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Educational Counselors


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What’s Needed:

  • Aspiring school and career counselors generally require master’s degrees to appear competitive to employers.
  • School counselors who work for private secondary schools may not be required to hold master’s degrees but they may need several years of experience as teachers or administrators.
  • From a practical perspective a Master’s Degree in School Counseling is required for all school counselors.
  • Career counselors must have a combination of internship experience practical training and a graduate-level degree in career development or general counseling.
  • Those who wish to earn positions as directors of counseling or career-advancement departments at major higher-education institutions generally need five to 10 years of on-the-job experience.

What you study:

Aspiring school and career counselors must study the following subjects:

  • Psychology
  • Communications
  • Education policy and pedagogy
  • Counseling
  • Career development


Video Overview

A quick look at what educational counselors do. Produced for the US Dept. of Labor.


A Day in the Life

Since you rarely meet with students before classes begin you’re not required to be among the first wave of office staff members to arrive at work.

As an aspiring counselor you were able to choose from any number of available careers. For a long time you couldn’t decide whether you wanted to be a school counselor who focused on the advancement of the students in your care or a career counselor who helped older students and adults discover the paths that they wished to pursue in life.

Eventually you were hired as a counselor at a nearby high school. Although most of your responsibilities concern the educational and emotional needs of the students there you do occasionally provide career-related input for students who express little interest in attending college. In this regard your job allows you to sample what both fields have to offer.

While serious disciplinary problems are rare at your high school you’re often tasked with picking up the slack for your institution’s busy principal on disciplinary matters.

Today you arrive at your high school by 7:30 a.m. and set up shop in your office. Since you rarely meet with students before classes begin you’re not required to be among the first wave of office staff members to arrive at work. However you often meet with students and parents after classes end for the day. As such you’re expected to remain at work until at least 4 or 5 p.m.

At around 8:30 a.m. you meet with a student who has been experiencing troubles at home and in school. You adopt a relaxed attitude and spend 30 minutes discussing the student’s concerns. Experience has taught you to ask open-ended questions and allow the student to reveal information indirectly through long-winded answers. If they say something that interests you you ask a targeted follow-up question.

You’re confident that your speech changed more than a few attitudes.

Over the course of the meeting the student "opens up" and reveals a great deal of personal information. While you don’t think that they are in danger of failing out of school or making any rash decisions that could affect their health or safety you schedule a follow-up appointment for two weeks in the future. If the student still seems to be struggling you’ll refer them to a licensed psychologist with whom the school works from time to time.

The rest of your morning is devoted to meeting with college-track students who are getting ready to send out their applications. You evaluate each of their "personal statement" essays and offer critiques on how to strengthen them. You also review their standardized-test scores and grades to ensure that they’re applying to institutions that are likely to accept them. Each meeting takes about 20 minutes.

As you’re about to break for lunch a cafeteria monitor brings a misbehaving student into your office. While serious disciplinary problems are rare at your high school you’re often tasked with picking up the slack for your institution’s busy principal. Accordingly you have stern discussions with wayward students several times per week.

In this particular case the student in question was observed harassing a fellow student in the cafeteria. You adopt a stern posture and subject the child to a lengthy lecture about the roles and responsibilities of young adults. As the conversation progresses it turns into a referendum on the student’s progress in school. You end by informing him that college admissions officers and employers tend to look down on unruly individuals.

You eat lunch at your desk and prepare for a substance-abuse talk that you’ll give to a group of sophomores this afternoon. Once you put the finishing touches on your speech you head to the school’s auditorium and greet the entire sophomore class. After making a few "icebreaker" jokes you launch into a discussion about peer pressure and substance abuse in the student body.

Without being overly informal you try to make the talk relevant by incorporating anecdotes from your own adolescence. Although you know that these students receive much of this information in health class it’s entirely appropriate to reinforce it. As you exit the auditorium you receive polite applause from the students. You’re confident that your speech changed more than a few attitudes.

After another round of consultations with college-bound students you pack up your office and head home at around 4 p.m. Since you’ll need to attend a career fair on the school’s campus tomorrow evening you appreciate today’s relatively early exit.


