Benchmark - Health Care Research Statistical Analysis

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Readmission Rates

* These data are fictional for Academic puposes only.
ADMISSION SOURCE - SITE Admission Numbers AVG Days IP Days Total Percent of Total DISPOSITION Numbers Avg Readmit Rate Avg days to readmit %
Total 3,891,771 3.55 100.00% Total 3,891,771 4.204% 100.00%
Home 2,947,282 3.19 9,401,829.58 75.73% Routine (Home) 2,883,976 3.94% 113,762.21 14.87 74.10%
Residential Care Facility 33,578 7.76 260,565.28 0.86% Acute Care (This Hospital) 9,033 3.26% 294.69 3.56 0.23%
Ambulatory Surgery 26,110 1.45 37,859.50 0.67% Other Care (This Hospital) 22,361 1.08% 240.41 6.78 0.57%
Skilled Nursing/Intermediate Care 95,085 9.56 909,012.60 2.44% Skilled Nursing/IC (This Hospital) 28,184 6.77% 1,906.65 2.24 0.72%
Acute Inpatient Hospital Care 181,372 5.40 979,408.80 4.66% Acute Care (Another Hospital) 82,190 3.82% 3,137.58 3.15 2.11%
Other Inpatient Hospital Care 25,682 3.78 97,077.96 0.66% Other Care (Another Hospital) 34,704 11.20% 3,885.80 8.87 0.89%
Newborn 491,835 4.15 2,041,115.25 12.64% Skilled Nursing/IC (Elsewhere) 312,350 6.54% 20,433.96 17.78 8.03%
Prison/Jail 16,044 1.25 20,055.00 0.41% Residential Care Facility 33,894 9.15% 3,099.72 26.60 0.87%
Other 74,596 0.80 59,676.80 1.92% Prison/Jail 17,222 1.04% 178.52 32.00 0.44%
Unknown 187 3.30 617.10 0.00% Against Medical Advice 47,610 0.85% 402.92 1.12 1.22%
Died 75,338 0.00% - 0 0.00 1.94%
Home Health Service 334,639 4.84% 16,208.59 5.56 8.60%
Other 9,976 0.42% 41.76 6.32 0.26%
Unknown 294 0.53% 1.57 3.30 0.01%
DIAGNOSIS RELATED GROUP (DRG) for Readmissions Numbers Percent of Total PRINCIPAL PROCEDURE GROUP Numbers Percent of Total
Infections 217,913 5.60% Nervous System 61,563 1.58%
Neoplasms 145,508 3.74% Endocrine System 9,497 0.24%
Endocrine/Metabolism 124,651 3.20% Eye 2,844 0.07%
Blood/Blood-forming Organs 40,410 1.04% Ear 1,298 0.03%
Psychoses & Neurosis 261,258 6.71% Nose/Mouth/Pharynx 14,935 0.38%
Nervous & Sensory Systems 69,365 1.78% Respiratory 242,375 6.23%
Circulatory 425,830 10.94% Cardiovascular 276,415 7.10%
Respiratory 253,167 6.51% Blood/Lymph Organs 11,554 0.30%
Pneumonia (Noninfluenza) 84,860 2.18% Digestive 334,371 8.59%
Digestive 342,691 8.81% Urinary 43,186 1.11%
Genitourinary 148,678 3.82% Male Reproductive Organs 60,689 1.56%
All Pregnancies 525,190 13.49% Female Reproductive Organs 56,193 1.44%
Skin Disorders 61,849 1.59% OB Procedures 481,760 12.38%
Musculoskeletal 189,206 4.86% Musculoskeletal 263,535 6.77%
Congenital Anomalies 15,752 0.40% Skin 66,438 1.71%
Perinatal Disorders 20,399 0.52% Diagnostic/Therapeutic 707,275 18.17%
Symptoms 124,001 3.19% Other Interventions 11,378 0.29%
Injuries/Drugs/Complications 276,174 7.10% None 1,346,465 34.60%
Other Reasons 84,790 2.18% 3,891,771 100%
Births 480,079 12.34%
3,891,771 100%

Education and Gender

Median usual weekly earnings of full-time wage and salary workers, 25 years and older, by educational attainment and gender, 2016 annual averages
Educational attainment and gender Total employed (in thousands) Median weekly earnings
Total
Total 101,015 $885.00
Less than high school diploma 7,108 $504.00
High school graduate or more 93,907 $923.00
High school graduate, no college 25,475 $692.00
Some college or associate's degree 27,307 $779.00
Some college, no degree 16,056 $756.00
