Hairdressers and Cosmetologists

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Schools and Education

What’s Needed:

  • Every state requires hairdressers and cosmetologists to complete a certificate or higher program provided by a state-licensed cosmetology or barber school. These schools help graduates obtain a license.
  • Public and private vocational schools provide training in skin care hairstyling and other related services. Most of the programs take at least nine months to complete. Many of these schools provide an associate degree.

Most hairdressers and cosmetologists take advanced courses in hairstyling and related services to stay current on the latest trends. Those seeking to own a salon may also want to take sales and marketing courses however many cosmetology programs review business subjects.

Students can specialize in individual cosmetology fields such as esthetician or nail technician. Estheticians receive training in facial treatments skincare chemicals body wraps and body hair removal techniques. Nail technicians receive training in manicures pedicures nail color treatments artificial nails and nail diseases.

What you study:

  • Hair styling
  • Cutting hair
  • Hair coloring
  • Safety procedures
  • Makeup applications
  • Manicures and pedicures
  • Skincare treatments

What courses you’ll take

Below are examples of courses that you’ll likely take as a hairdressing student.

Course Studies Purpose
Cosmetology Science and Theory State rules and regulations; science of bacteria sterilization and sanitation as related to head face arms and hands; use of electricity and light; displaying a professional image; business skills as applied to cosmetology. Foundation knowledge for learning advanced cosmetology techniques and passing state licensing exams.
Haircutting Client safety cutting angles and elevations analysis of hair textures use of cutting tools disinfection and sanitation. More advanced topics include facial shapes head forms sculpting design decisions and advanced cutting techniques. Ready students to be able to cut different types of hairs faces and heads.
Shampoos / Rinses / Conditioners Science of hair and scalp hair and scalp disorders types of scalp treatments and shampoos proper massage techniques product types and chemistry. Teach students basics of cleaning and conditioning hair.
Hair Styling Use of rollers shaping pincurls finger waves braiding curling irons and pressing. Prepare students with techniques for styling hair.
Hair Coloring Theory of color chemistry hair and scalp analysis formulations of coloring products color problems and corrections bleaching and tinting procedures safety. Ready students to successfully and safely color their clients’ hair.
Facial/Esthetic Technology Anatomy physiology types of skin skin disorders use of equipment such as steamers and lamps hair removal. Provide foundation knowledge for facials and esthetic procedures.
Manicuring Common nail conditions nail techniques such as sculptured nails how to use instruments and equipment for manicures and pedicures product chemistry safety bacteriology and sanitation state rules and regulations. Teach students basics of giving manicures and pedicures.


Video Overview

Shows a quick overview of the hairdresser and stylist career. Created for the US Dept. of Labor.


Certifications and Licensing

Every state requires hairdressers and cosmetologists to have a license. Qualifications vary by state but generally to obtain a license candidates need a high school diploma and graduate from a state-licensed cosmetology or barber program.

Numerous states allow cosmetology training to be credited toward a barbering license and vice versa. A few states combine the two licenses. Although uncommon some states have reciprocity agreements allowing licensed cosmetologists and barbers to obtain a license in another state without having to acquire additional formal training.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time: Typically cosmetologists and hairdressers can work a small number of hours per week or as many hours as they choose. Some hairdressers and cosmetologists work about 40 hours per week. However about one-third of cosmetologists work part-time. A cosmetologist may have to work on the weekends and during the evenings.

Work location: Most hairdressers and cosmetologists work in beauty salons however they also work in hotels department stores cruise ships resorts and day spas. Many hairdressers and cosmetologists own a salon. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports about 48 percent of cosmetology workers are self-employed.