Certifications and Licensing

Career counselors may not require a formal license from their state of residence. However many universities and public-sector employers prefer to hire counselors who have passed a state licensing exam and accrued at least 3000 hours of practical experience. As such aspiring career counselors may have to work as interns for a year or more before becoming "full" career counselors. The National Board for Certified Counselors serves as the "gatekeeper" for state-specific licensing matters.

Virtually all school counselors must hold state-specific licenses. As part of the licensing process aspiring workers may be required to submit to a criminal background check and meet certain education requirements. The American School Counselor Association provides state-specific exam preparation resources and other pertinent information about the licensing process.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time and work location:

The vast majority of school and career counselors work on a full-time basis at public or private primary and secondary schools. Many career counselors are employed at higher-education institutions like two-year and four-year colleges. Others may hold occupations at trade schools. A small minority are employed by mental health facilities or rehabilitation centers for convicted criminals who must find a job after their release. All of these positions require counselors to be on-site for at least 40 hours per week. While most school counselors work during regular business hours many career counselors are expected to be available during the evenings.


Recommended Websites

The following websites contain helpful information and resources for aspiring educational guidance school and career counselors:

  • National Board for Certified Counselors — The National Board for Certified Counselors is a respected authority on licensing and certification standards for aspiring counselors. In addition to school counselors the organization also provides license preparation continuing education and professional development resources for mental health counselors. With separate sections for counseling students current counselors and academics the NBCC has career-related information for anyone in the counseling ecosystem.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics — This government agency’s career-related fact sheet contains pertinent information about salary expectations education and licensing requirements job duties and long-term job growth and economic projections. Although it doesn’t have a dedicated jobs board it contains plenty of external links that prospective applicants may find useful.
  • National Career Development Association — The National Career Development Association is a major trade organization that serves current and aspiring career counselors. It offers educational licensing and professional-development resources as well as state-specific information about continuing education programs. It also maintains a jobs board and a helpful primer on careers in this sub-field.
  • American School Counselor Association — This advocacy organization’s site offers helpful information about public policy as well as ethical and career development issues that relate to school counselors. It also contains information about education licensing requirements and jobs in the field. With a state-specific jobs board this site can direct aspiring school counselors to prospective employers with ease.


