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TABLE 2. Earnings by Detailed Occupation: 1999: Vermont: Both Sexes

(Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)


                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates

21 to 74 years                                             322,700   $23,828      32.2     205,430   $30,152      32.7

  MANAGEMENT OCCUPATIONS
Chief executives                                             2,515   $69,750      64.5       2,090   $75,278      64.3
General and Operations Managers                              1,995   $44,942      52.6       1,710   $46,304      51.4
Legislators                                                    125   $24,792      71.8          65   $41,146      55.6
Advertising and Promotions Managers                            180   $29,408      51.4         150   $32,750      55.7
Marketing and Sales Managers                                 1,860   $37,175      61.2       1,460   $42,061      60.6
Public Relations Managers                                      225   $39,135      68.2         170   $46,429      68.5
Administrative Services Managers                               270   $41,705      48.3         235   $44,706      49.1
Computer and Information Systems Managers                      775   $51,204      63.7         650   $55,000      61.1
Financial Managers                                           2,120   $40,179      55.2       1,740   $43,383      56.7
Human Resources Managers                                       875   $38,866      51.7         705   $41,964      52.0
Industrial Production Managers                                 885   $41,193      34.4         830   $41,958      34.1
Purchasing Managers                                            325   $39,896      41.3         290   $40,787      37.7
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers             420   $34,688      16.5         365   $38,438      17.0
Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers                 1,140   $23,012      19.5         860   $25,373      20.9
Farmers and Ranchers                                         2,825   $12,941      18.3       2,120   $16,232      17.0
Construction Managers                                        1,740   $35,156      28.9       1,400   $38,377      30.0
Education Administrators                                     2,695   $36,093      79.7       1,775   $41,639      82.5
Engineering Managers                                           370   $70,743      79.0         325   $71,000      79.0
Food Service Managers                                        1,595   $23,662      32.7       1,085   $27,656      36.2
Funeral Directors                                              140   $35,278      29.7         115   $41,500      35.3
Gaming Managers                                                 60   $22,153      18.0          50   $23,125      22.4
Lodging Managers                                             1,115   $25,625      45.5         760   $28,750      43.2
Medical and Health Services Managers                         1,105   $43,110      66.1         875   $46,090      65.7
Natural Sciences Managers                                       70   $29,333      91.2          50   $30,000     100.0
Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                           325   $40,163       8.6         235   $42,672       8.1
Property, Real Estate, and Community Association
  Managers                                                     810   $29,161      33.5         575   $31,936      29.0
Social and Community Service Managers                        1,115   $28,250      70.8         805   $33,520      72.5
Managers, All Other                                          4,790   $36,949      46.0       3,660   $41,773      46.9

  BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL OPERATIONS OCCUPATIONS
Agents and Business Managers of Artists,Performers,
  and Athletes                                                 115   $25,145      73.9          70   $26,279      87.5
Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products                     60   $21,250       3.3          45   $22,422       4.4
Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products              580   $22,344      22.8         370   $28,446      20.3
Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and
  Farm Products                                                580   $33,581      33.8         500   $35,732      38.2
Claims Adusters, Appraisers, Examiners, and
  Investigators                                                445   $32,159      40.8         395   $33,309      39.1
Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction,
  Health and Safety, and Transportation                        330   $37,500      47.3         295   $40,625      50.2
Cost Estimators                                                240   $36,858      37.7         185   $37,969      34.6



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations
  Specialists                                                1,560   $30,000      51.0       1,150   $33,630      49.4
Logisticians                                                   130   $39,091      16.4         120   $39,318      11.7
Management Analysts                                          1,295   $36,750      77.2         735   $50,197      73.4
Meeting and Convention Planners                                125   $22,120      41.5          45   $31,458      44.4
Other Business Operations Specialists                          825   $24,860      37.0         595   $27,754      31.1
Accountants and Auditors                                     3,550   $31,265      63.8       2,630   $34,846      64.6
Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                        435   $25,150      47.8         250   $35,000      57.6
Budget Analysts                                                 60   $36,650      39.0          50   $37,000      30.8
Credit Analysts                                                 90   $32,885      71.6          85   $32,981      73.3
Financial Analysts                                             135   $42,083      75.2         125   $43,333      73.0
Personal Financial Advisors                                    500   $39,167      70.1         340   $65,208      60.4
Insurance Underwriters                                         100   $28,667      27.6          85   $29,750      20.0
Financial Examiners                                              4  $175,000       0.0           0         .        .
Loan Counselors and Officers                                   740   $31,750      45.3         600   $32,589      45.9
Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents                  145   $42,500      55.5         115   $52,813      50.4
Tax Preparers                                                  230   $21,797      34.3         110   $26,852      20.0
Financial Specialists, All Other                               100   $31,429      65.0          80   $29,732      61.7

  COMPUTER AND MATHEMATICAL OCCUPATIONS
Computer Scientists and System Analyts                       1,175   $36,460      49.4         855   $40,580      48.1
Computer Programmers                                         1,280   $46,270      62.0       1,010   $49,216      60.4
Computer Software Engineers                                  1,295   $48,079      75.7       1,055   $51,632      76.8
Computer Support Specialists                                   750   $30,094      39.1         510   $32,088      40.5
Database Administrators                                        195   $39,375      71.6         175   $42,143      75.0
Network and Computer Systems Administrators                    560   $40,000      52.9         490   $40,957      49.9
Network Systems and Data Communication Analysts                615   $29,670      54.9         430   $33,144      52.0
Actuaries                                                       25   $70,208     100.0          20   $70,417     100.0
Mathematicians                                                   4   $50,750     100.0           4   $31,250     100.0
Operations Research Analysts                                   130   $37,100      62.9          75   $41,250      58.4
Statisticians                                                   75   $36,492      82.7          65   $36,815      85.1
Miscellaneous Mathematical Science Occupations                  10   $12,083      80.0           4   $20,000      50.0

ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING OCCUPATIONS
Architects, Except Naval                                       670   $33,971      85.3         490   $39,115      85.5
Surveyors, Cartographers, and Photogrammetrists                195   $31,528      77.9         145   $34,545      76.7
Aerospace Engineers                                            155   $59,750      69.3         130   $63,365      68.7
Agricultural Engineers                                           0         .        .            0         .        .
Biomedical Engineers                                            20   $50,625     100.0          20   $50,625     100.0
Chemical Engineers                                              65   $62,500      84.8          55   $61,500      85.2
Civil Engineers                                                505   $46,990      77.2         365   $53,029      81.1
Computer Hardware Engineers                                    190   $52,019      60.8         160   $59,271      65.2
Electrical and Electronic Engineers                          1,050   $63,066      82.0         935   $64,792      81.5
Environmental Engineers                                        120   $45,329      81.0         115   $45,658      80.2
Industrial Engineers, Including Health and Safety              590   $49,667      55.1         495   $51,321      54.1
Marine Engineers and Naval Architects                           15   $48,750     100.0           0         .        .



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Materials Engineers                                            115   $36,563      54.7          80   $42,125      56.8
Mechanical Engineers                                           660   $50,000      59.5         550   $51,304      60.9
Mining and Geological Engineers,Including Mining
  Safety Engineers                                               4   $76,250     100.0           4   $76,250     100.0
Nuclear Engineers                                               10   $87,500     100.0           4  $112,500     100.0
Petroleum Engineers                                              0         .        .            0         .        .
Engineers, All Others                                        1,415   $52,220      74.2       1,185   $56,302      74.7
Drafters                                                       440   $32,619      16.2         325   $39,583      12.6
Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters                     1,965   $40,927      16.6       1,685   $42,365      16.3
Surveying and Mapping Technicians                              195   $13,750       6.7          75   $22,500       0.0

  LIFE, PHYSICAL, AND SOCIAL SCIENCE OCCUPATIONS
Agricultural and Food Scientists                                80   $21,750      58.8          45   $27,000      81.8
Biological Scientists                                          250   $26,635      93.6         155   $31,202      95.4
Conservation Scientists and Foresters                          235   $35,179      84.1         170   $37,813      86.9
Medical Scientists                                             160   $37,063     100.0         130   $41,429     100.0
Astronomers and Physicists                                      20   $46,250      89.5          20   $46,250      89.5
Atmospheric and Space Scientists                                20   $32,500      80.0          10   $53,438      80.0
Chemists and Materials Scientists                               85   $34,250      95.4          70   $34,750     100.0
Environmental Scientists and Geoscientists                     145   $32,639      91.6         115   $36,964      89.6
Physical Scientists, All Other                                 305   $24,671      99.7         195   $32,500      99.5
Economists                                                      40   $62,188     100.0          40   $62,500     100.0
Market/Survey Researchers                                      230   $35,208      68.3         165   $41,625      68.5
Psychologists                                                  840   $29,783      99.8         370   $37,000     100.0
Sociologists                                                     4    $3,750     100.0           0         .        .
Urban and Regional Planners                                     75   $31,875     100.0          50   $40,625     100.0
Miscellaneous Social Scientists and Related Workers            120   $22,778      84.7          50   $30,313      96.0
Agricultural and Food Science Technicians                      125   $31,346      41.3         120   $31,538      41.7
Biological Technicians                                          35   $28,036      62.9          20   $30,000      83.3
Chemical Technicians                                            70   $29,688      20.8          55   $28,438       5.4
Geological and Petroleum Technicians                            10   $35,000      25.0          10   $35,000      25.0
Nuclear Technicians                                              4   $71,250       0.0           4   $71,250       0.0
Other Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians           425   $20,093      57.7         200   $30,192      62.4

  COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES OCCUPATIONS
Counselors                                                   2,230   $26,074      81.0       1,165   $29,729      78.8
Social Workers                                               2,055   $25,191      72.2       1,490   $28,984      70.8
Misc. Community and Social Service Specialists                 965   $21,724      58.2         595   $25,133      57.8
Clergy                                                         710   $23,542      88.0         500   $27,660      90.6
Directors, Religious Activities and Education                   90   $14,286      71.7          35   $23,750      35.1
Religious Workers, All Other                                   120   $21,111      77.1          65   $25,450      81.0

  LEGAL OCCUPATIONS
Lawyers                                                      1,880   $52,459     100.0       1,425   $57,625     100.0
Judges, Magistrates, and Other Judicial Workers                280   $47,500      74.5         215   $51,791      74.9
Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                830   $25,916      34.2         530   $30,642      27.6
Miscellaneous Legal Support Workers                            425   $17,868      50.1         190   $36,250      43.2



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates

  EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND LIBRARY OCCUPATIONS
Postsecondary Teachers                                       3,635   $38,454      94.7       2,480   $45,280      96.7
Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers                          1,140   $14,840      47.9         695   $17,396      48.1
Elementary and Middle School Teachers                        8,575   $31,290      94.9       6,225   $35,509      96.8
Secondary School Teachers                                    3,360   $32,275      94.8       2,535   $35,711      95.8
Special Education Teachers                                   1,145   $21,885      75.2         730   $30,409      80.3
Other Teachers and Instructors                               2,105   $13,784      65.9         755   $25,917      69.0
Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians                   170   $26,389      78.6          85   $36,339      79.3
Librarians                                                     925   $21,829      88.0         375   $32,297      87.2
Library Technicians                                            140   $10,833      12.0          50   $26,696      26.5
Teacher Assistants                                           3,610   $10,240      26.4         650   $14,474      29.3
Other Education, Training, and Library Workers                 395   $31,295      77.7         240   $34,625      82.6

