Legal Assistants and Paralegals

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Legal Assistants and Paralegals


Education

What’s Needed:

  • Most paralegals (which are also commonly known as legal assistants) obtain associate’s degrees through community colleges. Most law firms and government agencies find this type of certification to be sufficient.
  • A minority of paralegals obtain bachelor’s degrees through traditional four-year institutions.
  • Aspiring paralegals who already hold associate’s or bachelor’s degrees in related fields may choose to attend accelerated paralegal programs at community colleges or vocational schools.
  • Very few law firms hire individuals who lack educational credentials or prior work experience.

What you study:

Paralegals must be well-versed in the following subjects and concepts:

  • Basic jurisprudence
  • English writing and grammar
  • Research skills
  • Legal vocabulary

What courses you’ll take

Below are examples of courses that you’ll likely take as a paralegal or legal assistant student.

Course Studies Purpose
About the Legal Profession and Legal Ethics Structure and operations of the US legal system. Cover procedures of law how decisions are made the role of legal assistants legal ethics and other related topics. Ethics topics include issues specific to legal assistants and possible solutions. Provide students with the context and background of the US legal system that will serve as a foundation for more advanced studies.
Writing and Communication Writing strategies and practices as related to legal communications. Group communications and public speaking. Develop the rhetorical writing and oral communication skills that are critical to tasks such as drafting correspondence and other documents communicating with clients and supporting inhouse meetings.
Law Office Technology Basic primer on office equipment used by legal assistants with hands-on training. Using information technology systems and applications to prepare legal documents work with client databases create presentations and to handle other related tasks. Build proficiency in the use of the office equipment and information technology that legal assistants need to complete their day-to-day tasks.
Business Law Basic structures of sole proprietorships partnerships C-corporations S-Corporations and limited-liability companies (LLCs). Often includes a review of real life examples dealing with business legal questions. Prepare students for business law assignments. For example you might use your business law knowledge to review and classify documents such as financial statements.
Contract Law How to put together binding legal agreements including key structural elements of different types of contracts how to make them effective and methods for enforcement. Ready students for contract law assignments. You might for instance use your contract knowledge to research related case law as part of a client’s contractual dispute your law firm is taking on.
Intellectual Property (IP) Law Basic IP concepts such as trademarks patents trade secrets and copyrights. Provide the knowledge needed to effectively assist attorneys as they work with clients on IP related issues. You might for instance assist in research as part of a patent violation case.
Family Law Basics of family law including child custody adoption proceedings paternity suites and surrogacy rights. Give students the background needed to take on family law projects.
Criminal Law Differing types of criminal intent and the purpose of criminal law. Criminal law procedures and the potential defenses against criminal charges. Prepare students to assist lawyers taking on criminal cases. You might for instance support your lawyer during a criminal trial.


Video Overview

Briefly summarizes the work of legal assistants and paralegals. Produced for the US Department of Labor.


Certifications and Licensing

Although there are no state-mandated licenses for those who wish to become paralegals there are several popular voluntary certification programs. Two of the most well known ones are:

National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA): NALA has offered a Certifiec Legal Assistant (CLA) program since 1976. This is a voluntary program and more than 17000 people have achieved the CLA certification and 3000 have achieved an advanced level of certification. In 1982 NALA first offered its CLA spcialty program and it was in 2002 that this was modified to become the Advanced Paralegal Certification Progeam.

Many different specializations are offered including Contracts Administration Social Security Trademarks Personal Injury Criminal Litigation Bankruptcy and many others. There are 15 different specializations. You can read about each of these in more detail here.

National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA): The NFPA offers a Paralegal CORE Competency Exam ("PCCE") which is intended to certify for work in a number of areas of competency. People who have the PCCE and several years of experience can take the Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam to get recognition for their more advanced status.

The NFPA offers a PDF document that shows the differences between the various certification programs available.

