Elementary and Secondary Education Administrators

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Elementary and Secondary Education Administrators


Education

What’s Needed:

  • Primary and secondary school administrators are generally required to obtain a master’s degree in an education-related field like education administration or public policy.
  • To prepare to receive a master’s degree applicants should enroll in a four-year bachelor’s degree program in education communications public relations or a teaching-specific subject like history or biology.
  • Administrators who wish to compete for higher-ranking positions or work as superintendents may also need to obtain degrees in accounting or finance.
  • Some highly qualified administrators even obtain MBAs in addition to their education-related master’s degrees.

It should also be noted that entry-level school administrators typically enroll in a rigorous district-specific orientation and on-the-job training program to ensure that they have the proper competencies. In addition virtually all school administrators have at least three years of prior teaching experience. Even if they have the appropriate degrees prospective administrators who lack such experience may not be considered for open positions.

What you study:

Aspiring elementary and secondary school administrators should complete coursework in the following subjects:

  • Communications
  • Education administration
  • Finance/accounting
  • Public policy
  • Counseling
  • Basic school subjects like math history and science


Video Overview

A quick synopsis of elementary and high school administration careers. Produced for the US Department of Labor.


A Day in the Life

You’re committed to… the professionalism and attention to detail that the kids in your charge deserve

You’ve worked hard to earn your current position as a middle school principal. While you one day aspire to become the principal of your district’s largest high school and eventually take over the reins as superintendent you realize that there’s a great deal of competition for those coveted job openings. As a result you’re committed to proving that you can handle your current responsibilities with the professionalism and attention to detail that the kids in your charge deserve.

On a typical day you’ll arrive at your school before 7 a.m. This gives you and the teachers who work under you a chance to prepare for the day without having to deal with rambunctious students. Although the school’s janitorial staff arrive before you you’re usually the first member of the office staff to arrive. You sit down at your desk and greet other members of the office team as they filter in.

You recognize that one of your duties as a school administrator involves disciplining kids who misbehave….You’re secretly pleased that he looks downright nervous about being in his current position.

You have a busy day ahead of you. For starters your school district is preparing for its annual state review. Accordingly the superintendent has asked you to compile a boatload of data that measures the performance of each of the teachers in your charge. You’ll also need to aggregate your students’ test data into an easy-to-understand presentation that you can give to your state’s auditors.

While several members of your support staff are helping you with this task it still seems daunting. You spend the first few hours of your day analyzing and aggregating data from your latest round of teacher evaluations. Ultimately you’ll produce a comprehensive chart that ranks your school’s teachers according to their in-class effectiveness. Later today you’ll wrap up your evaluations with two half-hour teacher-observation sessions.

As the school’s most recognizable staff member you like to maintain a benevolent public presence and ensure that you’re visible to students from time to time.

At around 10 a.m. you feel as if you’ve made enough progress on your report to walk away from your desk for a moment. Just as you’re about to walk out into the hallway to observe students as they change classes you’re accosted by a teacher’s aide with a disheveled-looking student. Hurriedly she explains that the student was caught defacing another student’s locker and needs to be disciplined. You gather some basic facts about the incident and mentally prepare yourself for what’s to come.

Although this type of interruption is not uncommon it’s always unwelcome. However you recognize that one of your duties as a school administrator involves disciplining kids who misbehave. Adopting a stern look you lead the student into your office and ask him to have a seat. You’re secretly pleased that he looks downright nervous about being in his current position.

For the next 15 minutes you get the student’s side of the story and calmly explain to him why his actions were inappropriate. Matter-of-factly you inform him that you’ll need to notify his parents about the incident. Until they can pick him up he’ll spend the rest of the day in a detention room adjacent to your school’s central office. Although you’ll need to consult with the teacher’s aide and his parents before making a final decision it’s likely that you’ll subject him to another day or two of in-school detention.

Once you’ve dismissed the student you quickly eat lunch at your desk and continue to update the report that you’ve been compiling. Since you’re also in charge of your school’s finances you’re now putting the finishing touches on a section that details the financial challenges that your school has faced over the past school year and argues for a small but measurable funding increase for the coming five-year period.

Once you’ve completed this section you make rounds in your office and ensure that each member of your support staff is on task. Next you head to your first teacher-observation session.

Although the teacher knows that you’re coming your presence is sure to make him nervous. Accordingly you sit all the way in the back of the room and make your presence as unobtrusive as possible. You mark his performance in several key pedagogical areas and file your preliminary report away in anticipation of the review meeting that you’ll conduct with him tomorrow. You repeat this process with the second teacher and return to your office.

