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Education

What’s Needed:

  • Wholesale and retail buyers are generally required to possess high school diplomas or their equivalents. In fact retail employers may not ask prospective buyers for higher-education credentials. However these buyers frequently submit to exhaustive company-specific on-the-job training programs that are designed to familiarize new hires with negotiation protocols supply-chain issues and other essential pieces of information.
  • Buyers who wish to work for manufacturing firms or specialized retailers may need to obtain bachelor’s degrees in business accounting finance or other related fields.
  • Individuals who hold engineering degrees may appear especially attractive to specialized employers.
  • Those who wish to become purchasing managers or directors may need to obtain bachelor’s or master’s degrees in business finance or supply chain management.

What you study:

Entry-level purchasing agents are expected to be comfortable with the following subjects:

  • Business
  • Finance
  • Economics
  • Communications
  • Statistics
  • Basic accounting

Purchasing managers and highly specialized buyers may need additional qualifications in these areas:

  • Business administration
  • Supply chain management
  • Mechanical or chemical engineering
  • Advanced manufacturing practices


A Day in the Life

Although the job can be stressful and time-consuming you appreciate the lifestyle that it affords you.

Becoming a purchasing agent wasn’t a childhood aspiration of yours. Instead you imagined that you’d become a firefighter or astronaut one day. While neither of these goals ended up panning out you’re probably better off as a purchasing agent.

When you first considered the profession you were surprised to learn that experienced buyers are compensated handsomely for their work. Although the job can be stressful and time-consuming you appreciate the lifestyle that it affords you.

Since the company that employs you sells a wide range of durable and non-durable goods your job duties are remarkably varied.

After deciding to take up this occupation you found work with a major national retail chain that operates large-format stores in shopping districts. As a result of your employer’s size you’re responsible for making purchasing and stocking decisions in a defined trade area. Although you started as an entry-level buyer you worked your way up the food chain and are now in charge of buying for your region.

Since the company that employs you sells a wide range of durable and non-durable goods your job duties are remarkably varied. Today you’ll be making calls to suppliers and visiting a few stores in your area to ensure that each unit is following the shelving and product-placement protocols that have been outlined by the corporate office.

Although you hate breaking off business relationships like this your action will end up saving your employer several hundred thousand dollars over the course of the next five years.

You arrive at your office by 7:30 a.m. in order to make some calls to your company’s East Coast suppliers. After sitting down at your desk and checking your e-mail you pull up a report that ranks your suppliers according to various metrics. It appears as if your employer is using two companies to stock the same product in the stores for which you’re responsible.

You notice a pricing discrepancy and immediately call the company that’s charging more. After haggling for 15 minutes and getting nowhere you politely inform your counterpart that you won’t be renewing their supply contract. Although you hate breaking off business relationships like this your action will end up saving your employer several hundred thousand dollars over the course of the next five years.

You repeat this exchange several times and update your supplier charts as necessary. While you don’t take such drastic steps to adjust your company’s supply arrangements very often your superiors have been pressuring you to cut costs recently.

Before you leave the office you make one call to a supplier that had hoped to win your business. You had visited its manufacturing facility the week before and been impressed by the quality of its operation. After some last-minute haggling over pricing you agree "in principle" to a long-term supply contract and set a meeting date to finalize it.

On the way to the first unit that you’ll be visiting you grab a bite to eat on the road. Since you’ll be traveling more than 50 miles today your employer will reimburse you for your mileage and food costs.

You arrive at the retail facility and meet with its general manager. She gives you a brief tour of the store and turns you loose to complete your observations on your own. Using a tablet with a built-in camera you record any items that look out of place and make special note of slow-selling seasonal or obviously defective products. Before you leave you reconvene with the store’s manager and obtain a detailed sales report for the past quarter. You’ll use this information to determine whether to discontinue or revamp any particular selections.

The next visit proceeds in a similar fashion. As you drive to and from the store you use your hands-free phone to make several calls to your company’s clients. Finally you make one last call to your immediate superior. She informs you that a critical mass of store managers have expressed dismay over the high prices that the company charges for a particular manufacturer’s products. Since other retailers sell them for less she advises you to work out a better deal with the supplier.

Upon returning to the office you pack up your things and head home. Although you’ve worked for about 10 hours and driven nearly 100 miles you’re satisfied with the progress that you’ve made. You’re looking forward to returning to work tomorrow.


