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TABLE 2. Earnings by Detailed Occupation: 1999: Occupation - Vermont: Males

(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                                             166,945   $29,114      30.6     120,735   $33,105      31.2

  MANAGEMENT OCCUPATIONS
Chief executives                                             2,045   $75,958      63.4       1,710   $80,648      63.8
General and Operations Managers                              1,425   $47,166      52.6       1,255   $50,176      51.3
Legislators                                                     80   $30,625      73.4          50   $41,563      64.7
Advertising and Promotions Managers                            110   $34,625      48.6         100   $36,500      53.0
Marketing and Sales Managers                                 1,055   $44,458      66.7         900   $46,615      67.1
Public Relations Managers                                       60   $57,500      70.0          55   $65,536      68.4
Administrative Services Managers                               205   $44,125      43.0         190   $45,476      43.2
Computer and Information Systems Managers                      535   $52,180      64.2         455   $56,348      61.5
Financial Managers                                             850   $52,813      77.6         730   $55,492      80.0
Human Resources Managers                                       370   $52,813      63.8         330   $55,729      68.4
Industrial Production Managers                                 720   $47,112      38.4         690   $48,060      38.6
Purchasing Managers                                            185   $48,125      54.1         160   $48,750      48.7
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers             355   $35,063      16.1         305   $38,750      16.5
Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers                   900   $24,468      14.2         735   $25,615      14.9
Farmers and Ranchers                                         2,225   $15,586      14.2       1,750   $17,479      13.1
Construction Managers                                        1,625   $36,458      29.7       1,310   $39,266      30.6
Education Administrators                                     1,025   $50,000      85.6         740   $51,707      88.0
Engineering Managers                                           355   $70,811      78.1         310   $71,071      77.9
Food Service Managers                                          865   $30,109      35.9         640   $31,456      38.1
Funeral Directors                                              130   $36,528      31.8         115   $41,500      35.3
Gaming Managers                                                 25   $22,031      34.6          25   $22,031      34.6
Lodging Managers                                               620   $27,768      50.4         445   $30,071      46.4
Medical and Health Services Managers                           400   $59,375      76.7         345   $57,067      75.8
Natural Sciences Managers                                       25   $99,375      76.9          20  $108,333     100.0
Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                           135   $44,750      14.2         120   $46,786      13.3
Property, Real Estate, and Community Association
  Managers                                                     485   $33,802      32.4         375   $35,938      29.7
Social and Community Service Managers                          375   $36,037      66.6         320   $39,375      69.8
Managers, All Other                                          2,845   $46,577      49.2       2,330   $51,147      50.1

  BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL OPERATIONS OCCUPATIONS
Agents and Business Managers of Artists,Performers,
  and Athletes                                                  60   $25,526      83.3          40   $26,184      95.0
Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products                     55   $20,781       3.7          40   $21,953       5.1
Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products              260   $25,795      23.8         195   $29,167      19.4
Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and
  Farm Products                                                325   $42,031      39.4         310   $43,333      41.6
Claims Adusters, Appraisers, Examiners, and
  Investigators                                                175   $38,068      56.5         170   $38,409      58.1
Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction,
  Health and Safety, and Transportation                        165   $43,646      51.5         150   $45,250      55.3
Cost Estimators                                                205   $38,906      35.0         165   $39,844      37.0



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; MALES

                                                                               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                                                  595   $35,380      49.7         440   $40,000      46.1
Logisticians                                                    50   $61,250      26.9          50   $61,250      26.9
Management Analysts                                            820   $50,409      80.6         470   $64,091      79.0
Meeting and Convention Planners                                 15   $36,719      33.3           4   $50,417      60.0
Other Business Operations Specialists                          210   $28,083      30.8         165   $31,125      34.7
Accountants and Auditors                                     1,375   $40,212      78.7       1,075   $45,260      78.7
Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                        285   $30,069      54.4         210   $39,625      58.4
Budget Analysts                                                 10   $37,083      45.5          10   $37,083      45.5
Credit Analysts                                                 30   $32,961     100.0          30   $32,961     100.0
Financial Analysts                                              75   $67,361      86.3          65  $100,192      84.6
Personal Financial Advisors                                    300   $62,396      82.6         200   $81,389      76.5
Insurance Underwriters                                          15   $29,107      58.8          15   $29,821      46.2
Financial Examiners                                              0         .        .            0         .        .
Loan Counselors and Officers                                   265   $36,813      66.7         235   $40,357      67.1
Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents                   90   $59,750      70.8          75   $61,563      64.4
Tax Preparers                                                  100   $21,563      66.3          45   $68,333      45.5
Financial Specialists, All Other                                45   $42,237      73.9          30   $41,250      61.3

  COMPUTER AND MATHEMATICAL OCCUPATIONS
Computer Scientists and System Analyts                         735   $37,222      50.3         570   $41,228      52.9
Computer Programmers                                           910   $48,229      56.7         750   $50,792      55.7
Computer Software Engineers                                    975   $50,818      77.8         825   $52,679      80.6
Computer Support Specialists                                   405   $29,750      39.4         280   $33,188      41.3
Database Administrators                                        155   $42,589      68.6         140   $43,661      71.6
Network and Computer Systems Administrators                    430   $40,948      51.2         385   $41,810      46.9
Network Systems and Data Communication Analysts                385   $31,845      57.4         295   $35,588      57.8
Actuaries                                                        4   $21,875     100.0           4   $76,250     100.0
Mathematicians                                                   0         .        .            0         .        .
Operations Research Analysts                                    50   $36,250      56.0          40   $40,833      54.8
Statisticians                                                   40   $36,591      92.9          40   $36,932     100.0
Miscellaneous Mathematical Science Occupations                   4   $11,250     100.0           0         .        .

ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING OCCUPATIONS
Architects, Except Naval                                       525   $35,905      86.9         390   $41,563      86.2
Surveyors, Cartographers, and Photogrammetrists                160   $32,500      75.6         115   $34,886      72.2
Aerospace Engineers                                            140   $63,173      68.8         120   $63,846      66.4
Agricultural Engineers                                           0         .        .            0         .        .
Biomedical Engineers                                            20   $50,625     100.0          20   $50,625     100.0
Chemical Engineers                                              60   $62,250      86.7          55   $61,500      85.2
Civil Engineers                                                480   $48,750      77.9         350   $53,846      81.6
Computer Hardware Engineers                                    165   $59,271      64.4         145   $77,750      69.9
Electrical and Electronic Engineers                            980   $64,057      81.4         900   $65,000      81.3
Environmental Engineers                                        100   $45,417      76.5          95   $45,833      75.5
Industrial Engineers, Including Health and Safety              510   $51,797      53.7         435   $53,194      53.1
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; MALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Materials Engineers                                             75   $40,000      56.6          55   $49,583      73.2
Mechanical Engineers                                           630   $50,505      59.4         520   $51,821      61.1
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                                        1,240   $54,821      71.7       1,075   $57,188      72.9
Drafters                                                       330   $38,594       9.5         265   $41,250       6.4
Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters                     1,640   $41,851      16.5       1,410   $45,322      17.0
Surveying and Mapping Technicians                              150   $15,188       1.3          65   $31,250       0.0

  LIFE, PHYSICAL, AND SOCIAL SCIENCE OCCUPATIONS
Agricultural and Food Scientists                                60   $22,000      55.2          35   $30,893      77.1
Biological Scientists                                          160   $27,500      91.4         105   $31,615      93.3
Conservation Scientists and Foresters                          205   $35,893      86.0         150   $38,365      90.6
Medical Scientists                                              75   $52,778     100.0          65   $54,306     100.0
Astronomers and Physicists                                      20   $46,250      89.5          20   $46,250      89.5
Atmospheric and Space Scientists                                10   $26,875      66.7           4   $46,250       0.0
Chemists and Materials Scientists                               45   $38,750      91.3          30   $38,750     100.0
Environmental Scientists and Geoscientists                      90   $33,472      94.5          80   $34,861      93.8
Physical Scientists, All Other                                 170   $30,500      99.4         145   $32,188      99.3
Economists                                                      30   $60,938     100.0          30   $60,938     100.0
Market/Survey Researchers                                      135   $37,039      62.2          90   $70,250      60.9
Psychologists                                                  275   $42,321     100.0         165   $50,125     100.0
Sociologists                                                     0         .        .            0         .        .
Urban and Regional Planners                                     65   $32,969     100.0          40   $50,083     100.0
Miscellaneous Social Scientists and Related Workers             60   $25,515      69.5          25   $26,607      92.6
Agricultural and Food Science Technicians                       50   $35,000      32.7          50   $38,333      31.3
Biological Technicians                                          15   $28,750      76.9          10   $29,250      72.7
Chemical Technicians                                            55   $30,089      28.3          35   $28,906       8.1
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           195   $27,917      49.0         115   $31,667      56.9

  COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES OCCUPATIONS
Counselors                                                     720   $30,457      76.6         410   $32,788      74.8
Social Workers                                                 455   $30,677      72.0         375   $33,929      71.4
Misc. Community and Social Service Specialists                 285   $24,297      59.5         210   $29,531      60.4
Clergy                                                         525   $25,179      88.8         390   $29,048      90.8
Directors, Religious Activities and Education                   20   $21,875      42.1          10   $33,542       0.0
Religious Workers, All Other                                    40   $26,250      92.1          25   $26,875      88.9

  LEGAL OCCUPATIONS
Lawyers                                                      1,305   $57,448     100.0       1,040   $61,897     100.0
Judges, Magistrates, and Other Judicial Workers                140   $55,417      77.1         105   $64,063      81.7
Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                125   $25,865      65.6          65   $33,304      66.7
Miscellaneous Legal Support Workers                            115   $22,708      74.3          55   $42,375      74.5