As the students begin to leave for the day you stand outside in the hallway and wish them well. As the school’s most recognizable staff member you like to maintain a benevolent public presence and ensure that you’re visible to students from time to time. After returning to your office and making a few additional tweaks to your report you bid the remaining staff members goodnight and leave the building around 5 p.m.


Certifications and Licensing

Public school administrators must obtain a license from their state’s education department. While the requirements for these licenses may vary slightly from state to state they generally demand that applicants obtain a graduate-level education administration degree and pass a rigorous certification exam. Most states require licensed administrators to take periodic refresher courses and complete re-certification exams from time to time. It’s important to note that private school administrators are not subject to these requirements. However most private schools adhere to fairly rigorous hiring practices.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

The vast majority of elementary and secondary school administrators work in a full-time capacity at a centralized district office or individual school. Even smaller school districts generally maintain an on-site full-time principal at each school that they operate. In larger districts each school might have multiple administrators or maintain an entire layer of administrative bureaucracy. Likewise district offices tend to require multiple administrators.

Work location:

This is not a job that can be performed from home. In addition elementary and secondary school administrators may be expected to travel or give presentations at remote locations. They may also have to come to work early or stay late into the evening to tackle complex projects.


Recommended Websites

The following websites contain useful information for individuals who aspire to be elementary and secondary school administrators:

