125
49-3092
29-1141
21-1015
27-3022
29-1126
41-1011
41-2031
47-2181
41-9099
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
33-9032
25-3021
51-9012
47-4071
51-6031
47-2211
43-5071
39-5094
51-3023

Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Physicists
Pipelayers
Plasterers & Stucco Masons
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Pressers, Textile, Garment, & Related Materials
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Producers & Directors
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Address System & Other Announcers
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radio Mechanics
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Therapists
Recreational Vehicle Svc Technicians
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reporters & Correspondents
Respiratory Therapists
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Roofers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Septic Tank Svcrs & Sewer Pipe Cleaners
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Skin Care Specialists
Slaughterers & Meat Packers

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
47
34
144
47
241
91
84
394
81
393
36
191
51
215
16
56
95
39
11
315
86
315
140
85
46
54
13
26
120
425
93
24
132
77
928

66
1,544
114
25
44
1,020
4,026
103
65
114
282
695
141
649
1,488
67
487
99
202
30
17
317
261
27

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$11.93
$25.02
$43.39
$47.00
$50.32
$28.23
$18.08
$30.82
$45.04
$34.19
$24.50
$25.89
$22.99
$12.71
$9.65
$14.76
$24.64
$20.98
$16.10
$29.68
$20.94
$11.72
$23.01
$26.15
$31.13

$10.64
$22.35
$35.64
$39.86
$40.22
$24.22
$15.81
$22.01
$39.38
$30.43
$25.87
$24.36
$23.70
$10.35
$9.25
$9.78
$23.90
$17.86
$14.80
$18.45
$13.08
$10.11
$16.56
$20.42
$24.60

$11.74
$25.10
$41.13
$43.60
$50.14
$30.35
$17.23
$31.70
$45.80
$34.60
$25.88
$27.53
$25.83
$11.70
$9.33
$13.09
$24.78
$20.90
$16.52
$25.35
$16.23
$11.33
$22.49
$22.66
$31.10

$13.31
$27.73
$45.81
$51.43
$62.90
$33.66
$18.65
$36.79
$52.55
$40.43
$26.44
$27.54
$25.88
$14.17
$9.72
$17.53
$26.06
$23.95
$18.05
$37.39
$31.29
$13.14
$27.73
$27.10
$35.80

$24,814
$52,035
$90,254
$97,767
$104,666
$58,716
$37,606
$64,108
$93,674
$71,108
$50,958
$53,858
$47,816
$26,431
$20,071
$30,706
$51,263
$43,637
$33,488
$61,737
$43,558
$24,383
$47,854
$54,385
$64,746

$23.13
$52.13
$33.95
$35.40
$58 31
$58.31
$19.69
$26.25
$30.68
$13.08
$11.46
$14.25
$19.41
$32.99
$20.74
$13.90
$28.34
$20.22
$12.33
$20.54
$16.41
$48.91
$22.87
$25.64
$35.92

$14.72
$42.69
$23.31
$27.07
$50 09
$50.09
$16.35
$23.24
$13.54
$11.32
$9.31
$10.73
$16.20
$27.21
$16.70
$12.31
$25.53
$14.79
$9.57
$17.16
$10.94
$32.38
$16.26
$14.45
$17.83

$21.86
$53.56
$33.80
$33.69
$58 40
$58.40
$18.87
$26.49
$29.44
$12.99
$9.47
$11.84
$18.74
$31.72
$20.73
$13.52
$28.37
$18.17
$10.83
$20.82
$13.39
$44.20
$19.59
$22.36
$32.97

$26.06
$62.62
$43.53
$43.73
$67 89
$67.89
$22.20
$29.53
$41.77
$14.48
$11.02
$14.58
$22.16
$37.71
$24.79
$14.73
$32.06
$23.41
$13.11
$23.68
$23.82
$58.41
$23.49
$35.77
$52.06

$17.64
$26.09
$17.78
$17.17
$16.58
$15.11
$11.00
$26.21
$15.54
$13.64
$12.97

$14.56
$18.46
$10.67
$13.41
$11.25
$12.99
$10.14
$17.09
$11.77
$9.28
$10.60

$17.37
$22.96
$17.06
$16.47
$14.17
$14.18
$10.84
$29.15
$15.09
$9.56
$11.85

$20.90
$29.93
$25.02
$18.98
$21.27
$16.77
$11.55
$33.94
$17.97
$16.88
$15.64

$48,106
$108,423
$70,612
$73,633
$121 282
$121,282
$40,962
$54,598
$63,801
$27,197
$23,828
$29,637
$40,388
$68,636
$43,133
$28,912
$58,961
$42,054
$25,639
$42,737
$34,131
$101,722
$47,566
$53,334
$74,720
$61,507
$36,682
$54,284
$36,997
$35,724
$34,482
$31,439
$22,877
$54,510
$32,327
$28,386
$26,981

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 34

SOC
Code

Kennewick-Richland-Pasco, WA MSA
Occupational Title

11-9151
21-1093
19-3099
21-1029
19-1013
25-2052
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
15-2041
43-5081
21-1011
25-3098
29-1067
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
51-6052
47-2082
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
27-3042
49-2022
49-9052
41 9041
41-9041
43-3071
47-2044
49-3093
23-2093
11-3131
13-1151
33-9093
11-3071
53-1031
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
13-1022
19-1023

Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Soil & Plant Scientists
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Statisticians
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tailors, Dressmakers, & Custom Sewers
Tapers
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Tech Writers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telecommunications Line Installers & Repairers
Telemarketers
Tellers
Tile & Marble Setters
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation Security Screeners
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
78
280
25
80
121
63
24
81
54
34
1,138
703

25
54
54
74
96
74
1,511
250
47
99

265
117
16
32
173
42
44
175
875
636
63
39
53
38
181
117
1,243
64
29
101
201
30

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$30.59
$14.08
$42.28
$16.18
$30.31

$21.74
$10.88
$30.11
$11.17
$18.31

$28.20
$13.36
$37.45
$15.47
$27.18

$37.90
$16.92
$56.27
$17.88
$39.97

$34.79
$29.48
$13.99
$20.15
$15.59
$128.56
$22.62
$22.53
$32.55
$11.06
$15.39
$12.53
$21.36
$16.84
$11.53

$29.45
$24.78
$9.86
$14.82
$14.19
$91.23
$19.63
$19.67
$25.65
$9.53
$12.01
$10.69
$17.09
$13.23
$10.01

$33.42
$28.74
$11.96
$19.45
$15.76
$91.23
$22.91
$22.28
$32.28
$10.26
$14.89
$12.06
$19.99
$15.78
$11.27

$37.29
$29.59
$16.40
$23.42
$17.28
$91.23
$26.46
$25.68
$40.62
$11.91
$17.58
$14.11
$25.42
$19.58
$13.05

$12.05
$35.65
$18.55
$22.59
$12 67
$12.67
$13.32
$21.74
$11.79
$18.56
$55.14
$37.82
$16.20
$42.86
$25.60
$17.58
$12.92
$34.04
$54.02
$11.67
$17.30
$25.72

$10.07
$26.69
$12.94
$20.03
$10 03
$10.03
$11.56
$17.04
$9.60
$16.39
$46.12
$27.98
$14.17
$32.59
$19.61
$13.97
$9.47
$27.61
$39.96
$10.22
$15.81
$15.90

$11.37
$36.35
$14.20
$22.31
$11 29
$11.29
$13.19
$19.79
$10.63
$18.94
$53.49
$39.65
$14.39
$39.71
$25.07
$16.79
$11.25
$33.95
$52.51
$11.46
$17.19
$22.15

$13.60
$44.11
$22.09
$25.76
$13 75
$13.75
$14.66
$26.22
$12.27
$21.22
$65.33
$49.43
$17.99
$55.20
$32.28
$20.65
$14.91
$40.92
$70.28
$13.09
$18.57
$34.26

$11.68
$23.15
$24.12
$13.83
$19.49
$25.45
$30.82

$9.31
$20.49
$16.90
$12.28
$16.04
$19.94
$21.98

$10.02
$23.25
$20.40
$13.67
$17.88
$25.35
$27.37

$13.36
$26.42
$31.25
$15.08
$21.78
$28.54
$36.37

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 35

Annual
Wage
$63,630
$29,285
$87,952
$33,645
$63,043
$57,239
$56,359
$61,538
$60,613
$72,352
$61,307
$29,099
$41,906
$32,429
$267,407
$47,057
$46,873
$67,693
$23,007
$32,010
$26,061
$44,421
$35,030
$23,983
$27,479
$41,110
$25,068
$74,154
$38,590
$46,977
$26 363
$26,363
$27,713
$45,227
$24,521
$38,614
$114,689
$78,681
$33,708
$89,143
$53,242
$36,574
$26,873
$70,791
$112,364
$24,269
$35,982
$53,487
$59,966
$24,303
$48,163
$50,179
$28,766
$40,541
$52,932
$64,096

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 36

Lewiston, ID-Clarkston, WA MSA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Nez Pierce, ID and Asotin, WA Counties
SOC
Code

Lewiston-Clarkston, ID-WA MSA
Occupational Title

13-2011
11-3011
41-3011
39-3091
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
19-4021
43-3031
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
51-7011
47-2031
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
35-3021
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1152
15-1131
15-1151
49-2011
47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
49-9012
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
33-3012
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-4031
53-7021
43-4051
43-9021
15-1141
31-9091

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Carpenters
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Programmers
Computer Support Specialists
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Crane & Tower Operators
Customer Svc Reps
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Dental Assistants

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
157
55
19
20
31
145
43
191
38
105
32
367
49
63
26
11
117
814
33
37
30
252
93
30
25
20
61
35
44
440
19
41
20
18
31
73
13
12
142
24
66
36
254
81
149
41
37
64
311
44
28
283
13
12
50

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$29.47
$27.57
$16.48
$9.26
$18.42
$21.80
$16.02
$9.95
$15.81
$16.08
$14.93
$16.15
$20.70
$15.41
$14.60
$16.88
$17.73
$10.58
$17.55
$12.17
$41.19
$8.44
$17.58
$22.78
$33.11
$26.48
$10.71
$32.44

$21.11
$17.52
$12.34
$8.33
$13.73
$15.75
$13.00
$8.18
$13.14
$13.80
$12.62
$13.00
$15.02
$12.88
$13.26
$13.83
$15.70
$8.46
$12.55
$9.87
$8.65
$8.06
$13.15
$20.23
$27.75
$15.38
$8.90
$19.52

$27.29
$21.72
$13.92
$9.18
$19.20
$18.80
$16.22
$8.93
$14.36
$16.07
$14.50
$16.36
$20.31
$16.28
$14.43
$16.75
$17.31
$9.30
$17.22
$11.34
$43.01
$8.61
$15.82
$23.00
$33.65
$27.89
$10.34
$26.03

$32.67
$35.16
$20.34
$9.74
$21.85
$22.79
$18.91
$9.89
$16.57
$18.07
$16.75
$18.63
$25.48
$18.69
$15.79
$20.02
$19.22
$11.47
$21.28
$13.79
$56.75
$9.17
$20.89
$25.64
$40.50
$34.53
$11.70
$32.69

$15.71
$9.75
$26.24
$24.09
$42.14
$24.45
$29.28
$18.26
$18.02
$24.15
$14.94
$42.25
$26.46
$18.84
$8.46
$11.20
$10.91
$17.03
$31.42
$15.38
$9.79
$17.43
$18.85
$14.52
$14.32
$24.08
$17.76

$12.00
$8.69
$20.96
$15.84
$31.67
$19.11
$21.65
$14.35
$12.35
$20.87
$11.93
$27.63
$20.29
$15.51
$8.11
$9.65
$9.61
$15.01
$24.66
$9.63
$9.15
$14.19
$14.80
$10.04
$10.95
$18.37
$13.41

$14.50
$9.33
$25.31
$19.65
$36.73
$22.20
$26.83
$17.48
$16.33
$21.92
$13.97
$37.15
$24.34
$19.04
$8.77
$10.89
$10.83
$17.09
$29.87
$12.85
$9.37
$17.31
$19.83
$13.82
$13.74
$21.74
$16.77

$17.47
$10.61
$30.08
$31.68
$43.27
$31.98
$37.65
$22.27
$24.62
$28.72
$17.88
$48.25
$31.44
$21.89
$9.26
$13.15
$12.38
$19.50
$37.44
$20.84
$10.38
$20.61
$21.88
$18.88
$17.70
$28.19
$22.71

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 37

Annual
Wage
$61,289
$57,351
$34,264
$19,258
$38,323
$45,340
$33,329
$20,697
$32,894
$33,439
$31,061
$33,582
$43,067
$32,052
$30,375
$35,116
$36,870
$22,011
$36,524
$25,306
$85,667
$17,551
$36,566
$47,371
$68,862
$55,078
$22,291
$67,463
$35,134
$32,691
$20,271
$54,580
$50,105
$87,651
$50,845
$60,913
$37,963
$37,465
$50,232
$31,069
$87,890
$55,031
$39,170
$17,596
$23,306
$22,684
$35,437
$65,349
$31,984
$20,358
$36,238
$39,221
$30,198
$29,800
$50,100
$36,943

SOC
Code

Lewiston-Clarkston, ID-WA MSA
Occupational Title

29-2021
33-3021
35-9021
43-5032
53-3031
47-2081
11-9031
11-9032
21-1012
49-2092
49-9051
49-2094
47-2111
25-2021
43-4061
13-1071
11-9041
43-6011
45-4021
29-1062
43-4071
11-3031
33-1021
35-1012
35-2021
35-3041
11-9051
11-1021
27-1024
39-5012
17-2111
31-9099
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
31-1011
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
43-9041
41-3021
43-4111
37-2011
23-1023
25-2012
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
43-4131

Dental Hygienists
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electric Motor, Power Tool, & Related Repairers
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electricians
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Fallers
Family & General Practitioners
File Clerks
Financial Mgrs
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
General & Operations Mgrs
Graphic Designers
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
Home Health Aides
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Loan Interviewers & Clerks

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
42
12
147
20
195
17
12
41
29
16
33
25
157
225
30
29
41
54
14
26
15
70
17
170
57
37
25
365
15
62
19
33
23
18
59
204
35
18
23
10
45
90
63
28
19
33
58
47
379
22
128
18
108
32
50
35
18
39
130
26

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$36.25
$26.41
$8.81
$17.52
$13.15
$19.64
$23.62

$32.39
$25.18
$8.21
$13.28
$8.61
$19.08
$16.04

$36.94
$26.94
$8.91
$14.90
$9.86
$20.93
$17.44

$41.47
$28.69
$9.58
$19.58
$16.43
$22.78
$36.53

$24.17
$19.89
$41.38
$30.75

$20.38
$12.47
$39.21
$25.39

$23.75
$18.72
$42.46
$28.55

$28.60
$27.56
$45.70
$34.92

$75,400
$54,928
$18,316
$36,436
$27,349
$40,868
$49,131
$99,070
$50,260
$41,372
$86,071
$63,960

$19.73
$24.16
$44.99
$21.47
$26.75
$91.65
$10.84
$37.60
$32.15
$12.89
$9.57
$10.04
$16.46
$36.20
$17.21
$9.78
$22.58
$13.78
$18.69
$18.51
$18.01
$11.02
$9.12
$18.61
$19.30
$36.57
$23.25
$30.26
$14.21
$17.46
$10.15
$20.51
$19.07
$30.84

$16.26
$20.05
$34.90
$17.17
$23.52
$53.22
$8.89
$25.80
$26.68
$10.29
$8.47
$8.55
$14.45
$21.41
$12.95
$8.39
$20.60
$11.15
$14.01
$14.81
$15.23
$10.02
$8.40
$14.57
$15.46
$31.00
$19.25
$23.14
$10.10
$15.63
$8.51
$14.33
$15.56
$17.36

$20.90
$22.93
$40.55
$20.86
$28.18
$90.73
$9.79
$35.50
$29.56
$12.02
$9.37
$9.87
$16.41
$33.13
$14.68
$9.29
$21.85
$13.04
$17.46
$18.74
$17.96
$10.93
$9.22
$17.87
$18.67
$35.85
$22.08
$27.51
$14.45
$17.12
$9.41
$22.48
$17.46
$21.09

$22.48
$27.80
$55.78
$24.99
$32.06
$91.23
$12.69
$44.02
$35.47
$15.16
$10.74
$11.39
$18.07
$44.53
$20.99
$11.22
$23.11
$15.77
$24.68
$21.73
$19.83
$11.96
$10.24
$21.77
$22.76
$42.33
$26.68
$39.39
$17.78
$18.60
$10.82
$25.59
$19.82
$28.67

$50,846
$41,032
$50,255
$93,565
$44,659
$55,639
$190,649
$22,546
$78,216
$66,885
$26,826
$19,918
$20,890
$34,235
$75,293
$35,811
$20,331
$46,971
$28,668
$38,874
$38,502
$37,469
$22,934
$18,976
$38,711
$40,152
$76,061
$48,359
$62,946
$29,571
$36,319
$21,112
$42,658
$39,655
$64,151

$11.78
$40.34

$8.34
$25.90

$11.03
$36.67

$14.22
$52.76

$12.48
$15.75
$14.25
$10.81
$47.20
$17.82
$23.53
$11.35
$12.46
$18.59
$18.00

$9.54
$11.76
$10.91
$9.89
$30.69
$13.89
$17.51
$9.29
$10.60
$16.07
$15.88

$12.65
$14.08
$12.82
$10.75
$39.04
$18.27
$24.53
$10.89
$12.12
$17.91
$17.65

$15.02
$17.80
$14.21
$11.62
$52.25
$21.59
$28.30
$13.37
$13.95
$20.69
$20.05

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 38

$24,498
$83,922
$46,342
$25,961
$32,754
$29,646
$22,496
$98,169
$37,075
$48,931
$23,615
$25,904
$38,676
$37,454

SOC
Code

Lewiston-Clarkston, ID-WA MSA
Occupational Title

13-2072
45-4022
51-4041
37-2012
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
13-1161
17-2141
49-1011
29-2012
11-9111
21-1022
31-9092
31-9093
29-2071
43-6013
31-9094
21-1023
21-1014
11-9199
25-2022
49-9044
51-9023
49-3042
15-1142
39-2021
41-1012
29-1171
31-1014
29-1122
43-1011
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
29-2081
43-4151
53-7064
47-2141
23-2011
41-2022
43-3051
39-9021
39-1021
37-3012
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
47-2151
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
25-2011
43-3061

Loan Officers
Logging Equipment Operators
Machinists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Market Research Analysts
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Millwrights
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Opticians, Dispensing
Order Clerks
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, & Applicators, Vegetation
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Pipelayers
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Procurement Clerks

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
95
74
58
113
218
27
46
118
25
68
49
93
35
34
149
82
14
15
32

31
36
39
16
641
12
214
536
24
60
12
15
37
27
27
58
51
34
26
10
77
13
84
17
19
37
21
58
57

37
15
56
14
76
20

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$29.50
$32.35

$20.79
$24.48

$27.31
$27.61

$35.58
$40.66

$61,354
$67,295

$9.37
$17.56
$18.59
$29.68
$22.54
$42.46
$27.93
$19.64
$35.48
$24.80
$13.75
$14.19
$18.02
$15.14
$16.11
$23.82
$21.03
$29.00

$8.31
$13.15
$10.63
$21.89
$19.80
$32.13
$20.25
$17.07
$24.46
$19.03
$12.24
$11.82
$13.83
$13.07
$13.84
$17.75
$16.76
$22.43

$9.15
$16.83
$17.30
$24.89
$21.25
$36.74
$26.84
$20.19
$30.88
$22.62
$13.58
$13.86
$17.22
$14.78
$15.89
$21.34
$21.23
$25.96

$10.47
$21.38
$21.32
$34.87
$22.69
$48.67
$35.15
$22.49
$47.77
$27.42
$14.93
$16.47
$20.94
$17.08
$17.77
$31.64
$25.70
$30.24

$24.57
$15.00
$23.08
$26.05
$9.45
$26.75
$41.04
$10.97
$37.94
$21.08
$13.92
$12.66
$21.90
$20.35
$17.58
$9.53
$14.15
$18.76
$15.01
$21.04
$9.33
$15.97
$14.63
$52.63
$13.33
$15.86
$16.66
$110.96
$11.11
$18.83
$36.30
$49.58
$21.81
$19.51
$31.33
$23.61
$23.07
$25.49
$19.77
$13.84
$17.37

$20.13
$10.56
$20.48
$21.81
$9.24
$21.27
$32.65
$9.85
$32.45
$16.50
$11.55
$9.73
$19.68
$13.63
$13.14
$8.31
$11.93
$15.17
$11.03
$17.26
$8.39
$11.31
$12.77
$49.90
$12.23
$12.90
$11.62
$82.71
$9.24
$12.52
$30.08
$39.09
$15.50
$13.45
$26.73
$20.78
$22.39
$24.78
$11.72
$11.80
$14.51

$22.15
$14.83
$24.04
$24.48
$9.37
$26.02
$40.00
$10.89
$36.36
$19.35
$13.55
$13.03
$21.64
$23.81
$16.90
$9.17
$14.47
$17.66
$14.33
$20.97
$9.22
$15.12
$13.83
$53.63
$13.32
$15.70
$19.00
$91.52
$11.33
$19.91
$36.87
$48.73
$23.14
$17.77
$31.96
$25.17
$25.55
$27.53
$23.26
$13.11
$17.20

$30.78
$18.42
$27.03
$28.93
$9.51
$29.49
$48.84
$11.79
$44.22
$25.13
$15.53
$15.09
$23.87
$26.73
$22.27
$9.40
$16.61
$21.95
$18.54
$24.46
$10.25
$20.65
$15.66
$57.36
$14.40
$19.86
$21.23
$91.92
$13.21
$25.06
$43.65
$63.11
$26.74
$22.72
$33.27
$28.40
$25.88
$27.54
$25.87
$14.41
$20.17

$19,489
$36,515
$38,668
$61,744
$46,874
$88,310
$58,086
$40,865
$73,809
$51,582
$28,616
$29,513
$37,489
$31,490
$33,505
$49,551
$43,741
$60,303
$48,196
$51,122
$31,196
$48,010
$54,177
$19,660
$55,644
$85,372
$22,813
$78,926
$43,861
$28,948
$26,335
$45,546
$42,330
$36,565
$19,829
$29,445
$39,035
$31,207
$43,769
$19,410
$33,225
$30,436
$109,466
$27,719
$32,993
$34,651
$230,797
$23,117
$39,177
$75,505
$103,124
$45,373
$40,588
$65,167
$49,124
$47,997
$53,024
$41,121
$28,769
$36,135

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 39

SOC
Code

Lewiston-Clarkston, ID-WA MSA
Occupational Title

51-1011
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-9099
11-2031
27-3031
13-1023
27-3011
29-2034
43-4171
39-9032
49-3092
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
41-1011
41-2031
41-9099
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
25-3021
47-2211
43-5071
11-9151
21-1093
25-2052
25-2053
25-2054
29-1127
51-8021
43-5081
21-1011
25-3098
29-1067
29-2055
53-6031
53-3041
25-9041
49-2022
43-3071
49-3093
23-2093
13-1151
33-9093
11-3071
53-1031
53-3032
53-3033
51-6093
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
51-4121
51-7042

Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Radio & Television Announcers
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Vehicle Svc Technicians
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stationary Engineers & Boiler Operators
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Svc Station Attendants
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Tellers
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation Security Screeners
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Upholsterers
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

125
34
75
12
14
17
15
31
61
64
153
20
11
38
773
49
230
691
20
56
33
120
17

$24.16
$11.30
$20.51
$14.55
$20.52
$40.84
$23.44
$25.16
$11.35
$24.95
$12.43
$13.22
$18.59
$16.82
$28.68
$21.56
$18.00
$12.77
$11.90
$35.22
$15.99
$24.55
$40.31

$16.80
$9.53
$16.27
$8.91
$15.64
$20.83
$20.27
$17.84
$9.65
$20.99
$9.71
$10.88
$14.67
$15.36
$24.79
$18.92
$15.11
$9.55
$9.41
$20.66
$9.26
$17.76
$17.74

$23.96
$10.70
$20.52
$15.19
$20.57
$23.69
$22.88
$24.93
$10.68
$25.12
$12.04
$12.83
$16.70
$17.19
$27.88
$22.26
$17.22
$11.43
$11.12
$33.31
$18.81
$23.87
$25.19

$30.40
$11.90
$22.84
$18.64
$24.54
$66.16
$26.89
$30.23
$12.15
$28.54
$15.04
$12.64
$24.44
$19.77
$32.28
$24.18
$19.97
$14.44
$13.38
$43.56
$21.28
$28.88
$54.56

374
71
15

$14.10
$41.65
$16.54
$16.97
$16.42
$29.17
$16.40

$11.67
$14.00
$10.59
$13.05
$11.14
$21.62
$13.09

$13.87
$17.29
$15.84
$16.63
$15.23
$28.70
$16.28

$16.55
$43.68
$21.49
$20.98
$21.24
$31.79
$19.25

$33.37
$22.92
$12.51
$22.75
$11.47
$113.56
$16.01
$12.23
$11.72

$29.41
$19.35
$9.32
$19.13
$10.10
$90.30
$13.47
$10.52
$9.68

$33.07
$22.28
$11.25
$23.28
$10.86
$91.57
$15.27
$11.74
$11.13

$36.61
$26.62
$14.95
$27.06
$11.62
$91.93
$17.67
$13.98
$13.86

$22.81
$12.03
$13.19
$20.22
$27.26
$18.64
$38.38
$23.76
$19.10
$15.86
$16.91

$19.41
$10.50
$9.92
$16.29
$19.81
$17.96
$31.19
$18.41
$16.42
$9.00
$15.38

$23.58
$11.54
$11.42
$17.88
$26.93
$18.68
$37.24
$24.72
$20.07
$13.75
$16.80

$28.18
$13.25
$15.04
$25.54
$29.34
$19.23
$46.04
$27.69
$22.41
$19.01
$18.22

$10.67
$22.75
$17.87
$14.09

$8.31
$20.11
$15.50
$11.63

$9.16
$22.46
$17.81
$14.11

$12.03
$26.17
$20.88
$16.76

115
26
100
32
15
16
292
20
244
14
16
28
313
14
150
62
13
11
49
30
472
143
16
439
79
36

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 40

Annual
Wage
$50,241
$23,500
$42,654
$30,255
$42,681
$84,931
$48,755
$52,331
$23,608
$51,886
$25,852
$27,502
$38,667
$34,977
$59,636
$44,844
$37,442
$26,561
$24,758
$73,263
$33,255
$51,080
$83,859
$55,016
$29,339
$86,635
$34,401
$35,296
$34,159
$60,661
$34,115
$51,628
$51,144
$50,247
$69,403
$47,664
$26,016
$47,321
$23,876
$236,199
$33,296
$25,431
$24,385
$25,190
$47,439
$25,037
$27,438
$42,073
$56,699
$38,784
$79,839
$49,406
$39,715
$32,984
$35,178
$60,058
$22,197
$47,312
$37,171
$29,310

Longview, WA MSA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Cowlitz County
SOC
Code

Longview, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

13-2011
11-3011
45-2011
39-3091
51-2099
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
43-3031
49-3031
13-1199
51-3021
47-2031
41-2011
35-1011
17-2041
19-4031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
17-3022
17-2051
53-7061
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
35-3021
27-1021
21-1099
21-1094
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1152
15-1131
15-1132
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
51-4011
19-1031
47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
53-7011
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
13-1051
41-2021

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Agricultural Inspectors
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Carpenters
Cashiers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Engineers
Chemical Technicians
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Commercial & Industrial Designers
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Community Health Workers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Conveyor Operators & Tenders
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks

160
32
37
54
184
31
123
43
143
26
128
571
94
121
82
145
1,067
21
25
42
170
58
29
55
112
33
89
42
1,136

13
13
36
27
42
16
33
56
38
21
45
19
27
211
28
229
89
207
288
29
45
163

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$28.13
$38.41
$18.48
$11.17
$12.45
$16.40
$19.29
$12.52
$11.88
$19.08
$16.08
$17.71
$21.45
$26.90
$14.49
$23.39
$10.94
$17.58
$39.95
$18.98
$69.55
$11.25
$25.09
$26.19
$41.82
$14.84
$34.95

$19.87
$31.07
$16.16
$9.45
$10.47
$15.56
$14.52
$10.28
$9.35
$16.82
$13.63
$13.51
$17.28
$20.18
$11.43
$15.56
$9.43
$15.95
$33.85
$11.35
$43.89
$9.43
$24.78
$24.49
$32.33
$10.92
$25.56

$23.81
$35.96
$16.18
$10.45
$11.78
$16.63
$18.80
$11.44
$11.57
$19.43
$16.06
$17.17
$21.85
$24.54
$13.25
$22.39
$10.10
$17.04
$41.30
$20.06
$62.30
$10.52
$26.06
$26.86
$37.36
$12.93
$31.26

$33.92
$45.01
$20.71
$11.86
$14.22
$17.69
$23.04
$14.22
$13.61
$21.67
$18.06
$20.93
$26.14
$33.43
$18.36
$31.41
$11.41
$18.14
$48.66
$24.64
$76.43
$12.33
$26.07
$28.08
$48.47
$19.77
$36.13

$16.06
$10.00
$26.80
$14.59
$20.89
$27.62
$26.00
$55.34
$30.91
$33.22
$46.29
$21.72
$38.74
$19.01
$17.78
$25.66
$27.27
$22.35

$13.08
$9.27
$20.64
$10.74
$16.75
$23.13
$23.04
$49.51
$25.13
$25.35
$33.46
$19.32
$31.54
$13.41
$14.52
$21.37
$24.40
$16.75

$15.84
$9.39
$23.68
$11.78
$18.95
$26.99
$26.38
$56.75
$28.32
$32.22
$46.68
$21.91
$36.94
$19.86
$18.27
$23.62
$26.89
$24.10

$17.85
$9.61
$32.25
$19.23
$22.15
$30.71
$28.43
$65.05
$36.63
$39.82
$57.40
$25.22
$48.41
$22.91
$21.24
$27.99
$30.13
$27.43

$58,511
$79,893
$38,441
$23,239
$25,909
$34,129
$40,120
$26,045
$24,710
$39,690
$33,438
$36,841
$44,614
$55,957
$30,140
$48,649
$22,759
$36,565
$83,099
$39,479
$144,652
$23,405
$52,193
$54,479
$86,988
$30,878
$72,696
$35,255
$33,408
$20,804
$55,755
$30,337
$43,445
$57,461
$54,091
$115,117
$64,279
$69,099
$96,297
$45,172
$80,582
$39,537
$36,981
$53,361
$56,714
$46,491

$38.19
$21.11
$10.24
$13.96
$11.14
$10.14
$30.82
$13.20

$33.56
$15.95
$9.30
$11.94
$10.08
$9.28
$24.08
$9.40

$40.01
$17.54
$9.46
$13.50
$10.90
$9.44
$30.32
$10.71

$43.77
$19.13
$10.59
$15.71
$11.71
$10.67
$37.79
$14.09

$79,428
$43,908
$21,302
$29,030
$23,172
$21,097
$64,104
$27,453

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 41

SOC
Code

Longview, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

35-3022
43-4031
43-4041
51-9021
43-4051
51-4031
51-9032
31-9091
29-2021
29-1021
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
53-3031
27-3041
11-9031
11-9032
21-1012
49-2094
47-2111
17-2072
25-2021
43-4061
13-1071
11-9041
17-3029
17-2199
17-2081
53-7032
43 6011
43-6011
45-4021
29-1062
45-1011
45-2092
43-4071
13-2051
11-3031
33-2011
33-1021
27-1023
35-1012
35-2021
35-3041
11-9051
19-1032
11-1021
51-4033
39-5012
17-2111
21-1091
29-2099
31-9099
49-9021
53-1021
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
17-2112

Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, & Clerks
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dentists, General
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electricians
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other
Environmental Engineers
Excavating & Loading Machine & Dragline Operators
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Fallers
Family & General Practitioners
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
File Clerks
Financial Analysts
Financial Mgrs
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Floral Designers
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Foresters
General & Operations Mgrs
Grind/Lap/Polish/Buff Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Engineers

41
82
11
23
208
58
26
115
50
42
17
146
55
51
11
62
67
13
275
14
409
58
54
21
10
11
13
26
60
11
18
42
20
24
78
49
27
13
187
234
60
34
27
273
242
12
26
105
41
21
48
23
25
21
63

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$11.83
$20.26
$20.78
$17.91
$16.53
$16.04
$17.88
$16.26
$48.20

$9.36
$18.05
$17.57
$15.94
$12.19
$12.92
$15.31
$12.64
$42.20

$10.12
$20.05
$20.27
$17.56
$16.70
$15.77
$19.14
$15.11
$47.55

$13.25
$22.32
$22.63
$20.08
$20.32
$18.17
$21.59
$19.75
$54.74

$24,614
$42,139
$43,214
$37,257
$34,391
$33,363
$37,192
$33,828
$100,254

$28.96
$9.39
$9.46
$19.03
$13.08
$31.89
$20.63

$24.27
$9.22
$9.24
$15.36
$10.13
$31.01
$14.78

$28.25
$9.29
$9.33
$18.59
$11.26
$32.99
$20.60

$33.48
$9.37
$9.43
$22.56
$13.63
$34.97
$24.34

$25.30
$32.30
$27.90
$33.84

$20.84
$25.76
$24.46
$30.37

$24.17
$32.71
$29.67
$32.73

$30.94
$39.80
$33.68
$36.07

$21.22
$29.23
$52.76
$28.12
$43.82
$39.50
$24.80
$27 61
$27.61
$30.36

$19.85
$25.33
$42.56
$21.76
$36.92
$34.49
$18.58
$22 58
$22.58
$28.08

$22.01
$31.34
$49.89
$31.03
$42.93
$39.98
$25.43
$27 27
$27.27
$31.99

$22.48
$34.64
$57.70
$34.84
$51.62
$44.93
$29.73
$32 90
$32.90
$34.59

$60,246
$19,530
$19,677
$39,583
$27,222
$66,330
$42,917
$103,066
$52,619
$67,194
$58,036
$70,377
$59,190
$44,135
$60,791
$109,734
$58,480
$91,157
$82,173
$51,603
$57 441
$57,441
$63,145

$35.13
$11.19
$13.13
$35.82
$45.52
$33.12
$38.34
$14.38
$15.72
$10.61
$10.00
$24.16
$25.52
$56.33
$14.84
$16.30
$33.05
$23.36
$24.90
$15.56
$19.06
$22.00
$12.28
$9.49
$11.23
$20.39
$18.71
$54.22
$41.93

$23.86
$9.26
$9.84
$28.08
$36.01
$28.69
$37.58
$9.69
$12.72
$9.25
$9.35
$16.33
$24.17
$35.34
$13.08
$9.41
$30.44
$17.34
$18.58
$13.14
$16.23
$16.54
$9.91
$9.27
$9.77
$14.04
$15.06
$44.72
$32.91

$29.69
$9.56
$12.46
$36.61
$47.29
$32.93
$41.45
$11.94
$14.87
$9.35
$9.58
$21.64
$24.18
$45.74
$14.81
$10.84
$33.68
$21.50
$22.49
$14.87
$17.83
$18.18
$10.86
$9.39
$10.87
$19.63
$19.06
$52.31
$42.35

$44.67
$11.48
$16.30
$43.99
$54.88
$36.69
$45.32
$18.69
$18.25
$11.18
$10.62
$33.21
$26.70
$60.80
$16.93
$19.68
$36.88
$30.92
$29.77
$17.71
$20.53
$27.58
$11.90
$9.51
$12.38
$25.24
$21.68
$62.76
$50.84

$73,068
$23,271
$27,310
$74,509
$94,698
$68,875
$79,746
$29,922
$32,703
$22,072
$20,805
$50,238
$53,097
$117,165
$30,872
$33,921
$68,732
$48,588
$51,773
$32,358
$39,650
$45,748
$25,528
$19,748
$23,357
$42,414
$38,915
$112,777
$87,226

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 42

SOC
Code

Longview, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
51-9061
49-9098
25-9031
41-3021
37-2011
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
25-4021
29-2061
43-4131
13-2072
45-4022
45-4029
53-7063
51-4041
37-2012
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
13-1161
11-2021
51 3022
51-3022
17-3013
17-2141
49-1011
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
31-9092
29-2071
43-6013
31-9094
21-1023
21-1014
11-9199
49-9044
51-9023
49-3042
39-4031
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073

Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Instructional Coordinators
Insurance Sales Agents
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Librarians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Logging Equipment Operators
Logging Wkrs, All Other
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Meat Poultry,
Meat,
Poultry & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Mgrs, All Other
Millwrights
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops

155
63
376
159
50
12
68
464
42
679
12
168
21
60
33
142
92
84
100
73
106
256
321
38
33
38
24

21
167

98
44
168
72
167
34
16
16
155
35
72
16
35
23
54
42
448
13
22
270
72
537
162

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$25.30
$50.16
$18.28
$20.75
$10.86
$29.11
$23.93
$13.10

$18.96
$32.92
$12.03
$15.15
$9.42
$25.76
$15.54
$9.65

$23.24
$49.08
$17.63
$19.98
$10.14
$29.52
$19.27
$12.44

$30.54
$67.19
$22.25
$24.18
$11.32
$33.32
$32.55
$15.59

$34.48
$14.84
$30.55
$13.43
$10.53
$39.04
$19.48

$27.25
$9.73
$24.87
$9.46
$9.74
$33.00
$17.77

$36.28
$12.89
$27.54
$12.16
$10.48
$38.66
$19.60

$42.17
$17.95
$37.14
$14.46
$11.21
$44.14
$21.61

$52,626
$104,334
$38,025
$43,156
$22,593
$60,555
$49,776
$27,245
$53,333
$71,724
$30,870
$63,557
$27,936
$21,901
$81,189
$40,530

$22.00
$17.44
$26.21
$21.00
$23.99
$18.79
$23.85
$10.94
$22.87
$23.80

$19.38
$14.96
$20.38
$17.75
$16.90
$16.04
$19.12
$9.35
$12.70
$20.78

$21.69
$17.78
$23.83
$20.37
$22.41
$17.79
$22.88
$9.99
$19.45
$25.74

$24.81
$20.72
$30.58
$22.61
$31.71
$20.75
$28.63
$11.45
$31.94
$28.04

$45,760
$36,265
$54,514
$43,670
$49,881
$39,090
$49,601
$22,759
$47,568
$49,522

$27.43
$55.01
$10 57
$10.57
$26.68
$32.64
$34.74
$21.55
$31.25
$54.64
$27.99
$15.55
$20.56
$17.91
$14.71
$18.13

$20.46
$42.22
$9 29
$9.29
$22.84
$26.46
$26.12
$19.02
$26.66
$39.05
$24.06
$12.83
$17.12
$14.18
$11.10
$15.11

$25.62
$51.42
$9 41
$9.41
$25.99
$32.65
$31.55
$21.13
$31.69
$48.95
$27.69
$15.57
$20.26
$17.81
$13.72
$19.43

$32.98
$76.75
$11 22
$11.22
$28.73
$37.84
$44.58
$23.40
$36.47
$62.16
$33.58
$17.95
$22.91
$21.46
$17.54
$21.73

$57,061
$114,422
$21 990
$21,990
$55,490
$67,888
$72,272
$44,822
$65,007
$113,637
$58,217
$32,340
$42,750
$37,251
$30,588
$37,728

$39.04
$30.31
$14.96
$21.58
$17.81
$36.99
$17.91
$13.52
$34.89
$47.84
$12.61
$32.05
$37.68
$22.96
$14.76
$15.14
$11.48
$26.26

$32.14
$24.18
$11.49
$16.36
$12.65
$30.67
$14.98
$9.47
$22.28
$42.51
$10.37
$28.04
$34.79
$15.55
$12.80
$11.22
$9.38
$20.93

$36.78
$32.50
$13.66
$20.14
$19.32
$35.16
$17.75
$10.78
$33.03
$49.17
$11.43
$30.22
$39.20
$21.37
$13.87
$14.49
$9.59
$24.19

$46.59
$35.40
$18.59
$25.81
$21.85
$45.00
$20.93
$13.55
$44.05
$54.82
$14.17
$37.97
$42.70
$28.47
$15.30
$18.23
$11.82
$28.47

$81,189
$63,044
$31,114
$44,889
$37,052
$76,932
$37,262
$28,132
$72,557
$99,522
$26,227
$66,678
$78,379
$47,766
$30,709
$31,492
$23,889
$54,608

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 43

SOC
Code

Longview, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

29-2081
43-4151
31-1015
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
51-9196
23-2011
53-6021
41-2022
43-3051
39-9021
39-1021
29-1051
29-2052
51-9151
29-1069
29-1123
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5051
43-5052
25-2011
51-5112
21-1092
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43 5061
43-5061
11-9141
27-3031
13-1023
11-3061
29-2034
43-4171
39-9032
29-1141
21-1015
41-1011
41-2031
41-9099
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
33-9032
25-3021
47-2211
43-5071
51-3023
11-9151
21-1093
25-2052
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054

Opticians, Dispensing
Order Clerks
Orderlies
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Lot Attendants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Technicians
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapists
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production Planning,
Production,
Planning & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Slaughterers & Meat Packers
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School

21
42
11
19
95
328
76
355
31
24
101
46
110
37
76
109
11
52
166
33
138
16
79
109
16
76
245
54
147
91
21
13
85
16
204
22
74
345
1,196
89
69
309
67
210
460
132
45
145
54
26
252
53
18
11
29

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$19.82
$16.67
$13.76
$12.17
$16.80
$11.16
$18.33
$24.71
$20.86
$12.18
$14.18
$20.12
$11.63
$18.55
$60.33
$17.62
$12.24
$96.57
$37.21
$29.27
$39.15
$31.07
$24.69
$25.76
$15.50
$16.76
$23.61
$35.71
$13.55
$15.78
$21 10
$21.10
$25.81
$23.31
$26.64
$33.86
$31.79
$12.91
$11.93
$35.67
$17.02
$19.91
$13.73
$10.33
$56.25
$18.79
$33.64
$48.61
$19.83

$14.91
$13.64
$11.27
$9.29
$11.41
$9.35
$14.50
$20.21
$16.46
$9.50
$11.96
$17.52
$9.92
$14.25
$56.40
$15.52
$9.56
$69.38
$31.83
$22.40
$34.31
$28.41
$25.87
$23.69
$11.44
$13.10
$21.20
$25.14
$9.60
$11.25
$17 07
$17.07
$20.10
$17.36
$21.49
$18.09
$26.46
$10.45
$9.56
$28.79
$11.87
$13.59
$10.19
$9.24
$39.19
$13.35
$20.66
$32.83
$16.39

$20.44
$15.83
$13.33
$9.41
$15.29
$9.49
$17.48
$24.26
$20.93
$10.63
$13.46
$20.63
$11.46
$16.62
$62.37
$17.66
$10.92
$90.52
$38.87
$30.75
$39.48
$31.83
$25.88
$27.53
$14.66
$17.17
$23.61
$34.90
$11.04
$13.75
$20 75
$20.75
$22.31
$23.47
$25.50
$32.19
$31.23
$12.30
$11.52
$34.86
$16.36
$19.01
$12.18
$9.41
$53.33
$15.80
$28.04
$44.45
$18.18

$25.10
$18.69
$16.12
$16.06
$21.84
$13.15
$22.19
$29.66
$24.67
$15.42
$15.11
$22.93
$13.23
$20.32
$67.87
$20.40
$15.30
$91.23
$42.97
$34.30
$43.71
$34.45
$26.91
$27.54
$20.07
$20.67
$26.06
$45.94
$14.81
$20.64
$23 58
$23.58
$28.83
$28.07
$30.55
$49.76
$37.13
$15.38
$13.78
$42.52
$21.40
$22.40
$15.16
$10.48
$67.98
$19.06
$38.26
$54.53
$22.11

$16.79
$19.41
$11.74
$17.76
$32.23
$14.44
$12.29
$31.22
$12.56

$14.38
$14.12
$9.98
$15.49
$18.35
$12.12
$9.83
$24.30
$10.51

$17.01
$16.45
$10.98
$17.37
$38.87
$13.84
$11.78
$31.92
$11.67

$19.56
$18.77
$12.30
$20.51
$42.94
$16.47
$13.67
$36.64
$13.88

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 44

Annual
Wage
$41,217
$34,674
$28,629
$25,294
$34,947
$23,220
$38,126
$51,406
$43,392
$25,328
$29,505
$41,854
$24,183
$38,597
$125,488
$36,650
$25,467
$200,857
$77,402
$60,883
$81,418
$64,633
$51,364
$53,571
$32,245
$34,854
$49,097
$74,275
$28,187
$32,819
$43 888
$43,888
$53,681
$48,485
$55,413
$70,440
$66,124
$26,864
$24,824
$74,202
$35,394
$41,422
$28,548
$21,500
$117,009
$39,087
$69,972
$101,113
$41,241
$60,754
$34,917
$40,364
$24,423
$36,928
$67,042
$30,048
$25,556
$64,937
$26,116
$52,711
$57,731
$59,131

SOC
Code

Longview, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

29-1127
43-5081
21-1011
25-3098
17-3031
53-6031
43-2011
47-2082
53-3041
25-9041
51-2092
49-2022
43-3071
49-3093
51-4194
13-1151
11-3071
53-1031
37-3013
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
29-2056
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
51-4121
13-1022
51-7042

Speech-Language Pathologists
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tapers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Team Assemblers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Tellers
Tire Repairers & Changers
Tool Grinders, Filers, & Sharpeners
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Tree Trimmers & Pruners
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)

23
366
20
279
41
16
16
621
68
204
68
14
29
82
751
179
17
18
50
478
34
74
31
35

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$37.78
$12.91
$16.87
$21.31
$29.14
$11.15
$12.30
$19.93
$14.18

$30.19
$10.35
$13.05
$16.85
$22.83
$9.83
$9.84
$16.52
$10.40

$34.86
$11.57
$14.88
$19.89
$31.94
$10.77
$11.16
$20.51
$11.33

$40.82
$14.42
$17.96
$26.27
$34.86
$11.72
$13.34
$23.08
$18.91

$15.94
$24.43
$14.85
$15.61
$20.98
$32.10
$40.65
$33.25
$17.36
$17.88
$18.11
$33.62
$16.58

$14.20
$18.27
$12.87
$11.19
$19.56
$25.77
$32.43
$17.94
$15.73
$15.37
$12.24
$28.70
$15.02

$16.36
$22.80
$15.18
$15.63
$21.17
$31.21
$38.83
$31.58
$16.96
$17.69
$15.79
$31.89
$16.57

$18.06
$32.20
$17.07
$18.90
$22.79
$39.32
$44.47
$50.10
$18.19
$20.81
$20.77
$39.53
$18.14

$12.28
$26.55
$24.23
$23.91
$20.69

$9.32
$23.81
$18.12
$16.85
$16.63

$12.28
$26.48
$21.97
$18.99
$20.52

$14.67
$29.60
$31.67
$27.16
$24.50

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 45

Annual
Wage
$78,577
$26,853
$35,081
$44,317
$60,612
$23,196
$25,576
$41,442
$29,505
$28,409
$33,141
$50,820
$30,891
$32,472
$43,638
$66,768
$84,557
$69,158
$36,102
$37,176
$37,678
$69,927
$34,497
$59,746
$25,541
$55,223
$50,382
$49,730
$43,034

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 46

Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA MSA
2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Skagit County

SOC
Code

Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA MSA
Occupational Title

13-2011
11-3011
41-3011
49-3011
39-3091
51-2099
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
19-4021
43-3031
43-4011
49-3031
53-3022
13-1199
51-3021
51-7011
43-5011
47-2031
41-2011
35-1011
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
53-7061
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
35-3021
21-1099
13-1041
11-3021
15-1152
15-1199
15-1131
15-1132
15-1151
15-1121
51-4011
19-1031
47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
13-1051
41-2021

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Brokerage Clerks
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenters
Cashiers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
255
54
23
26
64
121
42
276
56
117
53
202
45
793
10
243
193
160
58
22
417
1,464
46
66
254
127
20
55
98
95
22
113
31
890
16
56
40
11
17
59
115
25
71
54
29
360
46
210
168
521
21
87
296

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$29.39
$43.96
$22.14
$22.44
$9.69
$21.60
$26.39
$23.04
$14.42
$12.03
$18.91
$19.29
$16.34
$18.03
$19.32
$23.16
$19.34
$29.67
$16.37
$20.61
$21.98
$23.76
$12.14
$19.91
$58.54
$10.12
$22.69

$23.66
$31.31
$11.54
$19.11
$9.28
$16.69
$19.81
$17.87
$12.42
$9.32
$15.06
$15.78
$14.36
$14.60
$15.08
$19.62
$17.28
$24.42
$9.31
$17.95
$19.06
$17.73
$9.46
$17.76
$48.71
$9.32
$18.89

$27.94
$39.17
$17.72
$23.16
$9.41
$20.73
$22.41
$21.58
$13.85
$10.37
$17.50
$17.88
$16.29
$17.73
$20.48
$24.29
$19.48
$29.00
$19.48
$20.49
$20.76
$22.80
$10.53
$19.71
$55.12
$9.53
$24.18

$34.01
$49.48
$28.42
$26.48
$9.57
$25.54
$27.06
$27.14
$15.97
$14.67
$21.43
$21.73
$18.60
$21.68
$22.71
$27.44
$21.75
$34.43
$21.67
$22.70
$22.46
$28.90
$12.40
$21.86
$67.27
$10.68
$26.07

$61,138
$91,427
$46,039
$46,675
$20,143
$44,939
$54,887
$47,930
$29,986
$25,037
$39,316
$40,115
$33,993
$37,519
$40,182
$48,158
$40,233
$61,719
$34,058
$42,859
$45,718
$49,434
$25,233
$41,417
$121,760
$21,057
$47,181

$27.07
$33.50
$11.11
$34.13

$24.17
$29.91
$9.39
$29.81

$27.36
$31.42
$9.66
$33.98

$30.34
$37.42
$12.86
$38.64

$15.91
$10.76
$20.45
$26.78
$55.06
$28.67
$27.25
$43.40
$47.37
$26.33
$44.80
$18.35
$29.98
$29.55
$18.21
$62.62
$34.84
$13.78
$12.39
$11.51
$29.40
$13.02

$13.05
$9.32
$13.42
$21.91
$38.90
$26.00
$18.83
$34.86
$39.09
$19.11
$36.79
$16.29
$21.38
$26.63
$15.15
$44.93
$25.59
$10.84
$10.67
$10.38
$24.05
$9.44

$14.38
$9.65
$16.60
$26.12
$45.51
$28.32
$29.84
$45.81
$46.58
$26.17
$42.00
$17.97
$28.29
$31.35
$16.90
$54.16
$33.52
$13.31
$12.20
$11.27
$29.58
$11.42

$17.98
$11.33
$22.98
$31.60
$64.48
$31.40
$33.99
$53.47
$58.11
$30.37
$49.78
$20.51
$35.72
$32.93
$18.93
$78.18
$43.56
$16.54
$13.93
$12.66
$34.65
$14.79

$56,308
$69,681
$23,116
$70,983
$29,889
$33,083
$22,375
$42,536
$55,714
$114,518
$59,620
$56,675
$90,285
$98,517
$54,774
$93,183
$38,170
$62,367
$61,450
$37,883
$130,246
$72,459
$28,680
$25,770
$23,944
$61,142
$27,077

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 47

SOC
Code

Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA MSA
Occupational Title

35-3022
43-5021
43-4031
43-4051
43-9021
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
33-3021
29-2032
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
17-3019
53-3031
47-2081
27-3041
11-9031
11-9039
11-9032
25-9099
21-1012
51-2022
49-2094
47-2111
25-2021
43-4061
29-2041
13 1071
13-1071
11-9041
17-3029
17-2199
19-4091
19-2041
43-6011
45-4021
29-1062
45-1011
45-2092
51-2091
43-4071
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
33-1021
39-9031
27-1023
35-1012
35-2021
11-9051
13-1131
11-1021
19-2042
27-1024
39-5012
47-4041
21-1091
29-2099
31-9099
29-2092

Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Customer Svc Reps
Data Entry Keyers
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Drafters, All Other
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electricians
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment Recruitment,
Employment,
Recruitment & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Fallers
Family & General Practitioners
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
Fiberglass Laminators & Fabricators
File Clerks
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floral Designers
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Svc Mgrs
Fundraisers
General & Operations Mgrs
Geoscientists, Not Hydrologists & Geographers
Graphic Designers
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Hazardous Materials Removal Wkrs
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Hearing Aid Specialists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
477
87
374
16
179
126
20
30
17
58
16
267
55
19
144
18
18
15
75
31
87
12
12
438
451
49
93
78
46
57
13
11
44
121
57
23
40
146
39
108
13
96
34
112
16
219
254
39
23
354
19
27
181
11
64
98

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$10.50
$16.56
$21.73
$15.21
$12.79
$19.43
$47.01
$19.47
$82.49
$34.23
$38.08
$26.29
$10.14
$10.09
$21.04
$22.31
$15.57
$22.50
$24.60
$23.63
$33.11

$9.30
$14.42
$19.53
$11.22
$10.94
$17.04
$42.92
$10.88
$60.09
$31.52
$33.73
$20.07
$9.36
$9.35
$17.41
$18.74
$10.57
$20.27
$22.45
$19.26
$21.74

$9.50
$16.26
$21.40
$14.75
$12.72
$19.46
$47.69
$20.24
$68.49
$34.12
$37.64
$26.39
$9.57
$9.85
$21.23
$21.65
$11.67
$22.53
$25.05
$25.23
$26.53

$10.95
$18.03
$23.37
$17.91
$14.47
$21.81
$52.88
$27.42
$91.23
$36.13
$42.99
$31.62
$10.76
$10.84
$24.99
$26.01
$17.59
$25.75
$27.40
$28.34
$48.07

$22.69
$28.64
$23.07
$26.39
$31.71

$17.68
$22.12
$17.54
$20.99
$23.90

$21.32
$28.58
$21.22
$28.29
$34.09

$26.33
$34.64
$29.56
$31.66
$41.71

$20.88
$25.59
$27 80
$27.80
$55.59
$38.85
$33.39
$19.73
$28.43
$23.60
$31.13
$75.48
$27.56
$12.35
$15.36
$13.92
$51.17
$18.96
$25.75
$33.72
$15.46
$14.65
$17.85
$10.49
$24.64
$21.77
$45.81
$39.75
$18.82
$13.28
$18.10
$28.40
$26.20
$14.07
$33.40

$18.89
$20.06
$22 55
$22.55
$39.65
$37.61
$18.55
$16.89
$22.07
$19.14
$30.03
$56.36
$23.86
$10.17
$13.14
$12.03
$37.24
$16.76
$9.54
$26.61
$10.00
$13.05
$13.08
$9.36
$17.88
$16.53
$31.56
$30.60
$13.99
$9.59
$16.24
$21.10
$19.96
$11.35
$31.90

$22.47
$24.72
$28 38
$28.38
$51.98
$40.81
$31.59
$19.17
$26.33
$23.70
$32.22
$73.23
$29.68
$11.29
$14.49
$13.73
$45.81
$18.32
$30.89
$32.35
$14.25
$14.22
$17.39
$9.83
$23.98
$23.81
$39.52
$35.69
$16.67
$11.31
$17.50
$25.97
$25.57
$13.46
$33.80

$22.48
$32.87
$33 17
$33.17
$66.74
$44.19
$36.30
$21.95
$30.17
$27.56
$34.40
$88.63
$30.96
$14.15
$17.28
$15.73
$56.51
$20.98
$39.01
$40.99
$18.87
$16.35
$22.26
$11.16
$31.85
$26.59
$54.38
$44.13
$20.17
$15.09
$18.77
$39.07
$31.67
$16.06
$35.68

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 48

Annual
Wage
$21,823
$34,445
$45,214
$31,630
$26,616
$40,418
$97,781
$40,516
$171,582
$71,206
$79,214
$54,681
$21,097
$20,988
$43,779
$46,412
$32,384
$46,801
$51,179
$49,154
$68,858
$101,600
$47,176
$59,566
$47,991
$54,883
$65,955
$61,247
$43,438
$53,233
$57 827
$57,827
$115,625
$80,814
$69,457
$41,024
$59,142
$49,074
$64,749
$156,984
$57,314
$25,687
$31,941
$28,958
$106,425
$39,440
$53,555
$70,147
$32,175
$30,462
$37,133
$21,814
$51,261
$45,275
$95,274
$82,662
$39,152
$27,623
$37,647
$59,078
$54,508
$29,260
$69,479

SOC
Code

Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA MSA
Occupational Title

49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
31-1011
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
41-3021
29-1063
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
25-2012
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
23-1011
43-6012
11-1031
25-4021
43 4121
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
43-4131
13-2072
45-4022
53-7063
51-4041
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
13-1161
31-9011
51-3022
17-3013
17-2141
49-1011
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
31-9092
29-2071
43-6013
31-9094
21-1023
21-1014
43-5041
11-9199
25-2022
49-9044

Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
Home Health Aides
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insurance Sales Agents
Internists, General
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants,
Assistants Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Logging Equipment Operators
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Market Research Analysts
Massage Therapists
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Millwrights

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
38
38
74
203
147
54
51
28
57
55
115
49
105
40
29
52
95
11
22
706
59
403
38
284
59

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$25.05
$23.17
$23.60
$11.04
$12.50
$18.17
$20.82
$45.74
$40.76
$26.04
$42.40
$15.75
$15.43
$19.51
$11.50
$23.00
$32.46
$25.16
$87.72
$17.98
$17.00
$14.45

$23.95
$16.92
$19.60
$10.23
$10.82
$12.21
$16.81
$32.05
$28.72
$19.79
$35.43
$12.35
$11.89
$13.88
$9.47
$20.40
$25.36
$13.36
$77.64
$14.04
$15.32
$10.96

$25.70
$21.65
$24.05
$10.86
$12.22
$14.90
$20.36
$44.24
$39.34
$23.38
$41.69
$16.25
$14.96
$20.47
$10.60
$22.44
$34.06
$15.50
$84.40
$19.46
$16.92
$14.16

$27.92
$27.66
$26.59
$11.50
$13.86
$22.27
$24.52
$55.49
$50.61
$29.85
$48.24
$18.22
$18.00
$23.90
$12.03
$26.59
$40.74
$29.07
$91.16
$21.54
$18.52
$17.26