Salaries by City

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$27K – $75K
State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $65340 $46K – $90K 270 0.16%
AK Fairbanks $66890 $40K – $118K 120 0.33%
AL Anniston – Oxford $52320 $40K – $60K 50 0.10%
AL Auburn – Opelika $47230 $34K – $60K 210 0.44%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $54930 $34K – $75K 660 0.14%
AL Decatur $60240 $49K – $73K 70 0.13%
AL Dothan $57730 $42K – $75K 50 0.09%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $57430 $49K – $73K 70 0.14%
AL Gadsden $45910 $22K – $59K 70 0.20%
AL Huntsville $59910 $39K – $74K 230 0.11%
AL Mobile $45990 $33K – $61K 220 0.13%
AL Montgomery $46120 $27K – $61K 300 0.19%
AL Tuscaloosa $43250 $27K – $59K 290 0.33%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $53400 $32K – $88K 440 0.22%
AR Fort Smith $45240 $26K – $85K 240 0.22%
AR Hot Springs $65290 $40K – $84K 60 0.18%
AR Jonesboro $52110 $33K – $69K 80 0.16%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $59430 $32K – $75K 470 0.14%
AR Pine Bluff $46090 $31K – $72K 90 0.25%
AZ Flagstaff $39510 $32K – $54K 180 0.32%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $43440 $34K – $55K 60 0.13%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $45690 $29K – $84K 3050 0.18%
AZ Prescott $44000 $32K – $58K 60 0.12%
AZ Tucson $39350 $27K – $56K 690 0.20%
AZ Yuma $35250 $20K – $58K 120 0.21%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $68630 $37K – $93K 420 0.15%
CA Chico $54580 $34K – $95K 180 0.26%
CA El Centro $77370 $40K – $105K 90 0.17%
CA Fresno $48990 $33K – $104K 1300 0.41%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $70460 $36K – $92K 50 0.13%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $71230 $35K – $110K 9480 0.24%
CA Merced $68810 $32K – $99K 130 0.22%
CA Modesto $74790 $38K – $94K 220 0.14%
CA Napa $78100 $34K – $94K 40 0.06%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $59610 $34K – $93K 2210 0.23%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $55560 $28K – $92K 440 0.15%
CA Redding $47480 $32K – $106K 100 0.17%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $66410 $36K – $96K 1960 0.17%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $65570 $39K – $94K 1610 0.20%
CA Salinas $51660 $34K – $87K 290 0.18%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $52820 $31K – $90K 2880 0.23%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $52950 $36K – $88K 1890 0.19%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $66490 $35K – $96K 2170 0.24%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $59060 $38K – $98K 160 0.16%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $62430 $36K – $116K 1780 0.13%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $57710 $44K – $77K 480 0.29%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $50870 $35K – $83K 150 0.18%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $42850 $22K – $81K 430 0.25%
CA Stockton $60830 $35K – $93K 350 0.18%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $51370 $22K – $96K 230 0.19%
CA Visalia – Porterville $56180 $36K – $97K 160 0.12%
CA Yuba City $57510 $27K – $93K 80 0.23%
CO Boulder $49220 $30K – $71K 310 0.19%
CO Colorado Springs $45650 $32K – $65K 460 0.19%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $45660 $31K – $71K 2060 0.17%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $44170 $33K – $65K 240 0.18%
CO Greeley $44080 $34K – $60K 160 0.20%
CO Pueblo $43950 $18K – $71K 180 0.33%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $66180 $28K – $97K 730 0.18%
CT Danbury $66300 $45K – $90K 70 0.11%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $54520 $25K – $87K 1030 0.19%
CT New Haven $52880 $27K – $89K 830 0.30%
CT Norwich – New London $65420 $28K – $90K 170 0.13%
CT Waterbury $50640 $26K – $79K 230 0.36%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $62720 $33K – $107K 4520 0.19%
DE Dover $64800 $48K – $83K N/A N/A
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $57430 $34K – $89K 740 0.23%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $61640 $37K – $85K 230 0.11%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $38160 $31K – $73K 160 0.22%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $53100 $32K – $86K 280 0.19%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $49990 $35K – $86K 810 0.11%