  ARTS, DESIGN, ENTERTAINMENT, SPORTS, AND MEDIA
       OCCUPATIONS
Artists and Related Workers                                  1,040   $12,857      55.9         485   $24,412      52.7
Designers                                                    1,970   $23,767      47.2       1,265   $30,100      45.1
Actors                                                          25    $9,750      68.0           4   $55,833     100.0
Producers and Directors                                        250   $27,292      80.6         175   $31,641      77.7
Athletes, Coaches, Umpires and Related Workers                 880   $14,444      56.5         280   $26,667      58.6
Dancers and Choreographers                                      20    $8,194      47.4           4    $8,750     100.0
Musicians, Singers and Related Workers                         310    $6,941      65.4          60   $21,250      67.7
Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related
  Workers, All Other                                            90   $10,962      52.2          35   $26,458      36.4
Announcers                                                     180   $22,969      45.6         125   $25,121      42.4
News Analysts, Reporters, and Correspondents                   275   $23,882      84.6         160   $29,292      90.7
Public Relations Specialists                                   420   $30,833      67.9         255   $38,646      64.7
Editors                                                        465   $25,580      82.1         285   $33,125      81.7
Technical Writers                                              260   $30,921      64.6         180   $37,381      55.6
Writers and Authors                                            730   $18,947      86.8         285   $27,344      86.3
Miscellaneous Media and Communication Workers                  145   $18,750      54.1          20   $34,167      50.0
Broadcast and Sound Engineering Technicians and
  Radio Operators                                              260   $16,538      44.6         120   $34,118      31.1
Photographers                                                  245   $26,641      59.3         140   $33,958      58.2
Television, Video and Motion Picture Camera
  Operators and Editors                                        100   $22,321      75.2          35   $36,875      83.8
Media and Communication Equipment Workers,
  All Other                                                      0         .        .            0         .        .

  HEALTHCARE PRACTIONERS AND TECHNICAL OCCUPATIONS
Chiropractors                                                  120   $36,094      89.3          65    $4,792     100.0
Dentists                                                       340   $91,750     100.0         175   $99,861     100.0
Dieticians and Nutritionists                                   195   $25,804      81.0          75   $33,889      71.6
Optometrists                                                    75   $74,643     100.0          50   $97,500     100.0
Pharmacists                                                    440   $60,862      99.1         305   $66,375      99.3
Physicians and Surgeons                                      1,865   $85,724     100.0       1,245  $105,946     100.0
Physician Assistants                                           165   $35,417      71.7          95   $50,662      69.1



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Podiatrists                                                     25  $105,313     100.0          20  $107,813     100.0
Registered Nurses                                            6,105   $32,099      58.3       3,020   $39,692      55.4
Audiologists                                                    50   $45,750     100.0          40   $47,375     100.0
Occupational Therapists                                        225   $35,083      86.3          75   $38,942     100.0
Physical Therapists                                            515   $36,473      96.3         270   $42,057      94.1
Radiation Therapists                                            15   $45,313       0.0          10   $51,250       0.0
Recreational Therapists                                         55   $16,563      69.1          20   $21,786     100.0
Respiratory Therapists                                         175   $35,000      21.0         140   $37,000      23.9
Speech-Language Pathologists                                   255   $33,042      98.1         110   $40,192     100.0
Therapists, All Others                                         210   $24,750      84.8          95   $35,000      79.2
Veterinarians                                                  280   $42,708     100.0         195   $51,118     100.0
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practioners,
  All Other                                                     40   $13,750      65.0          20   $17,083      73.7
Clinical Lab Technologists and Technicians                     640   $29,148      59.9         400   $37,321      68.3
Dental Hygienists                                              465   $31,346      16.4         170   $36,625      17.4
Diagnostic Related Technologists and Technicians               365   $30,184      15.8         200   $32,321      15.4
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                   225   $20,903      23.6         115   $32,019      27.0
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practioners Support
  Technicians                                                  635   $18,333      17.4         365   $21,371      12.8
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses            1,710   $23,071       9.5         960   $26,677       5.7
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians             195   $16,250      15.2         120   $22,292       6.7
Opticians, Dispensing                                           85   $28,750      11.5          65   $27,321       3.1
Miscellaneous Health Technologists and Technicians             155   $22,986      26.8          80   $30,938      13.4
Other Healthcare Practioners and Technical
  Occupations                                                  170   $30,625      56.0         135   $32,750      63.0

HEALTHCARE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS
Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides                  4,085   $15,612       7.9       2,010   $20,010       4.8
Occupational Therapist Assistants and Aides                     55   $11,250      31.6          15   $30,625      23.5
Physical Therapist Assistants and Aides                         80   $24,792      21.5          50   $26,750       4.0
Massage Therapists                                             305   $11,167      43.5          60   $22,708      54.1
Dental Assistants                                              495   $19,736      12.9         265   $21,230       7.5
Medical Assistants and Other Healthcare Support
 Occupations                                                 1,020   $17,125      20.7         495   $21,951      10.9

  PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Correctional
  Officers                                                     100   $45,707      40.6          90   $45,833      39.1
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and
  Detectives                                                   230   $48,571      27.6         220   $48,929      27.3
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting and
  Prevention Workers                                            50   $45,250      10.2          50   $45,250      10.2
Supervisors, Protective Service Workers, All Other             120   $28,182      14.8         100   $31,250      14.7
Fire Fighters                                                  210   $36,190       7.1         195   $36,548       7.7
Fire Inspectors                                                 35   $31,635      78.4          30   $32,308      73.3
Baliffs, Correctional Officers and Jailers                     390   $31,037      11.1         360   $31,193       8.9
Detectives and Criminal Investigators                          215   $45,179      53.7         190   $46,786      53.2
Fish and Game Wardens                                           15   $43,438      52.9          15   $44,063      60.0



