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Profession  --> U.S. Dept. Labor Description Avg Salary  Top 10 %
Accountants and auditors
     majors»
$60,670 >= $94,050 
Actors
     majors»
$22/hr >= $51/hr 
Actuaries
     majors»
$91,810 >= $91,810 
Administrative law judges, adjudicators, and hearing officers$77,730 >= $133,850 
Administrative services managers
     majors»
$72,840 >= $117,610 
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors$46,690 >= $75,680 
Advertising and promotions managers$85,140 >= $85,140 
Advertising sales agents
     majors»
$51,370 >= $91,280 
Aerospace engineering and operations technicians$54,480 >= $74,860 
Aerospace engineers
     majors»
$89,260 >= $124,550 
Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes$84,070 >= $84,070 
Agricultural and food science technicians$33,700 >= $49,270 
Agricultural engineers$67,810 >= $96,270 
Agricultural equipment operators$21,950 >= $32,100 
Agricultural inspectors$38,820 >= $55,620 
Agricultural sciences teachers, postsecondary$77,190 >= $118,180 
Agricultural workers, all other$25,070 >= $40,060 
Air traffic controllers
     majors»
$110,270 >= $110,270 
Aircraft cargo handling supervisors$45,440 >= $75,040 
Aircraft mechanics and service technicians
     majors»
$49,300 >= $71,780 
Aircraft structure, surfaces, rigging, and systems assemblers$43,860 >= $59,540 
Airfield operations specialists
     majors»
$41,400 >= $70,860 
Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers$140,380 >= $140,380 
All Occupations$39,190 >= $72,960 
All other information and record clerks$32,900 >= $48,100 
Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical technicians$21,930 >= $31,800 
Amusement and recreation attendants$17,530 >= $24,030 
Anesthesiologists$184,340 >= $184,340 
Animal breeders$31,970 >= $54,650 
Animal control workers$29,370 >= $44,800 
Animal scientists
     majors»
$53,230 >= $81,430 
Animal trainers$29,920 >= $46,630 
Anthropologists and archeologists$52,900 >= $81,490 
Anthropology and archeology teachers, postsecondary$68,240 >= $109,330 
Appraisers and assessors of real estate$51,110 >= $86,140 
Arbitrators, mediators, and conciliators$58,790 >= $102,020 
Architects, except landscape and naval$69,760 >= $104,970 
Architectural and civil drafters$43,900 >= $63,310 
Architecture and engineering occupations$66,190 >= $104,250 
Architecture teachers, postsecondary$67,390 >= $101,700 
Archivists$44,400 >= $73,060 
Area, ethnic, and cultural studies teachers, postsecondary$63,710 >= $106,080 
Art directors
     majors»
$78,420 >= $135,090 
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary
     majors»
$58,250 >= $94,270 
Artists and related workers, all other$48,890 >= $88,430 
Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations$46,110 >= $82,330 
Assemblers and fabricators, all other$31,000 >= $55,130 
Astronomers$95,000 >= $95,000 
Athletes and sports competitors$74,440 >= $74,440 
Athletic trainers$38,860 >= $57,580 
Atmospheric and space scientists$77,810 >= $119,700 
Atmospheric, earth, marine, and space sciences teachers, postsecondary$74,880 >= $121,500 
Audio and video equipment technicians$38,710 >= $62,550 
Audio-visual collections specialists$42,090 >= $65,610 
Audiologists$61,110 >= $89,160 
Automotive body and related repairers$38,230 >= $59,720 
Automotive glass installers and repairers$32,050 >= $46,220 
Automotive service technicians and mechanics$36,070 >= $56,620 
Avionics technicians
     majors»
$47,380 >= $63,090 
Baggage porters and bellhops$21,580 >= $35,550 
Bailiffs$36,260 >= $58,270 
Bakers$23,710 >= $35,380 
Barbers$26,540 >= $42,770 
Bartenders$18,540 >= $28,210 
Bicycle repairers$22,610 >= $31,090 
Bill and account collectors$30,640 >= $43,930 
Billing and posting clerks and machine operators$29,930 >= $41,750 
Bindery workers$27,370 >= $41,880 
Biochemists and biophysicists$80,900 >= $129,510 
Biological science teachers, postsecondary$82,110 >= $82,110 
Biological scientists, all other$63,560 >= $95,130 
Biological technicians$38,240 >= $57,890 
Biomedical engineers
     majors»
$78,030 >= $116,330 
Boilermakers$48,600 >= $71,170 
Bookbinders$32,210 >= $47,200 
Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks
     majors»
$31,780 >= $46,020 
Brickmasons and blockmasons$44,370 >= $67,450 
Bridge and lock tenders$35,930 >= $50,360 
Broadcast news analysts$66,910 >= $66,910 
Broadcast technicians$35,540 >= $64,860 
Brokerage clerks
     majors»
$39,280 >= $57,600 
Budget analysts
     majors»
$63,920 >= $93,080 
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations$22,580 >= $34,990 
Building cleaning workers, all other$28,670 >= $49,730 
Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists$38,440 >= $55,120 
Bus drivers, school
     majors»
$25,130 >= $36,630 
Bus drivers, transit and intercity$33,050 >= $50,090 
Business and financial operations occupations$60,000 >= $95,890 
Business operations specialists, all other$60,240 >= $96,590 
Business teachers, postsecondary
     majors»
$70,220 >= $120,620 
Butchers and meat cutters$28,310 >= $43,260 
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters$28,760 >= $43,060 
Camera and photographic equipment repairers$36,600 >= $54,860 
Camera operators, television, video, and motion picture$46,150 >= $84,500 
Captains, mates, and pilots of water vessels$57,060 >= $89,230 
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians$43,990 >= $67,410 
Cargo and freight agents$38,560 >= $57,440 
Carpenters$39,930 >= $63,330 
Carpet installers$38,280 >= $64,710 
Cartographers and photogrammetrists$52,600 >= $80,520 
Cashiers$17,930 >= $24,210 
Cement masons and concrete finishers$35,630 >= $56,310 
Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders$26,840 >= $39,810 
Chefs and head cooks
     majors»
$37,880 >= $60,730 
Chemical engineers$81,600 >= $118,670 