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; MALES

                                                                               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                                       2,015   $45,185      95.7       1,505   $50,324      97.3
Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers                             55   $14,286      55.4          40   $17,500      55.3
Elementary and Middle School Teachers                        1,970   $35,748      97.0       1,575   $38,038      97.5
Secondary School Teachers                                    1,425   $35,730      96.4       1,165   $38,125      97.1
Special Education Teachers                                     170   $27,045      85.1         115   $34,000      89.7
Other Teachers and Instructors                                 705   $20,257      67.4         360   $26,106      68.4
Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians                    45   $27,500      87.0          30   $31,667      80.0
Librarians                                                     155   $30,750      85.3          95   $36,023      83.3
Library Technicians                                             10    $1,250       0.0           0         .        .
Teacher Assistants                                             375   $11,004      36.7         110   $18,487      29.4
Other Education, Training, and Library Workers                 135   $38,125      66.2         105   $40,682      70.2

  ARTS, DESIGN, ENTERTAINMENT, SPORTS, AND MEDIA
       OCCUPATIONS
Artists and Related Workers                                    445   $25,365      50.1         280   $32,670      46.6
Designers                                                      755   $31,310      50.2         575   $35,489      46.6
Actors                                                          15   $17,500     100.0           4   $56,250     100.0
Producers and Directors                                        155   $30,469      83.3         125   $32,344      83.1
Athletes, Coaches, Umpires and Related Workers                 550   $17,000      54.0         180   $31,719      57.8
Dancers and Choreographers                                       0         .        .            0         .        .
Musicians, Singers and Related Workers                         175   $10,179      59.3          45   $19,821      61.7
Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related
  Workers, All Other                                            50   $25,500      67.3          20   $36,875      42.1
Announcers                                                     105   $23,906      58.5          75   $24,141      62.7
News Analysts, Reporters, and Correspondents                   120   $24,375      78.5          70   $30,417      79.2
Public Relations Specialists                                   135   $27,500      61.2          70   $38,750      64.8
Editors                                                        160   $32,589      71.6         130   $33,973      73.3
Technical Writers                                              160   $30,197      50.3         105   $35,804      34.6
Writers and Authors                                            355   $20,625      83.3         170   $36,875      83.1
Miscellaneous Media and Communication Workers                   30   $16,875      56.3           4   $21,250       0.0
Broadcast and Sound Engineering Technicians and
  Radio Operators                                              210   $17,500      46.2         110   $34,926      27.9
Photographers                                                  175   $27,969      70.1          95   $35,417      72.3
Television, Video and Motion Picture Camera
  Operators and Editors                                         80   $11,250      69.1          30   $41,000      80.0
Media and Communication Equipment Workers,
  All Other                                                      0         .        .            0         .        .

  HEALTHCARE PRACTIONERS AND TECHNICAL OCCUPATIONS
Chiropractors                                                   75   $46,932      92.0          40   $37,500     100.0
Dentists                                                       310   $92,375     100.0         155  $101,071     100.0
Dieticians and Nutritionists                                    10   $31,667       0.0           4   $31,250       0.0
Optometrists                                                    50  $100,833     100.0          45  $100,972     100.0
Pharmacists                                                    305   $61,921      99.3         225   $67,031      99.1
Physicians and Surgeons                                      1,310  $102,396     100.0         950  $111,625     100.0
Physician Assistants                                            60   $51,964      79.3          45   $57,875      95.3



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; MALES

                                                                               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                                              385   $37,222      58.9         275   $41,838      57.9
Audiologists                                                    10   $64,688     100.0          10   $64,688     100.0
Occupational Therapists                                         20   $49,231     100.0          10   $60,250     100.0
Physical Therapists                                             95   $40,511      95.8          60   $41,705      93.3
Radiation Therapists                                             4   $26,458       0.0           4   $51,250       0.0
Recreational Therapists                                         15   $21,786     100.0          10   $22,143     100.0
Respiratory Therapists                                          80   $31,932      12.2          70   $31,761      11.3
Speech-Language Pathologists                                    25   $50,357     100.0          10   $53,393     100.0
Therapists, All Others                                          55   $37,639      98.1          35   $39,306     100.0
Veterinarians                                                  150   $60,714     100.0         120   $60,179     100.0
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practioners,
  All Other                                                     15   $20,417      53.3          10   $21,667     100.0
Clinical Lab Technologists and Technicians                     135   $26,875      66.4          85   $34,167      79.1
Dental Hygienists                                                4   $31,250     100.0           0         .        .
Diagnostic Related Technologists and Technicians                85   $31,741      22.4          70   $32,500      17.6
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                   105   $22,917      25.2          70   $31,818      27.8
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practioners Support
  Technicians                                                   90   $25,556      13.0          80   $27,222      12.5
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses              145   $24,609       1.4         105   $30,536       0.0
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians              15   $21,250      41.2          10   $23,214       0.0
Opticians, Dispensing                                           30   $26,953       9.7          25   $26,953       0.0
Miscellaneous Health Technologists and Technicians              60   $25,625      22.4          35   $39,750      13.5
Other Healthcare Practioners and Technical
  Occupations                                                   90   $30,179      59.3          80   $31,071      60.3

