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Admin Assistants


Education

What’s Needed:

  • Many choose to enroll in administrative assistant certificate or associate degree programs at community colleges or continuing-education facilities to help attract the attention of prospective employers.
  • Although often not required to have a degree administrative assistants do need to be comfortable with computer programs like Excel Word and Outlook.
  • They also need to have excellent typing transcribing and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Certificate programs can help develop these skills.
  • Many employers have begun to subject all of their administrative assistant applicants to rigorous tests of these skills.

It’s important to note that administrative assistants who work in the legal and medical fields must perform many specialized tasks that aren’t required of typical administrative assistants. Accordingly they may need to obtain special educational certificates or degrees and undergo extensive specialized training programs. As a result legal and medical administrative assistants technically belong to a separate occupational category.

What you study:

Those who wish to become administrative assistants should be proficient in the following subjects:

  • Written and verbal communication
  • Typing
  • Transcribing
  • Filing
  • Microsoft Office programs
  • Basic accounting
  • Industry-specific terminology


Video Overview

This brief video introduces the role of an administrative assistant or secretary. Created for the US Department of Labor.


A Day in the Life

When you chose to become an administrative assistant you knew that you’d be able to work in the industry of your choosing.

When you chose to become an administrative assistant you knew that you’d be able to work in the industry of your choosing. After all large and small employers from across the public and private sectors require office managers assistants secretaries and other members of the administrative assistant profession to perform clerical tasks and ensure that the proverbial trains run on time.

Since the legal and medical industries seemed to have different expectations for their administrative assistants you didn’t look for work in those fields. Instead you took a job with the government agency that oversees your state’s public housing program. Since you grew up in your state’s capital this was a natural fit that didn’t require you to relocate.

This responsibility has required you to develop a keen understanding of the laws that govern your agency’s activities.

The housing agency for which you work employs several hundred professionals. Accordingly its staff of office managers and administrative assistants is extensive. Your official title is "assistant office manager" but you wear plenty of hats around the workplace.

Although most of the agency’s employees arrive at around 9 a.m. you’re expected to come in early to get extra work done. The upshot of this requirement is that you’re often permitted to leave the office before 5 p.m. Today you come in at 8 a.m. and greet the various members of the agency’s support team. Without wasting any time you sit down at the computer and check your email. Although your cubicle is within shouting distance of the office manager’s you generally communicate with other members of the team via email. Sure enough your inbox is already filled with directives.

By the time you finish processing these applications it’s time for you to break for lunch. You’re grateful that you’re given a full hour to eat and relax.

Once you’ve developed a plan of attack for the day you log into your agency’s dedicated email address and check its messages. Although you share responsibility for this inbox with the office manager you’re generally the one who’s tasked with maintaining it. You begin by deleting inappropriate messages that have crept past the spam filter and begin reading substantive messages from the agency’s clients. Many of these are couched as complaints about processing delays misfiled applications unlawful evictions and other troublesome issues. It’s your responsibility to forward these messages to the appropriate specialists. Needless to say your contacts list is extensive.

Once you’ve whittled down the messages that have come in overnight you turn your attention to the agency’s snail-mail inbox. As a housing agency your employer receives a large number of cumbersome packages from every corner of the state. These might be prospective renters’ applications for subsidized housing land developers’ applications for agency grants and small business owners’ applications for tax offsets. Since your agency’s work is maddeningly complex and involves many different aspects of the law and economy it’s your responsibility to pass these applications to the proper authorities. This has required you to develop a keen understanding of the laws that govern your agency’s activities.

By the time you finish processing these applications it’s time for you to break for lunch. You’re grateful that you’re given a full hour to eat and relax. You’re well aware that many private-sector administrative assistants don’t enjoy this luxury.

After lunch you’re given a stack of documents to fax to your state’s revenue service. This is one of your more tedious and time-consuming job duties. Although you’re not a huge fan of standing by the fax machine and waiting for documents to go through you understand that the other workers in your office are busy. After all it would take nearly as long to scan each document and attach it to an email.

