7 County Region Wage Survey

Occupational Wage Estimates, May, 2014  - Metro Milwaukee (1,2)
Management Occupations
SOC Employment (1) Median Hourly Wage Mean Hourly Wage Average Annual Wage
General & operations managers
11-1021
10,490
$46.40
$57.34
$119,270
Computer & information systems managers
 11-3021 2,420 54.76 57.04 118,640
Industrial production managers
 11-3051
1,860 46.58 52.31 108,810
Transportation, storage & distribution managers
 11-3071 560 40.63 43.59 90,660
Engineering managers
 11-9041 1,260 52.35 55.53 115,500

         
Business & Financial Operations Occupations




Purchasing agents, exc. wholesale, retail & farm
 13-1023
2,440 27.21 28.11 58,470
Logisticians  13-1081 810 32.73 33.89 70,490
Management analysts
 13-1111 3,790 36.91 38.69 80,480
Business operations specialists, all other
 13-1199 4,520 30.86 32.34 67,270
Accountants & auditors 13-2011 6,550 30.93 33.69 70,070
Financial analysts
 13-2051 2,160 33.88 38.36 79,790
           
Computer & Mathematical Occupations




Computer system analysts
15-1121
4,110 36.66 42.43 88,260
Computer programmers 15-1131 2,350 33.23 34.32 71,390
Software developers, applications
 15-1132 4,150 38.89 39.68 82,530
Software developers, systems software
 15-1133 1,320 41.59 42.78 88,990
Web developers
15-1134
780 27.46 29.03 60,390
Network & computer systems administrators 15-1142
2,750 33.90 35.09 72,990
Computer user support specialists 15-1151 3,250 22.90 24.41 50,760






Architecture & Engineering Occupations




Civil engineers 17-2051 1,390 34.54 36.63 76,190
Electrical engineers 17-2071 1,880 40.49 40.25 83,710
Industrial engineers 17-2112 2,840 35.13 36.32 75,540
Mechanical engineers 17-2141 3,340 34.49 35.21 73,240
Engineers, all other
17-2199 1,050 32.35 32.98 68,590
Engineers & electronic engineering technicians
 17-3023 970 25.29 25.04 52,090






Life, Physical and Social Science Occupations





Food scientists & technologists
19-1012 180 29.20 40.73 84,720
Chemists  19-2031 470 30.35 31.64 65,820
           
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports & Media Occupations
         
Commercial & industrial designers
 27-1021 230 30.54 30.55 63,550
Graphic designers  27-1024 1,670 22.76 24.08 50,080
Public relations specialists  27-3031 1,410 24.89 26.90 55,950

 



Healthcare Practitioner and Technical Occupations




Medical & clinical laboratory technologists 29-2011 1,540 26.54 26.73 55,600






Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations




Food preparation workers
 35-2021 2,870 9.21 9.89 20,560
Combined food prep. & serving, incl. fast food
 35-3021 17,870 8.59 8.72 18,130
Hosts & hostesses, restaurant 35-9031 2,170 8.62 8.70 18,090






Building Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance Occupations





Janitors & cleaners, exc. maids & housekeepers
37-2011 12,300 10.00 11.66 24,260
           
Sales & Related Occupations




Retail salesperson 41-2031 24,490 9.88 11.80 24,540
Sales reps., wholesale & mfg., tech. & scien.
 41-4011 2,040 33.06 37.86 78,750
Sales reps., wholesale & mfg., exc. tech. & scien.  41-4012 13,360 28.60 34.23 71,190
Telemarketers 41-9041 1,270 10.90 12.04 25,030






Office & Administrative Support Occupations




Bookkeeping, accounting & auditing clerk 43-3031 7,690 17.62 18.25 37,960
Customer service representative 43-4051 19,030 16.55 17.42 36,240
Shipping, receiving & traffic clerks
 43-5071 4,750 15.31 15.57 32,380
Stock clerk & order fillers 43-5081 9,350 10.23 11.68 24,300
Executive secretaries & administrative assist. 43-6011 3,360 23.10 23.49 48,850
Data entry keyers 43-9021 1,450 14.03 14.50 30,160
Word processors & typists 43-9022 390 18.33 19.77 41,110