Chemical equipment operators and tenders$41,300 >= $58,440 
Chemical plant and system operators$48,930 >= $66,820 
Chemical technicians$40,970 >= $60,120 
Chemistry teachers, postsecondary$70,100 >= $116,910 
Chemists
     majors»
$66,040 >= $106,310 
Chief executives
     majors»
$144,600 >= $144,600 
Child care workers$18,820 >= $27,050 
Child, family, and school social workers$40,640 >= $62,530 
Chiropractors
     majors»
$81,070 >= $81,070 
Choreographers$38,320 >= $64,070 
Civil engineering technicians$42,380 >= $62,920 
Civil engineers
     majors»
$72,120 >= $104,420 
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators$52,750 >= $79,170 
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment
     majors»
$20,130 >= $29,820 
Cleaning, washing, and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders$25,420 >= $39,410 
Clergy$43,060 >= $69,720 
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists
     majors»
$66,110 >= $102,730 
Coaches and scouts
     majors»
$33,290 >= $58,890 
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders$28,230 >= $41,320 
Coil winders, tapers, and finishers$26,910 >= $37,450 
Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers$29,820 >= $44,410 
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food$15,930 >= $21,130 
Commercial and industrial designers$59,340 >= $92,970 
Commercial divers$45,410 >= $75,770 
Commercial pilots
     majors»
$66,720 >= $115,220 
Communications equipment operators, all other$33,130 >= $51,120 
Communications teachers, postsecondary$56,600 >= $90,710 
Community and social service specialists, all other$37,410 >= $57,790 
Community and social services occupations$39,000 >= $62,280 
Compensation and benefits managers$82,010 >= $132,820 
Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists$53,500 >= $80,150 
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation$50,890 >= $80,380 
Computer and information scientists, research
     majors»
$96,440 >= $144,880 
Computer and information systems managers
     majors»
$107,250 >= $107,250 
Computer and mathematical occupations$69,240 >= $109,240 
Computer hardware engineers$91,280 >= $135,260 
Computer operators
     majors»
$35,010 >= $51,970 
Computer programmers
     majors»
$69,500 >= $106,610 
Computer science teachers, postsecondary$65,000 >= $108,780 
Computer software engineers, applications
     majors»
$82,000 >= $119,770 
Computer software engineers, systems software
     majors»
$87,250 >= $125,750 
Computer specialists, all other$69,370 >= $103,270 
Computer support specialists
     majors»
$44,350 >= $68,540 
Computer systems analysts
     majors»
$72,230 >= $106,820 
Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers$38,050 >= $56,910 
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic$32,820 >= $46,690 
Concierges$26,000 >= $38,210 
Conservation scientists$55,410 >= $80,260 
Construction and building inspectors$48,620 >= $72,590 
Construction and extraction occupations$39,290 >= $64,800 
Construction and related workers, all other$32,880 >= $51,550 
Construction laborers
     majors»
$29,930 >= $50,320 
Construction managers
     majors»
$82,760 >= $135,780 
Continuous mining machine operators$40,310 >= $54,520 
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door$45,290 >= $66,380 
Conveyor operators and tenders$27,970 >= $40,030 
Cooks, all other$23,590 >= $35,020 
Cooks, fast food$15,960 >= $20,770 
Cooks, institution and cafeteria$21,320 >= $30,770 
Cooks, private household$28,370 >= $55,040 
Cooks, restaurant
     majors»
$21,020 >= $28,850 
Cooks, short order$18,710 >= $26,110 
Cooling and freezing equipment operators and tenders$25,970 >= $39,160 
Correctional officers and jailers$38,310 >= $58,580 
Correspondence clerks$29,850 >= $42,810 
Cost estimators$56,820 >= $88,310 
Costume attendants$29,540 >= $52,030 
Counselors, all other$40,280 >= $60,600 
Counter and rental clerks$23,340 >= $37,800 
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop$16,950 >= $22,590 
Couriers and messengers$23,170 >= $34,510 
Court reporters
     majors»
$48,370 >= $77,770 
Court, municipal, and license clerks$32,580 >= $47,680 
Craft artists
     majors»
$28,610 >= $46,700 
Crane and tower operators$41,450 >= $63,210 
Credit analysts
     majors»
$60,190 >= $100,280 
Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks$31,710 >= $46,390 
Criminal justice and law enforcement teachers, postsecondary$55,310 >= $89,850 
Crossing guards$22,270 >= $32,020 
Crushing, grinding, and polishing machine setters, operators, and tenders$29,570 >= $44,140 
Curators$49,980 >= $80,030 
Customer service representatives
     majors»
$30,400 >= $45,990 
Cutters and trimmers, hand$24,370 >= $36,300 
Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders$29,610 >= $44,310 
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$27,730 >= $40,400 
Dancers$14/hr >= $26/hr 
Data entry keyers$25,640 >= $35,970 
Database administrators
     majors»
$67,460 >= $103,010 
Demonstrators and product promoters$25,770 >= $40,090 
Dental assistants
     majors»
$30,850 >= $43,040 
Dental hygienists$62,430 >= $86,530 
Dental laboratory technicians$34,910 >= $54,350 
Dentists, all other specialists$108,340 >= $108,340 
Dentists, general$140,950 >= $140,950 
Derrick operators, oil and gas$37,930 >= $55,100 
Designers, all other$48,890 >= $80,180 
Desktop publishers
     majors»
$36,120 >= $55,040 
Detectives and criminal investigators
     majors»
$60,390 >= $92,590 
Diagnostic medical sonographers$58,110 >= $77,520 
Dietetic technicians$26,090 >= $38,520 
Dietitians and nutritionists$47,890 >= $68,330 
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers$16,320 >= $22,050 
Directors, religious activities and education$37,570 >= $61,040 
Dishwashers$16,190 >= $20,800 
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance$34,450 >= $53,250 
