Skip Main Navigation Skip To Navigation Content

Income

Skip top of page navigation
Census.govPopulation Income Main Income DataEarnings By Occupation and Education › Occupation - Vermont: Females

TABLE 2. Earnings by Detailed Occupation: 1999: Vermont: Females

(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                                             155,760   $19,205      34.0      84,700   $25,780      34.8

  MANAGEMENT OCCUPATIONS
Chief executives                                               475   $52,344      69.4         375   $59,167      66.5
General and Operations Managers                                565   $34,878      52.7         455   $36,458      51.6
Legislators                                                     45   $19,688      68.9          10   $20,000      16.7
Advertising and Promotions Managers                             70   $26,042      55.6          50   $28,194      61.2
Marketing and Sales Managers                                   805   $31,138      53.9         560   $35,769      50.0
Public Relations Managers                                      165   $32,179      67.5         110   $41,406      68.5
Administrative Services Managers                                65   $36,250      65.6          40   $42,857      76.2
Computer and Information Systems Managers                      235   $47,019      62.4         190   $52,545      60.2
Financial Managers                                           1,270   $32,524      40.2       1,010   $35,934      39.8
Human Resources Managers                                       505   $34,856      42.7         375   $37,750      37.6
Industrial Production Managers                                 160   $30,667      16.7         140   $31,542      12.1
Purchasing Managers                                            145   $31,667      25.0         130   $31,901      24.4
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers              65   $30,833      18.2          60   $37,750      19.7
Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers                   240   $14,405      39.2         125   $23,393      56.0
Farmers and Ranchers                                           600    $9,207      33.8         370   $10,521      35.9
Construction Managers                                          115   $21,500      16.4          90   $24,000      21.6
Education Administrators                                     1,665   $30,887      76.1       1,035   $35,149      78.7
Engineering Managers                                            15   $49,722     100.0          15   $49,722     100.0
Food Service Managers                                          730   $19,144      28.9         445   $22,109      33.5
Funeral Directors                                               10   $26,250       0.0           0         .        .
Gaming Managers                                                 35   $22,589       5.7          25   $23,661       8.7
Lodging Managers                                               495   $21,574      39.3         315   $27,917      38.6
Medical and Health Services Managers                           705   $38,563      60.1         535   $41,649      59.2
Natural Sciences Managers                                       40   $26,944     100.0          30   $28,333     100.0
Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                           190   $33,750       4.7         115   $39,828       2.6
Property, Real Estate, and Community Association
  Managers                                                     325   $24,722      35.2         200   $27,850      27.9
Social and Community Service Managers                          740   $26,889      72.9         490   $30,938      74.2
Managers, All Other                                          1,950   $28,987      41.3       1,330   $32,421      41.2

  BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL OPERATIONS OCCUPATIONS
Agents and Business Managers of Artists,Performers,
  and Athletes                                                  55   $22,708      63.6          30   $27,000      78.1
Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products                      4   $29,375       0.0           4   $29,375       0.0
Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products              320   $20,714      22.0         175   $27,955      21.3
Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and
  Farm Products                                                255   $27,138      26.8         190   $29,375      32.8
Claims Adusters, Appraisers, Examiners, and
  Investigators                                                270   $25,446      30.5         220   $28,214      24.3
Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction,
  Health and Safety, and Transportation                        165   $33,125      42.9         145   $33,894      44.9
Cost Estimators                                                 35   $25,250      52.8          20   $24,167      15.0



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; FEMALES

                                                                               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                                                  965   $26,381      51.9         710   $30,306      51.4
Logisticians                                                    75   $37,794       9.2          70   $38,088       0.0
Management Analysts                                            475   $28,945      71.4         260   $36,016      63.2
Meeting and Convention Planners                                110   $21,304      42.6          40   $30,417      42.5
Other Business Operations Specialists                          615   $24,114      39.1         425   $27,109      29.7
Accountants and Auditors                                     2,180   $28,663      54.4       1,555   $31,128      54.9
Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                        150   $11,375      35.1          40   $27,132      53.7
Budget Analysts                                                 50   $36,591      37.5          40   $36,989      26.8
Credit Analysts                                                 55   $32,679      56.1          55   $33,036      58.2
Financial Analysts                                              65   $30,667      62.5          60   $30,917      60.7
Personal Financial Advisors                                    200   $25,781      51.3         140   $30,441      37.0
Insurance Underwriters                                          80   $28,281      21.0          70   $29,688      15.3
Financial Examiners                                              4  $175,000       0.0           0         .        .
Loan Counselors and Officers                                   475   $30,189      33.3         365   $30,720      32.3
Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents                   55   $31,250      31.6          40   $31,500      25.0
Tax Preparers                                                  130   $21,875      10.6          65   $25,294       3.0
Financial Specialists, All Other                                55   $27,679      57.4          50   $28,036      62.0

  COMPUTER AND MATHEMATICAL OCCUPATIONS
Computer Scientists and System Analyts                         440   $34,844      48.1         285   $38,438      38.5
Computer Programmers                                           365   $41,384      75.2         260   $45,435      73.7
Computer Software Engineers                                    320   $36,481      69.1         230   $41,761      63.2
Computer Support Specialists                                   345   $30,212      38.8         230   $31,569      39.6
Database Administrators                                         45   $23,333      81.8          35   $24,583      88.6
Network and Computer Systems Administrators                    130   $37,083      58.6         105   $35,625      61.2
Network Systems and Data Communication Analysts                230   $27,153      50.7         135   $31,534      39.3
Actuaries                                                       20   $70,313     100.0          20   $70,313     100.0
Mathematicians                                                   4   $50,750     100.0           4   $31,250     100.0
Operations Research Analysts                                    80   $37,368      67.1          35   $45,417      62.9
Statisticians                                                   35   $36,438      69.7          30   $36,750      64.3
Miscellaneous Mathematical Science Occupations                   4   $20,000      50.0           4   $20,000      50.0

ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING OCCUPATIONS
Architects, Except Naval                                       140   $31,493      79.4         100   $32,407      82.7
Surveyors, Cartographers, and Photogrammetrists                 35   $30,750      88.6          30   $31,750      93.5
Aerospace Engineers                                             10   $58,000      75.0          10   $58,750     100.0
Agricultural Engineers                                           0         .        .            0         .        .
Biomedical Engineers                                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Chemical Engineers                                               4   $65,625      66.7           0         .        .
Civil Engineers                                                 25   $22,344      64.0          15   $31,750      70.6
Computer Hardware Engineers                                     25   $24,167      38.5          15   $27,813      20.0
Electrical and Electronic Engineers                             70   $50,769      90.0          35   $55,750      85.7
Environmental Engineers                                         25   $45,179     100.0          20   $45,357     100.0
Industrial Engineers, Including Health and Safety               85   $41,154      63.1          60   $45,625      61.7
Marine Engineers and Naval Architects                            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; FEMALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Materials Engineers                                             40   $28,906      51.2          25   $39,375      20.0
Mechanical Engineers                                            30   $39,375      61.3          30   $47,625      58.6
Mining and Geological Engineers,Including Mining
  Safety Engineers                                               0         .        .            0         .        .
Nuclear Engineers                                                0         .        .            0         .        .
Petroleum Engineers                                              0         .        .            0         .        .
Engineers, All Others                                          175   $40,625      91.4         110   $50,139      92.7
Drafters                                                       110   $23,125      36.4          60   $27,857      40.0
Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters                       325   $31,779      16.9         275   $35,750      12.6
Surveying and Mapping Technicians                               40    $6,364      26.2          10   $21,250       0.0

  LIFE, PHYSICAL, AND SOCIAL SCIENCE OCCUPATIONS
Agricultural and Food Scientists                                20   $12,143      68.2          10   $25,893     100.0
Biological Scientists                                           85   $25,089      97.7          50   $26,563     100.0
Conservation Scientists and Foresters                           25   $33,750      69.2          20   $34,375      57.9
Medical Scientists                                              85   $36,250     100.0          65   $40,268     100.0
Astronomers and Physicists                                       0         .        .            0         .        .
Atmospheric and Space Scientists                                10   $53,750     100.0          10   $53,750     100.0
Chemists and Materials Scientists                               40   $26,875     100.0          40   $27,656     100.0
Environmental Scientists and Geoscientists                      50   $28,333      86.5          35   $40,938      79.4
Physical Scientists, All Other                                 135   $23,162     100.0          50   $37,813     100.0
Economists                                                      10  $102,000     100.0          10  $102,500     100.0
Market/Survey Researchers                                       95   $31,620      76.8          75   $33,438      78.1
Psychologists                                                  565   $26,402      99.6         205   $31,326     100.0
Sociologists                                                     4    $3,750     100.0           0         .        .
Urban and Regional Planners                                     10   $24,375     100.0           4   $31,875     100.0
Miscellaneous Social Scientists and Related Workers             60   $11,250     100.0          25   $31,094     100.0
Agricultural and Food Science Technicians                       75   $28,750      47.3          70   $30,000      48.6
Biological Technicians                                          20   $16,250      54.5           4   $43,250     100.0
Chemical Technicians                                            20   $22,031       0.0          20   $22,031       0.0
Geological and Petroleum Technicians                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Nuclear Technicians                                              0         .        .            0         .        .
Other Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians           230   $15,185      65.1          85   $26,250      69.8

  COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES OCCUPATIONS
Counselors                                                   1,510   $24,872      83.1         755   $27,190      81.0
Social Workers                                               1,600   $24,339      72.2       1,115   $28,019      70.6
Misc. Community and Social Service Specialists                 685   $20,156      57.7         380   $24,409      56.4
Clergy                                                         185   $20,792      85.8         110   $24,205      89.9
Directors, Religious Activities and Education                   75   $13,558      79.5          25   $15,000      50.0
Religious Workers, All Other                                    80   $18,810      70.0          35   $23,929      75.0

  LEGAL OCCUPATIONS
Lawyers                                                        575   $44,792     100.0         385   $51,108     100.0
Judges, Magistrates, and Other Judicial Workers                140   $43,333      71.7         110   $44,740      68.5
Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                705   $25,925      28.6         465   $30,409      22.3
Miscellaneous Legal Support Workers                            315   $16,579      41.4         135   $32,396      30.7



