Maryland

Occupational Wage Estimates 2016

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All industries

Upper Shore Workforce Region

 

Sales and Related Occupations

Occupation Occ. code Est. empl. Mean wage Entry wage Exp. wage Median wage
Sales and Related Occupations41-00006,86038,764
18.64
19,006
9.14
48,642
23.39
24,766
11.91
First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers41-10111,15043,076
20.71
28,869
13.88
50,179
24.12
38,158
18.35
First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers41-101212093,614
45.01
60,599
29.13
110,122
52.94
87,133
41.89
Cashiers41-20112,34022,109
10.63
18,422
8.86
23,952
11.52
19,597
9.42
Counter and Rental Clerks41-202124027,461
13.20
18,547
8.92
31,918
15.35
24,246
11.66
Parts Salespersons41-202213030,866
14.84
20,918
10.06
35,839
17.23
28,497
13.70
Retail Salespersons41-20311,82027,002
12.98
19,512
9.38
30,747
14.78
22,958
11.04
Advertising Sales Agents41-30115049,402
23.75
29,102
13.99
59,553
28.63
44,754
21.52
Insurance Sales Agents41-302117058,971
28.35
22,446
10.79
77,234
37.13
37,678
18.11
Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents41-303120
Sales Representatives, Services, All Other41-309927065,690
31.58
37,607
18.08
79,731
38.33
57,464
27.63
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products41-4011200
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products41-401228061,741
29.68
27,940
13.43
78,641
37.81
49,370
23.74
Sales and Related Workers, All Other41-90994030,642
14.73
20,428
9.82
35,748
17.19
27,961
13.44
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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