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Home Health Aides


Training and Education

What’s Needed: Home health aides typically have a high school diploma or its equivalent. Additional training such as certificates associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees in health-related fields are welcome but not necessary. Working through an agency usually requires training under a nurse’s or doctor’s supervision.

What you study:

Health science and psychology courses at any educational level are an asset. For those planning to attend nursing school the following coursework is recommended:

  • Human anatomy and physiology
  • Psychology
  • Nutrition
  • Nursing


Video Overview

A short intro of what home health aides do in their daily work. Produced for the US Dept of Labor.


A Day in the Life

Your day begins with a workout; as a home health aide you must keep yourself strong and mobile to help those who have limited mobility. Depending on where you live and whether you work for a state agency you’ll want to eat a nutritious breakfast too. In some states sharing the patients’ meals is prohibited and you may not get a chance to eat until later in the day or between visits.

You must keep yourself strong and mobile to help those with limited mobility.

Your first visit of the day isn’t with a patient but with his daughter. Her elderly father is recuperating from a fall and mornings alone are difficult for him. Although he’s physically limited he doesn’t need significant care beyond assistance and companionship. After meeting him and his daughter you’re pleased to accept the position. Your roles will include preparing breakfast offering assistance in moving around the house taking short walks and seeing that he takes his medications. Your work in this home fits well with your scheduled hours in other households.

After waving goodbye to your newest charge you’re off to your next home visit. Your next patient’s needs are somewhat more challenging; she has significantly limited mobility and moderate Alzheimer’s disease. Some days are clearer than others for her but today seems like a good one as she greets you by name. You and she chat as you put away the groceries you’ve brought and prepare lunch. She enjoys having her hair washed and brushed so you’ve planned that for after lunch and a nap.

Most of your time is spent in one home but that can change in a month or two.

Depending on where you live you might prepare your client’s medications or you may remind her to take them. Some states regulate whether home health aides can give medications without a nurse present. If you work for a state agency you’ll be apprised of these rules as part of your orientation.

Most of your day is spent in one home but that may change in a month or two. Your current schedule changes as people recuperate or move to assisted-living facilities. For now though you’re with your charge until evening. If you work for an agency you may stop by the office after your shift to deliver notes or charts. If you work in a team with another aide you’ll discuss your patient’s care. Continuity is vital for home care and coordinating with other aides and nurses ensures it.


Certifications and Licensing

Certified home health aides must complete a training course and pass an examination. Many choose to become certified for care concentrations by learning how to design and prepare specialized diets or care for adolescents with special needs. While certification is not necessary in all states most agencies that work with Medicaid and Medicare to provide care require it.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

Working as a home health aide is typically low-key. Unless an emergency occurs the pace of an average day is leisurely. Aides often have time to read or watch television; it’s often a pleasantly social occupation. For those who enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of working in a household instead of an office home health care is an excellent option.

Aides must be available for their charges so it isn’t a job that permits late arrivals or long lunches. Aides who work through an agency generally work full-time but some agencies arrange part-time work for those who are still in school. For private caregivers daily and weekly hours are more flexible.