$14.97
$22.68
$14.01
$44.62
$20.42

$11.25
$17.59
$10.34
$38.85
$17.46

$13.66
$21.67
$12.54
$45.37
$20.76

$18.01
$27.87
$14.86
$52.14
$23.01

$23.49
$15 01
$15.01
$19.42
$22.37
$16.39
$35.69
$20.67
$14.15
$25.27
$11.15
$13.85
$18.92
$17.43
$37.68
$27.19
$32.67
$12.45
$25.82
$37.66
$33.30
$31.33
$41.14
$22.04
$16.02
$16.20
$17.43
$14.81
$22.26
$22.63
$21.24
$46.31

$20.17
$12 45
$12.45
$16.64
$20.33
$11.91
$26.08
$19.49
$11.33
$17.70
$9.55
$11.04
$14.84
$11.69
$27.61
$19.17
$28.10
$9.82
$20.50
$32.46
$25.69
$27.50
$30.42
$14.84
$13.97
$11.49
$15.34
$9.37
$18.76
$17.06
$17.01
$36.15

$21.63
$14 24
$14.24
$19.80
$22.02
$16.57
$31.18
$20.89
$13.93
$25.05
$10.69
$13.16
$18.01
$15.57
$36.39
$22.64
$33.15
$10.91
$24.72
$36.27
$31.46
$32.75
$39.06
$19.60
$16.10
$14.51
$17.12
$14.08
$24.37
$20.28
$21.39
$44.14

$23.08
$17 61
$17.61
$22.39
$23.97
$19.67
$47.74
$22.27
$16.58
$31.89
$11.91
$16.27
$23.10
$21.47
$46.37
$37.22
$37.67
$12.01
$30.68
$43.40
$37.59
$36.74
$47.73
$28.13
$18.01
$19.93
$19.13
$17.88
$27.15
$28.86
$26.01
$54.77

$25.27

$21.25

$25.12

$28.85

32

151
56
143
68
80
86
394
11
444
41
41
49
23
456
14
51
184
50
93
20
255
144
284
25
41
11
44
124
37

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 49

Annual
Wage
$52,097
$48,181
$49,083
$22,969
$25,988
$37,795
$43,298
$95,129
$84,770
$54,177
$88,192
$32,753
$32,091
$40,586
$23,912
$47,838
$67,507
$52,317
$182,452
$37,413
$35,363
$30,058
$52,726
$31,124
$47,168
$29,128
$92,818
$42,471
$66,214
$48,852
$31 222
$31,222
$40,399
$46,538
$34,089
$74,235
$43,010
$29,429
$52,556
$23,208
$28,800
$39,343
$36,251
$78,389
$56,553
$67,944
$25,902
$53,710
$78,327
$69,276
$65,180
$85,572
$45,847
$33,321
$33,692
$36,250
$30,800
$46,298
$47,086
$44,163
$96,329
$59,761
$52,576

SOC
Code

Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA MSA
Occupational Title

51-9023
49-3042
49-3051
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
51-4012
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
47-2073
29-2081
43-4151
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
51-9122
51-9123
23-2011
41-2022
43-3051
39-9021
39-1021
29 1051
29-1051
29-2052
31-9097
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5051
43-5052
11-9131
25-2011
51-5112
43-3061
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-9099
11-2031
27-3031
13-1023
11-3061
29-2034
43-4171
39-9032
49-3092

Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Motorboat Mechanics
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Numerical Tool & Process Control Programmers
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Opticians, Dispensing
Order Clerks
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Painting, Coating, & Decorating Wkrs
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Technicians
Phlebotomists
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Printing Press Operators
Procurement Clerks
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Vehicle Svc Technicians

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
28
41
27
31
61
35
56
45
21
46
461
27
24
478
123
602
161
20
58
124
60
24
76
171
67
78
63
83
108
24
43
31
29
73
17
206
28
138
26
108
11
103
26
41
261
124
34
26
12
68
65
12
78
330
126

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$13.89
$22.33
$17.17
$43.55
$33.06
$15.91
$10.89
$34.05
$21.63
$42.11
$14.00

$9.36
$20.26
$15.47
$39.46
$25.55
$14.38
$9.35
$22.80
$17.08
$38.46
$11.09

$10.33
$22.11
$16.83
$43.85
$29.43
$16.17
$9.56
$33.71
$21.36
$41.88
$13.02

$18.27
$24.31
$18.18
$50.00
$40.99
$17.73
$11.70
$39.12
$25.18
$45.30
$15.69

$28,890
$46,461
$35,723
$90,596
$68,746
$33,093
$22,659
$70,818
$44,989
$87,572
$29,119

$31.48
$24.04
$14.05
$15.76
$23.83
$20.22
$15.92
$16.88
$11.67
$10.94
$21.71
$19.44
$16.75
$22.02
$17.13
$21.35
$10.56
$19.19
$54 69
$54.69
$18.70
$16.26
$14.08
$100.36
$14.92
$22.17
$37.20
$45.03
$33.24
$40.92
$31.84
$25.35
$25.43
$30.29
$13.64
$14.07
$20.74
$31.37
$21.19
$13.90
$29.26
$22.13
$19.62
$36.55
$29.28
$27.79
$32.50
$31.75
$14.08
$11.81
$17.92

$27.03
$18.27
$11.24
$12.86
$19.13
$16.35
$13.11
$15.40
$9.40
$9.42
$16.75
$16.90
$15.61
$17.60
$12.17
$17.07
$10.01
$15.28
$50 22
$50.22
$16.22
$14.68
$12.16
$76.82
$13.18
$20.13
$33.19
$37.55
$25.57
$38.13
$30.14
$25.87
$23.42
$25.17
$10.32
$10.26
$17.85
$23.64
$15.52
$11.37
$20.64
$11.76
$16.25
$30.39
$25.20
$21.92
$26.40
$23.75
$11.22
$9.38
$14.21

$32.21
$22.85
$13.27
$15.05
$22.20
$21.03
$15.55
$16.99
$10.51
$9.68
$19.55
$19.84
$16.75
$20.53
$16.19
$21.00
$10.60
$19.03
$54 79
$54.79
$19.05
$16.25
$13.57
$91.28
$15.18
$22.00
$37.21
$44.84
$32.23
$41.21
$32.46
$25.88
$27.08
$30.64
$11.33
$12.14
$20.45
$28.72
$17.57
$12.99
$26.51
$25.07
$16.92
$36.92
$28.90
$25.87
$29.36
$30.90
$13.77
$10.83
$16.63

$36.26
$29.65
$15.29
$17.75
$27.00
$24.85
$18.39
$18.57
$12.80
$11.67
$26.58
$22.09
$17.88
$23.13
$21.00
$25.65
$11.19
$21.98
$60 26
$60.26
$21.40
$17.86
$15.07
$91.80
$16.95
$24.27
$42.17
$53.37
$41.54
$44.31
$34.82
$25.88
$27.54
$38.31
$16.64
$17.22
$23.79
$36.41
$30.11
$14.61
$35.30
$28.10
$22.82
$42.33
$33.14
$31.99
$39.97
$37.37
$16.56
$13.32
$21.16

$65,491
$50,017
$29,215
$32,784
$49,564
$42,053
$33,127
$35,108
$24,288
$22,744
$45,163
$40,449
$34,842
$45,796
$35,636
$44,399
$21,962
$39,919
$113 741
$113,741
$38,892
$33,828
$29,288
$208,751
$31,030
$46,127
$77,376
$93,660
$69,143
$85,113
$66,229
$52,736
$52,906
$63,005
$28,377
$29,271
$43,147
$65,254
$44,066
$28,922
$60,873
$46,020
$40,808
$76,021
$60,917
$57,817
$67,605
$66,034
$29,295
$24,561
$37,284

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 50

SOC
Code

Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA MSA
Occupational Title

53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
41-1011
41-2031
47-2181
53-5011
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
33-9032
25-3021
51-6031
47-2211
43-5071
11-9151
21-1093
19-3099
21-1029
25-2052
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
43-5081
51-2041
21 1011
21-1011
25-3098
29-1067
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
49-2022
43-3071
49-3093
23-2093
13-1151
11-3071
53-1031
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111

Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Roofers
Sailors & Marine Oilers
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Tellers
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
51
840
165
435
1,814
60
66
70
148
397
57
276
631
81
123
75
25
189
57
162
16
23
60
14
30
28
665
34
354
22
14
27
13
40
37
14
13
691
58
116
223
62
82
33
58
702
274
33
22
36
27
49
110
858
71
15

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$24.91
$34.36
$20.43
$23.75
$14.10
$18.11
$20.27
$55.98
$23.14
$28.35
$18.50

$23.17
$26.83
$14.57
$15.71
$9.84
$13.87
$13.44
$35.43
$13.64
$18.79
$16.05

$25.64
$31.36
$18.18
$20.08
$11.53
$19.02
$22.52
$52.12
$18.77
$25.02
$17.78

$27.88
$41.99
$24.79
$27.36
$14.95
$21.44
$26.33
$64.89
$25.62
$36.81
$20.99

$16.73

$13.89

$16.70

$19.23

$14.29
$21.40
$12.09
$23.27
$16.01
$33.29
$12.98
$35.65
$20.08

$10.57
$15.71
$9.83
$13.74
$12.42
$25.93
$10.57
$29.21
$14.74

$13.06
$20.45
$10.86
$24.13
$15.18
$31.98
$11.57
$36.37
$17.68

$18.07
$26.71
$11.95
$29.21
$18.03
$39.62
$14.75
$42.93
$26.06

$29.57
$13.67
$16.24
$22 45
$22.45
$17.74
$128.56
$22.99
$22.94
$37.26
$13.43
$13.38
$15.53
$13.74

$25.60
$10.15
$12.83
$19 19
$19.19
$16.29
$91.23
$20.39
$19.49
$33.34
$12.10
$11.05
$13.87
$11.12

$29.34
$12.50
$14.97
$21 94
$21.94
$17.58
$91.23
$22.89
$23.21
$36.52
$13.37
$13.09
$15.64
$13.52

$33.89
$16.41
$18.79
$26 04
$26.04
$18.87
$91.23
$26.13
$26.62
$42.10
$14.66
$15.02
$17.38
$16.50

$13.93
$29.23
$12.32
$15.29
$20.94
$29.94
$42.80
$25.95
$20.90
$19.26
$33.22
$9.95
$40.41
$13.02
$17.28
$25.86
$11.75
$27.60
$19.17
$17.21

$12.30
$24.88
$10.85
$11.58
$19.47
$22.71
$33.18
$20.17
$18.42
$13.46
$29.31
$9.24
$34.61
$11.08
$15.38
$17.46
$9.30
$24.39
$16.11
$13.89

$13.94
$29.46
$11.97
$14.50
$21.30
$30.98
$40.55
$23.80
$20.78
$16.71
$33.34
$9.34
$41.67
$12.91
$17.25
$24.36
$11.82
$28.21
$17.34
$17.56

$15.82
$34.10
$13.70
$19.12
$23.12
$39.34
$45.59
$31.50
$22.92
$23.02
$36.55
$10.32
$46.40
$14.58
$19.20
$31.90
$13.91
$32.56
$18.58
$20.82

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 51

Annual
Wage
$51,799
$71,472
$42,482
$49,393
$29,337
$37,674
$42,147
$116,432
$48,145
$58,958
$38,476
$60,488
$34,782
$29,719
$44,514
$25,142
$48,392
$33,293
$69,246
$27,011
$74,162
$41,770
$60,433
$62,444
$62,159
$56,932
$61,496
$28,448
$33,782
$46 707
$46,707
$36,903
$267,407
$47,818
$47,722
$77,502
$27,926
$27,842
$32,297
$28,569
$32,905
$54,988
$28,987
$60,795
$25,616
$31,809
$43,562
$62,285
$89,020
$53,978
$43,472
$40,052
$69,086
$20,702
$84,072
$27,078
$35,953
$53,792
$24,444
$57,410
$39,870
$35,794

SOC
Code

Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA MSA
Occupational Title

51-4121
13-1022
51-7042
43-9022
19-1023

Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Word Processors & Typists
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
157
43
37
12
50

$24.14
$30.47
$16.56
$13.99
$27.27

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 52

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$19.47
$20.49
$12.48
$10.66
$23.78

$23.28
$26.66
$15.09
$13.00
$27.37

$29.91
$38.04
$20.62
$16.83
$31.51

Annual
Wage
$50,225
$63,377
$34,435
$29,105
$56,725

Olympia, WA MSA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Thurston County
SOC
Code

Olympia, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

13-2011
11-3011
25-3011
41-3011
19-4011
39-3091
23-1022
17-1011
17-3011
51-2099
29-9091
27-4011
25-9011
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
19-1029
19-4021
43-3031
47-3011
27-4012
13-2031
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
13-1199
25-1011
51-3021
51-7011
29-2031
43-5011
47-2031
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
19-4031
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
49-9091
35-3021
53-2012

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising Sales Agents
Agricultural & Food Science Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Arbitrators, Mediators, & Conciliators
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Athletic Trainers
Audio & Video Equipment Technicians
Audio-Visual Collections Specialists
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Scientists, All Other
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Brick/Block/Stonemason & Tile/Marble Setter Helpers
Broadcast Technicians
Budget Analysts
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Business Teachers, Postsecondary
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenters
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Technicians
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Coin, Vending, & Amusement Machine Svcrs & Repairers
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Commercial Pilots

894
218
55
81
216
23
54
53
116
26
33
15
66
330
111
495
178
260
56
94
1,856
11
195
160
325
239
1,001
37
83
46
28
443
32
2,335
23
238
24
63
97
437
251
38
190
753
747
200
79
405
21
1,917

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$31.52
$40.71
$23.26
$23.52
$19.69
$10.00
$37.01
$36.85
$23.10
$14.34

$26.69
$33.97
$20.24
$12.39
$14.71
$9.31
$32.77
$35.03
$19.98
$12.64

$29.47
$39.94
$22.51
$19.76
$17.93
$9.47
$39.47
$38.67
$21.83
$14.08

$35.91
$45.78
$26.07
$27.49
$23.98
$10.22
$40.63
$38.68
$25.24
$16.25

$19.72
$22.19

$11.58
$19.72

$15.04
$22.05

$25.99
$24.98

$20.77
$15.04
$12.02
$18.84
$17.24
$38.57
$18.61
$20.07
$22.68
$16.96
$32.31
$22.36
$16.07
$26.15
$29.84

$16.93
$11.36
$9.62
$16.56
$13.96
$32.84
$15.62
$16.39
$20.48
$14.08
$28.04
$19.56
$13.78
$24.51
$25.00

$20.33
$15.50
$11.36
$18.43
$16.75
$38.80
$17.98
$19.93
$22.23
$16.48
$30.97
$22.96
$16.40
$26.71
$29.36

$23.65
$18.04
$13.82
$21.89
$19.91
$45.32
$20.84
$23.10
$25.06
$18.44
$35.94
$25.87
$18.37
$28.89
$33.12

$17.72
$16.63
$37.10
$25.59
$23.94
$30.65
$13.44
$20.40
$17.59
$19.24
$29.94
$71.68
$10.29
$22.98

$13.30
$12.47
$33.21
$20.28
$19.13
$25.41
$9.88
$14.74
$12.63
$15.58
$23.73
$52.61
$9.26
$18.05

$19.07
$16.89
$38.11
$25.89
$21.72
$30.22
$11.58
$19.92
$16.38
$20.10
$28.74
$61.20
$9.39
$24.72

$21.81
$21.04
$42.67
$31.20
$29.56
$36.55
$16.00
$25.25
$18.52
$22.33
$36.45
$79.80
$10.61
$26.07

$25.74
$36.33
$25.68
$12.48
$42.39

$24.17
$31.77
$21.92
$9.98
$31.12

$26.07
$35.88
$26.08
$11.37
$36.81

$27.37
$40.62
$28.05
$13.74
$45.15

$15.58
$17.50
$10.82

$12.95
$15.89
$9.33

$14.11
$18.01
$9.56

$17.87
$20.61
$11.68

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 53

Annual
Wage
$65,569
$84,676
$48,384
$48,912
$40,939
$20,789
$76,979
$76,636
$48,048
$29,822
$38,877
$41,014
$46,150
$43,201
$31,278
$25,004
$39,192
$35,873
$80,226
$38,701
$41,753
$47,171
$35,264
$67,196
$46,515
$33,407
$54,378
$62,084
$51,882
$36,869
$34,577
$77,167
$53,220
$49,806
$63,754
$27,961
$42,444
$36,583
$40,019
$62,281
$149,103
$21,402
$47,799
$53,524
$75,557
$53,427
$25,968
$88,180
$30,676
$32,410
$36,405
$22,503
$83,838

SOC
Code

Olympia, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

21-1099
11-3111
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1143
15-1152
15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
25-1021
15-1132
15-1133
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
51-4011
19-1031
47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
35-2019
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
13-1051
21-1019
41-2021
35 3022
35-3022
43-5021
43-4031
53-7021
43-4051
51-4031
43-9021
15-1141
41-9011
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
33-3021
29-2032
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
17-3019
53-3031
47-2081
19-3011
27-3041
11-9031
11-9039
11-9032
11-9033
25-1081
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023

Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Compensation and Benefits Managers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cost Estimators
Counselors, All Other
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants,
Attendants Cafeteria,
Cafeteria Concession
Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Crane & Tower Operators
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Demonstrators & Product Promoters
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Drafters, All Other
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Economists
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians

58
16
105
379
337
471
111
17
22
594
265
582
685
76
184
84
399
65
302
22
357
708
119
15
535
710
12
174
18
1,320
19
91
40
127
299
263
45
75
86
51
21
186
388
79
114
34
60
25
15
41
159
42
82
56
174
18

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$19.82
$38.78
$25.69
$28.93
$45.77
$40.45
$28.86
$33.43
$20.77
$39.50

$16.15
$35.91
$21.91
$24.80
$41.65
$37.73
$27.36
$30.99
$17.17
$26.13

$18.69
$38.88
$21.92
$28.74
$44.25
$41.64
$30.95
$33.20
$18.28
$39.76

$23.07
$43.97
$25.42
$32.52
$47.56
$41.65
$30.96
$35.32
$26.41
$52.03

$40.44
$44.22
$25.75
$34.16
$17.90
$16.63
$31.66
$32.78
$20.79
$42.68
$38.27
$13.18
$9.75
$13.92
$12.49
$10.14
$26.43
$27.00
$14.44
$10 41
$10.41
$14.76
$20.54
$30.90
$16.28
$13.03
$17.75
$31.84
$12.02
$20.28
$46.13
$21.51
$66.62
$30.15
$34.64
$25.61
$10.91
$10.37
$20.04
$26.21
$14.64
$19.53
$33.85
$27.58
$30.44
$41.57

$37.72
$41.64
$22.48
$33.34
$14.31
$13.17
$25.82
$31.15
$13.04
$27.63
$28.12
$9.30
$9.23
$11.28
$10.59
$9.34
$21.36
$22.90
$9.58
$9 27
$9.27
$10.77
$17.58
$21.34
$14.01
$11.22
$16.39
$26.46
$10.56
$18.07
$40.87
$14.37
$49.01
$27.85
$32.14
$18.53
$9.29
$9.34
$16.36
$24.11
$10.69
$12.85
$29.47
$20.55
$21.20
$34.19

$37.73
$41.65
$26.04
$34.17
$18.36
$14.48
$32.52
$32.65
$19.15
$34.45
$34.51
$9.47
$9.31
$13.61
$12.00
$9.53
$25.43
$27.83
$12.67
$9 40
$9.40
$11.90
$19.38
$31.61
$17.17
$12.95
$18.44
$31.26
$11.65
$20.49
$45.34
$21.51
$61.45
$30.01
$34.65
$26.12
$9.45
$9.76
$19.57
$26.64
$11.84
$16.88
$33.35
$23.71
$25.44
$41.60

$41.65
$41.65
$28.05
$34.18
$21.27
$17.81
$34.83
$34.58
$27.90
$52.55
$42.58
$17.20
$9.47
$16.37
$14.10
$10.80
$29.71
$32.50
$17.28
$10 20
$10.20
$18.63
$23.46
$41.11
$17.85
$14.65
$19.85
$37.86
$13.41
$22.56
$52.04
$28.35
$71.46
$31.55
$37.15
$32.45
$11.66
$11.06
$22.76
$29.16
$17.92
$25.71
$37.54
$31.76
$44.46
$46.86

$52.01

$36.03

$49.03

$57.56

$24.48
$30.08
$28.88

$18.33
$24.17
$26.71

$22.19
$29.60
$30.30

$30.95
$35.86
$30.31

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 54

Annual
Wage
$41,220
$80,664
$53,442
$60,193
$95,203
$84,156
$60,025
$69,532
$43,204
$82,165
$47,900
$84,125
$91,968
$53,545
$71,060
$37,233
$34,583
$65,847
$68,175
$43,240
$88,794
$79,599
$27,411
$20,266
$28,942
$25,971
$21,102
$54,978
$56,176
$30,044
$21 667
$21,667
$30,697
$42,717
$64,278
$33,861
$27,102
$36,913
$66,222
$25,004
$42,196
$95,956
$44,736
$138,573
$62,709
$72,039
$53,281
$22,684
$21,571
$41,676
$54,513
$30,445
$40,635
$70,401
$57,380
$63,315
$86,481
$102,255
$108,179
$68,980
$50,923
$62,549
$60,072

SOC
Code

Olympia, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

51-2022
17-2071
49-2094
47-2111
49-2096
17-2072
25-2021
43-4061
29-2041
13-1071
11-9041
17-2199
25-1123
17-2081
19-2041
43-6011
45-1011
45-2092
45-2093
43-4071
13-2051
43-3099
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
33-1021
33-2021
39-9031
27-1023
35-1012
35 2021
35-2021
51-3099
19-1012
35-3041
11-9051
19-4093
13-1131
43-3041
41-2012
39-1011
33-9031
11-1021
47-2121
27-1024
51-4033
39-5012
17-2111
21-1091
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
25-1125
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
17-2112

Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical Engineers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electricians
Electronic Equipment Installers/Repairers, Motor Veh
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineers, All Other
English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
File Clerks
Financial Analysts
Financial Clerks, All Other
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fire Inspectors & Investigators
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floral Designers
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Processing Workers, All Other
Food Scientists & Technologists
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Forest & Conservation Technicians
Fundraisers
Gaming Cage Wkrs
Gaming Change Persons & Booth Cashiers
Gaming Supervisors
Gaming Surveillance Officers & Gaming Investigators
General & Operations Mgrs
Glaziers
Graphic Designers
Grind/Lap/Polish/Buff Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
History Teachers, Postsecondary
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Engineers

14
24
53
255
20
21
950
140
51
557
145
81
25
113
382
1,294
23
50
38
61
80
30
541
67
306
99
20
306
40
616
360
12
203
81
36
47
60
38
28
1,157
68
121
12
372
14
44
128
64
67
64
11
81
191
115
90
136
148

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$17.06
$41.74
$31.47
$27.56
$15.28
$35.05

$10.13
$38.45
$29.54
$19.81
$11.60
$29.47

$17.00
$42.54
$31.65
$25.48
$14.72
$33.35

$22.76
$44.71
$31.66
$32.46
$19.10
$40.62

$20.33
$32.26
$27.80
$51.21
$29.34

$18.43
$26.72
$23.84
$44.69
$18.82

$20.36
$33.84
$28.05
$50.28
$31.72

$22.47
$39.11
$30.97
$55.61
$37.13

$43.91
$28.95
$24.19
$30.47
$11.56
$13.54
$11.57
$34.93
$23.21
$45.05
$30.25
$30.86
$40.61
$31.89
$19.60
$13.96
$15.53
$11 17
$11.17
$13.19
$35.44
$11.19
$24.06
$21.80
$23.30
$12.52
$11.18
$21.28
$15.60
$51.83
$23.96
$21.67
$15.74
$12.22
$39.47
$22.39
$28.72
$34.41
$17.76
$26.87
$21.21
$20.72

$38.67
$24.24
$19.38
$27.21
$9.85
$9.73
$9.66
$27.58
$20.05
$36.31
$21.39
$21.87
$33.08
$30.02
$14.00
$10.20
$12.21
$9 43
$9.43
$10.69
$32.63
$9.29
$19.03
$17.17
$19.62
$10.51
$10.17
$17.62
$11.33
$39.08
$15.32
$17.23
$13.67
$9.82
$33.35
$16.72
$22.00
$24.06
$15.51
$19.58
$16.52
$18.20

$42.68
$27.66
$23.03
$29.68
$10.78
$12.82
$11.24
$35.22
$21.89
$42.31
$26.92
$32.47
$40.88
$31.56
$19.59
$11.66
$15.22
$10 37
$10.37
$11.84
$34.97
$10.29
$21.96
$19.37
$22.39
$12.82
$10.98
$21.09
$15.64
$47.78
$18.51
$21.10
$15.48
$11.43
$38.67
$18.58
$31.01
$35.71
$17.21
$24.10
$20.51
$19.60

$42.70
$32.93
$27.23
$32.77
$11.70
$16.11
$13.29
$40.66
$23.72
$49.58
$36.91
$41.81
$49.42
$34.81
$22.64
$17.72
$17.69
$11 48
$11.48
$14.54
$36.95
$12.38
$27.33
$22.63
$26.73
$14.23
$11.78
$24.79
$18.81
$57.05
$36.70
$23.62
$17.63
$13.88
$42.68
$24.75
$35.06
$45.89
$18.97
$32.29
$26.04
$22.19

$12.99
$10.75
$11.61
$15.83
$19.23
$42.51
$37.90

$10.10
$9.32
$10.09
$12.10
$17.57
$36.67
$30.75

$12.67
$9.54
$11.24
$13.99
$20.22
$41.70
$38.82

$15.05
$11.17
$12.94
$18.29
$20.73
$48.77
$44.44

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 55

Annual
Wage
$35,496
$86,832
$65,447
$57,316
$31,783
$72,910
$59,733
$42,286
$67,115
$57,840
$106,520
$61,025
$56,624
$91,326
$60,206
$50,302
$63,365
$24,049
$28,167
$24,052
$72,640
$48,274
$93,696
$62,910
$64,191
$84,449
$66,341
$40,775
$29,039
$32,298
$23 235
$23,235
$27,444
$73,703
$23,287
$50,051
$45,348
$48,454
$26,046
$23,249
$44,271
$32,431
$107,797
$49,824
$45,077
$32,731
$25,403
$82,111
$46,572
$59,733
$71,575
$36,938
$55,886
$44,120
$43,114
$48,133
$27,003
$22,366
$24,135
$32,924
$40,007
$88,434
$78,840

SOC
Code

Olympia, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
15-1122
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
43-9041
41-3021
13-2053
43-4111
37-2011
51-9071
23-1023
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
19 4099
19-4099
33-9092
43-4131
13-2072
45-4022
13-1081
51-4041
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
13-1161
11-2021
31-9011
17-3013
17-2141
49-1011
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
31-9092
31-9093
29-2071
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1023
21-1014
27-1026
43-5041

Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Information Security Analysts
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Insurance Underwriters
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Jewelers & Precious Stone & Metal Wkrs
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Life Physical
Life,
Physical, & Social Science Technicians
Technicians, A/O
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Logging Equipment Operators
Logisticians
Machinists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Massage Therapists
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Meter Readers, Utilities

114
61
217
120
16
66
140
452
237
99
182
1,115
13
22
96
104
829
80
526
487
226
148
166
128
66
395
53
35
189
202
42
12
126
727
27
976
12
566
207
70
232
17
33
267
73
246
121
381
52
163
691
56
67
20
103
26
11

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$26.66
$38.09
$14.40
$18.02
$41.34
$18.14
$12.72
$19.86
$29.84
$19.83
$19.03
$23.89
$14.03
$13.46
$19.75
$64.48

$22.52
$28.31
$10.58
$16.28
$34.18
$14.91
$9.43
$14.07
$25.33
$17.90
$13.74
$20.23
$11.45
$10.20
$13.03
$36.68

$26.96
$31.45
$13.11
$17.58
$37.72
$17.30
$11.32
$18.38
$28.97
$20.83
$16.69
$21.91
$13.83
$12.41
$17.27
$61.87

$31.19
$36.77
$17.63
$20.58
$48.01
$21.17
$14.08
$24.67
$32.52
$20.84
$22.65
$24.18
$16.59
$15.90
$27.16
$80.94

$24.32
$15.14
$17.60
$12.94
$12.04
$42.57
$20.95
$26.34

$18.75
$11.38
$13.22
$10.48
$10.24
$32.53
$19.37
$19.08

$21.35
$15.04
$14.81
$12.13
$12.22
$38.65
$20.36
$25.24

$27.16
$18.49
$21.12
$14.33
$13.76
$47.42
$21.91
$32.42

$29.42
$13.40
$18.23
$21.17
$20 63
$20.63
$10.49
$17.28
$31.23
$24.63
$30.34
$17.75
$11.56
$15.21
$21.03
$21.42
$30.34
$27.19
$62.30
$26.05
$22.21
$43.72
$31.15
$17.27
$25.54
$49.53
$26.84
$16.49
$16.13
$19.52
$18.33
$18.26
$22.45
$28.58
$20.87
$13.79
$24.21

$24.70
$11.16
$15.55
$18.15
$17 25
$17.25
$9.35
$13.80
$23.27
$20.26
$21.63
$14.49
$9.56
$12.04
$16.04
$17.61
$23.04
$19.65
$38.96
$18.81
$19.98
$38.67
$26.70
$14.68
$17.52
$39.49
$21.22
$13.82
$14.09
$15.07
$14.81
$16.23
$16.39
$24.27
$15.01
$10.11
$20.72

$30.03
$13.16
$18.38
$21.02
$20 29
$20.29
$9.64
$17.05
$28.17
$23.80
$32.62
$17.55
$10.80
$14.31
$20.76
$20.88
$28.04
$25.33
$48.95
$27.60
$22.19
$43.28
$30.86
$17.51
$25.61
$44.93
$27.68
$16.25
$15.89
$18.71
$17.98
$18.11
$24.08
$29.11
$19.45
$12.94
$22.28

$33.82
$15.38
$20.29
$24.08
$23 68
$23.68
$11.14
$20.56
$35.41
$27.97
$36.20
$21.17
$12.85
$17.21
$25.90
$24.40
$32.52
$29.99
$79.18
$32.61
$25.20
$49.86
$35.56
$20.39
$31.86
$55.56
$32.82
$18.55
$17.99
$23.73
$21.52
$20.79
$28.57
$33.53
$25.48
$17.09
$23.85

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 56

Annual
Wage
$55,451
$79,217
$29,936
$37,494
$85,980
$37,719
$26,463
$41,316
$62,062
$41,230
$39,589
$49,690
$29,186
$27,989
$41,081
$134,118
$52,659
$50,582
$31,484
$36,605
$26,927
$25,038
$88,546
$43,583
$54,806
$41,213
$61,184
$27,874
$37,911
$44,014
$42 915
$42,915
$21,809
$35,939
$64,944
$51,238
$63,109
$36,925
$24,033
$31,628
$43,745
$44,567
$63,098
$56,544
$129,600
$54,196
$46,192
$90,935
$64,812
$35,932
$53,139
$103,025
$55,826
$34,290
$33,560
$40,604
$38,123
$37,976
$46,702
$59,465
$43,402
$28,675
$50,348

SOC
Code

Olympia, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

11-9199
25-2022
51-9023
49-3042
27-2042
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
31-2011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
15-2031
29-2057
29-2081
29-1041
43-4151
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
51-9122
51 9123
51-9123
23-2011
53-6021
41-2022
43-3051
39-9021
13-2052
39-1021
37-2021
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
31-9097
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
25-1199
25-2011
51-5113
51-5112
21-1092
43-3061
27-2012

Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Musicians & Singers
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapist Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Operations Research Analysts
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians
Opticians, Dispensing
Optometrists
Order Clerks
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Painting Coating
Painting,
Coating, & Decorating Wkrs
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Lot Attendants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pest Control Wkrs
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Phlebotomists
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Print Binding and Finishing Workers
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Producers & Directors

433
388

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$40.29

$33.88

$38.10

$44.25

25
72
95
18
166
72
167
117
360
40
199
92

$19.20
$29.77
$13.96
$42.25
$35.00
$16.52
$12.75
$26.88
$43.10
$12.31
$31.22
$26.06
$37.64
$26.12
$15.57
$15.22
$16.35
$25.50
$34.62
$19.66
$18.99
$85.30
$15.30
$16.38
$16.16
$11.60
$18.83
$22.41
$17 46
$17.46
$23.26
$11.85
$15.74
$17.61
$11.85
$51.33
$18.38
$16.83
$54.45
$13.01
$19.72
$21.02
$15.35
$63.93
$12.41
$26.03
$38.21
$53.92
$28.08
$42.39
$33.74
$25.05
$26.10
$24.51

$17.27
$24.67
$11.30
$36.83
$33.34
$15.13
$9.44
$22.26
$39.29
$10.68
$28.04
$23.87
$32.91
$19.82
$12.91
$13.12
$14.13
$19.04
$29.00
$16.93
$16.14
$52.25
$12.51
$13.92
$11.53
$9.38
$15.88
$13.31
$16 18
$16.18
$17.80
$10.71
$12.20
$12.43
$10.25
$26.25
$14.46
$15.11
$48.34
$12.38
$16.86
$15.20
$11.85
$35.09
$11.20
$24.20
$33.29
$48.37
$22.34
$38.07
$30.92
$25.87
$25.54
$24.69

$19.88
$28.30
$13.05
$41.96
$35.89
$16.69
$11.22
$26.38
$42.52
$12.00
$30.22
$26.22
$39.42
$25.39
$14.81
$15.06
$17.05
$23.54
$37.30
$19.05
$18.99
$73.07
$14.62
$15.60
$16.53
$9.72
$17.50
$21.60
$17 31
$17.31
$24.85
$11.62
$15.63
$17.77
$11.64
$58.75
$17.20
$16.67
$54.95
$13.29
$19.82
$23.88
$13.94
$62.55
$12.55
$26.32
$38.04
$54.44
$28.12
$42.11
$33.69
$25.88
$27.53
$25.87

$21.73
$34.45
$14.51
$45.09
$37.73
$18.15
$14.41
$30.68
$47.42
$13.72
$33.01
$28.58
$43.30
$30.96
$18.07
$16.43
$17.95
$30.71
$40.81
$22.05
$22.03
$91.68
$17.68
$18.06
$20.63
$13.39
$20.28
$26.93
$18 43
$18.43
$28.05
$12.96
$18.56
$22.04
$13.39
$75.02
$21.45
$18.22
$63.41
$14.20
$22.54
$26.94
$20.10
$74.03
$13.77
$28.44
$43.50
$61.05
$34.08
$46.45
$38.38
$26.44
$27.54
$25.88

149
35
62
194
36
27

$12.88
$18.15
$18.59
$23.33
$18.86
$21.08

$9.95
$13.70
$15.36
$21.91
$16.91
$15.86

$11.47
$17.27
$17.72
$24.78
$18.05
$19.16

$14.70
$25.24
$21.48
$26.07
$20.71
$26.77

35
230
913
132
175
137
73
528
114
34
87
1,084
171
2,273
23
146
26
43
75
21
101
42
376
340
28
224
202
104
631
144
31
143
209

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 57

Annual
Wage
$83,794
$59,642
$39,944
$61,921
$87,891
$72,804
$34,376
$26,516
$55,902
$89,648
$25,600
$64,932
$54,211
$78,292
$54,344
$32,385
$31,652
$34,006
$53,031
$72,004
$40,909
$39,494
$177,432
$31,807
$34,069
$33,608
$24,126
$39,164
$46,624
$36 316
$36,316
$48,385
$24,646
$32,743
$36,621
$24,655
$106,779
$38,238
$35,005
$113,269
$27,051
$41,005
$43,729
$31,934
$132,985
$25,813
$54,147
$79,482
$112,151
$58,410
$88,165
$70,196
$52,107
$54,300
$50,988
$35,824
$26,799
$37,742
$38,681
$48,538
$39,235
$43,852

SOC
Code

Olympia, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
11-2031
27-3031
13-1023
11-3061
49-2021
29-2034
41-9022
43-4171
39-9032
29-1141
21-1015
27-3022
41-1011
41-2031
47-2181
41-9099
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
49 2098
49-2098
33-9032
25-3021
51-6031
43-5071
11-9151
21-1093
19-4061
19-3099
21-1029
19-1013
25-2052
25-2053
25-2054
29-1127
43-9111
15-2041
43-5081
47-2022
21-1011
25-3098
29-1067
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092

Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radio Mechanics
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reporters & Correspondents
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Roofers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Sewing Machine Operators
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Science Research Assistants
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Soil & Plant Scientists
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Statistical Assistants
Statisticians
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Stonemasons
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers

189
87
135
105
148
57
103
121
358
426
44
72
143
610
267
1,645
178
12
1,025
3,635
121
106
130
286
584
149
546
1,299
99
23
278
248
11
290
332
428
24
68

118
43
69
102
124
184
1,326
15
100
658
22
58
22
31
79
37
25
130
1,328
189
74

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$24.41
$13.92
$10.52
$20.34
$25.94
$27.02
$15.88
$49.78
$28.46
$26.86
$42.63
$22.45
$27.03
$26.84
$13.41
$12.09
$37.92
$24.09
$14.65
$21.33
$12.95
$14.96
$13.79
$44.57
$24.25
$24.14
$33.88

$19.28
$11.41
$9.28
$15.57
$21.02
$17.57
$11.59
$37.15
$23.66
$22.48
$34.20
$16.25
$22.26
$23.60
$10.55
$9.60
$31.50
$18.89
$12.73
$15.46
$9.83
$10.83
$10.22
$31.24
$14.28
$16.73
$25.04

$22.55
$13.60
$9.40
$20.18
$23.37
$29.45
$13.57
$42.94
$28.52
$26.69
$38.91
$21.84
$26.31
$29.64
$12.77
$11.10
$38.57
$24.79
$14.15
$20.37
$11.44
$12.90
$12.41
$35.68
$20.87
$20.76
$32.74

$27.35
$16.15
$10.17
$24.89
$28.72
$35.85
$17.93
$50.32
$33.05
$30.97
$45.13
$32.20
$31.03
$32.49
$15.57
$13.37
$44.51
$27.37
$16.38
$24.90
$14.55
$16.82
$16.45
$50.76
$30.98
$27.18
$41.28

$17.80
$26.04
$21 57
$21.57
$14.13
$21.27
$15.88
$16.40
$35.07
$12.27
$25.12
$36.46
$15.08
$28.75

$15.23
$16.46
$19 30
$19.30
$10.70
$15.91
$14.65
$12.89
$31.07
$9.52
$19.38
$27.37
$11.20
$23.46

$17.17
$18.17
$22 00
$22.00
$12.81
$18.92
$16.27
$16.05
$34.44
$10.73
$25.41
$38.27
$13.20
$28.54

$20.53
$23.21
$25 10
$25.10
$16.36
$25.69
$17.57
$19.23
$39.49
$14.03
$29.31
$44.84
$16.68
$34.52

$33.26
$19.40
$29.43
$13.18
$21.05
$21.38
$17.26
$123.17
$24.28
$22.69
$36.25
$14.14
$12.11
$18.50
$16.04

$29.42
$14.68
$22.35
$9.82
$15.47
$17.53
$15.72
$91.41
$19.11
$18.39
$28.75
$11.96
$10.12
$11.91
$12.71

$33.68
$18.43
$27.81
$11.87
$18.78
$20.99
$17.21
$91.69
$24.11
$21.32
$33.35
$13.49
$11.22
$14.22
$16.24

$37.92
$24.18
$35.81
$15.25
$26.77
$24.80
$18.72
$91.98
$29.81
$26.70
$42.14
$14.88
$13.80
$26.28
$19.22

$13.44

$10.56

$12.36

$16.27

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 58

Annual
Wage
$50,774
$28,955
$21,874
$42,314
$53,972
$56,197
$33,020
$103,538
$59,206
$55,866
$88,681
$46,695
$56,238
$55,829
$27,902
$25,152
$78,870
$50,127
$30,474
$44,372
$26,945
$31,119
$28,682
$92,707
$50,448
$50,204
$70,477
$61,936
$37,015
$54,176
$44 874
$44,874
$29,379
$44,243
$33,022
$34,116
$72,948
$25,515
$52,254
$75,849
$31,375
$59,803
$57,601
$56,918
$61,135
$69,177
$40,358
$61,197
$27,402
$43,774
$44,469
$35,902
$256,197
$50,492
$47,195
$75,400
$29,423
$25,205
$38,476
$33,379
$30,285
$45,180
$27,946

SOC
Code

Olympia, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

27-3042
49-2022
41-9041
43-3071
47-2044
49-3093
23-2093
39-7011
11-3131
13-1151
53-6051
11-3071
53-1031
41-3041
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
13-1022
51-7042
19-1023

Tech Writers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telemarketers
Tellers
Tile & Marble Setters
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tour Guides and Escorts
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation Inspectors
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Travel Agents
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

20
117
395
18
145
17
12
36
106
27
46
109
17
832
699
385
48
110
68
109
1,479
85
137
54
27
207

$31.65
$25.62
$11.15
$14.22
$21.14
$16.55
$21.68
$19.80
$41.51
$30.00
$30.22
$39.07
$28.21
$17.32
$20.16
$16.69
$33.76
$13.80
$38.14
$10.60
$15.90
$29.97
$11.77
$27.03
$25.86
$16.21
$23.44
$23.03
$22.41
$31.63

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 59

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$28.63
$21.06
$9.80
$12.14
$16.69
$11.15
$16.35
$14.13
$35.87
$22.98
$23.12
$32.36
$20.67
$15.13
$17.24
$14.78
$30.21
$10.88
$32.65
$9.35
$13.65
$21.80
$9.29
$23.79
$19.22
$12.71
$17.46
$18.29
$15.34
$27.36

$32.19
$25.96
$10.83
$14.12
$20.98
$15.64
$21.12
$16.43
$39.31
$30.97
$25.49
$36.24
$29.89
$17.05
$20.16
$16.81
$33.34
$13.95
$36.91
$10.19
$15.63
$28.16
$9.51
$26.83
$23.95
$15.21
$21.03
$22.93
$18.60
$28.75

$35.17
$31.14
$11.90
$16.48
$25.60
$21.38
$26.80
$25.24
$48.05
$36.49
$38.56
$41.67
$35.02
$19.80
$22.82
$18.46
$36.82
$16.83
$44.12
$11.39
$17.88
$40.06
$13.66
$29.92
$32.77
$20.03
$26.72
$26.83
$32.28
$34.82

Annual
Wage
$65,815
$53,286
$23,192
$29,572
$43,978
$34,413
$45,103
$41,180
$86,346
$62,388
$62,858
$81,259
$58,679
$36,032
$41,933
$34,696
$70,228
$28,705
$79,343
$22,042
$33,073
$62,346
$24,477
$56,231
$53,784
$33,720
$48,736
$47,906
$46,615
$65,772

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 60

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Clackamas, Columbia, Multnoma,
Washington and Yamhill, OR; and
Clark and Skamania, WA Counties
SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

13-2011
27-2011
15-2011
11-3011
25-3011
11-2011
41-3011
17-2011
13-1011
19-4011
45-2091
45-2011
53-1011
49-3011
51-2011
39-3091
29-1061
33-9011
39-2011
19-3091
25 1061
25-1061
13-2021
23-1022
17-1011
17-3011
25-4011
25-1062
27-1011
25-1121
27-1019
51-2099
29-9091
19-2021
25-1051
27-4011
29-1181
25-9011
49-3021
49-3023
39-6011
33-3011
51-3011
35-3011
49-3091
43-3011
43-3021
19-1021
25-1042
19-1029
19-4021
17-2031
43-3031

Accountants & Auditors
Actors
Actuaries
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising & Promotions Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Aerospace Engineers
Agents/Business Mgrs of Artists, Performers, Athletes
Agricultural & Food Science Technicians
Agricultural Equipment Operators
Agricultural Inspectors
Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Aircraft Structure/Surface/Rigging/System Assemblers
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Anesthesiologists
Animal Control Wkrs
Animal Trainers
Anthropologists & Archeologists
Anthropology & Archeology Teachers
Teachers, Postsecondary
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Arbitrators, Mediators, & Conciliators
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Archivists
Area, Ethnic, & Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsec
Art Directors
Art, Drama, & Music Teachers, Postsecondary
Artists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Athletic Trainers
Atmospheric & Space Scientists
Atmospheric/Earth/Marine/Space Sci Teachers, Postsec
Audio & Video Equipment Technicians
Audiologists
Audio-Visual Collections Specialists
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Baggage Porters & Bellhops
Bailiffs
Bakers
Bartenders
Bicycle Repairers
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biochemists & Biophysicists
Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Biological Scientists, All Other
Biological Technicians
Biomedical Engineers
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
7,933
149
263
1,948
519
250
895
60
35
161
97
99
66
734
344
1,891
55
77
159
62
526
58
1,176
835
28
116
459
1,401
101
3,818
139
64
387
83
103
765
3,985
207
62
1,335
6,029
3,152
3,595
29
396
378
1,014
136
14,691

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$31.46

$23.85

$29.24

$36.97

$65,445

$45.98
$39.59
$23.29
$42.99
$28.10
$42.20
$19.41
$17.75
$18.24
$22.33
$18.64
$27.64

$35.95
$28.91
$18.25
$32.35
$18.40
$32.56
$13.54
$14.04
$16.20
$16.16
$12.21
$22.96

$42.16
$38.01
$22.33
$41.00
$22.81
$42.67
$18.45
$17.75
$19.50
$22.74
$14.75
$27.18

$51.08
$46.56
$27.27
$48.14
$32.83
$53.79
$24.51
$21.00
$21.34
$29.38
$24.98
$30.31

$95,638
$82,361
$48,447
$89,418
$58,444
$87,782
$40,366
$36,923
$37,940
$46,446
$38,767
$57,482

$10.49
$126.94
$21.48
$19.65
$31.93

$9.21
$91.46
$18.34
$11.70
$22.21

$9.47
$91.73
$21.10
$19.58
$31.32

$11.00
$91.99
$24.02
$26.32
$40.28

$26.99
$29.18
$34.89
$24.41
$26.90

$18.13
$24.59
$26.62
$20.69
$24.41

$26.07
$28.33
$33.48
$23.46
$26.97

$32.08
$34.17
$41.14
$27.96
$29.61

$32.85

$24.18

$29.47

$39.55

$21.77
$16.87

$12.51
$11.91

$19.94
$14.56

$25.25
$22.54

$49.69

$40.63

$46.29

$56.86

$21.25
$39.35
$20.82
$21.07
$21.44
$9.59
$19.61
$14.74
$11.50
$12.35
$17.34
$18.01
$42.62

$15.47
$32.75
$16.76
$16.27
$16.09
$9.11
$17.82
$11.40
$9.20
$9.92
$14.38
$14.98
$33.27

$18.29
$38.59
$19.12
$19.95
$20.76
$9.30
$20.04
$14.06
$10.39
$11.98
$16.87
$17.43
$39.43

$26.29
$42.97
$22.98
$24.19
$26.36
$9.54
$21.77
$17.64
$13.46
$13.78
$19.49
$20.68
$45.86

$39.01
$20.26
$45.08
$18.95

$32.44
$15.95
$35.32
$15.18

$38.09
$19.48
$40.85
$18.07

$43.61
$22.92
$48.98
$22.10

$21,813
$264,030
$44,679
$40,881
$66,410
$93 820
$93,820
$56,160
$60,710
$72,568
$50,772
$55,962
$70,401
$68,342
$69,549
$45,287
$35,081
$45,206
$103,356
$88,503
$44,191
$81,843
$43,314
$43,822
$44,607
$19,954
$40,792
$30,661
$23,915
$25,690
$36,075
$37,474
$88,658
$78,324
$81,138
$42,150
$93,766
$39,411

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 61

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

47-3011
47-2021
27-4012
43-4011
13-2031
37-2019
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
13-1199
25-1011
51-3021
51-7011
27-4031
53-5021
29-2031
47-3012
47-2031
47-2041
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
51-9191
35-1011
17-2041
51-9011
51-8091
19-4031
25-1052
19-2031
11 1011
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
51-9192
21-2011
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
51-2021
49-9091
35-3021
27-1021
53-2012
25-1122
21-1099
21-1094
11-3111
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1111
15-1143
15-1152
15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
25-1021

Brick/Block/Stonemason & Tile/Marble Setter Helpers
Brickmasons & Blockmasons
Broadcast Technicians
Brokerage Clerks
Budget Analysts
Building Cleaning Wkrs, All Other
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Business Teachers, Postsecondary
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Camera Ops, Television, Video, & Motion Picture
Captains, Mates, & Pilots of Water Vessels
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians
Carpenter Helpers
Carpenters
Carpet Installers
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Cementing & Gluing Machine Operators & Tenders
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Engineers
Chemical Equipment Operators & Tenders
Chemical Plant & System Operators
Chemical Technicians
Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Cleaning/Washing/Metal Pickling Equipment Ops/Tenders
Clergy
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Coil Winders, Tapers, & Finishers
Coin, Vending, & Amusement Machine Svcrs & Repairers
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Commercial & Industrial Designers
Commercial Pilots
Communications Teachers, Postsecondary
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Community Health Workers
Compensation and Benefits Managers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer and Information Scientists, Research
Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
149
389
186
382
405
16
1,840
3,591
10,185
492
767
1,013
104
120
306
54
5,306
466
446
20,082
876
77
860
163
65
143
223
179
698
1 351
1,351
3,114
1,841
528
779
3,229
2,108
2,183
179
1,636
807
2,220
871
338
122
21,391
202
452
258
565
179
114
522
1,385
3,033
22
1,058
1,528
3,147
281
2,416
189

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$18.46
$32.06
$20.88
$20.41
$35.26
$11.75
$22.99
$15.47
$21.38
$31.57

$15.73
$30.26
$12.19
$16.88
$28.34
$10.55
$19.25
$12.53
$14.64
$21.86

$18.34
$32.61
$18.89
$19.42
$33.31
$11.59
$23.41
$15.44
$23.69
$29.39

$21.18
$34.94
$28.23
$22.35
$41.06
$13.08
$27.20
$18.39
$26.82
$39.87

$17.59
$16.69
$26.87
$36.88
$30.62
$14.28
$21.72
$17.64
$32.84
$11.81
$23.44
$19.22
$21.42
$41.81
$22.86
$24.81
$21.18

$13.68
$13.62
$18.63
$33.23
$21.38
$9.91
$16.07
$10.90
$25.10
$9.40
$17.25
$16.90
$15.70
$38.45
$18.80
$21.92
$15.25

$19.02
$16.29
$22.72
$38.04
$31.72
$14.73
$21.04
$14.79
$29.43
$10.61
$23.80
$19.05
$18.69
$41.85
$22.91
$25.65
$21.14

$21.45
$19.08
$33.43
$41.97
$39.61
$17.68
$27.64
$22.18
$37.85
$13.34
$27.99
$21.54
$24.30
$45.26
$27.09
$28.19
$25.87

$34.62
$103.80
$103
80
$10.96
$22.18
$28.93
$28.60
$38.75
$32.54
$12.64
$12.85
$24.23
$36.15

$26.99
$76 32
$76.32
$9.27
$17.40
$17.95
$24.49
$30.50
$26.75
$9.47
$10.15
$14.14
$26.59

$32.90
$91 00
$91.00
$10.19
$21.30
$23.02
$28.04
$37.48
$32.53
$11.48
$11.41
$24.19
$35.10

$37.89
$91 13
$91.13
$11.91
$26.07
$33.49
$32.87
$46.70
$37.87
$14.82
$14.24
$32.03
$44.48

$17.01
$12.61
$18.39
$10.35
$41.04

$14.69
$10.76
$15.78
$9.21
$30.23

$16.92
$11.99
$17.64
$9.44
$34.64

$19.14
$14.30
$20.88
$10.95
$43.53

$19.34
$19.86
$49.77
$28.33
$32.69
$56.43
$41.20
$61.17
$28.67
$39.34
$18.59
$34.19

$15.01
$15.72
$39.53
$20.32
$25.28
$44.46
$32.50
$41.89
$21.83
$28.76
$14.61
$24.28

$17.73
$19.50
$48.42
$26.59
$31.49
$54.16
$35.88
$52.01
$27.93
$38.06
$17.92
$35.36

$22.72
$22.33
$60.06
$35.60
$38.78
$66.28
$51.89
$66.35
$34.49
$47.65
$22.23
$43.31

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 62

Annual
Wage
$38,399
$66,691
$43,432
$42,446
$73,344
$24,438
$47,832
$32,182
$44,473
$65,666
$75,276
$36,590
$34,705
$55,888
$76,723
$63,695
$29,712
$45,187
$36,682
$68,322
$24,564
$48,757
$39,984
$44,555
$86,981
$47,543
$51,621
$44,042
$86,720
$72,007
$215 898
$215,898
$22,791
$46,140
$60,165
$59,481
$80,594
$67,695
$26,290
$26,715
$50,388
$75,188
$37,331
$35,395
$26,240
$38,245
$21,537
$85,370
$57,364
$67,301
$40,229
$41,312
$103,519
$58,928
$68,002
$117,374
$85,709
$127,232
$59,626
$81,833
$38,665
$71,115
$87,658

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

15-1132
15-1133
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
51-4011
39-6012
19-1031
47-4011
47-4099
47-2061
11-9021
47-3019
47-1011
49-9012
53-7011
35-2019
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
51-9193
33-3012
33-1011
43-4021
13-1051
39-3092
21-1019
41-2021
35-3022
43 5021
43-5021
23-2091
43-4031
53-7021
13-2041
43-4041
25-1111
33-9091
51-9021
25-4012
43-4051
51-4031
51-9031
51-9032
43-9021
15-1141
41-9011
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1029
29-1021
27-1029
43-9031
33-3021
29-2032
29-2051
29-1031
35-9011
21-2021
35-9021
43-5032

Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Concierges
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction & Related Wkrs, All Other
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades, All Other Helpers
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Conveyor Operators & Tenders
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cooling & Freezing Equipment Operators & Tenders
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Correctional Officers, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Correspondence Clerks
Cost Estimators
Costume Attendants
Counselors, All Other
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court Reporters
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Crane & Tower Operators
Credit Analysts
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, & Clerks
Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsec
Crossing Guards
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Curators
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Cutters & Trimmers, Hand
Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Demonstrators & Product Promoters
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, All Other Specialists
Dentists, General
Designers, All Other
Desktop Publishers
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietetic Technicians
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Directors, Religious Activities & Education
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
5,740
3,110
4,976
3,428
999
1,877
155
175
745
420
5,637
2,387
202
3,122
288
122
156
3,484
2,524
10,052
1,016
49
1,407
193
52
2,469
325
3,051
3,005
523
89
904
283
332
29
487
252
54
17,561
1,302
117
347
1,956
955
1,030
3,155
2,461
386
96
767
65
83
514
309
58
299
2,039
932
4,036
1,662

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$44.39
$48.15
$26.39
$42.57
$18.32
$18.95
$14.04
$41.94
$29.73
$21.21
$18.45
$42.49
$16.45
$31.34
$28.55
$15.05
$12.73
$9.89
$13.42
$12.16
$11.08
$17.56
$26.85
$38.62
$16.13
$32.18
$21.49
$19.91
$13.07
$10.50
$15 24
$15.24

$35.53
$37.65
$18.13
$33.68
$13.98
$13.81
$10.87
$29.96
$23.42
$18.17
$13.38
$32.09
$10.65
$23.79
$24.31
$12.62
$10.45
$9.17
$10.91
$10.07
$9.85
$13.27
$22.07
$33.38
$13.80
$23.28
$13.05
$11.08
$9.53
$9.21
$12 08
$12.08

$43.95
$48.88
$23.30
$41.11
$17.39
$17.36
$12.82
$38.16
$30.41
$20.78
$17.52
$39.88
$14.46
$31.37
$28.59
$13.87
$11.77
$9.39
$12.86
$11.21
$10.74
$19.24
$27.19
$38.29
$16.05
$32.41
$17.15
$19.12
$11.38
$9.40
$14 42
$14.42

$53.59
$57.42
$29.19
$49.91
$21.64
$22.90
$15.09
$44.83
$35.27
$23.92
$23.42
$49.07
$20.72
$38.81
$33.45
$16.31
$14.63
$10.36
$15.04
$13.25
$11.62
$21.54
$32.01
$43.81
$18.10
$40.32
$31.30
$27.55
$15.23
$10.64
$18 66
$18.66

$92,319
$100,144
$54,882
$88,563
$38,114
$39,400
$29,206
$87,235
$61,844
$44,111
$38,382
$88,392
$34,231
$65,190
$59,382
$31,299
$26,481
$20,568
$27,925
$25,277
$23,052
$36,521
$55,853
$80,326
$33,537
$66,933
$44,701
$41,406
$27,183
$21,823
$31 684
$31,684

$20.04
$28.60
$30.39
$18.60

$16.72
$19.37
$24.44
$15.30

$20.10
$26.02
$29.37
$18.03

$22.38
$39.61
$35.34
$21.58

$18.49
$14.78
$28.81
$17.13
$15.77
$11.79
$18.07
$14.00
$38.11
$11.97
$19.46
$39.55
$18.52

$13.57
$11.89
$19.97
$13.46
$11.85
$9.73
$15.48
$11.60
$28.52
$10.16
$16.64
$36.74
$13.24

$19.14
$13.76
$22.90
$16.23
$15.35
$11.16
$17.49
$13.40
$38.57
$10.92
$19.04
$40.36
$17.43

$22.06
$16.42
$33.43
$19.84
$18.79
$13.28
$20.75
$15.52
$48.26
$11.69
$22.08
$43.79
$23.41

$41,678
$59,498
$63,214
$38,695
$67,221
$38,463
$30,746
$59,923
$35,627
$32,791
$24,528
$37,585
$29,119
$79,271
$24,902
$40,492
$82,263
$38,520

$96.79
$31.82
$19.43
$37.69
$40.59
$17.50
$29.96
$10.23
$18.73
$9.75
$19.46

$65.63
$10.95
$16.29
$28.70
$37.41
$11.50
$25.52
$9.12
$9.93
$9.13
$14.13

$91.27
$27.01
$18.69
$36.81
$41.13
$19.18
$30.59
$9.30
$18.42
$9.33
$17.88

$91.77
$36.70
$22.39
$45.04
$44.70
$21.50
$35.40
$9.55
$23.02
$10.01
$22.87

$201,340
$66,181
$40,426
$78,390
$84,424
$36,383
$62,319
$21,285
$38,956
$20,277
$40,479

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 63

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

41-9091
17-3019
51-4032
53-3031
47-2081
47-5021
25-1063
19-3011
27-3041
11-9031
11-9039
11-9032
11-9033
25-1081
25-9099
21-1012
49-2092
17-3023
51-2022
17-3012
17-2071
49-9051
49-2094
49-2095
47-3013
47-2111
51-2023
17-3024
49-2096
49-2097
17 2072
17-2072
49-2093
25-2021
47-4021
43-4061
11-9161
29-2041
13-1071
51-2031
11-9041
25-1032
17-3029
17-2199
25-1123
27-2099
39-3099
17-3025
17-2081
19-4091
25-1053
19-2041
19-1041
51-9194
53-7032
43-6011
29-1128
51-9041
51-4021
51-6092
45-4021
29-1062
25-9021