Certifications and Licensing

There are no state-specific licenses for wholesale and retail buyers. However several professional organizations offer optional credentials that may render aspiring buyers more attractive in the eyes of employers. These credentials might be absolutely essential for individuals who wish to be considered for management-level positions. The Certified Professional Purchasing Manager and Certified Professional Purchaser designations both require their holders to have at least three years of experience in the field. Meanwhile public-sector buyers with minimal amounts of experience can obtain the Certified Professional Public Buyer designation. Entry-level private-sector candidates may be eligible for APICS’s Certified Supply Chain Professional designation.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time and work location:

Wholesale and retail buyers generally work full-time in a corporate office setting. Although some of their work can be performed from home these individuals are required to meet regularly with their superiors and clients to discuss pricing issues negotiate contracts and discuss various strategic initiatives. Depending upon the nature of the industry in which they work they may also be expected to take day trips or extended business trips on an occasional basis. Further most purchasing agents can expect to work extra hours in the morning or evening as operations dictate.


Recommended Websites

Those who wish to become wholesale and retail buyers might find the following web-based resources helpful:

  • Institute for Supply Management — The Institute for Supply Management is a full-service organization that advocates on behalf of purchasing agents and managers. It offers continuing education seminars professional development workshops general information about careers in the field and an interactive jobs board that’s among the most comprehensive in the business. The ISM also regularly puts out closely-watched reports about the state of the national economy.
  • Institute for Public Procurement — Also known as the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing the IPP deals primarily with purchasing agents who work in the public sector. Like the ISM it offers a variety of professional development resources and sponsors events for aspiring wholesale and retail buyers. Although it doesn’t have a dedicated jobs board it maintains close relationships with government agencies and private employers.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics — The U.S. Labor Department’s fact sheet on wholesale and retail buying careers offers insight into the job duties salary expectations and credentialing requirements of those who work as purchasing agents and managers. This fact sheet also examines the industry’s outlook for the coming decade.
  • Association for Operations Management — Known as APICS the Association for Operations Management is a research and advocacy organization that produces detailed white papers on the state of the purchasing industry. It also maintains a well-respected certification system and offers a wealth of test-prep materials for aspiring purchasing agents. APICS runs a full jobs board for newly-minted wholesale and retail buyers.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $66890 $44K – $106K 380 0.22%
AK Fairbanks $66090 $46K – $85K 80 0.23%
AL Anniston – Oxford $61660 $39K – $95K 130 0.28%
AL Auburn – Opelika $49550 $34K – $72K 80 0.17%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $52560 $34K – $88K 890 0.18%
AL Decatur $56090 $35K – $83K 120 0.22%
AL Dothan $38740 $26K – $67K 60 0.11%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $49180 $33K – $74K 90 0.17%
AL Huntsville $74590 $42K – $108K 2310 1.14%
AL Mobile $51870 $34K – $90K 450 0.27%
AL Montgomery $55660 $37K – $83K 460 0.29%
AL Tuscaloosa $60180 $32K – $83K 240 0.26%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $49510 $31K – $78K 250 0.12%
AR Fort Smith $49020 $31K – $82K 130 0.12%
AR Jonesboro $43100 $32K – $68K 60 0.12%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $47790 $35K – $75K 570 0.17%
AR Pine Bluff $63850 $38K – $93K 50 0.14%