Construction & Extraction Occupations





Electricians 47-2111 2,930 30.68 29.21 60,750
           
Installation, Maintenance & Repair Occupations




Industrial machinery mechanics 49-9041 1,730 26.25 28.08 58,410
Machine maintenance, machinery 49-9043 1,190 24.26 24.32 50,600






Production Occupations




First-line managers of production workers
 51-1011 5,390 28.43 29.39 61,130
Electrical & electronic equipment assemblers
 51-2022 2,250 15.02 16.42 34,150
Electromechanical equipment assemblers
 51-2023 590 16.91 17.72 36,850
Team assemblers 51-2092 10,320 14.84 16.89 35,130
Bakers
51-3011
1,110 11.77 12.39 25,760
Meat, poultry, & fish cutters & trimmers
 51-3022 270 13.01 13.19 27,430
Food batchmakers
 51-3092 1,120 13.53 14.13 29,380
Food cooking machine operators & tenders
 51-3093 60 12.80 13.87 28,840
Computer-controlled maching tool operators
51-4011
4,010 19.08 19.61 40,790
Computer numerically controlled mach. tool prog.
51-4012 550 24.39 23.99 49,900
Machinists 51-4041 5,670 19.93 20.00 41,590
Tool & die makers
51-4111 1,740 24.76 24.30 50,540
Welders, cutters, solderers & brazers 51-4121 3,360 18.52 19.54 40,650
Printing machine operators
 51-5112 2,190 19.17 19.67 40,900
Mixing & blending machine operators
 51-9023 1,010 17.78 18.28 38,020
Extruding, forming, pressing & compacting machine op.
 51-9041 400 11.18 12.81 26,640
Inspectors, testers, sorters, & weighers
 51-9061 3,740 17.50 18.41 38,290
Packaging & filling machine operators
 51-9111 4,150 14.49 15.27 31,750
Helpers - production workers
 51-9198 2,680 12.85 13.23 27,520
Production workers, all other
 51-9199 1,750 14.42 15.64 32,530






Transportation & Material Moving Occupations




First-line supervisors, of helpers, laborers etc.
 53-1021 1,180 22.45 24.24 50,430
Industrial truck & tractor operators 53-7051 2,340 15.92 16.52 34,370
Cleaners of vehicles & equipment
 53-7061 1,650 11.17 12.35 25,690
Laborers & freight & stock movers, hand 53-7062 17,450 11.90 13.14 27,330
Hand packers 53-7064 4,930 10.01 11.39 23,690






 
Occupational Wage Estimates, May, 2014 - Metro Racine (1,3)
Management Occupations
SOC Employment (1) Median Hourly Wage Mean Hourly Wage Average Annual Wage
General & operations managers
11-1021
740
$39.53 $49.07 $102,070
Computer & information systems managers
 11-3021 70 53.66 53.66 111,600
Industrial production managers
 11-3051
180 50.54 54.58 113,540
Transportation, storage & distribution managers
 11-3071 50
29.51 35.06 72,920
Engineering managers
 11-9041 140 56.92 55.59 115,630
           
Business & Financial Operations Occupations




Purchasing agents, exc. wholesale, retail & farm
 13-1023
160 26.62 26.82 55,780
Logisticians  13-1081 60 28.54 29.03 60,390
Management analysts
 13-1111 110 33.15 37.57 78,150
Business operations specialists, all other
 13-1199 120 26.75 26.83 55,810
Accountants & auditors 13-2011 440 30.02 32.32 67,220
Financial analysts
 13-2051 70 32.60 37.15 77,270






