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HR Specialists

Human Resource Specialists


Education

What’s Needed:

  • Most employers hire individuals who have a four-year bachelor’s degree in human resources or a related field for specialist positions.
  • If you want to pursue advancement opportunities you may need to earn an Master in Arts (M.A.) or MBA.

What you study:

When pursuing your HR degree you’ll study all of the following:

  • Human Resources Best Practices
  • Personnel Management
  • Employment Law
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Basic Statitistics


A Day in the Life

You take care of employee benefits administration tasks and assist with insurance enrollment.

As an HR specialist your day begins when the office where you work opens. Depending on where you work you may be known as a specialist supervisor or HR coordinator. When you get to work you check in with your boss to see if there are any issues that need your immediate attention. There are no pressing employee questions to address so you head to your cubicle to review your emails and listen to your phone messages.

You’ve received an email from your company’s insurance provider alerting you to a problem with an employee enrollment form. You review the form and identify the issue. It’s your job to ensure that benefits administration tasks are taken care of in a timely fashion so you head to that employee’s office to sort out the paperwork and ensure that she will be enrolled in the insurance plan for the upcoming quarter.

You’ll create employee files and ensure that employee data is secure.

Your company is looking for a new receptionist so when you return to your desk you begin reviewing resumes and helping the hiring manager set up interviews with promising candidates. When the new receptionist starts you’ll be responsible for having him fill out all necessary paperwork and will establish an employee file.

Throughout the day you file paperwork that you’ve received in employee files. Right after lunch the company’s vice president wants to review an employee’s file to determine if she is eligible for a pay raise. You take the file out for him and remind him that it will need to be returned to you before the end of the day. Keeping the files in a secure location is one of your most important administrative duties.

You update employee paperwork and handbooks in response to employment law changes.

During the afternoon you work on updating your company’s employee handbook to ensure that it is in line with new labor laws. When the update is done you’ll be responsible for making sure that every employee receives a copy of any policies that have changed. You also take calls throughout the afternoon and direct them to the appropriate person in your department. You screen calls for the director of HR who simply doesn’t have time to speak with every vendor who calls your office. At the end of the day you check in with your boss and lock up your filing cabinets before heading home.


Certifications and Licensing

No licensing is needed to work as an HR specialist. However many professionals in this field pursue certification through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) or the National Human Resources Association (NHRA). Certifications in particular areas such as employment law or benefits administration can be helpful in a competitive job market.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

Almost all HR specialists work standard full-time schedules. Depending on where you work you may receive paid vacations and holidays.

Career advancement:

Advancement opportunities are excellent for talented HR professionals who want to move into management positions. Your chances at advancement will improve as you gain more education and real-world experience in this field.