Recommended Websites

  • Bureau of Labor and Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook — For an overview of what home health aides do and a glimpse at the future of the profession the Occupational Outlook Handbook is a good place to start. Topics addressed on the site include a profession description a look at the work environment and links to similar careers.
  • National Association for Home Care and Hospice ? As the largest professional organization for home health care aides the NAHC provides caregivers with ongoing educational opportunities news of health care legislation and links to state associations. This website is an excellent first stop for prospective home health aides and for those currently working in the field.
  • Private Duty Homecare Association ? This site is affiliated with the NAHC and provides an in-depth view of private home care services that are outside the scope of Medicare. An increasing number of home health aides now work for private agencies and this site is a good source of information about this option. NAHC members may join this organization with no additional fees. Visit the site’s Education section to attend professional workshops and conferences.
  • American Health Care Association ? The focus of this site is long-term care and that includes home health care. The extensive site’s news and research sections are particularly interesting to home health aides and home nurses. Check the AHCA calendar of events to find conferences and webinars geared to helping home health workers deliver excellent care.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage N/A N/A – N/A 1270 0.73%
AK Fairbanks $23560 $20K – $36K N/A N/A
AL Anniston – Oxford $18210 $16K – $23K 280 0.64%
AL Auburn – Opelika $18610 $16K – $24K 70 0.13%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $18210 $16K – $23K 2080 0.43%
AL Decatur $18840 $16K – $25K 350 0.67%
AL Dothan $19620 $16K – $24K 250 0.44%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $24290 $16K – $29K N/A N/A
AL Gadsden $18220 $16K – $23K 300 0.89%
AL Huntsville $18460 $16K – $26K 570 0.28%
AL Mobile $19740 $16K – $30K 600 0.35%
AL Montgomery $18900 $16K – $26K 580 0.37%
AL Tuscaloosa $23300 $17K – $32K 670 0.75%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $18550 $16K – $27K 440 0.22%
AR Fort Smith $19480 $16K – $26K 550 0.49%
AR Hot Springs $20390 $16K – $24K N/A N/A
AR Jonesboro $19000 $16K – $23K 160 0.33%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $19350 $16K – $24K 2110 0.63%
AR Pine Bluff $17820 $16K – $23K 660 1.91%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $19580 $17K – $26K 180 0.42%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $22080 $17K – $29K 11530 0.67%
AZ Prescott $21670 $17K – $25K 440 0.83%
AZ Tucson $21100 $17K – $26K 4410 1.27%
AZ Yuma $17970 $16K – $23K 230 0.42%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $19330 $17K – $27K 1130 0.41%
CA Chico $18780 $17K – $23K 610 0.91%
CA El Centro $18940 $18K – $24K N/A N/A
CA Fresno $21940 $18K – $44K 1330 0.42%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $18500 $17K – $23K 70 0.18%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $21040 $18K – $36K 14020 0.36%
CA Merced $20420 $17K – $25K 110 0.18%
CA Modesto $19570 $18K – $29K 580 0.38%
CA Napa $24920 $20K – $41K 400 0.64%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $27330 $19K – $39K 4700 0.48%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $25360 $19K – $38K 1100 0.38%
CA Redding $21800 $18K – $28K 630 1.08%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $20080 $18K – $35K 5280 0.46%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $21750 $18K – $34K 1760 0.21%
CA Salinas $22620 $19K – $29K 520 0.33%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $22690 $18K – $31K 4370 0.35%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $24710 $19K – $33K 3470 0.35%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $21920 $18K – $30K 2420 0.27%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $21210 $18K – $29K 460 0.46%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $21010 $18K – $30K 5590 0.40%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $20850 $18K – $31K 620 0.37%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $25590 $18K – $32K 490 0.59%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $22480 $20K – $32K 820 0.47%
CA Stockton $21360 $18K – $30K 1300 0.67%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $19340 $17K – $28K 680 0.56%
CA Visalia – Porterville $18830 $17K – $24K 640 0.49%
CA Yuba City $18380 $17K – $20K 130 0.35%
CO Boulder $28730 $22K – $37K 590 0.37%