Recommended Websites

  • The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) the largest organizations for salon professionals provides education and learning forums. The PBA provides a range of educational opportunities for students and people in all segments of the beauty industry including salon/spa professionals manufacturers and distributors. The Professional Beauty Association also helps students learn how to work the their state licensing board. The PBA also provides webinars covering a variety of industry issues.
  • The American Association of Cosmetology Schools offers general information about membership and services as well as information on subjects affecting the cosmetology school industry. Website visitors can search for a school learn how to get started in the industry and also learn about grants and scholarships. The website also provides student and professional resources.
  • The National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology provides testing programs for those preparing for their licensing exam. Candidates can download testing programs in a variety of beauty industry fields.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook from the US Department of Labor is a helpful reference covering many topics for this career including more details about the workplace what’s needed to become a cosmetologist or hairdresser and what the job’s activities include.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $21820 $17K – $43K 260 0.15%
AK Fairbanks $40740 $19K – $47K N/A N/A
AL Anniston – Oxford $19770 $16K – $32K 100 0.22%
AL Auburn – Opelika $22150 $17K – $31K 90 0.18%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $18440 $16K – $30K 870 0.18%
AL Decatur $19720 $16K – $35K 110 0.20%
AL Dothan $18200 $16K – $32K 190 0.34%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $20070 $16K – $28K 150 0.29%
AL Gadsden $18170 $16K – $30K 70 0.22%
AL Huntsville $22350 $17K – $37K 530 0.26%
AL Mobile $23040 $17K – $51K 490 0.29%
AL Montgomery $23780 $17K – $43K 390 0.25%
AL Tuscaloosa $18670 $16K – $36K 180 0.20%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $24,960 $16K – $51K 370 0.18%
AR Fort Smith $19,960 $16K – $34K 180 0.16%
AR Hot Springs $18,950 $16K – $29K 70 0.18%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $31,780 $17K – $45K 600 0.18%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman N/A N/A – N/A 60 0.13%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $20,650 $17K – $38K 4,360 0.25%
AZ Prescott $20,790 $17K – $28K 90 0.18%
AZ Tucson $21,000 $17K – $46K 1,310 0.38%
AZ Yuma $18,860 $17K – $35K 70 0.12%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $19,220 $17K – $30K 210 0.08%
CA Fresno $20,990 $18K – $32K 190 0.06%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $24,230 $18K – $52K 5,650 0.15%
CA Merced $19,980 $18K – $49K 100 0.17%
CA Modesto $19,080 $17K – $34K 340 0.22%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $24,400 $20K – $51K 1,790 0.18%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $19,500 $18K – $35K 260 0.09%
CA Redding $23,020 $20K – $30K 90 0.16%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $19,100 $17K – $27K 2,810 0.24%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $22,610 $18K – $42K 1,490 0.18%
CA Salinas $22,880 $18K – $45K 210 0.13%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $23,180 $18K – $45K 2,420 0.19%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $30,360 $21K – $66K 1,600 0.16%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $21,590 $18K – $37K 1,470 0.16%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $31,090 $19K – $54K 120 0.12%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $24,550 $18K – $42K 2,030 0.14%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $22,770 $18K – $30K 170 0.10%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $23,640 $18K – $46K 260 0.31%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $22,620 $18K – $33K 450 0.26%