  • National Association of Secondary School Principals — This professional advocacy organization offers a wide range of resources for aspiring new and experienced secondary school administrators. The NASSP’s site provides a number of professional development resources and offers recognition awards certifications and other credentials to outstanding or innovative principals. Although it doesn’t contain a dedicated jobs board it does link to external sources that contain this information.
  • National Association of Elementary School Principals — Like the NASSP this organization offers professional development information and career-related resources for administrators at elementary and middle schools. The site sponsors informational conferences offers additional credentials and provides career information to aspiring school administrators as well.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics — The U.S. Labor Department’s fact sheet on elementary and secondary school administrators offers a comprehensive look into this career track. It contains information about salary ranges education requirements licensing obligations and job-growth metrics. While it doesn’t contain a dedicated jobs board it provides links to other professional organizations that do offer local job listings.
  • American Association of School Administrators — This trade organization is dedicated to the professional needs of school superintendents and principals. Like the principal-focused organizations it offers a range of professional development and continuing education resources as well as credentialing advice. Its "careers" section offers a clear-eyed look at out-year job growth and offers job listings that are location specific.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $98150 $78K – $117K 230 0.13%
AL Anniston – Oxford $70390 $57K – $89K 70 0.16%
AL Auburn – Opelika $87120 $61K – $111K 120 0.24%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $82990 $63K – $98K 630 0.13%
AL Decatur $74060 $63K – $97K 90 0.17%
AL Dothan $70210 $61K – $90K 90 0.15%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $75660 $54K – $93K 110 0.21%
AL Gadsden $79280 $51K – $93K 120 0.37%
AL Huntsville $81360 $62K – $111K 210 0.10%
AL Mobile $76950 $63K – $93K 270 0.16%
AL Montgomery $70190 $52K – $91K 200 0.13%
AL Tuscaloosa $75620 $51K – $96K 140 0.16%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $91020 $67K – $117K 360 0.17%
AR Fort Smith $81310 $62K – $99K 200 0.18%
AR Hot Springs $82250 $66K – $94K 80 0.23%
AR Jonesboro $72770 $58K – $92K 100 0.20%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $80750 $62K – $98K 550 0.17%
AR Pine Bluff $70680 $56K – $90K 60 0.18%
AZ Flagstaff $75080 $54K – $99K 80 0.14%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $67570 $51K – $89K 80 0.19%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $74950 $50K – $96K 2470 0.14%
AZ Prescott $61470 $40K – $86K 150 0.29%
AZ Tucson $74360 $49K – $94K 580 0.17%
AZ Yuma $74500 $61K – $97K 100 0.18%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $101950 $76K – $120K 490 0.18%
CA Chico $87580 $52K – $119K 140 0.20%
CA El Centro $108910 $88K – $138K 130 0.24%
CA Fresno $101790 $68K – $123K 800 0.25%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $103300 $76K – $132K 80 0.22%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $104840 $78K – $131K 5430 0.14%
CA Madera – Chowchilla $128800 $88K – $147K 150 0.39%
CA Merced $98880 $79K – $124K 160 0.27%
CA Modesto $104930 $74K – $120K 300 0.20%
CA Napa $115250 $84K – $149K 100 0.16%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $103600 $80K – $139K 1360 0.14%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $104270 $80K – $123K 480 0.17%
CA Redding $81320 $62K – $93K 80 0.15%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $104780 $78K – $122K 2110 0.18%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $96460 $61K – $128K 1310 0.16%
CA Salinas $100750 $65K – $120K 240 0.15%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $110190 $78K – $143K 1250 0.10%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $103960 $67K – $149K 1050 0.10%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $110430 $79K – $145K 1160 0.13%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $108100 $74K – $137K 130 0.13%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $114400 $81K – $145K 1390 0.10%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $102800 $70K – $121K 210 0.12%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $94040 $65K – $119K 130 0.16%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $104010 $63K – $122K 220 0.12%
CA Stockton $107600 $81K – $144K 420 0.22%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $90360 $67K – $118K 210 0.17%
CA Visalia – Porterville $104650 $82K – $131K 230 0.18%
CA Yuba City $107580 $73K – $140K 110 0.31%
CO Boulder $89100 $65K – $114K 250 0.16%
CO Colorado Springs $79910 $61K – $100K 600 0.25%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $84350 $60K – $111K 1940 0.16%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $85060 $61K – $112K 190 0.14%
CO Greeley $83480 $64K – $107K 180 0.23%
CO Pueblo $83710 $65K – $95K 130 0.25%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $132020 $93K – $167K 780 0.19%
CT Danbury $121420 $77K – $148K 120 0.18%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $117570 $79K – $145K 890 0.16%
CT New Haven $123340 $76K – $147K 430 0.16%
CT Norwich – New London $108780 $73K – $139K 190 0.15%
CT Waterbury $105040 $66K – $129K 180 0.28%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $103690 $65K – $141K 3710 0.16%