FL Gainesville $47560 $31K – $68K 110 0.09%
FL Jacksonville $53100 $30K – $100K 780 0.13%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $47890 $31K – $73K 1280 0.13%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $53430 $40K – $71K 290 0.12%
FL Ocala $54130 $34K – $80K N/A N/A
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $54580 $36K – $84K 1160 0.11%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $54410 $29K – $83K 330 0.17%
FL Palm Coast $60790 $48K – $87K 40 0.22%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $58990 $34K – $90K 230 0.15%
FL Port St. Lucie $57370 $36K – $89K 210 0.18%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $46160 $31K – $59K 40 0.08%
FL Tallahassee $43470 $27K – $87K 260 0.16%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $50630 $33K – $82K 1740 0.15%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) N/A N/A – N/A 590 0.12%
GA Albany $52290 $33K – $73K 90 0.15%
GA Athens – Clarke County $55510 $37K – $75K 100 0.13%
0.16%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $57200 $33K – $74K 290 0.14%
GA Brunswick $65860 $34K – $81K 40 0.10%
GA Columbus $58650 $47K – $76K 160 0.15%
GA Dalton $54440 $30K – $73K 80 0.13%
GA Gainesville $63440 $44K – $76K 90 0.13%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $70780 $45K – $95K 30 0.21%
GA Macon $52720 $32K – $73K 130 0.14%
GA Rome $61300 $40K – $74K 40 0.12%
GA Savannah $52430 $35K – $74K 240 0.16%
GA Valdosta $53410 $35K – $70K 100 0.19%
GA Warner Robins $50810 $18K – $72K 70 0.13%
HI Honolulu $54910 $38K – $75K 1050 0.24%
IA Ames $45180 $32K – $60K 160 0.40%
IA Cedar Rapids $52220 $30K – $71K 260 0.19%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $42070 $26K – $74K 320 0.18%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $49760 $27K – $79K 430 0.13%
IA Dubuque $51990 $34K – $70K 70 0.12%
IA Iowa City $43580 $32K – $60K 150 0.17%
IA Sioux City $45320 $29K – $61K 130 0.18%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $38430 $30K – $63K 150 0.17%
ID Boise City – Nampa $45020 $27K – $75K 370 0.14%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $40870 $23K – $125K 60 0.11%
ID Idaho Falls $37140 $28K – $57K 50 0.11%
ID Pocatello $43440 $32K – $60K 70 0.21%
IL Bloomington – Normal $45980 $30K – $69K 190 0.22%
IL Champaign – Urbana $47250 $21K – $73K 200 0.21%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $58820 $29K – $108K 6610 0.18%
IL Danville $43410 $25K – $58K 60 0.21%
IL Decatur $54160 $31K – $77K 100 0.19%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $46130 $32K – $74K 50 0.14%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $59360 $32K – $109K 640 0.17%
IL Peoria $51770 $28K – $75K 210 0.12%
IL Rockford $62510 $36K – $89K 180 0.13%
IL Springfield $36800 $19K – $68K 190 0.18%
IN Anderson $41390 $29K – $67K 60 0.14%
IN Bloomington $51680 $40K – $80K 600 0.81%
IN Columbus $46240 $35K – $72K 40 0.08%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $54790 $39K – $74K 70 0.06%
IN Evansville $56010 $34K – $73K 190 0.11%
IN Fort Wayne $56570 $36K – $82K 230 0.12%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $48540 $23K – $74K 300 0.11%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $54080 $38K – $82K 1170 0.13%
IN Kokomo $45710 $34K – $72K 70 0.19%
IN Lafayette $57460 $29K – $76K N/A N/A
IN Michigan City – La Porte $38950 $28K – $60K 110 0.27%
IN Muncie $40720 $19K – $57K 100 0.22%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $51760 $33K – $72K 270 0.21%
IN Terre Haute $43960 $32K – $82K 90 0.14%
KS Lawrence $48610 $30K – $60K N/A N/A
KS Manhattan $45470 $31K – $77K 150 0.29%
KS Topeka $57020 $36K – $72K 170 0.16%
KS Wichita $49080 $32K – $66K 440 0.16%
KY Bowling Green $51270 $29K – $71K 120 0.21%
KY Elizabethtown $61710 $17K – $83K 130 0.29%
KY Lexington – Fayette $52720 $26K – $77K 280 0.12%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $62540 $33K – $90K 810 0.14%
KY Owensboro $58540 $41K – $76K 60 0.13%
LA Alexandria $53230 $37K – $77K 170 0.28%
LA Baton Rouge $55860 $39K – $74K 970 0.27%
LA Lafayette $52720 $31K – $71K 280 0.18%
LA Lake Charles $55940 $43K – $71K 200 0.22%
LA Monroe $52060 $35K – $71K 310 0.42%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $53530 $31K – $72K 630 0.12%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $55220 $40K – $72K 350 0.20%