CA Stockton $25,310 $19K – $35K 170 0.09%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $22,400 $18K – $30K 190 0.16%
CA Yuba City $20,940 $18K – $24K 70 0.19%
CO Boulder $26,190 $18K – $42K 520 0.32%
CO Colorado Springs $23,310 $17K – $43K 700 0.29%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $23,710 $17K – $49K 3,590 0.29%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $21,180 $17K – $35K 440 0.33%
CO Grand Junction $22,060 $17K – $41K N/A N/A
CO Greeley $22,570 $17K – $30K 240 0.29%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $29,110 $19K – $48K 2,030 0.49%
CT Danbury $19,890 $18K – $33K 360 0.55%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $22,090 $18K – $54K 1,340 0.24%
CT New Haven $29,110 $19K – $48K 1,320 0.49%
CT Norwich – New London $23,990 $18K – $39K 480 0.37%
CT Waterbury $22,280 $18K – $37K 340 0.53%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $26,800 $17K – $56K 6,850 0.29%
DE Dover $25,000 $17K – $51K 240 0.41%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $23,750 $17K – $45K 1,280 0.40%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $23,950 $17K – $49K 800 0.39%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $20,290 $17K – $33K 300 0.40%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $21,060 $17K – $30K 360 0.24%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $23,560 $18K – $34K 1,790 0.25%
FL Gainesville $22,900 $18K – $41K 290 0.24%
FL Jacksonville $19,400 $17K – $52K 1,530 0.27%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $19,710 $17K – $46K 390 0.20%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $22,060 $17K – $40K 2,490 0.25%
FL Naples – Marco Island $23,180 $17K – $52K 510 0.44%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $27,060 $19K – $43K 1,000 0.42%
FL Ocala $19,760 $17K – $34K 360 0.40%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $21,870 $17K – $36K 3,640 0.36%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $22,440 $17K – $34K 850 0.44%
FL Palm Coast $23,380 $18K – $29K 140 0.76%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $21,790 $17K – $30K 300 0.43%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $21,200 $17K – $41K N/A N/A
FL Port St. Lucie $20,240 $17K – $32K 540 0.44%
FL Punta Gorda $19,340 $17K – $37K 150 0.39%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $21,420 $17K – $51K 150 0.34%
FL Tallahassee $20,660 $17K – $40K 460 0.29%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $19,400 $17K – $35K 3,510 0.31%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $26,750 $20K – $60K 2,220 0.44%
GA Albany $18,400 $16K – $27K 70 0.12%
GA Athens – Clarke County $24,640 $17K – $48K 200 0.26%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $19,410 $16K – $38K 6,510 0.29%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $19,230 $16K – $37K 310 0.15%
GA Brunswick $18,990 $16K – $54K 50 0.12%
GA Columbus $23,170 $17K – $36K 210 0.19%
GA Gainesville $20,990 $17K – $25K 160 0.23%
GA Macon $21,560 $17K – $25K N/A N/A
GA Rome $21,090 $16K – $30K 60 0.17%
GA Savannah $22,830 $17K – $45K 290 0.19%
GA Valdosta $18,620 $16K – $35K 80 0.16%
GA Warner Robins $21,430 $16K – $34K 100 0.17%
HI Honolulu $31,570 $21K – $57K 720 0.17%
IA Ames $21,810 $16K – $35K 110 0.27%
IA Cedar Rapids $22,130 $17K – $41K 330 0.24%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $19,390 $17K – $31K 510 0.28%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $24,620 $17K – $41K 910 0.28%
IA Dubuque $27,240 $17K – $39K 120 0.21%
IA Iowa City $20,740 $16K – $35K 240 0.28%
IA Sioux City $19,790 $16K – $30K 280 0.41%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $23,530 $17K – $38K 150 0.16%
ID Boise City – Nampa $18,980 $16K – $30K 760 0.29%