HEALTHCARE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS
Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides                    440   $17,394      21.4         245   $22,318      15.2
Occupational Therapist Assistants and Aides                      0         .        .            0         .        .
Physical Therapist Assistants and Aides                         15   $19,375      35.3           4   $11,750       0.0
Massage Therapists                                              25   $17,917      41.7           4   $23,750     100.0
Dental Assistants                                               15   $17,917       0.0          15   $17,917       0.0
Medical Assistants and Other Healthcare Support
 Occupations                                                   115   $27,535      29.9          75   $28,854      14.7

  PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Correctional
  Officers                                                      85   $45,833      38.4          80   $46,111      40.2
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and
  Detectives                                                   215   $48,571      26.4         210   $48,929      26.0
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             105   $27,500      15.1          90   $29,432      14.6
Fire Fighters                                                  205   $36,607       6.3         185   $36,964       7.0
Fire Inspectors                                                 30   $32,308      73.3          30   $32,308      73.3
Baliffs, Correctional Officers and Jailers                     350   $31,250      10.9         320   $31,438       9.3
Detectives and Criminal Investigators                          155   $45,417      57.1         140   $46,354      54.7
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; MALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Parking Enforcement Workers                                     10    $5,000       0.0           4   $66,250       0.0
Police and Sheriff Patrol Officers                             915   $37,993      30.5         820   $39,145      30.6
Transit and Railroad Police                                      4   $33,750       0.0           4   $33,750       0.0
Animal Control Workers                                          15   $16,750       0.0           0         .        .
Private Detectives and Investigators                           110   $40,278      55.5          70   $42,431      65.2
Security Guards and Gaming Surveillance Officers               810   $16,792       9.8         395   $25,563       8.8
Crossing Guards                                                145    $6,786      17.8          10   $15,938       0.0
Lifeguards and Other Protective Service Workers                110   $12,500      24.1          30   $23,333      13.3

  FOOD PREPARATION AND SERVING RELATED OCCUPATIONS
Chefs and Head Cooks                                         1,005   $26,004      13.6         690   $29,888      14.3
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation
  and Serving Workers                                          495   $20,438      26.9         350   $24,167      28.6
Cooks                                                        1,420   $15,508       7.6         750   $20,279       6.5
Food Preparation Workers                                       305   $10,760       9.9         115   $17,563       0.0
Bartenders                                                     485   $15,327      29.6         150   $20,923      13.9
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers,
  Including Fast Food                                          170    $9,875       3.0          50   $19,000      10.4
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession and
  Coffee Shop                                                   40   $23,333       0.0          15   $28,750       0.0
Waiters and Waitresses                                         615   $14,271      21.0         200   $19,792      31.0
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                                     65   $12,383      19.4          35   $15,769      14.7
Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender
  Helpers                                                       50   $11,250      10.2          15   $26,094      29.4
Dishwashers                                                    470    $7,909       0.4         155   $15,197       0.0
Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee
  Shop                                                          25   $20,938      48.0          10   $26,250     100.0
Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers,
  All Other                                                      4   $13,750       0.0           4   $13,750       0.0

  BUILDING AND GROUNDS CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
    OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping and
  Janitorial Workers                                           285   $28,801       4.6         265   $29,209       4.2
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, Lawn
  Service, and Groundskeeping Workers                          360   $26,951      22.8         245   $30,625      25.9
Janitors and Building Cleaners                               3,240   $19,043       6.1       2,130   $22,011       5.4
Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                310   $11,875      11.2         115   $16,307       4.4
Pest Control Workers                                            40   $26,875      15.4          35   $30,625      16.2
Grounds Maintenance Workers                                  1,760   $17,160      10.4         800   $23,276      13.2

  PERSONAL CARE AND SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Gaming Workers               35   $26,750      39.4          20   $26,500      45.5
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service
  Workers                                                      200   $33,750      39.7         135   $36,063      36.8
Animal Trainers                                                 25   $20,000      53.8          20   $20,000      54.5
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                                       95   $15,789       8.5          50   $20,750      10.2



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; MALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Gaming Workers                                                   4   $16,250       0.0           0         .        .
Motion Picture Projectionists                                    4   $13,438       0.0           0         .        .
Ushers,Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers                      15   $20,938      11.8           4   $21,875      33.3
Miscellaneous Entertainment Attendants and Related
  Workers                                                      385   $11,625      14.1         115   $21,645       8.0
Funeral Service Workers                                         15   $18,472       0.0          10   $19,167       0.0
Barbers                                                         70   $18,750       8.8          30   $27,500       0.0
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists                 140   $23,889       7.0          70   $30,192       0.0
Miscellaneous Personal Appearance Workers                       30   $12,734       0.0           4   $11,250       0.0
Baggage Porters, Bellhops, and Concierges                       80   $20,089       8.9          40   $25,521      16.7
Tour and Travel Guides                                          90    $8,274      28.6          30   $16,429       0.0
Transportation Attendants                                       20   $18,750      11.1          10   $70,938       0.0
Child Care Workers                                             140    $7,875      19.9          55   $17,386      26.3
Personal and Home Care Aides                                   250   $13,063      30.5          95   $21,750      42.3
Recreation and Fitness Workers                                 255   $22,813      37.3         120   $29,808      50.8
Residential Advisors                                            65   $11,875      36.9          30   $25,417       0.0
Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other                    20   $10,139       0.0           4    $9,583       0.0