Recommended Websites

  • Professionals in Human Resources Association: The PIHRA website provides a wide variety of education resources to professionals in this field. Individuals who are just beginning their HR careers will benefit in particular from the career section of the site which offers job listings and job outlook information.
  • U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook for Human Resources Specialists: The Bureau of Labor Statistics compiles and publishes a wealth of data about careers in the field of HR. Students who are interested in becoming HR specialists will find information about job outlooks training and career advancement prospects on this site. Because most of the information is statistical in nature it’s also important to consult more qualitative sites.
  • Society for Human Resource Management: Designed for leaders in the field SHRM provides educational and employment law resources that will be useful to both experienced and novice HR specialists. The site also provides students with the ability to connect with mentors.
  • National Human Resources Association: The NHRA website is geared primarily towards association members who want to access information about conferences and training opportunities. Students who can join NHRA through their schools may be interested in doing so in order to gain access to a wealth of job and internship listings.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $57060 $38K – $95K 590 0.34%
AK Fairbanks $58720 $37K – $92K 100 0.28%
AL Anniston – Oxford $59190 $36K – $89K 70 0.16%
AL Auburn – Opelika $50650 $35K – $87K 80 0.17%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $52550 $32K – $81K 1260 0.26%
AL Decatur $58390 $39K – $106K 70 0.13%
AL Dothan $46010 $27K – $68K 100 0.17%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $43290 $32K – $69K 90 0.17%
AL Gadsden $46700 $30K – $84K 40 0.11%
AL Huntsville $68650 $39K – $105K 800 0.39%
AL Mobile $47700 $32K – $74K 340 0.21%
AL Montgomery $54560 $36K – $87K 380 0.24%
AL Tuscaloosa $55420 $36K – $97K 200 0.23%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $47450 $28K – $75K 380 0.19%
AR Fort Smith $46410 $27K – $74K 240 0.21%
AR Hot Springs $36630 $26K – $54K 70 0.21%
AR Jonesboro $37290 $26K – $76K 90 0.18%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $45370 $30K – $75K 1020 0.31%
AR Pine Bluff $40600 $29K – $75K 70 0.19%
AZ Flagstaff $46090 $32K – $81K 140 0.25%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $44830 $30K – $61K 110 0.26%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $51780 $33K – $90K 5920 0.34%
AZ Prescott $51660 $31K – $89K 80 0.15%
AZ Tucson $46650 $26K – $80K 930 0.27%
AZ Yuma $54230 $28K – $82K 110 0.20%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $57380 $33K – $95K 560 0.20%
CA Chico $49050 $30K – $78K 130 0.19%
CA El Centro $48820 $28K – $74K 50 0.10%
CA Fresno $58890 $35K – $86K 620 0.20%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $53050 $36K – $85K 60 0.15%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $65440 $36K – $103K 11640 0.30%
CA Madera – Chowchilla $60720 $36K – $92K 60 0.15%
CA Merced $68210 $41K – $95K 110 0.18%
CA Modesto $51360 $32K – $75K 320 0.21%
CA Napa $50640 $35K – $95K 220 0.35%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $70060 $41K – $115K 3230 0.33%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $63290 $35K – $99K 890 0.31%
CA Redding $45120 $31K – $81K 130 0.22%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $55130 $34K – $88K 2700 0.23%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $60130 $37K – $96K 2320 0.28%
CA Salinas $64080 $40K – $95K 240 0.15%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $58870 $34K – $92K 4220 0.33%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $72710 $44K – $122K 4710 0.47%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $77500 $43K – $125K 3060 0.34%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $54910 $35K – $83K 160 0.16%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $63150 $36K – $104K 4640 0.33%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $67760 $44K – $92K 370 0.22%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $59850 $38K – $104K 250 0.30%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $62280 $35K – $89K 410 0.24%
