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
Structural Iron and Steel Workers47-222111049,085
23.50
33,737
16.25
56,759
27.25
45,962
22.00
Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters47-301120032,684
15.75
25,888
12.50
36,081
17.25
30,699
14.75
Helpers--Carpenters47-301226021,800
10.50
16,804
8.00
24,299
11.75
18,223
8.75
Helpers--Electricians47-301330032,955
15.75
24,340
11.75
37,263
18.00
31,346
15.00
Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters47-301533037,137
17.75
27,355
13.25
42,029
20.25
35,493
17.00
Helpers--Roofers47-301624028,755
13.75
21,979
10.50
32,143
15.50
28,235
13.50
Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other47-301911039,374
19.00
29,959
14.50
44,080
21.25
37,273
18.00
Construction and Building Inspectors47-401116053,349
25.75
29,298
14.00
65,375
31.50
55,093
26.50
Elevator Installers and Repairers47-402173083,210
40.00
76,832
37.00
86,397
41.50
85,626
41.25
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers47-40415046,091
22.25
22,352
10.75
57,961
27.75
51,602
24.75
Highway Maintenance Workers47-40516034,886
16.75
28,970
14.00
37,843
18.25
34,272
16.50
Construction and Related Workers, All Other47-409923033,398
16.00
17,783
8.50
41,205
19.75
34,495
16.50
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The 2013 wages have been adjusted for any inflationary pressures through December 2013. The current wages have been adjusted for any inflationary pressures through March 2014

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

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Last updated April 2014