Computer & Mathematical Occupations




Computer systems analysts
15-1121
50 37.63 37.03 77,030
Computer programmers 15-1131 60 28.05 30.09 62,580
Software developers, applications
 15-1132 60 39.15 41.40 86,110
Software developers, systems software
 15-1133 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Web developers  15-1134 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Network & computer systems administrators 15-1142 140 31.65 32.87 68,370
Computer user support specialists
 15-1151 100 22.51 25.63 53,310






Architecture & Engineering Occupations




Civil engineers 17-2051 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Electrical engineers 17-2071 90 39.52 42.14 87,650
Industrial engineers 17-2112 230 38.34 37.56 78,120
Mechanical engineers 17-2141 340 36.51 37.71 78,450
Engineers, all other
17-2199
N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Electrical & electronic engineering technicians 17-3023 70 22.04 22.51 46,080






Life, Physical and Social Science Occupations





Food scientists & technologists
19-1012 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Chemists  19-2031 50 27.96 28.55 59,380
           
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports & Media Occupations
         
Commercial & industrial designers
 27-1021 40 32.57 30.53 63,490
Graphic designers
 27-1024 180 21.46 22.94 47,720
Public relations specialists
 27-3031 60 22.88 24.26 50,470
           
Healthcare Practitioner and Technical Occupations




Medical & clinical laboratory technologists 29-2011 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.






Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations




Food preparation workers
 35-2021 360 9.24 9.64 20,060
Combined food prep. & serving, incl. fast food
35-3021
1,410 8.63 9.13 18,990
Hosts & hostesses, restaurant
35-9031 170 8.62 8.67 18,030
           
Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance Occupations





Janitors & cleaners, exc. maids & housekeepers
37-2011 1,220 10.71 12.28 25,550
           
Sales & Related Occupations




Retail salesperson 41-2031 2,580 9.20 11.16 23,220
Sales reps., wholesale & mfg., tech. & scien.
41-4011
70 35.35 38.45 79,970
Sales reps., wholesale & mfg., exc. tech. & scien. 41-4012
940 26.10 29.40 61,140
Telemarketers 41-9041 N.A. N.A. N.A.
N.A.






Office & Administrative Support Occupations




Accounting, bookkeeping & auditing clerk 43-3031 800 16.98 17.52 36,440
Customer service representative 43-4051 1,250 16.84 17.84 37,110
Shipping, receiving & traffic clerks
 43-5071 460 14.52 15.00 31,200
Stock clerk & order fillers 43-5081 1,090 10.45 11.37 23,640
Executive secretaries & administrative assist. 43-6011 160 21.21 21.95 45,660
Data entry keyers 43-9021 50 11.50 12.54 26,080
Word processors & typists 43-9022 70 16.76 16.65 34,640






Construction & Extraction Occupations





Electricians 47-2111 290 32.44 30.97 64,420
           
Installation, Maintenance & Repair Occupations




Industrial machinery mechanics 49-9041 450 24.98 24.52 50,990
Machine maintenance, machinery 49-9043 90 20.16 18.97 39,450






Production Occupations




First-line managers of production workers
 51-1011 740 28.15 28.11 58,470
Electrical & electronic equipment assemblers
 51-2022 310 10.90 12.12 25,200
Electromechanical equipment assemblers
 51-2023 30 13.69 14.69 30,550
Team assemblers 51-2092 1,940 15.46 16.18 33,660
Bakers
51-3011
100 9.17 10.43 21,700
Meat, poultry, & fish cutters & trimmers
 51-3022 N.A. N.A. N.A.
N.A.
Food batchmakers
 51-3092 90 16.30 15.72 32,700
Food cooking machine operators & tenders
 51-3093 N.A.
N.A.
 N.A. N.A.
Computer-controlled machine tool operator
51-4011
420 16.08 16.69 34,710
Computer numerically controlled mach. tool prog.
51-4012 40 22.28 20.28 46,340
Machinists 51-4041 700 15.26 16.10 33,480
Tool & die makers
51-4111 160 24.92 23.63 49,160
Welders, cutters, solderers & brazers 51-4121 360 17.74 18.31 38,080
Printing machine operators
 51-5112 110 17.32 18.14 37,730
Mixing & blending machine operators
 51-9023 300 15.39 15.37 31,980
Extruding, forming, pressing & compacting machine op.
 51-9041 290 16.64 16.77 34,890
Inspectors, testers, sorters, & weighers
 51-9061 560 18.35 18.15 37,750
Packaging & filling machine operators
 51-9111 760 13.71 14.93 31,060
Helpers - production workers
 51-9198 500 11.81 13.36 27,800
Production workers, all other
 51-9199 540 10.66 12.86 26,750