Door-to-door sales workers, news and street vendors, and related workers$26,880 >= $50,740 
Drafters, all other$45,480 >= $69,810 
Dredge operators$37,050 >= $57,930 
Drilling and boring machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$31,640 >= $47,370 
Driver/sales workers$24,380 >= $42,230 
Drywall and ceiling tile installers$38,810 >= $60,010 
Earth drillers, except oil and gas$37,030 >= $54,750 
Economics teachers, postsecondary$79,370 >= $130,990 
Economists
     majors»
$83,500 >= $136,550 
Editors
     majors»
$53,220 >= $87,400 
Education administrators, all other$71,520 >= $114,500 
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school
     majors»
$79,200 >= $112,990 
Education administrators, postsecondary$82,820 >= $137,900 
Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program$43,430 >= $70,360 
Education teachers, postsecondary$57,410 >= $94,960 
Education, training, and library occupations$45,320 >= $75,970 
Education, training, and library workers, all other$35,640 >= $61,950 
Educational, vocational, and school counselors
     majors»
$49,760 >= $75,920 
Electric motor, power tool, and related repairers$34,810 >= $52,760 
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians$50,840 >= $73,200 
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers$27,510 >= $41,210 
Electrical and electronics drafters$49,610 >= $74,490 
Electrical and electronics installers and repairers, transportation equipment$43,650 >= $59,870 
Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment$45,670 >= $64,270 
Electrical and electronics repairers, powerhouse, substation, and relay$56,870 >= $73,830 
Electrical engineers
     majors»
$78,900 >= $115,240 
Electrical power-line installers and repairers$49,900 >= $71,130 
Electricians$46,620 >= $72,700 
Electro-mechanical technicians$46,540 >= $68,700 
Electromechanical equipment assemblers$28,930 >= $42,600 
Electronic equipment installers and repairers, motor vehicles$31,190 >= $48,770 
Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers$31,710 >= $46,640 
Electronics engineers, except computer$82,820 >= $119,900 
Elementary school teachers, except special education
     majors»
$48,700 >= $72,720 
Elevator installers and repairers$61,930 >= $87,660 
Eligibility interviewers, government programs
     majors»
$37,770 >= $50,550 
Embalmers$40,410 >= $59,900 
Emergency management specialists$50,450 >= $80,850 
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics$29,390 >= $45,280 
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists
     majors»
$50,070 >= $81,680 
Engine and other machine assemblers$35,400 >= $55,530 
Engineering managers$110,030 >= $110,030 
Engineering teachers, postsecondary$82,080 >= $129,610 
Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other$53,850 >= $77,080 
Engineers, all other$81,750 >= $120,610 
English language and literature teachers, postsecondary
     majors»
$57,320 >= $94,290 
Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other$17/hr >= $27/hr 
Environmental engineering technicians$43,100 >= $66,120 
Environmental engineers$72,590 >= $106,230 
Environmental science and protection technicians, including health$40,260 >= $60,700 
Environmental science teachers, postsecondary$71,980 >= $119,260 
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health$61,120 >= $94,670 
Epidemiologists$60,290 >= $87,300 
Etchers and engravers$27,750 >= $42,320 
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators$35,740 >= $54,460 
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants
     majors»
$39,160 >= $56,740 
Explosives workers, ordnance handling experts, and blasters$41,240 >= $56,190 
Extraction workers, all other$38,470 >= $64,550 
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$29,330 >= $41,920 
Extruding and forming machine setters, operators, and tenders, synthetic and glass fibers$29,910 >= $43,390 
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders$29,230 >= $43,380 
Fabric and apparel patternmakers$38,380 >= $69,110 
Fabric menders, except garment$30,260 >= $46,400 
Fallers$32,960 >= $55,040 
Family and general practitioners$149,850 >= $149,850 
Farm and home management advisors$46,990 >= $73,520 
Farm equipment mechanics$30,320 >= $43,210 
Farm labor contractors$28,850 >= $48,320 
Farm, ranch, and other agricultural managers$58,550 >= $100,050 
Farmers and ranchers$43,520 >= $76,030 
Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations$21,810 >= $35,780 
Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse$17,630 >= $23,110 
Farmworkers, farm and ranch animals$20,630 >= $30,120 
Fashion designers
     majors»
$69,270 >= $117,120 
Fence erectors$28,130 >= $40,830 
Fiberglass laminators and fabricators$26,960 >= $37,510 
File clerks$23,540 >= $34,760 
Film and video editors$58,100 >= $110,720 
Financial analysts
     majors»
$77,280 >= $130,130 
Financial examiners$71,240 >= $118,000 
Financial managers$101,450 >= $101,450 
Financial specialists, all other$59,600 >= $94,600 
Fine artists, including painters, sculptors, and illustrators
     majors»
$47,100 >= $79,390 
Fire fighters$42,370 >= $66,140 
Fire inspectors and investigators$49,950 >= $74,930 
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers$57,500 >= $87,270 
First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers$54,630 >= $81,230 
First-line supervisors/managers of farming, fishing, and forestry workers$40,210 >= $64,310 
First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers$65,030 >= $97,820 
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers$28,870 >= $43,750 
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand$41,940 >= $63,490 
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers$33,610 >= $51,490 
First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers$40,240 >= $60,930 