Door-To-Door Sales Wkrs, News/Street Vendors
Drafters, All Other
Drilling/Boring Machine Tool Setters/Ops/Tenders
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Earth Drillers, Not Oil & Gas
Economics Teachers, Postsecondary
Economists
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electric Motor, Power Tool, & Related Repairers
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical & Electronics Drafters
Electrical Engineers
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse/Relay
Electrician Helpers
Electricians
Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers
Electro-Mechanical Technicians
Electronic Equipment Installers/Repairers, Motor Veh
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Install/Repair
Electronics Engineers
Engineers, Not Computer
Electronics Install/Repair, Transprtn Equipmt
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Elevator Installers & Repairers
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Management Directors
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engine & Other Machine Assemblers
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other
English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Entertainers & Performers, Sports & Related Wkrs, A/O
Entertainment Attendants & Related Wkrs, A/O
Environmental Engineering Technicians
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Epidemiologists
Etchers & Engravers
Excavating & Loading Machine & Dragline Operators
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Exercise Physiologists
Extrude/Form/Press/Compact Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Extruding/Drawing Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Fabric & Apparel Patternmakers
Fallers
Family & General Practitioners
Farm & Home Management Advisors

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
191
374
104
4,048
896
84
85
622
273
255
1,341
1,081
519
1,805
1,502
118
2,631
2,709
305
1,466
412
677
52
138
4,872
509
260
169
2,249
2
249
170
7,013
23
750
51
1,110
3,621
235
2,505
153
694
1,412
536
156
45
110
434
182
49
727
31
166
378
3,932
17
286
116
546
48

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$13.22
$26.31
$25.96
$15.62
$25.82
$20.60

$9.63
$19.71
$15.25
$12.51
$21.16
$14.09

$11.48
$23.27
$24.38
$14.36
$24.87
$20.60

$15.96
$33.52
$38.68
$19.02
$30.49
$24.96

$42.07
$26.50
$21.33
$36.77

$32.68
$14.58
$17.05
$22.96

$41.66
$25.59
$20.13
$31.18

$51.85
$33.88
$22.96
$44.20

$45.10

$27.57

$35.14

$53.53

$21.74
$27.21
$18.12
$28.28
$15.59
$27.33
$44.31
$35.60
$29.67
$36.91
$19.91
$35.15
$13.74
$23.51
$13.43
$14.89
$50 70
$50.70
$34.98

$12.88
$21.92
$9.37
$22.42
$12.73
$21.74
$33.08
$27.35
$23.19
$32.12
$13.98
$29.17
$10.22
$18.63
$9.33
$9.46
$40 43
$40.43
$24.09

$20.38
$27.57
$17.68
$27.55
$14.93
$25.83
$43.19
$40.38
$30.30
$36.72
$20.20
$37.70
$12.74
$22.61
$13.37
$12.56
$48 78
$48.78
$39.98

$29.05
$32.99
$24.34
$33.52
$17.83
$29.90
$53.25
$42.48
$34.78
$42.58
$24.79
$42.24
$16.55
$27.37
$16.66
$20.34
$59 49
$59.49
$43.65

$43.60
$19.74
$40.22
$21.50
$29.00
$18.75
$65.94

$39.63
$16.09
$31.96
$16.55
$20.69
$15.34
$53.78

$42.29
$19.86
$39.76
$19.92
$27.09
$19.24
$63.44

$44.93
$22.81
$45.33
$25.72
$35.83
$22.11
$74.35

$27.91
$46.73

$21.28
$34.56

$27.39
$46.40

$34.41
$56.04

$12.95
$10.88
$31.09
$40.13
$24.17

$9.63
$9.33
$27.02
$31.15
$19.58

$12.19
$9.83
$32.09
$39.87
$24.43

$14.67
$11.85
$36.07
$49.13
$28.49

$35.03
$35.96
$12.85
$26.24
$24.19
$24.75
$13.37
$17.61
$21.50
$25.22
$91.08
$26.61

$28.32
$25.74
$10.66
$18.86
$19.97
$21.18
$9.91
$13.64
$19.35
$21.05
$71.92
$20.36

$35.92
$34.23
$12.46
$29.28
$23.72
$24.34
$11.62
$16.92
$21.25
$23.90
$84.47
$26.92

$41.27
$35.92
$14.59
$33.62
$28.13
$28.12
$15.33
$21.04
$23.15
$29.55
$91.55
$33.33

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 64

Annual
Wage
$27,496
$54,723
$53,984
$32,494
$53,701
$42,849
$104,285
$87,490
$55,110
$44,354
$76,496
$101,560
$93,809
$62,851
$45,230
$56,583
$37,687
$58,818
$32,439
$56,836
$92,151
$74,053
$61,716
$76,785
$41,411
$73,120
$28,576
$48,886
$27,940
$30,971
$105 465
$105,465
$72,750
$57,958
$90,681
$41,053
$83,653
$44,727
$60,313
$39,013
$137,164
$106,272
$58,034
$97,202
$80,903
$22,629
$64,657
$83,463
$50,260
$70,302
$72,860
$74,810
$26,716
$54,573
$50,300
$51,498
$27,816
$36,633
$44,728
$52,447
$189,429
$55,338

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

49-3041
11-9013
45-1011
45-2092
45-2093
27-1022
47-4031
51-2091
43-4071
27-4032
13-2051
43-3099
13-2061
11-3031
13-2099
27-1013
33-2011
33-1021
33-2021
39-9031
47-2042
27-1023
51-3092
51-3093
35-9099
35-1012
35-2021
51-3099
19-1012
35-3041
11 9051
11-9051
51-3091
25-1124
19-4092
19-4093
19-1032
51-4022
51-4071
13-1131
39-4021
11-9061
51-9051
51-7021
39-3012
43-3041
39-1011
11-1021
19-3092
25-1064
19-4041
19-2042
47-2121
45-2041
25-1191
27-1024
51-4033
51-9022
37-3019
39-5012
47-4041
17-2111
29-1199

Farm Equipment Mechanics
Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
Fashion Designers
Fence Erectors
Fiberglass Laminators & Fabricators
File Clerks
Film & Video Editors
Financial Analysts
Financial Clerks, All Other
Financial Examiners
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fine Artists, Inc Painters, Sculptors, Illustrators
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fire Inspectors & Investigators
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floor Layers, Not Carpet, Wood, & Hard Tiles
Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Cooking Machine Operators & Tenders
Food Preparation & Serving Related Wkrs, A/O
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Processing Workers, All Other
Food Scientists & Technologists
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Food/Tobacco Roast/Bake/Dry Mach Ops/Tenders
Foreign Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Forensic Science Technicians
Forest & Conservation Technicians
Foresters
Forging Machine Setters, Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Foundry Mold & Coremakers
Fundraisers
Funeral Attendants
Funeral Directors
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, & Kettle Ops/Tenders
Furniture Finishers
Gaming & Sports Book Writers & Runners
Gaming Cage Wkrs
Gaming Supervisors
General & Operations Mgrs
Geographers
Geography Teachers, Postsecondary
Geological & Petroleum Technicians
Geoscientists, Not Hydrologists & Geographers
Glaziers
Graders & Sorters, Agricultural Products
Graduate Teaching Assistants
Graphic Designers
Grind/Lap/Polish/Buff Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Grinding & Polishing Wkrs, Hand
Grounds Maintenance Wkrs, All Other
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Hazardous Materials Removal Wkrs
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Diagnosing & Treating Practitioners, A/O

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
96
41
165
1,583

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$18.42
$38.44
$26.09
$10.49
$12.42
$29.59
$18.58
$15.17
$15.95
$21.14
$52.08
$22.64
$38.76
$53.51
$34.01
$29.17
$31.11
$40.93
$38.85
$18.83
$18.13
$12.45
$12.96
$13.41
$13.02
$14.33
$10.63
$11.89
$33.63
$10.97
$23 77
$23.77
$17.44

$15.45
$29.31
$18.86
$9.19
$9.99
$20.50
$14.92
$12.55
$11.23
$14.63
$30.93
$17.59
$23.46
$38.50
$24.61
$11.63
$27.49
$37.17
$35.70
$11.47
$12.13
$9.63
$9.78
$10.76
$9.59
$10.87
$9.23
$9.38
$27.20
$9.27
$17 60
$17.60
$14.74

$18.25
$37.48
$23.12
$9.62
$12.07
$27.68
$19.99
$14.32
$15.07
$17.29
$41.58
$21.06
$34.45
$49.15
$31.11
$27.46
$32.28
$41.74
$39.96
$18.27
$17.93
$11.92
$11.74
$12.34
$12.59
$12.83
$9.75
$10.64
$32.46
$10.01
$23 55
$23.55
$18.07

$21.99
$44.34
$34.54
$11.27
$13.95
$35.11
$21.84
$17.47
$20.10
$24.81
$63.39
$26.80
$44.99
$64.87
$38.91
$37.36
$35.96
$46.57
$43.76
$23.28
$22.11
$14.29
$14.82
$15.50
$15.24
$16.94
$11.43
$13.56
$37.35
$11.82
$28 22
$28.22
$21.15

561
40
45
128
38
132
74
132
14,403
42
57
16
357
265
309

$29.63
$19.83
$31.54
$18.14
$16.36
$25.04
$10.04
$38.74
$20.87
$15.00
$13.37
$14.10
$21.51
$51.18
$39.28

$25.49
$14.38
$25.75
$13.37
$12.83
$17.75
$9.38
$30.83
$19.27
$12.50
$10.93
$10.48
$16.61
$31.08
$33.42

$29.99
$17.93
$29.72
$17.26
$16.40
$22.45
$9.90
$38.00
$20.84
$14.57
$12.47
$12.12
$20.22
$44.11
$40.06

$33.96
$23.71
$35.04
$22.04
$19.72
$31.50
$10.79
$50.48
$22.42
$17.54
$14.94
$17.61
$24.48
$63.80
$45.33

$22.24
$33.09
$28.27
$10.24

$13.25
$25.72
$23.44
$9.12

$14.64
$29.30
$28.36
$9.33

$32.85
$36.32
$33.88
$10.17

1,923
1,033
270
155
2,792
366
120
335

$24.82
$17.35
$13.69
$18.81
$14.32
$20.78
$40.05
$33.71

$18.66
$13.13
$11.79
$14.34
$9.43
$16.06
$32.42
$26.05

$23.31
$16.11
$13.29
$17.61
$12.07
$19.78
$40.91
$31.36

$30.45
$19.47
$14.81
$23.96
$15.59
$24.70
$47.80
$39.85

117
437
299
1,134
181
1,962
183
237
3,751
1,140
96
1,418
562
82
2,153
169
399
862
176
668
5,638
6,742
197
111
1,645
1 751
1,751
105
488
136
187
98
139

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 65

Annual
Wage
$38,306
$79,957
$54,252
$21,820
$25,834
$61,539
$38,647
$31,552
$33,174
$43,977
$108,337
$47,076
$80,640
$111,308
$70,724
$60,689
$64,707
$85,141
$80,821
$39,169
$37,706
$25,895
$26,963
$27,905
$27,072
$29,807
$22,098
$24,732
$69,958
$22,822
$49 446
$49,446
$36,270
$56,086
$61,639
$41,251
$65,608
$37,715
$34,041
$52,100
$20,875
$80,590
$43,413
$31,186
$27,807
$29,338
$44,727
$106,457
$81,708
$77,264
$46,262
$68,826
$58,784
$21,300
$34,743
$51,643
$36,084
$28,482
$39,141
$29,794
$43,216
$83,296
$70,115

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

21-1091
25-1071
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
29-2092
51-4191
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
19-3093
25-1125
53-7041
49-9031
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
19-2043
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
15-1122
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25 9031
25-9031
47-2131
47-2132
13-1032
43-9041
41-3021
13-2053
27-1025
29-1063
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
51-9071
23-1023
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
17-1012
37-1012
37-3011
51-4034
51-6011
23-1011
51-4192
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
19-1099

Health Educators
Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Hearing Aid Specialists
Heat Treating Equip Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
Historians
History Teachers, Postsecondary
Hoist & Winch Operators
Home Appliance Repairers
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Hydrologists
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Information Security Analysts
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insulation Wkrs, Floor, Ceiling, & Wall
Insulation Wkrs, Mechanical
Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Insurance Underwriters
Interior Designers
Internists, General
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Jewelers & Precious Stone & Metal Wkrs
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape Architects
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Lathe Setters/Ops/Tenders, Metal/Plastic
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Lay-Out Wkrs, Metal & Plastic
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Life Scientists, All Other

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
432
497
935
504
1,027
128
230
1,827
1,452
457
13
178
61
156
3,036
1,593
1,237
993
929
1,079
139
3,009
2,333
1,750
4,623
3,292
402
2,995
827
1,341
1 197
1,197
452
166
27
2,202
2,265
520
401
369
767
1,256
15,567
144
175
917
874
17,536
334
711
4,910
282
1,173
3,352
38
2,166
248
54
1,024
857
994
1,610
57

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$26.60

$18.25

$26.03

$33.53

$23.68
$32.84
$17.61
$27.58
$17.00
$25.89
$21.71
$20.58
$36.27

$19.59
$22.84
$14.27
$21.40
$13.53
$18.09
$16.81
$18.32
$27.70

$22.64
$30.77
$17.18
$25.06
$16.67
$25.65
$20.46
$20.60
$37.08

$27.18
$42.25
$20.34
$31.20
$19.99
$32.52
$25.94
$22.11
$44.17

$30.20
$20.71
$11.39
$10.13
$11.27
$17.95
$19.74
$49.28
$44.14
$45.51
$27.28
$45.43
$17.39
$17.61
$31.94
$19.73
$14.26
$20.09
$34 34
$34.34
$13.86
$29.44

$19.16
$13.68
$9.91
$9.19
$9.97
$13.65
$16.30
$35.29
$38.35
$38.23
$21.96
$34.08
$12.91
$13.69
$22.03
$14.78
$10.05
$13.13
$26 19
$26.19
$9.40
$24.47

$33.04
$17.70
$10.83
$9.42
$10.93
$17.32
$19.83
$45.94
$43.60
$46.72
$26.85
$43.41
$16.44
$17.49
$27.96
$18.58
$12.22
$19.38
$32 72
$32.72
$13.25
$31.23

$36.75
$26.84
$11.77
$10.64
$11.97
$21.29
$22.97
$58.25
$50.44
$53.70
$32.72
$55.21
$21.15
$21.23
$40.15
$22.90
$16.84
$25.39
$42 02
$42.02
$17.41
$34.79

$18.33
$31.89
$34.92
$26.70
$107.35
$23.64
$16.06
$12.79
$23.09
$54.74

$15.66
$18.03
$26.77
$20.50
$82.19
$16.50
$12.99
$9.57
$18.87
$56.41

$18.14
$29.80
$34.24
$24.14
$91.42
$19.23
$16.13
$11.93
$21.48
$56.41

$21.27
$40.53
$42.72
$28.35
$91.85
$28.24
$18.72
$14.67
$28.27
$56.42

$32.40
$13.67
$30.77
$20.64
$13.89
$22.56
$11.60
$53.62
$26.51
$22.63
$28.04

$22.94
$10.05
$24.86
$14.76
$10.62
$16.68
$9.86
$37.52
$23.40
$17.57
$21.51

$33.67
$12.49
$28.52
$17.84
$12.43
$20.11
$11.03
$48.49
$25.78
$22.85
$25.75

$41.56
$15.89
$36.88
$25.12
$15.58
$26.90
$12.75
$64.38
$28.33
$27.60
$32.66

$28.77
$15.02
$17.59
$23.98
$35.95

$24.51
$12.68
$14.46
$21.19
$26.07

$30.20
$15.12
$17.48
$24.36
$31.12

$34.23
$17.43
$20.70
$27.17
$37.70

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 66

Annual
Wage
$55,335
$58,827
$49,260
$68,319
$36,630
$57,367
$35,361
$53,851
$45,155
$42,812
$75,444
$70,743
$62,816
$43,086
$23,681
$21,081
$23,436
$37,344
$41,051
$102,509
$91,826
$94,669
$56,754
$94,497
$36,175
$36,628
$66,436
$41,037
$29,660
$41,788
$71 438
$71,438
$28,828
$61,236
$38,112
$66,334
$72,625
$55,544
$223,271
$49,174
$33,403
$26,614
$48,038
$113,848
$55,716
$67,396
$28,438
$64,004
$42,919
$28,886
$46,941
$24,141
$111,541
$55,135
$47,069
$58,328
$79,051
$59,827
$31,246
$36,572
$49,875
$74,776

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

19-4099
33-9092
13-2071
43-4131
13-2072
39-3093
49-9094
53-4011
11-9081
45-4022
45-4029
13-1081
53-7063
51-4041
29-2035
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
39-5092
13-1161
11-2021
21-1013
31-9011
53-7199
17-2131
19-2032
25-1022
15-2091
51 3022
51-3022
17-3013
17-3027
17-2141
49-1011
27-4099
27-3099
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
51-9082
31-9092
31-9093
49-9062
29-2071
19-1042
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1023
21-1014
27-1026
51-4199
51-4051
43-5041
11-9199
19-1022
25-2022
51-4035
49-9044
51-9023

Life, Physical, & Social Science Technicians, A/O
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Counselors
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Locker Room, Coatroom, & Dressing Room Attendants
Locksmiths & Safe Repairers
Locomotive Engineers
Lodging Mgrs
Logging Equipment Operators
Logging Wkrs, All Other
Logisticians
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Manicurists & Pedicurists
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Marriage & Family Therapists
Massage Therapists
Material Moving Wkrs, All Other
Materials Engineers
Materials Scientists
Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Mathematical Technicians
Meat Poultry,
Meat,
Poultry & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineering Technicians
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Media & Communication Equipment Wkrs, All Other
Media & Communication Wkrs, All Other
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Appliance Technicians
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Equipment Repairers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Scientists, Not Epidemiologists
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Metal Wkrs & Plastic Wkrs, All Other
Metal-Refining Furnace Operators & Tenders
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Microbiologists
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Milling/Planing Mach Setters, Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Millwrights
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
954
927
467
1,649
2,735
87
157
198
296
111
516
1,255
2,445
171
4,828
589
6,875
661
3,009
97
3,064
2,678
549
1,357
571
354
39
375
18
307
569
611
2,285
2,706
156
256
843
919
2,013
844
55
4,722
632
266
1,794
490
7,811
488
685
1,131
1,718
1,027

230
4,004
69
2,875
411
755
579

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$25.24
$10.89
$19.90
$18.81
$36.02
$10.70
$20.70
$29.02
$23.15
$19.76
$16.73
$37.65
$13.25
$22.13
$37.79
$11.31
$15.07
$19.65
$20.37
$41.29
$12.64
$36.61
$51.04
$24.81
$23.92
$24.64
$43.77
$48.38

$19.94
$9.52
$16.83
$15.58
$22.51
$9.24
$15.27
$26.10
$18.16
$17.90
$15.20
$28.35
$9.53
$17.36
$33.94
$9.33
$12.77
$14.58
$16.43
$29.61
$10.19
$21.42
$35.09
$18.00
$15.97
$16.73
$37.47
$39.16

$24.57
$10.58
$18.88
$18.70
$30.46
$9.95
$18.19
$28.62
$21.73
$20.32
$16.71
$34.57
$11.48
$21.80
$38.77
$10.42
$15.18
$18.68
$19.60
$37.00
$11.72
$30.22
$46.74
$25.22
$21.61
$24.73
$43.20
$49.36

$29.58
$11.63
$22.46
$21.97
$42.22
$11.65
$24.42
$32.42
$26.83
$22.32
$18.21
$43.68
$16.45
$26.77
$42.85
$12.47
$17.44
$24.13
$24.83
$48.34
$14.34
$41.60
$65.12
$31.99
$32.31
$32.23
$50.81
$59.59

$30.45
$11 62
$11.62
$24.69
$24.75
$40.91
$31.17
$23.02
$28.30
$23.02
$31.47
$57.11
$28.54
$16.69
$16.84
$18.24
$26.39
$20.16
$42.52
$17.41
$20.03
$22.13
$21.27
$23.61
$18.72
$12.58
$19.53
$21.18
$43.19
$32.69

$23.02
$9 37
$9.37
$20.73
$17.70
$32.66
$24.40
$15.06
$19.34
$18.17
$28.12
$38.82
$21.29
$12.78
$14.49
$15.91
$19.12
$16.78
$26.34
$14.20
$17.93
$18.03
$16.45
$17.71
$15.51
$9.20
$14.80
$18.79
$31.80
$23.44

$31.09
$9 64
$9.64
$24.98
$24.22
$40.62
$31.14
$17.50
$26.70
$22.68
$32.41
$49.34
$28.72
$14.38
$16.69
$18.92
$25.61
$20.01
$36.48
$17.10
$20.26
$21.41
$18.97
$21.68
$18.49
$10.10
$18.14
$21.19
$41.95
$29.73

$36.38
$13 08
$13.08
$28.21
$29.84
$49.36
$36.51
$31.90
$37.35
$28.44
$35.59
$64.97
$35.34
$20.37
$18.89
$21.36
$32.80
$22.77
$55.29
$20.58
$22.22
$25.51
$23.40
$28.26
$22.24
$14.06
$22.34
$23.67
$53.85
$36.38

$31.17
$28.45
$18.65

$22.64
$22.52
$13.81

$32.87
$30.12
$18.76

$40.60
$34.21
$23.20

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 67

Annual
Wage
$52,496
$22,657
$41,396
$39,138
$74,924
$22,245
$43,065
$60,359
$48,144
$41,085
$34,795
$78,313
$27,553
$46,027
$78,603
$23,517
$31,363
$40,869
$42,368
$85,876
$26,295
$76,164
$106,161
$51,607
$49,735
$51,263
$91,031
$100,636
$69,730
$63,332
$24 175
$24,175
$51,355
$51,488
$85,093
$64,834
$47,873
$58,864
$47,888
$65,467
$118,794
$59,370
$34,713
$35,038
$37,931
$54,885
$41,946
$88,451
$36,232
$41,665
$46,010
$44,232
$49,104
$38,932
$26,169
$40,637
$44,053
$89,844
$67,990
$57,302
$64,831
$59,165
$38,797

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

49-3042
51-4061
51-4072
51-9195
39-4031
39-3021
53-3099
49-3051
53-5022
49-3052
27-1014
51-4081
25-4013
27-2041
49-9063
27-2042
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-2033
51-4012
29-1161
29-1171
31-1014
25-1072
29-1064
29-9011
29-9012
31 2011
31-2011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
15-2031
51-9083
29-2057
29-2081
29-1041
43-4151
31-1015
29-2091
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-3014
47-2141
51-9122
51-9123
51-9196
23-2011
33-3041
53-6021
41-2022
51-4062
51-7032
47-2071
43-3051
29-1065

Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Model Makers, Metal & Plastic
Mold/Coremaking/Casting Mach Set/Op/Tend, Mtl/Plastic
Molders, Shapers, & Casters, Not Metal & Plastic
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors
Motion Picture Projectionists
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other
Motorboat Mechanics
Motorboat Operators
Motorcycle Mechanics
Multi-Media Artists & Animators
Multiple Machine Tool Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Museum Technicians & Conservators
Music Directors & Composers
Musical Instrument Repairers & Tuners
Musicians & Singers
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Numerical Tool & Process Control Programmers
Nurse Midwives
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Nursing Instructors & Teachers, Postsecondary
Obstetricians & Gynecologists
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Health & Safety Technicians
Occupational Therapist Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Operations Research Analysts
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians
Opticians, Dispensing
Optometrists
Order Clerks
Orderlies
Orthotists & Prosthetists
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painter, Paperhanger, Plasterer, Stucco Helpers
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Painting, Coating, & Decorating Wkrs
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Enforcement Wkrs
Parking Lot Attendants
Parts Salespersons
Patternmakers, Metal & Plastic
Patternmakers, Wood
Paving, Surfacing, & Tamping Equipment Operators
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Pediatricians, General

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
882
91
689
297
137
171
1,051
190
137
503
752
46
384
808
629
2,678
383
1,709
1,835
73
278
155
650
6,731
284
399
550
48
101
735
8,866
4,520
16,986
787
1,689
334
245
80
582
277
1,876
251
64
167
1,736
4,606
1,750
615
171
1,048
1,833
60
1,008
1,932
94
26
79
1,319
252

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$24.01
$22.48
$16.27
$16.81
$31.84
$10.41
$16.86
$19.59
$26.71
$18.51
$29.72
$18.44
$17.74
$21.21
$11.40
$30.85
$53.60
$34.69
$15.57
$12.67
$37.93
$39.68
$29.51
$37.41
$51.83
$13.54

$18.86
$15.29
$11.22
$12.46
$26.48
$9.45
$9.42
$15.88
$24.90
$14.02
$20.18
$14.86
$14.24
$13.16
$9.23
$16.50
$43.37
$26.70
$13.48
$9.46
$23.25
$37.31
$22.24
$26.83
$43.80
$10.91

$23.73
$20.49
$15.91
$15.73
$32.08
$10.21
$11.64
$20.59
$26.99
$16.99
$26.32
$19.10
$16.39
$18.21
$9.57
$24.83
$50.28
$33.83
$15.08
$10.85
$29.23
$40.76
$27.42
$34.97
$51.62
$13.04

$28.32
$30.90
$20.35
$20.25
$36.01
$11.17
$24.38
$23.57
$28.87
$24.09
$35.90
$21.74
$20.91
$23.89
$12.49
$42.37
$60.01
$42.31
$17.47
$13.49
$46.00
$44.04
$35.21
$49.33
$59.27
$15.79

$117.62
$31.61
$27.92
$27 37
$27.37
$36.47
$25.95
$16.79
$15.65
$13.66
$29.25
$36.36
$16.57
$22.69
$16.32
$50.92
$16.77
$14.39
$29.59
$17.97
$14.41
$10.81
$14.87
$18.77
$22.28
$15.31
$20.81
$27.70
$24.37
$10.48
$16.71
$24.13
$32.51
$27.01
$20.37
$85.85

$91.30
$25.25
$20.72
$24 85
$24.85
$32.33
$19.47
$12.85
$12.37
$10.34
$23.84
$29.95
$14.93
$20.25
$12.84
$42.99
$13.08
$11.91
$21.69
$14.40
$10.21
$9.25
$13.23
$15.73
$15.99
$13.24
$14.70
$21.20
$22.65
$9.36
$11.91
$18.71
$27.73
$17.28
$16.87
$65.03

$91.62
$31.19
$24.03
$27 24
$27.24
$37.66
$24.71
$16.24
$15.26
$12.24
$29.72
$36.18
$16.92
$22.63
$15.03
$50.56
$16.22
$14.26
$25.11
$17.90
$13.60
$9.54
$15.09
$17.83
$21.30
$15.46
$20.40
$26.00
$25.02
$10.04
$15.84
$25.23
$31.88
$22.81
$20.39
$81.37

$91.94
$37.68
$35.49
$30 26
$30.26
$42.22
$31.16
$19.41
$18.38
$15.78
$34.91
$43.34
$18.72
$25.85
$19.02
$57.59
$19.21
$16.86
$34.60
$21.52
$17.87
$11.02
$16.77
$21.39
$27.29
$17.45
$26.31
$32.75
$27.15
$11.23
$20.15
$29.24
$37.00
$38.03
$23.23
$91.38

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 68

Annual
Wage
$49,940
$46,762
$33,845
$34,966
$66,232
$21,671
$35,072
$40,740
$55,543
$38,505
$61,814
$38,354
$36,890
$44,100
$23,703
$111,471
$72,145
$32,381
$26,366
$78,879
$82,548
$61,396
$77,820
$107,795
$28,158
$62,641
$244,660
$65,751
$58,066
$56 932
$56,932
$75,858
$53,974
$34,908
$32,546
$28,419
$60,842
$75,626
$34,463
$47,189
$33,951
$105,903
$34,870
$29,934
$61,548
$37,397
$29,975
$22,472
$30,932
$39,038
$46,342
$31,848
$43,288
$57,621
$50,693
$21,798
$34,748
$50,202
$67,622
$56,188
$42,379
$178,551

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

39-9021
39-9099
13-2052
39-1021
37-2021
37-3012
51-8093
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
25-1126
31-9097
27-4021
51-9151
29-1069
19-2099
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
19-2012
25-1054
47-2072
47-2151
51-8099
47-2161
51-4193
47-2152
29-1081
33-1012
33 3051
33-3051
43-5031
25-1065
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
25-1199
51-4052
51-8012
49-9069
51-5111
25-2011
51-6021
51-5113
51-5112
33-9021
21-1092
43-3061
27-2012
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
43-9081
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
31-1013
29-2053
29-1066
19-3039

Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Care & Svc Wkrs, All Other
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pest Control Wkrs
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, & Applicators, Vegetation
Petroleum Pump System/Refinery Ops & Gaugers
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Philosophy & Religion Teachers, Postsecondary
Phlebotomists
Photographers
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Scientists, All Other
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Physicists
Physics Teachers, Postsecondary
Pile-Driver Operators
Pipelayers
Plant & System Operators, All Other
Plasterers & Stucco Masons
Plating/Coating Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Podiatrists
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police, Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other
Pourers & Casters, Metal
Power Distributors & Dispatchers
Precision Instrument & Equipment Repairers, A/O
Prepress Technicians and Workers
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Pressers, Textile, Garment, & Related Materials
Print Binding and Finishing Workers
Printing Press Operators
Private Detectives & Investigators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Producers & Directors
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Proofreaders & Copy Markers
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Psychiatric Aides
Psychiatric Technicians
Psychiatrists
Psychologists, All Other

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
7,163
5,036
780
1,619
188
212
202
2,126
114
2,846
218
745
346
312
2,830
341
297
327
1,414
524
67
134
211
129
293
2,486
42
640
2 540
2,540
411
127
387
2,021
1,036
65

70
342
545
3,895
161
626
1,501
159
673
351
888
3,932
4,671
2,070
2,425
52
1,750
450
504
270
157
153

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$11.63
$10.28
$31.60
$17.02
$19.02
$16.96
$29.33
$55.27
$12.27
$17.53

$9.85
$9.32
$17.16
$12.66
$14.61
$13.67
$26.41
$51.17
$9.64
$15.17

$10.75
$10.07
$23.63
$14.79
$17.81
$16.58
$30.73
$57.44
$12.56
$17.53

$11.66
$10.94
$40.30
$19.95
$24.61
$19.91
$33.77
$64.80
$14.01
$20.34

$17.68
$22.19
$15.73
$105.11

$15.02
$11.62
$11.14
$82.98

$17.78
$16.02
$14.26
$91.52

$20.71
$29.41
$19.08
$91.93

$13.82
$25.95
$38.16
$56.77
$63.36

$12.38
$22.43
$33.66
$45.96
$46.42

$13.56
$25.88
$38.32
$55.23
$64.94

$14.76
$29.14
$42.98
$67.83
$78.04

$24.00
$23.56
$24.95
$18.58
$18.49
$31.99
$78.40
$44.26
$31 05
$31.05
$27.25

$17.67
$20.29
$17.89
$16.04
$14.91
$25.99
$64.86
$39.32
$29 54
$29.54
$23.53

$24.24
$23.08
$25.54
$17.79
$17.33
$31.88
$72.96
$42.91
$32 05
$32.05
$27.51

$29.61
$26.92
$29.51
$20.70
$20.63
$37.93
$86.54
$47.10
$34 43
$34.43
$31.81

$24.89
$25.88
$24.14
$35.63

$24.65
$25.34
$24.46
$30.62

$25.87
$27.53
$25.87
$36.51

$25.88
$27.54
$25.88
$41.23

$14.99
$48.77
$27.96
$21.39
$12.26
$10.77
$15.94
$19.01
$19.45
$28.86
$20.02
$33.10
$28.22
$14.24
$13.27
$21.76
$16.91
$34.84
$23.60
$17.60
$13.98
$15.11
$118.77
$40.03

$12.69
$38.61
$21.73
$19.36
$9.61
$9.32
$12.12
$13.78
$14.07
$25.06
$17.51
$19.27
$21.54
$10.11
$10.39
$17.35
$13.00
$22.65
$18.59
$13.73
$11.93
$11.27
$91.32
$32.64

$14.19
$48.16
$29.41
$21.48
$11.25
$10.49
$15.29
$18.17
$17.05
$29.46
$20.20
$25.94
$27.50
$12.35
$12.38
$21.01
$15.23
$28.15
$23.60
$16.65
$14.08
$15.05
$91.63
$42.59

$17.04
$58.74
$33.62
$23.61
$14.02
$11.61
$18.54
$23.36
$24.03
$33.18
$22.58
$33.73
$34.48
$17.52
$15.14
$25.87
$20.44
$39.43
$27.34
$20.88
$15.38
$17.78
$91.95
$49.20

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 69

Annual
Wage
$24,186
$21,392
$65,729
$35,418
$39,546
$35,276
$61,003
$114,965
$25,517
$36,453
$61,314
$36,785
$46,158
$32,712
$218,630
$28,744
$53,974
$79,390
$118,101
$131,796
$84,754
$49,916
$49,011
$51,891
$38,662
$38,469
$66,536
$163,058
$92,054
$64 588
$64,588
$56,675
$81,311
$51,763
$53,838
$50,195
$74,124
$65,267
$31,163
$101,425
$58,168
$44,486
$25,491
$22,405
$33,150
$39,530
$40,469
$60,028
$41,650
$68,845
$58,686
$29,620
$27,607
$45,268
$35,168
$72,478
$49,093
$36,603
$29,064
$31,426
$247,045
$83,261

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

25-1066
27-3012
11-2031
27-3031
13-1021
13-1023
11-3061
29-1124
27-3011
49-2021
29-2034
49-3043
53-4013
53-4021
53-4031
47-4061
41-9021
41-9022
43-4171
39-9032
29-1125
49-3092
49-9045
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
21-2099
27-3022
43-4181
39-9041
29 1126
29-1126
41-1011
41-2031
49-9096
51-4023
47-2181
41-9099
41-9031
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
49-2098
33-9032
25-3021
51-9141
51-9012
47-4071
27-1027
51-6031
39-5093
47-2211
43-5071
51-6041
39-5094
51-3023
11-9151
21-1093

Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary
Public Address System & Other Announcers
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents & Buyers, Farm Products
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radiation Therapists
Radio & Television Announcers
Radio Mechanics
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Rail Car Repairers
Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators, & Hostlers
Railroad Brake, Signal, & Switch Operators
Railroad Conductors & Yardmasters
Rail-Track Laying & Maintenance Equipment Ops
Real Estate Brokers
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Therapists
Recreational Vehicle Svc Technicians
Refractory Materials Repairers, Not Brickmasons
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Religious Wkrs, All Other
Reporters & Correspondents
Reservation/Transportation Ticket Agents/Travel Clerks
Residential Advisors
Respiratory Therapists
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Riggers
Rolling Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Roofers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Engineers
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Semiconductor Processors
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Septic Tank Svcrs & Sewer Pipe Cleaners
Set & Exhibit Designers
Sewing Machine Operators
Shampooers
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Shoe & Leather Wkrs & Repairers
Skin Care Specialists
Slaughterers & Meat Packers
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

240
831
1,566
104
2,322
705
69
197
1,121
75
124
486
630
5,842
3,287
44
46
857
16,826
653
322
244
904
212
477
8,367
32,849
110
69
1,044
1,300
966
3,907
4,871
12,129
4,307
178
4,824
15,606
2,568
733
5,416
1,202
3,452
641
210
124
611
2,330
5,943
47
287
185
1,552
3,337

$10.29
$41.24
$28.09
$30.38
$29.22
$45.76
$43.40
$23.96
$25.90
$32.32
$23.02
$23.06
$24.32
$26.44
$28.95
$35.44
$22.40
$14.02

$9.62
$28.81
$19.81
$24.98
$22.70
$35.93
$38.67
$12.49
$20.28
$27.94
$17.91
$16.53
$15.89
$22.15
$25.29
$21.68
$12.19
$11.02

$10.23
$39.53
$25.92
$30.15
$28.32
$44.50
$42.72
$16.21
$25.71
$32.40
$24.70
$19.39
$21.43
$26.05
$30.69
$31.39
$14.84
$13.27

$11.03
$50.27
$34.58
$35.55
$34.98
$56.11
$46.97
$23.42
$31.14
$36.47
$27.55
$27.06
$29.03
$30.86
$33.52
$51.24
$33.87
$16.44

$25.56
$18.96
$19.95
$22.23
$40.06
$18.95
$12.16
$24.09
$18.51
$13.09
$31 15
$31.15
$19.66
$13.31
$24.18
$21.17
$19.57
$19.12
$51.15
$56.21
$29.56
$32.00
$45.58
$15.92

$19.93
$16.24
$15.37
$20.13
$33.90
$11.72
$9.24
$14.51
$14.00
$10.15
$28 06
$28.06
$15.16
$9.48
$16.30
$17.08
$13.55
$11.16
$36.16
$35.04
$17.08
$21.02
$27.11
$11.97

$26.52
$17.55
$18.53
$22.04
$39.93
$17.75
$9.57
$21.45
$19.51
$12.66
$31 83
$31.83
$18.16
$11.14
$20.78
$20.43
$17.65
$16.16
$49.62
$50.63
$26.01
$28.95
$40.04
$15.56

$31.89
$19.26
$25.36
$24.39
$45.40
$24.79
$13.64
$32.33
$22.34
$14.47
$34 87
$34.87
$22.30
$14.39
$30.67
$24.47
$25.27
$23.34
$62.83
$69.62
$36.25
$38.20
$62.48
$20.21

$17.47
$36.01
$23.79
$13.98
$23.93
$16.67
$17.14
$27.21
$24.56
$12.53
$9.31
$24.74
$15.45
$12.92
$21.05
$15.81
$30.19
$14.27

$13.90
$17.18
$19.69
$10.90
$13.56
$12.93
$12.47
$20.65
$17.51
$9.43
$9.08
$17.30
$12.27
$10.48
$13.49
$12.00
$22.57
$11.12

$17.30
$26.22
$22.75
$13.05
$17.27
$16.07
$14.19
$25.48
$23.72
$11.16
$9.25
$24.60
$14.63
$12.39
$19.32
$15.73
$28.58
$13.39

$20.87
$42.19
$29.14
$16.49
$26.19
$20.00
$18.41
$33.48
$28.77
$14.58
$9.43
$31.78
$18.03
$15.28
$24.43
$18.63
$36.40
$16.19

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 70

Annual
Wage
$74,473
$21,402
$85,785
$58,414
$63,180
$60,774
$95,165
$90,282
$49,843
$53,879
$67,220
$47,894
$47,982
$50,585
$54,993
$60,226
$73,707
$46,580
$29,165
$53,172
$39,428
$41,497
$46,230
$83,320
$39,401
$25,298
$50,120
$38,495
$27,211
$64 790
$64,790
$40,888
$27,683
$50,287
$44,032
$40,705
$39,790
$106,389
$116,921
$61,486
$66,556
$94,802
$33,105
$58,943
$36,328
$74,916
$49,493
$29,071
$49,769
$34,660
$35,652
$56,595
$51,089
$26,071
$19,360
$51,466
$32,136
$26,868
$43,786
$32,886
$62,797
$29,680

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

19-4061
25-1069
19-3099
21-1029
25-1113
25-1067
19-1013
27-4014
25-2052
25-2059
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
51-8021
43-9111
15-2041
43-5081
47-2221
51-2041
21-1011
25-3098
29-1067
29-2055
19-3022
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
51-6052
53 7121
53-7121
47-2082
13-2081
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
27-3042
49-2022
49-9052
41-9041
43-3071
51-6062
51-6099
29-1129
47-2044
49-3093
23-2093
51-4111
51-4194
39-7011
53-6041
11-3131
13-1151
33-3052
53-6061
53-6051
33-9093
53-6099
11-3071
53-1031

Social Science Research Assistants
Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, A/O
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Social Work Teachers, Postsecondary
Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary
Soil & Plant Scientists
Sound Engineering Technicians
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, All Other
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stationary Engineers & Boiler Operators
Statistical Assistants
Statisticians
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Structural Iron & Steel Wkrs
Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Survey Researchers
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tailors, Dressmakers, & Custom Sewers
Tank Car
Car, Truck,
Truck & Ship Loaders
Tapers
Tax Examiners, Collectors, & Revenue Agents
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Tech Writers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telecommunications Line Installers & Repairers
Telemarketers
Tellers
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Textile, Apparel, & Furnishings Wkrs, All Other
Therapists, All Other
Tile & Marble Setters
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tool & Die Makers
Tool Grinders, Filers, & Sharpeners
Tour Guides and Escorts
Traffic Technicians
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
Transit & Railroad Police
Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants
Transportation Inspectors
Transportation Security Screeners
Transportation Wkrs, All Other
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
272
109
337
957
81
124
257
59
761
210
243
54
630
913
199
180
343
11,539
300
880
635
10,243
280
469
106
521
304
2,914
1,223
122
283
201
242
456
586
8,518
2,244
4,083
525
1,931
1,085
1,898
3,530
29

275
1,063
439
325
370
286
56
189
1,965
88
189
224
439
384
1,091
1,447

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$18.07

$13.13

$16.37

$22.89

$37.09
$23.26

$30.05
$17.22

$38.32
$23.45

$44.01
$27.76

$26.69
$20.10

$20.70
$13.06

$27.20
$16.40

$32.68
$25.47

$34.70
$28.53
$22.52
$32.29
$13.90
$27.25
$20.10
$22.72
$20.47
$121.91
$23.80
$31.31
$24.61
$32.93
$10.51
$13.07
$17.80
$30 99
$30.99
$25.95
$32.27
$19.76
$11.88

$30.40
$22.85
$20.23
$24.78
$10.39
$19.27
$16.33
$16.84
$19.56
$91.40
$20.18
$19.80
$20.20
$26.84
$9.26
$10.58
$14.72
$23 25
$23.25
$20.50
$23.61
$14.32
$9.59

$34.66
$29.84
$22.20
$31.14
$12.96
$28.24
$19.96
$21.21
$20.94
$91.68
$23.99
$31.03
$23.35
$31.49
$9.60
$12.03
$17.17
$32 45
$32.45
$26.99
$29.40
$18.19
$11.14

$40.34
$34.59
$24.85
$37.70
$16.52
$34.81
$23.54
$27.68
$22.32
$91.97
$27.41
$40.91
$29.02
$37.85
$11.10
$14.83
$21.40
$38 96
$38.96
$32.16
$41.91
$25.46
$13.50

$15.88
$36.76
$28.67
$26.82
$13.51
$13.08
$11.87
$21.52
$26.72
$15.73
$13.78
$27.79
$25.31
$21.00
$11.46
$26.68
$45.88
$28.68
$20.56
$11.86
$35.60
$18.55
$17.25
$40.51
$28.99

$12.92
$30.58
$24.97
$24.69
$10.25
$11.35
$10.05
$9.97
$18.11
$12.47
$10.27
$20.52
$18.90
$16.03
$9.44
$24.55
$37.31
$19.60
$13.67
$9.33
$21.71
$17.33
$9.37
$29.43
$21.33

$15.56
$38.58
$29.60
$27.02
$12.58
$13.06
$11.26
$24.68
$22.93
$14.02
$12.24
$30.79
$24.14
$19.65
$10.85
$26.91
$44.33
$26.06
$16.53
$9.71
$29.55
$18.39
$12.54
$36.97
$27.70

$18.14
$44.29
$33.39
$29.36
$15.41
$14.56
$13.38
$32.20
$36.92
$17.86
$15.56
$34.62
$30.30
$23.37
$12.77
$29.28
$53.68
$34.17
$28.47
$14.03
$52.62
$20.11
$23.71
$45.82
$34.43

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 71

Annual
Wage
$37,590
$74,748
$77,139
$48,387
$79,109
$94,960
$55,513
$41,815
$57,140
$75,586
$58,088
$61,963
$62,491
$72,163
$59,354
$46,858
$67,179
$28,899
$56,670
$41,812
$47,250
$42,567
$253,575
$49,504
$65,134
$51,184
$68,496
$21,856
$27,188
$37,036
$64 461
$64,461
$53,986
$67,113
$41,104
$24,727
$30,556
$46,296
$33,025
$76,441
$59,639
$55,771
$28,099
$27,205
$24,705
$44,764
$55,569
$32,711
$28,651
$57,815
$52,647
$43,685
$23,827
$55,481
$95,419
$59,657
$42,749
$24,681
$74,044
$38,588
$35,864
$84,266
$60,286

SOC
Code

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA MSA
Occupational Title

41-3041
39-7012
37-3013
53-3032
53-3033
27-2023
51-6093
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
51-4122
13-1022
51-7099
51-7042
43-9022
27-3043
19-1023

Travel Agents
Travel Guides
Tree Trimmers & Pruners
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Umpires, Referees, & Other Sports Officials
Upholsterers
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Welding/Soldering/Brazing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
WoodWkrs, All Other
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Word Processors & Typists
Writers & Authors
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
645
20
10,971
5,114
228
217
676
765
589
599
836
914
378
15,417
503
1,849
358
2,394
192
1,360
538
367
496
663

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$16.15
$18.49
$17.46
$20.30
$19.11

$11.32
$15.50
$10.96
$16.79
$12.14

$15.56
$19.69
$16.50
$19.72
$16.60

$19.91
$21.50
$24.62
$23.01
$25.88

$16.17
$37.66
$10.51
$43.34
$11.88
$16.89
$26.33

$12.29
$31.65
$9.22
$34.67
$10.03
$15.28
$17.33

$15.68
$36.60
$9.48
$40.79
$11.96
$16.99
$21.96

$20.28
$43.12
$11.45
$45.98
$13.54
$18.67
$32.14

$12.86
$26.16
$35.20
$15.89
$18.90
$19.17
$25.10
$12.74
$15.37
$20.67
$28.65
$34.58

$9.24
$23.00
$22.70
$12.77
$15.10
$16.46
$18.82
$9.83
$12.33
$16.39
$19.84
$25.78

$10.25
$26.37
$30.64
$15.87
$19.04
$19.35
$22.50
$12.94
$14.52
$20.39
$27.51
$32.90

$14.44
$29.59
$40.18
$18.25
$21.98
$21.92
$29.63
$14.61
$17.98
$24.62
$35.03
$42.90

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 72

Annual
Wage
$33,597
$38,455
$36,318
$42,209
$39,745
$21,605
$33,643
$78,333
$21,853
$90,149
$24,712
$35,119
$54,770
$66,084
$26,749
$54,425
$73,228
$33,058
$39,295
$39,882
$52,203
$26,494
$31,981
$42,991
$59,581
$71,915

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes King and Snohomish Counties
SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

13-2011
27-2011
15-2011
23-1021
11-3011
25-3011
11-2011
41-3011
17-3021
17-2011
19-4011
45-2011
45-2099
53-1011
49-3011
51-2011
53-2011
39-3091
33-9011
39-2011
19-3091
25-1061
13-2021
23-1022
17-1011
17-3011
25-4011
25-1062
27-1011
25-1121
27-1019
51-2099
27-2021
29-9091
19-2021
25-1051
27-4011
29-1181
25-9011
49-3021
49-3022
49-3023
49-2091
39-6011
33-3011
51-3011
35-3011
49-3091
43-3011
43-3021
19-1021
25-1042
19-1029
19-4021
17-2031

Accountants & Auditors
Actors
Actuaries
Admin Law Judges, Adjudicators, & Hearing Officers
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising & Promotions Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Aerospace Engineering & Operations Technicians
Aerospace Engineers
Agricultural & Food Science Technicians
Agricultural Inspectors
Agricultural Wkrs, All Other
Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Aircraft Structure/Surface/Rigging/System Assemblers
Airline Pilots, Copilots, & Flight Engineers
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Animal Control Wkrs
Animal Trainers
Anthropologists & Archeologists
Anthropology & Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Arbitrators, Mediators, & Conciliators
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Archivists
Area, Ethnic, & Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsec
Art Directors
Art, Drama, & Music Teachers, Postsecondary
Artists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Athletes & Sports Competitors
Athletic Trainers
Atmospheric & Space Scientists
Atmospheric/Earth/Marine/Space Sci Teachers, Postsec
Audio & Video Equipment Technicians
Audiologists
Audio-Visual Collections Specialists
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Glass Installers & Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Avionics Technicians
Baggage Porters & Bellhops
Bailiffs
Bakers
Bartenders
Bicycle Repairers
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biochemists & Biophysicists
Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Biological Scientists, All Other
Biological Technicians
Biomedical Engineers

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
14,004
303
381
155
3,199
1,375
454
1,841
617
7,656
48
44
129
4,479
12,370
985
2,990
75
93
74
502
65
2,467
795
170
97
633
709
31
4,313
268
184
171
181
663
141
39
794
4,284
1,175
1,073
33
1,952
7,611
2,394
5,160
197
551
807
1,984
236

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$35.16
$23.86
$45.92
$47.00
$51.12
$24.30
$54.59
$32.62
$32.78
$49.67
$19.42
$24.22
$23.73
$24.36
$28.37

$26.31
$11.36
$33.57
$38.66
$37.00
$20.01
$39.04
$17.63
$24.63
$40.92
$13.99
$20.10
$23.03
$16.90
$21.31

$32.78
$17.89
$42.39
$42.68
$47.06
$24.40
$52.52
$26.16
$32.83
$48.81
$19.70
$23.86
$25.27
$18.80
$27.59

$41.64
$28.83
$54.89
$51.96
$62.16
$29.08
$67.36
$41.54
$39.65
$57.94
$25.11
$28.67
$27.51
$33.69
$35.37

$11.74
$25.34
$18.20
$28.93

$9.37
$18.72
$14.47
$22.34

$10.45
$26.23
$20.01
$27.32

$12.71
$29.42
$21.77
$34.83

$33.98
$35.37
$33.88
$29.70
$29.18

$23.78
$27.50
$24.73
$24.86
$21.03

$33.56
$32.32
$31.51
$29.42
$25.76

$42.82
$37.45
$39.51
$34.89
$37.67

$49.35

$38.05

$45.75

$57.45

$23.97
$15.80

$17.36
$12.52

$21.18
$14.82

$29.03
$18.12

$45.08

$32.04

$42.28

$56.32

$23.19
$48.28
$19.52
$22.81
$18.55
$21.65
$30.73
$10.67
$26.01
$14.32
$13.95
$13.37
$17.87
$20.31
$41.41

$16.23
$35.50
$16.76
$17.29
$13.53
$15.42
$25.72
$9.30
$22.75
$10.79
$9.56
$10.75
$14.39
$17.19
$23.86

$22.18
$41.94
$18.56
$21.86
$17.01
$20.89
$29.99
$9.46
$25.97
$13.74
$12.58
$12.37
$17.64
$20.06
$38.84

$29.11
$63.91
$21.55
$28.05
$22.02
$27.06
$36.18
$10.66
$29.19
$17.50
$16.13
$15.04
$21.27
$22.88
$55.42

$34.79
$21.73
$41.03

$24.67
$17.22
$25.59

$33.55
$21.06
$33.85

$42.85
$25.82
$51.96

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 73

Annual
Wage
$73,135
$95,500
$97,758
$106,329
$50,534
$113,529
$67,852
$68,195
$103,312
$40,404
$50,372
$49,359
$50,661
$58,995
$144,052
$24,430
$52,710
$37,845
$60,174
$71,144
$70,673
$73,570
$70,462
$61,767
$60,706
$73,942
$102,662
$64,715
$49,867
$32,858
$112,088
$47,847
$93,764
$98,424
$48,233
$100,416
$40,615
$47,436
$38,598
$45,038
$63,911
$22,196
$54,094
$29,776
$29,011
$27,809
$37,168
$42,245
$86,131
$94,324
$72,353
$45,198
$85,349

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

47-2011
43-3031
47-3011
47-2021
53-6011
27-4012
43-4011
37-2019
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
13-1199
25-1011
51-3021
51-7011
27-4031
53-5021
29-2031
43-5011
47-3012
47-2031
47-2041
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
51-9191
35-1011
17-2041
51-9011
51-8091
19 4031
19-4031
25-1052
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
51-9192
21-2011
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
49-9091
35-3021
27-1021
49-9092
53-2012
25-1122
21-1099
21-1094
11-3111
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1111
17-2061
15-1143
15-1152

Boilermakers
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Brick/Block/Stonemason & Tile/Marble Setter Helpers
Brickmasons & Blockmasons
Bridge & Lock Tenders
Broadcast Technicians
Brokerage Clerks
Building Cleaning Wkrs, All Other
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Business Teachers, Postsecondary
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Camera Ops, Television, Video, & Motion Picture
Captains, Mates, & Pilots of Water Vessels
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenter Helpers
Carpenters
Carpet Installers
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Cementing & Gluing Machine Operators & Tenders
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Engineers
Chemical Equipment Operators & Tenders
Chemical Plant & System Operators
Chemical Technicians
Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Cleaning/Washing/Metal Pickling Equipment Ops/Tenders
Clergy
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Coin, Vending, & Amusement Machine Svcrs & Repairers
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Commercial & Industrial Designers
Commercial Divers
Commercial Pilots
Communications Teachers, Postsecondary
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Community Health Workers
Compensation and Benefits Managers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer and Information Scientists, Research
Computer Hardware Engineers
Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
70
17,591
147
243
63
362
408
2,598
3,442
4,312
15,518
619
1,182
611
405
1,388
575
1,102
115
7,163
272
165
26,112
647
241
1,405
125
56
401
189
733
1,770
4,623
1,931
394
754
5,911
3,755
2,738
186
208
654
3,313
843
340
25,935
298
115
400
224
803
101
254
1,076
3,095
7,929
353
1,289
3,501
2,712

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$24.63
$20.53
$23.34
$33.09
$24.53
$17.58
$21.80
$11.46
$27.85
$18.52
$24.52
$36.26

$21.86
$16.19
$15.57
$27.93
$18.08
$12.39
$16.86
$10.12
$24.16
$16.38
$22.67
$25.48

$25.15
$19.86
$21.30
$32.42
$25.37
$14.61
$21.25
$10.75
$27.98
$19.02
$25.75
$34.54

$27.57
$24.13
$32.57
$36.00
$28.10
$21.75
$26.29
$11.38
$32.78
$21.44
$28.00
$45.21

$18.74
$20.33
$24.64
$36.23
$32.44
$25.51
$19.32
$26.85
$21.43
$37.24
$13.55
$24.44
$21.51
$22.68
$40.01
$20.06
$26.22
$19 90
$19.90

$16.53
$16.12
$18.18
$28.41
$25.30
$16.52
$13.84
$20.92
$15.37
$30.92
$10.01
$13.27
$14.41
$18.49
$29.70
$16.89
$22.18
$15 87
$15.87

$20.18
$19.70
$22.00
$35.30
$32.81
$22.38
$19.03
$26.95
$18.74
$38.48
$11.78
$26.86
$18.19
$21.56
$38.02
$18.89
$26.07
$19 14
$19.14

$22.06
$24.91
$32.62
$44.54
$39.64
$35.14
$22.48
$32.87
$30.23
$43.99
$15.80
$33.18
$31.77
$26.84
$50.26
$23.37
$30.63
$23 04
$23.04

$33.88
$105.25
$11.59
$22.69

$22.80
$78.58
$9.70
$18.25

$33.35
$91.24
$10.87
$24.16

$43.52
$91.76
$12.43
$26.07

$28.36
$42.11
$31.99
$13.55
$19.66
$26.47
$38.52

$24.17
$33.35
$25.86
$10.62
$12.88
$17.62
$28.70

$27.37
$40.99
$30.75
$12.24
$16.66
$26.87
$34.94

$33.23
$49.17
$36.85
$14.91
$27.36
$33.17
$43.60

$15.89
$18.47
$10.91
$29.31

$12.92
$14.18
$9.32
$21.17

$15.52
$18.63
$9.61
$31.60

$18.09
$22.48
$11.52
$36.33

$58,983
$87,592
$66,535
$28,180
$40,885
$55,059
$80,118
$43,751
$33,050
$38,424
$22,687
$60,972

$30.11
$30.46
$70.48
$42.67
$40.41
$82.94
$60.04
$62.35
$56.95
$39.95

$96,252
$63,055
$44,510
$50,935
$125,300
$72,197
$70,601
$147,393
$107,862
$110,991
$103,145
$71,352

$21.40
$24.49
$60.24
$34.71
$33.95
$70.86
$51.86
$53.36
$49.59
$34.30

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 74

$13.18
$17.32
$41.47
$25.40
$25.74
$54.05
$41.25
$42.39
$41.88
$25.22

$19.25
$22.05
$52.11
$32.70
$33.15
$66.99
$50.39
$51.38
$49.43
$31.17

$51,235
$42,691
$48,547
$68,826
$51,016
$36,562
$45,361
$23,840
$57,923
$38,523
$51,007
$75,409
$92,238
$38,992
$42,273
$51,259
$75,355
$67,478
$53,067
$40,185
$55,848
$44,567
$77,456
$28,164
$50,833
$44,748
$47,184
$83,210
$41,723
$54,546
$41 382
$41,382
$84,819
$70,454
$218,923
$24,096
$47,181

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
25-1021
15-1132
15-1133
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
51-4011
39-6012
19-1031
47-4011
47-4099
47-2061
11-9021
47-3019
47-1011
47-5041
49-9012
53-7011
35-2019
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
51-9193
33-3012
33-1011
43-4021
13 1051
13-1051
39-3092
21-1019
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
23-2091
43-4031
27-1012
53-7021
13-2041
43-4041
33-9091
51-9021
25-4012
43-4051
51-4031
51-9031
51-9032
43-9021
15-1141
41-9011
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
27-1029
43-9031
33-3021
29-2032
29-2051
29-1031

Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Concierges
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction & Related Wkrs, All Other
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades, All Other Helpers
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Continuous Mining Machine Operators
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Conveyor Operators & Tenders
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cooling & Freezing Equipment Operators & Tenders
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Correctional Officers, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Correspondence Clerks
Cost Estimators
Costume Attendants
Counselors, All Other
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court Reporters
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Craft Artists
Crane & Tower Operators
Credit Analysts
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, & Clerks
Crossing Guards
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Curators
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Cutters & Trimmers, Hand
Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Demonstrators & Product Promoters
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Designers, All Other
Desktop Publishers
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietetic Technicians
Dietitians & Nutritionists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
4,075
625
11,016
199
35,649
13,666
9,624
10,537
1,036
1,520
232
102
1,103
232
6,601
2,534
191
5,411