Your last task of the day involves a late-afternoon conference between your agency’s senior staffers. As the assistant office manager you’re responsible for setting up the conference room’s audiovisual equipment and printing out a sufficient number of copies of the status report that each participant is supposed to receive.

Fortunately you’ve performed such duties before. Thanks to your seamless behind-the-scenes work the conference goes off without a hitch. In fact you hear the participants talking about how productive and inspiring the meeting had been. Although you’re not lavished with praise for your performance you can take comfort in the knowledge that you orchestrated a successful event. Satisfied you head home and prepare for another exciting day at the office.


Certifications and Licensing

There are no formal licensing requirements for "generalist" administrative assistants. However there are a number of optional certifications that may increase prospective assistants’ chances of landing a quality job. For instance the International Association of Administrative Professionals offers the Certified Administrative Professional Exam. Individuals who wish to pursue careers as administrative assistants may be required to obtain this credential in order to attain management-level positions.

It’s important to note that these certifications don’t apply to medical legal or executive secretaries. Each of these sub-fields maintains its own credentialing framework.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time and work location:

Due to the hands-on labor-intensive nature of their work most administrative assistants work full-time in office settings. This is especially true for assistants who work for large companies or agencies. However assistants who work for smaller firms may only be required to work on a part-time or half-time basis. Additionally virtual assistants who aren’t required to perform physical filing or support tasks are often able to work from home offices that feature high-speed Internet connections. In fact "virtual assisting" has become increasingly common in recent years. Finally many entry-level administrative assistants find their first jobs through temp agencies that may offer renewable short-term contracts.


Recommended Websites

The following websites may contain useful information for aspiring administrative assistants:

  • Association of Administrative and Executive Professionals — The Association of Administrative and Executive Professionals is a far-reaching trade organization that works to advance the interests of administrative assistants who work in a wide variety of fields. Its website offers career-related information like salary ranges job-growth outlooks and professional development resources. It also offers connections to other administrative assistant associations and links to industry-specific job listings.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics — The U.S. Labor Department’s administrative assistant fact sheet is a one-stop source for information about the job duties salary expectations target industries and educational requirements of the typical administrative assistant. While it doesn’t have a dedicated jobs board the BLS offers external links to professional associations that do have such resources.
  • Independent Virtual Assistants Association — This organization focuses exclusively on the professional needs of virtual administrative assistants. Its website offers detailed information about job growth and salary expectations for workers in this fast-growing sub-sector of the administrative assistant field. It also offers an extensive networking facility for aspiring virtual assistants who wish to find employment.
  • International Association of Administrative Professionals — This full-service professional organization for aspiring administrative assistants offers educational resources certification materials job listings and general career-related information. It also administers the Certified Administrative Professional exam and provides an extensive array of test-prep materials.
  • American Society of Administrative Professionals — This organization provides professional development and continuing education resources for current and prospective administrative assistants. In addition to informative articles and white papers that offer crucial insight into the fast-evolving industry it also sponsors seminars conferences and other confidence-building events.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $36540 $26K – $52K 2440 1.42%
AK Fairbanks $35340 $26K – $47K 550 1.52%
AL Anniston – Oxford $30150 $21K – $44K 970 2.20%
AL Auburn – Opelika $29870 $22K – $43K 1440 2.98%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $33390 $24K – $47K 11470 2.36%
AL Decatur $30450 $22K – $44K 1000 1.90%
AL Dothan $28070 $21K – $39K 1270 2.27%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $27490 $21K – $39K 1200 2.31%
AL Gadsden $32130 $23K – $46K 650 1.93%
AL Huntsville $33770 $24K – $48K 4150 2.04%
AL Mobile $30110 $21K – $45K 4040 2.40%
AL Montgomery $31940 $22K – $45K 4050 2.56%
AL Tuscaloosa $31680 $22K – $45K 2000 2.24%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $30880 $21K – $44K 3340 1.64%
AR Fort Smith $25730 $18K – $39K 1690 1.49%
AR Hot Springs $23970 $18K – $34K 560 1.57%
AR Jonesboro $23880 $17K – $37K 830 1.70%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $27710 $20K – $43K 5880 1.76%
AR Pine Bluff $24080 $17K – $36K 770 2.21%
AZ Flagstaff $31200 $22K – $43K 1030 1.86%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $27550 $18K – $39K 790 1.81%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $32510 $20K – $47K 28800 1.66%
AZ Prescott $27700 $20K – $38K 1080 2.06%
AZ Tucson $30770 $21K – $44K 6520 1.87%
AZ Yuma $26290 $18K – $41K 900 1.63%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $34320 $22K – $49K 3280 1.20%
CA Chico $30020 $19K – $45K 1000 1.49%
CA El Centro $29780 $18K – $53K 720 1.38%
CA Fresno $31990 $22K – $47K 3690 1.17%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $33480 $20K – $50K 460 1.22%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $36310 $23K – $55K 54640 1.41%
CA Madera – Chowchilla $38240 $21K – $47K 540 1.40%
CA Merced $31100 $18K – $53K 840 1.40%
CA Modesto $32770 $21K – $49K 2180 1.43%
CA Napa $40370 $27K – $56K 820 1.30%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $42310 $26K – $61K 12970 1.33%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $36250 $20K – $53K 3980 1.38%