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; FEMALES

                                                                               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                                       1,620   $27,754      93.3         980   $38,845      95.7
Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers                          1,085   $14,902      47.5         655   $17,393      47.6
Elementary and Middle School Teachers                        6,605   $30,129      94.3       4,650   $34,681      96.5
Secondary School Teachers                                    1,935   $30,165      93.6       1,370   $33,824      94.7
Special Education Teachers                                     975   $21,338      73.4         615   $30,081      78.5
Other Teachers and Instructors                               1,405   $11,774      65.2         400   $25,658      69.6
Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians                   120   $24,167      75.4          55   $36,875      78.9
Librarians                                                     770   $19,778      88.5         280   $31,204      88.6
Library Technicians                                            130   $11,528      12.9          50   $26,696      26.5
Teacher Assistants                                           3,240   $10,175      25.3         540   $13,921      29.3
Other Education, Training, and Library Workers                 260   $30,250      83.6         140   $33,281      92.0

  ARTS, DESIGN, ENTERTAINMENT, SPORTS, AND MEDIA
       OCCUPATIONS
Artists and Related Workers                                    595    $6,701      60.1         205   $18,068      61.0
Designers                                                    1,215   $20,444      45.3         690   $25,156      43.9
Actors                                                          10    $7,083      27.3           4    $6,250     100.0
Producers and Directors                                         95   $23,611      76.0          50   $29,063      64.7
Athletes, Coaches, Umpires and Related Workers                 335   $11,413      60.5         100   $22,500      60.0
Dancers and Choreographers                                      20    $8,194      47.4           4    $8,750     100.0
Musicians, Singers and Related Workers                         130    $4,881      73.5          15   $21,875      86.7
Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related
  Workers, All Other                                            40    $9,500      32.5          15   $10,000      28.6
Announcers                                                      75   $21,500      27.6          50   $25,700      12.0
News Analysts, Reporters, and Correspondents                   150   $23,824      89.5          90   $28,990     100.0
Public Relations Specialists                                   285   $30,938      71.1         185   $38,571      64.7
Editors                                                        300   $20,917      87.7         155   $29,313      88.9
Technical Writers                                              100   $36,094      87.1          70   $41,250      87.3
Writers and Authors                                            375   $15,391      90.2         115   $22,150      91.2
Miscellaneous Media and Communication Workers                  115   $20,000      53.5          20   $34,583      57.9
Broadcast and Sound Engineering Technicians and
  Radio Operators                                               50   $13,214      38.5          10   $14,464      63.6
Photographers                                                   70   $25,167      33.3          45   $27,250      29.8
Television, Video and Motion Picture Camera
  Operators and Editors                                         20   $27,500     100.0           4   $21,250     100.0
Media and Communication Equipment Workers,
  All Other                                                      0         .        .            0         .        .

  HEALTHCARE PRACTIONERS AND TECHNICAL OCCUPATIONS
Chiropractors                                                   45    $3,750      84.8          20    $2,708     100.0
Dentists                                                        30   $80,417     100.0          25   $17,500     100.0
Dieticians and Nutritionists                                   185   $25,446      84.5          70   $34,306      74.6
Optometrists                                                    25   $50,938     100.0           4   $73,750     100.0
Pharmacists                                                    135   $50,729      98.5          80   $62,500     100.0
Physicians and Surgeons                                        555   $52,218     100.0         295   $77,857     100.0
Physician Assistants                                           110   $25,938      67.6          55   $34,167      48.1



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; FEMALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Podiatrists                                                      0         .        .            0         .        .
Registered Nurses                                            5,720   $31,921      58.2       2,750   $39,257      55.2
Audiologists                                                    40   $34,844     100.0          30   $46,500     100.0
Occupational Therapists                                        205   $31,413      84.8          65   $38,182     100.0
Physical Therapists                                            420   $35,893      96.4         210   $42,356      94.3
Radiation Therapists                                            10   $46,875       0.0          10   $47,500       0.0
Recreational Therapists                                         40   $15,125      58.5          10   $17,083     100.0
Respiratory Therapists                                          95   $36,875      28.7          70   $40,069      36.6
Speech-Language Pathologists                                   230   $32,625      97.8         100   $37,917     100.0
Therapists, All Others                                         155   $21,083      80.3          60   $28,625      67.2
Veterinarians                                                  130   $38,750     100.0          75   $41,719     100.0
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practioners,
  All Other                                                     25   $10,625      72.0          10   $15,417      54.5
Clinical Lab Technologists and Technicians                     505   $29,844      58.1         310   $37,885      65.4
Dental Hygienists                                              460   $31,352      15.7         170   $36,625      17.4
Diagnostic Related Technologists and Technicians               280   $27,356      13.9         135   $32,120      14.3
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                   120   $12,500      22.1          45   $35,208      25.6
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practioners Support
  Technicians                                                  540   $17,280      18.1         285   $20,153      12.9
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses            1,565   $22,873      10.2         855   $26,473       6.4
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians             180   $15,833      12.8         110   $21,667       7.3
Opticians, Dispensing                                           55   $30,147      12.5          40   $28,500       5.0
Miscellaneous Health Technologists and Technicians              95   $22,847      29.5          45   $30,234      13.3
Other Healthcare Practioners and Technical
  Occupations                                                   75   $30,972      51.9          55   $40,388      66.7

HEALTHCARE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS
Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides                  3,645   $15,461       6.3       1,765   $19,408       3.4
Occupational Therapist Assistants and Aides                     55   $11,250      31.6          15   $30,625      23.5
Physical Therapist Assistants and Aides                         60   $25,750      17.7          45   $26,938       4.7
Massage Therapists                                             280   $10,583      43.6          55   $21,719      49.1
Dental Assistants                                              480   $19,900      13.3         250   $21,532       8.0
Medical Assistants and Other Healthcare Support
 Occupations                                                   905   $16,740      19.5         420   $20,925      10.2

  PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Correctional
  Officers                                                      15   $45,250      53.3          10   $36,786      30.0
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and
  Detectives                                                    10   $42,500      50.0          10   $42,500      50.0
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting and
  Prevention Workers                                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Supervisors, Protective Service Workers, All Other              15   $33,571      12.5          15   $34,107      15.4
Fire Fighters                                                    4   $22,188      28.6           4   $22,188      28.6
Fire Inspectors                                                  4   $11,250     100.0           0         .        .
Baliffs, Correctional Officers and Jailers                      40   $29,375      12.2          40   $22,500       5.3
Detectives and Criminal Investigators                           60   $43,750      45.0          50   $47,813      49.0
Fish and Game Wardens                                            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; FEMALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Parking Enforcement Workers                                      4   $18,750       0.0           4   $18,750       0.0
Police and Sheriff Patrol Officers                              95   $32,212      58.1          90   $32,404      57.1
Transit and Railroad Police                                      0         .        .            0         .        .
Animal Control Workers                                           4   $12,500       0.0           4   $13,750       0.0
Private Detectives and Investigators                            10   $30,357      75.0           4   $26,250       0.0
Security Guards and Gaming Surveillance Officers               185   $14,138       4.8          75   $24,231       4.1
Crossing Guards                                                115    $4,693      20.9           4   $18,125       0.0
Lifeguards and Other Protective Service Workers                145    $6,042      42.4          20   $17,500      90.9

  FOOD PREPARATION AND SERVING RELATED OCCUPATIONS
Chefs and Head Cooks                                           280   $16,827      19.1         140   $19,091      14.5
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation
  and Serving Workers                                          710   $18,333      10.3         500   $20,769       9.0
Cooks                                                        1,830   $10,025       3.6         575   $16,333       3.3
Food Preparation Workers                                       585    $7,713       4.6         175   $15,720       4.0
Bartenders                                                     470   $11,212      13.0         185   $15,807       8.2
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers,
  Including Fast Food                                          630   $10,825       8.4         260   $15,577       3.4
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession and
  Coffee Shop                                                  165    $9,556       5.5          45   $11,680       4.7
Waiters and Waitresses                                       2,800   $10,174      14.8         760   $16,533      14.6
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                                    215    $8,718       1.9          40   $16,080       0.0
Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender
  Helpers                                                      130    $8,060       5.3          20   $13,889       0.0
Dishwashers                                                    220    $7,315       0.0          30   $11,736       0.0
Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee
  Shop                                                         255    $6,711      16.8          30   $22,917       6.9
Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers,
  All Other                                                      4   $21,250       0.0           0         .        .

  BUILDING AND GROUNDS CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
    OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping and
  Janitorial Workers                                           320   $18,205       8.4         215   $20,102       7.5
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, Lawn
  Service, and Groundskeeping Workers                           25   $10,625      38.5           4   $12,500      50.0
Janitors and Building Cleaners                               1,370   $11,539       4.9         580   $18,505       1.2
Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                              3,245    $9,625       5.3       1,020   $16,010       6.3
Pest Control Workers                                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Grounds Maintenance Workers                                    325   $10,692      41.4          60   $14,479      31.1

  PERSONAL CARE AND SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Gaming Workers               45   $12,500      28.3          20   $30,625      30.0
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service
  Workers                                                      215   $17,697      19.4         145   $21,181      17.7
Animal Trainers                                                 90   $24,375      37.1          45   $25,813      31.9
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                                      185   $15,125      25.3          95   $19,750      33.7



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; FEMALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Gaming Workers                                                  10    $2,500       0.0           4   $11,250       0.0
Motion Picture Projectionists                                    0         .        .            0         .        .
Ushers,Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers                      30   $13,250      50.0          10   $13,750     100.0
Miscellaneous Entertainment Attendants and Related
  Workers                                                       90    $7,813      16.9          20   $21,250       0.0
Funeral Service Workers                                          4   $11,250     100.0           4   $11,250     100.0
Barbers                                                         50   $13,929      11.5          15   $27,875      17.6
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists               1,385   $13,804       8.6         655   $15,717       7.5
Miscellaneous Personal Appearance Workers                       70   $12,411       7.0          40   $14,327      12.8
Baggage Porters, Bellhops, and Concierges                       15   $21,875       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Tour and Travel Guides                                         130    $4,375      16.0          20   $21,250      15.0
Transportation Attendants                                       50   $21,429      51.9          15   $32,083      53.3
Child Care Workers                                           3,575   $10,207      14.6       1,775   $14,838      13.0
Personal and Home Care Aides                                 1,330   $11,580      10.0         530   $18,074       7.0
Recreation and Fitness Workers                                 410   $11,327      47.8         115   $20,750      50.4
Residential Advisors                                           140    $9,417      44.4          40   $21,500      67.5
Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other                    55   $20,134      24.5          30   $21,250      46.4