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers$56,110 >= $83,670 
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers$76,840 >= $135,270 
First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers$46,530 >= $71,340 
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers$36,090 >= $56,960 
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives$70,230 >= $104,410 
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers$50,480 >= $76,820 
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers$38,830 >= $59,710 
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators$50,990 >= $76,270 
First-line supervisors/managers, protective service workers, all other$46,350 >= $73,240 
Fish and game wardens$44,200 >= $62,270 
Fishers and related fishing workers$28,510 >= $45,480 
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors
     majors»
$31,710 >= $56,750 
Flight attendants
     majors»
$56,150 >= $99,300 
Floor layers, except carpet, wood, and hard tiles$39,120 >= $67,220 
Floor sanders and finishers$31,810 >= $50,360 
Floral designers$23,040 >= $33,650 
Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders$25,710 >= $38,740 
Food batchmakers$24,790 >= $37,930 
Food cooking machine operators and tenders$22,750 >= $34,350 
Food preparation and serving related occupations$18,430 >= $27,510 
Food preparation and serving related workers, all other$19,360 >= $27,970 
Food preparation workers$18,480 >= $25,940 
Food scientists and technologists$59,260 >= $97,350 
Food servers, nonrestaurant$19,710 >= $28,720 
Food service managers$46,780 >= $70,810 
Foreign language and literature teachers, postsecondary$60,050 >= $100,790 
Forensic science technicians$48,130 >= $73,100 
Forest and conservation technicians$33,780 >= $49,380 
Forest and conservation workers$24,890 >= $39,580 
Forest fire inspectors and prevention specialists$35,810 >= $59,050 
Foresters$52,450 >= $74,570 
Forestry and conservation science teachers, postsecondary$66,970 >= $102,630 
Forging machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$29,980 >= $43,560 
Foundry mold and coremakers$29,950 >= $42,630 
Funeral attendants$21,970 >= $32,390 
Funeral directors$57,250 >= $91,800 
Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders$31,720 >= $46,180 
Furniture finishers$26,680 >= $39,500 
Gaming and sports book writers and runners$20,850 >= $33,030 
Gaming cage workers$24,170 >= $33,120 
Gaming change persons and booth cashiers$21,470 >= $30,150 
Gaming dealers$17,010 >= $25,100 
Gaming managers$67,340 >= $104,070 
Gaming service workers, all other$24,110 >= $36,360 
Gaming supervisors
     majors»
$42,390 >= $61,700 
Gaming surveillance officers and gaming investigators$30,470 >= $45,940 
Gas compressor and gas pumping station operators$44,760 >= $61,190 
Gas plant operators$53,870 >= $72,200 
General and operations managers
     majors»
$99,280 >= $99,280 
Geographers$63,720 >= $93,930 
Geography teachers, postsecondary$62,850 >= $98,200 
Geological and petroleum technicians$51,490 >= $88,150 
Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers$79,890 >= $135,950 
Glaziers$38,060 >= $63,490 
Graders and sorters, agricultural products$18,610 >= $25,650 
Graduate teaching assistants
     majors»
$30,190 >= $46,770 
Graphic designers
     majors»
$43,830 >= $69,730 
Grinding and polishing workers, hand$25,460 >= $36,180 
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$29,780 >= $44,560 
Grounds maintenance workers, all other$24,490 >= $41,830 
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists$24,550 >= $39,070 
Hazardous materials removal workers$38,340 >= $59,180 
Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors$68,400 >= $100,160 
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other$83,110 >= $83,110 
Health educators
     majors»
$45,370 >= $72,500 
Health specialties teachers, postsecondary$91,260 >= $91,260 
Health technologists and technicians, all other$38,260 >= $59,020 
Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations$62,030 >= $105,970 
Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other$45,090 >= $81,910 
Healthcare support occupations$24,610 >= $35,750 
Healthcare support workers, all other$28,170 >= $40,390 
Heat treating equipment setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$31,750 >= $45,330 
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers$39,710 >= $59,430 
Helpers, construction trades, all other$24,820 >= $36,460 
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters$27,850 >= $42,220 
Helpers--carpenters$24,190 >= $33,630 
Helpers--electricians$25,050 >= $35,500 
Helpers--extraction workers$30,460 >= $44,860 
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers$24,210 >= $36,720 
Helpers--painters, paperhangers, plasterers, and stucco masons$22,620 >= $30,820 
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters$25,430 >= $35,800 
Helpers--production workers$22,120 >= $32,340 
Helpers--roofers$22,740 >= $31,340 
Highway maintenance workers$32,370 >= $46,890 
Historians$52,750 >= $89,940 
History teachers, postsecondary$63,200 >= $101,530 
Hoist and winch operators$36,530 >= $59,640 
Home appliance repairers$35,350 >= $53,750 
Home economics teachers, postsecondary$60,630 >= $100,660 
Home health aides$20,100 >= $27,030 
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop$16,860 >= $22,470 
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks$19,480 >= $27,030 
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping$34,740 >= $48,670 
Human resources managers, all other
     majors»
$94,910 >= $94,910 
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other$54,700 >= $88,630 
Hydrologists$68,230 >= $98,320 
Industrial engineering technicians$50,920 >= $79,180 
Industrial engineers
     majors»
$70,630 >= $100,980 
Industrial machinery mechanics$42,570 >= $62,080 
Industrial production managers
