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Cooks Institution and Cafeteria


Schools and Education

What’s Needed:

  • Institutional cafeteria cooks have no set educational requirements — you may get on-the-job training.
  • You might attend culinary school to obtain a certificate or associate’s degree to help with employability for larger employers.
  • Graduation from an accredited food service program can help those who want to move to supervisory positions or play roles in designing menus no states currently require it.

What you study:

  • Food safety
  • Stocks and sauces
  • Pastry preparation
  • Culinary math
  • Nutrition

What courses you’ll take

Below are examples of courses that you’ll likely take as a cooking student getting ready for a career in large institutional or cafeteria settings.

Course Studies Purpose
Food Theory Introduces the fundamentals of professional cooking including: history; safety; sanitation; nutrition; food composition; equipment; ingredients; measurements; knives; flavoring; principles of heat cooking; baking; breakfasts; and menu planning. Provide building block knowledge for later more advanced studies and field experiences.
Cooking Skills Reviews basics of cooking skills including: preparation of meats poultry and seafood; creation of salads; use of equipment and utensils; organization of kitchen; sauces; soups; thickeners; potatoes and starches; and pastas. Teach fundamental cooking skills that are a basis for more advanced recipes and kitchens serving production levels of customers.
Principles of Sanitation and Safety Cover sanitation fundamentals including: value to food service industries; food spoilage; food-borne illness; reducing microbial contamination; maintaining clean and sanitary kitchen facilities; pest control; care of equipment; prevention of accidents; first aid; Material Safety Data Sheets; design of clean kitchens; applicable regulations; and training of employees. Help students ensure the cleanliness and safety of their kitchens. Also needed for certifications in some states.
Production Baking Provides knowledge of baking production of breads and other baked items. Teaches relevant processes and skills to produce a range of breads cakes pies and cookies. Covers underlying basics such as use of yeast doughs and formulas. Prepare students for baking of a wide variety of baked goods for their institutional and cafeteria customers.
Nutritional Cooking Explores the preparation of food for maximum nutritional value. Presents relevant methods and techniques. Covers nutrition details such as: carbohydrates fats protein vitamins and changing recipes for lower calorie levels. Teach students how to meet the demanding nutritional requirements of customers in hospitals assisted living settings and institutions.
Purchasing and Inventory Overviews food costs and inventory concepts such as: purchasing methods for food and non-food items in high-volume kitchens; food buying considerations; flow of kitchen goods; legal and ethical considerations; recipe calculations; stock rotation; creating bid documents; quality testing received goods; and managing inventories. Ready students to take care of the business aspects of their food service operations.


Video Overview

Describes briefly what cafeteria and institutional cooks do. Produced for the US Dept. of Labor.


Certifications and Licensing

Certification in food safety or nutrition can be an asset for institutional cafeteria cooks but it is not required. For those who want to join the field above an entry-level position though certification can help. Cooks who take an active role in designing menus or overseeing school lunch programs should seek certification through the ACF.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

Cafeteria workers typically work full-time but some schools that offer only lunch have part-time positions available. As with any kitchen job cafeteria work does not usually permit much flexibility with hours. Food takes time to prepare and there are no short cuts. However most cooks work with others who will switch shifts or cover for another cook in an emergency.

Work location:

Almost all institutional cafeteria workers work on premises. The specialized nature of kitchen work does not lend itself to off-site work or outsourcing.