CA Redding $31900 $20K – $46K 850 1.48%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $34680 $22K – $49K 14840 1.28%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $35960 $24K – $54K 11190 1.37%
CA Salinas $35440 $22K – $48K 1720 1.11%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $37010 $23K – $55K 16250 1.29%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $43500 $26K – $61K 14110 1.41%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $40780 $26K – $60K 10380 1.15%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $33510 $23K – $47K 1730 1.72%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $38050 $23K – $57K 19740 1.40%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $35600 $24K – $51K 2120 1.27%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $33710 $22K – $51K 1170 1.41%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $39530 $24K – $53K 2500 1.44%
CA Stockton $33210 $23K – $49K 2170 1.11%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $36370 $25K – $52K 1660 1.38%
CA Visalia – Porterville $31670 $21K – $46K 1560 1.19%
CA Yuba City $33070 $19K – $47K 640 1.75%
CO Boulder $35010 $21K – $51K 4270 2.68%
CO Colorado Springs $31290 $20K – $46K 6950 2.86%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $36240 $23K – $53K 29610 2.41%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $31980 $20K – $46K 4060 3.06%
CO Grand Junction $30580 $19K – $44K 1820 3.14%
CO Greeley $30850 $20K – $46K 2150 2.68%
CO Pueblo $29800 $18K – $43K 1290 2.37%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $39960 $23K – $61K 8740 2.11%
CT Danbury $36220 $22K – $55K 1520 2.29%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $40430 $26K – $57K 10020 1.81%
CT New Haven $37800 $26K – $55K 5480 2.02%
CT Norwich – New London $37580 $25K – $52K 2270 1.77%
CT Waterbury $35460 $24K – $48K 1810 2.87%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $42240 $26K – $60K 31730 1.35%
DE Dover $34200 $24K – $47K 1000 1.72%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $37420 $25K – $57K 5270 1.63%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $31090 $19K – $44K 4620 2.26%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $28900 $18K – $43K 1480 2.01%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $27640 $18K – $40K 4120 2.72%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $29560 $19K – $45K 14570 2.03%
FL Gainesville $28420 $19K – $40K 2270 1.91%
FL Jacksonville $31090 $20K – $46K 9870 1.70%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $29010 $19K – $39K 3910 2.06%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $29340 $18K – $46K 21370 2640 2.30%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $31390 $21K – $43K 5270 2.20%
FL Ocala $25860 $18K – $36K 2110 2.37%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $29900 $19K – $45K 16730 1.65%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $29670 $18K – $46K 3440 1.80%
FL Palm Coast $27000 $17K – $37K 370 2.01%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $27550 $19K – $42K 1130 1.63%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $28240 $19K – $41K 3250 2.16%
FL Port St. Lucie $26940 $18K – $42K 2750 2.26%
FL Punta Gorda $28330 $20K – $40K 950 2.40%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $29610 $20K – $42K 930 2.07%
FL Tallahassee $29000 $20K – $44K 3410 2.18%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $28950 $18K – $42K 21370 1.90%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $31180 $21K – $48K 11430 2.25%
GA Albany $28100 $19K – $44K 1020 1.72%
GA Athens – Clarke County $29430 $21K – $46K 1260 1.64%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $33980 $22K – $50K 29750 1.32%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $31050 $21K – $45K 2980 1.48%
GA Brunswick $31020 $23K – $46K 450 1.20%
GA Columbus $27820 $19K – $44K 1460 1.33%
GA Dalton $31580 $22K – $45K 630 1.00%
GA Gainesville $30270 $21K – $46K 940 1.31%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $31380 $17K – $46K 140 0.83%
GA Macon $29370 $21K – $42K 1180 1.26%
GA Rome $28350 $19K – $39K 450 1.26%
GA Savannah $30180 $22K – $46K 2080 1.41%
GA Valdosta $26220 $18K – $40K 680 1.36%
GA Warner Robins $31200 $21K – $46K 490 0.89%