CA Stockton $49240 $37K – $82K 290 0.15%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $67110 $36K – $113K 320 0.26%
CA Visalia – Porterville $52140 $34K – $75K 280 0.21%
CA Yuba City $47790 $31K – $81K 80 0.23%
CO Boulder $59400 $38K – $114K 640 0.40%
CO Colorado Springs $61990 $37K – $93K 800 0.33%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $63770 $34K – $105K 4770 0.39%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $50090 $32K – $93K 410 0.31%
CO Grand Junction $47930 $26K – $78K 140 0.24%
CO Greeley $53300 $33K – $92K 170 0.21%
CO Pueblo $54080 $34K – $76K 110 0.20%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $68990 $40K – $122K 1590 0.38%
CT Danbury $66630 $38K – $98K 110 0.16%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $67390 $40K – $102K 1610 0.29%
CT New Haven $69510 $42K – $99K 550 0.20%
CT Norwich – New London $49420 $29K – $86K 360 0.28%
CT Waterbury $58970 $43K – $87K 120 0.20%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $80430 $44K – $123K 16080 0.69%
DE Dover $51770 $39K – $76K 250 0.43%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $60710 $38K – $107K 1130 0.35%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $52,050 $30K – $83K 420 0.21%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $61,230 $33K – $89K 220 0.29%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $42,570 $32K – $69K 410 0.27%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $53,350 $29K – $94K 2,590 0.36%
FL Gainesville $46,760 $32K – $75K 340 0.29%
FL Jacksonville $48,760 $32K – $85K 1,720 0.30%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $46,460 $32K – $85K 400 0.21%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $47,940 $28K – $85K 3,160 0.32%
FL Naples – Marco Island $47,490 $30K – $77K 220 0.19%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $45,500 $33K – $79K 470 0.20%
FL Ocala $44,860 $29K – $72K 190 0.22%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $45,720 $30K – $79K 3,480 0.34%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $50,070 $29K – $88K 590 0.31%
FL Palm Coast $38,960 $27K – $63K 70 0.38%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $42,620 $28K – $76K N/A N/A
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $45,720 $28K – $76K 330 0.22%
FL Port St. Lucie $53,590 $33K – $87K 240 0.19%
FL Punta Gorda $41,600 $24K – $92K 70 0.18%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $43,560 $33K – $67K 90 0.20%
FL Tallahassee $41,540 $27K – $73K 750 0.48%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $51,880 $33K – $81K 3,510 0.31%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $46,900 $28K – $86K 1,660 0.33%
GA Albany $46,320 $28K – $73K 150 0.26%
GA Athens – Clarke County $43,940 $27K – $71K 170 0.22%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $52,980 $30K – $92K 8,640 0.38%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $47,460 $28K – $89K 460 0.23%
GA Brunswick $65,530 $28K – $100K 110 0.31%
GA Columbus $52,190 $25K – $85K 280 0.26%
GA Dalton $48,280 $28K – $74K 90 0.15%
GA Gainesville $42,460 $27K – $87K 230 0.33%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $52,200 $30K – $89K 70 0.43%
GA Macon $43,920 $30K – $80K 230 0.24%
GA Rome $43,090 $26K – $69K 80 0.23%
GA Savannah $49,500 $31K – $88K 390 0.27%
GA Valdosta $40,550 $26K – $69K 100 0.20%
GA Warner Robins $63,140 $39K – $95K 270 0.48%
HI Honolulu $52,000 $32K – $87K 1,330 0.31%
IA Ames $49,620 $35K – $72K 90 0.22%
IA Cedar Rapids $51,350 $33K – $83K 460 0.33%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $57,410 $35K – $89K 640 0.36%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $56,730 $37K – $94K 1,140 0.35%
IA Dubuque $46,130 $30K – $67K 130 0.23%
IA Iowa City $54,950 $29K – $75K 220 0.26%