ID Coeur d’Alene, ID $20,420 $17K – $24K 140 0.28%
ID Idaho Falls $22,100 $18K – $34K N/A N/A
ID Lewiston $19,100 $16K – $28K 60 0.27%
ID Pocatello $18,400 $16K – $26K 70 0.20%
IL Bloomington – Normal $26,560 $18K – $37K 370 0.43%
IL Champaign – Urbana $22,330 $18K – $29K 210 0.22%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $25,950 $18K – $44K 12,530 0.34%
IL Decatur $21,180 $18K – $31K N/A N/A
IL Kankakee – Bradley $27,330 $18K – $37K 70 0.17%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $25,600 $18K – $41K 1,750 0.47%
IL Peoria $19,160 $18K – $28K 340 0.19%
IL Rockford $19,930 $18K – $25K 290 0.20%
IL Springfield $26,170 $19K – $56K 360 0.33%
IN Anderson $22,640 $16K – $43K 90 0.23%
IN Bloomington $22,940 $16K – $39K 190 0.26%
IN Columbus $21,520 $17K – $33K 90 0.20%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $22,220 $16K – $41K 270 0.25%
IN Evansville $19,330 $16K – $33K 410 0.24%
IN Fort Wayne $21,080 $16K – $34K 540 0.27%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $19,190 $16K – $41K 1,210 0.46%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $25,860 $17K – $53K 2,060 0.23%
IN Kokomo $18,710 $16K – $38K 100 0.26%
IN Lafayette $30,260 $17K – $47K 260 0.30%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $19,650 $16K – $38K 100 0.25%
IN Muncie $23,000 $20K – $34K 110 0.24%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $20,440 $16K – $39K 490 0.39%
KS Lawrence N/A N/A – N/A 160 0.34%
KS Manhattan $19,340 $16K – $30K 260 0.52%
KS Topeka $22,840 $16K – $48K 280 0.26%
KS Wichita $24,690 $17K – $38K 800 0.29%
KY Bowling Green $19,240 $16K – $35K 190 0.34%
KY Elizabethtown $20,080 $16K – $27K 170 0.36%
KY Lexington – Fayette $20,770 $16K – $49K 460 0.19%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $22,620 $17K – $51K 1,120 0.19%
KY Owensboro $18,180 $16K – $23K 100 0.20%
LA Alexandria $21,670 $17K – $34K 50 0.08%
LA Baton Rouge $21,050 $16K – $30K 790 0.22%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $20,370 $16K – $28K 110 0.12%
LA Lafayette $27,010 $17K – $41K 240 0.16%
LA Lake Charles $23,080 $17K – $31K 170 0.19%
LA Monroe $23,700 $17K – $35K 60 0.08%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $23,510 $17K – $39K 740 0.14%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $20,200 $16K – $30K 230 0.13%
MA Barnstable Town $32,340 $21K – $47K 410 0.43%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $27,600 $18K – $39K 5,810 0.34%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $34,940 $19K – $61K 410 0.48%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $27,790 $18K – $46K 450 0.29%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $21,150 $17K – $37K 450 0.58%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $19,330 $16K – $38K 260 0.44%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $24,880 $21K – $32K 90 0.19%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $28,520 $18K – $38K 490 0.42%
MA New Bedford $29,110 $19K – $57K 290 0.45%
MA Pittsfield $27,220 $18K – $40K 140 0.43%
MA Springfield $22,290 $18K – $40K 860 0.30%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $22,640 $18K – $31K 90 0.20%
MA Worcester $32,590 $18K – $55K 610 0.25%
MD Baltimore – Towson $22,700 $16K – $48K 5,520 0.44%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $28,150 $17K – $58K 2,040 0.36%
MD Cumberland $20,690 $16K – $30K 190 0.51%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $21,070 $16K – $44K 400 0.40%
MD Salisbury $26,930 $19K – $43K 230 0.46%
ME Bangor $23,200 $17K – $36K 140 0.22%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $25,810 $18K – $32K 120 0.25%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $23,750 $17K – $52K 560 0.29%
MI Ann Arbor $22,330 $17K – $41K 560 0.29%
MI Battle Creek $22,940 $17K – $41K 170 0.32%
MI Bay City $21,140 $17K – $33K 80 0.25%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $19,190 $16K – $40K 1,910 0.28%
