Click on a state tab above to see cities and metro areas in the series. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Wage Survey shows wages and salaries for hundreds of occupations, such as bookkeeper, accounting clerk, file clerk, keypunch operator, office boy or girl, secretary, stenographer, switchboard operator, receptionist, typist, draftsman, nurse, carpenter, engineer, fireman, machinist, electrician, millwright, painter, pipe fitter, plumber, elevator operator, guard, janitor, laborer, truck driver, watchman, and more.
Most of the following are Industry Wage Surveys from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Bulletin series.
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