Recommended Websites

  • Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook: Cooks ? This site gives prospective cooks and chefs a broad overview of the profession. Because it provides information for cooks at every level of expertise and in every kind of professional kitchen it’s a useful resource for visitors who want a brief summation of multiple food service options.
  • American Culinary Federation ? As the largest professional organization for chefs and cooks in the nation the ACF provides ongoing education and certification procedures for cooks in every line of kitchen work. The Partnerships tab has more information on other organizations and programs designed to help school and hospital cafeteria cooks create flavorful healthful menu options.
  • School Nutrition Association ? School cafeteria workers will find a wealth of resources for finding the latest government regulations on food services managing a school lunch program and teaching kids about nutrition. The Career tab gives insight into ongoing educational opportunities and professional development for school food service employees. The site is also an excellent source for news about legislative action that could affect school programs.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $33230 $26K – $44K 250 0.14%
AL Anniston – Oxford $17890 $16K – $22K 240 0.54%
AL Auburn – Opelika $19080 $16K – $24K 180 0.37%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $18910 $16K – $27K 1520 0.31%
AL Decatur $17760 $16K – $22K 340 0.64%
AL Dothan $18020 $16K – $23K 290 0.52%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $17970 $16K – $26K 240 0.46%
AL Gadsden $18070 $16K – $22K 90 0.26%
AL Huntsville $18800 $16K – $29K 570 0.28%
AL Mobile $19550 $16K – $30K 830 0.49%
AL Montgomery $18190 $16K – $24K 640 0.40%
AL Tuscaloosa $18840 $16K – $25K 520 0.58%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $20990 $16K – $32K 960 0.47%
AR Fort Smith $18330 $16K – $24K 950 0.84%
AR Hot Springs $19990 $16K – $31K 200 0.57%
AR Jonesboro $18290 $16K – $24K 380 0.77%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $20590 $16K – $29K 1810 0.54%
AR Pine Bluff $18160 $16K – $23K 210 0.60%
AZ Flagstaff $26320 $20K – $39K 270 0.48%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $21870 $17K – $29K 90 0.20%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $24130 $18K – $32K 3280 0.19%
AZ Prescott $22230 $17K – $34K 260 0.50%
AZ Tucson $23400 $17K – $35K 880 0.25%
AZ Yuma $21310 $17K – $28K 140 0.26%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $31280 $21K – $45K 490 0.18%
CA Chico $26980 $21K – $39K 200 0.30%
CA El Centro $33560 $19K – $45K 130 0.25%
CA Fresno $24340 $20K – $37K 560 0.18%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $42810 $19K – $45K 150 0.41%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $27800 $20K – $38K 5260 0.14%
CA Madera – Chowchilla $36490 $21K – $45K 80 0.21%
CA Merced $27570 $19K – $37K 250 0.41%
CA Modesto $24420 $18K – $34K 310 0.20%
CA Napa $29660 $22K – $44K 110 0.17%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $28750 $21K – $42K 1520 0.16%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $27170 $19K – $39K 840 0.29%
CA Redding $24190 $18K – $35K 250 0.42%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $26980 $19K – $45K 2040 0.18%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $28290 $21K – $42K 1170 0.14%
CA Salinas $36410 $24K – $46K 300 0.20%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $26070 $20K – $39K 2430 0.19%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $34380 $26K – $49K 1430 0.14%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $28750 $21K – $50K 1690 0.19%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $30480 $19K – $53K 180 0.18%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $27220 $19K – $41K 1550 0.11%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $29480 $20K – $45K 340 0.21%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $23790 $20K – $37K 300 0.36%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $32130 $22K – $49K 340 0.20%