CO Colorado Springs $24650 $20K – $30K 1140 0.47%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $21900 $17K – $32K 8210 0.67%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $24110 $18K – $30K 930 0.70%
CO Grand Junction $19020 $17K – $24K 520 0.90%
CO Greeley $22200 $19K – $28K 340 0.43%
CO Pueblo $18200 $16K – $24K 970 1.79%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $26320 $19K – $44K 1610 0.39%
CT Danbury $27440 $19K – $36K 220 0.33%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $29490 $19K – $38K 2870 0.52%
CT New Haven $26120 $21K – $33K 1620 0.60%
CT Norwich – New London $26400 $18K – $36K 500 0.39%
CT Waterbury $28470 $22K – $54K 610 0.97%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $22410 $18K – $31K 7200 0.31%
DE Dover $22080 $18K – $29K 550 0.95%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $23530 $20K – $30K 1490 0.46%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $23720 $19K – $30K N/A N/A
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $21680 $17K – $28K 220 0.29%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $20260 $17K – $36K 1510 1.00%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $19480 $17K – $25K N/A N/A
FL Gainesville $21570 $17K – $29K 270 0.23%
FL Jacksonville $20730 $17K – $24K 2020 0.35%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $21150 $17K – $28K 720 0.38%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $20340 $17K – $26K 3510 0.35%
FL Naples – Marco Island $24050 $20K – $30K 560 0.49%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $23110 $18K – $30K 1140 0.48%
FL Ocala $18880 $17K – $24K 740 0.83%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $22250 $17K – $35K 2450 0.24%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $19290 $17K – $24K 1010 0.53%
FL Palm Coast $18070 $16K – $23K 130 0.68%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $22150 $19K – $26K 160 0.23%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $20400 $17K – $24K 1190 0.79%
FL Port St. Lucie $21600 $17K – $30K 780 0.64%
FL Punta Gorda $22660 $17K – $36K 230 0.59%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $21230 $17K – $27K 400 0.90%
FL Tallahassee $19600 $17K – $24K 620 0.40%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $20880 $17K – $28K 4340 0.39%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $21050 $17K – $33K 2000 0.39%
GA Albany $18050 $16K – $24K 670 1.13%
GA Athens – Clarke County $20090 $16K – $26K 80 0.10%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $19950 $16K – $27K 3810 0.17%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $19590 $16K – $23K 1060 0.53%
GA Brunswick $20170 $16K – $35K 30 0.08%
GA Columbus $20780 $16K – $25K N/A N/A
GA Dalton $29610 $21K – $37K 40 0.06%
GA Gainesville $20710 $16K – $29K N/A N/A
GA Macon $17890 $16K – $22K 290 0.30%
GA Rome $17650 $16K – $21K 300 0.84%
GA Savannah $19380 $16K – $23K 280 0.10 0.38%
HI Honolulu $21690 $16K – $30K N/A N/A
IA Ames $26090 $20K – $44K N/A N/A
IA Cedar Rapids $22400 $18K – $37K 740 0.54%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $22810 $19K – $30K 390 0.22%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $22470 $19K – $28K 1070 0.33%
IA Dubuque $21990 $18K – $27K 230 0.41%
IA Iowa City $20840 $17K – $26K 510 0.60%
IA Sioux City $22100 $20K – $25K 380 0.55%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $22130 $18K – $28K 500 0.56%
ID Boise City – Nampa $20600 $16K – $28K 980 0.37%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $18810 $16K – $27K N/A N/A
ID Idaho Falls $19160 $16K – $24K 460 0.94%
ID Lewiston $22470 $19K – $28K 200 0.87%
IL Bloomington – Normal $20450 $18K – $29K 240 0.27%
IL Champaign – Urbana $22050 $19K – $28K 240 0.25%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $22160 $19K – $29K 30940 0.85%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $21590 $18K – $27K 370 0.93%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $23520 $19K – $34K 1060 0.29%
IL Peoria $22720 $18K – $30K 600 0.34%
IL Rockford $21760 $18K – $39K 640 0.46%
IL Springfield $19710 $18K – $30K 160 0.15%
IN Anderson $22040 $20K – $25K 300 0.78%
IN Bloomington $19510 $16K – $27K 180 0.24%
IN Columbus $21170 $17K – $29K 190 0.41%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $22820 $19K – $33K 140 0.13%
IN Evansville $19340 $16K – $27K 300 0.18%
IN Fort Wayne $20270 $16K – $24K 1460 0.73%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $22090 $17K – $34K 1410 0.53%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $21880 $17K – $30K 4740 0.53%
IN Lafayette $19440 $16K – $28K 300 0.35%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $19650 $16K – $25K 1050 0.84%