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                        
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Parking Enforcement Workers                                     10   $18,750       0.0           4   $20,000       0.0
Police and Sheriff Patrol Officers                           1,010   $37,273      33.1         910   $37,896      33.3
Transit and Railroad Police                                      4   $33,750       0.0           4   $33,750       0.0
Animal Control Workers                                          20   $15,750       0.0           4   $13,750       0.0
Private Detectives and Investigators                           120   $36,250      57.4          70   $42,222      62.5
Security Guards and Gaming Surveillance Officers               995   $16,044       8.9         470   $25,060       8.1
Crossing Guards                                                260    $5,272      19.2          15   $16,563       0.0
Lifeguards and Other Protective Service Workers                255    $8,571      34.4          50   $22,500      46.2

  FOOD PREPARATION AND SERVING RELATED OCCUPATIONS
Chefs and Head Cooks                                         1,285   $22,366      14.8         830   $28,013      14.4
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation
  and Serving Workers                                        1,205   $19,054      17.1         850   $21,441      17.1
Cooks                                                        3,250   $12,148       5.4       1,325   $18,503       5.1
Food Preparation Workers                                       890    $8,817       6.4         290   $16,509       2.4
Bartenders                                                     955   $12,537      21.4         335   $17,688      10.8
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers,
  Including Fast Food                                          800   $10,687       7.3         310   $16,091       4.5
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession and
  Coffee Shop                                                  205   $10,142       4.4          60   $12,266       3.4
Waiters and Waitresses                                       3,415   $10,608      15.9         960   $16,937      18.0
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                                    285   $10,486       6.0          75   $15,964       6.8
Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender
  Helpers                                                      180    $8,919       6.7          40   $14,861      12.8
Dishwashers                                                    690    $7,697       0.3         190   $14,444       0.0
Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee
  Shop                                                         280    $6,952      19.6          40   $25,625      30.8
Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers,
  All Other                                                     10   $20,500       0.0           4   $13,750       0.0

  BUILDING AND GROUNDS CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
    OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping and
  Janitorial Workers                                           605   $21,788       6.6         480   $24,432       5.6
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, Lawn
  Service, and Groundskeeping Workers                          385   $26,280      23.8         250   $30,516      26.3
Janitors and Building Cleaners                               4,610   $16,891       5.7       2,710   $21,239       4.5
Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                              3,555    $9,811       5.8       1,130   $16,038       6.1
Pest Control Workers                                            40   $26,875      15.4          35   $30,625      16.2
Grounds Maintenance Workers                                  2,085   $16,087      15.3         865   $22,372      14.5

  PERSONAL CARE AND SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Gaming Workers               80   $20,250      32.9          40   $27,000      38.1
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service
  Workers                                                      415   $23,095      29.1         280   $28,382      26.8
Animal Trainers                                                115   $22,361      40.9          70   $25,563      39.1
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                                      280   $15,449      19.6         145   $20,000      25.7



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Gaming Workers                                                  10   $10,833       0.0           4   $11,250       0.0
Motion Picture Projectionists                                    4   $13,438       0.0           0         .        .
Ushers,Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers                      45   $13,625      36.2          15   $14,500      75.0
Miscellaneous Entertainment Attendants and Related
  Workers                                                      475   $11,168      14.6         135   $21,591       6.7
Funeral Service Workers                                         20   $18,056      15.0          15   $18,750      20.0
Barbers                                                        120   $14,722      10.0          45   $27,875       6.4
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists               1,525   $14,402       8.5         720   $16,250       6.8
Miscellaneous Personal Appearance Workers                      100   $12,586       5.0          45   $13,942      11.6
Baggage Porters, Bellhops, and Concierges                       95   $20,625       7.3          50   $25,208      14.6
Tour and Travel Guides                                         220    $5,648      21.2          50   $18,750       6.3
Transportation Attendants                                       70   $21,071      41.4          25   $36,250      32.0
Child Care Workers                                           3,715   $10,152      14.8       1,830   $15,006      13.4
Personal and Home Care Aides                                 1,575   $11,745      13.3         625   $18,977      12.5
Recreation and Fitness Workers                                 665   $14,236      43.7         235   $23,603      50.6
Residential Advisors                                           205   $10,063      42.0          70   $21,667      38.6
Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other                    75   $10,556      17.6          35   $21,205      39.4

  SALES AND RELATED OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales
  Workers                                                    8,085   $25,479      26.5       6,210   $28,669      25.1
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales
  Workers                                                    2,005   $31,924      33.1       1,600   $33,963      30.7
Cashiers                                                     4,400    $9,405       9.9       1,440   $16,387      10.2
Counter and Rental Clerks                                      300   $12,500       6.0         120   $18,026       6.6
Parts Salespersons                                             310   $24,569       4.2         280   $24,957       3.9
Retail Salespersons                                          6,680   $15,779      21.8       3,435   $25,178      20.6
Advertising Sales Agents                                       575   $26,591      52.8         415   $32,286      51.4
Insurance Sales Agents                                       1,030   $31,336      38.6         810   $36,453      41.2
Securities, Commodities, and Finanancial Services
  Sales Agents                                                 525   $33,015      62.8         325   $40,900      66.0
Travel Agents                                                  285   $19,913      42.5         200   $21,835      42.8
Sales Representatives, Services, All Other                     880   $30,864      38.7         635   $36,667      45.0
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing           2,795   $32,146      37.2       2,040   $36,706      37.8
Models, Demonstrators, and Product Promoters                    90   $10,417      14.1          35   $17,292       6.1
Real Estate Brokers and Sales Agents                         1,345   $30,486      44.0         825   $40,873      45.5
Sales Engineers                                                 70   $51,458      36.2          50   $50,833      42.0
Telemarketers                                                  380   $12,278      26.9         135   $21,715      30.8
Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors
  and Related Workers                                          420    $9,528      15.0         120   $21,875      16.1
Sales and Related Workers, All Other                           595   $29,719      56.1         410   $36,250      66.7

OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and
Administrative Support Workers                               4,390   $26,128      26.2       3,405   $28,054      22.0
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service             170   $15,488      21.5          70   $17,500      14.7



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Telephone Operators                                            125   $16,823       1.6          65   $30,781       3.2
Communication Equipment Operators, All Other                    30   $10,000      43.3          15   $26,719      86.7
Bill and Account Collectors                                    170   $25,150      11.2         110   $29,375      10.8
Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators               775   $19,340      12.6         490   $21,821       6.1
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                 4,975   $19,897      16.1       2,785   $24,310      12.4
Gaming Cage Workers                                              4   $11,250       0.0           0         .        .
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                 245   $23,750      29.7         165   $25,824      35.3
Procurement Clerks                                              65   $32,188      23.1          45   $39,028      20.0
Tellers                                                        975   $15,498       9.7         510   $18,922       5.5
Brokerage Clerks                                                 4   $21,250       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Correspondence Clerks                                           10   $17,143      58.3           4   $23,750       0.0
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                           155   $23,676      33.8          75   $25,982      37.7
Credit Authorizers, Checkers and Clerks                        125   $18,393      27.0          70   $18,625      44.1
Customer Service Representatives                             3,345   $21,387      23.6       2,215   $25,386      23.4
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                  175   $30,221      35.3         145   $31,691      29.9
File Clerks                                                    860   $14,760      27.0         415   $20,395      15.2
Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                           375   $15,931      17.1         175   $21,146      17.6
Interviewers Except Eligibility and Loan                       705    $9,976      42.0         200   $23,042      31.7
Library Assistants, Clerical                                   430    $7,582      37.1          55   $20,870      30.4
Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                   175   $25,648      24.1         140   $26,713      18.4
New Account Clerks                                              30   $25,625       6.5          20   $28,125       9.1
Order Clerks                                                   425   $17,794      22.4         245   $21,486      22.0
Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and
  Timekeeping                                                  120   $21,359      19.8          90   $22,206      11.4
Receptionists and Information Clerks                         2,205   $16,098      14.9       1,050   $20,674      12.7
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and
  Travel Clerks                                                310   $17,896      33.8         160   $22,396      37.7
Information and Record Clerks, All Other                       195   $23,026      52.0         105   $26,164      58.9
Cargo and Freight Agents                                        75   $26,339       8.2          60   $26,786      10.3
Couriers and Messengers                                        600   $19,866      15.9         305   $31,438      19.8
Dispatchers                                                    705   $27,226       7.7         565   $28,852       7.4
Meter Readers, Utilities                                       110   $25,125       4.6          90   $27,000       2.2
Postal Service Clerks                                          510   $35,846      11.9         370   $38,356      12.7
Postal Service Mail Carriers                                 1,005   $36,280      16.7         790   $38,750      16.5
Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and
  Processing Machine Operators                                 295   $29,773      14.3         195   $36,875      14.9
Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                    900   $29,429      26.9         710   $32,188      28.1
Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                      1,600   $21,867       4.1       1,175   $24,236       3.2
Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                               1,895   $17,188      11.2       1,130   $21,903      10.4
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers,
  Recordkeeping                                                285   $23,537      16.3         235   $24,539      19.1
Secretaries and Administrative Assistants                    8,260   $20,682      16.8       5,090   $24,453      13.1
Computer Operators                                             480   $22,431      15.1         335   $26,757      16.2
Data Entry Keyers                                            1,335   $19,261      16.2         785   $21,962      15.1
Word Processors and Typists                                    200   $12,069      26.8          75   $19,375      21.3
Desktop Publishers                                              75   $22,250      38.2          45   $29,712      53.5
Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks                  430   $22,385      15.2         325   $23,906      17.6



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except
  Postal Service                                               310   $16,131       8.7         135   $21,023      10.9
Office Clerks, General                                       2,890   $15,750      19.0       1,250   $23,328      17.9
Office Machine Operators, Except Computer                      100   $17,353      20.0          55   $23,438       7.4
Proofreaders and Copy Markers                                  170   $20,000      47.1          95   $29,097      38.1
Statistical Assistants                                          60   $33,194      65.6          30   $34,722      63.3
Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other         1,130   $24,622      48.2         735   $27,288      45.8

FARMING, FISHING, AND FORESTRY OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing
  and Forestry Workers                                         150   $21,389      12.7         110   $25,529       8.3
Agricultural Inspectors                                         20   $36,250      38.1          20   $37,083      42.1
Animal Breeders                                                 45   $10,156      48.9          35   $10,938      51.4
Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products                      40   $15,000      10.5          35   $15,391      12.1
Miscellaneous Agricultural Workers                           2,125   $14,063      11.0       1,265   $17,563       6.4
Fishers and Related Fishing Workers                             15    $3,333      75.0           0         .        .
Hunters and Trappers                                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Forest and Conservation Workers                                 90   $20,313      49.5          55   $23,250      48.1
Logging Workers                                              1,310   $17,100       5.7         735   $19,519       6.8