Associate's degree 11,251 $819.00
Occupational program 4,633 $809.00
Academic program 6,618 $827.00
Bachelor's degree and higher 41,125 $1,259.00
Bachelor's degree 25,503 $1,156.00
Master's degree 11,675 $1,380.00
Professional degree 1,729 $1,745.00
Doctoral degree 2,218 $1,664.00
Women
Total 44,731 $784.00
Less than high school diploma 2,204 $423.00
High school graduate or more 42,528 $812.00
High school graduate, no college 9,856 $599.00
Some college or associate's degree 12,924 $688.00
Some college, no degree 7,319 $665.00
Associate's degree 5,606 $720.00
Occupational program 2,081 $686.00
Academic program 3,524 $739.00
Bachelor's degree and higher 19,747 $1,101.00
Bachelor's degree 11,987 $994.00
Master's degree 6,084 $1,210.00
Professional degree 734 $1,447.00
Doctoral degree 942 $1,477.00
Men
Total 56,284 $969.00
Less than high school diploma 4,904 $551.00
High school graduate or more 51,380 $1,019.00
High school graduate, no college 15,619 $769.00
Some college or associate's degree 14,383 $896.00
Some college, no degree 8,738 $861.00
Associate's degree 5,646 $951.00
Occupational program 2,552 $938.00
Academic program 3,094 $961.00
Bachelor's degree and higher 21,378 $1,464.00
Bachelor's degree 13,516 $1,348.00
Master's degree 5,591 $1,616.00
Professional degree 995 $1,913.00
Doctoral degree 1,276 $1,877.00
Note: Data exclude all self-employed people, both those with incorporated and unincorporated businesses.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Population Survey (published 2018).

Occupation and Gender

Median usual weekly earnings of full-time wage and salary workers, by detailed occupation and gender, 2016 annual averages (Numbers in thousands)
Occupation Total Women Men Women's earnings as a percentage of men's
Number of workers Median weekly earnings Number of workers Median weekly earnings Number of workers Median weekly earnings
Total, full-time wage and salary workers 111,091 $832.00 49,161 $749.00 61,930 $915.00 81.9
Management, professional, and related occupations 45,930 $1,188.00 23,674 $1,027.00 22,256 $1,420.00 72.3
Management, business, and financial operations occupations 19,023 $1,284.00 8,761 $1,099.00 10,261 $1,491.00 73.7
Management occupations 12,828 $1,370.00 5,314 $1,148.00 7,514 $1,539.00 74.6
Chief executives 1,150 $2,303.00 318 $1,876.00 832 $2,419.00 77.6
General and operations managers 876 $1,266.00 250 $1,037.00 626 $1,358.00 76.4
Legislators 11 6 6
Advertising and promotions managers 56 $1,332.00 32 24
Marketing and sales managers 921 $1,468.00 403 $1,142.00 518 $1,745.00 65.4
Public relations and fundraising managers 60 $1,532.00 38 21
Administrative services managers 172 $1,261.00 71 $952.00 101 $1,398.00 68.1
Computer and information systems managers 592 $1,738.00 150 $1,680.00 443 $1,756.00 95.7
Financial managers 1,105 $1,423.00 578 $1,157.00 527 $1,670.00 69.3
Compensation and benefits managers 16 12 3
Human resources managers 263 $1,340.00 190 $1,283.00 73 $1,737.00 73.9
Training and development managers 58 $1,507.00 31 27
Industrial production managers 267 $1,361.00 66 $1,219.00 201 $1,409.00 86.5
Purchasing managers 187 $1,274.00 92 $1,169.00 95 $1,400.00 83.5
Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 288 $990.00 51 $988.00 237 $990.00 99.8
Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers 119 $892.00 17 102 $906.00
Construction managers 487 $1,395.00 35 452 $1,401.00