HI Honolulu $37230 $25K – $54K 6510 1.50%
IA Ames $38620 $19K – $51K 680 1.68%
IA Cedar Rapids $29360 $18K – $44K 1690 1.22%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $27670 $19K – $43K 2330 1.31%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $33400 $21K – $47K 3840 1.19%
IA Dubuque $28610 $20K – $42K 750 1.34%
IA Iowa City $35960 $21K – $55K 1650 1.95%
IA Sioux City $27720 $20K – $41K 810 1.16%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $28150 $19K – $45K 1190 1.35%
ID Boise City – Nampa $28770 $20K – $40K 3600 1.38%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $27140 $17K – $37K 670 1.31%
ID Idaho Falls $27000 $19K – $42K 600 1.23%
ID Lewiston $28760 $19K – $38K 370 1.59%
ID Pocatello $26880 $19K – $37K 670 2.05%
IL Bloomington – Normal $29070 $20K – $43K 1030 1.19%
IL Champaign – Urbana $38760 $23K – $55K 2050 2.17%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $32890 $20K – $51K 45190 1.24%
IL Danville $29010 $19K – $46K 490 1.83%
IL Decatur $28200 $20K – $43K 560 1.13%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $26520 $19K – $39K 630 1.59%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $36070 $21K – $51K 3990 1.08%
IL Peoria $27990 $20K – $45K 2520 1.40%
IL Rockford $27250 $19K – $40K 1800 1.28%
IL Springfield $30500 $21K – $53K 2040 1.89%
IN Anderson $27580 $18K – $38K 410 1.07%
IN Bloomington $32020 $22K – $45K 1170 1.58%
IN Columbus $30380 $20K – $41K 300 0.66%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $33270 $25K – $46K 730 0.67%
IN Evansville $26990 $19K – $38K 2200 1.28%
IN Fort Wayne $32270 $22K – $43K 2230 1.12%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $31930 $23K – $46K 3080 1.17%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $33590 $24K – $47K 11110 1.25%
IN Kokomo $28850 $21K – $37K 480 1.22%
IN Lafayette $28560 $20K – $38K 1550 1.80%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $30000 $23K – $38K 770 1.88%
IN Muncie $29500 $22K – $39K 460 1.02%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $31680 $22K – $45K 1750 1.40%
IN Terre Haute $30180 $20K – $42K 1180 1.78%
KS Lawrence $31660 $22K – $42K 940 2.07%
KS Manhattan $27670 $19K – $38K 960 1.89%
KS Topeka $28320 $19K – $39K 2100 1.97%
KS Wichita $28650 $19K – $42K 4320 1.54%
KY Bowling Green $26040 $18K – $38K 910 1.56%
KY Elizabethtown $24580 $17K – $43K 700 1.52%
KY Lexington – Fayette $32110 $19K – $43K 4100 1.67%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $29360 $19K – $44K 6890 1.15%
KY Owensboro $26990 $18K – $38K 760 1.54%
LA Alexandria $24510 $20K – $37K 1250 2.01%
LA Baton Rouge $28670 $21K – $41K 7000 1.94%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $26330 $19K – $37K 2080 2.24%
LA Lafayette $29330 $21K – $41K 3100 2.05%
LA Lake Charles $25560 $18K – $37K 1750 2.01%
LA Monroe $26990 $18K – $37K 1810 2.46%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $29870 $21K – $43K 10650 2.06%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $27000 $19K – $39K 4010 2.29%
MA Barnstable Town $36410 $21K – $51K 1570 1.65%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $42260 $29K – $58K 25810 1.51%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $37460 $25K – $55K 1450 1.67%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $41810 $28K – $56K 1870 1.19%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $36150 $25K – $47K 1160 1.49%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $33870 $22K – $46K 760 1.28%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $34940 $22K – $49K 600 1.28%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $41290 $30K – $56K 1030 0.89%
MA New Bedford $35100 $25K – $52K 810 1.26%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $35940 $25K – $53K 1050 1.03%
MA Pittsfield $35860 $25K – $49K 290 0.88%
MA Springfield $37210 $24K – $53K 3860 1.35%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $40470 $27K – $57K 690 1.61%
MA Worcester $38390 $29K – $56K 3590 1.48%
MD Baltimore – Towson $36320 $25K – $52K 26670 2.12%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $39450 $25K – $56K 11550 2.06%
MD Cumberland $29690 $19K – $47K 930 2.57%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $31610 $20K – $46K 1660 1.68%