     majors»
$83,970 >= $130,680 
Industrial truck and tractor operators$29,090 >= $42,900 
Industrial-organizational psychologists
     majors»
$89,920 >= $139,620 
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers$32,190 >= $51,690 
Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations$39,060 >= $61,240 
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other$35,560 >= $56,370 
Instructional coordinators
     majors»
$55,570 >= $87,510 
Insulation workers, floor, ceiling, and wall$34,280 >= $57,730 
Insulation workers, mechanical$41,740 >= $69,450 
Insurance appraisers, auto damage
     majors»
$49,980 >= $68,420 
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks$32,740 >= $46,490 
Insurance sales agents$58,450 >= $115,090 
Insurance underwriters
     majors»
$57,960 >= $92,240 
Interior designers$48,000 >= $78,760 
Internists, general$160,860 >= $160,860 
Interpreters and translators$39,750 >= $64,290 
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan$27,190 >= $38,620 
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners$21,730 >= $33,060 
Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers$33,300 >= $54,940 
Job printers$34,020 >= $51,370 
Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates$95,640 >= $95,640 
Kindergarten teachers, except special education
     majors»
$47,040 >= $71,410 
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand$23,050 >= $34,780 
Landscape architects
     majors»
$60,480 >= $95,420 
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers$23,010 >= $34,240 
Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$33,250 >= $48,190 
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers$18,890 >= $26,210 
Law clerks
     majors»
$39,210 >= $59,240 
Law teachers, postsecondary$94,290 >= $94,290 
Lawyers
     majors»
$113,660 >= $113,660 
Lay-out workers, metal and plastic$35,080 >= $53,890 
Legal occupations$85,360 >= $85,360 
Legal secretaries
     majors»
$39,670 >= $58,770 
Legal support workers, all other$50,520 >= $84,840 
Legislators
     majors»
$32,730 >= $75,270 
Librarians
     majors»
$50,860 >= $74,670 
Library assistants, clerical$22,940 >= $34,810 
Library science teachers, postsecondary$57,550 >= $87,430 
Library technicians$27,910 >= $42,850 
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses$37,530 >= $50,480 
Life scientists, all other$64,480 >= $104,780 
Life, physical, and social science occupations$59,660 >= $101,110 
Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other$40,870 >= $64,060 
Lifeguards, ski patrol, and other recreational protective service workers$18,410 >= $25,440 
Loading machine operators, underground mining$40,290 >= $54,930 
Loan counselors
     majors»
$41,840 >= $65,370 
Loan interviewers and clerks$32,680 >= $47,140 
Loan officers
     majors»
$61,930 >= $107,040 
Locker room, coatroom, and dressing room attendants$19,760 >= $27,480 
Locksmiths and safe repairers$33,560 >= $51,170 
Locomotive engineers$61,850 >= $93,720 
Locomotive firers$45,680 >= $78,210 
Lodging managers$49,560 >= $82,510 
Log graders and scalers$30,980 >= $44,940 
Logging equipment operators$30,880 >= $44,490 
Logging workers, all other$31,720 >= $44,660 
Logisticians$65,640 >= $97,020 
Machine feeders and offbearers$24,080 >= $35,100 
Machinists$35,810 >= $52,640 
Maids and housekeeping cleaners$18,700 >= $26,390 
Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service$25,060 >= $36,100 
Maintenance and repair workers, general$33,510 >= $50,840 
Maintenance workers, machinery$36,390 >= $55,030 
Makeup artists, theatrical and performance$36,730 >= $70,750 
Management analysts$77,270 >= $128,330 
Management occupations$91,930 >= $91,930 
Managers, all other$87,250 >= $138,170 
Manicurists and pedicurists$21,280 >= $31,910 
Manufactured building and mobile home installers$26,600 >= $37,770 
Marine engineers and naval architects$75,400 >= $113,320 
Market research analysts
     majors»
$65,930 >= $112,510 
Marketing managers
     majors»
$107,610 >= $107,610 
Marriage and family therapists$44,700 >= $69,050 
Massage therapists
     majors»
$39,380 >= $70,360 
Material moving workers, all other$33,000 >= $52,670 
Materials engineers$75,960 >= $112,140 
Materials scientists$77,010 >= $118,670 
Mathematical science teachers, postsecondary$62,790 >= $103,330 
Mathematical scientists, all other$64,920 >= $93,210 
Mathematical technicians$46,010 >= $72,040 
Mathematicians$86,780 >= $132,190 
Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers$21,260 >= $29,070 
Mechanical door repairers$34,060 >= $50,520 
Mechanical drafters
     majors»
$45,960 >= $67,860 
Mechanical engineering technicians$47,710 >= $70,090 
Mechanical engineers
     majors»
$72,580 >= $104,900 
Media and communication equipment workers, all other$53,230 >= $89,690 
Media and communication workers, all other$46,310 >= $76,270 
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians$34,620 >= $50,250 
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists$50,550 >= $69,260 
Medical and health services managers$81,160 >= $127,830 
Medical and public health social workers$44,690 >= $64,070 
Medical appliance technicians$34,450 >= $56,160 
Medical assistants
     majors»
$27,190 >= $36,840 
Medical equipment preparers$26,980 >= $37,140 
Medical equipment repairers$43,040 >= $66,160 
Medical records and health information technicians$30,140 >= $45,260 
Medical scientists, except epidemiologists$70,350 >= $117,520 
Medical secretaries$29,220 >= $40,870 
Medical transcriptionists$30,660 >= $41,920 
Meeting and convention planners
     majors»
$45,580 >= $70,950 
Mental health and substance abuse social workers$37,980 >= $57,630 
Mental health counselors
     majors»
$37,840 >= $59,700 
Merchandise displayers and window trimmers$26,550 >= $41,370 
Metal workers and plastic workers, all other$37,730 >= $59,850 