CA Stockton $27110 $21K – $45K 320 0.16%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $29670 $20K – $49K 320 0.27%
CA Visalia – Porterville $28050 $18K – $37K 300 0.23%
CA Yuba City $25480 $18K – $38K 110 0.30%
CO Boulder $25930 $20K – $36K 510 0.32%
CO Colorado Springs $26490 $19K – $36K 640 0.26%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $26250 $19K – $38K 2110 0.17%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $22990 $18K – $35K 280 0.21%
CO Grand Junction $23620 $18K – $33K 150 0.25%
CO Greeley $25370 $20K – $34K 220 0.28%
CO Pueblo $22130 $18K – $31K 220 0.41%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $34920 $25K – $47K 620 0.15%
CT Danbury $34710 $26K – $44K 70 0.11%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $30720 $25K – $44K 1530 0.28%
CT New Haven $33590 $24K – $51K 690 0.26%
CT Norwich – New London $27880 $21K – $38K 660 0.51%
CT Waterbury $33590 $23K – $45K 140 0.22%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $28130 $20K – $39K 4000 0.17%
DE Dover $27410 $20K – $34K 560 0.95%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $28220 $21K – $37K 1680 0.52%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $26260 $20K – $32K 310 0.15%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $22380 $18K – $30K 160 0.22%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $23750 $18K – $33K 260 0.17%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $24950 $20K – $38K 1060 0.15%
FL Gainesville $22060 $17K – $31K 220 0.18%
FL Jacksonville $23080 $18K – $30K 950 0.16%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $18170 $16K – $23K 1330 0.70%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $25340 $18K – $37K 1710 0.17%
FL Naples – Marco Island $30630 $25K – $38K 220 0.19%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $26100 $20K – $35K 470 0.20%
FL Ocala $21110 $17K – $27K 190 0.22%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $24460 $19K – $32K 1070 0.11%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $22590 $19K – $30K 520 0.27%
FL Palm Coast $25290 $18K – $35K 30 0.19%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $21710 $17K – $29K 130 0.18%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $21150 $17K – $28K 330 0.22%
FL Port St. Lucie $24050 $18K – $33K 280 0.23%
FL Punta Gorda $25230 $20K – $32K 140 0.36%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $22670 $18K – $29K 180 0.39%
FL Tallahassee $20930 $17K – $30K 200 0.13%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $23400 $18K – $33K 2120 0.19%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $27500 $21K – $36K 680 0.13%
GA Albany $17760 $16K – $23K 280 0.47%
GA Athens – Clarke County $18480 $16K – $26K 350 0.45%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $19090 $16K – $28K 8260 0.37%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $19750 $16K – $30K 820 0.41%
GA Brunswick $20640 $16K – $30K 270 0.72%
GA Columbus $19460 $16K – $29K 870 0.79%
GA Dalton $18080 $16K – $26K 150 0.23%
GA Gainesville $21880 $16K – $31K 150 0.21%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $17880 $16K – $23K 110 0.66%
GA Macon $17890 $16K – $23K 580 0.62%
GA Rome $18490 $16K – $25K 130 0.37%
GA Savannah $20250 $16K – $28K 740 0.50%
GA Valdosta $17700 $16K – $23K 240 0.48%
GA Warner Robins $17460 $16K – $19K 340 0.61%
HI Honolulu $34740 $22K – $46K 900 0.21%
IA Ames $25610 $17K – $36K$17K – $30K 550 0.40%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $21580 $18K – $29K 600 0.34%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $23300 $18K – $33K 1030 0.32%
IA Dubuque $23320 $17K – $29K 190 0.33%
IA Iowa City $25940 $17K – $37K 350 0.41%
IA Sioux City $21480 $17K – $28K 310 0.45%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $23070 $18K – $33K 370 0.42%
ID Boise City – Nampa $21330 $17K – $29K 1150 0.44%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $22940 $20K – $30K 200 0.38%