MA Barnstable Town $58780 $30K – $77K 160 0.17%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $62640 $41K – $92K 2980 0.17%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $58780 $41K – $81K 230 0.26%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $59410 $45K – $80K 200 0.13%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $59560 $42K – $79K 110 0.14%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $64420 $40K – $86K 150 0.25%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $64420 $39K – $85K 110 0.25%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $71560 $44K – $91K 160 0.14%
MA New Bedford $46510 $33K – $79K 70 0.12%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $51860 $25K – $82K 230 0.23%
MA Pittsfield N/A N/A – N/A 100 0.30%
MA Springfield $63090 $40K – $82K 710 0.25%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $63100 $42K – $76K 50 0.11%
MA Worcester $57220 $29K – $77K 700 0.29%
MD Baltimore – Towson $56410 $24K – $91K 2780 0.22%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $62090 $28K – $107K 1400 0.25%
MD Cumberland $45140 $22K – $87K 70 0.20%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $49960 $23K – $68K 280 0.29%
MD Salisbury $52570 $38K – $75K 110 0.22%
ME Bangor $42680 $32K – $68K 200 0.31%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $42670 $31K – $60K 120 0.25%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $46140 $32K – $67K 340 0.18%
MI Ann Arbor $59610 $36K – $79K 360 0.19%
MI Bay City $47220 $28K – $98K 70 0.21%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $64960 $34K – $86K 720 0.10%
MI Flint $46700 $33K – $83K 250 0.20%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $57260 $33K – $87K 420 0.11%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $44620 $26K – $80K 140 0.13%
MI Jackson $43260 $32K – $61K 90 0.18%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $56820 $35K – $104K 160 0.12%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $52840 $35K – $75K 230 0.12%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $57060 $34K – $83K 80 0.14%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $44420 $28K – $71K 140 0.25%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $52790 $30K – $74K 80 0.10%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $53440 $24K – $90K 960 0.09%
MN Duluth $48220 $34K – $70K 300 0.24%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $45680 $36K – $60K N/A N/A
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $47560 $33K – $84K 2630 0.15%
MN Rochester $38990 $28K – $60K 90 0.09%
MN St. Cloud $55090 $37K – $85K 150 0.16%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $39880 $27K – $50K 180 0.42%
MO Columbia $44660 $25K – $72K N/A N/A
MO Jefferson City $42490 $31K – $52K 180 0.25%
MO Joplin $49520 $20K – $62K 140 0.18%
MO Kansas City $47820 $31K – $72K 2190 0.23%
MO Springfield $41280 $30K – $56K 380 0.21%
MO St. Joseph $41960 $29K – $56K 110 0.22%
MO St. Louis $46330 $28K – $78K 2900 0.23%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $48290 $35K – $69K 130 0.12%
MS Hattiesburg $19070 $16K – $57K 130 0.23%
MS Jackson $46840 $31K – $63K 360 0.14%
MS Pascagoula $57990 $45K – $73K 60 0.11%
MT Billings $41050 $23K – $69K 190 0.23%
MT Great Falls $38510 $27K – $90K 40 0.11%
NC Asheville $44710 $33K – $60K 230 0.14%
NC Burlington $44720 $34K – $66K 100 0.17%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $47430 $35K – $68K 1280 0.15%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $44680 $27K – $63K 400 0.15%
NC Fayetteville $42500 $32K – $59K 260 0.21%
NC Goldsboro $39030 $27K – $58K 130 0.35%
NC Greensboro – High Point $45410 $32K – $59K 490 0.14%
NC Greenville $45460 $34K – $58K 150 0.20%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $46520 $34K – $60K 200 0.14%
NC Jacksonville $51270 $36K – $64K 70 0.16%
NC Raleigh – Cary $46420 $32K – $72K 840 0.16%
NC Rocky Mount $49350 $34K – $61K 130 0.24%
NC Wilmington $47420 $37K – $60K 220 0.16%
NC Winston – Salem $40210 $18K – $57K 460 0.23%
ND Bismarck $51350 $35K – $74K 130 0.20%
ND Fargo $53050 $32K – $73K 240 0.19%
ND Grand Forks $49520 $33K – $75K 90 0.19%
NE Lincoln $54170 $31K – $74K 200 0.12%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $50500 $34K – $69K 710 0.16%
NH Manchester $44230 $32K – $70K 290 0.29%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $52010 $35K – $73K 230 0.18%