Metal-refining furnace operators and tenders$33,560 >= $46,860 
Meter readers, utilities$32,040 >= $49,150 
Microbiologists$65,200 >= $108,270 
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education$49,470 >= $73,350 
Milling and planing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$32,280 >= $46,170 
Millwrights$47,820 >= $71,540 
Mine cutting and channeling machine operators$38,930 >= $50,990 
Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers$77,620 >= $128,410 
Mining machine operators, all other$38,490 >= $57,660 
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders$30,790 >= $45,550 
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines$41,390 >= $58,620 
Model makers, metal and plastic$44,130 >= $71,590 
Model makers, wood$33,000 >= $63,240 
Models$27,980 >= $38,850 
Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic$26,730 >= $39,400 
Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$27,330 >= $40,270 
Motion picture projectionists$20,180 >= $29,650 
Motor vehicle operators, all other$26,550 >= $45,000 
Motorboat mechanics$34,430 >= $50,750 
Motorboat operators$34,810 >= $55,170 
Motorcycle mechanics$32,000 >= $48,480 
Multi-media artists and animators$58,030 >= $92,720 
Multiple machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$32,140 >= $49,890 
Museum technicians and conservators$38,060 >= $61,270 
Music directors and composers
     majors»
$53,320 >= $110,850 
Musical instrument repairers and tuners$31,850 >= $50,580 
Musicians and singers
     majors»
$28/hr >= $57/hr 
Natural sciences managers$107,970 >= $107,970 
Network and computer systems administrators
     majors»
$65,260 >= $97,080 
Network systems and data communications analysts$67,460 >= $101,740 
New accounts clerks$29,510 >= $40,250 
Nonfarm animal caretakers$20,230 >= $30,460 
Nuclear engineers$92,040 >= $124,510 
Nuclear medicine technologists$63,000 >= $82,310 
Nuclear power reactor operators$70,800 >= $92,240 
Nuclear technicians$64,760 >= $89,240 
Numerical tool and process control programmers$44,810 >= $66,260 
Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants$22,960 >= $31,190 
Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary$58,690 >= $88,640 
Obstetricians and gynecologists$178,040 >= $178,040 
Occupational health and safety specialists$59,270 >= $86,590 
Occupational health and safety technicians$44,340 >= $68,640 
Occupational therapist aides$27,760 >= $44,130 
Occupational therapist assistants$42,110 >= $58,270 
Occupational therapists$62,510 >= $89,450 
Office and administrative support occupations$30,370 >= $46,960 
Office and administrative support workers, all other$29,260 >= $45,260 
Office clerks, general$25,200 >= $37,600 
Office machine operators, except computer$26,010 >= $37,330 
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators$40,560 >= $64,120 
Operations research analysts$69,100 >= $108,290 
Ophthalmic laboratory technicians$27,770 >= $41,560 
Opticians, dispensing$32,220 >= $47,630 
Optometrists$98,550 >= $98,550 
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons$164,760 >= $164,760 
Order clerks$28,130 >= $43,040 
Orthodontists$176,900 >= $176,900 
Orthotists and prosthetists$62,110 >= $94,240 
Outdoor power equipment and other small engine mechanics$27,950 >= $40,170 
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders$25,000 >= $37,930 
Packers and packagers, hand$19,340 >= $28,330 
Painters, construction and maintenance$34,220 >= $53,280 
Painters, transportation equipment$38,630 >= $58,450 
Painting, coating, and decorating workers$25,260 >= $37,910 
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders
     majors»
$32,610 >= $47,850 
Paperhangers$36,230 >= $55,680 
Paralegals and legal assistants
     majors»
$45,460 >= $67,540 
Parking enforcement workers$31,260 >= $46,940 
Parking lot attendants$18,450 >= $25,500 
Parts salespersons$30,010 >= $47,050 
Patternmakers, metal and plastic$38,090 >= $59,260 
Patternmakers, wood$33,690 >= $55,090 
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators$34,210 >= $52,620 
Payroll and timekeeping clerks$33,140 >= $46,500 
Pediatricians, general$141,440 >= $141,440 
Personal and home care aides$18,180 >= $24,120 
Personal care and service occupations$22,920 >= $36,940 
Personal care and service workers, all other$21,640 >= $33,590 
Personal financial advisors
     majors»
$86,730 >= $86,730 
Pest control workers$29,350 >= $43,370 
Pesticide handlers, sprayers, and applicators, vegetation$28,560 >= $41,850 
Petroleum engineers$101,620 >= $101,620 
Petroleum pump system operators, refinery operators, and gaugers$52,410 >= $72,050 
Pharmacists
     majors»
$93,500 >= $119,480 
Pharmacy aides
     majors»
$20,950 >= $30,450 
Pharmacy technicians$26,510 >= $36,720 
Philosophy and religion teachers, postsecondary$60,180 >= $96,600 
Photographers$31,830 >= $56,640 
Photographic process workers$26,710 >= $44,580 
Photographic processing machine operators$21,540 >= $31,030 
Physical scientists, all other$85,310 >= $136,130 
Physical therapist aides$23,290 >= $32,600 
Physical therapist assistants$41,410 >= $57,220 
Physical therapists$68,050 >= $94,810 
Physician assistants
     majors»
$74,270 >= $102,230 
Physicians and surgeons, all other$142,220 >= $142,220 
Physicists$95,580 >= $143,570 
Physics teachers, postsecondary$74,650 >= $120,210 
Pile-driver operators$49,950 >= $77,540 
Pipelayers$33,710 >= $53,510 
Plant and system operators, all other$46,450 >= $65,840 
Plasterers and stucco masons$37,260 >= $56,810 
Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$29,280 >= $43,970 
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters$45,830 >= $72,360 
Podiatrists$118,500 >= $118,500 
Police and sheriffs patrol officers
     majors»
$48,410 >= $72,450 
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers$32,590 >= $47,190 