  SALES AND RELATED OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales
  Workers                                                    3,520   $18,559      23.2       2,300   $22,444      21.1
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales
  Workers                                                      710   $23,446      27.4         505   $27,885      22.1
Cashiers                                                     3,595    $8,568       7.7       1,095   $15,236       8.3
Counter and Rental Clerks                                      205   $10,292       4.9          75   $16,042       7.9
Parts Salespersons                                              25   $17,500       7.7          20   $21,458       0.0
Retail Salespersons                                          3,670   $11,217      21.3       1,385   $18,924      18.9
Advertising Sales Agents                                       310   $24,186      39.0         220   $28,281      35.1
Insurance Sales Agents                                         490   $25,864      18.4         365   $28,219      22.6
Securities, Commodities, and Finanancial Services
  Sales Agents                                                 195   $25,625      49.2         140   $32,159      45.3
Travel Agents                                                  270   $19,419      42.6         185   $21,463      42.2
Sales Representatives, Services, All Other                     370   $22,868      35.0         220   $30,739      40.3
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing             740   $22,991      35.0         405   $27,482      43.7
Models, Demonstrators, and Product Promoters                    65   $10,208      16.4          20   $16,389       0.0
Real Estate Brokers and Sales Agents                           715   $28,750      39.3         390   $37,500      37.8
Sales Engineers                                                 10   $43,750      37.5          10   $43,750      37.5
Telemarketers                                                  225   $10,143      24.1          55   $22,443      41.8
Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors
  and Related Workers                                          270    $7,963      14.2          60   $19,844       6.8
Sales and Related Workers, All Other                           265   $25,179      59.0         150   $35,167      80.0

OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and
Administrative Support Workers                               3,035   $24,273      21.8       2,245   $26,224      16.5
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service             160   $15,488      19.8          65   $17,269      15.9



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; FEMALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Telephone Operators                                            115   $16,250       0.0          50   $24,500       0.0
Communication Equipment Operators, All Other                    30    $9,833      39.3          15   $26,875      84.6
Bill and Account Collectors                                    135   $24,000      12.7          85   $27,059      11.6
Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators               715   $19,155      13.1         450   $21,614       6.7
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                 4,550   $19,636      14.7       2,560   $24,078      11.1
Gaming Cage Workers                                              4   $11,250       0.0           0         .        .
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                 215   $23,594      25.6         140   $25,655      28.9
Procurement Clerks                                              35   $19,722      25.0          30   $36,250      32.1
Tellers                                                        930   $15,596       9.9         500   $19,031       5.6
Brokerage Clerks                                                 4   $21,250       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Correspondence Clerks                                            4   $23,750       0.0           4   $23,750       0.0
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                           135   $23,346      23.3          70   $25,446      32.4
Credit Authorizers, Checkers and Clerks                        125   $18,445      27.6          65   $18,750      46.2
Customer Service Representatives                             2,245   $20,870      16.4       1,435   $24,156      14.7
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                  135   $26,339      35.3         115   $30,750      32.5
File Clerks                                                    670   $15,382      21.0         345   $19,651      14.8
Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                           255   $15,924      12.8         120   $19,679      14.3
Interviewers Except Eligibility and Loan                       495   $11,620      35.2         150   $23,583      23.0
Library Assistants, Clerical                                   355    $8,206      37.7          50   $20,882      22.9
Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                   150   $25,208      15.3         125   $26,042       9.7
New Account Clerks                                              30   $22,188       0.0          20   $27,917       0.0
Order Clerks                                                   265   $16,552      10.6         135   $21,207       8.1
Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and
  Timekeeping                                                  100   $21,196      24.0          75   $21,324      13.2
Receptionists and Information Clerks                         2,070   $16,461      14.4       1,020   $20,571      12.6
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and
  Travel Clerks                                                250   $16,375      31.9         125   $19,840      37.4
Information and Record Clerks, All Other                       185   $22,763      49.5         100   $25,948      56.9
Cargo and Freight Agents                                        10    $3,750       0.0           0         .        .
Couriers and Messengers                                        100   $19,545       9.0          60   $27,250       3.4
Dispatchers                                                    445   $24,282       7.2         355   $27,670       9.0
Meter Readers, Utilities                                        35   $21,875       8.6          25   $25,179       0.0
Postal Service Clerks                                          285   $31,896      10.5         175   $36,464       9.0
Postal Service Mail Carriers                                   355   $28,750      12.6         235   $35,673      12.3
Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and
  Processing Machine Operators                                 150   $25,962      12.7          95   $32,188      10.5
Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                    470   $22,344      23.5         355   $25,625      25.5
Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                        525   $18,750       2.9         350   $21,212       3.2
Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                 935   $14,897       9.0         530   $20,260       6.6
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers,
  Recordkeeping                                                140   $21,607      27.7         115   $23,125      33.6
Secretaries and Administrative Assistants                    7,970   $20,634      16.2       4,890   $24,282      12.3
Computer Operators                                             255   $21,352      19.1         175   $23,466      24.3
Data Entry Keyers                                            1,135   $18,661      14.0         645   $21,553      12.7
Word Processors and Typists                                    190   $12,371      26.7          75   $19,375      21.3
Desktop Publishers                                              60   $20,375      36.1          30   $28,269      57.1
Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks                  405   $22,250      11.7         305   $23,906      13.9



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; FEMALES

                                                                               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                                               245   $15,500       9.4         105   $20,278      10.4
Office Clerks, General                                       2,480   $15,879      16.6       1,060   $23,086      12.5
Office Machine Operators, Except Computer                       75   $16,544      13.7          35   $17,750       5.7
Proofreaders and Copy Markers                                   95   $17,083      34.0          55   $27,361      37.7
Statistical Assistants                                          35    $2,431      45.7          15   $33,056      35.7
Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other           850   $23,087      44.1         535   $25,550      40.6

