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Occupational Profile
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Urban and regional planners
City, State Workforce Salary (Year) Pay (Hour)
Birmingham, AL70$45,490$21.87
Boise City, ID70$39,950$19.21
Buffalo Metro, NY110$41,840$20.12
Colorado Springs, CO140$53,750$25.84
Columbus, OH180$42,040$20.21
Greensboro Metro, NC110$43,850$21.08
Madison, WI110$52,220$25.11
Miami, FL150$52,040$25.02
Monmouth Metro, NJ70$47,740$22.95
Nassau Metro, NY130$49,900$23.99
Oakland, CA580$64,630$31.07
Pittsburgh, PA120$44,750$21.51
Portland Metro, OR750$48,400$23.27
San Luis Obispo Metro, CA80$49,850$23.97
Tampa Metro, FL340$49,120$23.62
Percentage Growth Comparative Growth
134.47%
42
17.67%
5
58.74%
18
317.96%
100
83.76%
26
61.72%
19
199.11%
62
71.44%
22
77.72%
24
82.57%
25
42.69%
13
25.76%
8
83.12%
26
33.92%
10
16.11%
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