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Occupational Profile
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City, State Workforce Salary (Year) Pay (Hour)
Charleston Metro, SC80$26,280$12.63
Charlotte Metro, NC430$24,720$11.88
Columbus, OH290$28,560$13.73
Corpus Christi, TX170$19,090$9.18
Dallas, TX1,370$22,240$10.69
El Paso, TX260$21,090$10.14
Fort Smith, AR80$22,130$10.64
Lakeland Metro, FL110$21,990$10.57
Las Vegas, NV240$31,900$15.34
Macon, GA90$22,910$11.01
Middlesex Metro, NJ230$43,410$20.87
Minneapolis Metro, MN440$31,530$15.16
Norfolk Metro, VA200$32,260$15.51
Oklahoma City, OK190$22,920$11.02
Orlando, FL270$23,180$11.14
Richmond Metro, VA320$26,990$12.98
Sarasota Metro, FL90$20,140$9.68
Savannah, GA90$26,840$12.90
Tampa Metro, FL570$26,580$12.78
Wheeling, WV80$28,330$13.62
Percentage Growth Comparative Growth
19.66%
6
25.33%
8
42.74%
14
62.46%
21
199.17%
69
285.69%
100
49.48%
17
131.92%
46
87.61%
30
16.94%
5
132.67%
46
33.43%
11
25.73%
9
13.55%
4
136.10%
47
226.90%
79
53.51%
18
42.24%
14
197.93%
69
27.17%
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