FARMING, FISHING, AND FORESTRY OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing
  and Forestry Workers                                          40   $19,500      16.7          30   $23,438      13.8
Agricultural Inspectors                                          4   $17,500       0.0           4   $33,750       0.0
Animal Breeders                                                 30    $3,125      61.3          20    $1,750      71.4
Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products                      25   $12,250      14.8          20   $13,500      18.2
Miscellaneous Agricultural Workers                             570    $9,057      22.4         195   $14,292      15.7
Fishers and Related Fishing Workers                              4    $8,750       0.0           0         .        .
Hunters and Trappers                                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Forest and Conservation Workers                                 10   $20,500      62.5           0         .        .
Logging Workers                                                 15   $10,000       0.0          10   $16,875       0.0

CONSTRUCTION AND EXTRACTION WORKERS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction
  Trades and Extraction Workers                                 95   $22,917      35.8          65   $29,375      25.0
Boilermakers                                                     0         .        .            0         .        .
Brickmasons, Blockmasons, and Stonemasons                       10    $5,000      25.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Carpenters                                                      80   $12,500      15.4          25   $22,625       8.0
Carpet, Floor and Tile Installers and Finishers                 15   $11,625      23.1           4   $11,250       0.0
Cement Masons, Concrete Finishers, and Terrazzo
  Workers                                                        0         .        .            0         .        .
Contruction Laborers                                            40   $11,563       0.0          15   $27,083       0.0
Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators              10   $23,750       0.0           0         .        .
Pile-Driver Operators                                            0         .        .            0         .        .
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment
  Operators                                                     20   $13,125       0.0          10   $43,281       0.0
Drywall Installers, Ceiling Tile Installers, and
  Tapers                                                         4   $30,000       0.0           4   $30,000       0.0
Electricians                                                    55   $21,786      37.0          40   $24,167      21.1
Glaziers                                                        15   $10,625       0.0           4   $18,750       0.0
Insulation Workers                                               4   $31,250       0.0           4   $31,250       0.0
Painters, Construction and Maintenance                         215   $10,962      26.4          65   $19,375      58.2
Paperhangers                                                    25    $5,500       7.7           4    $5,000       0.0
Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters             30   $17,500       0.0          10   $16,250       0.0
Plasterers and Stucco Masons                                     4   $21,250       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Reinforcing Iron Workers                                         0         .        .            0         .        .
Roofers                                                         25    $1,548       0.0           4   $28,750       0.0
Sheet Metal Workers                                             10   $10,714       0.0           0         .        .
Structural Iron and Steel Workers                                0         .        .            0         .        .
Helpers, Construction Trades                                     4   $11,250       0.0           4   $21,875       0.0
Construction and Building Inspectors                             4   $21,250       0.0           0         .        .
Elevator Installers and Repairers                                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; FEMALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Fence Erectors                                                   0         .        .            0         .        .
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers                             15   $14,432      35.3          15   $14,432      35.3
Highway Maintenance Workers                                     20   $16,250       0.0           4   $24,167       0.0
Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance Equipment
  Operators                                                      0         .        .            0         .        .
Septic Tank Services and Sewer Pipe Cleaners                     0         .        .            0         .        .
Miscellaneous Construction and Related Workers                   0         .        .            0         .        .
Derrick, Rotary Drill, and Service Unit Operators,
  Oil, Gas, and Mining                                           0         .        .            0         .        .
Earth Drillers Except Oil and Gas                                0         .        .            0         .        .
Explosives Workers, Ordnance handling Experts, and
  Blasters                                                       0         .        .            0         .        .
Mining Machine Operators                                         0         .        .            0         .        .
Roof Bolters, Mining                                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Roustabouts, Oil and Gas                                         0         .        .            0         .        .
Helpers - Extraction Workers                                     0         .        .            0         .        .
Other Extraction Workers                                         0         .        .            0         .        .

INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics,
  Installers and Repairers                                      75   $33,125       2.7          65   $34,792       3.0
Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine
  Repairers                                                     40   $22,188      43.9          25   $40,781      59.3
Radio and Telecommunications Equipment Installers
  and Repairers                                                 30   $30,156       0.0          20   $31,719       0.0
Avionics Technicians                                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related  Repairers               4   $11,250       0.0           0         .        .
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Transportation
  Equipment                                                      4   $51,250       0.0           4   $51,250       0.0
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Industrial and
  Utility                                                        0         .        .            0         .        .
Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor
  Vehicles                                                       0         .        .            0         .        .
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers
  and Repairers                                                  4    $1,250       0.0           0         .        .
Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                       4   $76,250     100.0           4   $76,250     100.0
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                       4   $28,750       0.0           4   $28,750       0.0
Automotive Body and Related Repairers                            4    $8,750       0.0           0         .        .
Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers                        0         .        .            0         .        .
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                    60   $19,875      15.5          45   $24,464      13.3
Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine
  Specialists                                                    4   $21,250       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Heavy Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Service
  Technicians and Mechanics                                      0         .        .            0         .        .
Small Engine Mechanics                                          10   $19,167       0.0           4   $23,750       0.0
Miscellaneous Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics,
  Installers, and Repairers                                      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; FEMALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Control and Valve Installers and Repairers                      10   $17,250       0.0           4   $36,250       0.0
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
  Mechanics and Installers                                       4    $1,250       0.0           0         .        .
Home Appliance Repairers                                         4    $1,250       0.0           4    $1,250       0.0
Industrial and Refractory Machinery Mechanics                   40   $25,179      12.2          35   $26,250      14.3
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                         25   $22,969       0.0          20   $23,594       0.0
Maintenance Workers, Machinery                                   0         .        .            0         .        .
Millwrights                                                     15   $16,750       0.0          10   $16,250       0.0
Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers                   4   $65,625       0.0           4   $65,625       0.0
Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers                20   $56,103       0.0          20   $56,103       0.0
Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers                    15   $22,361      52.9          15   $22,361      52.9
Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and
  Repairers                                                     15   $12,188       0.0          10   $15,625       0.0
Commercial Divers                                                0         .        .            0         .        .
Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                                    0         .        .            0         .        .
Manufactured Building and Mobile Home Installers                 0         .        .            0         .        .
Riggers                                                          0         .        .            0         .        .
Signal and Track Switch Repairers                                0         .        .            0         .        .
Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers           0         .        .            0         .        .
Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers             70   $21,125      19.7          50   $24,375      17.6