IA Sioux City $47,590 $26K – $70K 150 0.21%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $52,140 $31K – $74K 210 0.23%
ID Boise City – Nampa $52,380 $31K – $87K 790 0.30%
ID Coeur d’Alene, ID $42,170 $26K – $66K 90 0.18%
ID Idaho Falls $42,820 $25K – $87K 80 0.16%
ID Pocatello $38,130 $22K – $57K 70 0.23%
IL Bloomington – Normal $51,880 $29K – $85K 230 0.26%
IL Champaign – Urbana $45,900 $25K – $75K 120 0.13%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $57,950 $35K – $112K 10,110 0.28%
IL Danville $54,540 $37K – $71K 40 0.15%
IL Decatur $53,620 $32K – $75K 60 0.11%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $46,490 $27K – $74K 60 0.15%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $54,200 $31K – $96K 1,010 0.27%
IL Peoria $47,540 $25K – $87K 390 0.22%
IL Rockford $44,860 $26K – $88K 270 0.19%
IL Springfield $59,310 $38K – $84K 280 0.26%
IN Anderson $47,010 $27K – $81K 80 0.22%
IN Bloomington $48,320 $26K – $73K 220 0.30%
IN Columbus $45,080 $28K – $74K 180 0.39%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $43,320 $25K – $73K 250 0.23%
IN Evansville $47,300 $27K – $85K 410 0.24%
IN Fort Wayne $37,660 $25K – $73K 480 0.24%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $42,970 $27K – $74K 500 0.19%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $53,420 $30K – $91K 3,500 0.39%
IN Kokomo $38,070 $24K – $87K 130 0.33%
IN Lafayette $38,220 $27K – $69K 200 0.24%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $40,840 $27K – $66K 90 0.22%
IN Muncie $39,260 $25K – $65K 130 0.30%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $49,060 $28K – $83K 320 0.25%
IN Terre Haute $39,670 $23K – $80K 160 0.24%
KS Lawrence $45,120 $29K – $68K 80 0.18%
KS Manhattan $63,140 $38K – $89K 300 0.58%
KS Topeka $51,670 $34K – $79K 390 0.36%
KS Wichita $55,450 $34K – $89K 680 0.24%
KY Bowling Green $44,250 $25K – $60K 160 0.27%
KY Elizabethtown $59,310 $47K – $87K 770 1.68%
KY Lexington – Fayette $47,050 $29K – $76K 460 0.19%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $47,810 $31K – $79K 1,510 0.25%
KY Owensboro $38,550 $26K – $57K 80 0.16%
LA Alexandria $50,920 $33K – $76K 120 0.20%
LA Baton Rouge $46,020 $27K – $66K 1,010 0.28%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $49,410 $29K – $77K 120 0.13%
LA Lafayette $46,180 $33K – $72K 190 0.13%
LA Lake Charles $43,000 $32K – $93K 90 0.11%
LA Monroe $33,490 $26K – $50K 120 0.17%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $50,570 $33K – $87K 1,120 0.22%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $47,720 $28K – $78K 280 0.16%
MA Barnstable Town $59,760 $41K – $88K 130 0.13%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $60,300 $37K – $112K 6,920 0.40%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $49,050 $33K – $82K 260 0.30%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $57,000 $35K – $104K 560 0.36%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $55,890 $36K – $110K 130 0.17%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $55,690 $35K – $92K 350 0.59%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $54,410 $34K – $90K 140 0.29%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $71,280 $49K – $105K 370 0.31%
MA New Bedford $41,700 $29K – $85K 130 0.20%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $54,830 $34K – $101K 190 0.19%
MA Pittsfield $44,460 $33K – $70K 80 0.25%
MA Springfield $53,620 $34K – $89K 760 0.27%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $56,840 $43K – $93K 70 0.17%
MA Worcester $53,320 $35K – $84K 700 0.29%
MD Baltimore – Towson $63,500 $37K – $110K 5,090 0.40%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $71,130 $42K – $113K 2,980 0.53%
MD Cumberland $50,160 $35K – $78K 40 0.10%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $50,710 $34K – $82K 250 0.25%
MD Salisbury $48,030 $31K – $66K 130 0.25%
ME Bangor N/A N/A – N/A 130 0.20%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $53,520 $34K – $88K 80 0.17%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $52,720 $34K – $88K 410 0.21%