MD Salisbury $32160 $21K – $46K 1110 2.19%
ME Bangor $30220 $22K – $41K 1480 2.32%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $29090 $20K – $38K 860 1.81%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $33640 $25K – $47K 3250 1.66%
MI Ann Arbor $35140 $22K – $48K 2440 1.26%
MI Battle Creek $32240 $19K – $45K 540 1.03%
MI Bay City $29820 $18K – $46K 530 1.60%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $35660 $22K – $48K 6860 0.99%
MI Flint $29960 $20K – $45K 1810 1.42%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $33810 $22K – $51K 4530 1.18%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $30290 $21K – $44K 1340 1.31%
MI Jackson $30170 $22K – $47K 720 1.39%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $31400 $20K – $44K 1650 1.28%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $36990 $23K – $48K 3110 1.59%
MI Monroe $32820 $19K – $43K 380 1.01%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $31310 $21K – $45K 550 0.97%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $31320 $22K – $45K 890 1.56%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $30970 $21K – $45K 1010 1.22%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $33650 $21K – $49K 11300 1.05%
MN Duluth $33550 $21K – $46K 1000 0.81%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $31940 $22K – $44K 350 0.73%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $38890 $28K – $53K 13820 0.79%
MN Rochester $34510 $26K – $51K 470 0.47%
MN St. Cloud $34480 $24K – $46K 630 0.65%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $26260 $19K – $38K 810 1.91%
MO Columbia $27660 $20K – $38K 1380 1.60%
MO Jefferson City $26370 $18K – $41K 1030 1.46%
MO Joplin $23540 $17K – $36K 1120 1.48%
MO Kansas City $31630 $21K – $46K 15700 1.62%
MO Springfield $25680 $17K – $38K 2310 1.25%
MO St. Joseph $27630 $20K – $41K 870 1.71%
MO St. Louis $31630 $19K – $47K 19010 1.49%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $30190 $20K – $43K 2320 2.26%
MS Hattiesburg $25870 $18K – $36K 1470 2.59%
MS Jackson $28470 $19K – $43K 6960 2.78%
MS Pascagoula $28370 $20K – $39K 1160 2.20%
MT Billings $29000 $18K – $40K 1850 2.27%
MT Great Falls $26250 $18K – $38K 760 2.20%
MT Missoula $26330 $18K – $39K 1360 2.44%
NC Asheville $29560 $21K – $43K 3250 1.93%
NC Burlington $29440 $20K – $43K 650 1.16%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $33850 $24K – $47K 12220 1.43%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $35940 $26K – $47K 6550 2.41%
NC Fayetteville $27450 $19K – $41K 2140 1.68%
NC Goldsboro $28350 $19K – $42K 620 1.61%
NC Greensboro – High Point $32140 $21K – $45K 5300 1.54%
NC Greenville $29910 $20K – $43K 1490 2.03%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $28680 $19K – $41K 1970 1.38%
NC Jacksonville $29360 $18K – $41K 780 1.79%
NC Raleigh – Cary $33170 $24K – $46K 10410 2.02%
NC Rocky Mount $29650 $20K – $41K 1090 1.93%
NC Wilmington $30150 $19K – $43K 2390 1.79%
NC Winston – Salem $32240 $22K – $44K 3730 1.84%
ND Bismarck $31910 $25K – $46K 670 1.04%
ND Fargo $30730 $24K – $43K 1080 0.86%
ND Grand Forks $33530 $25K – $44K 720 1.44%
NE Lincoln $31110 $22K – $44K 2690 1.65%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $30640 $21K – $44K 6880 1.53%
NH Manchester $33760 $23K – $48K 1600 1.59%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $33320 $22K – $46K 1750 1.35%
NH Portsmouth $34580 $24K – $48K 840 1.51%
NH Rochester – Dover $33210 $24K – $47K 970 1.84%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $35840 $24K – $55K 1810 1.33%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $36500 $23K – $53K 8070 1.64%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $38060 $25K – $55K 15340 1.58%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $40080 $26K – $57K 14410 1.51%
NJ Ocean City $33650 $25K – $49K 590 1.57%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $44400 $30K – $62K 3920 1.82%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $34830 $24K – $51K 710 1.22%
NM Albuquerque $28030 $18K – $42K 9640 2.64%
NM Farmington $28960 $19K – $43K 1270 2.56%
NM Las Cruces $25240 $18K – $37K 2000 3.02%