Transportation & Material Moving Occupations




First line supervisors, of helpers, laborers, etc.
 53-1021 160 22.29 23.84
49,580
Industrial truck & tractor operators 53-7051 630 16.04 16.45 34,210
Cleaners of vehicles & equipment
 53-7061  290 10.41 11.84 24,630
Laborers & freight, & stock movers, hand 53-7062 1,290 12.77 14.04 29,200
Hand packers 53-7064 810 10.08 11.22 23,340








Occupational Wage Estimates, May, 2014 - Lake County-Kenosha Metro Division (1,4)
Management Occupations
SOC Employment (1) Median Hourly Wage Mean Hourly Wage Average Annual Wage
General & operations managers
11-1021
7,650 $50.70 $57.32 $119,230
Computer & information systems managers
 11-3021 N.A. 60.83 64.32 133,790
Industrial production managers
 11-3051
660 44.13 50.74 105,540
Transportation, storage & distribution managers
 11-3071 460 53.38 60.16 125,130
Engineering managers
 11-9041 520 64.82 66.55 138,430
           
Business & Financial Operations Occupations




Purchasing agents, exc. wholesale, retail & farm
 13-1023
920 28.03 29.90 62,190
Logisticians  13-1081 470 33.97 35.03 72,860
Management analysts
 13-1111 2,820 35.87 40.95 85,170
Business operations specialists, all other
 13-1199 4,130 30.30 33.23 69,110
Accountants & auditors 13-2011 3,410 34.95 40.05
83,310
Financial analysts
 13-2051 1,050 38.33 38.87 80,850






Computer & Mathematical Occupations




Computer system analysts
15-1121
1,530 42.49 42.27 87,910
Computer programmers 15-1131 1,230 41.43 40.05 83,300
Software developers, applications
 15-1132 N.A. 38.71 39.34 81,820
Software developers, systems software
 15-1133 N.A. 48.32 49.16 102,250
Web developers
15-1134
270 23.37 28.90 60,120
Network & computer systems administrators 15-1142 1,000 35.05 36.24 75,370
Computer user support specialists
 15-1151 1,570 26.54 28.76 59,830






Architecture & Engineering Occupations




Civil engineers 17-2051 380 42.03 43.91 91,330
Electrical engineers 17-2071 210 39.17 40.26 83,730
Industrial engineers 17-2112 1,620 40.36 41.38 86,070
Mechanical engineers 17-2141 660 43.97 45.65 94,940
Engineers, all other
17-2199
530 40.57 41.65 86,630
Electrical & electronic engineering technicians 17-3023 300 23.37 24.35 50,650
           
Life, Physical and Social Science Occupations





Food scientists & technologists
19-1012 30 25.02 30.20 62,820
Chemists  19-2031 1,010 44.54 46.06 95,800
           
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, Media Occupations
         
Commercial & industrial designers
 27-1021 180 30.98 30.89 64,260
Graphic designers
 27-1024 640 23.30 25.16 52,330
Public relations specialists
 27-3031 230 N.A.
N.A. N.A.
           