  SALES AND RELATED OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales
  Workers                                                    4,565   $32,151      29.0       3,910   $33,623      27.4
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales
  Workers                                                    1,295   $37,006      36.2       1,090   $38,462      34.6
Cashiers                                                       805   $15,776      19.6         345   $20,694      16.1
Counter and Rental Clerks                                      100   $15,938       8.1          45   $20,769       4.3
Parts Salespersons                                             285   $25,377       3.9         260   $25,469       4.2
Retail Salespersons                                          3,010   $24,189      22.3       2,050   $30,501      21.7
Advertising Sales Agents                                       265   $33,816      68.8         195   $50,357      70.1
Insurance Sales Agents                                         545   $50,195      56.7         445   $51,767      56.4
Securities, Commodities, and Finanancial Services
  Sales Agents                                                 330   $40,370      70.8         185   $51,563      81.3
Travel Agents                                                   15   $29,250      41.2          15   $30,000      50.0
Sales Representatives, Services, All Other                     505   $36,083      41.4         415   $40,518      47.5
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing           2,055   $35,974      37.9       1,635   $38,825      36.3
Models, Demonstrators, and Product Promoters                    25   $35,625       8.0          15   $41,250      15.4
Real Estate Brokers and Sales Agents                           630   $33,824      49.4         435   $42,260      52.4
Sales Engineers                                                 60   $58,750      36.1          40   $52,500      42.9
Telemarketers                                                  155   $16,172      31.0          80   $20,952      23.1
Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors
  and Related Workers                                          150   $13,333      16.4          60   $26,964      25.4
Sales and Related Workers, All Other                           330   $32,007      53.8         260   $40,117      59.0

OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and
Administrative Support Workers                               1,350   $33,576      36.0       1,155   $36,353      32.8
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service              10    $2,500      50.0           4   $26,250       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; MALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Telephone Operators                                             10   $46,250      18.2          10   $46,250      18.2
Communication Equipment Operators, All Other                     4   $26,250     100.0           4   $26,250     100.0
Bill and Account Collectors                                     35   $27,344       5.7          25   $30,865       8.0
Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators                60   $21,346       6.5          40   $27,857       0.0
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                   425   $22,470      30.1         230   $26,494      26.6
Gaming Cage Workers                                              0         .        .            0         .        .
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                  30   $25,750      58.1          25   $27,250      72.0
Procurement Clerks                                              30   $47,679      20.7          15   $49,821       0.0
Tellers                                                         45   $11,094       4.4           4   $16,250       0.0
Brokerage Clerks                                                 0         .        .            0         .        .
Correspondence Clerks                                           10   $16,607      77.8           4   $23,750       0.0
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                            20   $30,865     100.0           4   $31,250     100.0
Credit Authorizers, Checkers and Clerks                          4   $16,875       0.0           4   $16,875       0.0
Customer Service Representatives                             1,100   $23,090      38.2         780   $28,504      39.2
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                   40   $35,250      35.0          35   $35,375      21.2
File Clerks                                                    185   $11,033      48.7          70   $27,143      17.1
Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                           120   $15,938      26.3          55   $24,261      24.6
Interviewers Except Eligibility and Loan                       210    $7,750      58.2          45   $13,125      59.6
Library Assistants, Clerical                                    75    $4,861      33.8          10   $20,833      75.0
Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                    25   $40,833      79.2          15   $42,292      82.4
New Account Clerks                                               4   $31,250     100.0           4   $31,250     100.0
Order Clerks                                                   160   $20,313      41.9         110   $21,823      39.4
Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and
  Timekeeping                                                   20   $28,438       0.0          10   $55,625       0.0
Receptionists and Information Clerks                           135    $7,670      23.3          30   $30,893      17.2
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and
  Travel Clerks                                                 60   $25,750      41.7          35   $28,125      38.9
Information and Record Clerks, All Other                        10   $43,500     100.0           4   $43,750     100.0
Cargo and Freight Agents                                        65   $27,232       9.5          60   $26,786      10.3
Couriers and Messengers                                        500   $20,025      17.2         245   $34,750      23.8
Dispatchers                                                    260   $30,116       8.5         210   $31,279       4.8
Meter Readers, Utilities                                        75   $31,250       2.7          65   $33,281       3.0
Postal Service Clerks                                          225   $39,031      13.7         195   $40,061      16.0
Postal Service Mail Carriers                                   645   $38,846      19.0         555   $40,193      18.3
Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and
  Processing Machine Operators                                 145   $34,545      16.0         100   $40,529      19.2
Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                    425   $36,300      30.8         360   $38,657      30.6
Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                      1,075   $23,824       4.6         825   $25,496       3.3
Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                 960   $19,715      13.3         600   $23,966      13.6
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers,
  Recordkeeping                                                140   $24,464       4.9         125   $25,139       5.7
Secretaries and Administrative Assistants                      290   $26,012      31.1         200   $30,427      33.0
Computer Operators                                             220   $27,279      10.4         160   $31,393       7.5
Data Entry Keyers                                              200   $23,077      28.5         145   $24,327      25.9
Word Processors and Typists                                      4    $1,750      28.6           0         .        .
Desktop Publishers                                              15   $45,938      46.7          15   $45,938      46.7
Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks                   25   $32,083      72.0          20   $22,500      75.0