AZ Flagstaff $50430 $35K – $72K 100 0.19%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $40630 $32K – $59K 50 0.11%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $58530 $39K – $90K 4030 0.23%
AZ Prescott $49440 $34K – $70K 70 0.14%
AZ Tucson $49180 $33K – $80K 650 0.19%
AZ Yuma $57410 $34K – $83K 100 0.18%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $67580 $40K – $108K 530 0.19%
CA Chico $47380 $35K – $73K 50 0.08%
CA El Centro $47320 $28K – $77K 50 0.10%
CA Fresno $50610 $35K – $87K 300 0.10%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $63750 $37K – $99K 40 0.10%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $60850 $37K – $97K 9110 0.24%
CA Madera – Chowchilla $52440 $33K – $76K 50 0.14%
CA Merced $45990 $33K – $73K 40 0.07%
CA Modesto $51870 $35K – $86K 220 0.14%
CA Napa $57250 $39K – $91K 80 0.13%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $67710 $42K – $106K 2480 0.26%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $57920 $34K – $102K 630 0.22%
CA Redding $50620 $30K – $92K 50 0.09%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $52830 $35K – $84K 1810 0.16%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $63860 $42K – $102K 1480 0.18%
CA Salinas $70230 $41K – $123K 160 0.11%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $65940 $42K – $103K 3720 0.29%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $74410 $47K – $114K 1900 0.19%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $75760 $50K – $116K 3240 0.36%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $59200 $39K – $99K 180 0.17%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $62620 $39K – $100K 3710 0.26%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $68810 $43K – $108K 300 0.18%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $53360 $33K – $80K 160 0.19%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $58820 $34K – $92K 260 0.15%
CA Stockton $61260 $40K – $93K 210 0.11%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $67400 $39K – $103K 200 0.16%
CA Visalia – Porterville $46790 $32K – $79K 130 0.10%
CA Yuba City $68130 $40K – $93K 30 0.08%
CO Boulder $68490 $40K – $100K 550 0.34%
CO Colorado Springs $61160 $38K – $98K 750 0.31%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $63330 $40K – $102K 3410 0.28%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $66640 $36K – $100K 300 0.23%
CO Grand Junction $50120 $35K – $91K 90 0.15%
CO Greeley $53170 $33K – $94K 190 0.24%
CO Pueblo $52960 $40K – $82K 80 0.14%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $66280 $40K – $104K 1040 0.25%
CT Danbury $64380 $37K – $90K 150 0.22%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $66900 $44K – $93K 1220 0.22%
CT New Haven $65220 $44K – $94K 450 0.17%
CT Norwich – New London $66750 $44K – $106K 320 0.25%
CT Waterbury $62680 $37K – $93K 80 0.12%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $79820 $51K – $116K 8660 0.37%
DE Dover $55670 $41K – $83K 80 0.13%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $67900 $42K – $108K 670 0.21%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $52650 $34K – $88K 240 0.12%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $68810 $39K – $93K 400 0.55%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $45840 $32K – $70K 180 0.12%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $51460 $34K – $83K 1190 0.17%
FL Gainesville $43970 $28K – $76K 200 0.17%
FL Jacksonville $57630 $35K – $89K 1000 0.17%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $47280 $28K – $70K 230 0.12%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $47350 $30K – $77K 2430 0.24%
FL Naples – Marco Island $52320 $39K – $76K 120 0.10%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $45270 $27K – $68K 280 0.12%
FL Ocala $42730 $26K – $70K 130 0.15%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $54520 $33K – $92K 2040 0.20%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $61010 $39K – $91K 830 0.44%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $68220 $34K – $93K 160 0.23%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $50890 $33K – $85K 160 0.11%
FL Port St. Lucie $46560 $33K – $71K 140 0.12%
FL Punta Gorda $46560 $31K – $75K 40 0.09%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach Tallahassee $43430 $29K – $71K 260 0.17%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $54480 $35K – $84K 2030 0.18%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $53700 $34K – $86K 680 0.13%