DE Dover $107220 $90K – $120K 230 0.39%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $108700 $81K – $136K 520 0.16%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $101790 $73K – $116K 130 0.06%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $83040 $65K – $110K 90 0.06%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $103860 $58K – $119K 360 0.05%
FL Gainesville $68260 $54K – $91K 100 0.08%
FL Jacksonville $87120 $66K – $113K 400 0.07%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $103550 $63K – $121K 600 0.06%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $99990 $72K – $117K 180 0.08%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $84880 $59K – $117K 540 0.05%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $84920 $68K – $108K 130 0.07%
FL Port St. Lucie N/A N/A – N/A 80 0.07%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $79800 $62K – $94K 40 0.08%
FL Tallahassee $88640 $51K – $115K 130 0.08%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $87020 $66K – $118K 660 0.06%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $99170 $61K – $150K 290 0.19%
GA Athens – Clarke County $86210 $64K – $112K 140 0.18%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $84900 $62K – $115K 4300 0.19%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $79500 $62K – $105K 380 0.19%
GA Brunswick $82750 $58K – $109K 90 0.23%
GA Columbus $85040 $65K – $113K 160 0.15%
GA Dalton $84690 $68K – $97K 90 0.14%
GA Gainesville $84170 $62K – $116K 140 0.20%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $81160 $51K – $111K 40 0.26%
GA Macon $77530 $63K – $115K 140 0.15%
GA Rome $91310 $66K – $115K 60 0.17%
GA Savannah $81660 $61K – $108K 160 0.11%
GA Valdosta $83770 $65K – $111K 90 0.19%
HI Honolulu $83650 $55K – $130K 740 0.17%
IA Ames $85110 $68K – $106K 30 0.07%
IA Cedar Rapids $84880 $56K – $114K 170 0.13%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $95250 $63K – $134K 290 0.16%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $89050 $61K – $117K 390 0.12%
IA Dubuque $84960 $58K – $111K 60 0.11%
IA Iowa City $77290 $55K – $113K 90 0.11%
IA Sioux City $79440 $57K – $109K 90 0.12%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $79610 $57K – $114K 110 0.12%
ID Boise City – Nampa $77950 $62K – $108K 380 0.15%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $59050 $50K – $96K 150 0.29%
ID Idaho Falls $71190 $60K – $90K 70 0.14%
ID Lewiston $89550 $66K – $157K 40 0.17%
ID Pocatello $75190 $62K – $93K 50 0.15%
IL Bloomington – Normal $86280 $61K – $125K 120 0.13%
IL Champaign – Urbana $70810 $46K – $112K 200 0.21%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $109010 $63K – $161K 9090 0.25%
IL Danville $73480 $59K – $114K 70 0.26%
IL Decatur $83970 $60K – $135K 180 0.36%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $99840 $65K – $137K 140 0.36%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $100400 $54K – $150K 1340 0.36%
IL Peoria $87890 $62K – $134K 400 0.22%
IL Rockford $83420 $61K – $113K 400 0.28%
IL Springfield $78600 $60K – $118K 180 0.17%
IN Anderson $82300 $56K – $145K 50 0.14%
IN Bloomington $72850 $37K – $95K 80 0.11%
IN Columbus $76940 $60K – $99K 50 0.11%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $86500 $68K – $109K 110 0.10%
IN Evansville $82710 $63K – $98K 220 0.13%
IN Fort Wayne $88370 $71K – $109K 430 0.22%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $85180 $62K – $107K 410 0.15%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $85010 $63K – $113K 1080 0.12%
IN Kokomo $74070 $63K – $92K 60 0.15%
IN Lafayette N/A N/A – N/A 80 0.10%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $85200 $62K – $99K 70 0.17%
IN Muncie $82950 $66K – $105K 70 0.15%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $79890 $57K – $103K 180 0.14%
IN Terre Haute $81810 $63K – $109K 100 0.15%
KS Lawrence $78000 $62K – $95K 60 0.13%
KS Manhattan $76120 $62K – $107K 90 0.17%
KS Topeka $78130 $63K – $96K 180 0.17%
KS Wichita $74800 $60K – $95K 430 0.15%
KY Bowling Green $83670 $66K – $96K 80 0.14%
KY Elizabethtown $82020 $61K – $103K 100 0.21%
KY Lexington – Fayette $87440 $61K – $113K 310 0.13%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $93130 $68K – $125K 950 0.16%
KY Owensboro $84690 $63K – $107K 90 0.19%
LA Alexandria $65110 $51K – $90K 210 0.33%
LA Baton Rouge $75610 $61K – $94K 690 0.19%
LA Lafayette $67720 $52K – $87K 170 0.11%
LA Monroe $78620 $53K – $102K 240 0.33%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $78370 $61K – $93K 300 0.17%
MA Barnstable Town $94520 $69K – $122K 190 0.20%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $102040 $68K – $138K 2570 0.15%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $84430 $38K – $114K 220 0.26%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $91560 $54K – $126K 390 0.25%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $84400 $62K – $116K 260 0.33%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $87050 $65K – $117K 150 0.26%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $92890 $78K – $131K 100 0.21%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $98980 $78K – $119K 280 0.24%
MA New Bedford $90220 $75K – $116K 140 0.21%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $95970 $73K – $120K 240 0.23%
MA Pittsfield $94610 $60K – $124K 70 0.20%
MA Springfield $89600 $61K – $120K 690 0.24%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $89050 $63K – $123K 60 0.13%
MA Worcester $97190 $66K – $125K 580 0.24%
MD Baltimore – Towson $97300 $67K – $135K 2670 0.21%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $115530 $74K – $147K 1350 0.24%