Legal assistants who successfully complete these programs may be more attractive in the eyes of prospective employers and command higher starting salaries. In addition they may be singled out for promotions and quickly rise through the non-lawyer ranks at large law firms. Finally these certifications may make their holders look more attractive on future law-school applications.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

The majority of paralegals work for medium-sized and large law firms on a full-time basis. Smaller law firms may hire temporary legal assistants during high-workload periods. A small minority of these individuals may work under in-house counsel teams at major corporations or for large government agencies. For the most part paralegals who do not work for law firms are also required to work at least 40 hours per week. During busy times of the year paralegals may be asked to work on the weekends and into the evenings.

Work location:

Very few legal assistants are able to work from home. While certain specialists may be able to perform digital cataloging and research functions from home this is not practical for long periods of time. Paralegals must handle physical evidence and communicate with their colleagues in person. As such the vast majority work in regular office environments.


Recommended Websites

The following websites may be useful to those who wish to pursue a career as a legal assistant or paralegal:

  • National Federation of Paralegal Associations — The National Federation of Paralegal Associations is an umbrella group that works to unite the activities of hundreds of local paralegal organizations across the United States. The site has a full suite of continuing-education resources career-related information and a comprehensive job-search feature.
  • National Association of Legal Assistants & Paralegals — This organization provides aspiring paralegals with information about certification programs and exams. For trained paralegals who wish to obtain new skills or find employment the National Association of Legal Assistants & Paralegals offers a wealth of continuing-education information as well as a jobs board.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics — The U.S. Department of Labor maintains a comprehensive career fact sheet that outlines salary information and certification requirements for aspiring paralegals. This site also offers an analysis of the profession’s growth potential over the coming decade.
  • Global Legal Resources — Global Legal Resources is a comprehensive online information database for lawyers and paralegals. Its paralegal-focused section provides detailed information about the job duties of legal assistants and provides links to educational and job-search resources.
  • American Bar Association — The American Bar Association offers a wide range of paralegal-focused services including educational resources certification information and a career-outlook primer. It also has a job-search function that can connect employment-seeking legal assistants with ABA lawyers who wish to hire them.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $57050 $42K – $74K 310 0.18%
AK Fairbanks $54000 $38K – $82K 50 0.15%
AL Anniston – Oxford $23190 $20K – $41K N/A N/A
AL Auburn – Opelika $29990 $21K – $66K 30 0.07%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $49040 $27K – $62K 1190 0.24%
AL Dothan $34340 $25K – $46K 100 0.17%
AL Gadsden $36190 $27K – $48K 40 0.12%
AL Huntsville $43310 $31K – $129K 360 0.18%
AL Mobile $44520 $33K – $65K 270 0.16%
AL Montgomery $40950 $23K – $61K 380 0.24%
AL Tuscaloosa $28770 $25K – $46K 70 0.08%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $38000 $25K – $54K 330 0.16%
AR Fort Smith $34220 $26K – $60K 100 0.09%
AR Hot Springs $30810 $26K – $37K 50 0.15%
AR Jonesboro $31940 $25K – $44K 60 0.13%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $37010 $29K – $58K 670 0.20%
AR Pine Bluff $31630 $25K – $39K 40 0.12%
AZ Flagstaff $42920 $31K – $55K 60 0.11%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $46400 $32K – $72K 3920 0.23%
AZ Prescott $38910 $32K – $47K 100 0.20%
AZ Tucson $40260 $26K – $63K 820 0.24%
AZ Yuma $38350 $31K – $73K 40 0.08%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $45490 $33K – $72K 260 0.10%