Political science teachers, postsecondary$69,040 >= $113,480 
Political scientists$86,370 >= $133,120 
Postal service clerks$43,950 >= $49,750 
Postal service mail carriers$43,750 >= $50,830 
Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators$41,070 >= $49,570 
Postmasters and mail superintendents$55,630 >= $76,590 
Postsecondary teachers, all other$72,310 >= $120,580 
Pourers and casters, metal$30,930 >= $43,660 
Power distributors and dispatchers$62,640 >= $85,740 
Power plant operators$55,340 >= $75,240 
Precision instrument and equipment repairers, all other$47,230 >= $69,280 
Prepress technicians and workers$34,730 >= $53,480 
Preschool teachers, except special education
     majors»
$25,900 >= $39,960 
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials$18,470 >= $24,350 
Printing machine operators$32,840 >= $50,400 
Private detectives and investigators$38,290 >= $64,380 
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists$46,130 >= $71,160 
Procurement clerks$33,540 >= $47,180 
Producers and directors$72,210 >= $72,210 
Production occupations
     majors»
$30,480 >= $49,810 
Production workers, all other$28,740 >= $50,610 
Production, planning, and expediting clerks$40,000 >= $59,080 
Proofreaders and copy markers$29,380 >= $45,410 
Property, real estate, and community association managers
     majors»
$52,290 >= $95,170 
Prosthodontists$158,940 >= $158,940 
Protective service occupations$37,040 >= $65,130 
Protective service workers, all other$30,420 >= $50,460 
Psychiatric aides$24,990 >= $36,020 
Psychiatric technicians$30,450 >= $47,210 
Psychiatrists$149,990 >= $149,990 
Psychologists, all other$80,360 >= $123,840 
Psychology teachers, postsecondary$64,580 >= $104,390 
Public address system and other announcers$33,970 >= $61,760 
Public relations managers
     majors»
$92,250 >= $92,250 
Public relations specialists$53,760 >= $89,220 
Pump operators, except wellhead pumpers$40,670 >= $59,880 
Purchasing agents and buyers, farm products$53,730 >= $88,650 
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products$54,160 >= $83,900 
Purchasing managers$86,020 >= $132,040 
Radiation therapists$67,580 >= $92,110 
Radio and television announcers$36,120 >= $68,600 
Radio mechanics$39,880 >= $59,360 
Radio operators$38,870 >= $57,920 
Radiologic technologists and technicians$49,320 >= $68,920 
Rail car repairers
     majors»
$43,010 >= $58,270 
Rail transportation workers, all other$38,330 >= $51,570 
Rail yard engineers, dinkey operators, and hostlers$40,020 >= $56,670 
Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators$39,640 >= $53,860 
Railroad brake, signal, and switch operators$52,110 >= $77,160 
Railroad conductors and yardmasters$58,880 >= $89,460 
Real estate brokers
     majors»
$80,230 >= $80,230 
Real estate sales agents$54,350 >= $111,500 
Receptionists and information clerks$23,810 >= $33,750 
Recreation and fitness studies teachers, postsecondary$54,020 >= $90,790 
Recreation workers$22,950 >= $35,780 
Recreational therapists$36,510 >= $55,530 
Recreational vehicle service technicians$33,280 >= $48,300 
Refractory materials repairers, except brickmasons$40,790 >= $57,910 
Refuse and recyclable material collectors$31,110 >= $50,790 
Registered nurses
     majors»
$59,730 >= $83,440 
Rehabilitation counselors$32,870 >= $53,170 
Reinforcing iron and rebar workers$42,330 >= $71,030 
Religious workers, all other$29,350 >= $52,940 
Reporters and correspondents$41,900 >= $73,880 
Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks$30,120 >= $45,400 
Residential advisors
     majors»
$24,520 >= $36,610 
Respiratory therapists$48,610 >= $64,190 
Respiratory therapy technicians$39,860 >= $56,220 
Retail salespersons$23,940 >= $38,430 
Riggers$39,670 >= $58,700 
Rock splitters, quarry$28,940 >= $43,540 
Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic$32,080 >= $45,970 
Roof bolters, mining$42,200 >= $52,930 
Roofers$35,340 >= $55,720 
Rotary drill operators, oil and gas$42,350 >= $65,140 
Roustabouts, oil and gas$26,890 >= $38,430 
Sailors and marine oilers$32,710 >= $49,650 
Sales and related occupations$34,350 >= $68,450 
Sales and related workers, all other$40,820 >= $72,450 
Sales engineers
     majors»
$83,080 >= $127,680 
Sales managers
     majors»
$102,730 >= $102,730 
Sales representatives, services, all other
     majors»
$56,420 >= $98,960 
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products$58,540 >= $101,030 
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products$72,700 >= $121,850 
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood$25,380 >= $36,220 
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education$51,150 >= $76,100 
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive$28,460 >= $41,550 
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents$90,380 >= $90,380 
Security and fire alarm systems installers$36,410 >= $53,830 
Security guards$23,620 >= $35,840 
Segmental pavers$28,600 >= $39,740 
Self-enrichment education teachers$38,470 >= $66,600 
Semiconductor processors$34,730 >= $49,470 
Separating, filtering, clarifying, precipitating, and still machine setters, operators, and tenders$36,130 >= $53,620 
Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners$32,560 >= $47,870 
Service station attendants$19,150 >= $27,290 
Service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining$36,120 >= $55,370 
Set and exhibit designers$45,620 >= $76,670 
Sewers, hand$21,680 >= $31,730 
Sewing machine operators$20,340 >= $28,850 
Shampooers$17,050 >= $22,630 
Sheet metal workers$40,780 >= $67,180 
Ship engineers$59,340 >= $92,860 
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks$27,480 >= $40,590 
Shoe and leather workers and repairers$21,660 >= $30,710 
Shoe machine operators and tenders$22,710 >= $31,810 
Shuttle car operators$39,350 >= $48,320 