MI Flint $18,720 $16K – $34K 340 0.27%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $19,980 $16K – $39K 1,330 0.34%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $19,980 $16K – $38K 440 0.43%
MI Jackson $19,060 $16K – $35K 170 0.32%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $20,640 $16K – $41K 280 0.22%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $19,260 $16K – $39K 470 0.24%
MI Monroe $20,040 $16K – $30K 90 0.23%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $18,840 $16K – $37K 180 0.31%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $25,270 $17K – $34K 190 0.33%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $18,140 $16K – $23K N/A N/A
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $19,640 $16K – $39K 5,270 0.49%
MN Duluth $23,110 $17K – $42K 470 0.38%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $22,160 $16K – $36K 200 0.41%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $23,810 $17K – $44K 7,610 0.44%
MN Rochester $23,550 $17K – $41K 320 0.32%
MN St. Cloud $18,790 $16K – $36K 360 0.38%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $24,550 $18K – $56K 50 0.12%
MO Columbia $25,050 $16K – $46K 360 0.42%
MO Jefferson City $20,670 $16K – $51K 110 0.16%
MO Joplin $21,460 $16K – $49K 180 0.24%
MO Kansas City $22,820 $17K – $34K 2,700 0.28%
MO Springfield $19,120 $16K – $29K 540 0.29%
MO St. Joseph $27,780 $17K – $42K N/A N/A
MO St. Louis $21,490 $16K – $35K 3,940 0.31%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $20,440 $16K – $43K 130 0.13%
MS Hattiesburg $21,480 $16K – $35K 100 0.18%
MS Jackson $26,940 $17K – $62K 210 0.09%
MS Pascagoula $29,310 $20K – $58K 60 0.12%
MT Billings $22,150 $17K – $50K 200 0.24%
MT Great Falls $21,960 $17K – $47K 80 0.22%
NC Asheville $18,950 $16K – $30K 390 0.23%
NC Burlington $21,700 $16K – $75K 90 0.17%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $19,910 $16K – $38K 2,030 0.24%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $21,000 $16K – $61K 570 0.21%
NC Fayetteville $18,750 $16K – $30K 310 0.24%
NC Goldsboro $18,910 $16K – $28K 110 0.29%
NC Greensboro – High Point $19,890 $16K – $43K 470 0.14%
NC Greenville $21,610 $16K – $30K 170 0.23%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton N/A N/A – N/A 150 0.10%
NC Jacksonville $18,430 $16K – $45K 150 0.34%
NC Raleigh – Cary $22,800 $17K – $64K 1,530 0.30%
NC Rocky Mount $21,080 $16K – $37K 100 0.18%
NC Wilmington $19,150 $16K – $36K 390 0.29%
NC Winston – Salem $27,610 $17K – $56K 440 0.22%
ND Bismarck $27,450 $17K – $63K 250 0.38%
ND Fargo $21,950 $17K – $39K 430 0.34%
ND Grand Forks $23,310 $17K – $46K 180 0.36%
NE Lincoln $19,150 $16K – $38K 520 0.32%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $22,620 $17K – $45K 1,330 0.29%
NH Manchester $23,580 $17K – $37K 330 0.33%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $22,730 $16K – $42K 750 0.58%
NH Portsmouth $18,740 $16K – $31K 190 0.34%
NH Rochester – Dover $23,240 $17K – $38K 280 0.52%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $21,810 $16K – $36K N/A N/A
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $23,360 $17K – $38K 2,610 0.53%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $28,700 $17K – $42K 5,120 0.53%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $28,460 $17K – $53K 2,840 0.30%
NJ Ocean City $23,470 $17K – $40K 270 0.72%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $23,640 $19K – $46K 860 0.40%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $20,720 $16K – $32K 360 0.61%
NM Albuquerque $21,950 $17K – $34K 760 0.21%
NM Las Cruces $27,650 $21K – $37K 100 0.15%
NM Santa Fe $23,380 $20K – $30K 170 0.29%
NV Carson City $27,350 $20K – $36K 80 0.30%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $19,430 $16K – $29K 2,160 0.26%