CA Chico $40060 $29K – $64K 70 0.10%
CA El Centro $42630 $27K – $55K 40 0.08%
CA Fresno $50810 $34K – $71K 500 0.16%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $57500 $32K – $92K 8000 0.21%
CA Modesto $44360 $34K – $61K 170 0.11%
CA Napa $43920 $31K – $73K N/A N/A
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $61790 $43K – $77K 1470 0.15%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $60660 $41K – $77K 480 0.17%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $51690 $37K – $85K 1750 0.15%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $52950 $29K – $76K 1640 0.20%
CA Salinas $54740 $42K – $71K 170 0.11%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $54330 $31K – $77K 3630 0.29%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $67640 $40K – $97K 3080 0.31%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $59740 $35K – $106K N/A N/A
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $64470 $35K – $75K 70 0.07%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $48090 $30K – $96K 3350 0.24%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $57180 $49K – $76K 190 0.12%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $48520 $40K – $77K 90 0.11%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $52280 $35K – $68K 190 0.11%
CA Stockton $49870 $35K – $77K 120 0.06%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $42020 $25K – $69K 90 0.08%
CA Visalia – Porterville $42270 $29K – $69K 120 0.09%
CA Yuba City $56660 $38K – $76K N/A N/A
CO Boulder $47620 $39K – $74K 380 0.24%
CO Colorado Springs $38860 $29K – $60K 470 0.19%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $48070 $33K – $78K 4110 0.33%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $41360 $26K – $67K 100 0.08%
CO Grand Junction $40830 $30K – $53K N/A N/A
CO Greeley $44290 $34K – $58K 80 0.10%
CO Pueblo $35630 $31K – $45K N/A N/A
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $56620 $34K – $91K 1080 0.26%
CT Danbury $43950 $33K – $71K 110 0.16%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $49830 $34K – $71K 2110 0.38%
CT New Haven $48850 $35K – $77K 540 0.20%
CT Norwich – New London $42370 $34K – $67K 140 0.11%
CT Waterbury $48600 $27K – $62K 290 0.46%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $62480 $40K – $95K 10850 0.46%
DE Dover $39760 $33K – $53K 120 0.21%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $48640 $35K – $80K 1060 0.33%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $37550 $26K – $58K 520 0.25%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $35530 $26K – $52K 190 0.26%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $35920 $27K – $51K 320 0.21%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $42410 $28K – $59K 3670 0.51%
FL Gainesville $43040 $29K – $59K 200 0.17%
FL Jacksonville $45650 $28K – $64K 1600 0.28%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $38800 $28K – $57K 320 0.17%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $47940 $33K – $74K 3870 0.39%
FL Naples – Marco Island $44670 $27K – $60K 260 0.23%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $44400 $23K – $94K 870 0.36%
FL Ocala $39850 $27K – $84K 190 0.21%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $45170 $29K – $71K 2900 0.29%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $40640 $27K – $57K 260 0.14%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $38750 $28K – $50K 80 0.11%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $40520 $28K – $48K 390 0.26%
FL Port St. Lucie $50850 $34K – $66K 380 0.31%
FL Punta Gorda $30200 $22K – $49K 90 0.22%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $38810 $29K – $53K 80 0.19%
FL Tallahassee $45150 $29K – $62K 640 0.41%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $42500 $28K – $67K 3800 0.34%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $51620 $35K – $74K 2140 0.42%
GA Albany $38700 $27K – $70K 50 0.09%
GA Athens – Clarke County $38780 $32K – $65K 70 0.09%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $48770 $37890 $30K – $63K 250 0.12%
GA Brunswick $37260 $28K – $60K 40 0.11%
GA Columbus $37810 $24K – $73K 140 0.13%
GA Dalton $53000 $37K – $88K 30 0.05%
GA Gainesville $43500 $32K – $57K 140 0.19%
GA Macon $33560 $25K – $70K 240 0.25%
GA Rome $36830 $30K – $81K 50 0.13%
