Maryland

Occupational Wage Estimates May 2017

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All selected industries

Upper Shore Workforce Region

 

Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations

Occupation Occ. code Est. empl. Mean wage Entry wage Exp. wage Median wage
Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations19-000054060,480
29.08
37,127
17.85
72,156
34.69
55,138
26.51
Conservation Scientists19-10317062,347
29.97
47,029
22.61
70,006
33.66
59,737
28.72
Chemists19-20313058,236
28.00
36,774
17.68
68,967
33.16
55,017
26.45
Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health19-20416055,802
26.83
40,370
19.41
63,518
30.54
53,299
25.62
Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists19-3031 72,597
34.90
52,497
25.24
82,648
39.73
61,968
29.79
Urban and Regional Planners19-30513065,572
31.53
42,193
20.29
77,262
37.15
61,486
29.56
Biological Technicians19-40215040,113
19.29
30,222
14.53
45,059
21.66
37,148
17.86
Chemical Technicians19-40311053,214
25.58
39,852
19.16
59,895
28.80
55,783
26.82
Forensic Science Technicians19-40922035,847
17.23
27,795
13.36
39,873
19.17
30,753
14.79
Forest and Conservation Technicians19-40933042,837
20.59
31,017
14.91
48,748
23.44
37,915
18.23
Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other19-40991042,533
20.45
31,688
15.23
47,955
23.06
38,748
18.63
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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