ID Idaho Falls $18280 $16K – $24K 300 0.60%
ID Lewiston $22370 $18K – $30K 80 0.35%
ID Pocatello $17980 $16K – $24K 140 0.42%
IL Bloomington – Normal $26740 $20K – $36K 380 0.44%
IL Champaign – Urbana $25430 $18K – $39K 500 0.53%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $25100 $19K – $38K 6510 0.18%
IL Danville $19320 $18K – $38K 80 0.30%
IL Decatur $19670 $18K – $26K 130 0.27%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $19900 $18K – $33K 230 0.57%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $27440 $20K – $39K 620 0.17%
IL Peoria $21330 $18K – $29K 820 0.46%
IL Rockford $25080 $19K – $36K 290 0.21%
IL Springfield $21930 $18K – $35K 270 0.25%
IN Anderson $19450 $16K – $25K 180 0.48%
IN Bloomington $20890 $16K – $31K 390 0.53%
IN Columbus $20890 $16K – $27K 90 0.20%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $22160 $18K – $28K 270 0.25%
IN Evansville $19080 $16K – $27K 700 0.41%
IN Fort Wayne $22410 $17K – $29K 660 0.33%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $21860 $17K – $29K 1080 0.41%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $21280 $17K – $28K 2630 0.30%
IN Kokomo $20560 $16K – $28K 200 0.50%
IN Lafayette $22020 $17K – $29K 330 0.39%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $21040 $17K – $28K 130 0.32%
IN Muncie $21200 $17K – $29K 260 0.57%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $21820 $17K – $30K 360 0.29%
IN Terre Haute $21130 $17K – $33K 310 0.47%
KS Lawrence $21510 $17K – $29K 220 0.48%
KS Manhattan $22280 $17K – $30K 310 0.61%
KS Topeka $21980 $17K – $29K 540 0.51%
KS Wichita $21540 $17K – $28K 1050 0.37%
KY Bowling Green $22090 $19K – $26K 350 0.61%
KY Elizabethtown $22440 $19K – $30K 270 0.59%
KY Lexington – Fayette $24260 $19K – $36K 1350 0.55%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $23630 $18K – $30K 3020 0.51%
KY Owensboro $22550 $17K – $29K 320 0.64%
LA Alexandria $18540 $16K – $30K 230 0.37%
LA Baton Rouge $20380 $16K – $27K 790 0.22%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $28080 $20K – $53K 410 0.45%
LA Lafayette $18330 $16K – $24K 840 0.56%
LA Lake Charles $21160 $17K – $29K 250 0.29%
LA Monroe $18300 $16K – $27K 260 0.36%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $21110 $16K – $31K 1510 0.29%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $17860 $16K – $24K 1070 0.61%
MA Barnstable Town $31860 $20K – $46K 300 0.32%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $31340 $19K – $43K 5020 0.29%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $29570 $19K – $42K 260 0.29%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $30290 $25K – $46K 240 0.15%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $30690 $25K – $38K 210 0.27%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $30890 $22K – $38K 90 0.15%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $35520 $24K – $56K 180 0.39%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $30200 $24K – $38K 210 0.18%
MA New Bedford $31000 $22K – $45K 240 0.38%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $28500 $21K – $41K 230 0.23%
MA Pittsfield $28240 $20K – $39K 110 0.32%
MA Springfield $29020 $21K – $38K 800 0.28%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $29640 $26K – $40K 110 0.25%
MA Worcester $30290 $24K – $40K 650 0.27%
MD Baltimore – Towson $27560 $19K – $39K 2750 0.22%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $30470 $22K – $42K 820 0.15%
MD Cumberland $19560 $16K – $42K 210 0.57%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $24280 $18K – $41K 470 0.48%
MD Salisbury $29160 $19K – $44K 130 0.26%
ME Bangor $24010 $19K – $32K 230 0.37%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $26640 $21K – $33K 140 0.30%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $28680 $21K – $37K 350 0.18%
MI Ann Arbor $27570 $21K – $36K 440 0.23%
MI Battle Creek $22620 $19K – $38K 150 0.29%
MI Bay City $22650 $17K – $33K 120 0.36%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $25170 $18K – $35K 1590 0.23%