GA Savannah $45100 $38K – $80K 260 0.18%
GA Valdosta $43780 $27K – $58K 60 0.12%
HI Honolulu $52950 $36K – $78K 520 0.12%
IA Ames $42340 $29K – $54K 40 0.10%
IA Cedar Rapids $43780 $23K – $65K 290 0.21%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $40220 $30K – $54K 270 0.15%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $48970 $34K – $62K 830 0.26%
IA Dubuque $38480 $26K – $51K 100 0.17%
IA Iowa City $34840 $25K – $49K 110 0.13%
IA Sioux City $42630 $32K – $59K 110 0.15%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $38910 $28K – $49K 130 0.15%
ID Boise City – Nampa $40510 $25K – $61K 480 0.18%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $42590 $27K – $69K 100 0.20%
ID Idaho Falls $34220 $26K – $44K 110 0.22%
ID Pocatello $28820 $25K – $47K 90 0.27%
IL Bloomington – Normal $37020 $26K – $56K N/A N/A
IL Champaign – Urbana $26450 $21K – $46K 170 0.18%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $52770 $33K – $74K 9700 0.27%
IL Decatur $46060 $34K – $57K 40 0.07%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $45240 $19K – $72K 420 0.11%
IL Peoria $40210 $31K – $58K 260 0.15%
IL Rockford $36300 $26K – $63K 80 0.06%
IL Springfield $47930 $30K – $70K 140 0.13%
IN Bloomington $34880 $17K – $46K 50 0.07%
IN Columbus $35530 $26K – $47K 70 0.14%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $29280 $22K – $41K 140 0.12%
IN Evansville $30030 $22K – $48K 290 0.17%
IN Fort Wayne $35750 $27K – $56K 470 0.24%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $31760 $24K – $49K 330 0.13%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $39940 $28K – $69K 1740 0.20%
IN Kokomo $41730 $28K – $47K 40 0.11%
IN Lafayette $43560 $29K – $59K 30 0.04%
IN Muncie $32160 $24K – $41K 70 0.16%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $41530 $32K – $51K 120 0.10%
IN Terre Haute $26250 $20K – $38K 160 0.24%
KS Lawrence $35780 $27K – $46K N/A N/A
KS Manhattan $42060 $22K – $60K 90 0.17%
KS Topeka $38520 $26K – $55K 220 0.20%
KS Wichita $44150 $26K – $62K 550 0.20%
KY Bowling Green $44260 $31K – $58K 100 0.17%
KY Elizabethtown $38780 $22K – $61K 70 0.15%
KY Lexington – Fayette $41610 $28K – $66K 320 0.13%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $39790 $27K – $58K 1220 0.21%
KY Owensboro $33400 $25K – $52K 50 0.11%
LA Alexandria $53070 $32K – $80K 50 0.08%
LA Baton Rouge $43240 $27K – $58K 700 0.19%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $23420 $20K – $45K 40 0.05%
LA Lafayette $39050 $27K – $57K 310 0.21%
LA Lake Charles $33500 $25K – $46K 150 0.17%
LA Monroe $41140 $31K – $54K 90 0.12%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $45890 $23K – $64K 1810 0.35%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $38300 $31K – $56K 360 0.21%
MA Barnstable Town $48340 $34K – $69K N/A N/A
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $48070 $33K – $83K 4440 0.26%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $46380 $40K – $61K N/A N/A
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $43350 $33K – $67K 240 0.15%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $43620 $29K – $59K N/A N/A
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $44040 $29K – $64K 110 0.19%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $50100 $33K – $67K 320 0.27%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $54780 $42K – $82K 170 0.16%
MA Pittsfield $42290 $34K – $55K 50 0.15%
MA Springfield $43540 $31K – $60K 490 0.17%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $52370 $32K – $64K 60 0.15%
MA Worcester $45780 $39K – $62K 430 0.18%
MD Baltimore – Towson $50070 $29K – $67K 3690 0.29%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $55510 $33K – $77K 1190 0.21%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $51630 $30K – $65K 270 0.27%
MD Salisbury $42190 $35K – $47K 40 0.09%
ME Bangor $33390 $26K – $50K 130 0.20%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $41830 $28K – $57K 150 0.32%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $52170 $37K – $63K 590 0.30%
MI Ann Arbor $45010 $27K – $67K 190 0.10%
MI Battle Creek $42570 $34K – $54K 30 0.06%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $54460 $39K – $76K 820 0.12%