NH Portsmouth $57990 $44K – $75K 60 0.10%
NH Rochester – Dover $46260 $23K – $68K 170 0.31%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $73580 $51K – $97K 190 0.14%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $68740 $35K – $95K 880 0.18%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $69240 $47K – $94K 1240 0.13%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $65460 $40K – $98K 1390 0.15%
NJ Ocean City $60700 $41K – $91K 50 0.14%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $72690 $49K – $97K 290 0.13%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $61950 $48K – $88K 140 0.24%
NM Albuquerque $47570 $27K – $60K 620 0.17%
NM Farmington $49710 $24K – $69K 110 0.23%
NM Las Cruces $57140 $33K – $89K 220 0.34%
NM Santa Fe $53020 $34K – $83K 60 0.10%
NV Carson City $38570 $32K – $74K 40 0.16%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $59350 $37K – $75K 780 0.09%
NV Reno – Sparks $50610 $23K – $72K 350 0.18%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $56600 $38K – $84K 1070 0.25%
NY Binghamton $56570 $40K – $85K 240 0.23%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $49490 $30K – $82K 1090 0.20%
NY Glens Falls $56780 $42K – $82K 100 0.18%
NY Ithaca $44610 $30K – $74K 220 0.44%
NY Kingston $67470 $39K – $111K 150 0.27%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $69460 $31K – $116K 2310 0.19%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $65090 $32K – $107K 9240 0.18%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $68680 $41K – $101K 710 0.29%
NY Rochester $53520 $36K – $83K 1340 0.27%
NY Syracuse $59150 $33K – $92K 640 0.21%
NY Utica – Rome $54340 $35K – $90K 270 0.22%
OH Akron $76440 $36K – $93K 590 0.19%
OH Canton – Massillon $61850 260 0.16%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $53280 $28K – $82K 1310 0.13%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $60790 $34K – $89K 1580 0.16%
OH Columbus $60660 $34K – $94K 1660 0.18%
OH Dayton $59450 $38K – $84K 790 0.22%
OH Lima $65980 $43K – $93K 50 0.09%
OH Mansfield $63540 $39K – $74K 70 0.14%
OH Sandusky $71030 $49K – $92K 40 0.11%
OH Springfield $54730 $32K – $74K 110 0.24%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $45310 $27K – $63K 70 0.16%
OH Toledo $57220 $31K – $74K 530 0.18%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $59630 $33K – $80K 280 0.13%
OK Lawton $45780 $32K – $59K 120 0.29%
OK Oklahoma City $40710 $26K – $58K 1110 0.19%
OK Tulsa $47270 $25K – $81K 680 0.16%
OR Bend $65470 $39K – $75K 60 0.10%
OR Corvallis $46390 $36K – $60K 170 0.52%
OR Eugene – Springfield $47450 $30K – $75K 250 0.18%
OR Medford $58040 $32K – $86K 100 0.13%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $56590 $38K – $74K 1500 0.15%
OR Salem $50720 $33K – $68K 240 0.17%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $55540 $35K – $77K 560 0.17%
PA Altoona $42750 $27K – $56K 110 0.20%
PA Erie $47410 $32K – $60K 270 0.21%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $52990 $33K – $74K 500 0.16%
PA Johnstown $61450 $35K – $85K 130 0.23%
PA Lancaster $56790 $34K – $82K 360 0.16%
PA Lebanon $53920 $42K – $74K 70 0.14%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $50810 $28K – $86K 4240 0.23%
PA Pittsburgh $49840 $28K – $73K 1990 0.18%
PA Reading $58320 $40K – $89K 340 0.21%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $45240 $28K – $72K 540 0.22%
PA State College $49130 $41K – $69K 210 0.32%
PA Williamsport $56740 $34K – $75K 90 0.17%
PA York – Hanover $62030 $31K – $90K 480 0.27%
PR Aguadilla – Isabela – San Sebastian $35460 $29K – $42K 120 0.30%
PR Guayama $32670 $21K – $44K 40 0.32%
PR Mayaguez $35340 $23K – $40K 80 0.26%
PR Ponce $39120 $22K – $48K 140 0.26%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $32940 $21K – $44K 1140 0.15%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $57850 $27K – $89K 1170 0.22%
SC Anderson $50030 $33K – $71K 110 0.19%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $51430 $32K – $73K 450 0.15%
SC Columbia $46200 $32K – $71K 1030 0.30%
SC Florence $47310 $30K – $64K 210 0.26%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $63330 $36K – $113K 940 0.32%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $55790 $42K – $75K 130 0.12%
SC Spartanburg $53940 $32K – $75K 240 0.21%