GA Albany $64010 $33K – $87K 90 0.15%
GA Athens – Clarke County $62240 $33K – $102K 100 0.13%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $58730 $36K – $91K 4760 0.21%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $65990 $33K – $96K 390 0.19%
GA Brunswick $67320 $37K – $97K 90 0.23%
GA Columbus $56510 $31K – $88K 200 0.18%
GA Dalton $43840 $33K – $65K 140 0.22%
GA Gainesville $56620 $38K – $87K 130 0.19%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $63150 $40K – $89K 40 0.26%
GA Macon $49550 $34K – $86K 120 0.12%
GA Rome $57640 $39K – $77K 50 0.15%
GA Savannah $65010 $39K – $87K 470 0.32%
GA Valdosta $46400 $33K – $69K 60 0.12%
GA Warner Robins $68820 $47K – $93K 440 0.79%
HI Honolulu $60740 $37K – $91K 770 0.18%
IA Ames $57760 $33K – $75K 70 0.18%
IA Cedar Rapids $50610 $34K – $77K 310 0.23%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $61220 $37K – $93K 640 0.36%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $51260 $36K – $75K 400 0.12%
IA Dubuque $46170 $31K – $69K 60 0.10%
IA Iowa City $54300 $37K – $78K 90 0.11%
IA Sioux City $50460 $33K – $73K 150 0.22%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $49480 $34K – $80K 170 0.19%
ID Boise City – Nampa $51720 $35K – $84K 560 0.22%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $44460 $34K – $76K 60 0.11%
ID Idaho Falls $55230 $34K – $99K 50 0.09%
ID Lewiston $51340 $33K – $74K 30 0.13%
ID Pocatello $53860 $34K – $91K 50 0.15%
IL Champaign – Urbana $46570 $28K – $78K 100 0.11%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $60050 $39K – $92K 4940 0.14%
IL Danville $49320 $38K – $85K 40 0.14%
IL Decatur $61990 $34K – $93K 50 0.09%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $44960 $24K – $71K 50 0.14%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $49470 $30K – $85K 880 0.24%
IL Peoria $58440 $30K – $101K 320 0.18%
IL Rockford $52040 $31K – $74K 320 0.23%
IL Springfield $43000 $27K – $83K 110 0.10%
IN Bloomington $55800 $34K – $86K 120 0.17%
IN Columbus $61910 $41K – $86K 140 0.31%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $46460 $33K – $78K 450 0.41%
IN Evansville $46000 $34K – $72K 260 0.15%
IN Fort Wayne $50280 $32K – $78K 380 0.19%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $52100 $34K – $85K 280 0.11%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $53160 $34K – $87K 1870 0.21%
IN Kokomo $66740 $35K – $106K 70 0.17%
IN Lafayette $52900 $34K – $76K 110 0.13%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $44910 $29K – $75K 100 0.24%
IN Muncie $57220 $33K – $76K 60 0.14%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $51690 $38K – $81K 190 0.15%
IN Terre Haute $47870 $32K – $73K 80 0.12%
KS Lawrence $60340 $35K – $75K 60 0.14%
KS Manhattan $58840 $40K – $82K 160 0.31%
KS Topeka $50930 $35K – $80K 150 0.14%
KS Wichita $64620 $40K – $91K 1470 0.52%
KY Bowling Green $44850 $32K – $71K N/A N/A
KY Elizabethtown $60400 $37K – $90K 180 0.40%
KY Lexington – Fayette $54290 $34K – $89K 520 0.21%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $54030 $34K – $96K 1260 0.21%
KY Owensboro $50190 $33K – $88K 90 0.19%
LA Alexandria $58900 $38K – $85K 150 0.23%
LA Baton Rouge $52800 $35K – $78K 520 0.14%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $46740 $31K – $70K 250 0.27%
LA Lafayette $56510 $36K – $101K 420 0.28%
LA Lake Charles $46020 $33K – $70K 130 0.14%
LA Monroe $47610 $34K – $86K 60 0.09%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $54690 $34K – $91K 850 0.16%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $50780 $35K – $86K 260 0.15%
MA Barnstable Town $67280 $51K – $98K 80 0.08%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $66010 $45K – $101K 3790 0.22%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $60380 $45K – $91K 110 0.12%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $70430 $44K – $106K 570 0.36%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $58030 $41K – $76K 190 0.24%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $55100 $39K – $78K 170 0.30%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $62650 $40K – $85K 70 0.15%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $68030 $44K – $96K 460 0.39%