Education administrators 838 $1,381.00 541 $1,280.00 297 $1,528.00 83.8
Architectural and engineering managers 143 $2,258.00 9 134 $2,265.00
Food service managers 760 $739.00 350 $632.00 410 $853.00 74.1
Funeral service managers 13 1 11
Gaming managers 18 4 14
Lodging managers 124 $929.00 64 $764.00 59 $1,068.00 71.5
Medical and health services managers 533 $1,402.00 399 $1,254.00 133 $1,610.00 77.9
Natural sciences managers 14 8 6
Postmasters and mail superintendents 23 11 12
Property, real estate, and community association managers 402 $959.00 221 $815.00 181 $1,157.00 70.4
Social and community service managers 363 $1,079.00 248 $992.00 115 $1,206.00 82.3
Emergency management directors 8 3 5
Managers, all other 2,960 $1,422.00 1,115 $1,188.00 1,845 $1,542.00 77
Business and financial operations occupations 6,195 $1,161.00 3,448 $1,018.00 2,747 $1,373.00 74.1
Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes 23 12 11
Buyers and purchasing agents, farm products 8 0 8
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 152 $838.00 83 $765.00 68 $942.00 81.2
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 253 $1,024.00 125 $974.00 128 $1,037.00 93.9
Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators 321 $969.00 206 $912.00 114 $1,139.00 80.1
Compliance officers 252 $1,243.00 146 $1,163.00 106 $1,274.00 91.3
Cost estimators 104 $1,159.00 9 96 $1,172.00
Human resources workers 631 $1,139.00 465 $1,089.00 166 $1,364.00 79.8
Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 72 $1,069.00 51 $1,001.00 21
Training and development specialists 129 $1,103.00 82 $959.00 47
Logisticians 111 $1,011.00 37 75 $1,116.00
Management analysts 585 $1,476.00 253 $1,342.00 332 $1,586.00 84.6
Meeting, convention, and event planners 119 $867.00 88 $852.00 30
Fundraisers 64 $1,111.00 42 22
Market research analysts and marketing specialists 246 $1,171.00 130 $1,097.00 116 $1,345.00 81.6
Business operations specialists, all other 257 $1,125.00 146 $1,001.00 110 $1,263.00 79.3
Accountants and auditors 1,451 $1,153.00 892 $1,018.00 559 $1,441.00 70.6
Appraisers and assessors of real estate 31 13 19
Budget analysts 48 26 22
Credit analysts 28 13 15
Financial analysts 277 $1,525.00 104 $1,252.00 173 $1,747.00 71.7
Personal financial advisors 399 $1,404.00 142 $953.00 258 $1,714.00 55.6
Insurance underwriters 102 $1,113.00 68 $910.00 34
Financial examiners 13 6 7
Credit counselors and loan officers 351 $1,054.00 200 $926.00 151 $1,331.00 69.6
Tax examiners and collectors, and revenue agents 58 $1,138.00 38 20
Tax preparers 53 $1,049.00 33 20
Financial specialists, all other 56 $1,155.00 37 20
Professional and related occupations 26,907 $1,141.00 14,912 $998.00 11,995 $1,364.00 73.2
Computer and mathematical occupations 4,104 $1,443.00 1,035 $1,325.00 3,068 $1,518.00 87.3
Computer and information research scientists 20 7 13
Computer systems analysts 496 $1,393.00 182 $1,328.00 314 $1,475.00 90
Information security analysts 85 $1,617.00 20 65 $1,826.00
Computer programmers 403 $1,398.00 104 $1,312.00 300 $1,466.00 89.5
Software developers, applications and systems software 1,351 $1,776.00 266 $1,553.00 1,084 $1,863.00 83.4
Web developers 142 $1,236.00 45 97 $1,284.00
Computer support specialists 491 $1,060.00 124 $1,014.00 367 $1,078.00 94.1
Database administrators 83 $1,731.00 37 46
Network and computer systems administrators 197 $1,232.00 29 168 $1,250.00
