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Occupational Profile
Occupation Category
Production
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Job printers
City, State Workforce Salary (Year) Pay (Hour)
Baltimore, MD750$29,290$14.08
Dallas, TX690$30,770$14.79
Des Moines, IA400$29,740$14.30
Detroit, MI550$31,470$15.13
Houston, TX270$25,840$12.42
Indianapolis, IN380$27,180$13.07
Lansing Metro, MI350$30,450$14.64
Milwaukee Metro, WI780$29,440$14.15
New York, NY980$35,000$16.83
Orange County, CA640$24,300$11.68
Philadelphia, PA660$29,920$14.38
Phoenix Metro, AZ770$26,170$12.58
Pittsburgh, PA610$25,960$12.48
Portland Metro, OR370$31,890$15.33
Providence Metro, RI140$28,280$13.60
Springfield, MO110$23,640$11.37
St. Louis, MO980$28,300$13.61
Tulsa, OK230$24,490$11.77
Vallejo Metro, CA60$35,610$17.12
Washington, DC1,370$31,310$15.05
Percentage Growth Comparative Growth
2,280.01%
100
241.26%
10
213.71%
9
35.44%
1
105.93%
4
172.53%
7
700.41%
30
98.89%
4
97.46%
4
123.55%
5
209.62%
9
507.87%
22
910.83%
39
449.24%
19
66.51%
2
300.37%
13
327.14%
14
244.63%
10
127.32%
5
1,724.37%
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