MI Flint $24390 $17K – $36K 460 0.36%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $25040 $20K – $36K 900 0.23%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $25030 $19K – $31K 190 0.19%
MI Jackson $25610 $17K – $33K 170 0.33%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $26020 $18K – $36K 420 0.32%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $22170 $17K – $33K 470 0.24%
MI Monroe $21110 $17K – $29K 270 0.73%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $25740 $19K – $31K 240 0.43%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $25750 $20K – $33K 290 0.52%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $22410 $17K – $29K 190 0.23%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $26490 $19K – $34K 2220 0.21%
MN Duluth $23700 $17K – $35K 560 0.45%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $25580 $19K – $31K 160 0.32%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $27940 $20K – $38K 4610 0.26%
MN Rochester $22320 $17K – $34K 230 0.23%
MN St. Cloud $27920 $21K – $38K 250 0.26%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $19470 $16K – $37K 230 0.53%
MO Columbia $21340 $16K – $34K 400 0.47%
MO Jefferson City $20020 $16K – $24K 370 0.52%
MO Joplin $18500 $16K – $24K 360 0.47%
MO Kansas City $22380 $17K – $32K 3580 0.37%
MO Springfield $19160 $16K – $26K 1030 0.55%
MO St. Joseph $18540 $16K – $25K 350 0.68%
MO St. Louis $21280 $17K – $30K 5440 0.43%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $21350 $16K – $29K 660 0.64%
MS Hattiesburg $19320 $16K – $29K 370 0.66%
MS Jackson $17860 $16K – $22K 1310 0.52%
MS Pascagoula $18550 $16K – $24K 210 0.40%
MT Billings $23560 $18K – $30K 200 0.24%
MT Great Falls $22920 $18K – $31K 140 0.40%
MT Missoula $22680 $17K – $32K 140 0.25%
NC Asheville $22360 $17K – $31K 480 0.28%
NC Burlington $23890 $20K – $36K 50 0.10%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $21480 $16K – $31K 1010 0.12%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $24640 $18K – $35K 470 0.17%
NC Fayetteville $20690 $16K – $38K 330 0.26%
NC Goldsboro $19670 $16K – $28K 150 0.39%
NC Greensboro – High Point $21660 $17K – $30K 560 0.16%
NC Greenville $21120 $17K – $26K 160 0.22%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $21970 $17K – $30K 320 0.22%
NC Jacksonville $19780 $16K – $30K 70 0.15%
NC Raleigh – Cary $22360 $16K – $34K 640 0.13%
NC Rocky Mount $18460 $16K – $26K 200 0.35%
NC Wilmington $22780 $18K – $29K 210 0.16%
NC Winston – Salem $22480 $17K – $29K 270 0.14%
ND Bismarck $26790 $20K – $35K 190 0.30%
ND Fargo $27130 $20K – $37K 310 0.25%
ND Grand Forks $26570 $20K – $35K 140 0.27%
NE Lincoln $23190 $17K – $30K 400 0.24%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $23710 $19K – $31K 1270 0.28%
NH Manchester $32170 $20K – $43K 150 0.15%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $28120 $23K – $38K 280 0.22%
NH Portsmouth $28700 $20K – $38K 80 0.15%
NH Rochester – Dover $28560 $23K – $38K 170 0.33%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $29060 $22K – $40K 180 0.13%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $23540 $17K – $38K 1170 0.24%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $30400 $23K – $43K 1510 0.16%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $27050 $21K – $41K 1760 0.18%
NJ Ocean City $25840 $17K – $39K 120 0.32%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $27790 $20K – $40K 360 0.17%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $24140 $17K – $43K 160 0.27%
NM Albuquerque $20550 $17K – $32K 1260 0.35%
NM Farmington $20350 $17K – $33K 290 0.58%
NM Las Cruces $21850 $17K – $29K 220 0.34%
NM Santa Fe $23030 $20K – $30K 200 0.34%
NV Carson City $27820 $18K – $37K 70 0.26%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $28880 $20K – $44K 660 0.08%
NV Reno – Sparks $27470 $20K – $38K 200 0.11%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $27900 $20K – $37K 800 0.19%