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; MALES

                                                                               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                                                65   $17,656       6.0          30   $23,438      12.9
Office Clerks, General                                         410   $13,906      33.7         190   $31,429      47.9
Office Machine Operators, Except Computer                       25   $24,792      37.0          20   $28,125      10.5
Proofreaders and Copy Markers                                   75   $25,313      64.0          45   $36,667      38.6
Statistical Assistants                                          25   $52,708      92.3          15   $53,750      87.5
Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other           280   $30,000      60.6         200   $37,813      60.1

FARMING, FISHING, AND FORESTRY OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing
  and Forestry Workers                                         110   $25,179      11.1          80   $26,429       6.3
Agricultural Inspectors                                         15   $38,125      47.1          15   $38,125      47.1
Animal Breeders                                                 15   $30,000      25.0          15   $30,000      25.0
Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products                      10   $16,719       0.0          10   $16,719       0.0
Miscellaneous Agricultural Workers                           1,555   $16,111       6.8       1,070   $18,235       4.7
Fishers and Related Fishing Workers                             15    $2,917      85.7           0         .        .
Hunters and Trappers                                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Forest and Conservation Workers                                 85   $20,179      48.2          55   $23,250      48.1
Logging Workers                                              1,290   $17,175       5.7         725   $19,551       6.9

CONSTRUCTION AND EXTRACTION WORKERS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction
  Trades and Extraction Workers                              2,605   $31,781      11.0       1,900   $34,711      10.0
Boilermakers                                                    60   $30,221       0.0          60   $30,083       0.0
Brickmasons, Blockmasons, and Stonemasons                      425   $28,806       8.7         260   $31,279       7.3
Carpenters                                                   5,810   $23,022      12.8       3,555   $26,817      11.5
Carpet, Floor and Tile Installers and Finishers                215   $30,324       7.5         160   $31,587       6.3
Cement Masons, Concrete Finishers, and Terrazzo
  Workers                                                       70   $24,091       0.0          35   $30,625       0.0
Contruction Laborers                                         1,880   $21,756       5.9       1,025   $24,888       5.9
Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators              90   $23,333       0.0          20   $35,833       0.0
Pile-Driver Operators                                            4   $23,750       0.0           0         .        .
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment
  Operators                                                  1,070   $27,168       1.0         625   $30,781       1.8
Drywall Installers, Ceiling Tile Installers, and
  Tapers                                                       275   $23,398       1.8         120   $28,194       2.5
Electricians                                                 1,530   $30,382      11.0       1,275   $31,397       7.5
Glaziers                                                        85   $25,096      13.8          70   $26,731      17.1
Insulation Workers                                              45   $32,188       6.7          30   $43,333       0.0
Painters, Construction and Maintenance                       1,395   $17,577      14.1         700   $22,158      14.6
Paperhangers                                                    25   $22,500      30.8          10    $1,875      66.7
Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters          1,315   $30,177       3.6       1,025   $31,188       3.3
Plasterers and Stucco Masons                                    30   $19,306       0.0          10   $23,750       0.0
Reinforcing Iron Workers                                         0         .        .            0         .        .
Roofers                                                        490   $20,302       2.0         270   $26,471       1.9
Sheet Metal Workers                                            270   $26,547       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                                   115   $15,958       1.8          70   $17,500       0.0
Construction and Building Inspectors                            60   $31,250      38.3          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; MALES

                                                                               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                             50   $25,179       4.1          25   $30,833       0.0
Highway Maintenance Workers                                    680   $27,204       1.9         585   $27,903       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                                     945   $37,154       4.9         835   $38,179       4.7
Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine
  Repairers                                                    350   $30,689      15.8         270   $32,355      10.7
Radio and Telecommunications Equipment Installers
  and Repairers                                                265   $37,917       4.9         240   $40,333       2.5
Avionics Technicians                                            35   $35,167       0.0          25   $35,833       0.0
Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related  Repairers              40   $21,406      25.6          25   $27,813       0.0
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Transportation
  Equipment                                                     15   $78,333       0.0          10   $79,167       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   $18,083      13.6          75   $20,625       0.0
Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                      50   $31,000       0.0          45   $31,154       0.0
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                     170   $40,700       9.3         160   $40,924      10.1
Automotive Body and Related Repairers                          500   $23,388       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                 2,640   $24,273       1.6       2,170   $25,605       0.9
Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine
  Specialists                                                  645   $29,349       2.9         535   $30,491       0.6
Heavy Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Service
  Technicians and Mechanics                                    480   $29,253       5.4         385   $30,000       5.2
Small Engine Mechanics                                         190   $19,327       3.7         125   $22,105       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; MALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Control and Valve Installers and Repairers                      45   $36,818       0.0          45   $36,818       0.0
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
  Mechanics and Installers                                     525   $32,358       4.8         440   $34,875       4.6
Home Appliance Repairers                                       155   $26,094       1.3         135   $27,188       1.5
Industrial and Refractory Machinery Mechanics                1,190   $33,563       4.5       1,015   $34,882       4.4
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                      1,220   $28,491       6.0       1,015   $30,448       5.1
Maintenance Workers, Machinery                                  45   $35,500       0.0          35   $28,750       0.0
Millwrights                                                     95   $33,542       0.0          70   $35,208       0.0
Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers                 250   $51,316       4.0         215   $54,091       4.6
Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers               315   $50,521       5.4         300   $51,364       5.7
Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers                   140   $23,854      19.7          95   $24,688      21.9
Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and
  Repairers                                                     55   $25,658       5.6          40   $25,804       7.7
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            545   $24,167       8.1         395   $30,387       9.1