324
780
3,204
12,595
836
1,408
193
24
2 528
2,528
37
48
7,441
6,896
589
149
907
166
651
735
381
579
283
94
20,188
1,438
105
660
1,406
2,159
3,852
2,723
430
741
91
176
573
519
318

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$43.13
$21.06
$46.76

$28.20
$16.44
$38.62

$45.16
$21.18
$46.38

$58.69
$25.69
$55.63

$49.66
$51.71
$27.60
$48.24
$21.10
$23.22
$14.19
$38.66
$33.61
$16.64
$20.91
$50.30
$15.23
$37.96
$22.45
$24.77
$16.85
$12.66
$10.78
$14.98
$13.11
$12.99
$21.99
$24.48
$31.15
$21.39
$35 16
$35.16
$17.69
$24.18
$14.29
$11.53
$14.96
$19.26
$23.11
$18.09
$36.29
$36.10
$21.11
$19.08
$17.05
$29.70
$18.70
$20.58
$14.09
$19.13
$16.26
$44.02
$12.06
$20.56
$45.52
$21.47
$104.03
$24.69
$20.09
$48.70
$42.12
$19.70
$31.97

$41.03
$41.76
$19.82
$37.02
$15.95
$16.60
$12.31
$29.84
$29.84
$11.47
$15.00
$38.09
$11.92
$31.17
$18.83
$17.24
$13.92
$10.44
$9.36
$12.30
$11.04
$9.34
$17.77
$21.51
$23.75
$17.67
$26 08
$26.08
$13.95
$18.40
$10.84
$9.38
$12.93
$11.12
$19.38
$15.73
$32.05
$26.32
$16.79
$10.32
$14.02
$23.65
$14.32
$16.00
$11.06
$12.18
$12.86
$35.05
$10.01
$18.05
$40.88
$17.04
$75.08
$20.20
$16.85
$40.70
$37.89
$16.35
$28.18

$49.91
$48.11
$25.44
$45.00
$19.87
$21.22
$13.94
$37.13
$33.74
$14.16
$18.12
$45.23
$14.55
$38.17
$23.73
$25.64
$16.41
$11.41
$9.86
$15.00
$12.97
$12.27
$23.16
$21.52
$29.83
$20.22
$34 29
$34.29
$17.19
$22.66
$13.67
$10.10
$14.64
$17.09
$23.87
$17.15
$36.23
$32.56
$19.39
$21.83
$16.57
$27.91
$17.50
$19.39
$14.59
$17.40
$15.96
$43.76
$11.03
$20.72
$44.78
$20.79
$91.26
$24.86
$20.29
$46.78
$42.23
$19.00
$31.99

$58.43
$58.81
$32.76
$54.60
$24.81
$29.77
$16.10
$45.96
$39.13
$17.63
$27.85
$57.06
$17.98
$44.94
$26.45
$30.81
$18.41
$13.84
$11.49
$17.39
$14.77
$14.92
$26.56
$28.00
$36.31
$22.30
$43 88
$43.88
$20.94
$28.00
$16.97
$12.53
$16.98
$22.51
$27.05
$18.83
$42.65
$42.42
$23.04
$26.69
$19.33
$34.54
$21.92
$23.01
$17.01
$26.07
$19.07
$53.22
$12.48
$22.96
$50.81
$25.67
$91.32
$29.76
$23.16
$58.41
$46.52
$22.99
$35.64

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 75

Annual
Wage
$89,709
$43,804
$97,269
$85,227
$103,299
$107,541
$57,415
$100,333
$43,888
$48,303
$29,507
$80,409
$69,909
$34,610
$43,482
$104,638
$31,685
$78,954
$46,695
$51,521
$35,039
$26,342
$22,416
$31,148
$27,263
$27,010
$45,739
$50,924
$64,802
$44,478
$73 126
$73,126
$36,796
$50,282
$29,728
$23,972
$31,121
$40,065
$48,082
$37,627
$75,484
$75,084
$43,915
$39,691
$35,478
$61,772
$38,907
$42,801
$29,316
$39,788
$33,810
$91,575
$25,089
$42,750
$94,688
$44,663
$216,387
$51,355
$41,796
$101,296
$87,614
$40,957
$66,492

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

35-9011
21-2021
35-9021
43-5032
17-3019
51-4032
53-3031
47-2081
25-1063
19-3011
27-3041
11-9031
11-9039
11-9032
11-9033
25-1081
25-9099
21-1012
49-2092
17-3023
51-2022
17-3012
17-2071
49-9051
49-2094
47-3013
47-2111
51-2023
49-2096
49-2097
17 2072
17-2072
49-2093
25-2021
47-4021
43-4061
11-9161
29-2041
13-1071
51-2031
11-9041
25-1032
17-3029
17-2199
25-1123
27-2099
39-3099
17-3025
17-2081
19-4091
19-2041
19-1041
51-9194
53-7032
43-6011
29-1128
51-9041
51-4021
51-6091
51-6092
29-1062
49-3041
45-1011

Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Directors, Religious Activities & Education
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Drafters, All Other
Drilling/Boring Machine Tool Setters/Ops/Tenders
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Economics Teachers, Postsecondary
Economists
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electric Motor, Power Tool, & Related Repairers
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical & Electronics Drafters
Electrical Engineers
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electrician Helpers
Electricians
Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers
Electronic Equipment Installers/Repairers, Motor Veh
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Install/Repair
Electronics Engineers
Engineers, Not Computer
Electronics Install/Repair, Transprtn Equipmt
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Elevator Installers & Repairers
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Management Directors
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engine & Other Machine Assemblers
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other
English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Entertainers & Performers, Sports & Related Wkrs, A/O
Entertainment Attendants & Related Wkrs, A/O
Environmental Engineering Technicians
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Epidemiologists
Etchers & Engravers
Excavating & Loading Machine & Dragline Operators
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Exercise Physiologists
Extrude/Form/Press/Compact Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Extruding/Drawing Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Extruding/Forming Machine Set/Op/Tend, Synthetic/Glass
Fabric & Apparel Patternmakers
Family & General Practitioners
Farm Equipment Mechanics
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
5,014
43
5,084
1,583
361
92
2,578
1,335
74
129
1,901
413
433
1,344
1,098
445
2,356
1,853
81
1,082
3,660
888
3,862
669
700
165
4,752
104
222
331
2 639
2,639
244
9,758
118
1,797
66
2,041
5,957
758
3,810
417
815
2,420
523
95
160
338
961
523
1,913
191
85
312
8,000
36
265
206
48
602
52

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$10.97
$25.37
$10.57
$22.65
$24.86
$15.58
$14.62
$24.61

$9.31
$17.72
$9.39
$16.74
$21.14
$13.00
$9.58
$20.81

$9.57
$22.94
$10.16
$21.69
$25.23
$14.35
$12.72
$24.75

$11.53
$32.82
$11.33
$27.85
$28.19
$17.21
$16.79
$28.92

$39.83
$36.17
$25.68
$31.82

$31.96
$21.77
$17.31
$20.91

$39.14
$32.84
$23.72
$28.32

$45.10
$48.15
$29.56
$40.54

$50.12

$34.85

$42.97

$57.11

$22.66
$27.82
$26.91
$28.87
$16.79
$37.36
$46.95
$36.95
$35.02
$17.64
$32.59
$22.37
$25.14
$23.85
$49 41
$49.41
$29.05

$16.97
$22.69
$21.33
$21.75
$13.16
$31.80
$38.21
$32.79
$30.07
$11.57
$26.13
$17.22
$18.52
$19.71
$40 18
$40.18
$20.80

$19.80
$26.91
$29.39
$29.18
$16.16
$38.05
$46.18
$39.28
$36.47
$13.80
$32.92
$21.15
$22.95
$22.67
$47 94
$47.94
$28.74

$26.87
$32.72
$33.72
$34.08
$19.52
$43.80
$56.25
$42.89
$42.58
$24.94
$39.96
$27.11
$30.55
$27.95
$58 53
$58.53
$37.34

$41.13
$22.32
$41.81
$23.66
$33.44
$20.01
$65.95

$35.19
$19.86
$34.15
$13.60
$24.41
$14.79
$54.83

$42.20
$22.47
$42.06
$17.89
$32.03
$19.21
$65.13

$48.53
$24.58
$49.42
$34.86
$41.26
$22.22
$74.98

$32.06
$46.13

$26.10
$34.19

$32.80
$45.99

$38.11
$58.76

$21.41
$13.59
$29.55
$44.64
$27.34
$40.82
$36.37
$16.16
$31.15
$27.05
$20.63
$17.22
$19.15
$13.63
$15.78
$89.68
$18.42
$31.58

$13.07
$9.59
$27.17
$36.13
$20.88
$31.77
$30.97
$13.18
$28.18
$22.16
$15.47
$12.53
$13.79
$10.77
$12.84
$61.09
$11.57
$23.87

$19.57
$11.26
$31.80
$45.02
$27.15
$38.85
$37.23
$15.04
$31.78
$26.63
$18.60
$16.47
$18.65
$12.74
$15.03
$83.96
$18.50
$31.66

$27.80
$17.64
$34.55
$53.72
$33.68
$48.23
$42.93
$17.51
$34.82
$31.74
$25.30
$21.41
$22.71
$16.36
$17.91
$91.28
$23.16
$35.80

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 76

Annual
Wage
$22,830
$52,783
$21,986
$47,100
$51,724
$32,418
$30,420
$51,199
$91,236
$82,845
$75,226
$53,419
$66,194
$105,791
$104,252
$64,132
$47,131
$57,875
$55,955
$60,043
$34,919
$77,705
$97,669
$76,871
$72,844
$36,674
$67,790
$46,525
$52,302
$49,620
$102 766
$102,766
$60,415
$61,131
$85,551
$46,434
$86,954
$49,220
$69,546
$41,630
$137,188
$109,224
$66,686
$95,958
$65,297
$28,265
$61,469
$92,856
$56,873
$84,914
$75,642
$33,609
$64,806
$56,265
$42,914
$35,824
$39,822
$28,349
$32,813
$186,529
$38,306
$65,688

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

45-2092
45-2093
27-1022
47-4031
51-2091
43-4071
27-4032
13-2051
43-3099
13-2061
11-3031
13-2099
27-1013
33-2011
33-1021
33-2021
33-3031
39-9031
53-2031
47-2042
27-1023
51-3092
51-3093
35-9099
35-1012
35-2021
19-1012
35-3041
11-9051
51-3091
25 1124
25-1124
19-4092
19-4093
45-4011
19-1032
51-4071
13-1131
11-9061
51-9051
51-7021
39-3012
43-3041
41-2012
39-3011
11-9071
39-1011
33-9031
39-3019
51-8092
11-1021
29-9092
19-3092
25-1064
19-4041
19-2042
47-2121
45-2041
27-1024
51-4033
51-9022
37-3019
39-5012

FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
Fashion Designers
Fence Erectors
Fiberglass Laminators & Fabricators
File Clerks
Film & Video Editors
Financial Analysts
Financial Clerks, All Other
Financial Examiners
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fine Artists, Inc Painters, Sculptors, Illustrators
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fire Inspectors & Investigators
Fish & Game Wardens
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Flight Attendants
Floor Layers, Not Carpet, Wood, & Hard Tiles
Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Cooking Machine Operators & Tenders
Food Preparation & Serving Related Wkrs, A/O
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Scientists & Technologists
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Food/Tobacco Roast/Bake/Dry Mach Ops/Tenders
Foreign Language & Literature Teachers
Teachers, Postsecondary
Forensic Science Technicians
Forest & Conservation Technicians
Forest & Conservation Wkrs
Foresters
Foundry Mold & Coremakers
Fundraisers
Funeral Directors
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, & Kettle Ops/Tenders
Furniture Finishers
Gaming & Sports Book Writers & Runners
Gaming Cage Wkrs
Gaming Change Persons & Booth Cashiers
Gaming Dealers
Gaming Mgrs
Gaming Supervisors
Gaming Surveillance Officers & Gaming Investigators
Gaming Svc Wkrs, All Other
Gas Plant Operators
General & Operations Mgrs
Genetic Counselors
Geographers
Geography Teachers, Postsecondary
Geological & Petroleum Technicians
Geoscientists, Not Hydrologists & Geographers
Glaziers
Graders & Sorters, Agricultural Products
Graphic Designers
Grind/Lap/Polish/Buff Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Grinding & Polishing Wkrs, Hand
Grounds Maintenance Wkrs, All Other
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
203
116
214
525
1,359
332
3,033
549
221
6,630
1,415
555
2,668
754
78
19
3,946
987
502
1,031
135
6,194
7,302
75
2,606
194
278
75
159
87
94
80
1,140
189
127
421
280
2,979
106
442
206
36
29
15,095
24
43
52
642
1,076
2,889
575
276
57
5,497

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$12.23
$12.70
$30.29
$18.12
$15.53
$15.81
$28.48
$42.64
$22.78
$44.00
$61.18
$28.78
$34.32
$34.94
$45.66
$42.61
$28.00
$21.28

$10.12
$9.36
$17.94
$16.02
$11.67
$12.56
$24.52
$32.93
$17.92
$33.31
$43.15
$21.56
$20.48
$31.54
$40.58
$38.62
$24.01
$13.37

$11.44
$11.78
$26.70
$18.03
$14.08
$14.67
$28.07
$40.73
$21.71
$40.64
$55.28
$25.96
$24.98
$36.51
$46.11
$42.69
$31.55
$18.92

$13.63
$14.18
$36.19
$20.66
$19.27
$18.37
$32.46
$50.01
$26.49
$54.36
$72.60
$33.68
$38.78
$41.91
$52.41
$47.35
$31.56
$28.99

$26.39
$14.87
$14.04
$14.36
$11.15
$16.95
$12.25
$35.32
$12.19
$32.88
$17.93

$19.53
$12.26
$10.44
$10.83
$9.35
$13.00
$10.22
$24.70
$9.48
$21.90
$14.03

$29.78
$14.56
$12.98
$12.40
$10.15
$15.97
$11.61
$34.55
$11.01
$35.10
$17.38

$33.10
$17.15
$16.70
$17.86
$12.13
$20.43
$13.88
$45.82
$14.13
$43.23
$21.91

$30.59
$16.66
$11.01
$27.70
$16.21
$24.35
$40.65
$17.99
$21.20
$18.56
$13.51
$13.01
$14.32
$37.71
$24.97
$20.65
$14.72
$33.42
$65.58
$34.77
$33.66

$26.82
$12.95
$8.80
$24.17
$13.53
$18.64
$31.13
$12.78
$17.08
$13.78
$11.30
$10.69
$9.38
$30.61
$19.17
$12.91
$9.35
$28.66
$40.72
$30.56
$26.67

$30.34
$14.56
$8.81
$26.69
$16.00
$22.41
$43.52
$14.97
$21.80
$18.43
$13.26
$12.72
$12.30
$35.10
$24.19
$19.62
$13.29
$33.64
$57.87
$34.89
$32.82

$34.37
$18.43
$9.33
$32.40
$18.65
$29.26
$52.75
$23.03
$25.66
$23.53
$15.36
$14.80
$17.69
$43.75
$28.86
$27.29
$17.73
$38.65
$82.99
$39.95
$41.47

$19.16
$40.75
$25.13
$10.08
$28.02
$17.60
$15.40
$26.68
$18.42

$16.88
$28.08
$15.88
$9.22
$20.02
$13.77
$13.11
$23.95
$10.76

$20.06
$36.89
$22.72
$9.30
$26.08
$16.27
$15.34
$26.87
$14.48

$21.96
$49.27
$37.27
$10.16
$34.80
$18.71
$17.26
$27.97
$23.05

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 77

Annual
Wage
$25,446
$26,408
$63,006
$37,687
$32,307
$32,883
$59,239
$88,706
$47,386
$91,522
$127,256
$59,863
$71,395
$72,667
$94,971
$88,633
$58,254
$44,279
$42,784
$54,888
$30,927
$29,215
$29,858
$23,194
$35,271
$25,476
$73,449
$25,351
$68,401
$37,301
$58 162
$58,162
$63,628
$34,665
$22,908
$57,613
$33,719
$50,633
$84,568
$37,435
$44,083
$38,604
$28,112
$27,065
$29,789
$78,436
$51,925
$42,950
$30,605
$69,510
$136,399
$72,312
$70,014
$77,274
$39,844
$84,755
$52,270
$20,968
$58,278
$36,617
$32,035
$55,491
$38,319

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

47-4041
17-2111
29-1199
21-1091
25-1071
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
29-2092
51-4191
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
19-3093
25-1125
53-7041
49-9031
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
19-2043
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
15-1122
51 9061
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
47-2131
47-2132
43-9041
41-3021
13-2053
27-1025
29-1063
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
51-9071
23-1023
23-1012
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
17-1012
37-1012
37-3011
51-4034
51-6011
25-1112
23-1011
51-4192
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021

Hazardous Materials Removal Wkrs
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Diagnosing & Treating Practitioners, A/O
Health Educators
Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Hearing Aid Specialists
Heat Treating Equip Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
Historians
History Teachers, Postsecondary
Hoist & Winch Operators
Home Appliance Repairers
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Hydrologists
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Information Security Analysts
Inspectors Testers
Inspectors,
Testers, Sorters,
Sorters Samplers,
Samplers & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insulation Wkrs, Floor, Ceiling, & Wall
Insulation Wkrs, Mechanical
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Insurance Underwriters
Interior Designers
Internists, General
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Jewelers & Precious Stone & Metal Wkrs
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Judicial Law Clerks
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape Architects
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Lathe Setters/Ops/Tenders, Metal/Plastic
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Law Teachers, Postsecondary
Lawyers
Lay-Out Wkrs, Metal & Plastic
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
451
137
496
749
2,843
1,689
392
1,658
89
299
1,588
1,519
913
21
158
15
563
4,124
2,926
2,070
1,153
1,358
1,920
152
4,460
2,596
1,658
4,359
1,582
1,929
6 166
6,166
842
1,247
936
492
3,303
3,024
1,609
952
277
646
2,306
16,298
227
198
34
1,310
1,149
19,292
510
909
8,733
307
1,117
155
7,192
236
1,753
539
148
1,608

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$28.11
$48.20
$34.28
$24.32

$21.93
$40.30
$24.68
$17.80

$31.12
$46.37
$32.00
$22.16

$33.94
$57.84
$44.07
$29.06

$26.98
$32.26
$17.36
$21.71
$17.65
$28.42
$25.08
$24.37
$31.37

$20.43
$24.65
$13.77
$18.20
$12.94
$21.33
$18.80
$21.10
$23.32

$26.09
$30.55
$17.03
$20.92
$15.90
$27.86
$24.61
$25.00
$31.01

$33.52
$38.87
$20.36
$23.80
$21.18
$35.21
$29.84
$27.69
$36.21

$32.65
$19.54
$12.46
$11.23
$12.33
$21.60
$20.50
$56.14
$43.91
$43.42
$29.56
$52.67
$20.44
$19.33
$47.05
$26 30
$26.30
$16.73
$23.43
$30.11
$20.58
$26.87
$19.23
$31.30
$41.19
$24.66
$95.79
$23.01
$16.56
$14.48
$22.89
$43.66
$23.27

$31.16
$14.66
$10.66
$9.40
$10.32
$16.27
$17.18
$41.71
$34.18
$36.06
$23.24
$39.33
$14.48
$16.21
$39.74
$19 34
$19.34
$12.44
$17.13
$24.95
$16.40
$18.58
$15.93
$18.23
$30.68
$18.46
$73.58
$19.41
$11.75
$11.01
$16.79
$34.52
$23.03

$34.06
$19.77
$11.77
$10.29
$11.78
$19.40
$20.36
$53.13
$41.37
$43.04
$29.64
$50.58
$18.66
$18.87
$49.16
$28 49
$28.49
$16.98
$24.55
$29.23
$18.35
$26.19
$18.87
$24.69
$39.67
$22.34
$87.64
$22.80
$16.78
$13.91
$22.31
$36.68
$23.04

$36.95
$22.86
$13.55
$11.85
$13.83
$24.41
$23.46
$67.98
$52.76
$51.35
$35.99
$64.22
$24.28
$22.30
$55.45
$33 70
$33.70
$20.89
$28.89
$34.86
$23.31
$35.29
$22.04
$35.39
$50.68
$29.87
$91.29
$26.95
$20.37
$17.28
$28.88
$58.87
$23.62

$35.02
$16.05
$29.62
$24.36
$15.53
$20.66
$12.55

$26.32
$11.06
$22.59
$18.53
$12.48
$15.58
$10.46

$35.68
$14.00
$28.17
$24.08
$14.53
$20.78
$12.10

$43.36
$18.50
$35.78
$28.29
$17.69
$25.59
$14.34

$61.46
$26.15
$26.03
$31.15

$36.94
$19.32
$20.55
$24.57

$54.09
$25.85
$25.90
$27.89

$75.74
$32.12
$32.09
$35.84

$33.56

$30.02

$33.52

$37.24

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 78

Annual
Wage
$58,479
$100,249
$71,309
$50,585
$131,392
$56,134
$67,119
$36,105
$45,165
$36,715
$59,103
$52,164
$50,679
$65,246
$74,412
$67,919
$40,635
$25,919
$23,361
$25,644
$44,922
$42,640
$116,771
$91,328
$90,319
$61,482
$109,553
$42,505
$40,201
$97,869
$54 706
$54,706
$34,795
$48,723
$62,620
$42,808
$55,895
$40,002
$65,105
$85,674
$51,287
$199,251
$47,864
$34,457
$30,120
$47,607
$90,814
$48,412
$54,548
$72,825
$33,398
$61,602
$50,668
$32,287
$42,976
$26,122
$103,190
$127,839
$54,396
$54,139
$64,792
$74,818
$69,807

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

43-4121
25-1082
25-4031
29-2061
19-1099
19-4099
33-9092
13-2071
43-4131
13-2072
39-3093
49-9094
11-9081
45-4022
13-1081
53-7063
51-4041
29-2035
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
39-5092
17-2121
13-1161
11-2021
21-1013
31-9011
53-7199
25 1022
25-1022
15-2021
51-3022
49-9011
17-3013
17-3027
17-2141
49-1011
27-4099
27-3099
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
51-9082
31-9092
31-9093
49-9062
29-2071
19-1042
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1023
21-1014
27-1026
51-4199
51-4051
43-5041
11-9199
19-1022
25-2022

Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Life Scientists, All Other
Life, Physical, & Social Science Technicians, A/O
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Counselors
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Locker Room, Coatroom, & Dressing Room Attendants
Locksmiths & Safe Repairers
Lodging Mgrs
Logging Equipment Operators
Logisticians
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Manicurists & Pedicurists
Marine Engineers & Naval Architects
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Marriage & Family Therapists
Massage Therapists
Material Moving Wkrs, All Other
Mathematical Science Teachers
Teachers, Postsecondary
Mathematicians
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Door Repairers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineering Technicians
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Media & Communication Equipment Wkrs, All Other
Media & Communication Wkrs, All Other
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Appliance Technicians
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Equipment Repairers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Scientists, Not Epidemiologists
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Metal Wkrs & Plastic Wkrs, All Other
Metal-Refining Furnace Operators & Tenders
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Microbiologists
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
956
71
1,360
2,645
290
403
1,222
300
2,039
2,828
162
170
190
86
5,770
452
3,090
447
7,276
919
11,945
471
9,238
1,368
290
9,886
4,955
262
1,743
273
324
99
3,053
238
2,251
621
3,503
4,011
105
367
1,259
1,949
1,398
6,097
808
662
2,319
3,871
6,690
854
790
1,470
1,308
201
163
4,431
334
3,483

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$12.93

$11.12

$12.69

$14.13

$20.49
$25.55
$43.45
$24.46
$11.56
$19.15
$17.32
$40.56
$11.42
$21.18
$27.45
$27.66
$41.18
$14.36
$25.82
$38.21
$12.26
$14.70
$20.59
$23.69
$45.82
$12.24
$43.28
$40.57
$65.90
$20.95
$27.80

$17.77
$23.07
$31.89
$20.03
$9.72
$16.23
$13.43
$27.33
$9.59
$11.84
$18.44
$19.93
$32.52
$11.24
$19.51
$32.76
$9.76
$11.08
$15.55
$20.18
$33.79
$10.07
$35.52
$25.34
$49.49
$16.90
$21.31

$20.40
$25.72
$37.59
$23.14
$10.76
$18.17
$17.16
$34.10
$10.84
$22.89
$24.52
$24.77
$39.09
$14.20
$24.73
$39.08
$11.44
$13.86
$18.99
$23.59
$43.59
$10.89
$41.80
$38.52
$62.90
$20.28
$29.38

$22.77
$28.31
$59.32
$28.96
$11.92
$21.58
$21.02
$46.26
$12.64
$27.38
$33.88
$32.05
$46.56
$17.26
$32.34
$44.80
$13.99
$17.66
$25.91
$28.08
$55.32
$11.73
$47.45
$54.00
$79.06
$24.88
$34.30

$57.56
$14.65
$19.87
$36.43
$30.19
$45.42
$34.27
$28.46
$25.60
$21.20
$31.60
$54.97
$27.86
$18.16
$18.75
$17.91
$25.33
$20.78
$37.19
$20.33
$16.65
$23.39
$21.74
$22.15
$15.88
$18.71
$31.98
$24.44
$53.76
$33.80

$47.21
$10.00
$14.88
$30.02
$25.78
$36.81
$26.82
$16.67
$18.21
$17.09
$26.81
$40.47
$22.11
$13.83
$16.21
$14.69
$18.63
$16.42
$22.47
$17.07
$9.57
$18.21
$16.35
$17.80
$12.39
$12.15
$19.52
$20.80
$40.50
$24.82

$61.14
$11.58
$19.99
$37.00
$29.90
$45.04
$33.09
$24.67
$25.29
$20.18
$31.31
$50.93
$27.46
$19.13
$18.27
$17.18
$24.83
$19.15
$29.18
$19.88
$16.19
$21.43
$19.69
$21.44
$14.45
$16.73
$38.71
$22.93
$51.55
$31.95

$71.53
$18.18
$24.47
$43.53
$35.12
$54.61
$40.23
$39.35
$29.50
$23.45
$36.02
$63.65
$33.62
$21.69
$21.27
$20.56
$32.33
$24.12
$42.89
$23.29
$21.72
$26.11
$27.17
$25.91
$19.14
$24.72
$42.90
$27.13
$64.52
$39.74

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 79

Annual
Wage
$26,912
$87,371
$42,615
$53,154
$90,371
$50,884
$24,050
$39,847
$36,028
$84,381
$23,742
$44,047
$57,104
$57,537
$85,658
$29,865
$53,689
$79,478
$25,496
$30,582
$42,821
$49,288
$95,306
$25,448
$90,021
$84,400
$137,073
$43,584
$57,825
$89 718
$89,718
$119,706
$30,471
$41,323
$75,765
$62,786
$94,470
$71,268
$59,201
$53,251
$44,091
$65,725
$114,341
$57,933
$37,770
$39,013
$37,265
$52,689
$43,212
$77,354
$42,298
$34,620
$48,652
$45,225
$46,070
$33,031
$38,924
$66,502
$50,833
$111,816
$70,292
$61,396

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

51-4035
49-9044
17-2151
51-9023
49-3042
51-4061
51-4072
51-9195
39-4031
53-3099
49-3051
53-5022
49-3052
27-1014
51-4081
25-4013
27-2041
49-9063
27-2042
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-2033
51-4012
29-1151
29-1161
29-1171
31-1014
25 1072
25-1072
29-1064
29-9011
29-9012
31-2012
31-2011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
15-2031
51-9083
29-2057
29-2081
29-1041
29-1022
43-4151
31-1015
29-2091
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-3014
47-2141
51-9122
51-9123
51-9196
23-2011
33-3041
53-6021

Milling/Planing Mach Setters, Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Millwrights
Mining & Geological Engineers (Inc Mining Safety)
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Model Makers, Metal & Plastic
Mold/Coremaking/Casting Mach Set/Op/Tend, Mtl/Plastic
Molders, Shapers, & Casters, Not Metal & Plastic
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other
Motorboat Mechanics
Motorboat Operators
Motorcycle Mechanics
Multi-Media Artists & Animators
Multiple Machine Tool Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Museum Technicians & Conservators
Music Directors & Composers
Musical Instrument Repairers & Tuners
Musicians & Singers
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Numerical Tool & Process Control Programmers
Nurse Anesthetists
Nurse Midwives
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Nursing Instructors & Teachers
Teachers, Postsecondary
Obstetricians & Gynecologists
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Health & Safety Technicians
Occupational Therapist Aides
Occupational Therapist Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Operations Research Analysts
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians
Opticians, Dispensing
Optometrists
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons
Order Clerks
Orderlies
Orthotists & Prosthetists
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painter, Paperhanger, Plasterer, Stucco Helpers
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Painting, Coating, & Decorating Wkrs
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Enforcement Wkrs
Parking Lot Attendants

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
369
27
526
1,108
24
737
344
225
376
157
104
2,328
482
155
89
609
928
5,222
714
1,755
3,719
178
717
61
1,056
9,403
544
870
64
29
210
1,163
11,747
3,494
19,929
634
2,220
1,761
463
242
605
145
3,721
177
58
116
1,533
5,738
3,633
1,089
93
705
3,358
172
2,666

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$24.24
$35.89
$41.16
$18.12
$27.63
$29.15
$15.92
$17.97
$20.07
$12.82
$19.96
$30.80
$22.03
$33.62
$17.45
$21.36
$37.72
$14.97
$31.76
$67.37
$39.37
$18.65
$13.45
$39.78
$42.80
$34.32
$91.75
$50.09
$47.71
$15.17

$16.73
$32.25
$30.32
$13.21
$21.72
$25.33
$12.48
$13.69
$16.93
$9.54
$16.68
$27.37
$19.39
$22.68
$11.86
$15.98
$20.75
$12.41
$18.13
$49.24
$31.24
$16.28
$9.92
$26.36
$38.04
$30.53
$70.98
$34.64
$41.71
$12.73

$22.45
$35.90
$38.92
$16.21
$26.62
$30.73
$14.64
$17.34
$19.60
$12.27
$19.41
$30.09
$22.07
$31.33
$15.11
$19.98
$27.78
$14.65
$29.15
$61.45
$38.40
$18.10
$11.34
$35.77
$42.75
$34.29
$82.08
$41.55
$48.26
$14.60

$32.70
$40.90
$46.50
$22.36
$33.20
$34.68
$18.72
$21.96
$22.38
$14.26
$23.17
$31.22
$25.68
$43.04
$20.36
$23.53
$47.48
$17.46
$42.97
$79.35
$46.09
$20.85
$14.48
$50.60
$47.97
$39.31
$91.28
$49.30
$54.61
$17.35

$121.42
$38.66
$25.86
$17.57
$28.54
$38.64
$29.46
$18.23
$16.39
$14.55
$29.55
$41.75
$17.19
$23.01
$22.69
$58.69
$120.84
$18.47
$15.01
$31.66
$17.54
$15.14
$11.82
$14.42
$19.86
$26.32
$19.28
$18.13
$27.57
$24.34
$11.83

$91.25
$31.90
$21.10
$15.34
$24.86
$34.98
$21.85
$14.56
$12.26
$11.30
$24.69
$34.15
$13.14
$18.13
$20.22
$47.17
$91.23
$14.23
$12.46
$23.48
$15.02
$10.84
$9.39
$12.90
$15.87
$19.08
$13.61
$12.51
$19.23
$22.62
$9.85

$91.29
$39.24
$24.97
$17.06
$28.23
$39.82
$27.87
$17.98
$15.32
$13.68
$30.97
$40.90
$17.19
$22.69
$22.46
$57.26
$91.23
$17.95
$14.30
$31.05
$17.45
$13.78
$9.70
$13.94
$18.32
$28.44
$17.40
$16.55
$27.31
$25.07
$10.95

$91.33
$44.25
$29.83
$19.06
$32.67
$43.81
$34.91
$21.54
$19.13
$17.43
$34.64
$46.84
$20.69
$26.72
$25.84
$76.08
$91.23
$22.23
$17.60
$40.11
$20.24
$18.36
$12.62
$15.01
$24.65
$33.55
$25.57
$21.46
$33.77
$27.22
$12.49

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 80

Annual
Wage
$50,422
$74,646
$85,616
$37,690
$57,454
$60,638
$33,114
$37,396
$41,751
$26,667
$41,526
$64,048
$45,817
$69,927
$36,292
$44,419
$78,455
$31,135
$140,124
$81,885
$38,802
$27,979
$82,735
$89,022
$71,379
$190,841
$104,192
$99,248
$31,548
$74 629
$74,629
$252,543
$80,408
$53,782
$36,538
$59,368
$80,372
$61,261
$37,907
$34,096
$30,251
$61,461
$86,839
$35,766
$47,856
$47,184
$122,081
$251,347
$38,413
$31,220
$65,855
$36,484
$31,476
$24,597
$29,992
$41,293
$54,761
$40,112
$37,703
$57,347
$50,625
$24,617

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

41-2022
51-4062
47-2071
43-3051
29-1065
39-9021
39-9099
13-2052
39-1021
37-2021
37-3012
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
25-1126
31-9097
27-4021
51-9151
29-1069
19-2099
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
19-2012
25-1054
47-2072
47-3015
47-2151
51-8099
47 2161
47-2161
51-4193
47-2152
29-1081
33-1012
33-3051
43-5031
25-1065
19-3094
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
25-1199
51-4052
51-8012
51-8013
49-9069
51-5111
25-2011
51-6021
51-5113
51-5112
33-9021
21-1092
43-3061
27-2012
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
43-9081

Parts Salespersons
Patternmakers, Metal & Plastic
Paving, Surfacing, & Tamping Equipment Operators
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Pediatricians, General
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Care & Svc Wkrs, All Other
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pest Control Wkrs
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, & Applicators, Vegetation
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Philosophy & Religion Teachers, Postsecondary
Phlebotomists
Photographers
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Scientists, All Other
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Physicists
Physics Teachers, Postsecondary
Pile-Driver Operators
Pipelayer, Plumber, Pipefitter, Steamfitter Helpers
Pipelayers
Plant & System Operators, All Other
Plasterers & Stucco Masons
Plating/Coating Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Podiatrists
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police, Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Political Scientists
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other
Pourers & Casters, Metal
Power Distributors & Dispatchers
Power Plant Operators
Precision Instrument & Equipment Repairers, A/O
Prepress Technicians and Workers
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Pressers, Textile, Garment, & Related Materials
Print Binding and Finishing Workers
Printing Press Operators
Private Detectives & Investigators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Producers & Directors
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Proofreaders & Copy Markers

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
2,049
389
1,740
355
9,102
632
2,382
1,948
256
2,736
275
3,325
302
754
904
520
2,287
207
264
672
2,164
1,146
402
177
130
309
647

152
2,683
61
754
3,242
574
232
78
572
2,496
1,664
45
536
33
119
129
548
3,475
730
339
1,426
161
508
491
1,402
5,210
2,481
1,652
3,079
92

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$17.35
$31.08
$20.81
$21.96
$82.77
$11.66
$11.53
$47.82
$22.37
$22.59
$16.29
$56.51
$14.16
$20.23

$12.88
$30.52
$14.33
$18.78
$64.55
$10.36
$9.35
$25.44
$15.82
$18.03
$13.27
$51.11
$11.24
$17.41

$17.07
$32.65
$19.94
$21.63
$75.40
$11.25
$10.70
$35.93
$21.69
$21.84
$15.24
$56.66
$14.15
$20.20

$21.26
$34.76
$26.69
$25.39
$91.25
$12.75
$12.83
$61.71
$27.72
$27.05
$18.67
$64.32
$16.69
$22.78

$17.77
$15.04
$15.93
$92.19
$46.68
$13.82
$27.17
$40.06
$50.08
$59.79

$15.45
$9.40
$9.44
$63.28
$35.82
$11.93
$22.04
$35.06
$42.72
$46.48

$17.37
$11.13
$13.76
$91.24
$46.81
$13.58
$28.86
$40.28
$49.28
$63.25

$19.92
$17.97
$20.42
$91.31
$55.31
$15.57
$33.48
$44.95
$57.67
$74.85

$31.33
$16.58
$26.73
$27.42
$25 42
$25.42
$18.23
$33.02
$82.75
$50.32
$37.85
$26.62

$24.81
$12.44
$22.75
$25.44
$22 30
$22.30
$15.67
$26.09
$67.49
$43.43
$32.47
$23.94

$33.09
$14.11
$27.24
$29.24
$25 23
$25.23
$17.77
$32.27
$80.74
$50.26
$37.46
$26.62

$37.60
$17.10
$32.02
$32.24
$27 88
$27.88
$21.00
$39.64
$91.26
$56.19
$43.74
$29.55

$34.26
$25.02
$26.56
$25.25
$39.73

$23.70
$25.87
$26.23
$25.82
$32.76

$32.11
$25.87
$27.53
$25.87
$39.22

$35.87
$25.88
$27.54
$25.88
$46.85

$15.79
$44.57
$37.89
$35.89
$16.92
$14.30
$15.12
$15.61
$21.15
$32.61
$27.13
$20.03
$28.70
$32.76
$16.78
$13.78
$25.84
$19.38

$12.31
$36.11
$33.91
$32.47
$11.32
$11.95
$11.54
$12.06
$16.57
$27.81
$23.62
$16.82
$9.37
$24.18
$10.28
$10.55
$19.74
$14.02

$13.93
$47.68
$38.77
$36.39
$14.92
$13.88
$15.68
$14.82
$20.94
$32.69
$25.12
$20.17
$25.51
$32.18
$13.15
$13.26
$23.90
$19.65

$17.83
$53.08
$43.06
$41.61
$21.41
$16.32
$17.97
$18.88
$26.00
$36.72
$28.74
$22.93
$37.31
$41.29
$21.56
$15.81
$30.22
$23.75

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 81

Annual
Wage
$36,089
$64,632
$43,284
$45,666
$172,170
$24,247
$23,972
$99,467
$46,534
$46,987
$33,899
$117,536
$29,451
$42,074
$71,121
$36,974
$31,285
$33,127
$191,769
$97,081
$28,743
$56,515
$83,327
$104,174
$124,350
$90,743
$65,171
$34,475
$55,595
$57,024
$52 867
$52,867
$37,905
$68,677
$172,127
$104,668
$78,741
$55,361
$85,464
$71,254
$52,037
$55,240
$52,511
$82,645
$76,402
$32,844
$92,701
$78,823
$74,642
$35,186
$29,752
$31,448
$32,477
$43,987
$67,834
$56,428
$41,663
$59,693
$68,143
$34,894
$28,661
$53,743
$40,314

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
31-1013
29-2053
29-1066
19-3039
25-1066
27-3012
11-2031
27-3031
13-1021
13-1023
11-3061
29-1124
27-3011
49-2021
29-2034
49-3043
41-9021
41-9022
43-4171
25-1193
39-9032
29-1125
49-3092
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
47-2171
21 2099
21-2099
27-3022
43-4181
39-9041
29-1126
29-2054
41-1011
41-2031
49-9096
51-4023
47-2181
53-5011
41-9099
41-9031
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
49-2098
33-9032
25-3021
51-9141
51-9012
47-4071
27-1027
51-6031
47-2211
53-5031

Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Psychiatric Aides
Psychiatric Technicians
Psychiatrists
Psychologists, All Other
Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary
Public Address System & Other Announcers
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents & Buyers, Farm Products
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radiation Therapists
Radio & Television Announcers
Radio Mechanics
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Rail Car Repairers
Real Estate Brokers
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation & Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Therapists
Recreational Vehicle Svc Technicians
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reinforcing Iron & Rebar Wkrs
Religious Wkrs
Wkrs, All Other
Reporters & Correspondents
Reservation/Transportation Ticket Agents/Travel Clerks
Residential Advisors
Respiratory Therapists
Respiratory Therapy Technicians
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Riggers
Rolling Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Roofers
Sailors & Marine Oilers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Engineers
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Semiconductor Processors
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Septic Tank Svcrs & Sewer Pipe Cleaners
Set & Exhibit Designers
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Ship Engineers

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
2,675
993
554
146
148
182
174
328
64
1,264
3,166
128
5,818
1,290
159
256
1,633
271
1,950
9,272
103
2,755
129
86
556
21,002
2,870
278
75
310
846
596
119
10,253
47,387
84
1,353
1,961
1,374
849
5,582
8,776
19,720
5,200
241
5,133
15,207
3,010
722
8,787
2,916
252
37
1,457
1,550
766

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$34.27
$24.55
$19.34
$14.04
$22.53
$84.76
$39.21

$23.98
$14.93
$14.20
$11.69
$17.56
$72.47
$27.39

$29.39
$21.78
$17.09
$13.44
$21.56
$82.70
$43.30

$41.10
$32.46
$22.94
$15.16
$27.34
$91.25
$51.05

$16.75
$51.18
$31.24
$27.71
$35.54
$57.87
$51.07
$30.08
$32.87
$34.45
$24.45
$32.65
$23.35
$15.32

$9.56
$38.49
$23.46
$21.69
$27.73
$43.44
$42.19
$14.14
$29.86
$28.96
$18.93
$14.24
$13.08
$12.40

$15.32
$49.72
$29.35
$26.98
$35.52
$55.05
$49.44
$22.07
$35.84
$33.89
$24.11
$25.60
$20.27
$15.02

$17.37
$61.81
$37.15
$32.77
$43.54
$69.00
$57.78
$40.72
$41.45
$39.95
$29.85
$40.69
$28.02
$17.75

$14.18
$24.40
$24.86
$23.04
$39.39
$20.70
$35.38
$16 44
$16.44
$22.23
$17.44
$14.50
$32.75
$31.52
$23.09
$15.28
$24.65
$20.90
$22.33
$23.32
$17.23
$60.63
$65.38
$31.40
$34.90
$50.36
$17.05

$10.37
$18.58
$22.42
$19.37
$32.60
$15.61
$31.98
$11 94
$11.94
$13.49
$13.04
$11.55
$28.55
$26.60
$16.91
$9.97
$18.53
$17.39
$16.36
$21.60
$11.04
$41.60
$43.60
$18.22
$20.83
$33.02
$13.98

$12.45
$22.69
$25.67
$23.93
$39.18
$18.39
$38.20
$13 70
$13.70
$17.94
$18.64
$14.41
$33.02
$32.67
$20.88
$12.23
$24.91
$20.80
$21.32
$23.37
$15.15
$53.96
$59.77
$28.36
$30.95
$45.82
$16.71

$16.02
$31.07
$28.09
$27.09
$45.63
$24.18
$42.10
$19 57
$19.57
$25.02
$21.49
$17.23
$37.14
$37.23
$25.63
$17.31
$32.02
$23.17
$28.92
$25.82
$21.82
$71.28
$80.55
$41.45
$44.63
$62.61
$19.52

$19.68
$39.64
$25.05
$17.18
$21.04
$17.95
$20.77
$23.87
$21.33
$13.13
$28.94
$38.15

$16.21
$18.64
$21.80
$11.37
$13.89
$15.41
$13.77
$20.88
$18.88
$10.42
$20.39
$28.11

$19.47
$28.24
$25.77
$14.19
$19.55
$17.49
$21.53
$23.72
$20.95
$11.80
$29.78
$35.40

$23.02
$53.23
$28.58
$19.43
$27.13
$20.20
$26.54
$27.20
$23.00
$15.45
$37.67
$45.42

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 82

Annual
Wage
$71,289
$51,080
$40,221
$29,205
$46,868
$176,298
$81,561
$72,863
$34,825
$106,457
$64,985
$57,633
$73,921
$120,368
$106,212
$62,561
$68,373
$71,666
$50,851
$67,902
$48,581
$31,862
$51,703
$29,495
$50,740
$51,702
$47,929
$81,940
$43,045
$73,599
$34 197
$34,197
$46,235
$36,267
$30,172
$68,116
$65,574
$48,030
$31,777
$51,254
$43,487
$46,448
$48,495
$35,842
$126,107
$135,984
$65,305
$72,593
$104,760
$35,460
$62,519
$40,917
$82,451
$52,105
$35,718
$43,771
$37,347
$43,195
$49,649
$44,352
$27,307
$60,191
$79,367

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

43-5071
51-6041
39-5094
51-3023
39-1012
11-9151
21-1093
19-4061
25-1069
19-3099
21-1029
19-3041
25-1067
19-1013
27-4014
25-2052
25-2059
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
51-8021
43-9111
15-2041
43-5081
47-2022
47-2221
51-2041
21-1011
25-3098
53 4041
53-4041
29-1067
29-2055
19-3022
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
51-6052
53-7121
47-2082
13-2081
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
27-3042
49-2022
49-9052
41-9041
43-2021
43-3071
51-6062
51-6099
29-1129
47-2044
49-3093
23-2093
51-4111
51-4194
39-7011

Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Shoe & Leather Wkrs & Repairers
Skin Care Specialists
Slaughterers & Meat Packers
Slot Key Persons
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Science Research Assistants
Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, A/O
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Sociologists
Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary
Soil & Plant Scientists
Sound Engineering Technicians
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, All Other
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stationary Engineers & Boiler Operators
Statistical Assistants
Statisticians
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Stonemasons
Structural Iron & Steel Wkrs
Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Subway & Streetcar Operators
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Survey Researchers
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tailors, Dressmakers, & Custom Sewers
Tank Car, Truck, & Ship Loaders
Tapers
Tax Examiners, Collectors, & Revenue Agents
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Tech Writers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telecommunications Line Installers & Repairers
Telemarketers
Telephone Operators
Tellers
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Textile, Apparel, & Furnishings Wkrs, All Other
Therapists, All Other
Tile & Marble Setters
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tool & Die Makers
Tool Grinders, Filers, & Sharpeners
Tour Guides and Escorts

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
7,735
535
259
62
1,120
3,810
258
56
360
506
119
117
27
214
1,038
47
415
156
668
1,219
450
698
16,861
511
590
950
7,122
109
484
950
96
375
321
782
809
315
183
779
473
636
2,227
12,013
1,746
2,846
1,269
2,077
1,055
1,634
12
4,550
45
144
48
775
630
1,197
181
220

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$18.34
$13.70
$17.48
$13.17
$19.88
$35.54
$14.24
$18.45

$13.55
$12.26
$9.39
$9.66
$14.52
$27.29
$11.10
$15.93

$16.92
$13.53
$16.85
$11.90
$18.65
$33.25
$13.24
$17.68

$21.49
$14.80
$22.06
$14.57
$25.61
$40.70
$16.36
$19.78

$35.35
$24.31
$30.68

$26.64
$16.02
$25.09

$35.77
$22.95
$28.37

$42.27
$32.83
$37.76

$30.45
$29.75

$26.31
$17.19

$32.09
$21.91

$35.82
$31.32

$35.51
$29.53
$21.98
$34.96
$15.05
$27.30
$32.51
$23.08
$21.60
$19.33
$25 93
$25.93
$121.75
$25.55
$31.54
$25.76
$32.66
$11.85
$15.37
$17.42
$28.57
$23.20
$31.77
$18.86
$12.81

$27.55
$26.16
$19.99
$26.21
$10.81
$21.92
$24.85
$17.24
$17.19
$17.35
$25 01
$25.01
$91.26
$21.62
$23.55
$22.03
$27.21
$9.75
$12.88
$15.14
$20.99
$17.88
$24.60
$12.83
$9.55

$36.10
$31.34
$21.75
$31.76
$14.03
$29.44
$33.29
$21.79
$21.62
$19.41
$26 77
$26.77
$91.29
$25.39
$28.42
$25.48
$33.26
$11.15
$15.06
$17.03
$31.50
$23.99
$28.69
$14.67
$11.12

$43.45
$35.19
$23.63
$43.26
$18.30
$33.48
$40.39
$27.77
$25.74
$21.45
$28 53
$28.53
$91.33
$29.08
$39.65
$28.79
$38.04
$13.12
$17.78
$19.60
$35.65
$28.12
$38.04
$19.14
$14.83

$14.99
$42.50
$29.13
$24.90
$12.88
$16.75
$14.16
$14.17
$13.76
$32.87
$26.15
$17.20
$24.22
$30.40
$28.32
$13.15

$12.23
$35.37
$21.97
$20.81
$9.93
$14.04
$12.24
$12.33
$11.76
$22.34
$24.09
$12.50
$18.52
$28.28
$21.70
$9.54

$14.08
$43.14
$29.55
$25.36
$11.57
$16.56
$13.77
$13.92
$13.31
$34.10
$26.41
$18.03
$22.93
$32.64
$30.93
$11.19

$17.06
$51.25
$34.41
$28.58
$14.20
$18.61
$15.80
$16.04
$14.83
$44.47
$28.73
$21.27
$31.18
$35.55
$34.54
$14.87

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 83

Annual
Wage
$38,134
$28,499
$36,362
$27,388
$41,354
$73,925
$29,621
$38,380
$69,308
$73,513
$50,563
$63,827
$76,587
$63,345
$61,880
$60,730
$51,125
$60,652
$61,589
$62,324
$73,867
$61,405
$45,720
$72,713
$31,301
$56,777
$67,621
$48,003
$44,922
$40,203
$53 951
$53,951
$253,240
$53,159
$65,620
$53,568
$67,938
$24,655
$31,957
$36,238
$59,434
$48,259
$66,090
$39,243
$26,640
$32,482
$39,214
$31,176
$88,415
$60,589
$51,786
$26,798
$34,834
$29,460
$29,491
$28,630
$68,384
$54,392
$35,780
$50,362
$63,235
$58,903
$27,353

SOC
Code

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA MD
Occupational Title

53-6041
11-3131
13-1151
33-3052
53-6051
33-9093
53-6099
11-3071
53-1031
41-3041
39-7012
37-3013
53-3032
53-3033
27-2023
51-6093
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-2023
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
51-4122
13 1022
13-1022
51-7099
51-7042
43-9022
27-3043
19-1023

Traffic Technicians
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
Transit & Railroad Police
Transportation Inspectors
Transportation Security Screeners
Transportation Wkrs, All Other
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Travel Agents
Travel Guides
Tree Trimmers & Pruners
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Umpires, Referees, & Other Sports Officials
Upholsterers
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Welding/Soldering/Brazing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Wholesale & Retail Buyers
Buyers, Not Farm Products
WoodWkrs, All Other
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Word Processors & Typists
Writers & Authors
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
62
448
2,592
30
435
859
463
1,935
2,661
1,097
376
9,930
8,337
220
1,452
1,512
562
793
900
20
2,487
690
20,223
545
3,395
409
2,330
251
2 530
2,530
227
441
761
893

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$25.15
$54.68
$38.89
$33.25
$27.77
$18.22
$17.96
$50.49
$30.21
$20.10
$21.03
$19.07
$22.17
$17.77

$22.06
$40.87
$30.84
$22.36
$10.95
$15.13
$12.63
$36.58
$22.12
$14.18
$19.65
$14.85
$18.37
$12.58

$25.80
$52.33
$38.89
$38.37
$14.59
$18.20
$17.84
$47.99
$27.91
$20.11
$21.08
$17.53
$21.34
$15.95

$28.81
$67.18
$46.40
$42.69
$46.98
$20.14
$22.21
$61.17
$35.96
$23.48
$22.50
$23.63
$25.22
$21.34

$17.33
$36.62
$11.86
$38.28
$12.92
$16.36

$10.73
$29.95
$9.36
$26.43
$11.09
$14.22

$13.37
$36.98
$11.14
$37.25
$12.76
$16.18

$22.18
$43.49
$13.80
$46.52
$14.27
$18.03

$29.75

$22.80

$27.86

$35.74

$13.61
$31.89
$37.32
$16.58
$23.28
$18.23
$33 05
$33.05
$17.11
$17.58
$21.65
$37.06
$37.01

$9.33
$28.43
$29.61
$12.65
$19.18
$11.75
$21 27
$21.27
$14.21
$15.29
$16.14
$27.19
$27.29

$12.15
$32.30
$36.58
$16.06
$22.06
$16.85
$27 35
$27.35
$17.11
$17.56
$20.61
$37.63
$33.81

$14.56
$35.57
$44.13
$20.42
$26.90
$22.66
$37 86
$37.86
$20.09
$20.48
$26.68
$45.54
$44.98

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 84

Annual
Wage
$52,312
$113,717
$80,892
$69,158
$57,759
$37,892
$37,360
$105,035
$62,836
$41,819
$43,752
$39,655
$46,113
$36,976
$30,403
$36,031
$76,174
$24,668
$79,604
$26,880
$34,020
$59,666
$61,881
$63,177
$28,309
$66,328
$77,624
$34,502
$48,426
$37,910
$68 744
$68,744
$35,594
$36,572
$45,028
$77,078
$76,986

Spokane, WA MSA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Spokane County
SOC
Code

Spokane, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

13-2011
15-2011
23-1021
11-3011
25-3011
11-2011
41-3011
17-2011
45-2091
49-3011
39-3091
29-1061
33-9011
13-2021
17-1011
17-3011
27-1011
25-1121
51-2099
29-9091
19-2021
27-4011
25-9011
49-3021
49-3023
49-2091
39-6011
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
25-1042
19-4021
47-2011
43-3031
47-2021
27-4012
43-4011
13-2031
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
13-1199
25-1011
51-3021
51-7011
27-4031
29-2031
43-5011
47-3012
47-2031
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
51-9191

Accountants & Auditors
Actuaries
Admin Law Judges, Adjudicators, & Hearing Officers
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising & Promotions Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Aerospace Engineers
Agricultural Equipment Operators
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Anesthesiologists
Animal Control Wkrs
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Art Directors
Art, Drama, & Music Teachers, Postsecondary
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Athletic Trainers
Atmospheric & Space Scientists
Audio & Video Equipment Technicians
Audio-Visual Collections Specialists
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Avionics Technicians
Baggage Porters & Bellhops
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Biological Technicians
Boilermakers
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Brickmasons & Blockmasons
Broadcast Technicians
Brokerage Clerks
Budget Analysts
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Business Teachers, Postsecondary
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Camera Ops, Television, Video, & Motion Picture
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenter Helpers
Carpenters
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Cementing & Gluing Machine Operators & Tenders

1,564
48
238
187
14
258
31
19
419
821
40
30
140
133
150
20
194
673
22
23
12
428
754
53
327
661
606
1,439
86
76
11
3,271
129
145
60
222
687
1,047
242
199
191
74
153
42
1,223
35
4,014
302

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$28.90
$45.33

$21.71
$37.35

$27.03
$45.22

$34.09
$54.78

$60,128
$94,296

$38.41
$24.03
$38.66
$25.15
$38.66
$14.60
$25.31
$10.70
$106.99
$14.71
$30.58
$34.66
$19.93
$43.76

$29.86
$21.06
$27.98
$15.76
$32.14
$13.00
$23.68
$9.31
$83.70
$10.97
$23.47
$29.09
$16.50
$34.85

$36.51
$22.85
$39.27
$21.22
$38.08
$14.66
$25.87
$9.62
$91.24
$13.36
$30.57
$34.22
$19.86
$40.84

$45.27
$26.28
$46.29
$31.68
$44.28
$16.52
$27.86
$10.98
$91.27
$19.08
$36.18
$40.19
$23.17
$47.01

$14.97

$11.30

$14.24

$17.27

$42.48
$20.53
$19.80
$17.90
$18.90
$27.32
$9.78
$14.26
$12.20
$15.33
$15.61

$38.01
$14.60
$16.51
$9.44
$14.10
$23.67
$9.26
$10.76
$9.38
$12.59
$13.08

$43.59
$20.19
$20.07
$15.82
$17.94
$26.85
$9.36
$14.13
$12.33
$14.44
$14.92

$49.18
$23.03
$22.86
$25.03
$23.59
$31.23
$10.12
$17.45
$13.95
$17.45
$17.86

$20.74
$33.14
$17.06
$24.21
$17.29
$21.47
$33.87
$22.64
$17.15
$28.31
$30.32

$16.76
$30.46
$13.65
$17.26
$11.61
$17.67
$28.32
$19.96
$16.02
$22.14
$22.25

$19.95
$33.16
$16.75
$24.98
$14.05
$21.55
$31.88
$22.97
$17.25
$31.88
$28.78

$24.99
$35.87
$20.29
$31.44
$20.26
$25.92
$40.81
$26.21
$18.46
$34.58
$36.44

$17.99
$14.87

$14.24
$13.04

$19.26
$14.16

$21.73
$15.62

$79,895
$49,992
$80,416
$52,304
$80,408
$30,368
$52,658
$22,261
$222,536
$30,598
$63,602
$72,091
$41,457
$91,014
$51,655
$31,132
$39,775
$88,355
$42,687
$41,176
$37,236
$39,312
$56,822
$20,331
$29,657
$25,363
$31,875
$32,468
$61,972
$43,140
$68,927
$35,487
$50,360
$35,963
$44,656
$70,455
$47,079
$35,688
$58,893
$63,055
$72,164
$37,429
$30,930

$33.44
$27.04
$12.79
$22.14
$32.81
$12.26
$21.48
$15.20

$31.14
$15.79
$12.25
$17.35
$29.83
$9.51
$16.62
$12.45

$34.78
$28.35
$13.16
$21.31
$33.40
$10.77
$20.61
$14.02

$39.03
$36.78
$14.07
$26.24
$37.17
$14.13
$26.25
$17.08

$69,552
$56,253
$26,609
$46,049
$68,251
$25,495
$44,678
$31,618

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 85

SOC
Code

Spokane, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

35-1011
19-4031
25-1052
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
51-9192
21-2011
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
49-9091
35-3021
27-1021
53-2012
25-1122
21-1099
21-1094
11-3111
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
17-2061
15-1143
15 1152
15-1152
15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
25-1021
15-1132
15-1133
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
51-4011
39-6012
19-1031
47-4011
47-4099
47-2061
11-9021
47-3019
47-1011
47-5041
49-9012
35-2019
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
33-3012
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
43-4031

Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Technicians
Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Cleaning/Washing/Metal Pickling Equipment Ops/Tenders
Clergy
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Coin, Vending, & Amusement Machine Svcrs & Repairers
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Commercial & Industrial Designers
Commercial Pilots
Communications Teachers, Postsecondary
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Community Health Workers
Compensation and Benefits Managers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Hardware Engineers
Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Concierges
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction & Related Wkrs, All Other
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades, All Other Helpers
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Continuous Mining Machine Operators
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks

105
52
53
36
204
1,017
614
35
219
532
455
545
44
48
114
548
168
81
6,300
24
111
78
54
12
16
84
412
342
21
109
266
230
99
294
59
917
104
872
545
233
206
24
27
121
27
1,008
201
65
713
51
65
580
725
1,468
474
316
1,015
521
187
265

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$19.00
$21.57

$15.28
$15.92

$17.75
$23.89

$20.80
$27.26

$33.27
$86.60
$10.39
$20.71
$84.42
$27.15
$35.77
$27.63
$11.13
$14.33
$25.96
$31.91