Computer network architects 105 $1,502.00 12 93 $1,535.00
Computer occupations, all other 524 $1,195.00 106 $1,055.00 418 $1,244.00 84.8
Actuaries 12 1 11
Mathematicians 4 0 3
Operations research analysts 125 $1,315.00 66 $1,300.00 59 $1,382.00 94.1
Statisticians 65 $1,405.00 35 30
Miscellaneous mathematical science occupations 2 1 1
Architecture and engineering occupations 2,835 $1,482.00 398 $1,207.00 2,437 $1,529.00 78.9
Architects, except naval 178 $1,339.00 43 135 $1,462.00
Surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists 28 9 19
Aerospace engineers 124 $1,854.00 10 114 $1,846.00
Agricultural engineers 2 0 2
Biomedical engineers 14 2 12
Chemical engineers 91 $1,877.00 18 73 $1,901.00
Civil engineers 389 $1,504.00 39 350 $1,526.00
Computer hardware engineers 58 $1,843.00 12 46
Electrical and electronics engineers 271 $1,729.00 26 245 $1,736.00
Environmental engineers 31 5 27
Industrial engineers, including health and safety 215 $1,526.00 46 169 $1,580.00
Marine engineers and naval architects 19 1 18
Materials engineers 26 5 21
Mechanical engineers 335 $1,560.00 24 311 $1,567.00
Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers 8 0 7
Nuclear engineers 8 1 7
Petroleum engineers 35 3 32
Engineers, all other 493 $1,573.00 63 $1,401.00 430 $1,659.00 84.4
Drafters 93 $990.00 10 83 $1,030.00
Engineering technicians, except drafters 350 $997.00 75 $793.00 275 $1,075.00 73.8
Surveying and mapping technicians 67 $811.00 5 61 $790.00
Life, physical, and social science occupations 1,151 $1,209.00 486 $1,119.00 665 $1,319.00 84.8
Agricultural and food scientists 32 12 20
Biological scientists 81 $1,346.00 35 46
Conservation scientists and foresters 26 4 23
Medical scientists 127 $1,211.00 57 $1,169.00 69 $1,250.00 93.5
Life scientists, all other 3 3 0
Astronomers and physicists 20 4 16
Atmospheric and space scientists 6 1 5
Chemists and materials scientists 93 $1,306.00 36 56 $1,504.00
Environmental scientists and geoscientists 79 $1,555.00 21 58 $1,591.00
Physical scientists, all other 241 $1,416.00 111 $1,323.00 131 $1,727.00 76.6
Economists 22 9 14
Survey researchers 1 0 1
Psychologists 91 $1,260.00 66 $1,187.00 25
Sociologists 4 3 1
Urban and regional planners 34 13 21
Miscellaneous social scientists and related workers 30 11 19
Agricultural and food science technicians 24 6 17
Biological technicians 19 8 11
Chemical technicians 75 $919.00 25 50 $919.00
Geological and petroleum technicians 17 2 15
Nuclear technicians 4 1 3
Social science research assistants 1 0 1
Miscellaneous life, physical, and social science technicians 119 $894.00 57 $826.00 62 $949.00 87
Community and social service occupations 2,136 $919.00 1,377 $880.00 759 $1,004.00 87.6
Counselors 657 $904.00 473 $907.00 184 $892.00 101.7
Social workers 684 $906.00 557 $884.00 127 $1,039.00 85.1
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 100 $992.00 61 $1,004.00 39
Social and human service assistants 151 $736.00 122 $727.00 29
Miscellaneous community and social service specialists, including health educators and community health workers 83 $831.00 63 $767.00 20
Clergy 368 $1,039.00 53 $893.00 315 $1,070.00 83.5
Directors, religious activities and education 49 26 23
Religious workers, all other 42 21 21
Legal occupations 1,294 $1,431.00 732 $1,152.00 562 $1,904.00 60.5
Lawyers 745 $1,897.00 299 $1,619.00 446 $2,086.00 77.6