CONSTRUCTION AND EXTRACTION WORKERS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction
  Trades and Extraction Workers                              2,700   $31,673      11.9       1,965   $34,537      10.5
Boilermakers                                                    60   $30,221       0.0          60   $30,083       0.0
Brickmasons, Blockmasons, and Stonemasons                      435   $28,583       9.0         265   $31,250       7.2
Carpenters                                                   5,885   $22,884      12.8       3,580   $26,761      11.5
Carpet, Floor and Tile Installers and Finishers                225   $27,000       8.4         160   $31,490       6.2
Cement Masons, Concrete Finishers, and Terrazzo
  Workers                                                       70   $24,091       0.0          35   $30,625       0.0
Contruction Laborers                                         1,920   $21,650       5.7       1,040   $24,939       5.9
Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators             105   $23,571       0.0          20   $35,833       0.0
Pile-Driver Operators                                            4   $23,750       0.0           0         .        .
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment
  Operators                                                  1,095   $27,119       1.0         640   $30,841       1.7
Drywall Installers, Ceiling Tile Installers, and
  Tapers                                                       280   $23,555       1.8         125   $28,375       2.4
Electricians                                                 1,585   $30,213      11.9       1,315   $31,299       7.9
Glaziers                                                       100   $23,500      12.0          75   $26,250      16.0
Insulation Workers                                              50   $31,667       6.0          35   $39,688       0.0
Painters, Construction and Maintenance                       1,610   $16,610      15.8         770   $22,115      18.4
Paperhangers                                                    50    $7,250      19.2          15    $3,125      46.2
Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters          1,350   $29,867       3.5       1,030   $31,150       3.3
Plasterers and Stucco Masons                                    35   $19,861       0.0          15   $21,875       0.0
Reinforcing Iron Workers                                         0         .        .            0         .        .
Roofers                                                        520   $19,826       1.9         275   $26,507       1.8
Sheet Metal Workers                                            280   $26,335       0.4         200   $28,289       0.5
Structural Iron and Steel Workers                               45   $30,625       6.8          35   $31,146       8.6
Helpers, Construction Trades                                   120   $15,917       1.7          70   $20,625       0.0
Construction and Building Inspectors                            60   $30,938      37.1          30   $37,500      30.0
Elevator Installers and Repairers                                4   $65,750      28.6           4   $65,750      28.6



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Fence Erectors                                                  45   $17,321      10.9          15   $26,250      31.3
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers                             65   $20,357      12.1          45   $25,536      14.0
Highway Maintenance Workers                                    700   $27,078       1.9         585   $27,860       0.5
Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance Equipment
  Operators                                                     20   $31,250       0.0          15   $30,000       0.0
Septic Tank Services and Sewer Pipe Cleaners                    10   $26,250       0.0           4   $24,375       0.0
Miscellaneous Construction and Related Workers                  65   $19,286      12.1          30   $37,500      10.0
Derrick, Rotary Drill, and Service Unit Operators,
  Oil, Gas, and Mining                                          10   $32,917       0.0          10   $32,917       0.0
Earth Drillers Except Oil and Gas                              125   $31,488       1.6          95   $34,000       2.1
Explosives Workers, Ordnance handling Experts, and
  Blasters                                                      25   $37,841       0.0          15   $38,523       0.0
Mining Machine Operators                                       105   $26,625       0.0          45   $35,083       0.0
Roof Bolters, Mining                                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Roustabouts, Oil and Gas                                         0         .        .            0         .        .
Helpers - Extraction Workers                                     0         .        .            0         .        .
Other Extraction Workers                                        75   $28,125       0.0          55   $30,938       0.0

INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics,
  Installers and Repairers                                   1,020   $36,893       4.7         905   $37,989       4.5
Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine
  Repairers                                                    390   $30,539      18.7         300   $32,500      15.1
Radio and Telecommunications Equipment Installers
  and Repairers                                                295   $35,982       4.4         260   $38,958       2.3
Avionics Technicians                                            35   $35,167       0.0          25   $35,833       0.0
Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related  Repairers              40   $21,094      24.4          25   $27,813       0.0
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Transportation
  Equipment                                                     15   $52,500       0.0          15   $78,333       0.0
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Industrial and
  Utility                                                       35   $41,250       0.0          15   $41,750       0.0
Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor
  Vehicles                                                      30   $27,500       0.0          30   $27,500       0.0
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers
  and Repairers                                                125   $17,917      13.4          75   $20,625       0.0
Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                      55   $31,500      11.1          50   $31,731      12.0
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                     175   $40,625       9.1         160   $40,842       9.9
Automotive Body and Related Repairers                          500   $23,289       3.0         415   $25,150       3.6
Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers                       45   $21,000       0.0          45   $20,938       0.0
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                 2,700   $24,202       1.9       2,215   $25,582       1.1
Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine
  Specialists                                                  650   $29,297       2.9         535   $30,446       0.6
Heavy Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Service
  Technicians and Mechanics                                    480   $29,253       5.4         385   $30,000       5.2
Small Engine Mechanics                                         200   $19,297       3.5         125   $22,237       3.2
Miscellaneous Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics,
  Installers, and Repairers                                    110   $20,577      10.9          60   $26,417      15.3



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Control and Valve Installers and Repairers                      55   $36,250       0.0          50   $36,667       0.0
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
  Mechanics and Installers                                     530   $32,188       4.7         440   $34,875       4.6
Home Appliance Repairers                                       155   $25,859       1.3         135   $26,953       1.5
Industrial and Refractory Machinery Mechanics                1,230   $33,391       4.8       1,050   $34,766       4.8
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                      1,240   $28,184       5.9       1,035   $30,377       5.0
Maintenance Workers, Machinery                                  45   $35,500       0.0          35   $28,750       0.0
Millwrights                                                    110   $31,094       0.0          80   $33,333       0.0
Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers                 250   $51,382       4.0         220   $54,205       4.6
Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers               335   $52,083       5.1         320   $53,021       5.3
Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers                   160   $23,702      23.3         115   $24,471      26.5
Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and
  Repairers                                                     70   $22,500       4.4          50   $24,375       6.1
Commercial Divers                                                0         .        .            0         .        .
Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                                   30   $22,188      23.3          25   $31,250      29.2
Manufactured Building and Mobile Home Installers                10   $21,250       0.0           4   $28,750       0.0
Riggers                                                         15   $40,694       0.0           4   $35,000       0.0
Signal and Track Switch Repairers                                0         .        .            0         .        .
Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers          35   $11,042       0.0          15   $30,909       0.0
Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers            615   $23,507       9.4         450   $30,160      10.0