MD Cumberland $87290 $64K – $136K 90 0.24%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $86670 $56K – $115K 250 0.25%
MD Salisbury $87010 $70K – $101K 100 0.20%
ME Bangor $73920 $55K – $93K 100 0.15%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $80910 $45K – $95K 100 0.21%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $83020 $60K – $105K 330 0.17%
MI Ann Arbor $91450 $61K – $117K 260 0.13%
MI Battle Creek $85060 $61K – $106K 100 0.19%
MI Bay City $85360 $63K – $104K 80 0.23%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $91310 $52K – $120K 1010 0.15%
MI Flint $89030 $50K – $116K 280 0.22%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $87460 $61K – $116K 560 0.15%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $90610 $57K – $117K 180 0.18%
MI Jackson $82910 $49K – $95K 100 0.19%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $86580 $61K – $116K 220 0.17%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $86770 $62K – $114K 280 0.15%
MI Monroe $90220 $51K – $121K 80 0.21%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $85450 $63K – $114K 120 0.20%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $76940 $63K – $124K 90 0.16%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $86320 $46K – $113K 150 0.18%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $95400 $56K – $126K 1370 0.13%
MN Duluth $86220 $64K – $126K 150 0.13%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $97170 $74K – $116K 30 0.06%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $103530 $67K – $137K 1660 0.09%
MN Rochester $86790 $55K – $123K 90 0.08%
MN St. Cloud $93400 $77K – $116K 80 0.08%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $75010 $63K – $110K 60 0.14%
MO Columbia $72350 $50K – $98K 100 0.12%
MO Jefferson City $68440 $44K – $97K 80 0.11%
MO Joplin $76260 $63K – $102K 130 0.17%
MO Kansas City $89400 $67K – $124K 1540 0.16%
MO Springfield $74680 $52K – $105K 240 0.13%
MO St. Joseph $76010 $64K – $94K 130 0.25%
MO St. Louis $91890 $66K – $122K 2160 0.17%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $75240 $57K – $94K 150 0.15%
MS Hattiesburg $72530 $56K – $92K 120 0.21%
MS Jackson $69820 $52K – $93K 440 0.18%
MS Pascagoula $75420 $64K – $94K 120 0.23%
MT Billings $79520 $61K – $94K 100 0.13%
MT Great Falls $62010 $39K – $108K 40 0.12%
MT Missoula $80630 $38K – $99K 60 0.11%
NC Asheville $60860 $46K – $93K 330 0.19%
NC Burlington $57270 $45K – $79K 140 0.25%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $66890 $48K – $101K 1310 0.15%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $71970 $51K – $124K 370 0.13%
NC Fayetteville $54560 $39K – $75K 320 0.25%
NC Greensboro – High Point $69730 $51K – $106K 670 0.20%
NC Greenville $67980 $51K – $92K 140 0.20%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $60650 $44K – $80K 230 0.16%
NC Raleigh – Cary $74390 $50K – $107K 1130 0.22%
NC Rocky Mount $66510 $50K – $96K 140 0.24%
NC Wilmington $60860 $43K – $86K 280 0.21%
NC Winston – Salem $67860 $50K – $92K 410 0.20%
ND Bismarck $90920 $57K – $116K 70 0.10%
ND Fargo $97990 $72K – $120K 130 0.10%
ND Grand Forks $88640 $60K – $112K 60 0.12%
NE Lincoln $98780 $67K – $121K 100 0.06%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $85130 $63K – $113K 680 0.15%
NH Manchester $83110 $65K – $97K 130 0.13%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $85890 $66K – $111K 210 0.16%
NH Portsmouth $87940 $73K – $107K 60 0.11%
NH Rochester – Dover $79750 $61K – $95K 120 0.24%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $114630 $85K – $150K 310 0.23%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $111520 $85K – $147K 1180 0.24%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $119320 $87K – $157K 2200 0.23%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $131150 $93K – $179K 2120 0.22%
NJ Ocean City $117330 $88K – $158K 70 0.19%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $123560 $84K – $160K 430 0.20%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $106250 $72K – $145K 180 0.30%
NM Albuquerque $71070 $56K – $94K 510 0.14%
NM Farmington $73770 $62K – $98K 80 0.16%
NM Las Cruces $81190 $54K – $111K 150 0.23%
NM Santa Fe $66790 $51K – $92K 140 0.24%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $88420 $65K – $114K 990 0.12%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $100520 $65K – $133K 690 0.16%
NY Binghamton $94770 $73K – $124K 200 0.19%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $90840 $58K – $120K 800 0.15%
NY Elmira $91950 $62K – $132K 80 0.20%
NY Glens Falls $90100 $71K – $116K 110 0.21%
NY Ithaca $102150 $66K – $154K 70 0.14%
NY Kingston $109090 $80K – $142K 110 0.19%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $137860 $96K – $182K 2420 0.20%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $128490 $80K – $182K 10860 0.21%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $114830 $73K – $147K 540 0.22%
NY Rochester $99710 $71K – $137K 880 0.18%
NY Syracuse $92250 $69K – $125K 540 0.18%
NY Utica – Rome $86970 $66K – $117K 200 0.16%
OH Akron $80010 $63K – $96K 0.15%
OH Canton – Massillon $88660 $72K – $111K 260 0.16%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $85250 $59K – $111K 1520 0.15%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $81520 $55K – $106K 1600 0.16%
OH Columbus $90470 $67K – $117K 1200 0.13%
OH Dayton $90450 $65K – $116K 520 0.14%
OH Lima $76250 $50K – $95K 100 0.20%
OH Mansfield $73190 $47K – $93K 90 0.18%
OH Sandusky $84400 $62K – $106K 80 0.21%
OH Springfield $83110 $65K – $96K 130 0.28%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $70290 $54K – $86K 90 0.21%
OH Toledo $78860 $44K – $108K%3

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