Maryland

Occupational Wage Estimates May 2017

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All selected industries

Prince George's Workforce Region

 

Construction and Extraction Occupations

Occupation Occ. code Est. empl. Mean wage Entry wage Exp. wage Median wage
Sheet Metal Workers47-221186057,182
27.49
38,272
18.40
66,637
32.04
51,059
24.55
Structural Iron and Steel Workers47-222113046,590
22.40
32,982
15.86
53,394
25.67
42,362
20.37
Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters47-30118024,377
11.72
20,638
9.92
26,247
12.62
23,687
11.39
Helpers--Carpenters47-301220026,613
12.79
19,368
9.31
30,235
14.54
20,418
9.82
Helpers--Electricians47-301317031,759
15.27
24,541
11.80
35,368
17.00
31,369
15.08
Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters47-301534035,885
17.25
27,532
13.24
40,061
19.26
34,869
16.76
Helpers--Roofers47-301622034,875
16.77
28,486
13.70
38,070
18.30
35,477
17.06
Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other47-301916037,159
17.86
28,700
13.80
41,389
19.90
36,701
17.64
Construction and Building Inspectors47-401129058,570
28.16
37,215
17.89
69,248
33.29
59,386
28.55
Elevator Installers and Repairers47-402179080,202
38.56
54,753
26.32
92,926
44.68
86,291
41.49
Fence Erectors47-403117026,787
12.88
21,150
10.17
29,605
14.23
25,427
12.22
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers47-40415039,625
19.05
27,100
13.03
45,888
22.06
31,831
15.30
Highway Maintenance Workers47-40512035,164
16.91
29,871
14.36
37,811
18.18
34,661
16.66
Miscellaneous Construction and Related Workers47-40908038,329
18.43
30,814
14.81
42,086
20.23
36,118
17.36
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The 'Median Wage History' wages have been updated for any inflationary pressures through December 2017

Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Office of Workforce Information & Performance
Occupational Employment Statistics Program

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Last updated April 2018