Healthcare Practitioner and Technical Occupations




Medical & clinical laboratory technologists 29-2011 280 33.31 34.39 71,520






Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations




Food preparation workers
 35-2021 1,740 9.24 10.00 20,790
Combined food prep. & serving, incl. fast food
 35-3021 8,540 8.96 9.31 19,370
Hosts & hostesses, restaurant
35-9031 910 9.10 9.63 20,020






Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance Occupations





Janitors & cleaners, exc. maids & housekeepers
37-2011 6,470 12.00 13.76 28,610
           
Sales & Related Occupations




Retail salesperson 41-2031 16,140 10.15 12.73 26,480
Sales reps., wholesale & mfg., tech. & scien.
41-4011
2,660 35.67 39.17 81,460
Sales reps., wholesale & mfg., exc. tech. & scien. 41-4012
5,830 28.78 35.76 74,380
Telemarketers 41-9041 560 17.35 17.19 35,760






Office & Administrative Support Occupations




Accounting, bookkeeping & auditing clerk 43-3031 3,890 19.67 19.78 41,140
Customer service representative 43-4051 7,960 18.05 18.83 39,160
Shipping, receiving & traffic clerks
 43-5071 2,540 13.97 14.79 30,770
Stock clerk & order fillers 43-5081 6,070 11.68 13.40 27,870
Executive secretaries & administrative assist. 43-6011 2,450 25.78 26.51 55,130
Data entry keyers 43-9021 630 13.86 14.86 30,920
Word processors & typists 43-9022 N.A. 19.21 18.17 37,790






Construction & Extraction Occupations





Electricians
47-2111 1,120 30.63 29.82 62,020
           
Installation, Maintenance & Repair Occupations




Industrial machinery mechanics 49-9041 720 26.30 26.62 55,370
Machine maintenance, machinery 49-9043 590 24.10 24.86 51,700






Production Occupations




First-line managers of production workers
 51-1011 2,170 27.19 28.45 59,180
Electrical & electronic equipment assemblers
 51-2022 840 13.78 14.12 29,370
Electromechanical equipment assemblers
 51-2023 N.A.
15.50 15.07 31,340
Team assemblers 51-2092 3,740 12.85 13.66 28,410
Bakers
 51-3011 380 11.46 12.27 25,510
Meat, poultry, & fish cutters & trimmers
 51-3022 90 12.58 13.20 27,450
Food batchmakers
 51-3092 640 9.06 10.48 21,790
Food cooking machine operators & tenders
 51-3093 N.A. 15.44 14.61 30,390
Computer-controlled machine tool operator 51-4011
700 18.48
18.52 38,530
Computer numerically controlled mach. tool prog.
51-4012 320 19.87 20.18 41,980
Machinists 51-4041 2,080 19.10 19.16 39,850
Tool & die makers
51-4111 310 22.74 24.71 51,400
Welders, cutters, solderers & brazers 51-4121 650 15.79 17.32 36,020
Printing machine operators
 51-5112 540 17.66 18.56 38,590
Mixing & blending machine operators
 51-9023 430 20.98 22.24 46,260
Extruding, forming, pressing & compacting machine op.
 51-9041 120 14.36 14.77 30,710
Inspectors, testers, sorters, & weighers
 51-9061 1,920 16.89 18.78 39,070
Packaging & filling machine operators
 51-9111 1,190 11.82 13.51 28,100
Helpers - production workers
 51-9198 780 11.08 11.86 24,660
Production workers, all other
 51-9199 1,080 13.96 15.99 33,270






Transportation & Material Moving Occupations




First line supervisors, of helpers, laborers etc.
 53-1021 460 24.59 25.31 52,650
Industrial truck & tractor operators 53-7051 1,210 14.43 15.37 31,970
Cleaners of vehicles & equipment
 53-7061 1,060 9.55 11.03 22,940
Laborers, & freight & stock movers, hand 53-7062 9,170 13.05 13.68 28,450
Hand packers 53-7064 3,270 10.15 11.07 23,020
Notes & Sources
(1) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics (OES), www.bls.gov/oes/home.htm
(2) Metro Milwaukee consists of Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington & Waukesha counties
(3) Metro Racine consists of Racine County
(4) The Lake County-Kenosha Metro Division consists of Lake County, IL & Kenosha County, WI