IN Terre Haute $20000 $16K – $24K 220 0.34%
KS Lawrence $21520 $18K – $27K 80 0.17%
KS Topeka $18810 $16K – $24K 850 0.80%
KS Wichita $21190 $17K – $29K 2020 0.72%
KY Bowling Green $18920 $16K – $28K 70 0.12%
KY Elizabethtown $22240 $17K – $38K 90 0.19%
KY Lexington – Fayette $20750 $16K – $28K 350 0.14%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $20540 $16K – $28K 1400 0.23%
KY Owensboro $18910 $16K – $26K 210 0.43%
LA Alexandria $18540 $16K – $28K 260 0.43%
LA Baton Rouge $18160 $16K – $24K 1950 0.54%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $18480 $16K – $29K 70 0.07%
LA Lafayette $20890 $16K – $30K 1390 0.92%
LA Lake Charles $18640 $16K – $25K 590 0.67%
LA Monroe $18930 $16K – $29K 870 1.18%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $19420 $16K – $27K 2080 0.40%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $18390 $16K – $24K 730 0.42%
MA Barnstable Town $27960 $22K – $36K 710 0.74%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $26100 $20K – $31K 9650 0.56%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $26650 $18K – $30K 410 0.47%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $27850 $25K – $33K 520 0.33%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $25350 $20K – $30K 520 0.67%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $28980 $24K – $37K 90 0.15%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $24810 $20K – $30K 120 0.26%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $27430 $21K – $36K 520 0.45%
MA New Bedford $27830 $24K – $36K 600 0.93%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $25290 $19K – $31K 1310 1.30%
MA Pittsfield $27500 $22K – $34K 260 0.78%
MA Springfield $25190 $20K – $31K 1400 0.49%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $25900 $19K – $30K N/A N/A
MA Worcester $27870 $22K – $36K 1830 0.75%
MD Baltimore – Towson $22620 $17K – $30K 6170 0.49%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $24970 $20K – $34K 2620 0.47%
MD Cumberland $17960 $16K – $22K 170 0.48%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $21430 $16K – $28K 840 0.85%
MD Salisbury $18180 $16K – $23K 270 0.53%
ME Bangor $22420 $17K – $30K 80 0.12%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $22270 $18K – $30K 520 1.10%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $22710 $19K – $30K 610 0.31%
MI Ann Arbor $23400 $18K – $35K 1240 0.64%
MI Battle Creek $20980 $17K – $29K 890 1.69%
MI Bay City $20800 $17K – $28K 740 2.22%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $21690 $17K – $30K 5930 0.85%
MI Flint $18400 $16K – $25K 1320 1.04%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $19330 $16K – $25K 2520 0.66%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $19800 $16K – $24K 550 0.53%
MI Jackson $18530 $16K – $24K 490 0.94%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $21980 $17K – $30K 1450 1.12%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $21530 $17K – $26K 1050 0.54%
MI Monroe $26700 $18K – $30K 300 0.80%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $19340 $16K – $28K 950 1.67%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $18870 $16K – $28K 270 0.47%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $18520 $16K – $25K 800 0.97%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $20940 $17K – $29K 12710 1.19%
MN Duluth $22340 $18K – $30K 2790 2.27%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $21660 $17K – $28K 940 1.95%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $23440 $20K – $30K 16690 0.95%
MN Rochester $22890 $20K – $30K 1390 1.37%
MN St. Cloud $22700 $19K – $29K 1270 1.32%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $19300 $16K – $25K 250 0.58%
MO Columbia $18410 $16K – $30K N/A N/A
MO Jefferson City $20430 $16K – $24K 150 0.21%
MO Joplin $18810 $16K – $24K 130 0.17%
MO Kansas City $20370 $16K – $28K 3630 0.37%
MO Springfield $18090 $16K – $23K 980 0.53%
MO St. Joseph $23960 $17K – $30K 340 0.67%
MO St. Louis $19660 $16K – $24K 5810 0.46%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $19140 $16K – $23K 60 0.06%
MS Hattiesburg $18460 $16K – $23K 240 0.42%
MS Jackson $17770 $16K – $20K 4440 1.77%
MS Pascagoula $20750 $17K – $24K N/A N/A
MT Billings $22470 $20K – $26K 160 0.20%
MT Great Falls $18620 $16K – $23K 300 0.86%
MT Missoula $22300 $20K – $24K N/A N/A
NC Asheville $19380 $16K – $28K 1930 1.14%
NC Burlington $18320 $16K – $24K 760 1.36%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $19210 $16K – $24K 5660 0.66%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $19340 $16K – $24K 2310 0.85%
NC Fayetteville $18130 $16K – $25K 2030 1.59%
NC Goldsboro $18200 $16K – $22K 980 2.54%
