Maryland

Occupational Wage Estimates

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All industries

Prince George's WIA

 

Construction and Extraction Occupations

Occupation Occ. code Est. empl. Mean wage Entry wage Exp. wage Median wage
Sheet Metal Workers47-221159049,099
23.50
32,786
15.75
57,255
27.50
40,957
19.75
Structural Iron and Steel Workers47-22219049,142
23.50
30,263
14.50
58,581
28.25
47,258
22.75
Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters47-301129023,404
11.25
17,026
8.25
26,593
12.75
19,818
9.50
Helpers--Carpenters47-301232021,789
10.50
17,107
8.25
24,131
11.50
18,606
9.00
Helpers--Electricians47-301334033,226
16.00
23,664
11.50
38,007
18.25
31,146
15.00
Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters47-301528036,497
17.50
26,509
12.75
41,491
20.00
34,331
16.50
Helpers--Roofers47-301626029,366
14.00
22,457
10.75
32,821
15.75
29,156
14.00
Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other47-301935031,750
15.25
22,668
11.00
36,290
17.50
30,719
14.75
Construction and Building Inspectors47-401117058,352
28.00
36,397
17.50
69,330
33.25
59,471
28.50
Elevator Installers and Repairers47-402181082,256
39.50
70,906
34.00
87,931
42.25
84,551
40.75
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers47-40414041,008
19.75
19,050
9.25
51,987
25.00
48,413
23.25
Highway Maintenance Workers47-405112035,699
17.25
28,131
13.50
39,483
19.00
35,393
17.00
Construction and Related Workers, All Other47-4099 36,207
17.50
19,107
9.25
44,757
21.50
34,636
16.75
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2014 wages have been adjusted for any inflationary pressures through December 2014.
Current wages have been adjusted for any inflationary pressures through March 2015.

Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Office of Workforce Information & Performance
Occupational Employment Statistics Program

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Last updated April 2015