MI Ann Arbor $56,740 $34K – $84K 700 0.36%
MI Battle Creek $47,100 $33K – $69K 280 0.54%
MI Bay City $46,220 $39K – $73K 90 0.26%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $58,110 $37K – $102K 2,340 0.34%
MI Flint $47,840 $32K – $74K 360 0.28%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $48,450 $32K – $76K 1,150 0.30%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $45,470 $33K – $72K 230 0.23%
MI Jackson $52,130 $36K – $69K 150 0.29%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $50,560 $29K – $75K 360 0.28%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $58,010 $39K – $77K 750 0.38%
MI Monroe $52,810 $35K – $72K 70 0.18%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $39,220 $26K – $64K 90 0.15%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $55,080 $38K – $68K 170 0.29%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $49,420 $28K – $77K 240 0.29%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $51,710 $33K – $80K 3,400 0.32%
MN Duluth $48,970 $35K – $67K 290 0.24%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $45,330 $32K – $64K 110 0.23%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $53,200 $32K – $86K 7,790 0.45%
MN Rochester $55,900 $35K – $85K 310 0.31%
MN St. Cloud $47,350 $33K – $74K 240 0.25%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $37,650 $27K – $71K 80 0.18%
MO Columbia $45,720 $28K – $78K 230 0.26%
MO Jefferson City $43,540 $24K – $71K 260 0.38%
MO Joplin $38,740 $25K – $65K 170 0.22%
MO Kansas City $55,980 $35K – $85K 3,400 0.35%
MO Springfield $38,310 $26K – $66K 460 0.25%
MO St. Joseph $36,970 $27K – $68K 180 0.34%
MO St. Louis $50,250 $29K – $87K 4,160 0.33%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $52,200 $29K – $89K 450 0.44%
MS Hattiesburg $32,040 $23K – $50K 140 0.25%
MS Jackson $41,590 $25K – $75K 600 0.24%
MS Pascagoula $33,670 $25K – $71K 90 0.17%
MT Billings $47,700 $30K – $83K 250 0.31%
MT Great Falls $42,290 $31K – $67K 90 0.26%
MT Missoula $43,280 $30K – $93K 180 0.32%
NC Asheville $47,010 $33K – $75K 380 0.22%
NC Burlington $53,160 $32K – $85K 80 0.14%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $57,230 $33K – $96K 3,050 0.36%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $61,760 $40K – $93K 1,020 0.38%
NC Fayetteville $62,130 $39K – $92K 520 0.41%
NC Goldsboro $46,870 $32K – $70K 70 0.19%
NC Greensboro – High Point $49,280 $33K – $78K 1,310 0.38%
NC Greenville $45,650 $33K – $69K 160 0.22%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $46,420 $32K – $79K 310 0.22%
NC Jacksonville $52,200 $34K – $84K 100 0.22%
NC Raleigh – Cary $53,930 $36K – $86K 2,280 0.44%
NC Rocky Mount $52,050 $33K – $72K 110 0.19%
NC Wilmington $47,140 $32K – $79K 240 0.18%
NC Winston – Salem $51,660 $34K – $78K 490 0.24%
ND Bismarck $49,780 $31K – $75K 200 0.30%
ND Fargo $47,940 $32K – $73K 350 0.28%
ND Grand Forks $48,150 $35K – $72K 110 0.21%
NE Lincoln $46,710 $33K – $82K 550 0.34%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $53,610 $34K – $84K 1,740 0.39%
NH Manchester $55,250 $35K – $90K 280 0.27%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $55,260 $31K – $91K 350 0.27%
NH Portsmouth $55,440 $32K – $99K 230 0.41%
NH Rochester – Dover $46,850 $31K – $83K 150 0.29%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $54,290 $38K – $74K 220 0.16%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $60,110 $38K – $91K 1,740 0.35%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $64,190 $40K – $98K 3,160 0.32%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $62,870 $41K – $94K 2,700 0.28%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $67,640 $39K – $106K 1,040 0.48%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $59,970 $44K – $81K 90 0.15%
NM Albuquerque $59,350 $37K – $94K 1,230 0.34%
NM Farmington $50,920 $29K – $75K 70 0.13%
NM Las Cruces $35,960 $26K – $77K 150 0.22%
NM Santa Fe $48,700 $35K – $71K 270 0.46%
NV Carson City $54,170 $35K – $84K 100 0.39%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $50,170 $31K – $80K 1,590 0.19%