NY Binghamton $22830 $18K – $34K 260 0.25%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $27300 $18K – $43K 840 0.16%
NY Elmira $25190 $17K – $44K 70 0.18%
NY Glens Falls $24480 $17K – $39K 170 0.33%
NY Ithaca $30260 $22K – $44K 130 0.27%
NY Kingston $29280 $18K – $42K 140 0.25%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $31280 $19K – $46K 2100 0.17%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $31090 $22K – $47K 9220 0.18%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $30660 $22K – $45K 650 0.27%
NY Rochester $27100 $19K – $37K 1060 0.21%
NY Syracuse $26710 $19K – $38K 590 0.20%
NY Utica – Rome $24620 $18K – $39K 280 0.23%
OH Akron $24910 $18K – $31K 1190 0.38%
OH Canton – Massillon $21010 $17K – $29K 580 0.36%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $25180 $18K – $33K 3660 0.37%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $24190 $17K – $34K 2840 0.29%
OH Columbus $26900 $19K – $37K 2870 0.31%
OH Dayton $25800 $18K – $35K 1160 0.31%
OH Lima $25390 $18K – $34K 230 0.47%
OH Mansfield $24080 $17K – $32K 280 0.56%
OH Sandusky $22150 $17K – $33K 170 0.45%
OH Springfield $22800 $17K – $34K 260 0.54%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $19170 $17K – $27K 340 0.78%
OH Toledo $22490 $17K – $32K 1030 0.35%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $20010 $17K – $29K 850 0.39%
OK Lawton $20550 $16K – $30K 370 0.90%
OK Oklahoma City $19510 $16K – $27K 2540 0.43%
OK Tulsa $21200 $16K – $29K 1900 0.46%
OR Bend $26190 $19K – $39K 130 0.22%
OR Corvallis $22810 $19K – $32K 170 0.52%
OR Eugene – Springfield $24470 $19K – $34K 580 0.42%
OR Medford $24730 $19K – $35K 230 0.31%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $26450 $20K – $38K 2520 0.25%
OR Salem $23760 $19K – $35K 610 0.43%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $26700 $20K – $33K 1530 0.45%
PA Altoona $26100 $17K – $36K 180 0.32%
PA Erie $22240 $17K – $30K 570 0.44%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $25870 $18K – $37K 830 0.27%
PA Johnstown $21710 $17K – $32K 380 0.68%
PA Lancaster $25090 $20K – $34K 750 0.34%
PA Lebanon $25900 $19K – $37K 170 0.34%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $27300 $18K – $38K 5510 0.30%
PA Pittsburgh $23380 $17K – $31K 3840 0.34%
PA Reading $26690 $19K – $37K 600 0.36%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $24410 $18K – $31K 1000 0.40%
PA State College $26350 $19K – $41K 200 0.30%
PA Williamsport $24940 $17K – $33K 210 0.41%
PA York – Hanover $28290 $19K – $37K 600 0.34%
PR Aguadilla – Isabela – San Sebastian $17470 $16K – $19K 170 0.40%
PR Fajardo $17320 $16K – $19K 30 0.26%
PR Guayama $17530 $16K – $19K 70 0.54%
PR Mayaguez $17540 $16K – $19K 100 0.32%
PR Ponce $17610 $16K – $19K 110 0.21%
PR San German – Cabo Rojo $17570 $16K – $19K 80 0.45%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $17860 $16K – $22K 2810 0.38%
PR Yauco $17430 $16K – $19K 40 0.40%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $32580 $22K – $46K 1550 0.29%
SC Anderson $18550 $16K – $24K 280 0.48%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $20620 $16K – $28K 900 0.31%
SC Columbia $20870 $16K – $28K 1390 0.41%
SC Florence $18320 $16K – $27K 420 0.52%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $20670 $16K – $28K 1040 0.35%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $28670 $21K – $38K 580 0.52%
SC Spartanburg $20680 $17K – $27K 710 0.61%
SC Sumter $19680 $16K – $29K 160 0.47%
SD Rapid City $23200 $17K – $30K 210 0.36%
SD Sioux Falls $22200 $17K – $29K 680 0.49%
TN Chattanooga $19340 $16K – $29K 520 0.23%
TN Clarksville $22100 $17K – $30K 350 0.43%
TN Cleveland $18480 $16K – $25K 600 1.62%
TN Jackson $18580 $16K – $24K 380 0.65%
TN Johnson City $22830 $17K – $29K 390 0.50%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $19970 $16K – $28K 570 0.49%
TN Knoxville $20700 $16K – $26K 1710 0.52%
TN Memphis $20570 $16K – $29K 2830 0.48%
TN Morristown $18550 $16K – $26K 360 0.80%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $21440 $17K – $30K 2450 0.33%