Signal and track switch repairers$49,870 >= $62,840 
Skin care specialists$29,550 >= $51,040 
Slaughterers and meat packers$21,940 >= $28,570 
Slot key persons$25,300 >= $38,510 
Social and community service managers$56,090 >= $88,600 
Social and human service assistants$27,200 >= $40,780 
Social science research assistants
     majors»
$35,840 >= $54,930 
Social sciences teachers, postsecondary, all other$69,640 >= $123,180 
Social scientists and related workers, all other$67,720 >= $103,390 
Social work teachers, postsecondary
     majors»
$57,990 >= $91,610 
Social workers, all other
     majors»
$44,950 >= $68,500 
Sociologists$68,300 >= $115,770 
Sociology teachers, postsecondary$63,160 >= $104,820 
Soil and plant scientists$59,330 >= $93,460 
Sound engineering technicians$50,260 >= $90,770 
Special education teachers, middle school
     majors»
$52,550 >= $80,170 
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school$49,710 >= $73,620 
Special education teachers, secondary school$52,520 >= $78,020 
Speech-language pathologists$60,840 >= $90,400 
Stationary engineers and boiler operators$46,990 >= $68,690 
Statistical assistants$32,950 >= $48,690 
Statisticians$69,080 >= $108,630 
Stock clerks and order fillers$22,440 >= $34,200 
Stonemasons$38,040 >= $59,190 
Structural iron and steel workers$43,950 >= $72,340 
Structural metal fabricators and fitters$31,440 >= $44,850 
Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors$35,950 >= $52,340 
Subway and streetcar operators$46,180 >= $57,150 
Surgeons$184,150 >= $184,150 
Surgical technologists$37,370 >= $51,140 
Survey researchers
     majors»
$39,680 >= $73,630 
Surveying and mapping technicians$34,590 >= $53,310 
Surveyors$51,390 >= $79,910 
Switchboard operators, including answering service$23,640 >= $33,140 
Tailors, dressmakers, and custom sewers$24,770 >= $36,680 
Tank car, truck, and ship loaders$34,200 >= $53,330 
Tapers$42,590 >= $64,970 
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents$49,690 >= $81,890 
Tax preparers$33,160 >= $56,640 
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs$22,080 >= $32,860 
Teacher assistants
     majors»
$21,860 >= $31,610 
Teachers and instructors, all other$35,370 >= $63,560 
Team assemblers$26,180 >= $39,810 
Technical writers
     majors»
$60,850 >= $91,720 
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers$50,610 >= $68,310 
Telecommunications line installers and repairers$45,740 >= $68,220 
Telemarketers$24,190 >= $38,430 
Telephone operators$32,710 >= $46,670 
Tellers
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$22,810 >= $30,020 
Terrazzo workers and finishers$34,900 >= $56,610 
Textile bleaching and dyeing machine operators and tenders$23,920 >= $32,720 
Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders$22,740 >= $32,620 
Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and tenders$24,530 >= $32,800 
Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine setters, operators, and tenders$23,550 >= $30,150 
Textile, apparel, and furnishings workers, all other$24,770 >= $36,600 
Therapists, all other$45,070 >= $72,640 
Tile and marble setters$39,360 >= $62,290 
Timing device assemblers, adjusters, and calibrators$30,530 >= $46,760 
Tire builders$38,220 >= $56,940 
Tire repairers and changers$22,790 >= $32,890 
Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers$40,660 >= $63,650 
Tool and die makers$45,650 >= $67,420 
Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners$32,210 >= $46,240 
Tour guides and escorts$22,310 >= $34,630 
Traffic technicians$38,840 >= $57,250 
Training and development managers
     majors»
$86,670 >= $141,140 
Training and development specialists$51,100 >= $80,630 
Transit and railroad police$49,620 >= $73,430 
Transportation and material moving occupations$29,460 >= $47,680 
Transportation attendants, except flight attendants and baggage porters$21,140 >= $30,580 
Transportation inspectors$55,370 >= $95,310 
Transportation workers, all other$32,350 >= $49,590 
Transportation, storage, and distribution managers$78,560 >= $120,470 
Travel agents$31,460 >= $46,270 
Travel guides$30,840 >= $48,580 
Tree trimmers and pruners$29,910 >= $44,350 
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer$36,320 >= $52,820 
Truck drivers, light or delivery services$27,520 >= $44,160 
Umpires, referees, and other sports officials$27,450 >= $45,430 
Upholsterers$28,500 >= $41,950 
Urban and regional planners$58,940 >= $86,880 
Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers$17,500 >= $24,340 
Veterinarians$81,490 >= $133,150 
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers$21,060 >= $29,510 
Veterinary technologists and technicians$27,750 >= $38,850 
Vocational education teachers, middle school$46,650 >= $67,490 
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary$47,110 >= $73,610 
Vocational education teachers, secondary school$51,050 >= $73,280 
Waiters and waitresses$17,190 >= $25,910 
Watch repairers$32,760 >= $52,160 
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators$37,180 >= $55,120 
Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping$27,330 >= $41,150 
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers$32,880 >= $46,800 
Welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and tenders$33,440 >= $52,920 
Wellhead pumpers$36,760 >= $53,950 
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products$51,010 >= $83,080 
Woodworkers, all other$25,030 >= $39,250 
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing$25,110 >= $35,950 
Word processors and typists$30,540 >= $43,330 
Writers and authors$58,080 >= $97,700 
Zoologists and wildlife biologists
     majors»
$56,120 >= $84,580 
Courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor website & the 2006-2007 Occupational Outlook Handbook
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