NV Reno – Sparks $48,220 $32K – $79K 540 0.29%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $57,410 $35K – $115K 1,060 0.25%
NY Binghamton $44,520 $30K – $72K 270 0.26%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $56,030 $34K – $90K 1,620 0.30%
NY Elmira $49,020 $32K – $69K 70 0.18%
NY Glens Falls $51,670 $36K – $152K 70 0.13%
NY Ithaca $52,550 $34K – $80K 80 0.16%
NY Kingston $51,080 $29K – $75K 100 0.18%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $69,010 $40K – $108K 2,480 0.20%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $64,730 $39K – $113K 18,860 0.37%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $54,190 $33K – $90K 520 0.21%
NY Rochester $51,420 $34K – $86K 1,350 0.27%
NY Syracuse $51,580 $33K – $84K 770 0.26%
NY Utica – Rome $43,580 $27K – $80K 220 0.18%
OH Akron $47,530 $29K – $78K 750 0.24%
OH Canton – Massillon $46,010 $31K – $74K 270 0.17%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $49,550 $29K – $86K 3,600 0.37%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $54,520 $33K – $93K 3,320 0.33%
OH Columbus $56,730 $34K – $93K 3,640 0.40%
OH Dayton $58,010 $35K – $94K 1,100 0.30%
OH Lima $47,400 $24K – $76K 160 0.33%
OH Mansfield $47,090 $33K – $72K 70 0.14%
OH Sandusky $45,130 $28K – $96K 70 0.20%
OH Springfield $44,430 $32K – $65K 110 0.23%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $57,590 $29K – $85K 50 0.12%
OH Toledo $49,810 $31K – $79K 740 0.25%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $46,250 $32K – $77K 350 0.16%
OK Lawton $57,400 $30K – $93K 90 0.23%
OK Oklahoma City $48,630 $27K – $80K 1,470 0.25%
OK Tulsa $47,430 $31K – $78K 1,160 0.28%
OR Bend $49,890 $35K – $86K 170 0.28%
OR Corvallis $45,470 $26K – $64K 130 0.39%
OR Eugene – Springfield $45,690 $29K – $72K 300 0.22%
OR Medford $47,970 $35K – $73K 230 0.31%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $55,780 $34K – $92K 3,620 0.36%
OR Salem $54,180 $38K – $77K 500 0.35%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $57,610 $35K – $92K 1,010 0.30%
PA Altoona $39,760 $25K – $72K 120 0.21%
PA Erie $45,150 $31K – $85K 320 0.25%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $54,860 $39K – $88K 1,370 0.45%
PA Johnstown $45,680 $28K – $75K 170 0.30%
PA Lancaster $48,900 $32K – $84K 440 0.20%
PA Lebanon $54,460 $30K – $83K 140 0.29%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $64,330 $40K – $99K 6,490 0.36%
PA Pittsburgh $56,490 $36K – $91K 3,590 0.32%
PA Reading $54,780 $35K – $98K 440 0.27%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $52,350 $32K – $81K 680 0.27%
PA State College $47,170 $34K – $83K 80 0.12%
PA Williamsport $49,700 $29K – $76K 100 0.19%
PA York – Hanover $62,150 $38K – $98K 500 0.29%
PR Aguadilla – Isabela – San Sebastian $27,440 $17K – $47K 60 0.15%
PR Mayaguez $22,840 $17K – $41K 80 0.25%
PR Ponce $27,390 $18K – $51K 80 0.15%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $31,650 $20K – $58K 2,200 0.30%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $61,610 $39K – $90K 1,320 0.25%
SC Anderson $42,560 $27K – $75K 100 0.18%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $48,210 $28K – $85K 770 0.26%
SC Columbia $49,870 $31K – $78K 960 0.28%
SC Florence $43,400 $26K – $61K 200 0.26%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $43,090 $27K – $77K 760 0.26%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $36,970 $22K – $73K 110 0.10%
SC Spartanburg $48,660 $31K – $82K 190 0.16%
SC Sumter $53,790 $25K – $88K 70 0.20%
SD Rapid City $47,560 $32K – $76K 110 0.18%
SD Sioux Falls $45,180 $33K – $70K 430 0.31%
TN Chattanooga $40,650 $28K – $80K 690 0.31%
TN Clarksville $44,340 $27K – $78K 150 0.19%
TN Cleveland $45,210 $31K – $87K 50 0.14%
TN Jackson $41,200 $28K – $70K 120 0.20%
TN Johnson City $50,360 $28K – $74K 110 0.14%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $49,290 $32K – $101K 270 0.23%
TN Knoxville $48,430 $28K – $78K 810 0.25%
TN Memphis $48,950 $33K – $82K 1,580 0.27%
TN Morristown $46,550 $28K – $77K 70 0.15%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $53,700 $32K – $89K 1,880 0.25%