Judicial law clerks 14 7 7
Judges, magistrates, and other judicial workers 56 $1,560.00 21 35
Paralegals and legal assistants 351 $874.00 308 $863.00 43
Miscellaneous legal support workers 128 $1,009.00 98 $867.00 30
Education, training, and library occupations 6,859 $984.00 4,982 $933.00 1,877 $1,154.00 80.8
Postsecondary teachers 980 $1,247.00 445 $1,152.00 535 $1,356.00 85
Preschool and kindergarten teachers 530 $626.00 518 $621.00 13
Elementary and middle school teachers 2,836 $1,009.00 2,231 $981.00 605 $1,126.00 87.1
Secondary school teachers 965 $1,111.00 562 $1,074.00 403 $1,146.00 93.7
Special education teachers 313 $1,021.00 264 $1,018.00 49
Other teachers and instructors 370 $938.00 214 $786.00 156 $1,135.00 69.3
Archivists, curators, and museum technicians 36 25 11
Librarians 140 $987.00 117 $980.00 23
Library technicians 10 8 2
Teacher assistants 588 $523.00 532 $525.00 56 $501.00 104.8
Other education, training, and library workers 91 $1,107.00 67 $1,068.00 24
Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations 1,671 $1,040.00 752 $951.00 919 $1,139.00 83.5
Artists and related workers 61 $1,236.00 23 38
Designers 586 $1,086.00 297 $922.00 290 $1,267.00 72.8
Actors 13 5 8
Producers and directors 128 $1,163.00 50 $1,030.00 78 $1,228.00 83.9
Athletes, coaches, umpires, and related workers 141 $826.00 35 106 $862.00
Dancers and choreographers 5 4 2
Musicians, singers, and related workers 37 13 24
Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other 13 4 9
Announcers 32 8 24
News analysts, reporters and correspondents 58 $1,166.00 27 30
Public relations specialists 107 $1,228.00 67 $1,134.00 40
Editors 120 $1,053.00 56 $1,035.00 64 $1,112.00 93.1
Technical writers 56 $1,253.00 27 29
Writers and authors 99 $1,070.00 60 $983.00 39
Miscellaneous media and communication workers 59 $745.00 36 24
Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators 80 $1,020.00 13 67 $1,099.00
Photographers 43 19 24
Television, video, and motion picture camera operators and editors 31 7 24
Media and communication equipment workers, all other 1 0 1
Health care practitioners and technical occupations 6,857 $1,104.00 5,150 $1,036.00 1,706 $1,332.00 77.8
Chiropractors 18 7 10
Dentists 61 $1,850.00 27 34
Dietitians and nutritionists 82 $986.00 71 $997.00 11
Optometrists 18 15 3
Pharmacists 222 $1,924.00 133 $1,839.00 89 $2,096.00 87.7
Physicians and surgeons 806 $1,916.00 308 $1,476.00 497 $2,343.00 63
Physician assistants 75 $1,544.00 50 $1,547.00 25
Podiatrists 4 0 3
Audiologists 11 8 2
Occupational therapists 71 $1,365.00 61 $1,315.00 10
Physical therapists 197 $1,325.00 128 $1,306.00 69 $1,348.00 96.9
Radiation therapists 11 10 1
Recreational therapists 9 3 6
Respiratory therapists 76 $998.00 54 $993.00 22
Speech-language pathologists 112 $1,200.00 109 $1,172.00 3
Exercise physiologists 1 1 0
Therapists, all other 137 $920.00 106 $913.00 32
Veterinarians 65 $1,338.00 46 19
Registered nurses 2,498 $1,154.00 2,213 $1,143.00 285 $1,261.00 90.6
Nurse anesthetists 14 6 8
Nurse midwives 5 5 0
Nurse practitioners 144 $1,750.00 133 $1,753.00 11
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 8 8 1
Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians 295 $887.00 198 $834.00 97 $1,071.00 77.9
Dental hygienists 75 $1,034.00 73 $1,045.00 2
Diagnostic related technologists and technicians 254 $1,041.00 175 $936.00 79 $1,156.00 81