$28.75
$59.55
$9.37
$14.14
$50.52
$23.52
$30.22
$24.18
$9.42
$12.29
$23.51
$26.39

$32.70
$80.62
$9.90
$22.48
$84.09
$27.36
$34.22
$26.08
$9.98
$13.29
$26.41
$32.63

$36.52
$91.41
$11.00
$26.06
$91.26
$31.33
$40.76
$29.96
$12.32
$14.30
$28.91
$39.26

$14.21
$14.63
$10.33
$25.89

$11.51
$10.29
$9.31
$20.31

$13.51
$14.88
$9.53
$23.05

$15.95
$17.23
$10.93
$31.27

$20.09
$20.53
$47.75
$32.75
$28.47
$52.47
$48.07
$40.11
$28 33
$28.33
$30.43
$18.58
$28.17

$15.94
$12.35
$38.89
$25.00
$23.62
$41.80
$31.63
$33.90
$22 25
$22.25
$24.57
$13.44
$21.67

$19.87
$24.38
$45.47
$29.93
$26.69
$50.22
$42.10
$39.31
$30 09
$30.09
$30.85
$17.46
$27.30

$23.16
$26.92
$57.95
$36.01
$30.97
$58.95
$66.58
$45.67
$34 14
$34.14
$36.46
$24.02
$33.97

$36.84
$45.43
$21.80
$36.85
$16.20
$16.01
$11.59
$30.10
$28.20
$17.78
$18.21
$46.33
$14.00
$31.90
$33.27
$26.20
$12.11
$9.81
$13.34
$11.31
$13.04

$30.24
$34.95
$17.48
$30.51
$12.43
$12.55
$9.94
$24.18
$24.31
$15.12
$13.25
$32.73
$11.99
$25.76
$23.92
$22.61
$9.42
$9.28
$10.65
$9.82
$12.37

$37.74
$42.30
$21.77
$35.34
$14.29
$15.85
$11.52
$28.78
$29.26
$18.46
$17.18
$39.45
$13.72
$30.53
$26.13
$26.22
$11.00
$9.40
$12.87
$10.87
$13.27

$44.25
$52.21
$26.21
$42.66
$17.93
$18.59
$13.24
$38.00
$32.92
$21.64
$22.81
$57.44
$15.75
$36.89
$28.32
$30.55
$14.16
$10.05
$15.54
$11.97
$14.17

$39,508
$44,875
$55,411
$69,201
$180,123
$21,615
$43,076
$175,586
$56,462
$74,412
$57,468
$23,150
$29,803
$53,986
$66,363
$34,806
$29,547
$30,425
$21,493
$53,843
$57,998
$53,655
$41,790
$42,688
$99,305
$68,126
$59,212
$109,139
$99,988
$83,422
$58 923
$58,923
$63,299
$38,658
$58,586
$55,797
$76,614
$94,492
$45,356
$76,630
$33,694
$33,308
$24,100
$62,599
$58,668
$36,969
$37,886
$96,370
$29,123
$66,353
$69,214
$54,497
$25,203
$20,403
$27,742
$23,515
$27,120

$27.48
$14.06
$10.53
$13.60
$20.99

$20.44
$10.25
$9.29
$11.37
$18.50

$25.48
$12.97
$9.51
$13.34
$20.74

$30.41
$16.24
$10.99
$15.48
$24.00

$57,151
$29,236
$21,896
$28,287
$43,671

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 86

SOC
Code

Spokane, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

53-7021
13-2041
43-4041
33-9091
51-9021
43-4051
51-4031
51-9032
43-9021
15-1141
41-9011
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
33-3021
29-2032
29-2051
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
17-3019
53-3031
47-2081
47-5021
25-1063
27-3041
11-9031
11-9039
11 9032
11-9032
11-9033
25-9099
21-1012
49-2092
17-3023
51-2022
17-3012
17-2071
49-9051
49-2094
47-2111
49-2096
49-2097
17-2072
25-2021
43-4061
29-2041
13-1071
11-9041
25-1032
17-3029
17-2199
25-1123
17-2081
19-4091
19-2041
51-9194
43-6011
51-9041
51-4021
29-1062

Crane & Tower Operators
Credit Analysts
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, & Clerks
Crossing Guards
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Demonstrators & Product Promoters
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietetic Technicians
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Drafters, All Other
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Earth Drillers, Not Oil & Gas
Economics Teachers, Postsecondary
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators
Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electric Motor, Power Tool, & Related Repairers
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical & Electronics Drafters
Electrical Engineers
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electricians
Electronic Equipment Installers/Repairers, Motor Veh
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Install/Repair
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other
English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Etchers & Engravers
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Extrude/Form/Press/Compact Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Extruding/Drawing Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Family & General Practitioners

92
50
29
3,213
233
44
274
83
143
763
343
153
61
172
156
35
102
299
812
253
21
347

29
113
47
274
212
192
454
145
394
63
204
383
91
863
21
47
1,962
296
141
470
171
108
48
36
191
59
73
94
677
20
67
76

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$31.54
$29.99
$17.65
$16.67
$13.41
$16.16
$13.99
$16.35
$13.45
$39.15
$11.20
$17.60
$39.11
$20.37
$121.06
$44.64
$37.67
$18.37
$26.68
$10.66
$10.15
$17.13
$23.74
$15.68
$26.41
$18.01

$30.31
$23.85
$13.72
$9.40
$10.51
$12.24
$10.42
$13.48
$10.70
$28.50
$10.11
$15.73
$37.05
$16.15
$91.24
$39.15
$33.45
$16.29
$24.46
$9.36
$9.29
$12.81
$18.99
$11.72
$21.43
$14.22

$32.82
$27.96
$16.40
$11.55
$13.04
$15.27
$13.90
$14.97
$12.54
$39.29
$10.85
$17.39
$40.66
$18.37
$91.26
$43.19
$38.10
$18.36
$27.38
$10.14
$9.46
$16.32
$24.99
$15.53
$26.33
$19.36

$35.35
$35.50
$19.05
$25.80
$16.45
$19.08
$16.97
$19.69
$15.56
$49.53
$11.57
$19.24
$43.84
$22.73
$91.28
$53.08
$42.74
$21.02
$30.76
$11.37
$10.73
$20.84
$27.46
$18.30
$31.84
$21.26

$24.92
$22.09
$33.80

$15.82
$15.99
$25.46

$20.40
$21.84
$32.90

$28.33
$27.08
$42.33

$43.43
$23.40
$27.48
$19.11
$28.84
$15.28
$25.84
$39.34
$38.83
$29.26
$21.13
$17.64
$19.42
$40.26

$32.86
$19.79
$22.55
$16.43
$25.84
$12.39
$21.07
$32.87
$35.30
$24.07
$17.41
$12.91
$15.60
$34.05

$40.38
$22.86
$27.77
$18.79
$30.30
$14.50
$25.50
$40.66
$40.27
$27.68
$21.14
$19.84
$19.72
$39.09

$49.27
$27.08
$33.35
$21.90
$31.41
$17.71
$29.53
$45.71
$43.66
$31.66
$24.49
$21.80
$22.34
$45.84

$20.10

$18.00

$19.86

$22.47

$25.72
$58.49

$19.64
$46.86

$24.74
$55.04

$30.97
$67.21

$25.87
$47.02

$22.29
$40.42

$26.60
$48.30

$30.56
$56.30

$36.98
$23.64
$35.44
$15.77
$22.08
$14.09
$13.05
$84.09

$31.92
$18.12
$26.53
$12.33
$17.39
$12.46
$9.45
$62.63

$38.67
$24.58
$33.24
$14.55
$21.25
$13.56
$11.62
$71.90

$42.68
$27.41
$40.25
$20.10
$26.40
$14.65
$15.99
$91.24

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 87

Annual
Wage
$65,609
$62,372
$36,705
$34,663
$27,901
$33,612
$29,107
$34,017
$27,969
$81,424
$23,297
$36,607
$81,331
$42,352
$251,805
$92,861
$78,351
$38,211
$55,493
$22,166
$21,106
$35,629
$49,378
$32,612
$54,926
$37,468
$59,677
$51,815
$45,954
$70,321
$102 942
$102,942
$90,337
$48,664
$57,158
$39,747
$59,989
$31,770
$53,738
$81,831
$80,759
$60,857
$43,949
$36,689
$40,398
$83,736
$59,645
$41,818
$53,510
$121,655
$75,750
$53,816
$97,812
$53,470
$76,917
$49,166
$73,704
$32,794
$45,916
$29,310
$27,136
$174,915

SOC
Code

Spokane, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

45-1011
45-2093
51-2091
43-4071
27-4032
13-2051
43-3099
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
33-1021
33-2021
39-9031
47-2042
27-1023
51-3092
35-9099
35-1012
35-2021
35-3041
11-9051
51-3091
25-1124
19-4093
51-4071
13-1131
51-7021
43-3041
39-3011
39-1011
33 9031
33-9031
11-1021
19-2042
47-2121
27-1024
51-4033
39-5012
17-2111
29-1199
21-1091
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
51-4191
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
25-1125
49-9031
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
19-2043
17-3026
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
15-1122

Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
Fiberglass Laminators & Fabricators
File Clerks
Film & Video Editors
Financial Analysts
Financial Clerks, All Other
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fire Inspectors & Investigators
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floor Layers, Not Carpet, Wood, & Hard Tiles
Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Preparation & Serving Related Wkrs, A/O
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Food/Tobacco Roast/Bake/Dry Mach Ops/Tenders
Foreign Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Forest & Conservation Technicians
Foundry Mold & Coremakers
Fundraisers
Furniture Finishers
Gaming Cage Wkrs
Gaming Dealers
Gaming Supervisors
Gaming Surveillance Officers & Gaming Investigators
General & Operations Mgrs
Geoscientists, Not Hydrologists & Geographers
Glaziers
Graphic Designers
Grind/Lap/Polish/Buff Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Diagnosing & Treating Practitioners, A/O
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heat Treating Equip Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
History Teachers, Postsecondary
Home Appliance Repairers
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Hydrologists
Industrial Engineering Technicians
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Information Security Analysts

50
132
39
196
34
636
214
713
135
23
364
103
142
119
1,412
1,123
562
119
20
70
47
84
155
10

1,668
43
280
175
371
12
52
85
224
89
586
70
264
181
192
51
33
313
301
211
237
132
23
34
125
399
174
421
268
69

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$24.46
$11.84
$13.18
$12.86
$21.19
$32.14
$17.65
$50.12
$34.02
$31.24
$43.28
$42.37
$20.08
$18.40
$13.15
$11.39
$10.63
$14.74
$10.41
$10.73
$25.96
$15.33

$20.43
$10.16
$11.63
$10.38
$13.43
$26.03
$11.97
$35.04
$23.55
$21.97
$38.38
$31.55
$12.90
$16.31
$10.67
$9.46
$9.35
$11.60
$9.26
$9.36
$16.67
$13.05

$25.33
$12.07
$13.00
$11.65
$18.64
$30.45
$16.63
$46.65
$32.35
$33.01
$42.05
$45.73
$18.63
$18.37
$12.72
$10.60
$10.10
$14.09
$9.43
$10.05
$24.01
$15.80

$29.69
$13.49
$14.26
$14.77
$24.46
$36.23
$21.55
$57.12
$41.66
$41.40
$45.63
$52.57
$24.98
$20.83
$15.55
$12.86
$11.37
$17.21
$11.10
$11.49
$32.40
$17.58

$17.25
$17.62
$23.36
$15.51
$11.26
$12.31
$22.06
$12 67
$12.67
$49.66
$42.14
$17.18
$19.44
$14.16
$14.72
$43.97
$28.71
$21.93
$24.27
$41.03
$14.80
$15.94
$20.56
$23.52
$21.50

$13.63
$14.52
$19.04
$11.43
$9.40
$9.33
$16.30
$10 35
$10.35
$32.30
$34.46
$14.91
$15.14
$12.54
$9.53
$38.01
$17.78
$16.95
$17.72
$31.24
$12.71
$13.15
$16.44
$17.35
$19.59

$16.66
$17.01
$22.32
$16.02
$10.30
$12.17
$22.50
$11 55
$11.55
$43.61
$42.47
$16.86
$17.98
$14.02
$11.25
$43.29
$25.13
$21.84
$21.79
$42.34
$14.30
$15.34
$19.56
$21.03
$21.57

$20.89
$19.83
$26.64
$17.94
$12.27
$14.25
$27.31
$13 71
$13.71
$60.93
$47.49
$19.22
$22.61
$15.83
$15.62
$50.53
$36.38
$26.77
$29.53
$50.50
$16.72
$18.90
$23.14
$29.23
$23.86

$17.09
$9.72
$11.35
$16.46
$18.11
$45.66
$34.29
$30.76
$35.47
$23.59
$38.91
$14.73
$18.05
$47.07

$14.45
$9.26
$10.03
$12.36
$15.26
$33.61
$31.77
$24.70
$29.93
$19.83
$28.93
$11.06
$15.46
$31.84

$16.75
$9.38
$11.07
$15.04
$18.40
$42.75
$34.18
$30.86
$35.03
$23.76
$34.85
$14.27
$18.14
$44.40

$19.11
$9.60
$12.45
$19.17
$21.01
$54.15
$37.72
$38.32
$41.37
$27.29
$44.56
$17.91
$20.97
$65.15

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 88

Annual
Wage
$50,870
$24,627
$27,416
$26,759
$44,055
$66,853
$36,702
$104,250
$70,761
$64,979
$90,023
$88,119
$41,766
$38,276
$27,339
$23,699
$22,112
$30,645
$21,663
$22,311
$53,998
$31,880
$49,107
$35,889
$36,642
$48,576
$32,270
$23,430
$25,598
$45,896
$26 360
$26,360
$103,288
$87,655
$35,735
$40,449
$29,461
$30,606
$91,456
$59,715
$45,607
$50,479
$85,345
$30,784
$33,155
$42,766
$48,923
$44,734
$59,805
$35,561
$20,213
$23,607
$34,224
$37,678
$94,975
$71,333
$63,985
$73,781
$49,061
$80,915
$30,633
$37,547
$97,909

SOC
Code

Spokane, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
43-9041
41-3021
13-2053
27-1025
29-1063
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
23-1023
23-1012
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-4034
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
19-4099
33 9092
33-9092
13-2071
43-4131
13-2072
39-3093
49-9094
11-9081
45-4022
13-1081
53-7063
51-4041
29-2035
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
39-5092
13-1161
11-2021
21-1013
31-9011
17-2131
25-1022
51-3022
17-3013
17-3027
17-2141
49-1011
27-4099
27-3099
29-2012

Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Insurance Underwriters
Interior Designers
Internists, General
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Judicial Law Clerks
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Lathe Setters/Ops/Tenders, Metal/Plastic
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Life, Physical, & Social Science Technicians, A/O
Lifeguards Ski Patrol
Lifeguards,
Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Counselors
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Locker Room, Coatroom, & Dressing Room Attendants
Locksmiths & Safe Repairers
Lodging Mgrs
Logging Equipment Operators
Logisticians
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Manicurists & Pedicurists
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Marriage & Family Therapists
Massage Therapists
Materials Engineers
Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineering Technicians
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Media & Communication Equipment Wkrs, All Other
Media & Communication Wkrs, All Other
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians

437
114
247
115
688
691
215
29
121
34
542
3,523
34
30
238
138
2,212
192
1,470
23
323
670
187
99
22
228
160
230
724
89
95
32
388
555
21
15
59
30
46
103
415
60
1,327
64
1,515
99
357
459
141
78
316
11
94
111
293
730
11
73
247

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$17.86
$12.44
$19.27
$30.98
$17.79
$20.68
$30.51
$22.79
$81.98
$23.62
$13.48
$13.22
$62.55
$22.54

$13.05
$10.02
$15.63
$25.04
$15.49
$13.21
$22.23
$14.81
$46.81
$17.98
$9.29
$10.16
$36.68
$21.11

$17.35
$12.32
$18.20
$31.76
$17.45
$17.08
$27.39
$22.40
$69.77
$21.42
$11.96
$12.77
$61.10
$23.02

$21.94
$13.72
$22.68
$35.99
$20.14
$23.46
$35.94
$29.53
$91.26
$27.73
$17.33
$15.09
$74.74
$23.04

$35.57
$13.45
$22.23
$13.31
$17.66
$11.38
$48.37
$19.09
$29.16

$25.81
$10.76
$19.75
$9.83
$14.23
$9.50
$33.87
$16.16
$23.10

$38.26
$12.83
$21.84
$12.28
$16.88
$10.50
$43.34
$18.94
$26.11

$45.08
$15.09
$24.82
$14.98
$20.62
$12.10
$58.46
$21.61
$29.52

$27.76
$12.62
$16.23
$21.61
$20.56
$11 70
$11.70
$18.96
$17.69
$38.20
$10.32
$23.82
$28.97
$21.69
$31.41
$14.73
$18.84
$33.03
$10.99
$14.53
$18.28
$18.97
$34.65
$12.66
$30.81
$49.36
$19.73
$25.68
$35.20

$23.67
$9.36
$11.89
$19.99
$14.89
$9 59
$9.59
$15.98
$14.58
$26.17
$9.25
$21.04
$20.27
$17.23
$26.12
$9.48
$14.55
$30.40
$9.73
$12.43
$13.41
$16.25
$24.44
$10.83
$21.42
$35.38
$16.45
$21.79
$28.51

$28.99
$11.22
$16.51
$21.55
$19.86
$10 64
$10.64
$17.73
$17.56
$33.16
$9.34
$25.01
$25.83
$20.02
$32.53
$13.35
$18.16
$33.33
$10.67
$13.88
$17.03
$18.38
$33.32
$12.41
$27.38
$42.40
$18.83
$27.19
$33.51

$33.50
$15.82
$20.29
$23.35
$23.14
$11 72
$11.72
$21.14
$20.99
$45.62
$11.31
$25.84
$38.19
$23.08
$35.32
$20.24
$23.01
$36.24
$11.60
$15.67
$22.43
$21.76
$41.81
$14.15
$40.25
$57.63
$22.71
$31.91
$40.72

$11.24
$23.75
$24.37
$31.10
$31.13
$30.37
$22.96
$18.15

$9.29
$17.89
$20.92
$24.96
$23.69
$22.44
$14.82
$15.56

$9.42
$21.38
$23.65
$29.94
$29.72
$33.56
$21.68
$17.65

$12.39
$30.72
$27.62
$35.99
$35.89
$39.12
$26.69
$20.47

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 89

Annual
Wage
$37,162
$25,864
$40,096
$64,435
$37,003
$43,001
$63,462
$47,403
$170,522
$49,121
$28,049
$27,491
$130,111
$46,897
$49,673
$73,986
$27,971
$46,222
$27,682
$36,739
$23,678
$100,614
$39,709
$60,660
$57,741
$26,250
$33,755
$44,956
$42,751
$24 332
$24,332
$39,451
$36,800
$79,461
$21,468
$49,564
$60,270
$45,125
$65,335
$30,640
$39,170
$68,719
$22,866
$30,221
$38,020
$39,463
$72,086
$26,339
$64,099
$102,666
$41,031
$53,401
$73,235
$62,007
$23,369
$49,398
$50,689
$64,681
$64,756
$63,175
$47,764
$37,771

SOC
Code

Spokane, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
31-9092
31-9093
49-9062
29-2071
19-1042
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1023
21-1014
27-1026
51-4199
51-4051
43-5041
11-9199
25-2022
49-9044
17-2151
51-9023
49-3042
51-4072
51-9195
39-3021
49-3051
51-4081
27-2041
27-2042
11 9121
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-2033
51-4012
29-1151
29-1171
31-1014
29-1064
29-9011
31-2012
31-2011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
15-2031
51-9083
29-2057
29-2081
29-1041
43-4151
31-1015
29-2091
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141

Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Equipment Repairers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Scientists, Not Epidemiologists
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Metal Wkrs & Plastic Wkrs, All Other
Metal-Refining Furnace Operators & Tenders
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Millwrights
Mining & Geological Engineers (Inc Mining Safety)
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Mold/Coremaking/Casting Mach Set/Op/Tend, Mtl/Plastic
Molders, Shapers, & Casters, Not Metal & Plastic
Motion Picture Projectionists
Motorboat Mechanics
Multiple Machine Tool Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Music Directors & Composers
Musicians & Singers
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Numerical Tool & Process Control Programmers
Nurse Anesthetists
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Obstetricians & Gynecologists
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapist Aides
Occupational Therapist Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Operations Research Analysts
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians
Opticians, Dispensing
Optometrists
Order Clerks
Orderlies
Orthotists & Prosthetists
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance

496
516
253
1,142
155
125
416
87
995
260
98
79
364
112
36
407
377
460
37
165
316
257
189
22
20
128
19
76
506
161
213
489
63
46
113
315
2,064
51
118
38
159
2,119
611
2,950
74
443
41
152
115
42
704
173
13
245
994
295

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$28.04
$46.55
$24.18
$15.10
$14.80
$31.06
$16.39
$27.34
$17.85
$16.86
$19.58
$24.75
$26.17
$14.98
$17.54
$16.52
$25.22
$44.97

$23.97
$35.81
$18.07
$13.02
$11.76
$21.16
$12.31
$23.62
$15.27
$13.71
$11.82
$19.90
$16.69
$11.61
$11.23
$13.65
$21.02
$33.48

$28.64
$43.42
$24.08
$14.68
$14.50
$29.54
$15.36
$26.58
$17.66
$16.97
$17.90
$25.02
$20.70
$14.61
$16.80
$16.19
$23.98
$42.80

$33.46
$53.60
$29.26
$17.04
$17.31
$41.53
$18.49
$29.57
$20.67
$20.14
$24.17
$30.33
$26.81
$17.49
$21.57
$19.44
$27.83
$54.38

$34.90
$47.38
$18.76
$25.13
$16.70
$14.30
$11.51
$17.94
$17.14
$19.18
$43.57
$44 84
$44.84
$30.77
$18.63
$12.54
$29.64
$35.34
$22.48
$85.85
$43.99
$13.15
$106.14
$30.21
$13.90
$30.14
$32.90
$25.49
$16.24
$14.57
$16.31
$22.47
$33.30
$13.74
$16.77
$17.88
$53.72
$14.15
$12.88
$27.40
$13.32
$15.71
$10.46
$17.33

$25.65
$43.59
$16.19
$21.90
$13.83
$12.88
$9.90
$14.73
$15.59
$12.45
$38.86
$38 11
$38.11
$23.84
$14.82
$10.14
$21.58
$31.59
$17.67
$78.40
$38.26
$11.24
$81.41
$26.06
$11.83
$25.00
$27.63
$19.11
$12.57
$12.13
$12.79
$18.73
$25.68
$12.07
$14.08
$13.61
$37.84
$10.40
$10.81
$23.61
$11.74
$10.40
$9.32
$11.85

$32.54
$45.91
$20.19
$25.35
$16.65
$13.79
$10.74
$17.24
$17.14
$14.04
$43.68
$42 99
$42.99
$30.69
$18.20
$11.36
$27.74
$34.48
$20.95
$83.98
$42.06
$12.99
$91.25
$28.20
$13.94
$29.45
$32.09
$23.53
$15.02
$14.13
$16.10
$22.04
$32.83
$13.33
$16.29
$17.22
$43.48
$13.17
$12.31
$27.78
$12.90
$14.51
$9.48
$16.49

$45.93
$51.84
$22.06
$28.23
$18.64
$14.71
$11.59
$19.53
$18.70
$19.07
$50.20
$50 46
$50.46
$36.28
$21.92
$14.18
$34.25
$38.18
$26.30
$90.49
$45.86
$14.60
$91.28
$33.29
$16.25
$35.27
$37.78
$29.43
$18.55
$16.60
$20.12
$25.78
$39.90
$14.61
$18.82
$22.09
$64.31
$16.91
$14.58
$33.51
$14.09
$19.29
$10.38
$21.80

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 90

Annual
Wage
$58,321
$96,836
$50,280
$31,403
$30,781
$64,603
$34,091
$56,857
$37,133
$35,072
$40,721
$51,482
$54,443
$31,162
$36,487
$34,352
$52,454
$93,527
$61,258
$72,579
$98,539
$39,021
$52,274
$34,732
$29,736
$23,929
$37,327
$35,662
$39,888
$93 267
$93,267
$64,004
$38,743
$26,082
$61,640
$73,505
$46,760
$178,563
$91,511
$27,339
$220,766
$62,833
$28,899
$62,695
$68,434
$53,020
$33,776
$30,291
$33,935
$46,748
$69,269
$28,582
$34,873
$37,192
$111,751
$29,434
$26,797
$56,999
$27,700
$32,692
$21,751
$36,061

SOC
Code

Spokane, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

51-9122
51-9196
23-2011
53-6021
41-2022
47-2071
43-3051
39-9021
13-2052
39-1021
37-3012
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
25-1126
31-9097
27-4021
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
25-1054
47-2151
47-2161
51-4193
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43 5031
43-5031
25-1065
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
25-1199
51-5111
25-2011
51-6021
51-5113
51-5112
21-1092
43-3061
27-2012
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
31-1013
29-1066
19-3039
25-1066
11-2031
27-3031
13-1021
13-1023
11-3061
27-3011

Painters, Transportation Equipment
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Lot Attendants
Parts Salespersons
Paving, Surfacing, & Tamping Equipment Operators
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, & Applicators, Vegetation
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Philosophy & Religion Teachers, Postsecondary
Phlebotomists
Photographers
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Physics Teachers, Postsecondary
Pipelayers
Plasterers & Stucco Masons
Plating/Coating Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police Fire
Police,
Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other
Prepress Technicians and Workers
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Pressers, Textile, Garment, & Related Materials
Print Binding and Finishing Workers
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Producers & Directors
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Psychiatric Aides
Psychiatrists
Psychologists, All Other
Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents & Buyers, Farm Products
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radio & Television Announcers

94
620
200
543
209
2,624
302
220
567
254
714
116
366
85
128
356
73
107
294
112
27
54

322
145
479
105
53
99
465
232
23
41
52
324
76
258
189
121
148
889
395
380
373
164
97
176
234
38
16
94
76
242
23
359
83
99

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$21.20
$16.78
$19.89
$10.68
$17.47
$30.09
$19.27
$11.09
$48.17
$19.85
$13.41
$54.28
$12.12
$17.66

$16.56
$13.14
$16.70
$9.62
$14.10
$29.60
$16.41
$10.15
$24.59
$14.67
$12.66
$50.29
$9.65
$15.47

$20.84
$16.44
$19.39
$10.44
$16.91
$31.93
$19.16
$10.89
$37.65
$18.95
$13.45
$55.57
$11.15
$17.47

$26.16
$20.05
$21.88
$11.30
$19.41
$34.31
$22.22
$11.62
$69.11
$24.92
$14.24
$61.69
$13.91
$19.85

$15.52
$15.48
$12.95
$111.20
$11.44
$23.56
$36.69
$48.17

$13.13
$9.94
$10.64
$91.23
$9.97
$20.33
$32.61
$41.20

$14.74
$12.77
$12.02
$91.26
$10.91
$23.00
$36.28
$45.41

$17.46
$18.36
$14.27
$91.29
$11.86
$26.98
$41.67
$56.16

$29.92
$19.30
$13.59
$25.41
$43.52
$32.77

$25.97
$14.48
$9.51
$20.87
$38.22
$30.35

$28.81
$20.05
$12.47
$25.99
$42.58
$33.22

$33.83
$22.29
$17.16
$30.65
$48.64
$36.70

$24.76
$25.36
$23.55
$31.67

$25.87
$23.23
$23.69
$25.16

$25.88
$27.29
$25.87
$34.26

$26.45
$27.54
$25.88
$37.34

$16.44
$14.74
$10.93
$13.20
$17.32
$26.06
$19.36
$28.27
$24.72
$14.15
$12.20
$21.54
$40.16
$20.48
$14.16
$15.61
$89.13
$39.26

$14.99
$10.36
$9.60
$10.90
$13.47
$24.78
$16.70
$19.37
$18.55
$10.37
$9.95
$16.09
$20.73
$16.10
$10.58
$13.57
$79.27
$17.48

$16.53
$11.43
$10.38
$12.69
$16.80
$25.12
$19.20
$26.00
$23.91
$13.45
$11.85
$21.44
$35.26
$18.63
$12.26
$16.25
$85.72
$45.19

$18.12
$19.23
$11.33
$14.72
$20.50
$27.29
$21.67
$33.20
$28.97
$16.87
$13.89
$26.44
$60.17
$23.11
$16.71
$17.83
$91.24
$51.83

$43.11
$25.51
$23.31
$25.25
$40.71
$30.68

$31.07
$17.75
$18.83
$19.56
$31.30
$11.96

$39.42
$24.23
$20.81
$23.82
$40.45
$22.44

$52.10
$32.15
$22.84
$29.10
$49.50
$49.59

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 91

Annual
Wage
$44,090
$34,903
$41,373
$22,231
$36,334
$62,587
$40,076
$23,072
$100,191
$41,287
$27,884
$112,900
$25,228
$36,737
$61,447
$32,280
$32,198
$26,928
$231,296
$23,780
$49,007
$76,330
$100,184
$60,438
$62,232
$40,153
$28,271
$52,846
$90,528
$68,163
$58,743
$51,507
$52,760
$48,972
$65,882
$58,740
$34,197
$30,657
$22,742
$27,456
$36,010
$54,207
$40,276
$58,807
$51,431
$29,451
$25,372
$44,812
$83,529
$42,613
$29,445
$32,456
$185,389
$81,657
$63,021
$89,673
$53,062
$48,475
$52,522
$84,681
$63,828

SOC
Code

Spokane, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

49-2021
29-2034
41-9021
41-9022
43-4171
25-1193
39-9032
29-1125
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
27-3022
43-4181
39-9041
29-1126
41-1011
41-2031
51-4023
47-2181
41-9099
41-9031
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
49-2098
33 9032
33-9032
25-3021
51-9012
51-6051
51-6031
47-2211
43-5071
39-5094
51-3023
11-9151
21-1093
19-4061
19-3099
21-1029
25-1067
25-2052
25-2059
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
51-8021
15-2041
43-5081
47-2221
51-2041
21-1011
25-3098
29-1067
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022

Radio Mechanics
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Real Estate Brokers
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation & Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Therapists
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reporters & Correspondents
Reservation/Transportation Ticket Agents/Travel Clerks
Residential Advisors
Respiratory Therapists
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Rolling Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Roofers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Engineers
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Sewers, Hand
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Skin Care Specialists
Slaughterers & Meat Packers
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Science Research Assistants
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, All Other
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stationary Engineers & Boiler Operators
Statisticians
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Structural Iron & Steel Wkrs
Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors

221
55
125
1,500
110
299
56
226
5,013
847
58
67
161
212
1,777
7,756
176
179
110
502
903
2,318
195
1,006
2,852
479
124
1 205
1,205
445
16
148
343
944
78
319
1,021
13
38
69
42
250
11
57
23
150
157
57
69
3,157
123
103
324
1,392
101
254
116
48

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$20.91
$28.23
$26.46
$30.72
$13.33

$16.72
$24.66
$24.33
$20.33
$11.20

$21.01
$27.96
$26.89
$32.07
$12.99

$24.71
$32.24
$29.45
$42.39
$14.82

$13.41
$19.19
$22.51
$35.76
$18.06
$22.07
$12.36
$14.99

$10.68
$14.18
$19.19
$28.43
$14.58
$15.50
$10.56
$12.35

$12.64
$20.37
$22.76
$35.62
$16.76
$20.61
$11.85
$14.48

$15.34
$22.77
$26.31
$42.88
$20.55
$26.46
$14.03
$17.67

$20.47
$13.13
$12.71
$21.73
$15.75
$37.71
$55.01
$23.42
$24.75
$39.65
$16.52

$14.85
$9.63
$9.42
$16.88
$9.99
$31.87
$39.72
$14.76
$16.93
$20.71
$15.63

$19.58
$11.04
$11.01
$20.27
$12.10
$34.74
$51.30
$20.01
$21.89
$33.00
$17.07

$24.50
$13.79
$15.59
$26.30
$20.82
$43.20
$66.41
$30.98
$30.73
$49.79
$18.51

$16.35
$38.17
$22.79
$12 42
$12.42
$20.18
$16.77
$16.98
$11.82
$17.07
$14.67
$15.40
$12.51
$28.15
$12.11
$24.54
$33.53
$25.43

$13.46
$16.36
$18.74
$10 31
$10.31
$14.18
$13.39
$13.49
$9.59
$11.44
$11.35
$12.53
$9.59
$18.34
$9.82
$18.47
$28.92
$16.82

$16.32
$24.52
$22.67
$11 37
$11.37
$20.12
$15.11
$18.05
$10.80
$14.06
$13.85
$14.04
$12.39
$28.67
$11.02
$23.61
$33.53
$28.61

$18.64
$43.34
$27.12
$13 53
$13.53
$23.71
$17.68
$20.81
$12.61
$23.38
$17.31
$16.77
$14.66
$35.18
$13.25
$29.37
$38.00
$31.60

$33.66
$27.40
$27.47
$13.59
$24.66
$18.23
$18.72
$15.13
$126.21
$23.80
$23.97
$34.69

$28.71
$24.16
$24.78
$10.38
$19.50
$15.77
$14.86
$13.67
$91.23
$20.73
$20.06
$27.53

$33.51
$27.01
$28.74
$12.54
$24.92
$17.55
$17.43
$15.07
$91.23
$23.83
$25.17
$34.12

$37.37
$32.01
$28.75
$15.69
$29.92
$20.34
$21.20
$16.77
$91.23
$27.43
$27.76
$42.70

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 92

Annual
Wage
$43,510
$58,726
$55,033
$63,894
$27,728
$47,726
$27,899
$39,901
$46,810
$74,386
$37,565
$45,893
$25,697
$31,168
$42,587
$27,316
$26,433
$45,209
$32,764
$78,431
$114,423
$48,730
$51,489
$82,478
$34,351
$61,304
$34,002
$79,383
$47,411
$25 820
$25,820
$41,976
$34,874
$35,324
$24,603
$35,507
$30,503
$32,043
$26,026
$58,551
$25,194
$51,054
$69,755
$52,891
$55,145
$56,642
$36,482
$56,847
$51,155
$58,938
$70,013
$56,991
$57,147
$28,266
$51,305
$37,918
$38,942
$31,471
$262,516
$49,497
$49,871
$72,142

SOC
Code

Spokane, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

53-6031
43-2011
51-6052
47-2082
13-2081
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
27-3042
49-2022
49-9052
43-3071
51-6099
49-3093
23-2093
51-4111
51-4194
11-3131
13-1151
53-6051
33-9093
53-6099
11-3071
53-1031
41-3041
37-3013
53-3032
53-3033
19 3051
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
51-4122
13-1022
51-7099
51-7042
43-9022
27-3043
19-1023

Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tailors, Dressmakers, & Custom Sewers
Tapers
Tax Examiners, Collectors, & Revenue Agents
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Tech Writers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telecommunications Line Installers & Repairers
Tellers
Textile, Apparel, & Furnishings Wkrs, All Other
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tool & Die Makers
Tool Grinders, Filers, & Sharpeners
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation Inspectors
Transportation Security Screeners
Transportation Wkrs, All Other
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Travel Agents
Tree Trimmers & Pruners
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Welding/Soldering/Brazing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
WoodWkrs, All Other
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Word Processors & Typists
Writers & Authors
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

142
398
70
74
310
2,260
238
318
51
287
98
978
278
69
19
213
87
158
168
189
323
60
2,460
1,198
104
94
121
133
113
399
159
2,544
92
144
59
352
115
162
45
56
34
22

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$13.06
$13.56
$16.43
$18.07
$26.68
$15.27
$11.27

$9.72
$10.47
$14.17
$12.70
$20.84
$13.16
$9.40

$11.11
$12.42
$17.15
$18.30
$25.41
$14.37
$9.72

$14.50
$16.10
$19.29
$22.73
$28.05
$16.53
$11.58

$12.57
$26.76
$27.11
$22.85
$13.47
$16.64
$14.50
$19.70
$20.23
$16.10
$41.37
$25.27

$10.32
$18.16
$21.76
$19.49
$11.40
$14.26
$10.79
$13.91
$16.20
$13.09
$25.48
$19.15

$11.95
$25.75
$27.30
$21.28
$13.16
$16.75
$13.88
$17.38
$19.05
$14.69
$35.94
$24.70

$14.01
$33.21
$32.97
$23.09
$14.97
$19.14
$17.16
$24.66
$24.37
$19.67
$50.24
$30.72

$17.56
$25.06
$37.02
$26.51
$14.27
$17.40
$18.95
$17.58
$31 40
$31.40
$11.84
$37.09
$11.99
$14.73
$27.42

$16.44
$14.76
$26.84
$17.95
$11.87
$13.16
$15.04
$11.54
$27 50
$27.50
$9.29
$32.91
$10.68
$13.18
$22.17

$17.28
$28.95
$34.07
$26.99
$13.99
$16.81
$18.58
$15.09
$30 46
$30.46
$9.48
$37.79
$12.05
$14.47
$26.15

$18.68
$34.08
$44.33
$32.97
$16.84
$21.38
$22.49
$19.80
$35 89
$35.89
$15.15
$42.32
$13.43
$16.41
$31.96

$12.88
$26.22
$24.21
$14.55
$18.23
$18.76
$25.37
$13.01
$14.26
$17.39
$23.12
$29.84

$9.35
$23.57
$17.50
$11.04
$15.53
$16.06
$19.93
$9.78
$10.18
$15.28
$17.84
$26.70

$12.23
$26.32
$21.99
$14.46
$17.69
$18.15
$25.18
$10.73
$13.48
$17.50
$21.86
$27.37

$14.28
$29.16
$30.60
$17.40
$20.92
$21.56
$29.69
$11.68
$17.79
$19.02
$27.36
$29.47

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 93

Annual
Wage
$27,179
$28,213
$34,187
$37,578
$55,508
$31,749
$23,457
$27,395
$56,751
$26,148
$55,658
$56,383
$47,536
$28,023
$34,595
$30,156
$40,971
$42,093
$33,480
$86,060
$52,547
$36,514
$52,130
$76,985
$55,149
$29,688
$36,192
$39,422
$36,563
$65 327
$65,327
$24,620
$77,155
$24,945
$30,642
$57,033
$63,663
$26,809
$54,539
$50,349
$30,246
$37,916
$39,038
$52,764
$27,053
$29,655
$36,174
$48,101
$62,080

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 94

Tacoma, WA MD

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Pierce County
SOC
Code

Tacoma, WA MD
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

13-2011
27-2011
11-3011
25-3011
11-2011
41-3011
19-4011
39-3091
33-9011
39-2011
13-2021
17-1011
17-3011
27-1011
25-1121
51-2099
27-4011
29-1181
25-9011
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
25-1042
19-1029
19-4021
43-3031
47-2021
27-4012
43-4011
13-2031
49-3031
53-3022
13-1199
25-1011
51-3021
51-7011
27-4031
29-2031
43-5011
47-3012
47-2031
47-2041
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
17-2041
19-4031
25-1052
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011

Accountants & Auditors
Actors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising & Promotions Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Agricultural & Food Science Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Animal Control Wkrs
Animal Trainers
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Art Directors
Art, Drama, & Music Teachers, Postsecondary
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Audio & Video Equipment Technicians
Audiologists
Audio-Visual Collections Specialists
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Biological Scientists, All Other
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Brickmasons & Blockmasons
Broadcast Technicians
Brokerage Clerks
Budget Analysts
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Business Teachers, Postsecondary
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Camera Ops, Television, Video, & Motion Picture
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenter Helpers
Carpenters
Carpet Installers
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Engineers
Chemical Technicians
Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs

1,542
351
282
20
228
858
18
16
66
231
107
29
194
658
18

282
1,701
455
1,333
311
1,172
67
12
77
3,538
55
16
49
137
751
1,116
2,016
97
305
369

226
59
2,232
59
40
7,301
281
203
45
42
46
48
239
1,228

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$32.86
$21.60
$41.63
$22.97
$63.08

$25.11
$18.84
$27.41
$19.72
$37.82

$31.06
$22.60
$38.70
$22.37
$46.74

$37.45
$26.39
$48.71
$27.28
$87.98

$16.13
$10.45
$22.71
$11.76
$30.41
$31.35
$31.06
$32.71

$11.30
$9.33
$19.48
$10.22
$23.42
$25.42
$24.89
$24.56

$15.73
$9.55
$23.25
$10.93
$31.25
$28.87
$30.84
$32.31

$19.76
$11.01
$27.40
$11.65
$35.54
$36.72
$37.42
$40.16

$14.90
$28.25
$31.41
$24.32
$22.77
$21.44
$14.54
$13.35
$17.32
$17.94

$12.29
$21.25
$29.25
$17.24
$17.19
$15.19
$9.75
$10.39
$14.50
$15.16

$14.34
$27.99
$32.11
$21.63
$21.63
$21.62
$13.36
$12.33
$16.81
$17.93

$17.09
$35.63
$34.77
$32.68
$28.75
$26.32
$18.56
$14.57
$18.63
$21.03

$33.73
$18.52
$19.23
$28.46
$31.33
$24.01
$35.18
$25.45
$17.65
$31.02

$21.70
$16.28
$15.67
$18.85
$30.39
$19.54
$28.04
$20.17
$14.59
$24.59

$32.38
$17.98
$18.75
$30.16
$32.70
$23.75
$33.72
$23.61
$17.90
$30.75

$39.35
$20.17
$22.71
$34.90
$34.99
$27.74
$41.60
$30.64
$20.87
$36.86

$16.83
$17.66
$22.51
$34.14
$35.10
$15.18
$21.63
$20.66
$40.05
$12.71
$27.60
$21.73
$42.80
$20.61

$10.79
$14.39
$20.16
$28.11
$31.02
$10.85
$14.94
$16.41
$34.10
$9.46
$18.68
$15.66
$32.07
$16.79

$16.52
$17.19
$24.17
$37.77
$36.90
$14.62
$18.65
$21.34
$39.93
$10.62
$29.45
$17.75
$42.01
$19.89

$22.30
$20.70
$26.65
$42.71
$41.71
$19.31
$27.09
$25.45
$45.86
$14.12
$34.47
$26.13
$52.31
$22.74

$29.27
$90.04
$10.60

$20.93
$56.52
$9.31

$28.27
$88.78
$9.54

$34.84
$91.59
$11.19

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 95

Annual
Wage
$68,349
$86,595
$47,777
$131,216
$33,552
$21,736
$47,248
$24,462
$63,246
$65,213
$64,602
$68,039
$62,783
$30,994
$58,755
$65,348
$50,578
$47,362
$44,600
$30,249
$27,760
$36,037
$37,312
$55,890
$70,167
$38,526
$40,002
$59,187
$65,164
$49,940
$73,161
$52,926
$36,722
$64,519
$66,059
$35,016
$36,729
$46,824
$71,009
$73,011
$31,587
$44,994
$42,989
$83,299
$26,428
$57,403
$45,198
$89,007
$42,871
$66,838
$60,889
$187,283
$22,051

SOC
Code

Tacoma, WA MD
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
21-2011
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
49-9091
35-3021
27-1021
53-2012
25-1122
21-1099
21-1094
11-3111
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1143
15-1152
15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
25-1021
15-1132
15-1151
15-1121
49 2011
49-2011
51-4011
19-1031
47-4011
47-4099
47-2061
11-9021
47-3019
47-1011
49-9012
53-7011
35-2019
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
33-3012
33-1011
43-4021
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
53-7021
13-2041
43-4041
33-9091
51-9021
25-4012
43-4051
51-4031
51-9031

Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clergy
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Coin, Vending, & Amusement Machine Svcrs & Repairers
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Commercial & Industrial Designers
Commercial Pilots
Communications Teachers, Postsecondary
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Community Health Workers
Compensation and Benefits Managers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer Automated Teller,
Computer,
Teller & Office Machine Repairers
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction & Related Wkrs, All Other
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades, All Other Helpers
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Conveyor Operators & Tenders
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Correctional Officers, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Correspondence Clerks
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Crane & Tower Operators
Credit Analysts
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, & Clerks
Crossing Guards
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Curators
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Cutters & Trimmers, Hand

588
103
164
657
325
541
82
269
576
83
6,807
38
42
105
75
12
119
576
330
69
331
455
49
250
33
645
720
412
508
23
213
54
1,268
520
1,382
89
101
1,119
2,264
300
571
88
19
559
1,496
94
275
61
56
151
37
44
3,103
111
19

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$22.75
$31.12
$27.31
$41.99
$33.00
$12.94
$25.04
$38.20

$18.44
$24.46
$23.31
$34.37
$24.76
$9.74
$20.33
$28.40

$24.18
$31.96
$27.36
$41.64
$31.56
$11.71
$24.38
$36.10

$26.07
$35.63
$32.20
$48.12
$38.67
$14.80
$28.70
$42.44

$17.18
$18.06
$10.68
$26.81

$13.79
$16.31
$9.32
$21.24

$16.70
$17.80
$9.53
$23.27

$19.98
$20.02
$11.29
$32.99

$23.91
$22.88
$47.14
$26.37
$30.43
$55.41
$45.90
$26.64
$30.61
$23.16
$44.58

$17.56
$16.69
$36.14
$20.37
$24.79
$44.06
$35.07
$21.66
$26.32
$18.54
$35.15

$25.30
$22.39
$49.39
$24.75
$27.71
$53.18
$42.90
$27.62
$32.83
$25.41
$44.27

$29.53
$29.18
$56.03
$32.21
$35.07
$65.15
$54.76
$31.99
$38.80
$27.75
$54.63

$39.51
$25.97
$40.87
$17 22
$17.22
$26.04
$34.67
$33.49
$22.14
$22.99
$48.87
$16.32
$35.01
$25.36
$19.12
$12.77
$10.26
$14.74
$11.92
$11.02
$26.60
$33.23
$15.74
$29.52
$12.66
$10.18
$13.98
$37.52
$38.37
$19.39
$25.44
$16.76
$28.60
$17.76
$19.74
$15.28

$31.98
$18.98
$32.03
$14 64
$14.64
$17.90
$28.97
$30.69
$15.16
$14.45
$36.04
$14.88
$25.45
$18.82
$16.34
$10.54
$9.23
$12.32
$10.29
$9.32
$21.51
$23.75
$13.66
$22.06
$9.62
$9.28
$11.73
$34.04
$27.62
$15.44
$23.93
$12.66
$20.83
$13.39
$11.41
$11.64

$38.46
$25.21
$39.24
$17 23
$17.23
$27.91
$32.68
$33.72
$23.45
$22.76
$44.14
$16.63
$33.86
$22.27
$19.38
$11.46
$9.31
$14.11
$11.51
$10.66
$26.04
$29.34
$15.41
$28.60
$11.39
$9.47
$13.52
$39.86
$36.70
$17.53
$26.15
$14.24
$29.46
$16.67
$15.82
$13.81

$45.55
$31.25
$47.96
$20 14
$20.14
$33.77
$42.94
$38.04
$29.66
$31.67
$57.51
$18.36
$44.40
$32.17
$21.70
$15.23
$10.04
$16.90
$13.45
$12.56
$32.49
$41.85
$17.92
$36.01
$14.13
$10.57
$15.52
$43.92
$44.48
$21.31
$28.38
$21.36
$36.82
$20.97
$31.44
$19.09

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 96

Annual
Wage
$47,320
$64,722
$56,796
$87,334
$68,630
$26,915
$52,074
$79,474
$34,822
$35,744
$37,551
$22,218
$55,770
$64,356
$59,474
$49,744
$47,577
$98,042
$54,856
$63,290
$115,258
$95,472
$55,402
$63,677
$48,186
$92,734
$64,517
$82,178
$54,022
$85,017
$35 835
$35,835
$54,153
$72,101
$69,671
$46,038
$47,820
$101,636
$33,946
$72,828
$52,730
$39,769
$26,559
$21,337
$30,648
$24,807
$22,933
$55,328
$69,116
$32,743
$61,409
$26,327
$21,168
$29,068
$78,043
$79,811
$40,334
$52,929
$34,866
$59,482
$36,932
$41,053
$31,775

SOC
Code

Tacoma, WA MD
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

51-9032
43-9021
15-1141
41-9011
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
29-2032
29-2051
29-1031
35-9011
21-2021
35-9021
43-5032
41-9091
17-3019
53-3031
47-2081
25-1063
19-3011
27-3041
11-9031
11-9039
11-9032
11-9033
25-1081
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023
51 2022
51-2022
17-3012
49-9051
49-2094
47-3013
47-2111
49-2096
25-2021
43-4061
11-9161
29-2041
13-1071
11-9041
25-1032
17-3029
17-2199
25-1123
27-2099
17-2081
19-4091
19-2041
19-1041
53-7032
43-6011
51-9041
51-4021
29-1062
45-1011
45-2092
45-2093
47-4031
51-2091

Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Demonstrators & Product Promoters
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietetic Technicians
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Directors, Religious Activities & Education
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Door-To-Door Sales Wkrs, News/Street Vendors
Drafters, All Other
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Economics Teachers, Postsecondary
Economists
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical & Electronics Drafters
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electrician Helpers
Electricians
Electronic Equipment Installers/Repairers, Motor Veh
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Management Directors
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other
English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Entertainers & Performers, Sports & Related Wkrs, A/O
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Epidemiologists
Excavating & Loading Machine & Dragline Operators
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Extrude/Form/Press/Compact Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Extruding/Drawing Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Family & General Practitioners
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
Fence Erectors
Fiberglass Laminators & Fabricators

87
258
89
109
901
555
127
368
131
119
737
14
1,036
534
54
48
726
357
18
18
90
58
36
460
177
163
280
507
238
102
46
494
200
131
1,399
2,980
264
18
140
799
206
56
102
101
45
55
82
181
10
36
959
70
61

130
34
160
109

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$18.68
$15.72
$39.45
$11.58
$19.47
$42.51
$20.19
$93.53
$36.30
$15.24
$29.26
$10.47
$18.67
$9.93
$20.75
$12.24
$24.96
$21.21
$20.94

$14.38
$12.19
$25.94
$10.27
$15.86
$38.60
$15.03
$63.62
$32.66
$11.88
$23.18
$9.30
$16.31
$9.25
$13.21
$10.44
$21.28
$13.92
$14.03

$19.28
$14.84
$37.88
$11.35
$19.22
$44.74
$17.76
$90.82
$36.56
$13.52
$30.49
$9.49
$17.56
$9.36
$20.98
$11.57
$24.42
$18.02
$18.85

$22.23
$19.85
$47.14
$12.95
$22.96
$51.45
$26.04
$91.49
$41.81
$17.91
$35.45
$11.25
$18.84
$10.07
$27.12
$13.75
$27.96
$28.17
$29.68

$47.07
$32.15
$18.02
$33.11

$34.54
$23.42
$13.46
$24.53

$43.36
$31.01
$16.09
$29.65

$58.08
$39.48
$20.88
$42.01

$43.45

$33.42

$40.65

$50.34

$20.19
$28.37
$29.40
$18 58
$18.58
$27.50
$40.55
$34.92
$12.98
$26.15
$21.89

$15.25
$23.27
$24.78
$16 21
$16.21
$20.03
$36.85
$31.10
$10.17
$20.71
$17.14

$19.98
$28.61
$29.96
$18 81
$18.81
$24.86
$41.25
$33.13
$12.61
$26.51
$19.20

$23.49
$33.99
$33.52
$21 61
$21.61
$33.35
$45.44
$39.26
$15.72
$32.23
$27.16

$21.80
$37.86
$33.69
$29.25
$63.11

$20.83
$30.97
$26.21
$24.27
$52.04

$22.47
$35.87
$32.04
$28.53
$62.67

$22.48
$43.88
$37.25
$34.44
$70.72

$27.33
$48.29

$21.73
$40.56

$27.47
$45.88

$33.84
$57.90

$18.03
$48.40
$23.59
$34.47
$45.11
$28.27
$25.05
$18.82
$18.20
$89.10
$24.10
$11.62
$15.63
$18.05
$14.88

$12.36
$39.24
$16.26
$29.47
$34.76
$21.97
$19.42
$14.17
$15.66
$48.93
$17.09
$10.35
$12.34
$15.35
$12.19

$14.45
$46.50
$21.51
$33.86
$40.23
$27.24
$23.97
$17.32
$17.95
$91.24
$22.75
$11.25
$15.15
$17.98
$13.71

$22.66
$61.84
$29.72
$39.82
$62.42
$33.49
$29.35
$25.21
$21.04
$91.49
$32.34
$12.68
$19.48
$20.97
$16.47

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 97

Annual
Wage
$38,860
$32,697
$82,063
$24,083
$40,508
$88,420
$42,007
$194,550
$75,501
$31,683
$60,875
$21,765
$38,834
$20,662
$43,168
$25,443
$51,906
$44,119
$43,556
$86,374
$97,904
$66,877
$37,497
$68,852
$108,251
$90,379
$61,665
$41,990
$59,013
$61,149
$38 656
$38,656
$57,199
$84,344
$72,620
$26,993
$54,377
$45,538
$61,942
$45,343
$78,748
$70,083
$60,845
$131,264
$60,006
$56,849
$100,453
$59,683
$100,674
$49,060
$71,708
$93,831
$58,817
$52,092
$39,130
$37,847
$185,334
$50,126
$24,166
$32,513
$37,550
$30,949

SOC
Code

Tacoma, WA MD
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

13-2051
43-3099
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
33-1021
33-2021
39-9031
27-1023
51-3092
51-3093
35-9099
35-1012
35-2021
51-3099
19-1012
35-3041
11-9051
51-3091
25-1124
45-4011
13-1131
51-9051
43-3041
39-3011
39-1011
33-9031
11-1021
47-2121
27-1024
51 4033
51-4033
51-9022
39-5012
47-4041
17-2111
29-1199
21-1091
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
51-4191
49-9021
53-1021
25-1125
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
19-2043
17-3026
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
15-1122
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031

Financial Analysts
Financial Clerks, All Other
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fire Inspectors & Investigators
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Cooking Machine Operators & Tenders
Food Preparation & Serving Related Wkrs, A/O
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Processing Workers, All Other
Food Scientists & Technologists
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Food/Tobacco Roast/Bake/Dry Mach Ops/Tenders
Foreign Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Forest & Conservation Wkrs
Fundraisers
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, & Kettle Ops/Tenders
Gaming Cage Wkrs
Gaming Dealers
Gaming Supervisors
Gaming Surveillance Officers & Gaming Investigators
General & Operations Mgrs
Glaziers
Graphic Designers
Grind/Lap/Polish/Buff Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Grinding & Polishing Wkrs, Hand
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Hazardous Materials Removal Wkrs
Health & Safety Engineers (Not Mining)
Health Diagnosing & Treating Practitioners, A/O
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heat Treating Equip Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
History Teachers, Postsecondary
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Hydrologists
Industrial Engineering Technicians
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Information Security Analysts
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators

179
106
845
189
941
293
17
611
75
75
31
125
1,327
1,529
72
552
277
48
106
29
95
43
35
618
74
41
2,224
187
267
85
95
803
117
25
50
14
293
429
26
553
364
39
2,190
572
281
277
385
186
42
53
123
638
267
1,335
732
79
682
391
305
257

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$38.89
$15.77
$49.28
$26.58
$34.85
$43.62
$44.50
$18.91
$14.78
$13.29
$17.00
$10.09
$19.18
$10.82
$12.13
$24.83
$11.41
$27.27
$16.99

$28.58
$12.70
$35.27
$20.85
$30.80
$39.71
$37.62
$11.00
$11.58
$11.06
$14.64
$9.32
$14.19
$9.35
$9.88
$17.49
$9.73
$20.22
$10.94

$37.98
$14.86
$45.09
$23.28
$35.16
$43.58
$47.15
$16.75
$14.71
$12.91
$17.60
$9.49
$19.56
$10.08
$12.00
$22.80
$10.85
$26.55
$16.57

$45.03
$18.57
$56.74
$30.75
$40.50
$48.42
$52.60
$25.36
$17.76
$14.67
$19.94
$10.31
$22.96
$11.40
$13.90
$30.36
$12.40
$34.71
$22.73

$10.71
$25.13
$23.47
$13.52
$13.74
$22.68
$18.73
$58.94
$33.88
$24.04
$18 11
$18.11
$21.04
$14.55
$17.76
$38.50
$41.05
$30.67
$26.94
$25.51
$19.19
$14.00
$23.91
$24.47

$8.80
$19.09
$19.49
$10.20
$9.40
$18.61
$12.66
$38.41
$26.10
$17.30
$11 69
$11.69
$13.73
$10.07
$15.57
$31.86
$33.84
$22.64
$20.67
$20.87
$16.38
$12.21
$20.75
$19.31

$8.81
$24.10
$21.87
$11.77
$11.73
$22.79
$16.50
$51.27
$38.34
$24.35
$14 79
$14.79
$21.76
$12.45
$17.59
$38.93
$41.74
$31.54
$26.22
$22.82
$18.76
$13.91
$24.94
$23.52

$12.40
$31.25
$28.51
$16.65
$15.87
$26.81
$25.85
$69.99
$42.29
$28.76
$22 85
$22.85
$27.88
$17.27
$20.12
$45.31
$50.10
$37.33
$32.42
$27.45
$21.99
$15.93
$28.45
$29.54

$12.75
$10.75
$11.88
$19.94
$19.41
$45.82
$42.16
$31.41
$42.58
$32.46
$46.51
$20.63
$20.26
$37.27
$22.97
$15.41
$24.32
$28.89

$12.00
$9.37
$10.24
$10.75
$16.76
$34.24
$35.78
$25.94
$36.34
$26.25
$34.01
$14.50
$17.91
$27.31
$15.84
$10.78
$19.92
$25.00

$12.91
$9.92
$11.64
$21.32
$19.54
$42.64
$42.94
$32.07
$42.34
$32.60
$43.37
$18.59
$20.17
$33.41
$22.87
$13.34
$25.85
$29.30

$13.83
$11.41
$13.43
$26.64
$22.06
$54.31
$49.25
$37.15
$48.81
$40.51
$54.22
$25.36
$22.87
$43.92
$30.76
$19.68
$29.98
$33.61

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 98

Annual
Wage
$80,890
$32,818
$102,506
$55,289
$72,489
$90,726
$92,559
$39,321
$30,743
$27,658
$35,361
$20,987
$39,892
$22,508
$25,217
$51,663
$23,731
$56,710
$35,345
$55,985
$22,282
$52,261
$48,820
$28,128
$28,597
$47,169
$38,970
$122,598
$70,467
$50,009
$37 667
$37,667
$43,770
$30,272
$36,926
$80,071
$85,386
$63,797
$56,052
$53,067
$39,906
$29,126
$49,721
$50,897
$65,868
$26,523
$22,353
$24,712
$41,464
$40,374
$95,298
$87,686
$65,337
$88,571
$67,522
$96,749
$42,920
$42,150
$77,520
$47,785
$32,058
$50,589
$60,091