NM Santa Fe $30590 $21K – $46K 1370 2.36%
NV Carson City $35830 $26K – $47K 1030 3.92%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $36840 $24K – $56K 8250 1.01%
NV Reno – Sparks $35240 $22K – $52K 2980 1.58%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $36830 $25K – $52K 10450 2.45%
NY Binghamton $31320 $21K – $48K 2430 2.33%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $31880 $21K – $46K 10990 2.06%
NY Elmira $29770 $21K – $45K 660 1.75%
NY Glens Falls $28880 $21K – $43K 1220 2.31%
NY Ithaca $33580 $22K – $46K 1070 2.18%
NY Kingston $33870 $22K – $49K 1480 2.57%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $36090 $22K – $53K 31700 2.59%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $38220 $23K – $55K 107410 2.08%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $34010 $22K – $48K 5650 2.33%
NY Rochester $32400 $23K – $47K 11390 2.31%
NY Syracuse $33680 $23K – $47K 6130 2.04%
NY Utica – Rome $30500 $20K – $45K 2600 2.11%
OH Akron $30970 $21K – $44K 4200 1.33%
OH Canton – Massillon $27340 $19K – $41K 2580 1.59%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $32800 $20K – $47K 11390 1.16%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $32390 $20K – $46K 13170 1.32%
OH Columbus $34390 $22K – $50K 10300 1.13%
OH Dayton $33490 $22K – $46K 4760 1.29%
OH Lima $29330 $19K – $44K 530 1.11%
OH Mansfield $29480 $18K – $42K 610 1.22%
OH Sandusky $29670 $18K – $44K 530 1.44%
OH Springfield $31920 $21K – $42K 530 1.10%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $25190 $18K – $34K 570 1.29%
OH Toledo $30710 $21K – $44K 3390 1.16%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $26770 $19K – $41K 3040 1.39%
OK Lawton $27640 $19K – $45K 620 1.52%
OK Oklahoma City $29060 $20K – $43K 9260 1.59%
OK Tulsa $28230 $18K – $42K 5740 1.39%
OR Bend $29550 $21K – $43K 820 1.37%
OR Corvallis $33500 $22K – $47K 450 1.34%
OR Eugene – Springfield $31860 $21K – $46K 2150 1.58%
OR Medford $30650 $20K – $44K 1220 1.66%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $35500 $23K – $48K 15610 1.56%
OR Salem $31990 $21K – $44K 3150 2.22%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $31160 $21K – $46K 6090 1.80%
PA Altoona $25890 $18K – $37K 1020 1.76%
PA Erie $27050 $19K – $40K 2060 1.61%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $32210 $21K – $47K 5700 1.85%
PA Johnstown $25770 $17K – $42K 1040 1.85%
PA Lancaster $29720 $19K – $42K 3720 1.69%
PA Lebanon $30090 $19K – $44K 860 1.72%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $34870 $22K – $51K 34520 1.89%
PA Pittsburgh $29510 $19K – $45K 20980 1.86%
PA Reading $31780 $22K – $45K 2830 1.73%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $28310 $20K – $42K 4210 1.68%
PA State College $32890 $22K – $43K 1610 2.43%
PA Williamsport $28120 $20K – $39K 970 1.84%
PA York – Hanover $30370 $20K – $42K 2970 1.70%
PR Aguadilla – Isabela – San Sebastian $17990 $16K – $22K 1240 2.95%
PR Fajardo $18250 $16K – $23K 310 2.33%
PR Guayama $18200 $16K – $25K 320 2.42%
PR Mayaguez $18510 $16K – $31K 920 3.07%
PR Ponce $18110 $16K – $25K 1520 2.84%
PR San German – Cabo Rojo $18070 $16K – $24K 560 3.05%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $19190 $16K – $31K 18610 2.53%
PR Yauco $17830 $16K – $23K 350 3.17%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $36680 $23K – $50K 8550 1.59%
SC Anderson $29240 $21K – $40K 930 1.62%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $30220 $21K – $44K 4440 1.52%
SC Columbia $29750 $21K – $43K 6810 2.00%
SC Florence $26870 $20K – $39K 1490 1.88%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $28180 $20K – $41K 4230 1.42%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $28040 $20K – $43K 1840 1.66%
SC Spartanburg $29160 $20K – $42K 1640 1.42%
SC Sumter $30100 $18K – $45K 430 1.27%
SD Rapid City $26050 $20K – $36K 890 1.49%
SD Sioux Falls $26320 $21K – $36K 1570 1.14%
TN Chattanooga $28420 $19K – $42K 2980 1.32%
TN Clarksville $26680 $18K – $41K 1040 1.28%
TN Cleveland $26850 $18K – $38K 550 1.49%
TN Jackson $25630 $17K – $38K 970 1.66%
TN Johnson City $23550 $17K – $36K 1300 1.66%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $27540 $18K – $40K 1320 1.14%
