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  • Alabama Department of LaborLabor Market Information Division

    Mobile, AL MSA4th Quarter 2017, Published February 2018

    SOC Code Occupation Hourly Annual Hourly Annual Hourly AnnualMean ExperiencedEntryEstimated

    Employment

    Total All Occupations00-0000 21.31 9.62 27.17 173,090 44,338 20,009 56,507

    Management Occupations11-0000 54.70 29.41 67.33 6,640 113,770 61,172 140,063

    Chief Executives11-1011 111.88 65.14 135.25 110 232,705 135,491 281,322

    General and Operations Managers11-1021 59.57 30.34 74.19 2,770 123,913 63,084 154,322

    Legislators11-1031 NA NA NA 30 23,280 17,688 26,065

    Marketing Managers11-2021 77.56 33.96 99.35 30 161,317 70,650 206,660

    Sales Managers11-2022 55.07 31.37 66.92 280 114,539 65,235 139,201

    Public Relations and Fundraising Managers11-2031 38.41 25.39 44.92 30 79,889 52,806 93,431

    Administrative Services Managers11-3011 45.74 29.40 53.92 30 95,135 61,141 112,138

    Computer and Information Systems Managers11-3021 50.22 33.54 58.55 280 104,458 69,767 121,803

    Financial Managers11-3031 62.54 37.06 75.29 380 130,097 77,083 156,598

    Industrial Production Managers11-3051 52.31 37.19 59.87 360 108,802 77,343 124,526

    Purchasing Managers11-3061 54.95 39.68 62.59 80 114,300 82,539 130,180

    Trans., Storage, and Distribution Managers11-3071 49.51 31.28 58.63 80 102,992 65,069 121,949

    Human Resources Managers11-3121 50.13 31.96 59.22 130 104,281 66,483 123,175

    Training and Development Managers11-3131 41.87 31.01 47.31 10 87,091 64,498 98,388

    Construction Managers11-9021 39.69 31.37 43.86 360 82,560 65,235 91,228

    This information is provided by the Alabama Department of Labor, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2016 Occupation Employment Survey employment and wage estimate file. The wages have been aged using the most current Employment Cost Index (ECI) factors reflecting wages as of December 2017. 'NA' indicates data that is not publishable or occupation does not work the traditional 2,080 hours per year. Page 1 of 28

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  • Alabama Department of LaborLabor Market Information Division

    Mobile, AL MSA4th Quarter 2017, Published February 2018

    SOC Code Occupation Hourly Annual Hourly Annual Hourly AnnualMean ExperiencedEntryEstimated

    Employment

    Education Admin., Elementary & Secondary11-9032 NA NA NA 310 80,773 63,448 89,440

    Education Administrators, Postsecondary11-9033 58.33 28.57 73.22 250 121,336 59,426 152,285

    Education Administrators, All Other11-9039 32.62 22.60 37.63 10 67,865 47,017 78,289

    Architectural and Engineering Managers11-9041 70.66 49.83 81.07 240 146,975 103,658 168,633

    Food Service Managers11-9051 34.21 21.71 40.46 190 71,159 45,157 84,161

    Lodging Managers11-9081 25.41 19.83 28.20 70 52,858 41,249 58,657

    Medical and Health Services Managers11-9111 56.29 34.12 67.38 220 117,085 70,972 140,136

    Natural Sciences Managers11-9121 53.53 42.53 59.04 20 111,359 88,463 122,811

    Postmasters and Mail Superintendents11-9131 35.62 27.95 39.45 10 74,080 58,116 82,061

    Property, Real Estate & Community Assoc. Mgr.11-9141 31.02 20.17 36.45 40 64,518 41,956 75,805

    Social and Community Service Managers11-9151 31.91 19.85 37.93 180 66,368 41,301 78,902

    Managers, All Other11-9199 48.51 30.60 57.47 120 100,903 63,635 119,527

    Business and Financial Operations Occupations13-0000 32.59 18.34 39.72 5,400 67,792 38,152 82,612

    Purchasing Agents, exc. Whoesale, Retail & Farm.13-1023 31.12 20.48 36.44 420 64,726 42,600 75,794

    Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators13-1031 25.31 15.69 30.12 310 52,639 32,644 62,637

    Compliance Officers13-1041 36.89 22.61 44.03 130 76,730 47,038 91,581

    Cost Estimators13-1051 31.24 23.20 35.27 280 64,986 48,254 73,363

    This information is provided by the Alabama Department of Labor, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2016 Occupation Employment Survey employment and wage estimate file. The wages have been aged using the most current Employment Cost Index (ECI) factors reflecting wages as of December 2017. 'NA' indicates data that is not publishable or occupation does not work the traditional 2,080 hours per year. Page 2 of 28

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  • Alabama Department of LaborLabor Market Information Division

    Mobile, AL MSA4th Quarter 2017, Published February 2018

    SOC Code Occupation Hourly Annual Hourly Annual Hourly AnnualMean ExperiencedEntryEstimated