TX Abilene $18320 $16K – $24K 260 0.41%
TX Amarillo $21250 $17K – $28K 450 0.41%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $22460 $17K – $30K 1770 0.22%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $18950 $16K – $29K 410 0.26%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $18530 $16K – $27K 710 0.56%
TX College Station – Bryan $18070 $16K – $22K 380 0.40%
TX Corpus Christi $18210 $16K – $29K 510 0.28%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $19640 $16K – $30K 4620 0.22%
TX El Paso $18560 $16K – $32K 620 0.22%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $19220 $16K – $29K 2080 0.24%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $19470 $16K – $29K 6560 0.25%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $20750 $16K – $31K 420 0.33%
TX Laredo $19230 $16K – $26K 550 0.61%
TX Longview $18530 $16K – $24K 400 0.41%
TX Lubbock $18980 $16K – $28K 310 0.25%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $20910 $16K – $29K 980 0.43%
TX Midland $20590 $17K – $25K 170 0.22%
TX Odessa $21260 $17K – $28K 110 0.16%
TX San Angelo $18730 $16K – $28K 160 0.35%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $23280 $17K – $33K 2550 0.30%
TX Sherman – Denison $18110 $16K – $23K 150 0.36%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $19300 $16K – $24K 220 0.41%
TX Tyler $18970 $16K – $28K 360 0.38%
TX Victoria $18750 $16K – $24K 260 0.53%
TX Waco $19110 $16K – $26K 250 0.25%
TX Wichita Falls $20000 $16K – $26K 150 0.27%
UT Logan $21880 $16K – $29K 250 0.51%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $21580 $17K – $30K 600 0.30%
UT Provo – Orem $19450 $16K – $29K 780 0.43%
UT Salt Lake City $22850 $17K – $30K 1340 0.22%
UT St. George $22480 $17K – $30K 250 0.52%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $21580 $17K – $29K 220 0.35%
VA Charlottesville $22030 $16K – $32K 170 0.18%
VA Danville $20890 $16K – $28K 100 0.26%
VA Harrisonburg $18970 $16K – $29K 190 0.32%
VA Lynchburg $21160 $16K – $30K 260 0.26%
VA Richmond $21910 $17K – $30K 1570 0.26%
VA Roanoke $21330 $17K – $30K 390 0.26%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $24240 $18K – $43K 1950 0.27%
VA Winchester $21870 $17K – $32K 170 0.33%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $26310 $21K – $36K 360 0.31%
WA Bellingham $25830 $21K – $35K 220 0.30%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $27200 $20K – $39K 290 0.37%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $25620 $20K – $34K 270 0.28%
WA Longview $27740 $21K – $38K 210 0.62%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $27340 $20K – $38K 170 0.40%
WA Olympia $27990 $21K – $37K 360 0.38%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $30820 $22K – $40K 3200 0.23%
WA Spokane $26460 $20K – $37K 730 0.37%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $29000 $22K – $40K 1120 0.44%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $24380 $20K – $37K 140 0.36%
WA Yakima $24020 $20K – $35K 270 0.33%
WI Appleton $26180 $19K – $31K 240 0.21%
WI Eau Claire $25720 $18K – $35K 270 0.34%
WI Fond du Lac $23420 $19K – $32K 140 0.34%
WI Green Bay $25740 $20K – $36K 360 0.21%
WI Janesville $23980 $17K – $30K 350 0.58%
WI La Crosse $25120 $19K – $30K 220 0.31%
WI Madison $25700 $20K – $35K 620 0.19%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $25190 $19K – $36K 1610 0.20%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $26210 $19K – $35K 150 0.17%
WI Racine $24690 $18K – $34K 160 0.21%
WI Sheboygan $25640 $17K – $36K 140 0.25%
WI Wausau $22440 $17K – $30K 150 0.24%
WV Charleston $20000 $16K – $27K 780 0.54%
WV Huntington – Ashland $20760 $17K – $28K 620 0.57%
WV Morgantown $22090 $17K – $30K 260 0.43%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $18540 $16K – $27K 390 0.57%
WV Wheeling $19320 $16K – $27K 360 0.56%
WY Casper $28260 $23K – $38K 140 0.34%
WY Cheyenne $23420 $20K – $34K 90 0.21%

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