PRODUCTION OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and
  Operating Workers                                          3,345   $35,507      15.0       2,865   $37,097      13.6
Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems
  Assemblers                                                    35   $28,295      29.7          35   $28,295      29.7
Electrical, Electronics, and Electromechanical
  Assemblers                                                   630   $22,037       6.5         460   $25,685       4.1
Engine and Other Machines Assemblers                            85   $31,645      16.1          80   $31,691      17.3
Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters                        65   $19,444       0.0          35   $23,672       0.0
Miscellaneous Assemblers and Fabricators                     2,975   $21,903       9.5       2,210   $24,903       8.8
Bakers                                                         700   $16,225      13.4         430   $20,879      13.7
Butchers and Other Meat, Poultry, and Fish Processing
  Workers                                                      420   $25,969       9.1         295   $30,273      11.3
Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking, and Drying Machine
  Operators and Tenders                                         35   $24,583      24.2          30   $27,955      10.7
Food Batchmakers                                               230   $18,750      11.6         145   $21,000      17.1
Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders                      20   $23,500       0.0          20   $23,500       0.0
Computer Control Programmers and Operators                     225   $30,000       5.4         195   $31,488       5.6
Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                               115   $25,774       0.0         105   $26,131       0.0
Forging Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Metal and Plastic                                             45   $40,978       0.0          40   $41,141       0.0
Rolling Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Metal and Plastic                                             65   $20,000       0.0          50   $20,375       0.0
Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters,
  Operators and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                     155   $22,500       3.8         125   $24,261       0.0



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Drilling and Boring Machine Tool Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                30   $38,558       9.7          30   $38,750      10.3
Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine
  Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal
   and Plastic                                                 305   $27,853       5.6         260   $28,587       5.7
Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                95   $27,794       0.0          85   $28,015       0.0
Milling and Planing Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                    55   $24,531       3.6          40   $24,722       0.0
Machinists                                                   1,760   $29,402       5.3       1,505   $30,488       5.0
Metal Furnace and Kiln Operators and Tenders                    40   $23,571       0.0          30   $37,857       0.0
Model Makers and Patternmakers, Metal and Plastic               25   $76,389       7.7          15   $75,139      11.8
Molders and Molding Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                   195   $24,716       0.0         170   $25,909       0.0
Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Metal and Plastic                                             90   $26,143       0.0          85   $26,179       0.0
Tool and Die Makers                                            375   $37,132       2.7         320   $38,633       1.6
Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Workers                        815   $28,326       1.8         695   $30,215       1.9
Heat Treating Equipment Equipment Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                45   $47,500      15.2          45   $47,500      15.2
Lay-Out Workers, Metal and Plastic                               4   $37,083       0.0           4   $37,083       0.0
Plating and Coating Machine Setters, operators, and
  Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                    90   $27,500       0.0          60   $29,145       0.0
Tool Grinders, Filers and Sharpeners                            65   $30,917      12.7          60   $31,250      13.6
Metalworkers and Plastic Workers, All Others                 2,000   $26,839       4.9       1,605   $28,489       4.7
Bookbinders and Bindery Workers                                210   $23,071       6.7         165   $24,207       1.2
Job Printers                                                   175   $25,361       9.6         145   $26,178       8.4
Prepress Technicians and Workers                               270   $25,950      21.0         215   $27,350      21.2
Printing Machine Operators                                     650   $28,777       2.8         525   $30,726       2.7
Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers                               370   $13,125       0.5         180   $16,960       1.1
Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials               70    $9,896       0.0          30   $14,000       0.0
Sewing Machine Operators                                       740   $13,542       3.4         435   $16,633       2.8
Shoe and Leather Workers and Repairers                          40   $12,500       0.0          20   $13,750       0.0
Shoe Machine Operators and Tenders                              10   $12,500       0.0           4   $33,750       0.0
Tailors, Dressmakers, and Sewers                               430    $9,261      16.4         180   $18,205      14.0
Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operators and
  Tenders                                                       40    $2,321      17.9          15   $18,214      50.0
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders                                                       10   $20,000      10.0          10   $27,750       0.0
Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters,
  Operators, and Tenders                                        65    $5,625      20.6          20   $18,125      15.8
Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out Machine
  Setters, Operators, and Tenders                               15   $17,250       0.0          15   $18,750       0.0
Extruding and Forming Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders, Synthetic and Glass Fibers                            4   $38,125       0.0           4   $38,125       0.0
Fabric and Apparel Patternmakers                                15   $20,250      20.0          15   $20,250      20.0
Upholsterers                                                   110   $16,250       6.3          70   $18,194       4.3
Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All Other            30   $18,000       0.0          15   $18,846       0.0