SOC
Code

Tacoma, WA MD
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

43-9041
41-3021
27-1025
29-1063
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
51-9071
23-1023
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
17-1012
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
19-1099
19-4099
33-9092
13-2071
43-4131
13-2072
39 3093
39-3093
49-9094
11-9081
45-4022
45-4029
13-1081
53-7063
51-4041
29-2035
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
39-5092
13-1161
11-2021
21-1013
31-9011
17-2131
19-2032
25-1022
51-3022
17-3013
17-3027
17-2141
49-1011
27-3099
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022

Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Interior Designers
Internists, General
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Jewelers & Precious Stone & Metal Wkrs
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape Architects
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Life Scientists, All Other
Life, Physical, & Social Science Technicians, A/O
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Counselors
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Locker Room
Room, Coatroom
Coatroom, & Dressing Room Attendants
Locksmiths & Safe Repairers
Lodging Mgrs
Logging Equipment Operators
Logging Wkrs, All Other
Logisticians
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Manicurists & Pedicurists
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Marriage & Family Therapists
Massage Therapists
Materials Engineers
Materials Scientists
Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineering Technicians
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Media & Communication Wkrs, All Other
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs

523
473
62
140
82
277
4,468
59
119
459
141
4,097
11
108
1,731
376
732
270
45
294
279
268
1,726
26
89
211
91
624
444
73
69
20

314
233
341
68
1,199
123
2,449
225
562
478
158
95
33
25
61
85
27
149
938
11
211
367
685
267

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$19.53
$24.06
$25.20
$100.28
$19.60
$18.54
$14.06
$17.50
$47.69

$16.33
$14.22
$17.09
$80.23
$11.99
$16.42
$10.40
$13.77
$36.67

$18.62
$20.93
$21.61
$91.23
$20.64
$18.25
$12.58
$15.99
$43.68

$22.03
$30.09
$33.68
$91.51
$22.96
$20.92
$16.87
$21.28
$56.24

$33.36
$14.73
$37.90
$23.26
$15.24
$11.95
$56.28
$21.58
$26.85

$26.78
$10.91
$31.48
$14.75
$12.29
$9.66
$35.77
$19.37
$22.19

$31.44
$13.48
$39.71
$21.45
$14.76
$11.31
$50.68
$21.49
$26.51

$36.63
$17.45
$43.95
$31.70
$17.45
$13.65
$67.16
$24.18
$29.83

$32.36
$12.92
$20.23
$22.46
$35.01
$26.56
$11.85
$16.43
$17.24
$32.48
$9 80
$9.80
$19.44
$33.84
$22.14
$22.80
$37.33
$16.82
$24.81
$38.05
$10.79
$15.55
$20.19
$28.50
$38.64
$12.83
$29.81
$63.75
$26.32
$21.94
$44.19
$42.13

$28.20
$11.02
$17.68
$20.28
$32.52
$20.17
$10.04
$15.40
$14.14
$25.39
$9 26
$9.26
$16.51
$23.44
$19.84
$20.33
$29.75
$14.03
$18.46
$33.87
$9.36
$12.07
$14.44
$22.32
$29.93
$10.88
$18.75
$38.42
$16.80
$16.57
$38.16
$29.21

$32.50
$12.66
$20.28
$21.96
$33.86
$26.31
$10.99
$16.61
$16.80
$28.77
$9 37
$9.37
$18.00
$30.53
$22.05
$23.03
$35.70
$16.99
$24.81
$38.54
$10.00
$14.68
$19.01
$27.91
$36.85
$12.21
$26.49
$51.80
$21.18
$18.97
$45.29
$40.79

$36.38
$14.25
$22.54
$25.08
$36.82
$32.07
$12.15
$17.83
$19.57
$38.83
$9 90
$9.90
$21.70
$37.85
$24.99
$26.88
$44.12
$19.76
$29.22
$43.13
$11.41
$18.93
$25.58
$34.27
$45.24
$14.42
$38.49
$83.39
$28.80
$26.21
$53.50
$54.08

$11.84
$32.91
$30.50
$43.47
$33.15
$23.81
$20.63
$32.43
$53.72
$29.47

$9.62
$23.11
$24.30
$33.38
$26.20
$13.66
$17.11
$27.15
$41.81
$25.57

$11.67
$30.77
$28.87
$43.56
$32.21
$22.04
$20.84
$32.18
$51.12
$29.73

$13.61
$42.26
$38.42
$54.00
$40.43
$29.87
$23.61
$37.24
$64.61
$34.22

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 99

Annual
Wage
$40,636
$50,052
$52,413
$208,583
$40,774
$38,573
$29,250
$36,395
$99,195
$54,664
$69,396
$30,638
$78,825
$48,375
$31,704
$24,853
$117,067
$44,887
$55,849
$72,956
$67,310
$26,887
$42,088
$46,713
$72,817
$55,242
$24,647
$34,169
$35,865
$67,553
$20 374
$20,374
$40,444
$70,390
$46,051
$47,428
$77,649
$34,978
$51,602
$79,152
$22,441
$32,353
$42,012
$59,269
$80,371
$26,703
$62,007
$132,595
$54,756
$45,640
$91,910
$87,619
$62,512
$24,629
$68,456
$63,438
$90,418
$68,947
$49,529
$42,901
$67,446
$111,724
$61,300

SOC
Code

Tacoma, WA MD
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

31-9092
31-9093
49-9062
29-2071
19-1042
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1023
21-1014
27-1026
51-4199
43-5041
11-9199
25-2022
49-9044
51-9023
49-3042
51-4072
51-9195
39-4031
53-3099
49-3051
51-4081
25-4013
49-9063
27-2042
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39 2021
39-2021
41-1012
29-2033
51-4012
31-1014
25-1072
29-9011
31-2011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
15-2031
29-2057
29-2081
43-4151
31-1015
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
51-9122
51-9123
51-9196
23-2011
33-3041
53-6021
41-2022
51-4062
43-3051

Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Equipment Repairers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Scientists, Not Epidemiologists
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Metal Wkrs & Plastic Wkrs, All Other
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Millwrights
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Mold/Coremaking/Casting Mach Set/Op/Tend, Mtl/Plastic
Molders, Shapers, & Casters, Not Metal & Plastic
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other
Motorboat Mechanics
Multiple Machine Tool Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Museum Technicians & Conservators
Musical Instrument Repairers & Tuners
Musicians & Singers
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Numerical Tool & Process Control Programmers
Nursing Assistants
Nursing Instructors & Teachers, Postsecondary
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapist Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Operations Research Analysts
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians
Opticians, Dispensing
Order Clerks
Orderlies
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Painting, Coating, & Decorating Wkrs
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parking Enforcement Wkrs
Parking Lot Attendants
Parts Salespersons
Patternmakers, Metal & Plastic
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks

1,187
175
97
702
33
1,709
561
114
298
409
105
54
75
509
1,346
139
79
373
226
47
61
51
40
11
35
33
478
248
494
383
54
45
2,377
119
156
32
242
2,552
584
4,177
59
729
48
42
117
709
95
86
326
1,429
752
141
255
564
20
135
586
310

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$16.99
$15.95
$24.79
$18.04
$34.96
$19.79
$18.25
$25.69
$23.26
$20.85
$15.16
$18.05
$22.99
$48.25

$15.29
$13.02
$18.49
$14.57
$26.22
$16.46
$15.20
$20.96
$19.50
$17.53
$10.93
$11.82
$17.20
$36.88

$17.03
$15.65
$22.01
$17.30
$30.29
$18.36
$19.49
$24.55
$22.88
$20.02
$14.76
$15.53
$24.71
$49.43

$18.80
$18.78
$30.04
$20.82
$39.73
$23.65
$21.64
$28.47
$27.28
$22.60
$18.75
$21.26
$27.81
$57.65

$33.69
$18.52
$30.43
$20.59
$15.41
$21.39
$24.05
$18.52
$24.43
$15.43
$20.58
$19.45
$51.93
$34.58
$17.63
$13 04
$13.04
$32.82
$39.87
$39.91
$13.98

$28.18
$15.46
$26.76
$15.55
$13.04
$17.18
$20.79
$14.70
$19.81
$9.26
$14.78
$11.60
$41.87
$28.68
$15.19
$9 43
$9.43
$23.42
$37.16
$36.61
$11.85

$33.17
$18.08
$30.31
$19.93
$15.35
$20.48
$24.98
$19.29
$24.74
$14.47
$22.43
$15.72
$49.47
$34.00
$17.30
$10 79
$10.79
$31.06
$40.96
$41.50
$13.65

$36.92
$22.21
$34.09
$23.37
$17.70
$23.85
$27.92
$21.75
$27.60
$21.13
$26.21
$23.85
$56.80
$39.94
$19.83
$15 01
$15.01
$40.93
$44.25
$45.46
$15.98

$36.34
$25.80
$33.93
$27.93
$18.09
$15.56
$16.74
$33.19
$34.95
$18.47
$19.23
$17.16
$15.60
$18.34
$13.76
$12.07
$22.37
$22.57
$16.28
$18.15
$25.12
$18.51
$10.84
$15.27
$18.38
$19.44

$30.21
$21.15
$27.87
$19.86
$13.80
$12.05
$13.06
$25.24
$27.94
$15.76
$15.53
$13.54
$13.38
$16.26
$10.69
$9.58
$15.79
$16.19
$13.64
$12.51
$18.01
$11.26
$9.58
$11.23
$11.56
$16.21

$34.51
$25.21
$34.41
$25.98
$17.00
$14.92
$14.43
$32.58
$34.19
$19.08
$18.59
$16.87
$15.05
$17.70
$12.59
$11.24
$23.51
$23.76
$15.18
$16.89
$23.84
$19.64
$10.58
$14.02
$17.42
$19.65

$40.55
$30.66
$40.85
$35.26
$21.18
$18.03
$20.55
$40.01
$41.75
$21.24
$23.25
$19.68
$17.53
$19.11
$15.71
$13.50
$29.98
$28.55
$17.96
$22.41
$28.53
$25.73
$11.60
$17.92
$25.39
$22.18

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 100

Annual
Wage
$35,337
$33,166
$51,568
$37,520
$72,708
$41,163
$37,963
$53,439
$48,395
$43,370
$31,550
$37,530
$47,809
$100,354
$63,008
$70,069
$38,533
$63,314
$42,834
$32,055
$44,473
$50,022
$38,524
$50,802
$32,097
$42,798
$108,009
$71,914
$36,666
$27 122
$27,122
$68,263
$82,927
$83,023
$29,081
$60,184
$75,585
$53,670
$70,578
$58,091
$37,631
$32,375
$34,812
$69,032
$72,701
$38,420
$39,995
$35,696
$32,432
$38,143
$28,625
$25,089
$46,534
$46,957
$33,864
$37,746
$52,256
$38,512
$22,535
$31,754
$38,226
$40,442

SOC
Code

Tacoma, WA MD
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

39-9021
39-9099
13-2052
39-1021
37-2021
51-8093
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
25-1126
31-9097
27-4021
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
25-1054
47-3015
47-2151
51-8099
47-2161
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5031
25-1065
43-5051
43-5052
43 5053
43-5053
11-9131
25-1199
51-8013
49-9069
51-5111
25-2011
51-6021
51-5113
51-5112
21-1092
43-3061
27-2012
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
29-1066
25-1066
11-2031
27-3031
13-1023
11-3061
29-2034
41-9021
41-9022
43-4171
25-1193
39-9032

Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Care & Svc Wkrs, All Other
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pest Control Wkrs
Petroleum Pump System/Refinery Ops & Gaugers
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Philosophy & Religion Teachers, Postsecondary
Phlebotomists
Photographers
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Physics Teachers, Postsecondary
Pipelayer, Plumber, Pipefitter, Steamfitter Helpers
Pipelayers
Plant & System Operators, All Other
Plasterers & Stucco Masons
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police, Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other
Power Plant Operators
Precision Instrument & Equipment Repairers, A/O
Prepress Technicians and Workers
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Pressers, Textile, Garment, & Related Materials
Print Binding and Finishing Workers
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Producers & Directors
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Psychiatrists
Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Real Estate Brokers
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation & Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary
Recreation Wkrs

1,526
235
223
362
104

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$10.82
$12.26
$44.13
$20.74
$18.89
$26.65
$53.93
$12.96
$20.47

$10.07
$9.50
$19.39
$15.16
$14.93
$24.31
$50.19
$12.17
$17.82

$10.72
$10.93
$31.09
$20.02
$17.93
$26.75
$54.24
$13.17
$20.52

$11.36
$15.40
$47.13
$24.90
$21.70
$28.88
$58.56
$14.17
$23.01

$15.45
$16.21
$16.31
$101.29
$15.17
$27.02
$34.45
$51.94

$13.16
$9.38
$13.24
$81.18
$12.65
$22.32
$30.72
$43.87

$14.94
$9.97
$16.60
$91.26
$14.79
$26.09
$34.52
$51.33

$17.62
$19.14
$19.45
$91.55
$17.30
$30.96
$40.00
$62.38

229
107
17
627
206
829

$24.51
$30.07
$21.88
$24.02
$30.35
$44.27
$34.50
$26.11

$23.56
$22.72
$14.39
$19.55
$22.36
$39.10
$31.48
$22.01

$25.48
$31.69
$23.51
$21.75
$28.28
$44.17
$34.52
$25.73

$27.39
$36.20
$29.02
$31.59
$36.13
$50.63
$39.08
$29.76

16
136
676
245
22
79

$24.44
$26.13
$24 46
$24.46
$34.85

$24.14
$25.68
$25 61
$25.61
$30.62

$25.87
$27.53
$25 87
$25.87
$35.72

$25.88
$27.54
$25 88
$25.88
$38.44

$33.50
$30.92

$31.95
$29.00

$34.08
$32.11

$36.22
$32.12

$12.92
$12.45
$20.74
$15.77
$27.73
$21.02
$25.28
$28.31
$14.85
$13.61
$21.58
$27.74
$24.82
$17.45
$94.12

$9.97
$11.17
$15.63
$10.92
$24.78
$18.54
$14.94
$20.35
$10.62
$10.88
$16.49
$16.66
$20.14
$14.46
$79.90

$11.74
$12.38
$20.46
$15.06
$26.06
$21.18
$25.50
$27.06
$12.98
$13.01
$21.61
$26.98
$22.72
$16.26
$86.55

$14.08
$13.73
$23.43
$18.29
$31.02
$23.54
$32.53
$34.73
$17.64
$15.43
$26.70
$35.23
$28.49
$17.96
$91.37

$47.21
$29.67
$28.43
$41.64
$30.30
$24.12
$24.42
$13.46

$34.51
$22.24
$21.92
$33.40
$26.12
$18.54
$14.59
$10.86

$43.62
$30.74
$26.93
$39.51
$29.40
$25.21
$22.96
$12.75

$57.12
$35.88
$34.21
$50.85
$34.33
$27.80
$29.50
$15.29

$12.52

$10.31

$11.36

$13.33

562
46
628
227
56
744
37
103
309
373
26

32
41
549
108
15
230
236
178
75
943
430
370
350
337
122
421
75
92
129
259
515
86
360
169
1,838
47
372

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 101

Annual
Wage
$22,503
$25,485
$91,790
$43,143
$39,283
$55,418
$112,176
$26,969
$42,558
$67,146
$32,147
$33,708
$33,937
$210,703
$31,564
$56,216
$71,663
$108,025
$76,587
$50,982
$62,545
$45,502
$49,951
$63,108
$92,086
$71,766
$54,314
$63,770
$50,844
$54,361
$50 878
$50,878
$72,499
$69,043
$69,666
$64,306
$26,891
$25,891
$43,140
$32,797
$57,695
$43,719
$52,590
$58,889
$30,894
$28,305
$44,893
$57,711
$51,614
$36,294
$195,770
$52,177
$98,194
$61,713
$59,141
$86,624
$63,023
$50,173
$50,793
$28,006
$53,017
$26,051

SOC
Code

Tacoma, WA MD
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

29-1125
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
39-9041
29-1126
29-2054
41-1011
41-2031
47-2181
41-9099
41-9031
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
49-2098
33-9032
25-3021
47-4071
51-6031
47-2211
43-5071
39-5094
11-9151
21-1093
19 3099
19-3099
21-1029
25-1067
27-4014
25-2052
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
15-2041
43-5081
47-2221
51-2041
21-1011
25-3098
29-1067
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
51-6052
53-7121
47-2082
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
27-3042
49-2022
49-9052

Recreational Therapists
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Residential Advisors
Respiratory Therapists
Respiratory Therapy Technicians
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Roofers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Engineers
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Septic Tank Svcrs & Sewer Pipe Cleaners
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Skin Care Specialists
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs
Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary
Sound Engineering Technicians
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Statisticians
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Structural Iron & Steel Wkrs
Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tailors, Dressmakers, & Custom Sewers
Tank Car, Truck, & Ship Loaders
Tapers
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Tech Writers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telecommunications Line Installers & Repairers

66
362
5,770
1,362
56
222
2,493
9,835
685
205
71
549
1,175
2,476
415
179
1,494
3,605
293
103
2,315
484
229
346
344
1,427
334
930
109
298
25
371
190
78
239
192
25
4,782
163
134
159
2,354
255
96
99
392
193
21
72
271
93
115
3,517
247
539
34
468
325

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$21.37
$23.47
$36.37
$17.86
$14.34
$28.92
$30.04
$21.42
$13.07
$22.92
$14.09
$48.36
$51.14
$21.74
$30.65
$33.16
$16.55

$19.10
$19.93
$30.88
$14.82
$10.89
$25.63
$26.97
$15.01
$9.51
$16.85
$10.49
$41.62
$39.22
$12.18
$19.49
$23.60
$14.32

$21.71
$24.45
$36.09
$17.17
$13.88
$28.18
$31.11
$19.33
$11.02
$20.80
$12.05
$46.72
$47.79
$17.96
$26.29
$29.80
$16.49

$24.59
$27.31
$42.37
$19.86
$17.10
$32.09
$34.44
$24.70
$14.43
$28.57
$16.16
$55.22
$56.73
$27.38
$36.66
$40.10
$18.30

$18.24
$33.72
$23.52
$15.02
$19.40
$21.02
$14.26
$32.90
$16.95
$18.86
$33.46
$14.96
$35 44
$35.44
$28.13

$14.74
$17.38
$18.42
$10.78
$13.58
$18.56
$10.46
$26.65
$12.60
$10.87
$25.63
$11.29
$30 85
$30.85
$18.51

$17.82
$22.92
$23.83
$12.88
$18.79
$20.66
$11.67
$34.92
$15.35
$19.06
$30.94
$13.56
$33 84
$33.84
$31.76

$21.71
$37.38
$27.72
$16.61
$23.23
$22.73
$15.36
$40.81
$20.30
$23.21
$40.46
$17.10
$39 81
$39.81
$36.05

$17.75

$15.79

$16.97

$18.13

$34.05
$30.09
$14.55
$27.69
$18.52
$20.20
$17.55
$128.09
$22.29
$21.07
$33.15
$12.48
$15.37
$18.28
$36.34
$19.26
$19.57
$16.50

$28.77
$24.16
$10.08
$18.95
$15.01
$17.38
$15.83
$91.23
$17.71
$16.70
$27.32
$10.34
$12.46
$14.93
$33.29
$13.57
$15.80
$11.47

$33.62
$26.70
$13.19
$24.54
$17.81
$20.20
$17.08
$91.23
$22.39
$19.72
$33.06
$11.23
$14.90
$19.36
$38.42
$18.02
$17.80
$14.18

$37.92
$36.82
$18.06
$39.38
$21.98
$22.64
$18.32
$91.23
$26.67
$25.44
$39.64
$13.03
$17.47
$21.65
$43.21
$22.46
$21.40
$22.14

$15.47
$30.46
$26.25
$23.78

$11.94
$22.52
$19.84
$18.20

$14.80
$27.71
$26.21
$22.61

$18.77
$36.97
$32.86
$28.15

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 102

Annual
Wage
$44,444
$48,823
$75,657
$37,143
$29,824
$60,157
$62,489
$44,552
$27,187
$47,671
$29,300
$100,586
$106,373
$45,233
$63,741
$68,983
$34,425
$62,011
$37,938
$70,128
$48,932
$31,242
$40,348
$43,723
$29,663
$68,431
$35,245
$39,222
$69,591
$31,129
$73 712
$73,712
$58,513
$64,042
$36,910
$58,834
$61,275
$57,456
$62,081
$70,824
$62,582
$30,254
$57,596
$38,519
$42,012
$36,498
$266,420
$46,374
$43,823
$68,936
$25,975
$31,967
$38,023
$75,585
$40,072
$40,696
$34,321
$31,072
$58,905
$32,185
$63,358
$54,586
$49,471

SOC
Code

Tacoma, WA MD
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

41-9041
43-3071
51-6062
51-6099
29-1129
47-2044
49-3093
23-2093
51-4111
51-4194
39-7011
11-3131
13-1151
53-6051
53-6099
11-3071
53-1031
41-3041
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-2023
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
15 1134
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
51-4122
13-1022
51-7099
51-7042
43-9022
27-3043
19-1023

Telemarketers
Tellers
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Textile, Apparel, & Furnishings Wkrs, All Other
Therapists, All Other
Tile & Marble Setters
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tool & Die Makers
Tool Grinders, Filers, & Sharpeners
Tour Guides and Escorts
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation Inspectors
Transportation Wkrs, All Other
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Travel Agents
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Welding/Soldering/Brazing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
WoodWkrs, All Other
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Word Processors & Typists
Writers & Authors
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

230
1,068
26
47

151
240
87
24
14
29
242
237
89
640
100
4,123
1,660
157
200
200
222
44
657
278
4,677
159
113
127
501
12
390
162
90
13
52

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$12.97
$13.42
$14.57
$17.68
$43.85
$21.36
$14.41
$25.09
$29.11
$20.59
$19.24
$41.99
$28.41
$16.30
$31.93
$42.67
$29.46
$13.54
$21.10
$20.00
$37.33
$9.65
$45.34
$11.70
$17.31

$9.30
$11.75
$12.66
$15.02
$39.98
$19.87
$11.32
$19.75
$21.64
$19.37
$16.84
$23.80
$24.12
$10.59
$31.77
$33.26
$22.62
$10.55
$16.35
$13.06
$31.90
$9.25
$37.45
$9.87
$15.46

$11.37
$13.31
$13.89
$17.06
$43.69
$21.65
$13.07
$24.61
$31.80
$20.85
$19.07
$38.41
$27.83
$12.81
$33.91
$42.19
$29.92
$12.78
$19.46
$17.24
$38.62
$9.35
$43.57
$11.50
$17.07

$14.82
$14.78
$15.12
$19.81
$47.38
$23.44
$15.65
$30.08
$35.77
$22.33
$22.06
$53.82
$33.65
$21.66
$36.05
$52.89
$35.36
$16.63
$25.00
$29.68
$43.68
$9.45
$52.26
$13.28
$18.71

$27.00

$21.41

$26.37

$32.64

$13.47
$30.39
$26 60
$26.60
$15.99
$19.99
$17.27
$27.38
$16.26
$15.99
$19.09
$29.34
$24.25

$9.36
$26.31
$21 20
$21.20
$12.10
$16.30
$15.39
$16.54
$10.85
$13.62
$14.56
$19.08
$13.44

$12.22
$31.17
$25 45
$25.45
$14.94
$20.08
$17.82
$24.92
$15.07
$16.24
$18.18
$21.47
$21.81

$15.77
$35.14
$31 24
$31.24
$19.92
$23.15
$20.79
$35.92
$21.36
$18.20
$21.52
$30.50
$28.87

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 103

Annual
Wage
$26,973
$27,921
$30,312
$36,774
$91,218
$44,420
$29,955
$52,178
$60,553
$42,835
$40,017
$87,339
$59,096
$33,893
$66,401
$88,773
$61,288
$28,155
$43,885
$41,607
$77,644
$20,069
$94,299
$24,330
$36,014
$64,037
$56,178
$62,254
$28,025
$63,193
$55 323
$55,323
$33,253
$41,582
$35,919
$56,947
$33,817
$33,262
$39,696
$61,020
$50,430

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 104

Wenatchee, WA MSA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Chelan and Douglas Counties
SOC
Code

Wenatchee, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

13-2011
11-3011
11-2011
41-3011
45-2099
49-3011
39-3091
13-2021
17-1011
17-3011
51-2099
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
19-4021
43-3031
49-3031
53-3022
13-1199
51-3021
47-2031
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
19-4031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
19-3031
27-2022
35-3021
21-1099
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1152
15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
15-1132
15-1151
15-1121
51-4011
47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
49-9012

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Advertising & Promotions Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Agricultural Wkrs, All Other
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Carpenters
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Technicians
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)

238
49
77

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$29.96
$37.55
$46.34
$17.17
$16.69

$24.95
$24.93
$31.90
$12.11
$13.63

$28.64
$35.62
$37.15
$15.00
$15.45

$35.49
$50.49
$63.98
$19.91
$17.51

$62,324
$78,116
$96,392
$35,721
$34,712

$10.21
$23.35
$29.32
$27.32
$12.39
$15.73
$20.17
$11.61
$13.49
$18.36
$17.25
$17.26
$17.37
$23.74
$17.96
$29.53
$14.86
$21.74
$11.08
$17.28
$23.78
$17.58
$78.10
$10.49
$23.28
$25.59
$37.49
$32.71
$11.07
$32.92

$9.28
$20.32
$19.86
$23.80
$9.75
$12.31
$15.99
$10.04
$9.44
$14.35
$14.22
$13.63
$14.03
$19.98
$16.32
$22.06
$11.47
$16.60
$9.35
$13.81
$20.25
$15.68
$46.00
$9.33
$18.13
$24.17
$30.22
$29.73
$9.49
$30.73

$9.41
$22.41
$27.35
$27.53
$11.29
$16.17
$19.90
$11.19
$11.11
$18.04
$16.70
$15.27
$16.91
$22.89
$17.82
$27.88
$15.18
$21.38
$10.05
$16.66
$21.95
$17.28
$72.48
$9.85
$25.40
$27.36
$34.99
$33.45
$10.61
$33.36

$10.69
$25.48
$39.28
$31.72
$13.85
$17.87
$23.83
$12.86
$15.56
$21.85
$18.91
$18.90
$20.22
$27.44
$19.41
$36.06
$17.63
$26.90
$11.82
$20.39
$26.50
$18.88
$90.93
$11.20
$26.07
$27.37
$42.33
$37.89
$12.05
$35.97

$10.73
$20.40
$33.23
$30.49
$50.19
$23.95
$31.20
$20.39
$40.75
$29.54
$21.03
$40.69
$13.83
$29.39
$16.62
$46.66
$31.60
$20.62

$9.31
$16.53
$27.48
$24.79
$41.74
$18.56
$25.27
$11.40
$36.90
$22.62
$11.81
$34.57
$11.24
$25.23
$13.57
$18.00
$25.32
$16.80

$9.52
$18.68
$33.68
$27.37
$50.40
$21.63
$30.55
$24.31
$41.46
$27.92
$21.43
$40.57
$13.08
$31.35
$16.25
$45.08
$29.93
$18.56

$11.29
$24.14
$40.02
$35.66
$57.32
$30.60
$36.85
$27.83
$45.87
$37.14
$27.19
$45.43
$15.11
$33.58
$18.73
$56.42
$35.55
$22.66

$21,232
$48,568
$60,991
$56,829
$25,781
$32,729
$41,974
$24,154
$28,064
$38,181
$35,891
$35,909
$36,134
$49,380
$37,353
$61,422
$30,913
$45,226
$23,050
$35,942
$49,478
$36,557
$162,459
$21,804
$48,440
$53,233
$78,000
$68,041
$23,029
$68,478
$35,021
$22,320
$42,440
$69,113
$63,422
$104,402
$49,824
$64,894
$42,402
$84,752
$61,443
$43,740
$84,639
$28,758
$61,113
$34,559
$97,072
$65,729
$42,891

23
27
16
16
37
36
111
42
208
46
215
86
700
142
145
172
63
236
1,594
90
26
42
146
74
38
133
25
104
26
175
980
21
10
78
40
34
24
11
11
34
111
36
35
39
189
22
121
28

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 105

SOC
Code

Wenatchee, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

35-2019
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
43-4031
53-7021
43-4051
43-9021
15-1141
41-9011
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
53-3031
47-2081
27-3041
11-9032
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023
49 9051
49-9051
47-2111
17-2072
25-2021
43-4061
13-1071
11-9041
19-4091
19-2041
43-6011
29-1062
49-3041
45-1011
45-2092
43-4071
11-3031
33-2011
33-1021
39-9031
35-1012
35-2021
35-3041
11-9051
13-1131
11-1021
45-2041
27-1024
29-2099
31-9099
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051

Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Crane & Tower Operators
Customer Svc Reps
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Demonstrators & Product Promoters
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Editors
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical Power
Power-Line
Line Installers & Repairers
Electricians
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Family & General Practitioners
Farm Equipment Mechanics
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
File Clerks
Financial Mgrs
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Fundraisers
General & Operations Mgrs
Graders & Sorters, Agricultural Products
Graphic Designers
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs

41
193
139
299
44
290
411
88
39
202
22
24
57
119
88
11
32
20
148
46
93
39
21
80
82
18
106
181
492
49
68
28
35
147
46

1,206
27
79
125
27
82
214
330
107
20
12
384
443
42
35
11
54
116

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$11.77
$10.55
$13.20
$13.25
$11.43
$26.84
$15.54
$10.45
$14.58
$17.82
$20.48
$16.98
$13.79
$36.60
$14.02
$17.91
$41.85
$18.70
$61.27
$25.13
$9.99
$9.79
$19.78
$15.44
$22.68

$9.75
$9.25
$10.50
$11.66
$10.31
$17.81
$10.67
$9.26
$13.29
$14.83
$17.84
$12.90
$10.55
$32.16
$10.37
$14.38
$39.44
$14.62
$44.42
$18.26
$9.31
$9.27
$16.24
$11.32
$16.76

$10.92
$9.34
$11.86
$13.25
$11.19
$25.28
$13.66
$9.38
$14.38
$17.32
$20.19
$16.12
$11.69
$37.89
$11.24
$17.99
$42.35
$19.86
$64.52
$26.49
$9.48
$9.41
$18.63
$14.29
$25.38

$12.49
$11.71
$15.85
$14.67
$12.57
$37.05
$19.41
$10.33
$15.42
$20.33
$22.29
$18.91
$16.16
$43.05
$19.36
$22.22
$45.27
$21.93
$73.58
$29.79
$10.12
$9.95
$22.12
$17.69
$28.44

$25.75
$26.96
$32.86
$39 89
$39.89
$26.37
$33.82

$17.66
$21.91
$30.20
$38 63
$38.63
$21.91
$25.99

$26.96
$26.08
$32.32
$40 54
$40.54
$26.19
$29.04

$33.28
$33.02
$35.76
$43 60
$43.60
$31.08
$41.08

$20.17
$27.99
$55.50
$28.88
$28.52
$21.75
$102.67
$18.25
$21.37
$11.53
$13.74
$51.08
$22.00
$35.06
$18.80
$16.91
$10.75
$10.97
$31.57
$24.09
$52.75
$10.31
$19.56
$28.50
$15.76
$20.17
$21.97
$19.82

$17.99
$19.51
$49.85
$22.94
$24.61
$16.00
$77.07
$15.86
$14.03
$9.97
$11.48
$36.13
$10.92
$27.16
$15.89
$12.65
$9.49
$9.58
$23.07
$21.57
$38.50
$9.25
$15.63
$20.49
$14.33
$17.46
$15.81
$17.20

$20.06
$26.69
$54.81
$31.35
$27.26
$21.96
$91.36
$17.98
$16.86
$10.82
$13.12
$46.00
$24.23
$36.71
$18.60
$16.14
$10.41
$10.65
$26.70
$24.88
$49.09
$9.38
$17.85
$27.19
$16.38
$19.70
$19.34
$19.59

$22.47
$34.25
$64.78
$34.26
$31.06
$26.67
$91.82
$21.20
$25.10
$11.68
$14.63
$63.33
$31.72
$42.56
$21.74
$20.34
$11.47
$11.81
$38.69
$27.28
$60.12
$9.60
$21.93
$37.14
$17.87
$22.46
$26.35
$21.64

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 106

Annual
Wage
$24,482
$21,938
$27,456
$27,558
$23,758
$55,837
$32,325
$21,739
$30,330
$37,068
$42,597
$35,326
$28,667
$76,132
$29,164
$37,269
$87,052
$38,894
$127,422
$52,272
$20,771
$20,350
$41,134
$32,130
$47,173
$100,443
$53,550
$56,073
$68,362
$82 972
$82,972
$54,853
$70,330
$60,136
$41,961
$58,229
$115,441
$60,078
$59,329
$45,241
$213,561
$37,965
$44,459
$23,987
$28,564
$106,247
$45,771
$72,920
$39,123
$35,171
$22,364
$22,828
$65,664
$50,103
$109,715
$21,443
$40,693
$59,277
$32,777
$41,955
$45,691
$41,222

SOC
Code

Wenatchee, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
47-2131
41-3021
29-1063
27-3091
37-2011
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
11-1031
43-4121
29-2061
43 4131
43-4131
13-2072
11-9081
53-7063
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
13-1111
13-1161
11-2021
31-9011
17-2141
49-1011
11-9111
31-9092
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1014
11-9199
25-2022
49-3042
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
41-1012
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199

Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insulation Wkrs, Floor, Ceiling, & Wall
Insurance Sales Agents
Internists, General
Interpreters & Translators
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legislators
Library Assistants, Clerical
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Lodging Mgrs
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Management Analysts
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Massage Therapists
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health Counselors
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other

95
179
54
29
26
132
23
219
49
67
21
39

28
18
601
13
725
17
197
79
97
16
26
90
68
81
17
24
553
440
30
73
14
56
37
125
91
251
107
31

44
159
53
24
49
63
38
456
21
15
278
57

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$11.29
$10.48
$11.34
$17.46
$18.28
$54.13
$26.24
$39.70
$15.32
$16.71
$12.31
$14.05
$16.29
$33.70
$14.34
$28.38
$123.81
$21.47
$13.88

$10.08
$9.67
$9.95
$12.91
$14.80
$38.95
$20.64
$32.38
$11.15
$11.78
$9.38
$10.17
$13.57
$25.90
$11.92
$19.38
$91.41
$17.58
$10.78

$10.84
$10.37
$11.00
$16.78
$17.12
$51.51
$22.95
$37.35
$14.14
$15.76
$9.60
$12.26
$15.14
$34.38
$14.53
$22.14
$91.69
$21.66
$13.86

$11.61
$11.08
$12.44
$21.63
$21.08
$63.85
$32.50
$44.25
$18.11
$19.85
$13.31
$15.11
$18.02
$41.24
$16.75
$38.84
$91.98
$25.99
$16.64

$38.58
$16.76
$27.37
$15.58
$10.75
$41.85
$20.21

$22.80
$11.00
$19.99
$11.56
$9.33
$27.65
$16.65

$30.50
$14.56
$30.19
$14.32
$9.69
$34.31
$18.20

$62.50
$22.45
$33.82
$19.16
$11.17
$46.15
$21.94

$16.38
$21.44
$18 30
$18.30
$34.45
$25.17
$11.04
$10.37
$10.25
$19.24
$41.64
$25.43
$48.32
$25.54
$45.84
$30.88
$50.88
$17.25
$17.81
$17.72
$25.00
$21.95
$37.13

$15.48
$19.50
$15 34
$15.34
$24.95
$17.05
$9.37
$9.37
$9.34
$15.56
$32.26
$12.84
$40.72
$17.83
$26.35
$23.47
$41.40
$13.57
$15.64
$15.53
$23.80
$16.01
$21.90

$16.73
$21.42
$17 27
$17.27
$30.22
$29.65
$10.09
$9.85
$9.51
$18.49
$43.52
$21.69
$46.61
$28.27
$44.90
$30.25
$50.75
$15.93
$17.84
$17.69
$26.09
$21.37
$31.87

$17.97
$23.25
$20 03
$20.03
$41.21
$33.28
$11.63
$11.07
$10.91
$22.75
$52.39
$33.21
$55.27
$32.52
$58.46
$36.30
$58.08
$20.03
$20.56
$20.42
$28.41
$26.79
$52.11

$19.39
$49.28
$29.53
$14.83
$27.99
$46.86
$11.87
$32.80
$43.20
$23.40
$17.60

$15.67
$40.10
$18.43
$12.39
$17.50
$41.07
$10.30
$28.04
$38.25
$18.37
$15.24

$18.41
$45.05
$29.82
$14.33
$22.99
$46.31
$11.36
$31.52
$43.18
$23.16
$18.02

$22.04
$55.24
$36.36
$17.18
$33.40
$53.55
$13.23
$36.88
$49.25
$27.77
$21.30

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 107

Annual
Wage
$23,495
$21,781
$23,596
$36,313
$38,013
$112,592
$54,572
$82,584
$31,880
$34,745
$25,613
$29,224
$33,894
$70,106
$29,828
$59,024
$257,528
$44,653
$28,872
$54,881
$80,259
$34,851
$56,923
$32,404
$22,365
$87,053
$42,039
$176,308
$34,083
$44,600
$38 059
$38,059
$71,647
$52,356
$22,958
$21,579
$21,323
$40,020
$86,628
$52,896
$100,503
$53,123
$95,338
$64,233
$105,831
$35,863
$37,054
$36,869
$51,999
$45,639
$77,223
$62,452
$40,345
$102,512
$61,408
$30,842
$58,219
$97,479
$24,697
$68,227
$89,853
$48,657
$36,597

SOC
Code

Wenatchee, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
29-2081
43-4151
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
23-2011
41-2022
43-3051
39-9021
39-1021
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
47-2151
47-2152
33-3051
43-5031
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
25 2011
25-2011
51-5112
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-9099
11-2031
27-3031
13-1021
13-1023
41-9022
43-4171
39-9032
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
41-1011
41-2031
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
25-2031
43-6014
33-9032
25-3021
51-9012
51-6031
47-2211
43-5071

Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Opticians, Dispensing
Order Clerks
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Pipelayers
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police, Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Preschool Teachers,
Teachers Not Special Education
Printing Press Operators
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents & Buyers, Farm Products
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks

482
14
213
11
68
125
1,271
73
59
139
73
164
69
57
23
188
28
12
64
48
17
160
55
21
91
39
17
46
134
35
27
19
29
44
21
31
61
22
301
77
65
870
63
438
1,410
64
119
324
284
668
107
44

234

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$14.17
$13.92
$23.24
$19.32
$16.42
$10.63
$10.51
$20.38
$21.32
$15.87
$18.67
$11.61
$22.35
$57.40
$14.87
$17.42
$11.86
$118.23
$14.13
$22.76
$37.18
$49.69
$19.99
$21.67
$29.06
$23.50
$22.13
$25.13
$22.64
$29.42
$15 21
$15.21
$15.09
$22.81
$12.35
$18.57
$23.29
$29.91
$20.20
$39.18
$30.95
$36.56
$26.01
$27.32
$13.46
$13.17
$19.91
$34.02
$22.99
$20.85
$12.24
$46.25
$21.36
$31.47
$32.78

$11.11
$11.08
$18.69
$12.02
$13.41
$9.33
$9.34
$14.36
$18.06
$11.39
$14.19
$10.19
$19.55
$51.34
$13.24
$15.12
$10.40
$91.34
$11.89
$19.92
$32.31
$41.51
$16.65
$16.95
$25.33
$21.14
$14.81
$22.46
$22.83
$25.17
$12 42
$12.42
$10.39
$16.14
$9.81
$18.48
$15.05
$25.90
$15.24
$38.23
$25.11
$24.21
$21.08
$20.56
$10.90
$9.28
$18.46
$27.93
$17.94
$14.58
$9.60
$38.58
$16.08
$20.52
$23.85

$13.53
$13.91
$21.78
$16.52
$15.91
$9.49
$9.53
$18.40
$20.09
$14.70
$17.55
$11.28
$21.50
$55.73
$14.59
$17.29
$11.58
$91.65
$13.70
$22.03
$36.22
$46.93
$18.65
$21.74
$29.64
$23.32
$24.64
$26.51
$25.87
$30.62
$13 86
$13.86
$15.71
$20.09
$11.66
$20.36
$23.28
$28.91
$19.29
$41.18
$31.55
$33.55
$25.00
$30.04
$12.99
$10.20
$20.72
$33.36
$21.70
$18.83
$11.07
$43.19
$19.80
$31.63
$27.37

$16.52
$16.82
$26.42
$27.34
$18.82
$10.18
$11.14
$25.60
$22.59
$18.20
$21.80
$12.87
$23.61
$62.49
$16.70
$19.78
$13.50
$91.96
$16.07
$26.09
$42.75
$58.55
$21.87
$26.30
$33.13
$26.41
$26.44
$27.54
$25.88
$34.26
$18 36
$18.36
$18.16
$28.05
$13.91
$21.91
$28.10
$33.71
$25.38
$44.11
$36.18
$44.97
$31.67
$34.15
$15.45
$15.06
$22.43
$39.96
$26.25
$26.28
$13.69
$52.70
$26.68
$39.66
$39.57

$16.81
$14.16
$20.82
$16.95
$15.21
$22.02
$12.99

$13.61
$10.77
$15.93
$11.64
$12.20
$14.28
$10.22

$16.75
$12.52
$21.04
$16.71
$14.69
$24.98
$11.30

$19.78
$15.66
$24.98
$20.86
$18.32
$27.30
$15.34

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 108

Annual
Wage
$29,481
$28,939
$48,345
$40,181
$34,162
$22,097
$21,863
$42,390
$44,337
$33,004
$38,846
$24,156
$46,488
$119,407
$30,931
$36,246
$24,681
$245,916
$29,392
$47,334
$77,341
$103,362
$41,575
$45,071
$60,429
$48,870
$46,031
$52,262
$47,077
$61,195
$31 640
$31,640
$31,372
$47,446
$25,698
$38,623
$48,452
$62,229
$42,015
$81,483
$64,365
$76,056
$54,114
$56,831
$28,003
$27,382
$41,414
$70,755
$47,817
$43,357
$25,457
$96,210
$44,433
$65,456
$68,194
$63,685
$34,955
$29,445
$43,312
$35,265
$31,626
$45,802
$27,019

SOC
Code

Wenatchee, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

11-9151
21-1093
25-2054
29-1127
43-5081
21-1011
25-3098
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
51-6052
13-2081
53-3041
25-9041
51-2092
49-2022
43-3071
49-3093
23-2093
13-1151
11-3071
53-1031
41-3041
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
31-9096
25-2032
35-3031
51 8031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
13-1022
19-1023

Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tailors, Dressmakers, & Custom Sewers
Tax Examiners, Collectors, & Revenue Agents
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Team Assemblers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Tellers
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Travel Agents
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

40
117
35
37
370
365
20
26
28
28
16
17
604
163
27
189
24
34
17
45
11
304
252
37
25
40
630
24
21
54
27
58

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$32.50
$12.56

$24.68
$10.36

$27.72
$11.74

$36.95
$14.18

$30.93
$12.53
$26.18
$14.64
$24.63
$30.31
$10.92
$13.94
$10.15
$24.61
$11.29

$25.17
$9.72
$23.79
$13.16
$20.21
$23.51
$10.01
$11.59
$9.41
$21.92
$10.02

$29.69
$11.60
$25.87
$14.31
$24.86
$30.86
$10.79
$13.66
$9.69
$25.41
$11.07

$35.87
$14.35
$28.01
$16.11
$29.18
$36.16
$11.58
$15.62
$10.85
$26.08
$12.29

$10.21
$28.66
$11.63
$12.39
$23.31
$33.83
$37.19
$28.24
$16.69
$18.11
$16.65
$34.15
$10.89

$9.34
$26.46
$10.36
$10.78
$18.69
$26.61
$28.67
$20.31
$14.41
$15.40
$11.64
$29.20
$9.29

$9.68
$31.31
$11.15
$11.91
$22.23
$32.75
$33.78
$27.69
$16.86
$17.78
$14.38
$34.09
$9.67

$10.81
$34.19
$12.15
$13.67
$27.88
$41.08
$44.85
$33.71
$19.13
$20.79
$19.00
$39.12
$11.51

$11.56
$25 98
$25.98
$25.09
$16.64
$18.09
$22.56
$30.20

$9.29
$22.69
$22
69
$14.58
$12.55
$14.04
$16.95
$24.66

$9.61
$25.84
$25
84
$19.89
$15.06
$17.39
$20.25
$29.29

$12.89
$28 61
$28.61
$37.64
$20.83
$22.24
$30.57
$33.57

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 109

Annual
Wage
$67,597
$26,127
$57,353
$64,336
$26,059
$54,454
$30,451
$51,242
$63,045
$22,697
$28,994
$21,118
$51,190
$23,484
$30,224
$21,245
$59,610
$24,188
$25,759
$48,485
$70,368
$77,343
$58,747
$34,702
$37,661
$34,615
$71,032
$22,658
$56,265
$24,043
$54 029
$54,029
$52,184
$34,629
$37,629
$46,931
$62,817

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 110

Yakima, WA MSA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Yakima County
SOC
Code

Yakima, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

13-2011
11-3011
25-3011
41-3011
19-4011
45-2091
45-2011
45-2099
49-3011
39-3091
17-3011
51-2099
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
19-4021
43-3031
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
13-1199
51-3021
51-7011
27-4031
29-2031
43-5011
47-3012
47-2031
47-2041
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
19-4031
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
29-1011
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
51-9192
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
35-3021
53-2012
21-1099
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising Sales Agents
Agricultural & Food Science Technicians
Agricultural Equipment Operators
Agricultural Inspectors
Agricultural Wkrs, All Other
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Camera Ops, Television, Video, & Motion Picture
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenter Helpers
Carpenters
Carpet Installers
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Technicians
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Chiropractors
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Cleaning/Washing/Metal Pickling Equipment Ops/Tenders
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Commercial Pilots
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs

379
89
114
56
58
260
166
163
157
19
233
119
340
146
267
183
392
47
1,155
184
409
87
182
183

58
48
20
578
1,928
40
59
28
26
90
276
432
15
101
179
57
378
97
86
199
74
2,347
19
41
22
198
43

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$32.12
$37.85
$21.26
$23.96
$15.28
$12.71
$17.94
$15.12
$16.22
$11.35
$23.95
$13.25
$16.92
$18.76
$13.15
$11.29
$15.11
$16.10
$19.55
$18.22
$21.46
$15.64

$24.89
$26.69
$19.07
$11.21
$10.91
$10.79
$13.88
$12.67
$10.98
$9.30
$20.65
$9.61
$13.17
$13.28
$10.36
$9.30
$10.80
$13.14
$14.57
$14.81
$17.54
$14.45

$29.30
$35.55
$21.51
$19.41
$13.93
$12.38
$18.82
$13.76
$14.13
$9.48
$23.24
$11.34
$16.71
$17.86
$12.68
$9.47
$14.96
$15.44
$18.72
$17.70
$22.07
$16.57

$36.55
$44.29
$24.75
$31.94
$18.44
$13.93
$20.57
$15.89
$21.44
$11.31
$27.38
$15.64
$20.85
$24.93
$14.57
$13.07
$18.22
$18.64
$24.17
$21.30
$25.59
$18.01

$66,808
$78,717
$44,211
$49,834
$31,764
$26,440
$37,316
$31,451
$33,742
$23,606
$49,828
$27,572
$35,190
$39,015
$27,352
$23,503
$31,427
$33,481
$40,673
$37,887
$44,631
$32,521

$29.85
$15.86
$16.62
$15.64
$31.37
$31.41
$12.14
$21.84
$21.49
$11.53
$20.14
$18.66
$20.99
$29.71
$50.35
$10.21
$20.16

$24.01
$11.69
$12.76
$12.43
$27.69
$17.95
$9.75
$17.43
$16.21
$9.46
$19.43
$13.67
$17.05
$27.36
$39.03
$9.32
$13.27

$29.20
$16.41
$16.61
$14.75
$32.56
$31.00
$10.62
$21.76
$17.73
$10.53
$20.82
$18.10
$21.74
$28.74
$52.03
$9.50
$20.83

$35.18
$19.11
$20.11
$18.39
$36.06
$46.03
$11.49
$26.17
$27.76
$12.62
$22.20
$21.53
$26.10
$32.53
$66.45
$10.74
$26.06

$62,095
$32,992
$34,556
$32,533
$65,250
$65,332
$25,259
$45,426
$44,703
$23,993
$41,884
$38,814
$43,668
$61,806
$104,737
$21,245
$41,943

$23.53
$33.56
$33.49
$10.53

$21.54
$29.47
$28.05
$9.36

$24.59
$31.63
$33.43
$9.63

$27.36
$36.81
$37.88
$11.06

$48,933
$69,812
$69,659
$21,913

$32.73

$28.28

$33.10

$37.78

$15.19
$10.22

$10.89
$9.26

$14.70
$9.36

$17.77
$9.65

$18.87
$34.25
$30.65
$53.31

$15.40
$23.63
$23.62
$36.94

$18.35
$30.89
$28.04
$48.68

$22.24
$38.52
$36.81
$62.20

$68,090
$31,327
$31,583
$21,252
$59,044
$39,267
$71,231
$63,756
$110,897

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 111

SOC
Code

Yakima, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

15-1143
15-1152
15-1199
43-9011
15-1131
15-1132
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
51-4011
19-1031
47-4099
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
53-7011
35-2019
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
33-3012
33-1011
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
43-4031
13-2041
43-4051
51-4031
51 9032
51-9032
43-9021
15-1141
41-9011
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
33-3021
29-2032
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
53-3031
47-2081
27-3041
11-9031
11-9039
11-9032
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023
51-2022
17-3012
49-2094
47-2111
25-2021
43-4061
13-1071
11-9041
17-2081

Computer Network Architects
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Operators
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Related Wkrs, All Other
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Conveyor Operators & Tenders
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Correctional Officers, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Credit Analysts
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters
Setters, Ops
Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Database Administrators
Demonstrators & Product Promoters
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, All Other
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical & Electronics Drafters
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electricians
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Environmental Engineers

20
68
19
15
20
78
167
38
51
100
15
12
206
62
184

265
331
32
198
50
72
407
418
105
31
725

42
15
101
324
154
23
75
44
61
69
181
235
149
107
49
20
13
216
69
214
20
41
10
20
287
1,208
178
203
34
15

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$31.34
$30.65
$33.71
$19.55
$36.83
$41.69
$24.93
$32.71
$16.37
$19.23
$30.20
$20.00
$15.50
$51.93
$35.61
$17.01
$11.89
$12.53
$11.98
$11.27
$29.08
$29.29
$29.60
$12.71
$10.15
$15.45
$19.49
$33.76
$14.89
$15.77
$13 48
$13.48
$14.17
$31.69
$11.05
$15.72
$40.72
$20.88
$113.04
$39.67
$33.86
$22.86
$11.07
$10.17
$15.18
$19.07
$14.35
$25.70
$22.39
$35.35

$25.61
$25.29
$30.77
$16.90
$26.63
$31.79
$18.67
$24.48
$13.56
$17.08
$22.06
$13.93
$12.14
$34.20
$27.74
$13.44
$10.38
$10.44
$10.31
$9.49
$26.68
$26.11
$21.01
$9.71
$9.28
$13.46
$16.51
$25.97
$11.29
$12.25
$9 40
$9.40
$11.53
$24.03
$10.27
$12.86
$38.17
$16.89
$91.30
$29.00
$29.13
$14.13
$9.50
$9.30
$12.40
$15.06
$12.28
$16.96
$14.32
$25.36

$28.94
$29.75
$35.49
$18.61
$37.45
$40.92
$24.51
$30.79
$15.92
$19.54
$29.83
$22.19
$15.54
$43.67
$34.03
$15.63
$11.16
$11.69
$11.45
$11.08
$31.12
$29.73
$27.92
$11.99
$9.40
$14.76
$19.37
$32.25
$13.67
$14.19
$9 66
$9.66
$13.67
$29.73
$10.95
$15.13
$41.43
$20.47
$91.62
$37.24
$33.97
$24.28
$10.57
$9.51
$14.28
$18.27
$14.17
$21.81
$18.69
$33.66

$38.71
$34.20
$38.00
$21.69
$47.57
$51.73
$28.50
$39.45
$18.43
$21.79
$34.66
$23.32
$18.57
$67.67
$42.91
$18.19
$11.93
$14.35
$13.50
$12.83
$33.78
$33.19
$35.83
$14.70
$9.54
$16.89
$22.15
$41.21
$17.58
$18.56
$15 06
$15.06
$16.47
$38.88
$11.65
$18.45
$44.68
$25.30
$91.94
$51.42
$40.08
$29.31
$11.79
$10.83
$17.87
$22.85
$16.73
$28.43
$27.14
$48.46

$20.97
$28.86
$29.66
$16.86
$21.72
$24.75
$23.22

$16.79
$23.62
$27.66
$13.62
$15.69
$16.23
$17.91

$19.62
$28.54
$30.30
$15.99
$17.81
$26.61
$24.14

$23.20
$34.07
$32.53
$20.08
$24.33
$33.23
$27.52

$21.16
$25.46
$52.71
$35.09

$19.86
$21.16
$39.65
$31.76

$22.47
$25.41
$49.12
$35.33

$22.48
$29.30
$60.25
$42.68

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 112

Annual
Wage
$65,192
$63,756
$70,123
$40,663
$76,591
$86,723
$51,849
$68,036
$34,054
$40,003
$62,819
$41,596
$32,226
$108,013
$74,084
$35,375
$24,735
$26,055
$24,917
$23,445
$60,478
$60,916
$61,561
$26,442
$21,105
$32,123
$40,551
$70,223
$30,980
$32,785
$28 038
$28,038
$29,471
$65,918
$22,974
$32,702
$84,701
$43,436
$235,126
$82,515
$70,420
$47,551
$23,026
$21,162
$31,594
$39,658
$29,855
$53,441
$46,564
$73,535
$100,658
$43,629
$60,036
$61,688
$35,070
$45,174
$51,473
$48,301
$57,844
$44,004
$52,960
$109,621
$73,001

SOC
Code

Yakima, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

19-2041
43-6011
51-4021
29-1062
49-3041
11-9013
45-1011
45-2092
45-2093
47-4031
43-4071
13-2051
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
33-1021
39-9031
27-1023
51-3092
51-3093
35-1012
35-2021
51-3099
19-1012
35-3041
11-9051
13-1131
11-1021
45-2041
27-1024
39 5012
39-5012
21-1091
29-2099
31-9099
49-9021
53-1021
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
19-2043
17-3026
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
43-9041
41-3021
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
23-1023
25-2012
53-7062
37-1012

Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Extruding/Drawing Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Family & General Practitioners
Farm Equipment Mechanics
Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
Fence Erectors
File Clerks
Financial Analysts
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Cooking Machine Operators & Tenders
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Processing Workers, All Other
Food Scientists & Technologists
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Fundraisers
General & Operations Mgrs
Graders & Sorters, Agricultural Products
Graphic Designers
Hairdressers Hairstylists,
Hairdressers,
Hairstylists & Cosmetologists
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Hydrologists
Industrial Engineering Technicians
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs

11
185
37
198
40
126
1,534
35
91
52
12
195
53
550
75
62
29

410
539
24
157
120
26
676
1,407
69
15
57
145
141
144
346
123
113
66
100
40
17
21
47
300
86
989
63
304
46
90
29
68
138
16
74
1,337
27
256
1,354
36

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$27.31
$23.12
$16.92
$72.26
$18.60
$39.91
$25.58
$11.55
$13.65
$15.88
$12.94
$28.78
$47.14
$22.21
$14.82
$29.93

$22.48
$19.20
$13.11
$34.72
$13.42
$29.05
$15.26
$9.55
$10.49
$15.14
$9.52
$21.59
$35.25
$19.59
$10.11
$17.90

$27.79
$23.03
$16.01
$66.08
$16.37
$36.24
$22.42
$10.58
$11.64
$16.39
$12.57
$26.17
$42.93
$21.48
$11.27
$31.73

$30.11
$27.51
$20.42
$91.42
$21.00
$48.60
$34.53
$11.69
$16.65
$17.64
$16.15
$33.94
$55.20
$23.39
$19.97
$38.56

$56,808
$48,102
$35,196
$150,314
$38,697
$83,009
$53,200
$24,028
$28,379
$33,024
$26,931
$59,862
$98,048
$46,196
$30,824
$62,252

$13.21
$15.16
$13.76
$14.74
$11.15
$10.80
$27.93
$9.94
$22.48
$22.60
$54.39
$12.58
$17.66
$18 05
$18.05
$23.14
$18.22
$15.82
$21.67
$19.40
$11.57
$9.99
$12.08
$17.80
$16.93
$43.82
$37.15
$26.15
$34.38
$23.15
$44.89
$14.09
$17.65
$15.22
$11.78
$22.04

$10.14
$10.65
$10.69
$11.12
$9.34
$9.99
$21.06
$9.32
$17.12
$18.52
$34.19
$9.39
$13.99
$11 13
$11.13
$19.12
$13.34
$13.04
$18.35
$15.23
$10.16
$9.32
$10.38
$15.53
$15.47
$31.74
$32.52
$16.40
$25.96
$20.32
$31.39
$11.42
$15.16
$9.43
$9.48
$15.06

$11.43
$14.47
$13.06
$14.07
$10.19
$10.72
$26.55
$9.49
$20.01
$21.69
$43.68
$9.96
$16.96
$14 83
$14.83
$21.41
$15.26
$16.14
$21.26
$18.81
$11.26
$9.49
$11.34
$17.60
$17.09
$36.50
$34.18
$22.90
$32.17
$23.32
$40.63
$13.41
$18.31
$11.21
$11.11
$23.00

$16.52
$19.33
$16.58
$17.85
$11.94
$11.44
$32.97
$10.39
$29.19
$25.52
$61.92
$11.43
$20.79
$21 07
$21.07
$26.55
$21.71
$18.17
$25.27
$22.76
$12.75
$10.38
$13.61
$20.32
$18.72
$54.55
$37.73
$36.08
$37.74
$26.43
$52.42
$16.16
$19.85
$20.33
$13.34
$28.64

$27,464
$31,524
$28,618
$30,650
$23,191
$22,474
$58,091
$20,666
$46,757
$47,016
$113,146
$26,168
$36,730
$37 541
$37,541
$48,138
$37,893
$32,896
$45,066
$40,356
$24,057
$20,772
$25,127
$37,026
$35,220
$91,129
$77,283
$54,393
$71,518
$48,151
$93,368
$29,300
$36,712
$31,648
$24,509
$45,851