SC Sumter $58730 $37K – $74K 110 0.33%
SD Rapid City $38890 $28K – $57K 100 0.16%
SD Sioux Falls $37310 $30K – $56K 170 0.13%
TN Chattanooga $56130 $35K – $77K 270 0.12%
TN Clarksville $47770 $30K – $67K 220 0.28%
TN Cleveland $44740 $24K – $58K 70 0.18%
TN Jackson $39190 $26K – $58K 140 0.24%
TN Johnson City $36050 $30K – $50K 180 0.23%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $46700 $33K – $72K 170 0.15%
TN Knoxville $44340 $30K – $60K 400 0.12%
TN Memphis $54100 $36K – $73K 990 0.17%
TN Morristown $43040 $32K – $58K 110 0.24%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $46000 $32K – $68K 1340 0.18%
TX Abilene $44100 $27K – $60K 200 0.32%
TX Amarillo $52960 $33K – $67K 220 0.20%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $47730 $31K – $67K 2100 0.26%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $53800 $36K – $71K 230 0.15%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $53920 $35K – $71K 430 0.35%
TX College Station – Bryan $42520 $32K – $59K 330 0.36%
TX Corpus Christi $59020 $40K – $85K 320 0.18%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $58550 $34K – $81K 3590 0.17%
TX El Paso $58010 $36K – $73K 620 0.22%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $56810 $34K – $74K 1830 0.21%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $55780 $36K – $75K 4490 0.17%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $54140 $28K – $71K 330 0.26%
TX Laredo N/A N/A – N/A 200 0.23%
TX Longview $52060 $20K – $70K 130 0.13%
TX Lubbock $43830 $25K – $65K 300 0.24%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $56950 $34K – $73K 860 0.38%
TX Midland $51310 $30K – $69K 90 0.11%
TX San Angelo $55000 $43K – $73K 70 0.17%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $61330 $38K – $81K 1760 0.20%
TX Sherman – Denison $52880 $33K – $68K 130 0.32%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $53720 $29K – $72K 100 0.18%
TX Tyler $50180 $29K – $63K 150 0.17%
TX Waco $48360 $33K – $63K 270 0.26%
TX Wichita Falls $53050 $40K – $66K 100 0.18%
UT Logan $42440 $31K – $61K 150 0.31%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $46960 $28K – $68K 300 0.15%
UT Provo – Orem $46950 $29K – $73K 670 0.38%
UT Salt Lake City $46760 $28K – $74K 850 0.14%
UT St. George $40820 $31K – $60K 70 0.15%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $49940 $31K – $68K 140 0.22%
VA Charlottesville $42930 $28K – $72K 280 0.29%
VA Danville $56490 $31K – $81K 90 0.25%
VA Harrisonburg $41400 $27K – $59K 140 0.25%
VA Lynchburg $47160 $35K – $70K 140 0.15%
VA Richmond $53640 $35K – $74K 940 0.16%
VA Roanoke $51580 $35K – $75K 250 0.17%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $54750 $33K – $85K 1340 0.19%
VA Winchester $51390 $30K – $77K 100 0.19%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $54690 $36K – $76K 220 0.19%
WA Bellingham $52880 $32K – $74K 200 0.26%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $59160 $38K – $76K 180 0.18%
WA Longview $49590 $39K – $71K 70 0.20%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $58670 $38K – $80K 90 0.21%
WA Olympia $60740 $42K – $87K 170 0.19%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $55230 $41K – $78K 1850 0.13%
WA Spokane $56990 $37K – $75K 450 0.23%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $58710 $38K – $77K 510 0.20%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $53520 $38K – $75K 80 0.21%
WA Yakima $58580 $43K – $77K 210 0.27%
WI Appleton $60240 $41K – $124K 110 0.09%
WI Eau Claire $49360 $34K – $62K 120 0.15%
WI Fond du Lac $53070 $32K – $74K 90 0.20%
WI Green Bay $55770 $39K – $82K 160 0.09%
WI Janesville $52620 $39K – $70K 100 0.16%
WI La Crosse $46250 $33K – $77K 80 0.12%
WI Madison $49890 $32K – $74K 390 0.12%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $50910 $33K – $85K 860 0.11%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $45290 $31K – $69K 80 0.09%
WI Racine $50820 $18K – $69K 110 0.15%
WI Sheboygan $60990 $32K – $89K 60 0.11%
WI Wausau $62450 $42K – $75K 70 0.10%
WV Charleston $43960 $22K – $69K 280 0.19%
WV Huntington – Ashland $50050 $28K – $71K 220 0.20%
WV Morgantown $37240 $24K – $57K 100 0.17%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $49690 $33K – $72K 100 0.15%
WV Wheeling $54640 $33K – $75K 70 0.10%
WY Cheyenne $65980 $51K – $77K 190 0.44%

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