MA New Bedford $59300 $38K – $88K 70 0.12%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $58160 $43K – $93K 100 0.10%
MA Pittsfield $58060 $42K – $85K 100 0.31%
MA Springfield $54960 $35K – $90K 620 0.22%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $64230 $43K – $93K 70 0.17%
MA Worcester $56850 $40K – $87K 470 0.19%
MD Baltimore – Towson $62970 $40K – $101K 2930 0.23%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $72220 $44K – $105K 1930 0.34%
MD Cumberland $51440 $32K – $72K 60 0.15%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $63800 $41K – $90K 120 0.12%
MD Salisbury $44800 $33K – $71K 50 0.11%
ME Bangor $42110 $33K – $63K 50 0.08%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $43740 $33K – $64K 50 0.10%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $51450 $35K – $74K 230 0.12%
MI Ann Arbor $56360 $36K – $89K 480 0.25%
MI Battle Creek $59310 $38K – $98K 150 0.28%
MI Bay City $47300 $30K – $85K 40 0.12%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $69540 $41K – $115K 2380 0.34%
MI Flint $49410 $34K – $75K 160 0.13%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $54080 $38K – $87K 1490 0.39%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $53310 $31K – $80K 360 0.35%
MI Jackson $54880 $42K – $74K N/A N/A
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $51660 $31K – $77K 390 0.30%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $50700 $34K – $72K 330 0.17%
MI Monroe $59750 $37K – $93K 80 0.21%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $52230 $38K – $77K 100 0.18%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $50330 $33K – $85K 270 0.47%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $61730 $34K – $95K 240 0.29%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $62420 $38K – $103K 3860 0.36%
MN Duluth $52320 $37K – $81K 180 0.15%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $49180 $36K – $71K 90 0.19%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $59900 $42K – $90K 4370 0.25%
MN Rochester $60460 $41K – $103K 130 0.13%
MN St. Cloud $47830 $38K – $72K 180 0.19%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $42790 $31K – $66K 60 0.14%
MO Columbia $49170 $32K – $76K 100 0.12%
MO Jefferson City $41880 $29K – $64K 200 0.29%
MO Joplin $41030 $23K – $71K 110 0.15%
MO Kansas City $58730 $37K – $91K 2340 0.24%
MO Springfield $41120 $28K – $75K 290 0.15%
MO St. Joseph $47290 $39K – $76K 100 0.19%
MO St. Louis $63140 $39K – $96K 3730 0.29%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $56940 $33K – $90K 250 0.25%
MS Hattiesburg $36200 $26K – $75K 70 0.12%
MS Jackson $46380 $28K – $71K 420 0.17%
MT Billings $56440 $35K – $89K 120 0.15%
MT Great Falls $50620 $30K – $75K 50 0.15%
MT Missoula $46570 $24K – $86K 80 0.15%
NC Asheville $46370 $33K – $73K 240 0.14%
NC Burlington $51240 $35K – $80K 100 0.18%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $53180 $36K – $82K 1480 0.17%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $66730 $41K – $104K 600 0.22%
NC Fayetteville $50640 $34K – $87K 260 0.20%
NC Goldsboro $56350 $33K – $76K 60 0.15%
NC Greensboro – High Point $51680 $33K – $85K 750 0.22%
NC Greenville $50570 $35K – $89K 80 0.11%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $49830 $33K – $76K 320 0.23%
NC Jacksonville $57880 $36K – $87K 80 0.19%
NC Raleigh – Cary $57310 $39K – $92K 930 0.18%
NC Rocky Mount $55730 $38K – $87K 80 0.15%
NC Wilmington $61210 $36K – $89K 180 0.14%
NC Winston – Salem $55870 $38K – $84K 380 0.19%
ND Bismarck $57420 $36K – $81K 60 0.09%
ND Fargo $54100 $35K – $77K 200 0.16%
ND Grand Forks $49290 $37K – $85K 60 0.13%
NE Lincoln $45370 $28K – $68K 330 0.20%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $53110 $33K – $85K 810 0.18%
NH Manchester $56400 $35K – $77K 200 0.20%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $57080 $39K – $89K 500 0.39%
NH Portsmouth $62760 $42K – $93K 120 0.21%
NH Rochester – Dover $56820 $42K – $76K 100 0.20%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $63650 $36K – $95K 110 0.08%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $65680 $41K – $98K 750 0.15%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $71070 $45K – $108K 1750 0.18%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $67750 $43K – $105K 1870 0.20%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $68090 $43K – $92K 490 0.23%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $58990 $38K – $93K 60 0.10%