NC Greensboro – High Point $18070 $16K – $23K 3560 1.04%
NC Greenville $17860 $16K – $22K 1470 2.00%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $19630 $16K – $29K 2810 1.97%
NC Jacksonville $19090 $16K – $26K 250 0.57%
NC Raleigh – Cary $20130 $16K – $27K 3010 0.59%
NC Rocky Mount $18410 $16K – $23K 800 1.41%
NC Wilmington $19560 $16K – $26K 1160 0.87%
NC Winston – Salem $19150 $16K – $28K 2080 1.03%
ND Bismarck $32250 $18K – $37K 270 0.42%
ND Fargo $32810 $22K – $38K 970 0.77%
ND Grand Forks $22590 $18K – $29K 600 1.21%
NE Lincoln $23790 $20K – $30K 460 0.28%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $26870 $17K – $44K 1470 0.33%
NH Manchester $27020 $22K – $31K 350 0.35%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $23570 $20K – $29K 320 0.25%
NH Portsmouth $23980 $20K – $32K 110 0.19%
NH Rochester – Dover $20500 $16K – $30K 60 0.12%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $22950 $19K – $30K 810 0.59%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $23000 $20K – $34K 2560 0.52%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $23750 $20K – $30K 5630 0.58%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $21580 $17K – $27K 7370 0.77%
NJ Ocean City $26650 $23K – $29K N/A N/A
NJ Trenton – Ewing $21960 $18K – $28K 1290 0.60%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $21230 $17K – $24K 130 0.21%
NM Albuquerque $22000 $17K – $34K 2020 0.55%
NM Farmington $22050 $20K – $24K 530 1.07%
NM Las Cruces $18230 $16K – $33K 580 0.87%
NV Carson City $26780 $20K – $38K N/A N/A
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $24740 $19K – $48K 2060 0.25%
NV Reno – Sparks $21590 $17K – $29K 540 0.29%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $23150 $20K – $30K 4080 0.96%
NY Binghamton $23980 $19K – $45K 530 0.51%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $22260 $18K – $29K 4250 0.80%
NY Elmira $21300 $16K – $30K 270 0.71%
NY Glens Falls $25880 $21K – $40K 290 0.55%
NY Ithaca $22990 $20K – $30K 570 1.16%
NY Kingston $22920 $20K – $40K 350 0.61%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $21870 $17K – $31K 12110 0.99%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $19250 $16K – $27K 96340 1.87%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $24570 $20K – $39K 2300 0.95%
NY Rochester $22340 $18K – $30K 5200 1.05%
NY Syracuse $22000 $18K – $33K 1810 0.60%
NY Utica – Rome $22760 $19K – $42K 880 0.72%
OH Akron $18650 $17K – $23K 4520 1.43%
OH Canton – Massillon $18370 $16K – $23K 2920 1.80%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $21180 $17K – $27K 8810 0.90%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $19110 $17K – $24K 15830 1.59%
OH Columbus $21580 $17K – $30K 15440 1.69%
OH Dayton $19700 $17K – $30K 4310 1.17%
OH Lima $19600 $17K – $28K 880 1.84%
OH Mansfield $19380 $17K – $24K 650 1.30%
OH Sandusky $19120 $17K – $26K 330 0.91%
OH Springfield $19120 $17K – $24K 890 1.85%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $18550 $16K – $24K 550 1.25%
OH Toledo $20020 $17K – $27K 3500 1.20%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $18450 $16K – $23K 3040 1.39%
OK Lawton $18360 $16K – $24K 100 0.23%
OK Oklahoma City $22940 $18K – $45K 1570 0.27%
OK Tulsa $19200 $16K – $28K 2540 0.61%
OR Bend $21730 $19K – $24K 140 0.23%
OR Corvallis $19750 $19K – $33K 120 0.36%
OR Eugene – Springfield $21580 $19K – $28K 240 0.17%
OR Medford $22020 $19K – $32K 260 0.35%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $22260 $19K – $30K 3040 0.30%
OR Salem $21230 $19K – $28K 570 0.40%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $19450 $16K – $25K 2540 0.75%
PA Altoona $20290 $16K – $28K 850 1.47%
PA Erie $20560 $16K – $25K 1730 1.36%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $21210 $17K – $28K 2240 0.73%
PA Johnstown $20170 $16K – $28K 680 1.21%
PA Lancaster $22400 $17K – $30K 1960 0.89%
PA Lebanon $21670 $18K – $27K 420 0.84%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $20900 $16K – $30K 20580 1.13%
PA Pittsburgh $19700 $16K – $27K 11610 1.03%
PA Reading $20720 $17K – $25K 1530 0.93%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $21120 $16K – $29K 2930 1.17%
PA State College $19410 $16K – $24K 390 0.59%
PA Williamsport $20150 $16K – $27K 370 0.69%
PA York – Hanover $21530 $17K – $24K 1220 0.70%
PR Aguadilla – Isabela – San Sebastian $17680 $16K – $19K 40 0.11%
PR Mayaguez $17790 $16K – $20K 150 0.50%
PR Ponce $17500 $16K – $19K 70 0.13%
PR San German – Cabo Rojo $17480 $16K – $19K 110 0.59%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $17860 $16K – $27K 2160 0.29%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $26020 $21K – $36K 3850 0.71%