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 174 $779.00 60 $650.00 114 $821.00 79.2
Health practitioner support technologists and technicians 474 $662.00 361 $643.00 113 $712.00 90.3
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 525 $749.00 481 $743.00 44
Medical records and health information technicians 170 $798.00 159 $793.00 11
Opticians, dispensing 42 28 14
Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians 107 $745.00 64 $714.00 43
Other health care practitioners and technical occupations 96 $1,083.00 47 49
Service occupations 15,908 $523.00 7,914 $487.00 7,994 $595.00 81.8
Health care support occupations 2,423 $525.00 2,094 $519.00 329 $602.00 86.2
Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides 1,386 $503.00 1,192 $498.00 194 $534.00 93.3
Occupational therapy assistants and aides 13 12 1
Physical therapist assistants and aides 48 32 15
Massage therapists 45 30 15
Dental assistants 199 $592.00 180 $583.00 19
Medical assistants 488 $572.00 452 $562.00 36
Medical transcriptionists 23 23 0
Pharmacy aides 21 19 2
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 24 17 7
Phlebotomists 84 $586.00 71 $570.00 12
Miscellaneous health care support occupations, including medical equipment preparers 94 $537.00 65 $504.00 29
Protective service occupations 2,697 $809.00 524 $688.00 2,173 $854.00 80.6
First-line supervisors of correctional officers 55 $873.00 20 35
First-line supervisors of police and detectives 120 $1,324.00 23 97 $1,361.00
First-line supervisors of fire fighting and prevention workers 45 3 41
First-line supervisors of protective service workers, all other 89 $880.00 23 66 $895.00
Firefighters 252 $1,065.00 8 244 $1,056.00
Fire inspectors 16 1 15
Bailiffs, correctional officers, and jailers 365 $749.00 91 $672.00 275 $793.00 84.7
Detectives and criminal investigators 132 $1,182.00 28 104 $1,251.00
Fish and game wardens 8 1 7
Parking enforcement workers 6 2 4
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 709 $1,004.00 100 $938.00 609 $1,008.00 93.1
Transit and railroad police 2 0 2
Animal control workers 6 2 4
Private detectives and investigators 60 $904.00 29 31
Security guards and gaming surveillance officers 727 $585.00 152 $516.00 576 $597.00 86.4
Crossing guards 23 12 11
Transportation security screeners 40 16 23
Lifeguards and other recreational, and all other protective service workers 42 14 28
Food preparation and serving related occupations 4,619 $465.00 2,202 $434.00 2,417 $491.00 88.4
Chefs and head cooks 356 $614.00 68 $519.00 288 $632.00 82.1
First-line supervisors of food preparation and serving workers 425 $528.00 251 $485.00 174 $666.00 72.8
Cooks 1,408 $444.00 515 $421.00 892 $459.00 91.7
Food preparation workers 477 $419.00 262 $413.00 215 $432.00 95.6
Bartenders 253 $602.00 122 $498.00 131 $701.00 71
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 196 $396.00 125 $402.00 72 $381.00 105.5
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 68 $374.00 49 20
Waiters and waitresses 949 $470.00 607 $441.00 342 $504.00 87.5
Food servers, nonrestaurant 104 $479.00 71 $445.00 33
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 133 $420.00 51 $407.00 82 $465.00 87.5
Dishwashers 172 $389.00 30 142 $388.00
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 74 $442.00 50 $432.00 24
Food preparation and serving related workers, all other 3 1 2