PRODUCTION OCCUPATIONS
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and
  Operating Workers                                          2,640   $37,587      14.0       2,320   $39,110      13.1
Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems
  Assemblers                                                    15   $28,542      64.7          15   $28,542      64.7
Electrical, Electronics, and Electromechanical
  Assemblers                                                   305   $27,132       8.9         240   $30,244       5.9
Engine and Other Machines Assemblers                            80   $31,711      17.1          80   $31,618      17.9
Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters                        65   $19,444       0.0          35   $23,672       0.0
Miscellaneous Assemblers and Fabricators                     1,830   $24,702      13.3       1,390   $26,693      12.1
Bakers                                                         325   $19,656      18.0         240   $22,946      20.2
Butchers and Other Meat, Poultry, and Fish Processing
  Workers                                                      375   $27,096       9.3         265   $31,133      11.3
Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking, and Drying Machine
  Operators and Tenders                                         30   $27,955      10.7          30   $27,955      10.7
Food Batchmakers                                               120   $24,643      14.4          75   $24,107      19.7
Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders                       4    $6,250       0.0           4    $6,250       0.0
Computer Control Programmers and Operators                     200   $29,423       6.0         175   $31,131       6.4
Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                85   $26,250       0.0          80   $26,875       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                                             30   $21,875       0.0          20   $22,500       0.0
Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters,
  Operators and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                     140   $23,295       4.2         120   $24,602       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; MALES

                                                                               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                                                 250   $28,250       6.0         215   $28,813       7.0
Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                90   $27,647       0.0          85   $27,868       0.0
Milling and Planing Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                    55   $24,688       3.7          40   $25,000       0.0
Machinists                                                   1,605   $29,717       5.9       1,380   $30,615       5.4
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   $76,667       8.3          15   $75,417      13.3
Molders and Molding Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                   150   $25,833       0.0         140   $26,736       0.0
Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Metal and Plastic                                             70   $26,667       0.0          70   $26,574       0.0
Tool and Die Makers                                            350   $38,398       2.9         305   $39,141       1.6
Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Workers                        715   $30,063       2.1         620   $31,540       2.1
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                                    85   $27,895       0.0          60   $29,276       0.0
Tool Grinders, Filers and Sharpeners                            65   $30,917      12.7          60   $31,250      13.6
Metalworkers and Plastic Workers, All Others                 1,465   $29,044       5.1       1,175   $30,402       4.8
Bookbinders and Bindery Workers                                110   $24,440       3.7          95   $25,179       2.1
Job Printers                                                   145   $25,885       7.5         115   $26,745       5.3
Prepress Technicians and Workers                               140   $28,750      26.6         110   $28,864      26.8
Printing Machine Operators                                     555   $30,703       2.5         460   $32,765       3.0
Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers                                90   $11,979       0.0          30   $22,083       0.0
Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials                0         .        .            0         .        .
Sewing Machine Operators                                        65   $30,147       3.0          65   $30,294       3.1
Shoe and Leather Workers and Repairers                          25   $13,906       0.0          15   $14,531       0.0
Shoe Machine Operators and Tenders                               4   $33,750       0.0           4   $33,750       0.0
Tailors, Dressmakers, and Sewers                                25   $20,000       0.0          15   $20,833       0.0
Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operators and
  Tenders                                                       10   $15,417       0.0           4   $17,083       0.0
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and
  Tenders                                                       10   $27,750       0.0          10   $27,750       0.0
Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters,
  Operators, and Tenders                                         4   $13,750      60.0           4   $14,167      75.0
Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out Machine
  Setters, Operators, and Tenders                               10   $28,333       0.0          10   $28,333       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                                 4   $31,250     100.0           4   $31,250     100.0
Upholsterers                                                    55   $19,107       7.0          40   $30,250       0.0
Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All Other            25   $18,333       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; MALES