TX Abilene $38,260 $23K – $81K 150 0.25%
TX Amarillo $50,000 $31K – $88K 250 0.23%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $49,590 $31K – $89K 3,410 0.42%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $47,760 $30K – $92K 350 0.22%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $38,060 $25K – $60K 220 0.17%
TX College Station – Bryan $44,740 $27K – $72K 190 0.20%
TX Corpus Christi $39,200 $26K – $80K 320 0.18%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $59,610 $33K – $99K 8,370 0.40%
TX El Paso $47,650 $26K – $82K 830 0.30%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $56,590 $34K – $104K 2,600 0.30%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $56,500 $34K – $104K 8,460 0.32%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $53,780 $34K – $81K 340 0.27%
TX Laredo $29,350 $19K – $65K 270 0.30%
TX Longview $41,860 $24K – $71K 190 0.19%
TX Lubbock $44,510 $29K – $74K 270 0.21%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $40,410 $25K – $61K 340 0.15%
TX Midland $41,360 $27K – $76K 170 0.22%
TX Odessa $47,300 $31K – $74K 150 0.22%
TX San Angelo $40,980 $21K – $69K 100 0.23%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $57,420 $33K – $90K 3,840 0.45%
TX Sherman – Denison $40,930 $25K – $60K 80 0.20%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $52,690 $27K – $90K 110 0.20%
TX Tyler $44,890 $31K – $73K 160 0.17%
TX Victoria $45,290 $27K – $78K 100 0.20%
TX Waco $47,450 $28K – $82K 220 0.22%
TX Wichita Falls $45,970 $28K – $86K 120 0.22%
UT Logan $44,920 $30K – $78K 70 0.15%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $56,070 $29K – $87K 560 0.28%
UT Provo – Orem $47,540 $29K – $106K 340 0.19%
UT Salt Lake City $48,900 $34K – $84K 2,230 0.36%
UT St. George $33,260 $25K – $58K 150 0.32%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $44,300 $32K – $73K 140 0.22%
VA Charlottesville $51,660 $32K – $86K 340 0.35%
VA Danville $42,870 $32K – $61K 80 0.22%
VA Harrisonburg $47,290 $32K – $69K 130 0.22%
VA Lynchburg $47,380 $32K – $73K 260 0.27%
VA Richmond $58,880 $36K – $94K 2,860 0.48%
VA Roanoke $46,560 $32K – $82K 490 0.33%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $53,490 $32K – $89K 2,710 0.38%
VA Winchester $63,220 $34K – $98K 120 0.23%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $49,950 $33K – $87K 430 0.37%
WA Bellingham $52,930 $31K – $75K 170 0.22%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $65,350 $40K – $99K 280 0.36%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $56,800 $37K – $92K 270 0.27%
WA Longview $64,520 $31K – $76K 50 0.16%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $58,430 $41K – $74K 80 0.18%
WA Olympia $57,730 $42K – $71K 560 0.59%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $65,950 $41K – $105K 5,960 0.42%
WA Spokane $50,940 $31K – $78K 470 0.24%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $58,740 $41K – $85K 800 0.31%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $54,950 $32K – $91K 70 0.18%
WA Yakima $52,310 $36K – $71K 200 0.25%
WI Appleton $49,890 $30K – $78K 330 0.29%
WI Eau Claire $51,680 $28K – $75K 200 0.26%
WI Fond du Lac $47,390 $28K – $73K 100 0.22%
WI Green Bay $48,670 $31K – $76K 450 0.27%
WI Janesville $47,380 $26K – $77K 140 0.24%
WI La Crosse $45,090 $29K – $79K 170 0.25%
WI Madison $52,950 $32K – $77K 1,180 0.35%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $52,670 $34K – $86K 2,690 0.33%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $52,050 $36K – $75K 200 0.22%
WI Racine $50,790 $34K – $81K 160 0.22%
WI Sheboygan $53,110 $39K – $83K 110 0.20%
WI Wausau $46,150 $27K – $73K 150 0.23%
WV Charleston $52,200 $30K – $86K 260 0.18%
WV Huntington – Ashland $39,570 $25K – $72K 180 0.17%
WV Morgantown $57,080 $39K – $93K 130 0.22%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $68,810 $35K – $90K 260 0.39%
WV Wheeling $41,880 $33K – $67K 110 0.16%
WY Casper $48,050 $36K – $80K 80 0.20%
WY Cheyenne $46,540 $32K – $72K 190 0.45%

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