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations 3,602 $510.00 1,210 $454.00 2,392 $548.00 82.8
First-line supervisors of housekeeping and janitorial workers 189 $655.00 71 $524.00 119 $702.00 74.6
First-line supervisors of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 113 $707.00 1 112 $710.00
Janitors and building cleaners 1,580 $526.00 441 $476.00 1,139 $564.00 84.4
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 781 $441.00 661 $427.00 120 $497.00 85.9
Pest control workers 61 $655.00 2 59 $649.00
Grounds maintenance workers 878 $502.00 34 844 $503.00
Personal care and service occupations 2,568 $505.00 1,884 $482.00 684 $613.00 78.6
First-line supervisors of gaming workers 127 $792.00 59 $717.00 68 $840.00 85.4
First-line supervisors of personal service workers 62 $651.00 37 25
Animal trainers 24 11 13
Nonfarm animal caretakers 88 $485.00 71 $489.00 17
Gaming services workers 64 $624.00 31 33
Motion picture projectionists 2 0 2
Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers 14 8 6
Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers 79 $481.00 31 48
Embalmers and funeral attendants 3 2 1
Morticians, undertakers, and funeral directors 23 5 18
Barbers 56 $584.00 8 48
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 307 $510.00 281 $500.00 27
Miscellaneous personal appearance workers 205 $490.00 167 $466.00 37
Baggage porters, bellhops, and concierges 56 $625.00 10 46
Tour and travel guides 18 8 10
Childcare workers 405 $452.00 381 $451.00 24
Personal care aides 762 $477.00 636 $469.00 125 $514.00 91.2
Recreation and fitness workers 192 $596.00 100 $517.00 92 $668.00 77.4
Residential advisors 19 11 8
Personal care and service workers, all other 61 $573.00 26 35
Sales and office occupations 23,625 $698.00 14,163 $649.00 9,461 $805.00 80.6
Sales and related occupations 9,759 $744.00 4,250 $590.00 5,509 $904.00 65.3
First-line supervisors of retail sales workers 2,368 $743.00 1,047 $630.00 1,321 $857.00 73.5
First-line supervisors of nonretail sales workers 781 $1,137.00 230 $1,004.00 552 $1,161.00 86.5
Cashiers 1,367 $414.00 965 $403.00 402 $475.00 84.8
Counter and rental clerks 84 $517.00 36 47
Parts salespersons 96 $639.00 11 85 $643.00
Retail salespersons 1,831 $623.00 728 $514.00 1,103 $730.00 70.4
Advertising sales agents 203 $1,023.00 81 $999.00 122 $1,034.00 96.6
Insurance sales agents 423 $839.00 205 $676.00 218 $1,166.00 58
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 219 $1,351.00 63 $951.00 155 $1,458.00 65.2
Travel agents 46 38 8
Sales representatives, services, all other 427 $1,040.00 145 $826.00 282 $1,202.00 68.7
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing 1,121 $1,047.00 302 $872.00 819 $1,140.00 76.5
Models, demonstrators, and product promoters 14 6 8
Real estate brokers and sales agents 493 $983.00 284 $780.00 209 $1,222.00 63.8
Sales engineers 40 5 35
Telemarketers 42 25 17
Door-to-door sales workers, news and street vendors, and related workers 34 11 23
Sales and related workers, all other 171 $805.00 68 $709.00 103 $946.00 74.9
Office and administrative support occupations 13,866 $679.00 9,913 $669.00 3,952 $708.00 94.5
First-line supervisors of office and administrative support workers 1,203 $848.00 819 $809.00 383 $942.00 85.9
Switchboard operators, including answering service 17 14 3
Telephone operators 36 31 5