Employment and wages for occupations identified as new in the 2010 SOC manual, May 2012

Employment and wages for occupations identified as new in the 2010 SOC manual, May 2012
2010 SOC Code Occupation Employment Mean wages Median hourly wages
Hourly Annual

13-1131

Fundraisers 48,530 $26.55 $55,220 $24.37

15-1122

Information security analysts 72,670 42.93 89,290 41.43

15-1134

Web developers 102,940 31.78 66,100 30.05

15-1143

Computer network architects 137,890 45.19 94,000 43.75

15-1152

Computer network support specialists 167,980 30.27 62,960 28.41

21-1094

Community health workers 38,020 18.02 37,490 16.64

25-2051

Special education teachers, preschool 21,770 (1) 57,770 (1)

25-2059

Special education teachers, all other 39,260 (1) 56,160 (1)

29-1128

Exercise physiologists 5,820 22.89 47,610 21.53

29-1151

Nurse anesthetists 34,180 74.22 154,390 71.23

29-1161

Nurse midwives 5,710 43.78 91,070 43.08

29-1171

Nurse practitioners 105,780 43.97 91,450 43.25

29-2035

Magnetic resonance imaging technologists 29,560 31.45 65,410 31.42

29-2057

Ophthalmic medical technicians 29,170 17.11 35,590 16.46

29-2092

Hearing aid specialists 4,980 22.49 46,780 19.92

29-9092

Genetic counselors 2,000 26.84 55,820 27.31

31-1015

Orderlies 53,920 12.35 25,700 11.53

31-9097

Phlebotomists 100,380 14.86 30,910 14.29

33-9093

Transportation security screeners 47,200 17.85 37,130 17.71

39-4031

Morticians, undertakers, and funeral directors 23,070 25.33 52,690 22.52

43-3099

Financial clerks, all other 39,290 19.03 39,580 17.72

47-2231

Solar photovoltaic installers 4,710 19.53 40,620 18.22

49-9081

Wind turbine service technicians 3,200 23.23 48,320 22.10

51-3099

Food processing workers, all other 37,570 11.96 24,880 11.12

(1) Wages for some occupations that do not generally work year-round, full time, are reported either as hourly wages or annual salaries depending on how they are typically paid.

 

Last Modified Date: March 29, 2013