Maryland

Occupational Wage Estimates 2016

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All industries

Upper Shore Workforce Region

 

Construction and Extraction Occupations

Occupation Occ. code Est. empl. Mean wage Entry wage Exp. wage Median wage
Construction and Extraction Occupations47-00003,10042,879
20.62
27,367
13.16
50,636
24.34
39,614
19.05
First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Work47-101126056,880
27.35
34,836
16.75
67,902
32.65
53,900
25.91
Brickmasons and Blockmasons47-20213048,404
23.27
38,887
18.70
53,162
25.56
48,433
23.29
Carpenters47-203143050,593
24.32
36,464
17.53
57,658
27.72
46,426
22.32
Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers47-205110043,347
20.84
33,322
16.02
48,359
23.25
41,125
19.77
Construction Laborers47-206173030,989
14.90
21,036
10.11
35,966
17.29
32,971
15.85
Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators47-2071 30,130
14.49
28,370
13.64
31,011
14.91
28,811
13.85
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators47-207324046,616
22.41
34,607
16.64
52,621
25.30
43,733
21.03
Electricians47-211129049,787
23.94
34,598
16.63
57,381
27.59
54,006
25.96
Painters, Construction and Maintenance47-214114037,826
18.19
29,463
14.16
42,008
20.20
37,270
17.92
Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters47-2152 55,351
26.61
38,770
18.64
63,641
30.60
57,007
27.41
Sheet Metal Workers47-2211 32,057
15.41
18,497
8.89
38,837
18.67
30,127
14.48
Construction and Building Inspectors47-40116047,430
22.80
40,550
19.50
50,871
24.46
46,714
22.46
Highway Maintenance Workers47-40515032,863
15.80
26,051
12.52
36,268
17.44
31,828
15.30
Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners47-40712028,896
13.89
22,542
10.84
32,073
15.42
29,033
13.96
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Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Office of Workforce Information & Performance
Occupational EMployment Statistics Proigram

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Last updated April 2017