SC Anderson $17540 $16K – $22K N/A N/A
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $22470 $18K – $31K 1090 0.37%
SC Columbia $20800 $16K – $26K 2730 0.80%
SC Florence $18150 $16K – $23K 780 0.98%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $20350 $16K – $24K 960 0.32%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $18110 $16K – $23K 430 0.39%
SC Spartanburg $21380 $17K – $24K 940 0.82%
SC Sumter $18580 $16K – $23K 500 1.45%
SD Sioux Falls $26190 $21K – $32K 160 0.12%
TN Chattanooga $19290 $16K – $24K 330 0.15%
TN Clarksville $20260 $16K – $45K 270 0.33%
TN Cleveland $19670 $16K – $27K N/A N/A
TN Jackson $19570 $16K – $24K 240 0.42%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $20530 $16K – $24K 570 0.49%
TN Knoxville $20400 $16K – $26K 1180 0.36%
TN Memphis $19720 $16K – $32K 1450 0.25%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $19830 $16K – $24K 4650 0.62%
TX Abilene $18130 $16K – $23K 440 0.70%
TX Amarillo $18440 $16K – $24K 410 0.38%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $20970 $16K – $37K 1290 0.16%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $17890 $16K – $21K 1040 0.66%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $17690 $16K – $21K 630 0.50%
TX College Station – Bryan $18280 $16K – $55K N/A N/A
TX Corpus Christi $20840 $16K – $29K 420 0.23%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $28500 $18K – $48K 3800 0.18%
TX El Paso $18490 $16K – $30K 1500 0.54%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $19040 $16K – $33K 4790 0.54%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $18840 $16K – $34K 6450 0.24%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $18010 $16K – $22K 1030 0.81%
TX Longview $21180 $17K – $30K N/A N/A
TX Lubbock $18780 $16K – $24K 470 0.38%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $17640 $16K – $20K 3750 1.65%
TX Midland $22480 $16K – $37K 210 0.27%
TX Odessa $21320 $16K – $35K N/A N/A
TX San Angelo $20880 $16K – $30K 130 0.30%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $17870 $16K – $23K 4840 0.56%
TX Sherman – Denison $26690 $18K – $32K 220 0.54%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $17980 $15K – $24K 140 0.26%
TX Tyler $28090 $18K – $48K N/A N/A
TX Waco $18800 $16K – $31K 90 0.08%
TX Wichita Falls $17930 $16K – $22K 190 0.35%
UT Logan $19660 $16K – $33K 340 0.69%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $20230 $16K – $28K 520 0.26%
UT Provo – Orem $18850 $16K – $24K 690 0.39%
UT Salt Lake City $20860 $17K – $27K 1650 0.26%
UT St. George $22600 $19K – $29K 270 0.56%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $18090 $16K – $23K 60 0.09%
VA Charlottesville $18660 $16K – $24K 280 0.28%
VA Danville $18000 $16K – $24K 150 0.39%
VA Harrisonburg $20990 $17K – $28K 210 0.36%
VA Lynchburg $19390 $16K – $24K 460 0.47%
VA Richmond $19130 $16K – $24K 1860 0.31%
VA Roanoke $18170 $16K – $28K 130 0.09%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $20090 $16K – $24K 1530 0.21%
VA Winchester $18510 $16K – $27K 70 0.13%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $26540 $21K – $33K 290 0.25%
WA Bellingham $33710 $21K – $38K N/A N/A
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $22560 $20K – $29K N/A N/A
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $22190 $20K – $26K 280 0.29%
WA Longview $22330 $19K – $30K N/A N/A
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $22330 $20K – $24K 200 0.48%
WA Olympia $26040 $19K – $36K 80 0.09%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $24180 $21K – $30K 4120 0.29%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $26540 $22K – $30K 2190 0.86%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $22290 $20K – $28K 100 0.25%
WA Yakima $23160 $19K – $29K 350 0.43%
WI Appleton $18870 $16K – $25K 620 0.54%
WI Eau Claire $19160 $16K – $33K 500 0.64%
WI Fond du Lac $19790 $16K – $27K N/A N/A
WI Green Bay $20790 $17K – $28K 690 0.41%
WI Janesville $21570 $17K – $30K 90 0.14%
WI La Crosse $21400 $18K – $24K 400 0.57%
WI Madison $22720 $18K – $30K 2440 0.73%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $22320 $18K – $29K 6380 0.79%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $20320 $16K – $27K 450 0.51%
WI Racine $25280 $17K – $37K 640 0.88%
WI Wausau $19930 $16K – $26K 410 0.64%
WV Charleston $17650 $16K – $20K 1620 1.12%
WV Huntington – Ashland $18140 $16K – $23K 960 0.89%
WV Morgantown $18240 $16K – $23K 380 0.61%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $17800 $16K – $21K 690 1.02%
WV Wheeling $18450 $16K – $24K 540 0.84%
WY Cheyenne $23750 $20K – $41K 40 0.09%

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