TN Knoxville $28920 $18K – $46K 5100 1.56%
TN Memphis $29160 $20K – $44K 7260 1.23%
TN Morristown $23490 $17K – $35K 700 1.55%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $30180 $19K – $45K 11060 1.48%
TX Abilene $26430 $18K – $38K 1450 2.34%
TX Amarillo $27620 $18K – $39K 2060 1.88%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $32250 $21K – $45K 14850 1.83%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $30280 $18K – $46K 2770 1.76%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $23310 $17K – $34K 2450 1.95%
TX College Station – Bryan $27990 $18K – $42K 1370 1.48%
TX Corpus Christi $26600 $18K – $41K 3170 1.75%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $33060 $21K – $47K 29440 1.40%
TX El Paso $25150 $17K – $39K 5660 2.05%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $31870 $19K – $47K 12100 1.38%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $33060 $19K – $49K 42190 1.60%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $24060 $17K – $38K 2240 1.76%
TX Laredo $26010 $17K – $42K 1580 1.75%
TX Longview $26090 $17K – $40K 1900 1.93%
TX Lubbock $26930 $17K – $40K 2460 1.96%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $24800 $17K – $37K 3920 1.72%
TX Midland $30180 $19K – $48K 1770 2.31%
TX Odessa $26850 $18K – $45K 1190 1.75%
TX San Angelo $26110 $17K – $38K 800 1.80%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $31210 $18K – $46K 13690 1.59%
TX Sherman – Denison $26610 $18K – $38K 740 1.81%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $29000 $19K – $43K 860 1.61%
TX Tyler $27780 $18K – $41K 1830 1.98%
TX Victoria $25450 $17K – $38K 920 1.85%
TX Waco $27480 $19K – $38K 1950 1.94%
TX Wichita Falls $26280 $18K – $38K 980 1.76%
UT Logan $29520 $21K – $38K 960 1.97%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $30870 $21K – $41K 3310 1.68%
UT Provo – Orem $30490 $22K – $42K 3620 2.03%
UT Salt Lake City $32190 $23K – $43K 10110 1.63%
UT St. George $29470 $23K – $38K 940 1.99%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $29230 $20K – $42K 490 0.78%
VA Charlottesville $36120 $25K – $55K 1650 1.71%
VA Danville $28320 $19K – $38K 460 1.24%
VA Harrisonburg $28860 $18K – $41K 580 1.00%
VA Lynchburg $27990 $19K – $38K 1020 1.05%
VA Richmond $32290 $22K – $48K 6950 1.16%
VA Roanoke $30240 $20K – $42K 1440 0.97%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $31780 $21K – $46K 7130 1.00%
VA Winchester $32990 $24K – $45K 560 1.06%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $31930 $23K – $42K 2450 2.14%
WA Bellingham $33930 $25K – $44K 1080 1.44%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $36830 $25K – $50K 1210 1.54%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $35660 $24K – $49K 1490 1.53%
WA Longview $34900 $23K – $45K 460 1.37%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $34270 $23K – $46K 630 1.49%
WA Olympia $35240 $26K – $48K 1300 1.38%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $39960 $28K – $55K 15210 1.08%
WA Spokane $33480 $23K – $45K 2850 1.45%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $36570 $25K – $52K 3610 1.41%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $34370 $23K – $46K 670 1.74%
WA Yakima $33560 $24K – $44K 1270 1.59%
WI Appleton $32870 $19K – $44K 1540 1.34%
WI Eau Claire $31400 $22K – $44K 740 0.95%
WI Fond du Lac $31370 $24K – $40K 390 0.91%
WI Green Bay $32750 $24K – $44K 1510 0.90%
WI Janesville $31130 $22K – $40K 470 0.78%
WI La Crosse $33350 $26K – $42K 820 1.16%
WI Madison $35050 $25K – $47K 4400 1.32%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $35060 $24K – $47K 7720 0.96%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $33140 $25K – $43K 840 0.94%
WI Racine $32830 $23K – $45K 600 0.81%
WI Sheboygan $35320 $23K – $46K 540 0.98%
WI Wausau $32520 $23K – $44K 490 0.76%
WV Charleston $29910 $20K – $42K 2130 1.47%
WV Huntington – Ashland $26960 $18K – $42K 1380 1.27%
WV Morgantown $28080 $20K – $44K 760 1.24%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $26470 $18K – $40K 730 1.07%
WV Wheeling $26440 $19K – $38K 770 1.20%
WY Casper $32390 $22K – $46K 690 1.69%
WY Cheyenne $32390 $22K – $43K 660 1.55%

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