NV Reno – Sparks $18,370 $16K – $32K 420 0.22%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $21,780 $16K – $45K 1,000 0.24%
NY Binghamton $23,030 $18K – $44K 270 0.26%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $19,220 $16K – $31K 1,720 0.32%
NY Elmira $21,630 $16K – $31K 70 0.17%
NY Glens Falls $26,940 $17K – $37K 190 0.35%
NY Ithaca $22,220 $17K – $30K N/A N/A
NY Kingston $20,780 $17K – $31K 270 0.47%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $21,160 $16K – $37K 5,330 0.44%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $23,550 $17K – $45K 14,280 0.28%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $23,690 $17K – $36K 1,170 0.48%
NY Rochester $19,240 $16K – $39K 1,720 0.35%
NY Syracuse $22,280 $16K – $37K 830 0.28%
NY Utica – Rome $21,600 $16K – $30K 320 0.26%
OH Akron $19,910 $17K – $40K 1,630 0.52%
OH Canton – Massillon $20,310 $17K – $37K 890 0.55%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $20,830 $17K – $46K 3,970 0.40%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $23,260 $17K – $42K 4,880 0.49%
OH Columbus $22,260 $17K – $38K 3,130 0.34%
OH Dayton $18,680 $17K – $39K 1,380 0.38%
OH Lima $19,050 $17K – $26K 150 0.32%
OH Mansfield $21,220 $17K – $34K 360 0.72%
OH Sandusky $20,370 $17K – $31K 130 0.34%
OH Springfield $21,680 $17K – $29K 320 0.67%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $19,860 $17K – $37K 170 0.38%
OH Toledo $19,000 $17K – $39K 1,000 0.34%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $21,850 $17K – $30K 610 0.28%
OK Oklahoma City $21,090 $16K – $41K 1,050 0.18%
OK Tulsa $20,850 $16K – $34K 570 0.14%
OR Bend $22,670 $19K – $34K 170 0.29%
OR Corvallis $29,680 $19K – $45K 80 0.25%
OR Eugene – Springfield $25,770 $19K – $40K 270 0.20%
OR Medford $20,040 $19K – $34K 140 0.19%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $24,810 $19K – $50K 2,790 0.28%
OR Salem $28,270 $21K – $37K N/A N/A
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $21,850 $17K – $34K 1,730 0.51%
PA Altoona $21,570 $17K – $29K 310 0.54%
PA Erie $19,770 $16K – $31K 540 0.42%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $24,750 $18K – $40K 1,390 0.45%
PA Johnstown $19,630 $16K – $37K 250 0.45%
PA Lancaster $26,630 $18K – $45K 1,010 0.46%
PA Lebanon $19,900 $16K – $31K 150 0.31%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $24,050 $17K – $46K 7,270 0.40%
PA Pittsburgh $21,630 $17K – $32K 5,210 0.46%
PA Reading $24,520 $19K – $42K 710 0.43%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $22,710 $19K – $30K 1,190 0.48%
PA State College $23,340 $19K – $30K 230 0.35%
PA Williamsport $22,360 $17K – $33K 150 0.28%
PA York – Hanover $23,880 $17K – $52K 860 0.49%
PR Mayaguez $18,800 $16K – $23K 120 0.40%
PR Ponce $20,330 $16K – $24K 100 0.20%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $20,840 $16K – $28K 590 0.08%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $23,470 $17K – $50K 1,530 0.28%
SC Anderson $18,370 $16K – $42K 70 0.13%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $22,040 $16K – $46K 720 0.25%
SC Columbia $20,680 $16K – $29K 690 0.20%
SC Florence $18,310 $16K – $31K N/A N/A
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $18,790 $16K – $31K 580 0.19%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $18,450 $16K – $38K 200 0.18%
SC Spartanburg $20,380 $16K – $30K 140 0.12%
SC Sumter $19,200 $16K – $33K N/A N/A
SD Rapid City $25,960 $20K – $36K 240 0.40%
SD Sioux Falls $26,920 $21K – $36K 320 0.23%
TN Chattanooga $21,750 $16K – $36K 600 0.27%
TN Clarksville $22,580 $17K – $41K 130 0.17%
TN Jackson $20,150 $16K – $41K 40 0.08%
TN Johnson City $19,180 $16K – $38K 140 0.18%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $26,230 $17K – $39K 170 0.15%
TN Knoxville $21,510 $16K – $37K 870 0.27%
TN Memphis $23,770 $17K – $46K 1,640 0.28%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $22,420 $17K – $37K 1,750 0.23%