NM Albuquerque $60560 $33K – $103K 950 0.26%
NM Farmington $49950 $32K – $81K 70 0.14%
NM Las Cruces $57420 $39K – $85K 80 0.12%
NM Santa Fe $44660 $32K – $65K 170 0.30%
NV Carson City $57980 $36K – $78K 50 0.19%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $49530 $32K – $79K 1020 0.12%
NV Reno – Sparks $55170 $37K – $73K 450 0.24%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $57890 $41K – $88K 900 0.21%
NY Binghamton $58380 $39K – $91K 220 0.21%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $52690 $36K – $79K 1140 0.21%
NY Elmira $66490 $40K – $89K 100 0.26%
NY Glens Falls $61970 $42K – $88K 70 0.13%
NY Ithaca $54780 $41K – $88K 70 0.15%
NY Kingston $49910 $33K$78K 70 0.12%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $62780 $41K – $94K 2130 0.17%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $63020 $40K – $96K 9000 0.17%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $70600 $46K – $109K 370 0.15%
NY Rochester $53630 $38K – $88K 1260 0.25%
NY Syracuse $59310 $41K – $87K 620 0.21%
NY Utica – Rome $57390 $38K – $95K 220 0.18%
OH Akron $50090 $35K – $77K 780 0.25%
OH Canton – Massillon $47330 $32K – $72K 250 0.16%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $58000 $37K – $91K 2300 0.23%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $54360 $35K – $87K 2460 0.25%
OH Columbus $61740 $40K – $89K 2290 0.25%
OH Dayton $72390 $42K – $100K 1800 0.49%
OH Lima $61400 $35K – $98K 40 0.09%
OH Mansfield $41940 $32K – $71K 100 0.19%
OH Sandusky $52780 $37K – $90K 90 0.25%
OH Springfield $51900 $31K – $73K 80 0.17%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $51740 $35K – $70K 40 0.10%
OH Toledo $53160 $36K – $81K 470 0.16%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $49180 $32K – $89K 380 0.18%
OK Lawton $47460 $29K – $79K N/A N/A
OK Oklahoma City $62790 $34K – $90K 1520 0.26%
OK Tulsa $55910 $33K – $91K 1260 0.30%
OR Bend $53400 $34K – $75K 70 0.12%
OR Corvallis $52420 $36K – $86K 80 0.24%
OR Eugene – Springfield $44580 $31K – $67K 240 0.18%
OR Medford $46410 $32K – $84K 130 0.18%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $58320 $39K – $87K 2320 0.23%
OR Salem $55240 $39K – $74K 320 0.23%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $60390 $40K – $111K 750 0.22%
PA Altoona $48600 $36K – $89K 90 0.16%
PA Erie $53060 $34K – $87K 350 0.27%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $59540 $39K – $91K 860 0.28%
PA Johnstown $54610 $35K – $77K 90 0.16%
PA Lancaster $52060 $33K – $76K 460 0.21%
PA Lebanon $48760 $36K – $72K 110 0.21%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $65660 $43K – $96K 6100 0.33%
PA Pittsburgh $55130 $38K – $87K 2900 0.26%
PA Reading $52990 $39K – $89K 350 0.21%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $45830 $33K – $71K 360 0.14%
PA State College $47630 $34K – $74K 120 0.18%
PA Williamsport $45090 $32K – $67K 120 0.22%
PA York – Hanover $55650 $38K – $98K 470 0.27%
PR Aguadilla – Isabela – San Sebastian $27950 $17K – $66K 150 0.36%
PR Guayama $39360 $18K – $74K 30 0.25%
PR Mayaguez $27010 $18K – $40K 40 0.14%
PR Ponce $27720 $20K – $47K 110 0.20%
PR San German – Cabo Rojo $23080 $17K – $52K 40 0.20%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $28740 $18K – $59K 1460 0.20%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $60410 $42K – $93K 1020 0.19%
SC Anderson $57790 $29K – $89K 110 0.18%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $57430 $36K – $92K 580 0.20%
SC Columbia $49580 $33K – $83K 750 0.22%
SC Florence $45200 $32K – $83K 170 0.21%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $58010 $35K – $90K 630 0.21%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $43860 $28K – $61K 80 0.07%
SC Spartanburg $57190 $33K – $79K 200 0.17%
SC Sumter $57560 $28K – $87K 60 0.18%
SD Rapid City $52190 $36K – $82K 90 0.15%
SD Sioux Falls $47820 $38K – $67K 220 0.16%
TN Chattanooga $52390 $33K – $85K 380 0.17%
TN Clarksville $57610 $41K – $87K 110 0.14%
TN Cleveland $55920 $33K – $110K 60 0.15%
TN Jackson $42310 $30K – $72K 70 0.12%