PRODUCTION OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and
  Operating Workers                                            705   $25,833      18.5         545   $29,167      15.8
Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems
  Assemblers                                                    20   $28,000       0.0          20   $28,000       0.0
Electrical, Electronics, and Electromechanical
  Assemblers                                                   325   $16,967       4.3         220   $20,640       2.3
Engine and Other Machines Assemblers                             4   $19,375       0.0           4   $40,625       0.0
Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters                         0         .        .            0         .        .
Miscellaneous Assemblers and Fabricators                     1,145   $17,901       3.4         820   $21,114       3.2
Bakers                                                         375   $13,576       9.3         195   $19,135       5.7
Butchers and Other Meat, Poultry, and Fish Processing
  Workers                                                       45   $10,000       6.8          30   $12,500      10.7
Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking, and Drying Machine
  Operators and Tenders                                          4   $13,750     100.0           0         .        .
Food Batchmakers                                               115   $14,038       8.8          70   $16,304      14.3
Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders                      15   $23,583       0.0          15   $23,583       0.0
Computer Control Programmers and Operators                      25   $43,438       0.0          25   $43,438       0.0
Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                30   $25,341       0.0          30   $25,455       0.0
Forging Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Metal and Plastic                                              0         .        .            0         .        .
Rolling Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Metal and Plastic                                             35   $18,125       0.0          35   $18,750       0.0
Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters,
  Operators and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                      15    $7,500       0.0           4   $16,250       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; FEMALES

                                                                               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                                 0         .        .            0         .        .
Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine
  Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal
   and Plastic                                                  55   $19,583       3.5          50   $23,750       0.0
Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                 4   $31,250       0.0           4   $31,250       0.0
Milling and Planing Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                     4   $21,250       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Machinists                                                     155   $21,982       0.0         130   $22,500       0.0
Metal Furnace and Kiln Operators and Tenders                     0         .        .            0         .        .
Model Makers and Patternmakers, Metal and Plastic                4    $1,250       0.0           4    $1,250       0.0
Molders and Molding Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                    40   $22,031       0.0          35   $23,393       0.0
Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Metal and Plastic                                             20   $21,944       0.0          15   $22,361       0.0
Tool and Die Makers                                             30   $17,188       0.0          15   $26,042       0.0
Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Workers                        100   $18,750       0.0          75   $20,250       0.0
Heat Treating Equipment Equipment Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                 0         .        .            0         .        .
Lay-Out Workers, Metal and Plastic                               0         .        .            0         .        .
Plating and Coating Machine Setters, operators, and
  Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                     4   $11,875       0.0           4   $16,250       0.0
Tool Grinders, Filers and Sharpeners                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Metalworkers and Plastic Workers, All Others                   535   $22,169       4.3         430   $23,784       4.4
Bookbinders and Bindery Workers                                100   $21,000      10.0          70   $22,313       0.0
Job Printers                                                    30   $21,771      19.4          30   $21,875      20.0
Prepress Technicians and Workers                               130   $23,929      15.2         105   $26,250      15.2
Printing Machine Operators                                      95   $19,844       4.3          65   $22,083       0.0
Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers                               280   $13,523       0.7         150   $16,731       1.3
Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials               70    $9,896       0.0          30   $14,000       0.0
Sewing Machine Operators                                       675   $12,863       3.4         370   $15,833       2.7
Shoe and Leather Workers and Repairers                          15    $4,135       0.0           4    $3,750       0.0
Shoe Machine Operators and Tenders                               4    $1,667       0.0           0         .        .
Tailors, Dressmakers, and Sewers                               400    $8,750      17.4         165   $17,917      15.2
Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operators and
  Tenders                                                       30    $1,786      23.3          10   $18,393      77.8
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders                                                        4    $3,750     100.0           0         .        .
Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters,
  Operators, and Tenders                                        60    $4,844      17.2          15   $18,542       0.0
Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out Machine
  Setters, Operators, and Tenders                               10   $15,417       0.0           4   $11,875       0.0
Extruding and Forming Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders, Synthetic and Glass Fibers                            0         .        .            0         .        .
Fabric and Apparel Patternmakers                                10   $14,643       0.0          10   $14,643       0.0
Upholsterers                                                    55   $11,429       5.6          30   $10,179      10.3
Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All Other             4    $2,500       0.0           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; FEMALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                               4   $21,250       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Furniture Finishers                                             55   $14,489      17.0          40   $17,500      18.4
Model Makers and Patternmakers, Wood                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood            40   $14,643       0.0          25   $20,357       0.0
Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Except Sawing                                                135   $16,910       1.5          75   $22,750       2.7
Woodworkers, All Other                                          30   $17,386      44.8          20   $16,818      11.1
Power Plant Operators, Distributors, and Dispatchers             4   $21,250       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators                        4    $8,750       0.0           4    $8,750       0.0
Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System
  Workers                                                       15   $31,042      38.5          15   $31,042      38.5
Miscellaneous Plant and System Operators                         4   $18,750       0.0           4   $18,750       0.0
Chemical Processing Machine Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders                                                   30   $20,250       0.0          15   $26,250       0.0
Crushing, Grinding, Polishing, Mixing, and Blending
  Workers                                                       60   $15,795       6.8          40   $17,500       0.0
Cutting Workers                                                 70   $21,964       0.0          45   $29,861       0.0
Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine
  Setters, Operators, and Tenders                               15   $20,000       0.0           4   $30,417       0.0
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators and
  Tenders                                                       45   $18,000      15.2          35   $20,625      14.3
Inspectors, Testers, Sorter, Samplers, and Weighers            915   $21,535       4.3         645   $24,420       5.6
Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers                   60    $9,659      25.4          20   $11,250       9.5
Medical, Dental and Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians           65   $22,625      10.9          35   $22,813      21.2
Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders            245   $18,583       1.2         165   $22,198       0.0
Painting Workers                                               175   $14,583       6.8         100   $18,688       9.1
Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine
  Workers                                                      100   $11,106      12.1          50   $15,313       6.3
Semiconductor Processors                                        30   $26,310       0.0          20   $26,528       0.0
Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and Tenders              15   $15,000       0.0          10   $20,833       0.0
Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment
  Operators and Tenders                                          4    $3,750       0.0           0         .        .
Cooling and Freezing Equipment Operators and Tenders             0         .        .            0         .        .
Etchers and Engravers                                           10   $17,917      66.7           4   $28,750     100.0
Molders, Shapers, and Casters, except Metal and
  Plastic                                                       80    $4,798      73.4          20   $14,063      40.9
Paper Goods Machines Setters, Operators, and Tenders            20   $26,667       0.0          15   $26,667       0.0
Tire Builders                                                    0         .        .            0         .        .
Helpers-Production Workers                                      30    $4,773       0.0           4   $21,250       0.0
Production Workers, All Other                                1,370   $17,654       7.5         985   $20,775       6.2

TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING OCCUPATIONS
Supervisors, Transportation and Material Moving
  Workers                                                       60   $19,327       5.1          30   $20,938       0.0
Aircraft Pilots and Flight Engineers                            25   $56,154      76.9          25   $56,250      76.0
Air Traffic Controllers and Airfield Operations
  Specialists                                                   15   $36,667      42.9          10   $35,625      66.7



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; FEMALES

                                                                               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                                                    425   $11,951       2.6          85   $19,934       5.9
Driver/Sales Workers and Truck Drivers                         375   $15,725       7.4         175   $19,946      11.4
Taxi Drivers and Chauffers                                      80   $10,952      17.5          35   $22,857       0.0
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                              15    $4,107      13.3          10    $4,643       0.0
Locomotive Engineers and Operators                               0         .        .            0         .        .
Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operators                     0         .        .            0         .        .
Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters                              4   $12,500      50.0           4   $23,750     100.0
Subway, Streetcar, and Other Rail Transportation
  Workers                                                        4    $1,250       0.0           0         .        .
Sailors and Marine Oilers                                        0         .        .            0         .        .
Ship and Boat Captains and Operators                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Ship Engineers                                                   0         .        .            0         .        .
Bridge and Lock Tenders                                          0         .        .            0         .        .
Parking Lot Attendants                                           0         .        .            0         .        .
Service Station Attendants                                     100    $8,947       2.0          40   $11,188       0.0
Transportation Inspectors                                        4   $46,250      50.0           4   $46,250      50.0
Other Transportation Workers                                     4    $6,250       0.0           0         .        .
Conveyor Operators and Tenders                                   4   $18,750       0.0           4   $18,750       0.0
Crane and Tower Operators                                        4   $13,750       0.0           4   $13,750       0.0
Dredge, Excavating, and Loading Machine Operators                4   $21,875       0.0           4   $26,250       0.0
Hoist and Winch Operators                                        0         .        .            0         .        .
Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                          20   $16,250       0.0          15   $25,536       0.0
Cleaners of  Vehicles and Equipment                            145   $11,364       8.3          50   $18,250      14.3
Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Materials Movers,
  Hand                                                         665   $12,800       3.5         370   $17,714       0.5
Machine Feeders and Offbearers                                  45    $7,105      13.6          15   $26,875       0.0
Packers and Packagers, Hand                                    540   $13,159       3.2         270   $17,739       1.8
Pumping Station Operators                                        4   $13,750       0.0           4   $13,750       0.0
Refuse and Recyclable Materials Collectors                      40    $1,875      35.9           4   $29,583     100.0
Shuttle Car Operators                                            0         .        .            0         .        .
Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loaders                                0         .        .            0         .        .
Material Moving Workers, All Other                              10   $21,250       0.0          10   $21,750       0.0

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