$20.69
$23.01
$22.09
$15.74
$13.70
$51.17

$16.70
$13.77
$19.63
$13.34
$10.66
$36.68

$18.73
$18.31
$22.10
$15.25
$13.75
$44.25

$23.45
$27.45
$25.81
$17.56
$16.50
$66.22

$12.48
$24.37

$9.84
$17.71

$11.57
$20.90

$14.55
$31.37

$43,030
$47,866
$45,948
$32,752
$28,505
$106,426
$47,977
$25,965
$50,688

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 113

SOC
Code

Yakima, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
33-9092
43-4131
13-2072
49-9094
11-9081
53-7063
51-4041
29-2035
37-2012
43-9051
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
13-1161
11-2021
21-1013
31-9011
51-3022
17-3027
17-2141
49 1011
49-1011
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
31-9092
31-9093
29-2071
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1023
21-1014
27-1026
11-9199
25-2022
51-9023
49-3042
39-4031
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-2033
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
31-2011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199

Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Locksmiths & Safe Repairers
Lodging Mgrs
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Ops, Not Postal Svc
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Market Research Analysts
Marketing Mgrs
Marriage & Family Therapists
Massage Therapists
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Engineering Technicians
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics Installers
Mechanics,
Installers, Repairers
Repairers, 1st
1st-Ln
Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapist Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other

325
72
172
121
32
88
99
45
382
64
76
115
12
359
170
25
650
12
914
128
54
62
29
25
37
42
46
261
39
81
114
107
472
66
185
467
56
14
164
54
517
54
81
29
120

99
19
33
1,070
22
13
27
726
96

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$12.32
$10.51
$40.85
$18.76
$14.93

$9.47
$9.34
$28.75
$15.91
$12.10

$10.76
$9.63
$38.63
$18.18
$13.67

$13.43
$11.19
$49.99
$21.50
$18.71

$25,611
$21,846
$84,972
$39,018
$31,052

$30.36
$12.45
$16.91
$21.44
$10.98
$16.08
$37.37
$18.49
$25.34
$11.10
$20.21
$38.90
$11.98
$11.61
$17.90
$17.14
$29.66
$29.25
$61.65
$18.47
$25.34
$14.56
$21.22
$32.55
$28 72
$28.72
$18.48
$29.62
$44.29
$22.29
$15.66
$15.29
$16.16
$16.49
$18.98
$21.58
$26.04
$20.87
$10.44
$44.51

$26.77
$10.63
$14.62
$18.22
$9.41
$14.39
$25.26
$10.49
$23.98
$9.50
$15.92
$34.29
$9.35
$9.80
$12.79
$13.51
$21.22
$19.99
$47.60
$16.24
$19.85
$12.78
$17.88
$22.87
$24 10
$24.10
$15.73
$26.08
$33.23
$19.09
$13.33
$12.94
$12.12
$13.98
$15.83
$17.88
$14.84
$16.44
$9.96
$33.02

$31.61
$12.61
$16.83
$21.06
$10.14
$16.36
$36.78
$17.44
$25.86
$9.80
$19.95
$39.64
$10.20
$10.88
$18.10
$16.34
$26.34
$25.35
$60.74
$18.13
$24.61
$14.20
$21.01
$32.56
$28 07
$28.07
$17.30
$30.46
$41.04
$21.95
$15.09
$14.35
$15.73
$16.33
$17.55
$20.92
$28.94
$20.16
$10.53
$41.75

$34.78
$14.06
$18.87
$24.56
$11.33
$17.95
$44.82
$25.40
$27.74
$11.37
$24.21
$44.09
$15.32
$12.42
$22.08
$20.49
$39.63
$39.01
$68.54
$20.93
$30.67
$16.42
$23.46
$40.79
$33 86
$33.86
$20.62
$33.73
$49.35
$26.35
$17.82
$16.66
$18.35
$18.26
$20.76
$25.22
$34.17
$23.33
$11.11
$55.74

$12.44
$21.40
$19.16
$48.32
$32.00
$17.43
$10.82
$31.61
$35.13
$45.91
$11.28
$27.30
$25.17
$40.64
$24.71
$15.16

$9.30
$15.80
$14.21
$37.13
$26.86
$16.02
$9.33
$25.54
$31.87
$39.44
$10.22
$26.01
$21.37
$36.93
$18.50
$12.71

$10.82
$19.93
$17.73
$40.03
$33.53
$17.30
$9.54
$31.63
$34.78
$44.00
$11.04
$27.37
$24.21
$40.29
$22.56
$15.30

$14.47
$27.72
$23.78
$45.24
$37.12
$18.59
$11.44
$37.30
$38.80
$53.30
$11.86
$30.21
$27.34
$43.77
$29.67
$17.44

$63,138
$25,893
$35,175
$44,592
$22,849
$33,439
$77,727
$38,469
$52,707
$23,088
$42,053
$80,915
$24,922
$24,145
$37,247
$35,665
$61,691
$60,841
$128,222
$38,407
$52,716
$30,277
$44,132
$67,708
$59 734
$59,734
$38,439
$61,611
$92,132
$46,354
$32,560
$31,810
$33,609
$34,302
$39,464
$44,895
$54,174
$43,402
$21,722
$92,580
$57,867
$25,871
$44,509
$39,845
$100,508
$66,564
$36,255
$22,499
$65,764
$73,087
$95,495
$23,468
$56,785
$52,365
$84,534
$51,411
$31,546

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 114

SOC
Code

Yakima, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

43-9061
43-9071
47-2073
51-9083
29-2081
29-1041
43-4151
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
51-9122
23-2011
41-2022
47-2071
43-3051
39-9021
39-9099
13-2052
39-1021
37-3012
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
31-9097
27-4021
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29 1071
29-1071
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5031
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
51-5111
25-2011
51-5113
51-5112
43-3061
27-2012
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
11-2031
27-3031
13-1021
13-1023
11-3061
27-3011
29-2034
41-9022
43-4171
39-9032

Office Clerks, General
Office Machine Operators, Not Computer
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians
Opticians, Dispensing
Optometrists
Order Clerks
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parts Salespersons
Paving, Surfacing, & Tamping Equipment Operators
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Care & Svc Wkrs, All Other
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, & Applicators, Vegetation
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Phlebotomists
Photographers
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police, Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Prepress Technicians and Workers
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Print Binding and Finishing Workers
Printing Press Operators
Procurement Clerks
Producers & Directors
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents & Buyers, Farm Products
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radio & Television Announcers
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs

1,379
23
123
50
69
26
176
452
2,246
122
17
154
248
20
173
494
16
30
67
102
185
54
249
83
39
75
66
38
30
91
61
76
110
371
116
33
181
41
17

14
107
51
487
111
551
111
60
17
66
13
59
20
108
23
29
154
20
620
92

$15.03
$14.56
$24.69
$13.82
$17.79
$51.31
$16.74
$12.86
$11.90
$18.14
$21.35
$22.81
$14.54
$19.17
$17.89
$11.00
$10.98
$27.54
$19.29
$16.63
$55.02
$11.67
$16.86
$14.96
$13.23
$11.45
$114.74
$13.89
$28.33
$39.59
$42 63
$42.63
$34.34
$39.18
$29.44
$22.37
$24.00
$25.29
$22.42
$29.75
$16.64
$14.14
$14.51
$21.24
$19.07
$29.31
$23.06
$16.23
$11.46
$23.20
$31.51
$21.14
$15.71
$40.13
$26.99
$38.51
$25.61
$48.70
$19.45
$27.61
$23.09
$14.24
$13.70

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 115

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$12.08
$11.46
$21.33
$12.53
$13.04
$28.69
$12.81
$10.48
$9.56
$16.02
$15.48
$17.99
$10.64
$13.61
$14.97
$10.07
$10.21
$16.92
$11.54
$12.36
$50.45
$9.97
$15.23
$12.88
$10.62
$9.80
$91.29
$12.36
$25.40
$35.07
$37 77
$37.77
$22.04
$32.53
$26.21
$20.19
$24.64
$22.46
$22.38
$27.59
$13.90
$12.22
$12.92
$18.59
$16.69
$21.81
$16.14
$9.42
$9.46
$19.54
$18.28
$13.51
$13.15
$32.45
$15.06
$25.11
$19.57
$25.32
$13.25
$23.80
$16.90
$12.08
$10.04

$14.54
$15.35
$24.77
$13.50
$18.75
$51.50
$16.34
$11.51
$10.74
$17.96
$20.64
$22.01
$13.04
$19.02
$18.12
$10.76
$10.88
$18.76
$17.73
$15.72
$55.72
$11.72
$16.73
$14.13
$12.51
$10.98
$91.63
$13.37
$28.20
$39.57
$42 45
$42.45
$34.15
$38.08
$31.20
$22.42
$25.87
$27.09
$25.82
$27.60
$16.58
$13.54
$14.50
$21.17
$18.96
$30.62
$21.39
$9.73
$10.94
$22.30
$31.87
$23.79
$15.97
$35.16
$19.28
$30.43
$23.40
$37.08
$14.54
$26.88
$28.02
$13.83
$12.58

$17.20
$17.32
$28.26
$14.46
$21.79
$63.31
$20.41
$14.36
$13.48
$20.40
$26.46
$27.37
$18.01
$23.07
$21.18
$11.45
$11.55
$48.48
$25.71
$20.72
$63.04
$13.29
$18.27
$16.58
$14.55
$12.51
$91.98
$14.39
$31.89
$43.76
$46 50
$46.50
$47.43
$44.68
$33.99
$25.35
$26.44
$27.54
$25.88
$37.33
$19.32
$14.86
$16.38
$24.42
$21.77
$35.32
$27.78
$25.10
$13.17
$26.45
$41.83
$25.40
$17.93
$49.10
$35.35
$35.42
$29.92
$54.44
$21.53
$31.09
$28.03
$16.15
$14.71

Annual
Wage
$31,271
$30,276
$51,367
$28,751
$37,000
$106,730
$34,816
$26,742
$24,767
$37,739
$44,409
$47,449
$30,258
$39,881
$37,217
$22,879
$22,840
$57,292
$40,130
$34,590
$114,434
$24,272
$35,061
$31,115
$27,508
$23,806
$238,652
$28,888
$58,919
$82,361
$88 682
$88,682
$71,440
$81,483
$61,236
$46,544
$49,938
$52,603
$46,641
$61,876
$34,611
$29,420
$30,187
$44,164
$39,656
$60,972
$47,958
$33,759
$23,827
$48,261
$65,550
$43,971
$32,681
$83,474
$56,137
$80,101
$53,278
$101,284
$40,451
$57,440
$48,039
$29,615
$28,501

SOC
Code

Yakima, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

29-1141
21-1015
27-3022
41-1011
41-2031
47-2181
41-9099
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
33-9032
25-3021
51-9012
47-4071
47-2211
43-5071
39-5094
11-9151
21-1093
21-1029
19-1013
25-2052
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29 1127
29-1127
51-8021
43-5081
51-2041
21-1011
25-3098
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
47-2082
13-2081
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
49-2022
43-3071
49-3093
23-2093
51-4111
39-7011
13-1151
11-3071
53-1031
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
29-1131
31-9096

Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reporters & Correspondents
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Roofers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Septic Tank Svcrs & Sewer Pipe Cleaners
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Skin Care Specialists
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Wkrs, All Other
Soil & Plant Scientists
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech Language Pathologists
Speech-Language
Stationary Engineers & Boiler Operators
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tapers
Tax Examiners, Collectors, & Revenue Agents
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Tellers
Tire Repairers & Changers
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tool & Die Makers
Tour Guides and Escorts
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers

2,093
315
29
696
2,388
99
62
157
233
836
87
80
612
1,266
82
238
130

84
527
117
629
13
15
140
89
25
100
79
26
1,051
90
116
754
136
23
16
73
31
26
31
18
73
1,546
47
67
453
151
39

39
53
162
1,347
452
54
24

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$31.82
$19.77
$16.00
$19.65
$12.67
$23.13
$15.33
$44.13
$27.41
$30.36
$41.31
$15.78

$25.71
$16.02
$10.75
$14.00
$9.44
$14.36
$10.74
$31.85
$15.38
$18.81
$30.33
$10.92

$30.90
$17.18
$13.32
$17.51
$10.83
$22.39
$12.70
$36.09
$19.04
$24.04
$41.05
$14.97

$38.42
$23.04
$16.30
$22.15
$14.00
$27.65
$16.96
$50.78
$29.20
$35.98
$53.09
$19.91

$16.28

$13.64

$16.36

$18.62

$15.43
$14.78
$14.93
$20.79
$38.16
$14.55
$19.83
$31.40
$15.00
$28.00
$31.40

$12.20
$11.99
$10.71
$15.78
$31.49
$10.58
$16.02
$22.04
$11.47
$17.57
$26.97

$15.42
$13.60
$12.56
$17.22
$36.28
$13.11
$19.13
$28.74
$15.31
$31.47
$31.54

$17.89
$15.74
$19.71
$30.41
$48.22
$17.68
$23.79
$35.65
$17.90
$35.43
$35.73

$35 46
$35.46
$22.84
$12.47
$18.53
$15.95
$17.70
$20.15
$19.00
$31.05
$11.49
$14.30
$12.89
$26.71
$12.11
$11.11

$30 95
$30.95
$18.46
$9.59
$16.69
$12.83
$15.87
$17.18
$14.69
$23.66
$9.53
$12.07
$11.16
$22.48
$10.37
$10.07

$34 86
$34.86
$24.16
$11.22
$18.52
$15.62
$17.64
$19.99
$17.32
$31.10
$10.53
$13.59
$13.03
$24.80
$11.35
$10.78

$40 02
$40.02
$26.55
$14.32
$20.61
$18.13
$19.78
$22.83
$24.53
$37.05
$11.84
$15.99
$14.48
$29.19
$13.42
$11.49

$14.16
$28.40
$13.35
$15.38
$17.33
$20.03
$15.47
$30.81
$48.61
$23.74
$17.54
$16.09
$30.50
$37.11
$10.14

$11.63
$21.56
$11.25
$12.34
$14.32
$19.51
$13.14
$23.59
$29.46
$18.31
$14.16
$12.06
$27.09
$31.58
$9.32

$13.79
$30.49
$13.07
$15.80
$16.82
$21.14
$15.46
$29.19
$42.64
$22.86
$17.02
$14.32
$30.22
$35.32
$9.49

$16.63
$34.77
$14.92
$17.73
$18.99
$22.76
$17.78
$35.01
$65.57
$28.92
$20.27
$17.87
$33.35
$41.36
$10.56

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 116

Annual
Wage
$66,187
$41,115
$33,267
$40,873
$26,354
$48,098
$31,880
$91,793
$57,008
$63,155
$85,925
$32,808
$58,648
$33,856
$32,094
$30,740
$31,059
$43,240
$79,372
$30,261
$41,246
$65,311
$31,205
$58,239
$65,315
$60,839
$61,097
$59,911
$62,107
$73 750
$73,750
$47,492
$25,925
$38,537
$33,189
$36,822
$41,913
$39,506
$64,581
$23,898
$29,744
$26,822
$55,570
$25,192
$23,100
$30,020
$41,328
$29,468
$59,067
$27,767
$31,986
$36,056
$41,670
$32,193
$64,095
$101,108
$49,365
$36,482
$33,460
$63,449
$77,179
$21,085

SOC
Code

Yakima, WA MSA
Occupational Title

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

29-2056
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
13-1022
19-1023

Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

65
146
126
927
82
25
67
195
32
31

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$13.81
$23.03

$12.40
$18.38

$13.54
$21.46

$14.70
$26.04

$12.29
$24.73
$32.16
$13.91
$18.45
$21.86
$34.83

$9.30
$20.41
$18.40
$10.79
$15.34
$19.89
$27.36

$11.07
$23.60
$38.11
$13.50
$17.59
$22.42
$30.05

$14.37
$28.58
$42.31
$16.83
$21.95
$25.47
$39.12

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 117

Annual
Wage
$28,717
$47,909
$59,995
$25,557
$51,438
$66,890
$28,930
$38,375
$45,483
$72,436

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 118

Balance of State Northwest, WA
2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Clallam, Island, Jefferson,
and San Juan Counties

SOC
Code

Balance of State Northwest, WA
Occupational Title

13-2011
11-3011
41-3011
49-3011
39-3091
13-2021
17-1011
51-2099
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
43-3031
53-3022
13-1199
51-3021
51-7011
53-5021
43-5011
47-2031
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
17-3022
17-2051
53-7061
19-3031
27-2022
35-3021
21-1099
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1152
15-1199
15-1131
15-1132
15-1151
15-1121
51-4011
19-1031
47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
49-9012
35-2012
35-2014

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Advertising Sales Agents
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Bus Drivers, School
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Captains, Mates, & Pilots of Water Vessels
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenters
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
285
58
32
38

15
57
61
187
119
250
35
195
880
100
408
102
37
15
759
1,822
43
36
13
46
133
141
41
140
92
35
170
1,246
29
11
79
20
31
34
25
123
17
28
31
290
57
231
15
215
711

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$27.64
$39.74
$17.79
$27.26
$11.13
$24.47
$32.15
$15.26
$22.08
$21.29
$12.36
$11.68
$17.77
$17.74
$17.83
$18.29
$27.74
$17.79
$19.21
$30.32
$24.00
$23.20
$12.28
$20.14
$17.82
$40.58
$64.36
$10.45
$23.19
$24.33
$33.07
$12.04
$34.06

$24.41
$27.13
$10.64
$25.73
$10.08
$20.91
$17.06
$11.06
$17.58
$17.70
$10.41
$9.41
$14.44
$15.83
$14.46
$16.61
$21.10
$12.97
$15.61
$27.86
$19.38
$19.53
$9.58
$16.51
$14.14
$27.97
$39.91
$9.30
$19.35
$21.46
$30.21
$9.75
$28.22

$27.03
$37.46
$19.02
$27.79
$10.80
$24.24
$26.33
$14.83
$20.53
$20.91
$11.68
$11.24
$16.92
$17.48
$17.44
$18.04
$27.00
$19.39
$17.87
$32.03
$22.23
$22.24
$10.97
$19.43
$17.66
$40.42
$58.24
$9.75
$24.99
$24.28
$33.09
$11.72
$31.96

$30.60
$47.71
$21.68
$29.84
$11.52
$27.90
$47.14
$18.15
$23.70
$23.34
$14.12
$13.42
$20.51
$19.79
$21.18
$19.91
$35.65
$21.98
$23.29
$34.93
$26.80
$26.74
$13.32
$24.13
$21.09
$51.98
$78.66
$11.03
$26.07
$26.98
$36.20
$13.78
$36.32

$10.29
$23.09
$25.57
$31.26
$48.53
$30.67
$38.31
$34.39
$53.57
$22.67
$37.08
$18.89
$31.36
$27.50
$18.17
$60.50
$31.77
$25.08
$13.58
$13.10

$9.30
$16.80
$19.37
$24.84
$39.76
$28.32
$30.85
$21.52
$45.98
$19.79
$33.13
$15.74
$21.38
$24.13
$12.83
$37.96
$28.26
$17.57
$10.53
$10.92

$9.49
$18.51
$24.23
$32.79
$45.59
$31.14
$39.35
$37.20
$58.70
$21.92
$36.09
$18.18
$30.22
$27.23
$17.05
$45.91
$32.05
$21.51
$12.60
$12.68

$10.90
$28.91
$31.00
$39.00
$55.97
$33.99
$44.12
$43.67
$65.77
$24.82
$42.22
$22.00
$38.30
$31.35
$22.40
$68.18
$35.21
$36.29
$15.93
$14.61

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 119

Annual
Wage
$57,501
$82,666
$37,000
$56,710
$23,164
$50,889
$66,872
$31,730
$45,933
$44,288
$25,714
$24,300
$36,971
$36,904
$37,093
$38,059
$57,694
$37,000
$39,954
$63,070
$49,921
$48,262
$25,535
$41,885
$37,067
$84,389
$133,857
$21,741
$48,250
$50,593
$68,780
$25,039
$70,832
$30,469
$21,412
$48,037
$53,176
$65,025
$100,950
$63,793
$79,684
$71,534
$111,422
$47,152
$77,125
$39,279
$65,239
$57,190
$37,796
$125,829
$66,077
$52,172
$28,244
$27,240

SOC
Code

Balance of State Northwest, WA
Occupational Title

35-2015
33-3012
33-1011
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-4031
33-9091
25-4012
43-4051
43-9021
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29-1021
33-3021
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
17-3019
53-3031
47-2081
27-3041
11-9031
11-9032
11-9033
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023
17 2071
17-2071
49-9051
49-2094
47-2111
17-2072
25-2021
43-4061
11-9161
29-2041
13-1071
11-9041
17-3029
25-1123
17-2081
19-4091
19-2041
53-7032
43-6011
45-4021
29-1062
45-2092
45-2093
43-4071
13-2051
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
33-1021
33-2021
39-9031
27-1023
35-1012

Cooks, Short Order
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Correctional Officers, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Crossing Guards
Curators
Customer Svc Reps
Data Entry Keyers
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists, General
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Drafters, All Other
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical Engineers
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electricians
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Management Directors
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Excavating & Loading Machine & Dragline Operators
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Fallers
Family & General Practitioners
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
File Clerks
Financial Analysts
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fire Inspectors & Investigators
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floral Designers
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
352
72
86
265
379
102
10
18
314
39
229
132
20
27
52
16
259
172
34
23
166
31
43
14
85
37
50
108
56
26
46
15
211
11
560
73
15
163
75
33
26
34
13
28
34
35
151
29
74
87
32
45
11
83
38
372
51
23
96
299

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$10.73
$21.55
$26.91
$23.28
$13.27
$10.70
$19.51
$17.95
$17.80
$15.91
$15.31
$18.47
$43.97

$9.29
$21.51
$23.74
$16.50
$10.19
$9.32
$16.65
$12.49
$16.15
$12.74
$12.07
$15.17
$40.55

$10.08
$21.51
$23.75
$19.89
$12.42
$9.49
$19.38
$14.16
$17.18
$15.89
$15.66
$18.55
$43.75

$11.19
$21.52
$28.98
$28.33
$15.05
$11.24
$22.02
$18.28
$18.22
$18.33
$18.67
$21.85
$47.10

$22,320
$44,826
$55,975
$48,409
$27,606
$22,254
$40,591
$37,338
$37,033
$33,108
$31,829
$38,411
$91,456

$119.79
$42.52
$27.63
$10.42
$10.16
$19.34
$28.04
$15.97
$25.36
$24.23
$20.51

$91.23
$34.60
$24.71
$9.36
$9.41
$15.90
$22.05
$11.84
$16.85
$14.28
$17.00

$91.23
$42.86
$26.97
$9.91
$10.07
$19.44
$27.35
$16.11
$27.95
$22.48
$18.91

$91.23
$44.64
$29.52
$11.00
$10.92
$22.49
$32.86
$19.97
$33.11
$32.33
$24.65

$38.92
$18.26
$27.79
$32.67
$40 05
$40.05
$40.23
$29.42
$25.99
$48.45

$32.22
$12.72
$23.44
$26.40
$32 62
$32.62
$38.16
$26.36
$20.52
$35.33

$36.32
$17.79
$27.32
$30.33
$41 35
$41.35
$40.92
$30.54
$26.75
$50.03

$46.46
$21.52
$32.33
$40.27
$48 52
$48.52
$44.24
$32.12
$31.49
$55.69

$19.81
$21.01
$19.92
$26.75
$47.21
$33.42

$16.75
$13.25
$11.59
$22.84
$40.99
$28.90

$21.38
$14.54
$17.58
$26.92
$46.91
$33.84

$22.48
$31.51
$27.50
$29.75
$53.48
$37.81

$42.51
$22.42
$33.22
$30.87
$21.53
$35.64
$77.99
$13.98
$13.94
$15.15
$31.85
$42.43
$29.44
$26.71
$37.37
$38.65
$19.41
$15.30
$17.20

$38.59
$18.74
$25.38
$20.10
$17.88
$32.23
$35.66
$10.65
$11.07
$10.89
$25.28
$33.73
$22.10
$19.01
$30.41
$26.54
$15.98
$12.10
$13.77

$42.56
$21.53
$28.79
$26.44
$21.49
$38.56
$75.27
$12.58
$13.22
$13.82
$28.25
$39.41
$27.06
$25.35
$37.31
$35.36
$17.98
$16.42
$17.03

$44.75
$26.73
$40.45
$45.04
$25.38
$42.37
$91.62
$17.27
$17.61
$19.01
$41.09
$50.68
$33.72
$34.45
$44.72
$52.14
$22.59
$17.99
$20.66

$249,179
$88,446
$57,482
$21,678
$21,135
$40,226
$58,322
$33,225
$52,745
$50,395
$42,657
$93,184
$80,936
$37,982
$57,808
$67,963
$83 306
$83,306
$83,676
$61,198
$54,078
$100,781
$59,447
$41,194
$43,707
$41,424
$55,649
$98,207
$69,512
$43,096
$88,419
$46,642
$69,098
$64,215
$44,784
$74,152
$162,211
$29,076
$28,992
$31,514
$66,255
$88,262
$61,230
$55,564
$77,712
$80,401
$40,380
$31,817
$35,764

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 120

SOC
Code

Balance of State Northwest, WA
Occupational Title

35-2021
35-3041
11-9051
19-4092
19-4093
13-1131
51-9051
11-1021
27-1024
29-1199
21-1091
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
51-9061
49-9098
49 9099
49-9099
25-9031
41-3021
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011
23-1023
25-2012
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
33-9092
43-4131
13-2072
11-9081
45-4022
45-4029
13-1081
51-4041
37-2012
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111

Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Forensic Science Technicians
Forest & Conservation Technicians
Fundraisers
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, & Kettle Ops/Tenders
General & Operations Mgrs
Graphic Designers
Health Diagnosing & Treating Practitioners, A/O
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation Maintenance
Installation,
Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs
Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insurance Sales Agents
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Lodging Mgrs
Logging Equipment Operators
Logging Wkrs, All Other
Logisticians
Machinists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
674
176
21
18
35
46
13
407
39
20
19
22
13
83
60
17
90

387
60
28
11
38
26
124
102
32
105
13
29
129
42
872
44
62
279
441
33
86
29
53
62
75
122

73
219
39
49
644
602
19
54

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$11.56
$9.89
$29.67
$17.89
$19.34
$22.71
$20.48
$41.02
$24.39
$28.66
$28.21
$20.76
$26.92
$16.58
$21.98
$22.72
$21.30
$12.05
$10.51
$10.45
$19.64
$17.66
$44.75
$35.24
$31.84
$40.89
$17.61
$18.06
$21.72
$14.09
$19 30
$19.30
$28.24
$22.15
$16.03

$9.72
$9.26
$24.69
$16.26
$13.63
$19.78
$15.96
$30.62
$15.64
$18.95
$23.14
$15.43
$18.87
$13.42
$16.91
$14.53
$19.59
$9.94
$9.90
$9.45
$16.21
$16.28
$35.27
$22.71
$27.99
$33.21
$13.03
$15.26
$16.12
$11.77
$9 52
$9.52
$24.48
$16.03
$13.42

$11.02
$9.36
$30.24
$17.41
$19.30
$22.75
$17.71
$38.10
$20.30
$28.72
$28.46
$20.01
$30.00
$16.74
$21.16
$18.99
$20.59
$10.93
$10.53
$10.13
$20.44
$17.36
$42.80
$35.01
$32.53
$41.96
$17.06
$16.77
$22.15
$13.71
$19 14
$19.14
$28.64
$20.20
$14.65

$13.02
$10.08
$36.32
$18.57
$23.08
$26.39
$25.71
$47.14
$26.89
$39.06
$34.30
$24.97
$33.45
$19.34
$27.24
$32.68
$23.96
$12.12
$11.16
$11.17
$22.78
$20.35
$52.05
$45.58
$35.99
$47.03
$21.80
$22.05
$27.37
$16.06
$26 36
$26.36
$33.38
$26.61
$19.44

$24,043
$20,559
$61,712
$37,213
$40,221
$47,235
$42,600
$85,307
$50,726
$59,607
$58,668
$43,190
$56,001
$34,482
$45,707
$47,246
$44,303
$25,079
$21,859
$21,736
$40,855
$36,724
$93,077
$73,308
$66,241
$85,044
$36,637
$37,569
$45,191
$29,310
$40 142
$40,142
$58,734
$46,060
$33,324

$14.19
$63.32

$11.14
$38.42

$14.11
$69.82

$16.96
$81.39

$15.56
$21.91
$14.94
$11.09
$38.99
$16.00
$25.58

$12.42
$16.91
$11.22
$9.35
$29.97
$14.46
$20.21

$14.68
$23.64
$14.00
$10.31
$37.30
$15.93
$22.67

$19.02
$26.63
$17.90
$11.55
$49.62
$17.54
$26.88

$29,523
$131,717
$53,982
$32,363
$45,577
$31,080
$23,074
$81,091
$33,276
$53,215

$26.04
$12.65
$16.72
$21.76
$11.02
$15.61
$29.68
$20.74
$21.66
$22.49
$35.54
$21.66
$11.05
$20.44
$19.64
$36.85

$20.20
$9.95
$14.58
$18.46
$9.41
$13.31
$21.99
$16.36
$20.02
$19.76
$27.05
$16.15
$9.38
$15.40
$16.32
$25.13

$26.34
$11.94
$16.68
$21.85
$10.42
$15.69
$27.48
$17.98
$21.53
$21.26
$31.98
$23.45
$9.83
$20.89
$18.04
$33.45

$32.34
$15.02
$18.62
$25.43
$11.73
$17.92
$36.97
$25.83
$23.04
$22.75
$42.79
$27.53
$11.37
$25.58
$23.84
$47.20

$54,158
$26,309
$34,760
$45,265
$22,929
$32,474
$61,747
$43,134
$45,056
$46,781
$73,925
$45,050
$22,991
$42,517
$40,856
$76,645

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 121

SOC
Code

Balance of State Northwest, WA
Occupational Title

13-1161
21-1013
31-9011
51-3022
17-2141
49-1011
29-2012
11-9111
21-1022
31-9092
31-9093
29-2071
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1014
11-9199
25-2022
49-9044
51-9023
49-3042
49-3051
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
29 9012
29-9012
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
47-2073
29-2081
43-4151
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
51-9122
51-9123
23-2011
41-2022
43-3051
39-9021
13-2052
39-1021
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
29-1069
19-2099
31-2022
31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
47-2151
47-2152
33-1012

Market Research Analysts
Marriage & Family Therapists
Massage Therapists
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health Counselors
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Millwrights
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Motorboat Mechanics
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Health & Safety Technicians
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Opticians, Dispensing
Order Clerks
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Painting, Coating, & Decorating Wkrs
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Scientists, All Other
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Pipelayers
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
68
34
59
33
188
101
136
62
217
119
227
30
22
81
110
162
26
40
85
39
19
50
31
133
50
497
33
35
503
67
860
179
19
70

234
62
50
46
140
53
595
113
129
24
159
66

44
57
38
36
136
66

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$28.80
$19.70
$28.19
$14.38
$39.65
$30.43
$21.67
$36.23
$23.28
$14.88
$17.55
$17.35
$17.20
$18.19
$18.31
$20.11
$39.39

$18.93
$19.12
$24.30
$10.29
$33.12
$23.71
$16.51
$28.90
$19.36
$12.78
$15.90
$13.93
$14.23
$15.40
$12.74
$17.29
$29.33

$22.00
$20.54
$28.59
$11.61
$40.16
$28.93
$19.50
$37.11
$24.15
$14.34
$17.33
$15.91
$17.03
$18.49
$16.87
$20.64
$36.19

$37.35
$21.96
$32.94
$15.27
$46.15
$36.14
$26.63
$43.40
$28.04
$16.84
$18.88
$18.95
$20.14
$21.02
$21.15
$22.98
$49.69

$25.23
$18.58
$24.20
$17.15

$23.62
$16.67
$16.93
$15.59

$25.68
$18.87
$25.62
$17.25

$27.66
$20.95
$30.80
$19.08

$59,914
$40,963
$58,636
$29,910
$82,481
$63,301
$45,069
$75,349
$48,434
$30,955
$36,513
$36,097
$35,773
$37,836
$38,067
$41,832
$81,943
$59,967
$52,480
$38,654
$50,331
$35,682

$32.41
$16.47
$12.61
$24.72
$36.08
$12.67
$31.60
$22 48
$22.48
$29.96
$22.90
$15.69
$14.84
$26.07
$14.26
$18.27
$14.40
$18.06
$11.03
$20.59
$18.16
$17.52
$22.21
$13.76
$19.63
$10.67
$32.16
$16.57
$55.73
$12.49
$17.83
$112.62
$44.66
$11.76
$23.94
$43.48
$53.05
$23.02
$24.81
$38.23

$26.76
$15.58
$9.59
$17.88
$22.06
$10.76
$25.50
$19 06
$19.06
$24.14
$18.73
$12.37
$11.30
$22.50
$11.79
$14.46
$13.09
$14.26
$9.34
$16.06
$15.42
$13.83
$19.62
$10.63
$16.65
$9.94
$23.38
$12.84
$50.99
$11.00
$15.81
$91.24
$40.97
$10.52
$20.86
$36.64
$43.61
$14.75
$20.29
$34.06

$31.90
$16.72
$11.26
$22.15
$27.25
$12.24
$31.19
$22 14
$22.14
$29.90
$22.69
$14.63
$14.20
$26.50
$13.15
$18.54
$14.19
$17.09
$9.47
$20.63
$17.48
$16.46
$22.25
$12.98
$18.27
$10.62
$32.90
$15.18
$56.04
$12.27
$18.09
$91.58
$45.09
$11.61
$24.94
$41.62
$54.10
$23.75
$22.90
$38.10

$35.71
$17.86
$13.91
$28.40
$45.71
$14.15
$36.83
$25 28
$25.28
$38.08
$27.13
$19.35
$17.16
$30.53
$14.43
$21.90
$15.34
$21.38
$9.67
$25.43
$20.52
$19.38
$25.66
$14.79
$22.16
$11.28
$36.08
$19.93
$62.94
$13.86
$20.73
$91.94
$51.16
$13.16
$27.56
$48.47
$64.26
$30.56
$29.89
$42.60

$67,410
$34,252
$26,224
$51,432
$75,047
$26,361
$65,720
$46 772
$46,772
$62,331
$47,640
$32,629
$30,860
$54,236
$29,662
$37,992
$29,935
$37,554
$22,931
$42,837
$37,766
$36,442
$46,204
$28,608
$40,846
$22,185
$66,889
$34,464
$115,916
$25,983
$37,086
$234,250
$92,900
$24,465
$49,777
$90,420
$110,344
$47,875
$51,616
$79,515

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 122

SOC
Code

Balance of State Northwest, WA
Occupational Title

33-3051
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
25-2011
51-5112
21-1092
43-3061
27-2012
51-1011
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
11-2031
27-3031
13-1023
29-2034
41-9021
41-9022
43-4171
39-9032
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
27-3022
39-9041
41-1011
41 2031
41-2031
47-2181
53-5011
41-9099
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
49-2098
33-9032
25-3021
51-9012
47-4071
51-6031
47-2211
43-5071
11-9151
21-1093
19-3099
21-1029
25-2052
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
51-8021
43-5081
21-1011

Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Producers & Directors
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Real Estate Brokers
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reporters & Correspondents
Residential Advisors
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Roofers
Sailors & Marine Oilers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Septic Tank Svcrs & Sewer Pipe Cleaners
Sewing Machine Operators
Sheet Metal Wkrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Scientists & Related Wkrs, All Other
Social Wkrs, All Other
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stationary Engineers & Boiler Operators
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
265
75
155
13
29
122
22
67
42
15
197
66
57
63
12
90
36
58
68
106
10
19
464
245
47
893
58
18
11
454
1 621
1,621

50
17
52
329
122
496
717
77
133
164
30
18
133
72
122
22
52
21
13
52
53
28
569
65

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$29.87
$24.28
$24.56
$13.05
$30.94
$13.76
$18.80
$25.15
$20.04
$20.99
$26.61
$14.28
$20.40
$26.92
$28.59

$26.54
$24.20
$19.73
$9.59
$27.59
$11.28
$15.98
$23.90
$17.46
$18.04
$21.19
$12.17
$14.50
$20.48
$20.68

$31.10
$25.87
$26.05
$11.89
$30.62
$13.49
$17.85
$25.11
$20.53
$20.48
$25.94
$14.10
$18.26
$23.65
$30.27

$34.05
$25.88
$27.54
$17.03
$37.34
$16.16
$22.20
$26.07
$22.29
$22.63
$32.23
$16.58
$26.09
$34.70
$35.38

$62,133
$50,502
$51,093
$27,128
$64,363
$28,600
$39,087
$52,305
$41,690
$43,666
$55,334
$29,701
$42,424
$56,000
$59,460

$29.93
$23.73
$25.10
$28.67
$36.66
$18.10
$13.65
$18.57
$21.40
$34.55
$19.93
$12.72
$16.64
$19.44
$13 76
$13.76
$15.41
$19.60
$13.31
$38.79
$24.20
$25.56
$30.98
$18.18

$21.71
$19.64
$19.39
$24.97
$30.97
$13.29
$10.37
$11.45
$17.17
$27.37
$14.58
$10.01
$10.83
$12.77
$10 23
$10.23
$13.87
$13.29
$9.44
$29.32
$16.84
$19.77
$26.65
$16.03

$26.87
$22.59
$24.35
$28.63
$37.17
$15.74
$12.76
$16.64
$21.20
$33.63
$18.90
$11.89
$13.31
$17.37
$12 06
$12.06
$15.45
$21.29
$11.97
$39.93
$22.47
$23.90
$29.38
$17.33

$36.65
$28.58
$30.62
$33.17
$48.93
$24.93
$16.41
$25.36
$25.92
$41.27
$24.79
$14.73
$22.82
$22.57
$14 97
$14.97
$17.09
$24.57
$16.55
$44.38
$28.45
$30.12
$34.63
$18.63

$17.20
$19.34
$22.32
$15.62
$16.87
$19.45
$19.21
$13.36
$24.58
$18.61
$32.15
$14.29
$35.56
$32.64

$15.03
$13.62
$19.78
$12.48
$12.33
$17.79
$17.17
$10.51
$14.14
$13.09
$26.35
$10.95
$28.78
$30.31

$16.98
$16.67
$23.14
$14.64
$14.58
$19.72
$19.66
$11.59
$24.83
$18.11
$30.92
$13.34
$36.98
$32.56

$19.06
$25.82
$27.38
$19.10
$20.08
$21.59
$21.54
$16.23
$30.98
$23.67
$35.84
$16.46
$41.56
$36.04

$36.68
$27.70
$13.35
$21.95

$31.93
$24.46
$10.09
$16.07

$37.70
$29.37
$11.37
$18.78

$42.74
$32.91
$15.48
$25.18

$62,262
$49,356
$52,207
$59,621
$76,245
$37,645
$28,395
$38,623
$44,494
$71,849
$41,442
$26,454
$34,603
$40,438
$28 615
$28,615
$32,054
$40,759
$27,684
$80,695
$50,330
$53,156
$64,439
$37,802
$55,010
$35,776
$40,227
$46,439
$32,479
$35,092
$40,468
$39,961
$27,802
$51,123
$38,721
$66,864
$29,723
$73,966
$67,888
$60,064
$61,060
$58,621
$54,520
$76,312
$57,623
$27,775
$45,644

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 123

SOC
Code

Balance of State Northwest, WA
Occupational Title

25-3098
29-1067
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
47-2082
13-2081
13-2082
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
49-2022
49-9052
41-9041
43-3071
51-6099
23-2093
39-7011
13-1151
11-3071
53-1031
41-3041
53-3032
53-3033
51-6093
19-3051
39-3031
29 1131
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
13-1022
51-7042
27-3043
19-1023

Substitute teachers
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tapers
Tax Examiners, Collectors, & Revenue Agents
Tax Preparers
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telecommunications Line Installers & Repairers
Telemarketers
Tellers
Textile, Apparel, & Furnishings Wkrs, All Other
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tour Guides and Escorts
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Travel Agents
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Upholsterers
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Writers & Authors
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
345
41
44
26
53
19
16
17
53
81
678
70
113
16
66
275

13
79
507
253
36
71
41
49
77
37
116
78
944
113
12
77
20
112
44

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$16.45
$120.84
$23.69
$24.38
$31.03
$13.22
$13.55
$19.49
$22.61

$14.21
$91.23
$20.99
$19.79
$26.03
$10.59
$10.87
$14.11
$20.36

$16.29
$91.23
$24.50
$24.67
$29.29
$11.59
$13.55
$19.42
$20.98

$18.35
$91.23
$27.07
$28.26
$37.10
$14.39
$16.31
$24.59
$25.41

$34,219
$251,352
$49,275
$50,698
$64,538
$27,484
$28,187
$40,555
$47,022

$13.29

$10.56

$13.01

$14.37

$16.24
$26.74
$20.56
$11.95
$12.77
$16.34
$26.81
$18.12
$28.97
$41.31
$28.04
$21.11
$20.50
$17.79
$20.63
$28.54
$9.48
$36 65
$36.65
$14.19

$10.99
$22.23
$14.26
$9.28
$11.20
$14.41
$21.45
$13.62
$21.23
$30.37
$22.54
$18.19
$16.21
$12.14
$14.71
$22.76
$9.24
$31 14
$31.14
$11.39

$13.92
$27.95
$19.95
$11.06
$12.73
$16.44
$24.12
$19.73
$29.60
$43.06
$27.39
$20.75
$18.49
$15.91
$20.15
$27.58
$9.33
$35 89
$35.89
$14.46

$17.95
$32.56
$26.46
$13.39
$14.15
$18.01
$33.49
$21.54
$36.42
$52.30
$33.42
$23.77
$24.62
$18.76
$24.54
$34.38
$9.41
$42 71
$42.71
$16.92

$27,647
$30,932
$62,358
$33,776
$55,624
$42,762
$24,867
$26,559
$34,003
$55,761
$37,688
$60,277
$85,933
$58,318
$43,910
$42,650
$37,009
$42,908
$59,382
$19,721
$76 237
$76,237
$29,518

$22.10

$19.43

$22.90

$26.94

$16.05
$23.98
$30.33
$16.95
$20.26
$23.24
$15.22
$27.48
$32.51

$10.74
$19.81
$23.83
$13.19
$14.24
$18.63
$12.89
$20.25
$27.37

$13.49
$22.95
$28.65
$18.00
$20.04
$23.32
$14.44
$31.37
$31.14

$16.87
$27.46
$40.66
$20.66
$26.07
$27.52
$17.30
$34.79
$35.01

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 124

$45,956
$56,958
$33,382
$49,888
$63,083
$35,255
$42,160
$48,336
$31,657
$57,161
$67,607

Balance of State Southwest, WA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason,
Pacific, and Wahkiakum Counties
SOC
Code

Balance of State Southwest, WA
Occupational Title

13-2011
11-3011
25-3011
41-3011
49-3011
39-3091
13-2021
17-3011
51-2099
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
19-4021
43-3031
49-3031
53-3022
53-3021
13-1199
51-3021
5
30
53-5021
47-2031
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
51-9191
35-1011
19-4031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
17-3022
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
19-3031
27-2022
49-9091
35-3021
21-1099
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1152
15-1199
15-1131
15-1132
15-1151
15-1121
51-4011
19-1031

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising Sales Agents
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers
utc e s & Meat
eat Cutte
Cutterss
Captains, Mates, & Pilots of Water Vessels
Carpenters
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Cementing & Gluing Machine Operators & Tenders
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Technicians
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coin, Vending, & Amusement Machine Svcrs & Repairers
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Ops, Mtl/Plastic
Conservation Scientists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
323
78
105
49
23
167
52
77
66
336
93
415
109
209
70
1,073
255
340
107
166
72
29
512
13
2,006
20
27
13
63
301
151
86
94

49
206
2,320
19
23
70
29
90
12
18
13
125
29
44

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$27.31
$38.61
$20.72

$20.30
$34.11
$16.68

$25.84
$39.90
$21.00

$32.21
$44.21
$23.65

$56,809
$80,317
$43,098

$22.66
$10.57
$21.15
$25.93
$14.39
$23.07
$19.67
$11.93
$10.71
$20.96
$17.06
$17.57
$16.89
$21.77
$16.58
$20.06
$26.60
$18.52
$
85
$35.85
$21.00
$29.06
$12.23
$25.01
$18.65
$21.96
$22.74
$89.23
$11.02
$24.46
$26.20
$33.39
$30.60
$11.66
$31.26

$21.29
$9.30
$13.98
$24.64
$12.73
$16.77
$14.60
$9.78
$9.27
$16.62
$14.32
$14.59
$13.57
$18.84
$15.59
$18.61
$20.80
$17.38
$
38
$26.19
$14.14
$24.90
$9.54
$18.94
$12.88
$18.91
$17.20
$57.21
$9.43
$23.03
$23.62
$30.21
$24.79
$9.68
$28.39

$25.06
$9.46
$20.77
$26.24
$13.87
$20.86
$18.46
$11.15
$9.40
$22.34
$16.56
$17.57
$16.52
$22.16
$16.82
$20.47
$26.58
$20.27
$
0
$30.97
$18.61
$28.60
$10.85
$25.84
$14.63
$21.06
$19.59
$81.93
$10.28
$26.06
$26.06
$31.21
$30.67
$11.45
$30.75

$27.46
$11.15
$27.52
$27.85
$15.01
$27.31
$25.04
$13.62
$11.79
$25.91
$18.98
$20.83
$20.10
$25.13
$18.05
$22.08
$32.75
$21.90
$
90
$43.45
$24.97
$33.48
$13.29
$31.14
$22.47
$23.30
$29.56
$91.50
$12.10
$26.07
$28.22
$36.82
$33.46
$13.38
$34.91

$13.88
$10.13
$15.86
$25.21
$27.15
$46.97
$26.62
$19.90
$40.16
$40.75
$21.55
$39.49
$22.96
$25.39

$9.43
$9.27
$11.63
$21.80
$20.31
$39.73
$19.33
$10.39
$30.50
$38.52
$16.63
$32.07
$16.92
$21.37

$12.82
$9.39
$13.70
$25.44
$25.41
$43.09
$26.55
$11.30
$35.65
$41.61
$20.68
$37.80
$25.35
$23.08

$16.96
$10.06
$20.03
$28.45
$29.06
$47.07
$30.96
$27.46
$51.51
$44.69
$25.90
$46.15
$28.03
$28.51

$47,139
$21,973
$43,984
$53,930
$29,931
$47,988
$40,905
$24,816
$22,265
$43,593
$35,490
$36,528
$35,117
$45,275
$34,490
$41,731
$55,322
$38,517
$38,5
$74,569
$43,680
$60,443
$25,435
$52,039
$38,805
$45,682
$47,294
$185,603
$22,927
$50,867
$54,508
$69,458
$63,657
$24,253
$65,015
$40,553
$28,867
$21,067
$32,997
$52,430
$56,455
$97,701
$55,361
$41,389
$83,531
$84,748
$44,820
$82,141
$47,754
$52,824

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 125

SOC
Code

Balance of State Southwest, WA
Occupational Title

47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
49-9012
53-7011
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
33-3012
33-1011
13-1051
21-1019
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
43-4031
13-2041
51-9021
43-4051
51-4031
43-9021
31-9091
29-2021
29-1021
33-3021
29-2032
29-1031
35-9011
35 9021
35-9021
43-5032
53-3031
47-2081
11-9032
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023
51-2022
17-2071
49-2094
47-2111
25-2021
43-4061
29-2041
13-1071
11-9041
19-4091
19-2041
53-7032
43-6011
51-9041
29-1062
49-3041
45-1011
45-2093
43-4071
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
33-3031
39-9031

Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Conveyor Operators & Tenders
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Correctional Officers, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Cost Estimators
Counselors, All Other
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Credit Analysts
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Data Entry Keyers
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dentists, General
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers
Electrical Engineers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electricians
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Excavating & Loading Machine & Dragline Operators
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Extrude/Form/Press/Compact Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Family & General Practitioners
Farm Equipment Mechanics
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
File Clerks
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fish & Game Wardens
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
35
402
46
257
27

391
516
57
861
147
70
18
263
128
15
189
19
488
34
146
129
30
29
31
231
305
63
30
165
16
125
33
10
32
68
166
899
78
78
89
20
21
57
169
24
33
10
90
79
33
129
17
163
17
79

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$27.25
$18.34
$45.28
$34.11
$24.89
$18.14
$13.25
$14.37
$11.71
$11.36
$20.95
$25.71
$34.33
$20.30
$12.11
$10.22
$12.27
$19.96
$36.19
$17.47
$15.09
$15.03
$16.27
$19.75
$48.50

$24.71
$14.46
$30.51
$28.93
$15.38
$15.85
$11.71
$12.24
$10.05
$9.96
$21.42
$23.74
$29.15
$17.30
$9.45
$9.27
$10.10
$17.18
$31.21
$14.30
$12.65
$12.91
$12.92
$16.57
$44.50

$26.85
$16.75
$40.64
$32.91
$18.02
$18.34
$13.34
$13.97
$11.27
$10.91
$21.51
$23.75
$34.56
$19.53
$10.93
$9.43
$10.82
$20.02
$33.68
$16.92
$14.55
$14.30
$17.80
$19.41
$49.74

$29.00
$19.24
$51.08
$37.53
$38.97
$21.01
$15.46
$16.76
$13.16
$12.07
$21.52
$27.44
$40.97
$22.74
$13.66
$10.69
$11.54
$22.44
$36.15
$20.05
$17.43
$16.45
$20.09
$22.86
$54.33

$56,677
$38,154
$94,185
$70,957
$51,768
$37,729
$27,565
$29,888
$24,350
$23,614
$43,582
$53,462
$71,404
$42,234
$25,181
$21,271
$25,508
$41,521
$75,266
$36,341
$31,391
$31,253
$33,830
$41,063
$100,885

$32.72
$39.87
$26.62
$10.47
$9 87
$9.87
$20.95
$11.59
$25.07

$30.44
$37.28
$21.23
$9.29
$9 28
$9.28
$13.98
$9.28
$19.70

$32.94
$40.90
$29.25
$9.43
$9 43
$9.43
$20.67
$9.37
$21.67

$35.44
$44.19
$33.19
$10.68
$10 13
$10.13
$23.25
$10.13
$25.14

$24.04
$26.13
$31.00
$19.12
$38.20
$29.49
$26.73

$20.61
$21.91
$23.84
$17.06
$30.61
$25.48
$22.72

$24.76
$25.40
$29.54
$19.35
$35.55
$28.81
$26.54

$27.66
$30.26
$36.43
$21.47
$46.40
$32.90
$30.05

$22.33

$21.38

$22.47

$22.66

$68,063
$82,927
$55,358
$21,769
$20 516
$20,516
$43,587
$24,099
$52,132
$94,634
$50,017
$54,356
$64,475
$39,771
$79,469
$61,342
$55,598
$59,425
$46,454

$25.42
$56.33
$26.65
$27.23
$26.91
$23.50
$13.91
$96.35
$19.90
$27.05
$16.02
$13.14
$44.34
$22.24
$25.14
$27.38
$18.83

$20.63
$40.67
$24.98
$22.76
$18.19
$19.69
$11.06
$78.87
$15.91
$23.50
$12.63
$11.35
$29.56
$17.11
$15.91
$22.89
$15.98

$24.41
$50.49
$26.88
$26.67
$22.28
$22.48
$13.11
$88.45
$20.27
$26.91
$17.76
$13.20
$40.80
$20.42
$25.54
$27.86
$17.46

$29.23
$60.82
$28.79
$31.07
$34.36
$26.72
$16.63
$91.68
$23.25
$31.69
$17.77
$14.46
$55.68
$25.01
$29.28
$31.56
$21.19

$52,862
$117,170
$55,436
$56,634
$55,971
$48,882
$28,930
$200,409
$41,392
$56,266
$33,317
$27,317
$92,220
$46,251
$52,293
$56,936
$39,178

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 126

SOC
Code

Balance of State Southwest, WA
Occupational Title

27-1023
51-3092
35-1012
35-2021
11-9051
19-4093
45-4011
19-1032
51-9051
11-1021
27-1024
39-5012
29-1199
21-1091
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
51 9061
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
43-9041
41-3021
37-2011
23-1023
25-2012
13-1075
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
23-1011
43-6012
23-2099
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
43-4131
13-2072
45-4023
45-4022
53-7063
51-4041
37-2012
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111

Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Svc Mgrs
Forest & Conservation Technicians
Forest & Conservation Wkrs
Foresters
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, & Kettle Ops/Tenders
General & Operations Mgrs
Graphic Designers
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Health Diagnosing & Treating Practitioners, A/O
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Inspectors Testers
Inspectors,
Testers, Sorters,
Sorters Samplers,
Samplers & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks
Insurance Sales Agents
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Labor Relations Specialists
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Lawyers
Legal Secretaries
Legal Support Wkrs, All Other
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Log Graders & Scalers
Logging Equipment Operators
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

306
355
58
49
64
79
432
42
157
15
86
18
30
92
48
202
134
205
79
58
39
224
96
510
51
129
83
42
63
44
70
1,114
64
105
26
1,025
24
369
84
196
100
13
45

219
59
66
419
269
46
719
904
59
29

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$11.37
$16.17
$19.29
$11.00
$28.57
$20.02
$15.43
$29.52
$19.54
$50.73
$20.78
$13.59
$36.23
$22.44
$21.40
$18.57
$16.77
$19.71
$25.08
$21.54
$12.08
$9.94
$10.74
$16.82
$19.81
$47.82
$25.01
$40.03
$16.09
$14.63
$18 75
$18.75
$16.73
$19.04
$22.96
$14.33

$9.67
$13.83
$14.44
$9.34
$23.65
$14.69
$10.58
$24.17
$15.98
$35.59
$15.93
$9.42
$27.73
$17.78
$17.17
$12.87
$13.79
$11.65
$19.62
$19.59
$9.64
$9.30
$9.52
$13.47
$17.85
$40.41
$21.33
$29.43
$10.99
$13.15
$14 65
$14.65
$10.86
$13.26
$16.23
$12.89

$10.58
$15.81
$17.63
$10.10
$27.46
$18.35
$16.16
$28.74
$18.64
$43.75
$17.87
$11.32
$33.93
$22.96
$19.87
$14.74
$16.25
$19.26
$24.45
$21.03
$12.44
$9.46
$10.37
$16.41
$20.36
$47.55
$24.39
$35.72
$15.63
$14.51
$18 06
$18.06
$14.51
$19.60
$20.87
$13.85

$11.69
$18.11
$22.94
$11.53
$33.84
$24.91
$19.01
$33.52
$22.99
$55.29
$21.85
$14.27
$47.94
$26.81
$23.41
$23.88
$19.89
$24.69
$29.28
$24.13
$13.69
$10.16
$11.31
$19.60
$22.38
$55.98
$28.00
$46.50
$19.14
$16.02
$21 98
$21.98
$23.78
$22.84
$28.73
$14.80

$23,654
$33,634
$40,116
$22,887
$59,426
$41,642
$32,109
$61,402
$40,645
$105,514
$43,225
$28,280
$75,347
$46,687
$44,498
$38,617
$34,889
$40,995
$52,171
$44,812
$25,135
$20,668
$22,343
$34,990
$41,193
$99,460
$52,014
$83,259
$33,448
$30,422
$39 003
$39,003
$34,800
$39,599
$47,746
$29,809

$13.23
$45.64

$10.06
$31.90

$12.84
$36.68

$15.86
$64.02

$25.35
$15.95
$24.82
$13.99
$11.11
$34.16
$21.34
$22.54

$17.89
$10.62
$21.68
$10.10
$9.33
$25.95
$19.85
$15.05

$23.34
$14.05
$25.24
$13.91
$10.05
$34.39
$21.98
$21.67

$29.31
$18.72
$28.09
$16.79
$12.77
$41.05
$23.98
$29.69

$25.20
$13.23
$19.75
$22.52
$16.56
$29.50
$20.18
$21.20
$14.42
$20.80
$10.20
$19.25
$22.88

$20.97
$12.47
$19.09
$19.85
$14.22
$25.72
$14.63
$19.54
$10.78
$16.66
$9.27
$15.26
$17.27

$23.00
$13.40
$20.68
$22.20
$16.57
$28.07
$20.43
$21.02
$13.31
$20.49
$9.41
$18.60
$24.02

$30.61
$14.33
$22.25
$26.11
$18.45
$31.37
$24.48
$22.49
$17.89
$25.74
$10.53
$23.28
$27.78

$27,520
$94,942
$56,947
$52,731
$33,182
$51,617
$29,099
$23,112
$71,046
$44,386
$46,896
$56,427
$52,418
$27,512
$41,065
$46,845
$34,458
$61,352
$41,971
$44,091
$29,981
$43,274
$21,220
$40,050
$47,592

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 127

SOC
Code

Balance of State Southwest, WA
Occupational Title

13-1161
31-9011
51-3022
17-3013
17-2141
49-1011
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
31-9092
31-9093
49-9062
29-2071
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1023
21-1014
27-1026
43-5041
11-9199
25-2022
49-9044
51-9023
49-3042
49-3051
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39 2021
39-2021
41-1012
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
47-2073
29-2081
29-1041
43-4151
31-1015
49-3053
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
51-9122
23-2011
41-2022
43-3051
39-9021
13-2052
39-1021
37-3012
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
31-9097
29-1069
31-2022

Market Research Analysts
Massage Therapists
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Equipment Repairers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Wkrs
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Millwrights
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Motorboat Mechanics
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops
Opticians, Dispensing
Optometrists
Order Clerks
Orderlies
Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Painters, Transportation Equipment
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Financial Advisors
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, & Applicators, Vegetation
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Phlebotomists
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
44
56
717
26
272
23
57
102
44
176
18
14
124
305
63
72
83
17
50
211
45
23
112
27
33
81
52
56
65
54
899
41
51
599
113
1,072
209
40
13
86
16
39
416
76
46
58
323
110
134
53
79
18
134
58
175
50
40
22

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$23.72
$27.61
$11.78
$19.64
$37.10
$29.71
$24.75
$31.98
$45.60
$28.38
$16.21
$17.79
$20.96
$18.60
$17.76
$19.10
$21.49
$20.08
$22.38
$14.25
$23.10
$30.77

$19.59
$21.37
$9.34
$14.84
$27.91
$24.43
$21.03
$28.42
$35.33
$25.12
$14.43
$15.13
$19.28
$14.47
$14.54
$16.00
$19.03
$11.52
$19.11
$11.27
$20.61
$22.82