TX Abilene $18,320 $16K – $25K 160 0.26%
TX Amarillo $18,640 $16K – $46K 250 0.23%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $19,640 $16K – $35K 2,060 0.25%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $18,590 $16K – $52K 160 0.10%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $19,220 $16K – $33K 150 0.12%
TX College Station – Bryan $21,800 $17K – $42K 220 0.23%
TX Corpus Christi $21,930 $17K – $52K 190 0.10%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $21,640 $16K – $47K 5,530 0.26%
TX El Paso $18,870 $16K – $32K 460 0.17%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $19,950 $16K – $43K 2,270 0.26%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $25,420 $17K – $52K 6,470 0.25%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $19,640 $16K – $38K 300 0.24%
TX Laredo $18,710 $16K – $29K 120 0.13%
TX Longview $22,990 $17K – $36K 250 0.26%
TX Lubbock $19,790 $16K – $29K 480 0.38%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $19,630 $16K – $32K 320 0.14%
TX Midland $18,560 $16K – $32K 80 0.10%
TX Odessa $20,630 $16K – $30K 120 0.17%
TX San Angelo $18,210 $16K – $31K 150 0.34%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $20,240 $16K – $46K 2,480 0.29%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $20,460 $16K – $56K 110 0.20%
TX Tyler $20,730 $16K – $62K N/A N/A
TX Victoria $21,100 $16K – $49K 90 0.18%
TX Waco $19,720 $16K – $40K 260 0.26%
TX Wichita Falls $19,380 $16K – $37K 180 0.32%
UT Logan $25,320 $17K – $38K 150 0.30%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $19,050 $16K – $30K 460 0.23%
UT Provo – Orem $24,600 $17K – $44K 380 0.21%
UT Salt Lake City $28,750 $17K – $47K 1,720 0.28%
UT St. George $22,050 $17K – $46K 100 0.22%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $22,690 $17K – $46K 130 0.21%
VA Charlottesville $23,350 $17K – $44K 450 0.46%
VA Danville $18,910 $16K – $34K N/A N/A
VA Harrisonburg $19,370 $16K – $38K 120 0.21%
VA Lynchburg $19,450 $16K – $35K 290 0.30%
VA Richmond $25,750 $17K – $58K 2,280 0.38%
VA Roanoke $19,680 $16K – $36K 450 0.30%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $19,580 $16K – $39K 3,000 0.42%
VA Winchester $20,970 $16K – $60K 120 0.22%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $28,350 $19K – $74K 300 0.26%
WA Bellingham $27,130 $19K – $58K N/A N/A
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $31,690 $19K – $56K 300 0.39%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $22,830 $19K – $36K 450 0.47%
WA Longview $22,280 $19K – $58K 240 0.72%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $23,220 $19K – $40K 180 0.43%
WA Olympia $23,490 $19K – $34K 370 0.40%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $29,770 $20K – $64K 5,500 0.39%
WA Spokane $23,130 $19K – $47K 370 0.19%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $25,590 $19K – $47K 800 0.31%
WA Yakima $30,470 $19K – $57K N/A N/A
WI Appleton $21,760 $16K – $44K 570 0.50%
WI Eau Claire $22,440 $18K – $32K 370 0.48%
WI Fond du Lac $19,030 $16K – $32K 240 0.55%
WI Green Bay $22,850 $17K – $36K 550 0.33%
WI Janesville $19,180 $16K – $32K 320 0.52%
WI La Crosse $21,350 $16K – $34K 280 0.39%
WI Madison $23,020 $17K – $42K 940 0.28%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $21,600 $16K – $43K 2,920 0.36%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $24,640 $17K – $31K 340 0.39%
WI Racine $19,780 $16K – $44K 390 0.53%
WI Sheboygan $23,100 $17K – $41K 350 0.63%
WI Wausau $20,460 $16K – $32K 200 0.31%
WV Charleston $18,440 $16K – $42K 400 0.28%
WV Huntington – Ashland $18,810 $16K – $36K 140 0.13%
WV Morgantown $23,690 $16K – $42K 110 0.18%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $18,400 $16K – $28K 180 0.26%
WV Wheeling $19,850 $16K – $39K 250 0.39%
WY Casper $21,670 $16K – $37K 100 0.24%
WY Cheyenne $25,030 $17K – $35K N/A N/A

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