                                                                               Percent  Year-round             Percent
                                                            Worked    Median   College   Full-time    Median   College
                                                           in 1999  Earnings Graduates     Workers  Earnings Graduates
Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                             230   $20,586      26.0         140   $23,125      27.9
Furniture Finishers                                             90   $21,750      19.6          70   $23,611       4.4
Model Makers and Patternmakers, Wood                             0         .        .            0         .        .
Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood           355   $20,957       2.0         260   $23,125       1.9
Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
  Except Sawing                                                170   $19,324       5.4         120   $22,500       4.2
Woodworkers, All Other                                         385   $18,452      23.4         255   $21,944      30.3
Power Plant Operators, Distributors, and Dispatchers            95   $49,000       8.3          90   $49,750       8.9
Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators                      175   $30,645       5.7         140   $31,855       7.1
Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System
  Workers                                                      225   $35,600       6.6         205   $35,850       5.9
Miscellaneous Plant and System Operators                        25   $28,500       7.7          15   $45,208      13.3
Chemical Processing Machine Setters, Operators,
  and Tenders                                                  190   $22,292      30.7         130   $28,750      28.8
Crushing, Grinding, Polishing, Mixing, and Blending
  Workers                                                      475   $24,706       5.1         310   $27,212       5.5
Cutting Workers                                                235   $22,583       0.9         190   $24,750       1.0
Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine
  Setters, Operators, and Tenders                              130   $28,702       9.9          95   $31,389       0.0
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators and
  Tenders                                                       50   $15,000      10.0          20   $31,071       0.0
Inspectors, Testers, Sorter, Samplers, and Weighers          1,210   $28,308      11.4         890   $31,105       9.1
Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers                   95   $25,139      45.2          65   $22,250      36.9
Medical, Dental and Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians          120   $27,386      32.2          95   $32,813      35.8
Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders            265   $21,542       0.8         180   $24,773       0.0
Painting Workers                                               295   $21,094       3.7         220   $25,147       3.6
Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine
  Workers                                                       80   $21,429      15.0          40   $29,861      29.3
Semiconductor Processors                                        75   $50,057      73.3          45   $40,156      57.4
Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and Tenders              50   $25,288       0.0          45   $25,769       0.0
Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment
  Operators and Tenders                                         10   $25,625       0.0           4   $26,250       0.0
Cooling and Freezing Equipment Operators and Tenders             4    $8,750       0.0           0         .        .
Etchers and Engravers                                           20   $32,083       0.0          20   $32,083       0.0
Molders, Shapers, and Casters, except Metal and
  Plastic                                                      320   $25,765      29.3         175   $26,797      23.1
Paper Goods Machines Setters, Operators, and Tenders            75   $29,375       2.7          45   $33,750       4.3
Tire Builders                                                    4   $31,250       0.0           4   $31,250       0.0
Helpers-Production Workers                                      35   $20,662      21.2          20   $21,544       0.0
Production Workers, All Other                                2,510   $25,310       5.4       1,865   $27,237       4.5

TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING OCCUPATIONS
Supervisors, Transportation and Material Moving
  Workers                                                      445   $32,263      12.8         390   $36,071       7.4
Aircraft Pilots and Flight Engineers                           205   $54,821      72.5         140   $54,464      64.0
Air Traffic Controllers and Airfield Operations
  Specialists                                                   65   $51,250      17.5          65   $51,250      17.5



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; MALES

                                                                               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                                            0         .        .            0         .        .
Bus Drivers                                                    775   $16,632      11.0         265   $26,250      15.5
Driver/Sales Workers and Truck Drivers                       6,935   $26,580       3.6       4,860   $30,479       3.2
Taxi Drivers and Chauffers                                     290   $12,152      15.1         140   $16,089       5.0
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                              45    $1,680       0.0           4   $21,250       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                             35   $36,250       0.0          20   $34,583       0.0
Subway, Streetcar, and Other Rail Transportation
  Workers                                                       20   $25,278       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                                     175   $11,250       0.0          75   $19,299       0.0
Transportation Inspectors                                       55   $43,603       7.5          40   $44,286       9.5
Other Transportation Workers                                    20   $16,471       0.0          15   $16,625       0.0
Conveyor Operators and Tenders                                   0         .        .            0         .        .
Crane and Tower Operators                                      155   $30,909       3.2         130   $31,477       3.9
Dredge, Excavating, and Loading Machine Operators              220   $20,000       8.2          95   $26,625       2.1
Hoist and Winch Operators                                       15   $28,854       0.0           0         .        .
Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                         500   $25,833       5.2         365   $27,813       7.1
Cleaners of  Vehicles and Equipment                            360   $18,086       0.0         235   $20,781       0.0
Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Materials Movers,
  Hand                                                       2,365   $19,792       5.2       1,410   $23,189       6.2
Machine Feeders and Offbearers                                  60   $21,944      12.9          60   $22,100      13.8
Packers and Packagers, Hand                                    255   $18,936       9.4         180   $21,354      13.4
Pumping Station Operators                                        4   $26,250       0.0           4   $26,250       0.0
Refuse and Recyclable Materials Collectors                     155   $18,250       0.0          85   $20,900       0.0
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                              75   $27,031       0.0          60   $32,679       0.0

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