TN Johnson City $40960 $22K – $60K 110 0.14%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $49600 $30K – $83K 160 0.14%
TN Knoxville $56070 $34K – $85K 680 0.21%
TN Memphis $53900 $34K – $86K 700 0.12%
TN Morristown $44430 $26K – $62K 70 0.15%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $56230 $32K – $89K 1250 0.17%
TX Abilene $49030 $29K – $73K 80 0.13%
TX Amarillo $50890 $32K – $89K 140 0.13%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $54360 $35K – $104K 2720 0.34%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $57950 $33K – $90K 280 0.18%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $41860 $26K – $69K 120 0.09%
TX College Station – Bryan $46440 $29K – $74K 90 0.10%
TX Corpus Christi $51320 $28K – $91K 300 0.16%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $61110 $39K – $100K 4980 0.24%
TX El Paso $48360 $31K – $76K 550 0.20%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $61360 $35K – $97K 2350 0.27%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $60100 $36K – $99K 6970 0.26%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $63050 $40K – $90K 220 0.17%
TX Laredo $35920 $25K – $96K 60 0.07%
TX Longview $43730 $31K – $69K 170 0.17%
TX Lubbock $43940 $32K – $78K 150 0.12%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $43260 $26K – $77K 190 0.08%
TX Midland $54690 $29K – $127K 90 0.12%
TX Odessa $52450 $33K – $72K 90 0.14%
TX San Angelo $52680 $29K – $75K 70 0.15%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $66570 $39K – $99K 2180 0.25%
TX Sherman – Denison $44880 $31K – $74K 110 0.26%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $51260 $38K – $78K 60 0.11%
TX Tyler $45570 $33K – $86K 140 0.15%
TX Victoria $47060 $28K – $83K 80 0.16%
TX Waco $51100 $32K – $82K 230 0.23%
TX Wichita Falls $47450 $31K – $71K 110 0.19%
UT Logan $44330 $26K – $62K 60 0.13%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $71680 $43K – $95K 620 0.31%
UT Provo – Orem $52150 $38K – $79K 240 0.13%
UT Salt Lake City $55760 $37K – $86K 1070 0.17%
UT St. George $31230 $25K – $80K 50 0.10%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $48010 $32K – $78K 150 0.24%
VA Charlottesville $51780 $36K – $82K 160 0.16%
VA Danville $49360 $31K – $73K 50 0.12%
VA Harrisonburg $45720 $34K – $79K 90 0.15%
VA Lynchburg $49600 $35K – $85K 220 0.23%
VA Richmond $63260 $40K – $92K 2310 0.39%
VA Roanoke $44080 $32K – $72K 250 0.17%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $61590 $39K – $93K 2250 0.31%
VA Winchester $62470 $41K – $109K 100 0.19%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $54190 $39K – $78K 350 0.30%
WA Bellingham $61370 $36K – $94K 140 0.18%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $61240 $38K – $99K 240 0.31%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $69360 $48K – $109K 420 0.44%
WA Longview $52510 $40K – $75K 90 0.25%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $53280 $41K – $76K 60 0.15%
WA Olympia $54980 $39K – $72K 430 0.45%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $73140 $45K – $105K 5820 0.41%
WA Spokane $49050 $34K – $75K 360 0.18%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $55450 $39K – $86K 520 0.20%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $51490 $37K – $73K 60 0.16%
WA Yakima $48170 $31K – $84K 110 0.14%
WI Appleton $51570 $36K – $76K 190 0.17%
WI Eau Claire $47250 $35K – $74K 180 0.23%
WI Fond du Lac $51650 $28K – $74K 110 0.26%
WI Green Bay $47980 $32K – $80K 330 0.20%
WI Janesville $52870 $36K – $84K 120 0.20%
WI La Crosse $45050 $32K – $74K 100 0.14%
WI Madison $54540 $38K – $77K 770 0.23%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $55660 $38K – $81K 2190 0.27%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $52550 $34K – $76K 290 0.32%
WI Racine $56180 $34K – $81K 180 0.25%
WI Sheboygan $56670 $40K – $86K 120 0.22%
WI Wausau $42780 $33K – $67K 120 0.19%
WV Charleston $50770 $35K – $86K 120 0.08%
WV Huntington – Ashland $49540 $31K – $81K 150 0.14%
WV Morgantown $60900 $29K – $98K 60 0.09%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $61690 $40K – $94K 140 0.21%
WV Wheeling $44900 $33K – $77K 50 0.07%
WY Casper $58550 $38K – $73K 60 0.14%
WY Cheyenne $54590 $39K – $76K 90 0.20%

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