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                             235   $20,625      25.8         140   $22,917      27.5
Furniture Finishers                                            145   $20,057      18.6         105   $21,447       9.4
Model Makers and Patternmakers, Wood                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood           395   $20,556       1.8         285   $22,205       1.8
Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Except Sawing                                                305   $18,576       3.6         195   $22,542       3.6
Woodworkers, All Other                                         415   $18,194      24.9         270   $21,319      29.0
Power Plant Operators, Distributors, and Dispatchers           100   $48,625       8.1          95   $49,375       8.6
Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators                      180   $30,565       5.6         140   $31,774       7.0
Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System
  Workers                                                      240   $35,401       8.4         215   $35,637       7.8
Miscellaneous Plant and System Operators                        30   $27,500       6.7          20   $28,125      10.5
Chemical Processing Machine Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders                                                  220   $21,691      26.7         150   $28,438      25.5
Crushing, Grinding, Polishing, Mixing, and Blending
  Workers                                                      535   $23,322       5.3         345   $26,683       4.9
Cutting Workers                                                305   $22,449       0.7         235   $26,094       0.8
Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine
  Setters, Operators, and Tenders                              145   $28,221       8.8         100   $31,146       0.0
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators and
  Tenders                                                       95   $18,000      12.5          55   $25,694       8.8
Inspectors, Testers, Sorter, Samplers, and Weighers          2,125   $25,571       8.3       1,535   $29,488       7.6
Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers                  150   $12,500      37.5          85   $16,250      30.2
Medical, Dental and Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians          185   $24,315      24.9         130   $30,147      32.0
Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders            505   $20,801       1.0         345   $23,482       0.0
Painting Workers                                               475   $18,809       4.9         320   $21,906       5.3
Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine
  Workers                                                      180   $11,940      13.4          90   $18,594      16.9
Semiconductor Processors                                       105   $41,406      53.4          70   $32,969      39.1
Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and Tenders              65   $21,696       0.0          55   $22,500       0.0
Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment
  Operators and Tenders                                         10    $5,000       0.0           4   $26,250       0.0
Cooling and Freezing Equipment Operators and Tenders             4    $8,750       0.0           0         .        .
Etchers and Engravers                                           30   $27,500      21.4          20   $31,250       9.5
Molders, Shapers, and Casters, except Metal and
  Plastic                                                      400   $23,654      38.0         195   $26,484      25.1
Paper Goods Machines Setters, Operators, and Tenders            90   $27,344       2.2          60   $31,563       3.3
Tire Builders                                                    4   $31,250       0.0           4   $31,250       0.0
Helpers-Production Workers                                      65    $7,292      11.1          25   $21,477       0.0
Production Workers, All Other                                3,880   $22,026       6.1       2,850   $25,302       5.1

TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING OCCUPATIONS
Supervisors, Transportation and Material Moving
  Workers                                                      505   $31,292      11.9         420   $33,971       6.9
Aircraft Pilots and Flight Engineers                           235   $55,550      73.0         165   $55,500      65.9
Air Traffic Controllers and Airfield Operations
  Specialists                                                   75   $50,795      22.1          70   $50,227      23.6



TABLE 2.  EARNINGS BY DETAILED OCCUPATION: 1999                                                                                             
          (Data for Civilian Noninstitutional Workers From the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks
          or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time workers.)

          VERMONT; BOTH SEXES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Ambulance Drivers and Attendants, Except Emergency
  Medical Technicians                                            4   $21,250       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Bus Drivers                                                  1,200   $14,210       8.0         350   $24,044      13.2
Driver/Sales Workers and Truck Drivers                       7,310   $26,147       3.8       5,035   $30,290       3.5
Taxi Drivers and Chauffers                                     370   $11,845      15.6         175   $16,506       4.0
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                              60    $2,071       3.4          15    $5,000       0.0
Locomotive Engineers and Operators                              45   $44,167       0.0          40   $41,667       0.0
Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operators                    15   $46,458       0.0          10   $50,250       0.0
Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters                             40   $35,250       4.9          25   $33,750       8.7
Subway, Streetcar, and Other Rail Transportation
  Workers                                                       25   $25,139       0.0          10   $25,833       0.0
Sailors and Marine Oilers                                       20   $51,250      27.8           4   $38,750       0.0
Ship and Boat Captains and Operators                            75   $47,250      58.4          50   $48,654      70.8
Ship Engineers                                                  15   $54,583       0.0          10   $29,792       0.0
Bridge and Lock Tenders                                          4   $38,750       0.0           4   $38,750       0.0
Parking Lot Attendants                                          30   $17,500       7.1          10   $16,250      16.7
Service Station Attendants                                     275    $9,740       0.7         115   $18,182       0.0
Transportation Inspectors                                       60   $44,044      11.9          50   $44,821      14.6
Other Transportation Workers                                    25   $16,176       0.0          15   $16,625       0.0
Conveyor Operators and Tenders                                   4   $18,750       0.0           4   $18,750       0.0
Crane and Tower Operators                                      160   $30,833       3.2         130   $31,402       3.8
Dredge, Excavating, and Loading Machine Operators              225   $20,197       8.1         100   $26,591       2.0
Hoist and Winch Operators                                       15   $28,854       0.0           0         .        .
Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                         520   $25,691       5.0         380   $27,462       6.8
Cleaners of  Vehicles and Equipment                            505   $16,318       2.4         285   $20,556       2.5
Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Materials Movers,
  Hand                                                       3,030   $18,203       4.8       1,780   $22,059       5.0
Machine Feeders and Offbearers                                 105   $20,833      13.2          70   $22,277      11.3
Packers and Packagers, Hand                                    795   $15,461       5.2         450   $18,977       6.4
Pumping Station Operators                                        4   $19,375       0.0           4   $19,375       0.0
Refuse and Recyclable Materials Collectors                     190   $11,471       7.3          90   $21,150       5.6
Shuttle Car Operators                                           15   $16,250     100.0           0         .        .
Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loaders                               10   $27,500      25.0          10   $35,833      30.0
Material Moving Workers, All Other                              85   $25,313       0.0          70   $28,250       0.0

Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Income |  Last Revised: June 03, 2010