    Employment

    Human Resources Specialists13-1071 26.00 17.76 30.13 450 54,094 36,936 62,668

    Labor Relations Specialists13-1075 16.73 8.54 20.83 130 34,795 17,772 43,317

    Logisticians13-1081 33.13 25.71 36.84 70 68,914 53,492 76,626

    Management Analysts13-1111 43.12 28.28 50.54 240 89,679 58,813 105,113

    Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners13-1121 19.58 13.08 22.83 30 40,729 27,219 47,485

    Fundraisers13-1131 27.04 19.57 30.77 60 56,235 40,708 63,999

    Compensation, Benefits & Job Analysis Specialists13-1141 30.50 21.46 35.02 40 63,448 44,637 72,853

    Training and Development Specialists13-1151 26.56 18.50 30.60 260 55,248 38,474 63,625

    Market Research Analysts & Marketing Specialists13-1161 27.76 16.14 33.56 230 57,732 33,569 69,808

    Business Operations Specialists, All Other13-1199 35.35 25.20 40.41 230 73,508 52,432 84,046

    Accountants and Auditors13-2011 31.20 20.17 36.71 1,260 64,882 41,956 76,356

    Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate13-2021 33.77 17.61 41.85 60 70,234 36,614 87,039

    Budget Analysts13-2031 NA NA NA 40 NA NA NA

    Credit Analysts13-2041 26.38 17.89 30.63NA 54,874 37,196 63,708

    Financial Analysts13-2051 42.57 31.20 48.25 60 88,536 64,882 100,363

    Personal Financial Advisors13-2052 75.27 29.87 97.97 240 156,567 62,138 203,781

    Financial Examiners13-2061 30.96 29.00 31.95NA 64,404 60,309 66,462

    This information is provided by the Alabama Department of Labor, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2016 Occupation Employment Survey employment and wage estimate file. The wages have been aged using the most current Employment Cost Index (ECI) factors reflecting wages as of December 2017. 'NA' indicates data that is not publishable or occupation does not work the traditional 2,080 hours per year. Page 3 of 28

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  • Alabama Department of LaborLabor Market Information Division

    Mobile, AL MSA4th Quarter 2017, Published February 2018

    SOC Code Occupation Hourly Annual Hourly Annual Hourly AnnualMean ExperiencedEntryEstimated

    Employment

    Loan Officers13-2072 37.33 16.36 47.82 220 77,644 34,036 99,459

    Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents13-2081 24.39 10.77 31.21 110 50,738 22,386 64,903

    Financial Specialists, All Other13-2099 36.44 20.61 44.36 10 75,794 42,860 92,257

    Computer and Mathematical Occupations15-0000 30.03 18.42 35.83 2,440 62,457 38,320 74,531

    Information Security Analysts15-1122 26.61 17.20 31.31 20 55,340 35,769 65,121

    Computer Programmers15-1131 32.87 21.98 38.32 380 68,370 45,724 79,704

    Software Developers, Applications15-1132 38.00 22.23 45.88 310 79,035 46,249 95,439

    Software Developers, Systems Software15-1133 37.33 28.43 41.79 150 77,647 59,135 86,913

    Web Developers15-1134 25.62 20.22 28.31 20 53,283 42,053 58,899

    Database Administrators15-1141 33.02 21.54 38.76 80 68,679 44,799 80,619

    Network and Computer Systems Administrators15-1142 31.53 22.82 35.88 470 65,583 47,462 74,644

    Computer Network Architects15-1143 43.59 35.12 47.82 10 90,657 73,040 99,470

    Computer User Support Specialists15-1151 20.72 13.54 24.30 670 43,091 28,179 50,548

    Computer Network Support Specialists15-1152 28.49 19.33 33.06 90 59,258 40,212 68,782

    Computer Occupations, All Other15-1199 41.85 30.49 47.51 30 87,037 63,434 98,833

    Operations Research Analysts15-2031 27.54 20.86 30.88 10 57,284 43,379 64,236

    Architecture and Engineering Occupations17-0000 40.07 23.18 48.51 3,680 83,344 48,223 100,900

    This information is provided by the Alabama Department of Labor, Labor Market Information Division in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is based on the May 2016 Occupation Employment Survey employment and wage estimate file. The wages have been aged using the most current Employment Cost Index (ECI) factors reflecting wages as of December 2017. 'NA' indicates data that is not publishable or occupation does not work the traditional 2,080 hours per year. Page 4 of 28

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  • Alabama Department of LaborLabor Market Information Division

    Mobile, AL MSA4th Quarter 2017, Published February 2018

    SOC Code Occupation Hourly Annual Hourly Annual Hourly AnnualMean ExperiencedEntryEstimated

    Employment

    Architects, Except Landscape and Naval17-1011 45.19 27.96 53.80 70 93,989 58,158 111,904

    Cartographers and Photogrammetrists17-1021 29.08 21.76 32.75NA 60,493 45,251 68,11