$21.58
$30.62
$12.42
$18.02
$36.63
$29.03
$23.44
$32.62
$42.09
$28.99
$16.33
$18.16
$20.91
$18.35
$17.17
$18.97
$21.47
$20.14
$22.25
$13.50
$23.47
$32.40

$23.69
$34.35
$13.85
$23.12
$45.60
$35.16
$27.62
$36.04
$52.50
$33.55
$17.96
$20.74
$22.56
$22.10
$20.50
$21.94
$24.62
$27.15
$26.31
$15.97
$26.33
$36.28

$23.06
$16.55
$21.53
$17.84
$41.81
$31.03
$15.31
$12 46
$12.46
$28.91
$41.01
$13.66
$31.44
$37.93
$23.25
$15.21
$14.40
$25.70
$18.18
$70.80
$15.67
$16.92
$18.47
$12.72
$11.18
$19.36
$20.18
$22.00
$16.79
$20.66

$18.62
$15.75
$18.82
$15.33
$36.34
$27.46
$13.29
$9 44
$9.44
$24.25
$38.70
$10.71
$25.44
$30.46
$19.14
$12.77
$11.59
$20.69
$11.88
$42.92
$12.83
$15.22
$16.10
$9.94
$9.37
$15.93
$15.76
$18.76
$12.18
$16.30

$21.26
$17.13
$21.04
$18.71
$40.98
$32.20
$14.51
$10 50
$10.50
$27.80
$42.23
$13.21
$29.45
$36.78
$22.09
$14.29
$13.91
$23.39
$17.52
$56.74
$15.70
$16.86
$17.63
$11.41
$9.62
$18.03
$19.82
$22.85
$16.07
$20.87

$23.83
$18.52
$23.12
$21.38
$45.24
$35.34
$16.87
$11 77
$11.77
$33.71
$45.75
$16.47
$37.85
$47.25
$27.02
$17.07
$16.21
$30.68
$24.34
$91.23
$18.56
$18.49
$19.58
$15.41
$11.63
$23.42
$24.06
$25.73
$21.14
$25.14

$49,336
$57,419
$24,519
$40,870
$77,170
$61,809
$51,491
$66,518
$94,862
$59,035
$33,724
$37,008
$43,595
$38,688
$36,934
$39,723
$44,704
$41,772
$46,563
$29,639
$48,060
$64,000
$60,589
$47,981
$34,420
$44,795
$37,108
$86,955
$64,528
$31,846
$25 904
$25,904
$60,137
$85,306
$28,411
$65,403
$78,903
$48,363
$31,620
$29,968
$53,452
$37,833
$147,263
$32,607
$35,197
$38,427
$26,454
$23,264
$40,278
$41,986
$45,758
$34,929
$42,961

$18.43
$17.78
$56.19
$13.11
$18.22
$15.41
$101.49
$13.01

$13.30
$14.27
$50.45
$10.23
$16.13
$13.31
$71.69
$11.80

$17.76
$17.92
$57.72
$12.66
$17.64
$14.99
$91.34
$13.12

$22.74
$21.36
$65.59
$16.07
$19.94
$17.50
$91.82
$14.43

$38,332
$36,997
$116,869
$27,264
$37,879
$32,056
$211,091
$27,047

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 128

SOC
Code

Balance of State Southwest, WA
Occupational Title

31-2021
29-1123
29-1071
47-2151
51-8099
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5031
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
25-1199
51-8012
51-5111
25-2011
51-5112
21-1092
43-3061
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-1099
33-9099
11-2031
27-3031
13-1023
27 3011
27-3011
29-2034
41-9021
41-9022
43-4171
39-9032
29-1125
29-1141
21-1015
27-3022
29-1126
41-1011
41-2031
47-2181
53-5011
41-9099
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011
51-7041
25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
33-9032
25-3021
51-9012
47-4071
51-6031
43-5071
51-3023
11-9151

Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Pipelayers
Plant & System Operators, All Other
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police, Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other
Power Distributors & Dispatchers
Prepress Technicians and Workers
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs A/O, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Radio & Television Announcers
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Real Estate Brokers
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Recreational Therapists
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reporters & Correspondents
Respiratory Therapists
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Roofers
Sailors & Marine Oilers
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts
Sawing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders, Wood
Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Septic Tank Svcrs & Sewer Pipe Cleaners
Sewing Machine Operators
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Slaughterers & Meat Packers
Social & Community Svc Mgrs

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
73
36

148
81
347
86
77
152
32
60
14
12
26
120
40
217
12
353
450
135
51
23
45
18
35
81
23
76
27
331

1,154
89
14
560
2,127
49
81
90
47
88
413
467
477
915
74
287
77

231
21
96

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$26.12
$44.76
$42.92
$18.68
$14.62
$22.45
$33.97
$27.31
$21.52
$23.84
$24.56
$12.21
$27.50

$23.15
$35.24
$40.25
$15.96
$12.81
$18.18
$29.56
$21.85
$18.81
$23.74
$19.73
$9.59
$24.74

$26.08
$42.00
$42.17
$17.26
$13.76
$24.20
$34.68
$27.79
$21.42
$25.87
$25.97
$10.69
$27.59

$28.91
$55.17
$45.84
$19.44
$14.70
$27.02
$38.37
$32.47
$23.94
$26.44
$27.54
$12.19
$31.94

$41.36
$15.79
$15.65
$18.93
$24.75
$15.25
$25.08
$12.27
$14.49
$19.02
$27.42
$27.44
$19.23
$39.69
$23.09
$26.03
$14 77
$14.77
$29.60

$40.02
$10.74
$9.71
$14.57
$23.62
$13.11
$18.03
$9.51
$12.02
$14.43
$13.32
$16.52
$14.70
$31.65
$18.27
$17.08
$11 18
$11.18
$24.01

$40.37
$13.78
$11.77
$17.42
$24.78
$15.46
$23.27
$11.85
$13.75
$17.73
$24.47
$28.38
$18.24
$34.81
$21.58
$22.80
$13 15
$13.15
$27.36

$43.48
$17.62
$19.49
$24.65
$25.12
$17.40
$31.15
$14.19
$16.61
$21.67
$38.68
$35.26
$21.87
$38.30
$26.84
$34.46
$17 06
$17.06
$31.90

$54,341
$93,104
$89,265
$38,844
$30,415
$46,694
$70,640
$56,789
$44,756
$49,583
$51,080
$25,405
$57,207
$63,512
$86,033
$32,839
$32,556
$39,376
$51,495
$31,719
$52,163
$25,527
$30,147
$39,550
$57,040
$57,062
$40,008
$82,559
$48,037
$54,149
$30 717
$30,717
$61,567

$18.90
$14.05
$16.79
$22.80
$33.84
$22.02
$18.46
$31.65
$19.15
$12.87
$19.30

$13.00
$11.41
$11.89
$20.84
$27.86
$16.39
$12.97
$30.45
$13.66
$9.71
$15.25

$14.16
$13.47
$14.19
$22.77
$33.51
$24.18
$14.91
$32.87
$18.42
$11.47
$17.31

$17.38
$15.97
$18.58
$24.78
$40.36
$26.06
$18.52
$35.30
$23.52
$14.17
$21.86

$39,309
$29,229
$34,934
$47,414
$70,377
$45,788
$38,392
$65,833
$39,835
$26,777
$40,152

$13.63
$42.69
$23.13
$24.59
$38.08
$18.80

$9.65
$27.85
$12.77
$16.51
$22.85
$15.80

$11.94
$43.01
$21.72
$21.88
$36.98
$17.95

$14.34
$54.59
$28.26
$29.73
$46.65
$22.04

$16.18
$28.57
$13.42
$18.52
$13.32
$16.39
$14.46
$14.41
$16.71
$29.68

$13.55
$15.90
$9.50
$15.63
$9.48
$15.30
$10.57
$11.15
$12.79
$20.95

$16.39
$22.69
$10.74
$18.20
$13.11
$16.51
$14.14
$13.67
$14.83
$28.53

$18.37
$39.14
$14.06
$21.47
$14.38
$17.72
$17.51
$16.58
$21.35
$36.28

$28,349
$88,812
$48,117
$51,148
$79,198
$39,100
$61,909
$33,643
$59,432
$27,911
$38,529
$27,724
$34,099
$30,083
$29,972
$34,756
$61,730

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 129

SOC
Code

Balance of State Southwest, WA
Occupational Title

21-1093
25-2052
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
51-8021
43-5081
21-1011
25-3098
29-1067
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
47-2082
25-9041
51-2092
49-2022
49-9052
41-9041
43-3071
51-6099
23-2093
51-4194
53-6041
13-1151
53-6099
11-3071
53-1031
53 3032
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
13-1022
51-7042
19-1023

Social & Human Svc Assistants
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stationary Engineers & Boiler Operators
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgeons
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Tapers
Teacher Assistants
Team Assemblers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telecommunications Line Installers & Repairers
Telemarketers
Tellers
Textile, Apparel, & Furnishings Wkrs, All Other
Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers
Tool Grinders, Filers, & Sharpeners
Traffic Technicians
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation Wkrs, All Other
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Truck Drivers,
Drivers Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Tractor Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Woodworking Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders (Not Sawing)
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
257
88
29
56
40
44
530
61
832
28
60
50
54
30
1,325
303
106
66
503

96
11
21
33
51
110
1 250
1,250
304
46
30
46
55
30
78
107
907
144
27

38
472
63

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$14.12

$10.92

$13.20

$17.35

$32.47
$24.19
$13.96
$18.65
$15.91
$128.56
$21.26
$20.78
$30.85
$12.28
$13.93
$23.97

$30.85
$18.71
$10.06
$14.66
$14.84
$91.23
$18.37
$17.33
$26.76
$10.37
$11.97
$21.37

$34.54
$25.16
$11.96
$19.53
$16.20
$91.23
$21.39
$19.98
$28.93
$11.78
$13.68
$24.16

$38.18
$28.29
$17.98
$22.07
$17.54
$91.23
$24.60
$23.36
$34.81
$13.93
$15.75
$26.97

$16.15
$27.86
$21.21
$13.53
$12.89
$13.19
$22.35
$20.30
$26.03
$31.04
$22.91

$13.02
$24.41
$17.31
$12.88
$11.19
$10.88
$20.04
$17.79
$24.73
$24.53
$15.01

$16.42
$27.78
$20.97
$13.76
$12.74
$12.21
$21.73
$20.68
$26.47
$30.62
$21.70

$18.75
$32.27
$25.50
$14.63
$14.30
$15.73
$23.42
$22.82
$28.21
$38.28
$32.68

$28.64
$19 59
$19.59
$16.43
$30.66
$9.82
$34.96
$10.87
$17.39
$22.50

$23.91
$15 67
$15.67
$9.45
$25.91
$9.25
$27.67
$9.84
$15.05
$19.09

$27.54
$18 44
$18.44
$13.05
$30.21
$9.35
$34.60
$10.70
$17.20
$22.20

$32.03
$22 81
$22.81
$20.60
$35.37
$9.46
$43.08
$11.57
$19.72
$26.54

$12.38
$22.56
$22.51
$16.69
$20.59
$31.67
$17.74
$28.55

$9.31
$19.66
$18.09
$14.04
$17.33
$19.72
$13.17
$24.18

$12.02
$22.15
$21.05
$16.12
$20.23
$27.26
$17.66
$27.37

$14.04
$25.96
$25.72
$18.32
$23.12
$40.74
$22.11
$31.46

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 130

Annual
Wage
$29,381
$54,913
$58,181
$60,592
$67,541
$50,310
$29,036
$38,792
$33,099
$267,407
$44,210
$43,219
$64,157
$25,533
$28,967
$49,838
$28,337
$33,591
$57,942
$44,114
$28,129
$26,815
$27,444
$46,486
$42,230
$54,132
$64,563
$47,661
$59,582
$40 738
$40,738
$34,187
$63,788
$20,427
$72,727
$22,613
$36,174
$46,808
$61,372
$25,750
$46,939
$46,820
$34,700
$42,825
$65,868
$36,899
$59,387

Balance of State Central, WA
2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Adams, Grant, Kittitas,
Klickitat, and Okanogan Counties

SOC
Code

Balance of State Central, WA
Occupational Title

13-2011
11-3011
25-3011
41-3011
19-4011
45-2091
45-2011
49-3011
39-3091
33-9011
13-2021
17-3011
27-4011
49-3021
49-3023
33-3011
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
19-1029
19-4021
19
4021
43-3031
13-2031
49-3031
53-3022
13-1199
51-3021
51-7011
29-2031
43-5011
47-2031
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
51-9011
19-4031
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
17-2051
13-1031
53-7061
51-9192
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
35-3021
21-1099
21-1094
13-1141
13-1041

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising Sales Agents
Agricultural & Food Science Technicians
Agricultural Equipment Operators
Agricultural Inspectors
Aircraft Mechanics & Svc Technicians
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Animal Control Wkrs
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Architectural & Civil Drafters
Audio & Video Equipment Technicians
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bailiffs
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Scientists, All Other
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Budget Analysts
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians
Cargo & Freight Agents
Carpenters
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Equipment Operators & Tenders
Chemical Technicians
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Civil Engineers
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, & Investigators
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Cleaning/Washing/Metal Pickling Equipment Ops/Tenders
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Community Health Workers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
252
78
44
28
64
111
158
32
36
19
12
55
264
11
103
479
30
242
35
100
1,172
11
191
626
182
52
11
10
19
326
2,383
62
14
16
14
80
178
131
11
240
192
27
242
15
1,810
17
27

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$29.52
$39.58
$24.22
$18.95
$16.96
$13.99
$18.15

$21.83
$28.58
$18.73
$15.02
$12.90
$11.04
$14.41

$26.75
$42.39
$25.22
$17.03
$14.49
$13.17
$19.93

$34.12
$51.66
$28.14
$18.72
$20.33
$15.54
$21.10

$61,411
$82,325
$50,368
$39,431
$35,283
$29,096
$37,750

$9.95
$13.69
$23.90
$28.58
$17.67
$20.68
$18.55
$16.81
$12.00
$12.62
$15.19
$16.80
$30.04
$15 74
$15.74
$16.15
$30.01
$20.92
$16.48
$28.72
$15.58
$16.20
$30.70
$20.90
$18.26
$11.02
$20.21
$26.78
$18.81
$18.91
$24.10
$60.25
$14.01
$20.61
$36.91
$18.47
$10.60
$14.07
$31.70

$9.28
$10.53
$20.24
$22.80
$15.77
$17.92
$12.90
$14.42
$10.17
$10.36
$13.02
$14.87
$23.13
$13 63
$13.63
$12.77
$26.95
$18.95
$15.70
$22.58
$11.50
$11.52
$26.80
$12.98
$10.87
$9.39
$15.88
$20.01
$16.88
$16.31
$22.12
$37.75
$11.53
$14.17
$31.37
$16.08
$9.33
$12.22
$27.86

$9.41
$11.45
$23.13
$31.01
$17.39
$20.42
$18.68
$17.03
$11.83
$12.68
$15.45
$16.58
$28.90
$15 27
$15.27
$15.24
$29.07
$21.13
$16.86
$27.15
$16.54
$14.21
$30.30
$16.38
$17.21
$10.15
$19.93
$27.22
$18.86
$17.75
$24.79
$50.50
$13.61
$22.47
$36.82
$18.75
$10.00
$13.35
$31.39

$9.65
$16.08
$27.53
$33.96
$19.12
$22.72
$22.66
$19.74
$13.63
$14.18
$17.46
$18.32
$36.88
$17 58
$17.58
$19.33
$32.53
$22.97
$18.03
$33.84
$18.31
$18.97
$34.52
$25.62
$22.59
$11.50
$25.08
$33.60
$21.11
$21.07
$27.65
$80.44
$16.20
$26.06
$43.32
$20.98
$11.35
$14.49
$34.84

$12.96
$10.28
$14.59

$11.84
$9.30
$12.37

$12.95
$9.48
$13.53

$14.06
$10.88
$14.71

$20,686
$28,480
$49,724
$59,462
$36,755
$43,020
$38,589
$34,962
$24,947
$26,253
$31,597
$34,932
$62,497
$32 749
$32,749
$33,581
$62,402
$43,533
$34,284
$59,752
$32,416
$33,689
$63,858
$43,471
$37,979
$22,921
$42,033
$55,701
$39,114
$39,341
$50,131
$125,321
$29,141
$42,866
$76,767
$38,404
$22,054
$29,275
$65,937
$34,813
$26,963
$21,395
$30,332

$26.66
$30.76

$19.85
$27.01

$22.31
$31.82

$31.51
$34.71

$55,450
$63,988

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 131

SOC
Code

Balance of State Central, WA
Occupational Title

11-3021
15-1152
15-1199
15-1131
15-1132
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
19-1031
47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
49-9012
53-7011
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
51-9193
33-3012
33-1011
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-5021
43-4031
53-7021
33-9091
51-9021
43 4051
43-4051
51-4031
51-9032
43-9021
31-9091
29-2021
29-1021
33-3021
29-2032
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
53-3031
27-3041
11-9031
11-9032
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023
17-2071
49-9051
49-2094
47-2111
17-2072
25-2021
43-4061
29-2041
13-1071
11-9041
17-3029
17-2199

Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Control & Valve Installers & Repairers (Not Mech Door)
Conveyor Operators & Tenders
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Cooling & Freezing Equipment Operators & Tenders
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Correctional Officers, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Couriers & Messengers
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Crane & Tower Operators
Crossing Guards
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Customer Svc Reps
Cut/Punch/Press Mach Setters/Ops/Tenders, Mtl/Plastic
Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dentists, General
Detectives & Criminal Investigators
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical Engineers
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electrical/Electronics Repairers, Industrial Equipmt
Electricians
Electronics Engineers, Not Computer
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
27
63
35
24
40
108
47
24
46
60
406
31
299
42
83
167
341
596
25
106
19
37
264
100
25
208

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$44.93
$31.26
$33.37
$32.66
$36.06
$25.12
$37.86
$14.86
$27.69
$27.39
$18.09
$36.37
$30.16
$22.13
$14.15
$9.69
$13.44
$11.90
$9.84
$20.19
$19.26
$26.25
$32.69
$13.23
$10.36
$12.56
$17.28
$32.86

$36.03
$28.10
$30.71
$23.93
$32.54
$19.48
$34.17
$12.53
$21.38
$22.14
$12.90
$31.44
$22.71
$16.91
$11.04
$9.27
$11.15
$10.41
$9.25
$16.44
$16.27
$23.64
$23.98
$9.72
$9.29
$10.77
$14.35
$26.40

$43.81
$32.15
$33.54
$28.52
$36.51
$23.18
$38.00
$14.36
$26.20
$25.95
$16.61
$34.92
$28.95
$20.36
$13.45
$9.38
$13.22
$11.74
$9.34
$19.40
$19.24
$26.07
$34.57
$11.67
$9.50
$12.31
$16.93
$31.20

$53.76
$35.35
$36.88
$42.21
$41.34
$29.31
$43.05
$17.47
$31.71
$29.84
$20.38
$41.01
$34.56
$23.26
$16.78
$9.57
$15.50
$13.38
$9.91
$24.39
$21.66
$28.44
$42.29
$15.47
$10.70
$14.23
$19.50
$40.37

$93,445
$65,018
$69,406
$67,936
$75,003
$52,246
$78,751
$30,905
$57,598
$56,967
$37,630
$75,658
$62,730
$46,043
$29,436
$20,146
$27,953
$24,751
$20,460
$42,000
$40,064
$54,600
$67,994
$27,521
$21,550
$26,119
$35,952
$68,346

$13.54
$15 62
$15.62
$19.96
$15.38
$13.97
$17.08
$44.38
$97.29
$36.86
$35.79
$30.73
$9.73
$10.12
$21.57
$14.44
$25.91
$24.33

$10.92
$11 76
$11.76
$19.57
$13.10
$9.60
$14.30
$40.54
$68.97
$30.01
$32.47
$26.08
$9.26
$9.26
$16.55
$12.40
$16.52
$17.42

$13.01
$14 19
$14.19
$20.93
$14.87
$11.50
$17.07
$43.92
$91.37
$38.15
$35.21
$29.50
$9.38
$9.37
$20.23
$13.60
$27.39
$20.86

$16.40
$17 90
$17.90
$22.29
$17.30
$18.09
$20.24
$48.21
$91.82
$43.24
$39.36
$34.67
$9.88
$10.20
$26.76
$14.80
$34.50
$26.72

$23.05
$25.57
$31.92
$39.79
$40.19
$31.46
$28.23
$29.66

$16.19
$20.90
$23.15
$32.24
$38.72
$25.60
$22.01
$24.85

$21.63
$24.18
$33.06
$39.49
$39.01
$28.88
$28.83
$27.97

$27.52
$30.77
$38.21
$47.80
$43.21
$37.67
$35.14
$33.13

$21.33
$23.84
$25.28
$56.74
$23.87
$43.89

$20.35
$15.32
$20.09
$43.92
$18.71
$37.26

$22.47
$20.34
$24.53
$52.85
$21.76
$48.83

$22.48
$30.30
$29.99
$65.28
$32.82
$54.36

$28,157
$32 484
$32,484
$41,512
$31,999
$29,057
$35,526
$92,307
$202,373
$76,674
$74,442
$63,929
$20,231
$21,050
$44,861
$30,025
$53,895
$50,593
$93,933
$47,945
$53,203
$66,402
$82,749
$83,583
$65,440
$58,699
$61,701
$56,438
$44,371
$49,590
$52,570
$118,009
$49,644
$91,294

21
424
47
123
20
198
111
49
80
22
24
335
39
79
16
185
55
221
76
62
120
32
178
1,134
105
366
98
51
29
17

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 132

SOC
Code

Balance of State Central, WA
Occupational Title

17-2081
19-4091
19-2041
43-6011
51-9041
29-1062
25-9021
49-3041
45-1011
45-2092
45-2093
43-4071
13-2051
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
33-1021
39-9031
27-1023
51-3092
51-3093
35-1012
35-2021
19-1012
35-3041
11-9051
51-3091
19-4093
13-1131
51-9051
11 1021
11-1021
45-2041
27-1024
39-5012
21-1091
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
49-9021
53-1021
47-4051
31-1011
35-9031
43-4081
37-1011
43-4161
11-3121
17-3026
17-2112
49-9041
11-3051
53-7051
43-4199
51-9061
49-9098
49-9099
25-9031
41-3021
29-1063
27-3091
43-4111
37-2011

Environmental Engineers
Environmental Science & Protection Techs (Inc Health)
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Extrude/Form/Press/Compact Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Family & General Practitioners
Farm & Home Management Advisors
Farm Equipment Mechanics
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
FarmWkrs & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse
FarmWkrs, Farm & Ranch Animals
File Clerks
Financial Analysts
Financial Mgrs
Financial Specialists, All Other
Fire Fighters
Fire Fighting & Prevention Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors
Floral Designers
Food Batchmakers
Food Cooking Machine Operators & Tenders
Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Food Preparation Wkrs
Food Scientists & Technologists
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant
Food Svc Mgrs
Food/Tobacco Roast/Bake/Dry Mach Ops/Tenders
Forest & Conservation Technicians
Fundraisers
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, & Kettle Ops/Tenders
General & Operations Mgrs
Graders & Sorters, Agricultural Products
Graphic Designers
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists
Health Educators
Health Technologists & Technicians, All Other
Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wkrs, All Other
Healthcare Support Wkrs, All Other
Heating, Air Cond, Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers
Helpers, Laborers, & Material Movers, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Highway Maintenance Wkrs
Home Health Aides
Hosts & Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, & Coffee Shop
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerks
Housekeeping/Janitorial Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs
Human Resources Assistants, Not Payroll & Timekeeping
Human Resources Managers
Industrial Engineering Technicians
Industrial Engineers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Industrial Production Mgrs
Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators
Information & Record Clerks, All Other
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Helpers
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Wkrs, A/O
Instructional Coordinators
Insurance Sales Agents
Internists, General
Interpreters & Translators
Interviewers, Not Eligibility & Loan
Janitors & Cleaners, Not Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
23
43
155
75
162
176
159
1,160
70
46
140
27
171
14
73
45
39
94
325
563
15
28
42
59
232
13
520
1,045
42
62
26
50
14
72
38
218
196
58
250
22
60
45
25
83
409
71
735
80
620
34
44
35
172
50
47
1,004

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$34.17
$17.18
$32.33
$22.89
$13.75
$83.78
$25.91
$16.83
$20.62
$11.03
$11.84
$13.28
$35.04
$44.37
$22.66
$24.89
$32.33
$18.76
$13.04
$14.45
$16.24
$15.55
$10.43
$18.57
$12.57
$30.42
$15.17
$18.58
$31.00
$17.67
$47 17
$47.17
$10.40
$16.81
$14.55
$22.93
$22.98
$30.73
$15.91
$20.00
$21.60
$20.15
$10.71
$9.74
$12.03
$22.21
$18.13
$43.99
$24.57
$38.01
$28.32
$41.22
$15.29
$16.35
$12.90
$13.35
$27.14
$28.32
$19.28
$79.62
$26.92

$27.88
$15.83
$26.03
$19.83
$9.72
$59.81
$21.55
$11.87
$16.12
$9.27
$9.27
$11.29
$27.03
$31.84
$18.23
$19.12
$14.32
$9.42
$11.59
$12.04
$14.90
$11.01
$9.27
$15.91
$9.52
$21.52
$11.51
$13.64
$30.94
$15.83
$33 58
$33.58
$9.26
$11.64
$12.62
$18.32
$14.79
$22.19
$12.70
$13.69
$14.90
$18.21
$9.83
$9.24
$10.62
$17.52
$15.34
$38.66
$21.75
$32.31
$20.40
$32.60
$12.58
$13.64
$9.34
$9.53
$18.87
$22.29
$12.33
$43.69
$16.03

$34.65
$16.91
$28.36
$22.42
$12.50
$78.01
$26.34
$16.46
$20.47
$9.41
$9.41
$13.09
$34.65
$41.83
$22.30
$24.46
$33.95
$17.69
$13.12
$13.96
$16.53
$13.56
$9.41
$17.16
$11.91
$27.09
$15.84
$17.01
$33.67
$17.32
$41 83
$41.83
$9.77
$15.69
$14.20
$23.35
$21.11
$27.52
$14.55
$18.35
$18.02
$19.60
$10.61
$9.34
$11.86
$23.90
$17.33
$44.87
$24.62
$38.31
$26.16
$39.17
$14.81
$16.65
$9.53
$10.94
$26.52
$27.44
$14.80
$77.83
$21.75

$40.82
$17.97
$32.57
$26.33
$16.45
$91.50
$30.26
$20.66
$23.67
$11.47
$12.34
$14.85
$42.92
$54.68
$26.26
$31.89
$45.97
$26.66
$14.39
$16.39
$17.99
$18.31
$10.68
$18.41
$14.71
$40.95
$17.66
$22.69
$36.40
$18.81
$54 46
$54.46
$11.21
$19.28
$16.69
$27.47
$30.55
$39.82
$18.06
$26.17
$25.30
$21.64
$11.40
$9.58
$13.57
$26.79
$20.35
$52.11
$27.54
$44.23
$38.72
$49.32
$17.43
$18.73
$14.65
$13.57
$28.05
$32.72
$25.99
$91.50
$37.60

$71,066
$35,738
$67,236
$47,602
$28,597
$174,252
$53,884
$35,010
$42,891
$22,942
$24,633
$27,614
$72,876
$92,287
$47,137
$51,773
$67,228
$39,039
$27,117
$30,049
$33,784
$32,331
$21,700
$38,624
$26,140
$63,265
$31,542
$38,654
$64,478
$36,760
$98 107
$98,107
$21,633
$34,955
$30,266
$47,690
$47,794
$63,937
$33,099
$41,594
$44,935
$41,902
$22,276
$20,246
$25,022
$46,194
$37,728
$91,491
$51,107
$79,070
$58,889
$85,734
$31,817
$34,003
$26,824
$27,772
$56,444
$58,919
$40,093
$165,609
$55,997

$13.88

$10.73

$14.11

$16.64

$28,854

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 133

SOC
Code

Balance of State Central, WA
Occupational Title

23-1023
25-2012
53-7062
37-1012
37-3011
51-6011
43-6012
11-1031
25-4021
43-4121
25-4031
29-2061
19-4099
33-9092
43-4131
13-2072
11-9081
45-4022
53-7063
51-4041
37-2012
49-9071
49-9043
13-1111
13-1161
31-9011
51-3022
17-3013
17-2141
49-1011
29 2012
29-2012
29-2011
11-9111
21-1022
31-9092
31-9093
29-2071
43-6013
31-9094
13-1121
21-1014
27-1026
43-5041
11-9199
25-2022
51-9023
49-3042
53-3099
49-3052
11-9121
15-1142
43-4141
39-2021
41-1012
29-1171
31-1014
29-9011
29-1122
43-1011
43-9199
43-9061
47-2073

Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Kindergarten Teachers, Not Special Education
Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand
Landscape, Lawn, Groundskeep Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvsrs
Landscaping & Groundskeeping Wkrs
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Wkrs
Legal Secretaries
Legislators
Librarians
Library Assistants, Clerical
Library Technicians
Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses
Life, Physical, & Social Science Technicians, A/O
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, Recreational Protective Svc Wkrs
Loan Interviewers & Clerks
Loan Officers
Lodging Mgrs
Logging Equipment Operators
Machine Feeders & Offbearers
Machinists
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Maintenance Wkrs, Machinery
Management Analysts
Market Research Analysts
Massage Therapists
Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers
Mechanical Drafters
Mechanical Engineers
Mechanics, Installers, Repairers, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical & Health Svcs Mgrs
Medical & Public Health Social Wkrs
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Records & Health Information Technicians
Medical Secretaries
Medical Transcriptionists
Meeting & Convention Planners
Mental Health Counselors
Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers
Meter Readers, Utilities
Mgrs, All Other
Middle School Teachers (Not Special Ed & Vocational)
Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Not Engines
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other
Motorcycle Mechanics
Natural Sciences Mgrs
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
New Accounts Clerks
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Non-Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health & Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapists
Office & Admin Support Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Office & Administrative Support Wkrs, All Other
Office Clerks, General
Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Ops

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
27
152
832
500
26
86
11
66
61
45
201
23
61
101
10
81
113
69
544
1,067
116
39
40
29
31
16
30
227
51
71
127
30
383
11
122
232
39
28
79
37
27
99
343
35
90

26
72
59
84
55
523
33
12
479
135
820
345

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$52.67

$36.67

$46.53

$69.68

$14.05
$23.73
$12.93
$11.16
$14.20

$10.68
$20.15
$9.84
$9.29
$10.81

$12.90
$23.79
$11.43
$10.11
$12.13

$14.97
$27.33
$15.54
$12.05
$17.18

$28.94
$13.68
$16.67
$20.64

$18.88
$12.60
$11.44
$18.15

$28.81
$13.59
$17.44
$20.59

$35.89
$14.59
$20.52
$22.85

$9.68
$17.32
$38.36
$25.38
$23.78
$12.41
$18.67
$11.03
$17.94
$21.53
$36.33
$28.67
$20.56
$10.92
$25.03
$42.38
$32.07
$21 42
$21.42
$28.92
$46.51
$23.24
$14.86
$15.47
$18.41
$16.92
$16.18
$21.59
$22.10
$13.46
$24.47
$35.93

$9.28
$14.81
$31.72
$23.81
$22.01
$10.29
$14.42
$9.47
$14.31
$18.07
$26.07
$17.95
$9.44
$9.35
$16.19
$38.62
$26.90
$17 66
$17.66
$24.68
$31.72
$20.12
$12.76
$13.26
$13.93
$14.52
$13.55
$15.33
$16.16
$11.00
$22.20
$22.71

$9.41
$17.04
$36.35
$26.39
$24.52
$11.25
$17.67
$10.55
$17.61
$22.05
$35.92
$27.82
$23.42
$9.54
$19.60
$41.44
$31.97
$21 69
$21.69
$29.40
$41.51
$23.51
$14.60
$14.67
$17.38
$16.75
$16.28
$18.22
$22.82
$13.30
$24.89
$35.19

$9.57
$19.46
$44.35
$28.91
$26.85
$12.70
$22.81
$11.85
$21.46
$25.17
$46.20
$37.38
$27.42
$12.91
$34.27
$45.53
$37.91
$25 56
$25.56
$33.66
$52.94
$27.16
$16.98
$17.46
$21.76
$18.70
$19.14
$25.44
$27.22
$15.84
$27.29
$45.35

$16.86
$22.86
$17.01
$19.38
$44.36
$28.71
$18.07
$11.14
$28.07
$39.88
$13.57
$31.93
$28.82
$23.68
$16.19
$13.86
$22.25

$13.79
$16.95
$16.21
$16.66
$37.72
$24.17
$14.78
$9.64
$23.30
$32.78
$11.06
$24.88
$24.01
$17.23
$12.74
$10.42
$18.11

$16.71
$22.83
$17.29
$18.46
$40.99
$29.54
$17.34
$10.61
$27.51
$39.38
$12.92
$29.77
$27.46
$22.29
$15.83
$12.66
$21.09

$20.14
$27.77
$18.27
$21.68
$49.02
$34.20
$21.40
$11.58
$33.51
$46.22
$15.33
$39.12
$33.64
$29.10
$18.66
$16.07
$24.54

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 134

Annual
Wage
$109,547
$55,072
$29,234
$49,375
$26,911
$23,196
$29,550
$66,251
$60,202
$28,469
$34,693
$42,932
$20,130
$36,027
$79,785
$52,789
$49,477
$25,825
$38,850
$22,950
$37,334
$44,798
$75,566
$59,629
$42,760
$22,719
$52,058
$88,146
$66,699
$44 544
$44,544
$60,158
$96,757
$48,354
$30,896
$32,198
$38,288
$35,189
$33,669
$44,903
$45,961
$27,992
$50,894
$74,722
$55,655
$35,076
$47,548
$35,376
$40,317
$92,273
$59,707
$37,603
$23,188
$58,385
$82,934
$28,239
$66,421
$59,949
$49,249
$33,676
$28,828
$46,284

SOC
Code

Balance of State Central, WA
Occupational Title

15-2031
29-2081
43-4151
51-9111
53-7064
47-2141
23-2011
41-2022
43-3051
39-9021
39-1021
37-3012
29-1051
31-9095
29-2052
31-9097
51-9151
29-1069
31-2022
29-1123
29-1071
47-2152
33-1012
33-3051
43-5031
43-5051
43-5052
43-5053
11-9131
51-8012
51 8013
51-8013
25-2011
51-5112
21-1092
43-3061
51-1011
51-9199
51-9198
43-5061
11-9141
33-9099
11-2031
27-3031
13-1021
13-1023
11-3061
29-2034
41-9022
43-4171
39-9032
53-7081
29-1141
21-1015
27-3022
29-1126
41-1011
41-2031
41-9099
11-2022
41-3099
41-4012
41-4011

Operations Research Analysts
Opticians, Dispensing
Order Clerks
Packaging & Filling Machine Operators & Tenders
Packers & Packagers, Hand
Painters, Construction & Maintenance
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Parts Salespersons
Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks
Personal & Home Care Aides
Personal Svc Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, & Applicators, Vegetation
Pharmacists
Pharmacy Aides
Pharmacy Technicians
Phlebotomists
Photographic Process Workers & Machine Operators
Phys/Surgeons, A/O (Cardiologists, Dermatologists, etc)
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapists
Physician Assistants
Plumbers, Pipefitters, & Steamfitters
Police & Detectives, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers
Police, Fire, & Ambulance Dispatchers
Postal Svc Clerks
Postal Svc Mail Carriers
Postal Svc Mail Sorters/Processors/Processing Mach Ops
Postmasters & Mail Superintendents
Power Distributors & Dispatchers
Power Plant Operators
Preschool Teachers, Not Special Education
Printing Press Operators
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Procurement Clerks
Production & Operating Wkrs, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Production Wkrs, All Other
Production Worker Helpers
Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks
Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Mgrs
Protective Svc Wkrs, All Other
Public Relations Mgrs
Public Relations Specialists
Purchasing Agents & Buyers, Farm Products
Purchasing Agents (Not Wholesale/Retail/Farm Prodcts)
Purchasing Mgrs
Radiologic Technologists & Technicians
Real Estate Sales Agents
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Recreation Wkrs
Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors
Registered Nurses
Rehabilitation Counselors
Reporters & Correspondents
Respiratory Therapists
Retail Sales Wkrs, 1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of
Retail Salespersons
Sales & Related Wkrs, All Other
Sales Mgrs
Sales Reps, Svcs, All Other
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf (Not Tech/Sci Prdcts)
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manuf, Tech.Scientific Prdcts

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
23
16
67
449
783
82
94
230
106
388
45
42
102
118
30
25
67
44
69
83
138
98
446
39
62
119
31
47
54
33
133
20
56
52
316
22
261
77
54
52
32
32
23
90
11
125
41
495
55
35
877
65
40
33
559
1,776
55
40
72
487

$30.23
$18.79
$17.44
$14.21
$11.89
$18.42
$21.20
$14.15
$22.45
$11.05
$17.46
$13.86
$56.19
$13.40
$17.99
$16.10
$11.56
$112.05
$14.24
$38.74
$49.16
$28.96
$33.89
$25.61
$23.02
$24.32
$24.16
$11.95
$27.51
$41.98
$38 41
$38.41
$14.23
$12.56
$23.53
$18.65
$25.54
$14.14
$11.10
$19.67
$22.19
$13.86
$47.80
$31.28
$44.44
$27.55
$40.80
$28.98
$24.68
$13.06
$12.59
$18.95
$32.87
$21.68
$12.56
$26.86
$18.80
$12.78
$13.37
$50.33
$25.63
$30.24
$23.17

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 135

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$20.28
$16.26
$15.39
$11.52
$9.46
$16.15
$17.14
$11.24
$18.64
$9.95
$11.18
$9.36
$50.91
$11.25
$15.30
$14.50
$10.18
$91.25
$11.59
$33.49
$42.06
$23.18
$31.13
$23.01
$18.48
$24.20
$19.73
$9.59
$24.32
$38.69
$36 07
$36.07
$12.11
$9.62
$20.64
$16.79
$18.20
$11.16
$9.50
$14.30
$19.88
$10.84
$34.80
$24.65
$26.31
$22.89
$30.07
$24.91
$14.35
$10.99
$9.36
$16.50
$26.90
$18.89
$10.89
$23.78
$13.65
$9.59
$10.45
$33.52
$14.07
$24.26
$20.68

$26.99
$19.39
$17.41
$14.42
$10.41
$19.22
$19.08
$13.52
$22.18
$10.79
$16.05
$14.81
$57.84
$12.87
$18.02
$16.19
$11.36
$91.58
$13.51
$38.08
$49.73
$28.07
$33.97
$26.26
$22.71
$25.87
$24.79
$11.08
$27.59
$40.36
$39 51
$39.51
$13.83
$10.90
$24.09
$19.27
$25.13
$15.04
$10.54
$17.40
$21.53
$12.62
$45.14
$29.92
$29.85
$27.12
$36.23
$29.41
$27.92
$12.82
$10.86
$18.42
$31.85
$22.34
$12.26
$26.58
$16.82
$11.08
$12.18
$47.59
$17.15
$31.64
$22.66

$35.35
$21.43
$20.15
$16.91
$12.90
$21.48
$25.74
$16.06
$26.72
$11.64
$24.24
$17.21
$65.45
$14.42
$20.96
$17.74
$12.96
$91.92
$16.48
$43.77
$56.92
$33.65
$36.46
$29.02
$26.62
$25.88
$27.53
$14.06
$34.24
$45.12
$42 95
$42.95
$16.01
$13.63
$26.07
$21.51
$30.70
$17.00
$11.84
$21.73
$23.17
$14.08
$54.40
$36.93
$47.08
$32.21
$46.75
$33.62
$32.42
$14.48
$14.82
$21.45
$38.53
$24.79
$14.01
$29.40
$21.51
$13.73
$14.36
$62.57
$35.00
$36.64
$25.99

Annual
Wage
$62,880
$39,095
$36,273
$29,539
$24,735
$38,324
$44,081
$29,421
$46,707
$22,986
$36,323
$28,824
$116,876
$27,879
$37,425
$33,488
$24,048
$233,056
$29,612
$80,574
$102,262
$60,243
$70,498
$53,260
$47,889
$50,585
$50,235
$24,852
$57,222
$87,320
$79 886
$79,886
$29,609
$26,136
$48,933
$38,801
$53,132
$29,430
$23,099
$40,902
$46,141
$28,828
$99,421
$65,062
$92,436
$57,298
$84,859
$60,280
$51,336
$27,150
$26,181
$39,426
$68,376
$45,100
$26,116
$55,862
$39,106
$26,588
$27,828
$104,688
$53,312
$62,913
$48,194

SOC
Code

Balance of State Central, WA
Occupational Title

25-2031
43-6014
41-3031
33-9032
25-3021
51-9012
43-5071
11-9151
21-1093
21-1029
19-1013
25-2052
25-2053
25-2051
25-2054
29-1127
51-8021
43-5081
21-1011
25-3098
29-2055
17-3031
17-1022
53-6031
43-2011
53-3041
25-9041
25-3099
51-2092
49-2022
41 9041
41-9041
43-3071
49-3093
39-7011
13-1151
11-3071
53-1031
53-3032
53-3033
19-3051
39-3031
29-1131
31-9096
29-2056
25-1194
25-2032
35-3031
51-8031
15-1134
43-5111
51-4121
13-1022
43-9022
19-1023

Secondary School Teachers (Not Special/Voc Ed)
Secretaries, Not Legal, Medical, & Executive
Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svcs Sales Agents
Security Guards
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Separating & Filtering Machine Setters/Ops/Tndrs
Shipping, Receiving, & Traffic Clerks
Social & Community Svc Mgrs
Social & Human Svc Assistants
Social Wkrs, All Other
Soil & Plant Scientists
Special Educ Teachers, Kindergarten, Elementary School
Special Education Teachers, Middle School
Special Education Teachers, Preschool
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Speech-Language Pathologists
Stationary Engineers & Boiler Operators
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Substitute teachers
Surgical Technologists
Surveying & Mapping Technicians
Surveyors
Svc Station Attendants
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Svc
Taxi Drivers & Chauffeurs
Teacher Assistants
Teachers & Instructors, All Other
Team Assemblers
Telecom Equipment Installers & Repairers (Not Line)
Telemarketers
Tellers
Tire Repairers & Changers
Tour Guides and Escorts
Training and Development Specialists
Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Mgrs
Transptn/Material-Mvng Vehicle Ops, 1st-Ln Spvrs of
Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Svcs
Urban & Regional Planners
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, & Ticket Takers
Veterinarians
Veterinary Assistants & Laboratory Animal Caretakers
Veterinary Technologists & Technicians
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School
Waiters & Waitresses
Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Ops
Web Developers
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, Samplers - Recordkeeping
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers
Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Not Farm Products
Word Processors & Typists
Zoologists & Wildlife Biologists

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
628
1,172
40
148
68
47
272
66
293
18
18
121
33
18
56
18
17
573
26
625
47
21
65
24
34
1,548
49
181
91
14
224
145
40
79
206
1,301
347
68
12
19
63
88
110
900
110
42
72
194
18
13
119

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$15.75
$19.42
$16.86
$20.27
$15.45
$14.05
$27.76
$14.09
$21.81
$33.50

$12.54
$13.10
$13.55
$14.68
$12.89
$10.69
$21.53
$12.62
$18.23
$25.44

$15.88
$14.32
$16.99
$17.87
$14.41
$11.99
$26.19
$13.96
$21.07
$32.64

$18.23
$27.50
$20.13
$26.49
$17.16
$15.66
$32.24
$15.26
$25.12
$37.06

$31.44
$20.05
$11.99
$19.03
$16.86
$22.83
$22.92
$29.65
$12.82
$13.83
$12.13

$28.27
$16.31
$9.62
$14.43
$15.59
$19.86
$19.81
$24.80
$10.69
$12.26
$9.93

$32.00
$17.94
$10.84
$19.25
$16.92
$22.60
$23.34
$29.85
$11.68
$13.74
$10.91

$35.02
$24.90
$12.72
$23.22
$18.25
$26.30
$26.75
$34.57
$15.42
$15.58
$11.87

$13.06
$25.73
$10 42
$10.42
$13.48
$14.20
$16.22
$29.45
$36.90
$24.90
$18.88
$17.65
$27.44
$9.53
$33.93
$12.29
$15.54
$24.81

$11.33
$17.71
$9 63
$9.63
$11.30
$10.96
$13.62
$20.48
$26.45
$16.70
$15.76
$11.56
$22.48
$9.26
$30.89
$10.43
$13.56
$17.70

$12.93
$28.14
$10 44
$10.44
$13.30
$13.12
$16.81
$28.09
$31.10
$22.81
$18.77
$15.67
$26.14
$9.38
$35.10
$11.56
$15.01
$25.70

$14.40
$32.87
$11 21
$11.21
$15.56
$17.28
$18.56
$35.68
$38.29
$31.23
$21.84
$19.91
$31.54
$9.49
$39.53
$13.90
$17.21
$31.84

$11.70
$23.42
$19.27
$16.01
$21.48
$22.05
$14.82
$29.18

$9.32
$20.27
$15.63
$12.94
$19.27
$19.00
$12.56
$24.18

$12.08
$22.88
$17.89
$16.00
$21.19
$21.03
$14.58
$27.37

$13.68
$26.79
$21.50
$18.22
$23.10
$23.12
$15.91
$32.08

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 136

Annual
Wage
$57,762
$32,764
$40,379
$35,069
$42,176
$32,139
$29,232
$57,737
$29,311
$45,365
$69,688
$49,343
$54,348
$54,731
$56,639
$65,409
$41,708
$24,940
$39,573
$35,065
$47,485
$47,668
$61,660
$26,666
$28,754
$25,230
$28,770
$43,965
$27,165
$53,521
$21 688
$21,688
$28,045
$29,539
$33,744
$61,262
$76,741
$51,785
$39,271
$36,726
$57,080
$19,829
$70,573
$25,554
$32,331
$51,619
$60,883
$24,328
$48,710
$40,075
$33,290
$44,686
$45,883
$30,823
$60,697

Balance of State East, WA

2013 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates
Includes Columbia, Ferry, Garfield, Lincoln, Pend
Oreille, Stevens, Walla Walla, and Whitman Counties
SOC
Code

Balance of State East, WA
Occupational Title

13-2011
11-3011
25-3011
41-3011
45-2091
45-2011
53-3011
39-3091
19-3091
13-2021
17-1011
51-2099
49-3021
49-3023
51-3011
35-3011
43-3011
43-3021
19-1029
19-4021
43-3031
13-2031
13
2031
49-3031
53-3022
13-1199
51-3021
51-7011
29-2031
47-2031
47-2041
17-1021
41-2011
47-2051
35-1011
19-4031
19-2031
11-1011
39-9011
21-1021
17-3022
17-2051
53-7061
21-2011
19-3031
27-2022
51-9121
35-3021
21-1099
13-1141
13-1041
11-3021
15-1152
15-1199

Accountants & Auditors
Administrative Svcs Mgrs
Adult Literacy, Remedial Ed, GED Teachers/Inst
Advertising Sales Agents
Agricultural Equipment Operators
Agricultural Inspectors
Ambulance Drivers/Attendants (Not EMTs)
Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Anthropologists & Archeologists
Appraisers & Assessors of Real Estate
Architects, Not Landscape & Naval
Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other
Automotive Body & Related Repairers
Automotive Svc Technicians & Mechanics
Bakers
Bartenders
Bill & Account Collectors
Billing & Posting Clerks & Machine Operators
Biological Scientists, All Other
Biological Technicians
Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks
Budget Analysts
Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists
Bus Drivers, School
Business Operations Specialists, All Other
Butchers & Meat Cutters
Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians
Carpenters
Carpet Installers
Cartographers & Photogrammetrists
Cashiers
Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers
Chefs & Head Cooks
Chemical Technicians
Chemists
Chief Executives
Child Care Wkrs
Child, Family, & School Social Wkrs
Civil Engineering Technicians
Civil Engineers
Cleaners of Vehicles & Equipment
Clergy
Clinical, Counseling, & School Psychologists
Coaches & Scouts
Coating/Painting/Spraying Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Comb Food Preparation & Serving Wkrs, Inc Fast Food
Community & Social Svc Specialists, All Other
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Compliance Ofcrs (Not Ag/Const/Safety/Transportn)
Computer & Information Systems Mgrs
Computer Network Support Specialists
Computer Occupations, All Other

Estimated Average
Employment Wage
327
71
55
41
28
101
28
32
26
146
48
174
71
192
91
192
116
147
1,111
31
83
378
431
90
22
215
22
1,568
61
14
14
130
124
28
393
124
39
55
1,037
29
24
111

51

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

$33.13
$35.37
$23.60
$39.30
$14.58
$22.10
$12.32
$10.26
$27.97
$28.93
$34.20
$11.95
$17.51
$17.58
$12.33
$12.74
$15.14
$15.42
$36.69
$18.34
$16.53
$36 44
$36.44
$21.62
$14.95
$34.39
$13.94
$12.83
$32.59
$20.31
$18.87
$27.70
$10.86
$20.48
$23.94
$23.38
$38.49
$55.39
$11.37
$22.31
$24.76
$44.39
$12.00
$21.89
$30.24

$24.34
$26.70
$19.07
$16.75
$12.56
$17.85
$10.42
$9.31
$21.37
$19.49
$24.75
$10.09
$13.65
$11.05
$9.71
$9.43
$12.85
$13.03
$30.41
$13.63
$13.39
$29 96
$29.96
$18.63
$12.15
$26.99
$10.49
$10.65
$22.43
$18.09
$15.34
$21.48
$9.41
$13.96
$17.66
$18.61
$26.23
$46.32
$9.99
$16.81
$20.66
$41.25
$9.98
$14.62
$25.43

$30.29
$35.66
$23.71
$25.22
$15.41
$21.96
$11.58
$9.47
$28.91
$22.80
$28.91
$11.97
$18.08
$16.38
$11.18
$12.71
$14.25
$15.01
$38.01
$17.11
$16.44
$36 24
$36.24
$21.52
$15.27
$34.73
$12.99
$11.57
$35.36
$20.37
$18.32
$26.01
$10.26
$18.06
$22.78
$23.50
$32.59
$53.58
$10.82
$25.41
$24.73
$43.60
$12.02
$22.39
$28.47

$42.68
$43.28
$27.86
$36.53
$17.00
$25.52
$13.54
$10.54
$34.65
$40.69
$43.86
$13.58
$21.58
$21.39
$14.38
$15.18
$17.08
$17.53
$43.59
$22.11
$19.17
$43 45
$43.45
$24.71
$17.47
$41.21
$17.09
$13.40
$41.68
$22.28
$22.31
$33.99
$11.51
$26.46
$30.67
$27.18
$47.85
$59.28
$11.64
$26.07
$28.25
$51.83
$13.70
$27.51
$35.83

$14.50
$10.41
$16.92
$30.88
$33.53
$47.10
$26.12
$38.60

$11.46
$9.31
$9.35
$23.87
$30.05
$36.65
$18.49
$34.62

$13.51
$9.52
$11.36
$29.17
$34.53
$44.19
$27.97
$37.60

$16.69
$11.14
$24.01
$38.36
$36.24
$54.70
$32.72
$43.59

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 137

Annual
Wage
$68,902
$73,563
$49,084
$81,741
$30,314
$45,959
$25,625
$21,348
$58,160
$60,188
$71,144
$24,851
$36,423
$36,560
$25,638
$26,504
$31,493
$32,062
$76,316
$38,144
$34,399
$75 789
$75,789
$44,987
$31,080
$71,530
$29,004
$26,676
$67,788
$42,247
$39,253
$57,629
$22,591
$42,602
$49,778
$48,644
$80,064
$115,210
$23,644
$46,416
$51,500
$92,335
$24,944
$45,542
$62,900
$36,414
$30,161
$21,661
$35,195
$64,249
$69,755
$97,970
$54,335
$80,285

SOC
Code

Balance of State East, WA
Occupational Title

15-1131
15-1132
15-1151
15-1121
49-2011
19-1031
47-4011
47-2061
11-9021
47-1011
53-7011
35-2019
35-2011
35-2012
35-2014
35-2015
33-3012
33-1011
13-1051
41-2021
35-3022
43-4031
13-2041
51-9021
43-4051
51-9032
43-9021
31-9091
29-2021
51-9081
29 1021
29-1021
29-2032
29-1031
35-9011
35-9021
43-5032
53-3031
47-5021
19-3011
27-3041
11-9031
11-9032
25-9099
21-1012
17-3023
17-2071
49-9051
47-2111
25-2021
43-4061
29-2041
13-1071
11-9041
17-3029
17-2199
17-2081
19-2041
43-6011
29-1062
25-9021
49-3041
45-1011

Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers
Conservation Scientists
Construction & Building Inspectors
Construction Laborers
Construction Mgrs
Construction Trades/Extraction Wkrs, 1st-Ln Spvrs
Conveyor Operators & Tenders
Cooks, All Other
Cooks, Fast Food
Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria
Cooks, Restaurant
Cooks, Short Order
Correctional Officers & Jailers
Correctional Officers, 1st-Line Spvrs of
Cost Estimators
Counter & Rental Clerks
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Concession, Coffee Shop
Court, Municipal, & License Clerks
Credit Analysts
Crush/Grind/Polishing Machine Setters/Ops/Tenders
Customer Svc Reps
Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Ops, & Tenders
Data Entry Keyers
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Dentists General
Dentists,
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers
Dishwashers
Dispatchers, Not Police, Fire, & Ambulance
Driver/Sales Wkrs
Earth Drillers, Not Oil & Gas
Economists
Editors
Educ Administrators, Preschool/Child Care Center/Pgms
Education Administrators, Elem & Secondary School
Education, Training, & Library Wkrs, All Other
Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians
Electrical Engineers
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers
Electricians
Elementary School Teachers, Not Special Education
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics
Employment, Recruitment, & Placement Specialists
Engineering Mgrs
Engineering Technicians, Not Drafters, All Other
Engineers, All Other
Environmental Engineers
Environmental Scientists & Specialists (Inc Health)
Executive Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Family & General Practitioners
Farm & Home Management Advisors
Farm Equipment Mechanics
Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Wkrs, 1st-Ln Sprvs/Mgrs

Estimated Average
Employment Wage

105
13
35
119
285
47
191
57
311
294
339
679
102
36
174
104
17
342
67
169
88
11
28
66
23
161
225
61
77
13
41
22
129
70
13
120
247
674
51
92
117
77
127
91
36
59
186
77
61
80

25th

Percentiles
50th
75th

Annual
Wage

$30.40
$54.55
$20.07
$39.56
$19.88
$30.51
$34.13
$17.03
$57.12
$29.06
$14.94
$11.13
$10.27
$13.83
$12.44
$10.73
$20.94
$25.07
$26.05
$12.61
$10.43
$16.57
$32.74

$25.03
$45.93
$15.97
$35.28
$12.36
$24.67
$29.94
$11.30
$39.12
$24.32
$12.94
$9.29
$9.29
$11.00
$9.71
$9.66
$21.51
$23.74
$20.53
$10.01
$9.29
$14.35
$22.40

$29.38
$57.41
$19.98
$39.89
$13.63
$29.29
$35.29
$14.94
$49.27
$27.37
$14.52
$9.44
$9.45
$13.05
$12.18
$10.56
$21.51
$23.75
$22.48
$11.35
$9.44
$16.79
$32.22

$34.61
$67.69
$24.12
$43.82
$36.90
$36.36
$37.90
$18.67
$58.59
$33.16
$16.53
$10.66
$10.92
$16.47
$14.19
$11.47
$21.52
$23.75
$30.40
$14.83
$10.68
$18.84
$39.38

$63,235
$113,477
$41,738
$82,298
$41,351
$63,464
$70,997
$35,422
$118,821
$60,442
$31,067
$23,160
$21,372
$28,756
$25,873
$22,315
$43,546
$52,153
$54,182
$26,234
$21,701
$34,465
$68,102

$14.41
$19.07
$16.44
$16.69
$37.54
$14.79
$77 71
$77.71
$36.73
$30.56
$10.30
$10.03
$19.07
$17.26
$23.33
$45.99
$28.87
$23.53

$11.30
$17.27
$14.14
$14.40
$34.36
$11.21
$53 29
$53.29
$32.90
$25.92
$9.28
$9.30
$15.67
$14.15
$20.83
$41.36
$20.73
$19.36

$14.07
$19.80
$16.58
$16.22
$39.68
$13.22
$71 03
$71.03
$36.37
$29.74
$9.41
$9.48
$19.93
$16.79
$23.60
$49.17
$24.86
$21.66

$17.15
$21.55
$18.66
$17.96
$43.28
$19.42
$91 37
$91.37
$41.55
$36.36
$11.00
$10.49
$22.43
$19.66
$26.45
$51.83
$33.42
$26.32

$21.56
$27.36
$30.41
$42.31
$35.58
$26.03

$17.93
$22.00
$18.26
$36.18
$32.49
$21.17

$20.98
$27.13
$31.77
$43.60
$35.58
$26.82

$24.05
$33.00
$36.38
$51.83
$38.86
$31.95

$21.08
$32.37
$28.71
$61.00
$33.19
$43.82
$47.20
$36.56
$21.84
$87.54
$22.63
$18.15
$24.58

$20.67
$18.95
$21.86
$57.60
$30.05
$40.74
$38.67
$31.30
$17.70
$63.32
$20.56
$11.58
$19.38

$22.47
$34.26
$28.04
$61.06
$35.43
$46.86
$47.78
$36.37
$20.85
$81.20
$22.48
$19.32
$24.27

$22.48
$43.92
$33.94
$66.00
$36.37
$51.84
$52.11
$43.60
$25.33
$91.54
$25.07
$22.53
$29.50

$29,984
$39,657
$34,190
$34,704
$78,068
$30,759
$161 630
$161,630
$76,411
$63,566
$21,430
$20,868
$39,665
$35,885
$48,525
$95,657
$60,048
$48,938
$90,874
$44,855
$56,909
$63,248
$88,013
$74,012
$54,143
$58,090
$43,856
$67,317
$59,715
$126,879
$69,030
$91,136
$98,165
$76,045
$45,434
$182,090
$47,074
$37,750
$51,128

2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - 138

SOC
Code

Balance of State East, WA
Occupational Title

45-2092
45-2093
43-4071
13-2051
11-3031
13-2099
33-2011
33-1021
39-9031
27-1023
35-1012
35-2021
35-3041
11-9051
25-1124
19-4093
45-4011
19-1032
13-1131
39-3011
11-1021
45-2041
27-1024
39-5012
29-1199
21-1091
29-2099
29-9099
31-9099
49-9021
53 1021
53-1021
47-4051