MI Flint $46950 $39K – $105K 100 0.08%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $47630 $35K – $75K 440 0.12%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $30960 $26K – $44K 70 0.07%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $42360 $33K – $65K 70 0.06%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $48880 $31K – $68K 170 0.09%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $43560 $40K – $47K N/A N/A
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $42920 $34K – $49K 40 0.08%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $48780 $31K – $71K 2460 0.23%
MN Duluth $46320 $36K – $60K 110 0.09%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $38850 $28K – $56K 80 0.18%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $54150 $33K – $81K 3560 0.20%
MN Rochester $38760 $31K – $64K 120 0.12%
MN St. Cloud $43420 $26K – $59K 130 0.13%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $23700 $20K – $45K 40 0.10%
MO Columbia $33440 $26K – $57K 120 0.14%
MO Jefferson City $35710 $28K – $71K 120 0.17%
MO Joplin $29890 $19K – $66K 90 0.11%
MO Kansas City $51020 $31K – $70K 2230 0.23%
MO Springfield $40610 $25K – $65K 380 0.20%
MO St. Joseph $36690 $26K – $46K 70 0.14%
MO St. Louis $49070 $32K – $71K 2200 0.17%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $37060 $32K – $58K 100 0.10%
MS Hattiesburg $40310 $30K – $48K N/A N/A
MS Jackson $37820 $27K – $66K 950 0.38%
MS Pascagoula $38630 $32K – $47K N/A N/A
MT Billings $38360 $30K – $55K 210 0.26%
MT Great Falls $43040 $24K – $59K N/A N/A
MT Missoula $36520 $27K – $50K 160 0.29%
NC Asheville $39680 $31K – $52K 400 0.23%
NC Burlington $38420 $29K – $60K 60 0.11%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $41670 $29K – $68K 2140 0.25%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $39140 $27K – $61K 580 0.21%
NC Fayetteville $34950 $26K – $49K 220 0.17%
NC Goldsboro $30820 $23K – $48K 100 0.25%
NC Greensboro – High Point $38350 $27K – $57K 770 0.22%
NC Greenville $40760 $22K – $48K 170 0.23%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $35600 $28K – $47K 160 0.11%
NC Jacksonville $34120 $23K – $46K 130 0.29%
NC Raleigh – Cary $48440 $32K – $71K 1920 0.37%
NC Wilmington $29820 $25K – $47K 470 0.35%
NC Winston – Salem $31880 $24K – $59K 950 0.47%
ND Bismarck $45620 $33K – $59K 110 0.16%
ND Fargo $47020 $33K – $72K 100 0.08%
ND Grand Forks $38720 $23K – $47K 90 0.19%
NE Lincoln $41350 $31K – $55K 260 0.16%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $43110 $29K – $62K 760 0.17%
NH Manchester $41480 $27K – $59K 390 0.39%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $43790 $34K – $57K 80 0.06%
NH Portsmouth $49300 $36K – $59K N/A N/A
NH Rochester – Dover $41960 $25K – $48K 50 0.09%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $48230 $40K – $63K 160 0.12%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $54000 $33K – $84K 770 0.16%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $53190 $36K – $76K 1630 0.17%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $56610 $39K – $87K 2280 0.24%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $57820 $43K – $74K 610 0.28%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $42850 $35K – $49K 40 0.07%
NM Albuquerque $41210 $31K – $60K 1110 0.30%
NM Las Cruces $34300 $25K – $57K 90 0.13%
NM Santa Fe $49040 $35K – $60K 180 0.31%
NV Carson City $50790 $38K – $68K 30 0.12%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $51480 $35K – $70K 1520 0.19%
NV Reno – Sparks $45230 $39K – $69K 240 0.13%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $48100 $30K – $68K 790 0.19%
NY Binghamton $39880 $30K – $48K 160 0.15%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $40520 $28K – $65K 1200 0.23%
NY Glens Falls $44900 $34K – $58K 30 0.06%
NY Ithaca $36010 $31K – $55K N/A N/A
NY Kingston $42730 $36K – $48K N/A N/A
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $55060 $33K – $87K 1950 0.16%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $54230 $36K – $81K 18470 0.36%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $44440 $33K – $67K 240 0.10%
NY Rochester $35120 $21K – $60K 1110 0.23%
NY Syracuse $48750 $35K – $66K 550 0.18%
NY Utica – Rome $37950 $32K – $68K N/A N/A
OH Akron $42670 $27K – $62K 680 0.22%
OH Canton – Massillon $35690 $28K – $50K 170 0.10%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $43940 $29K – $72K 1620 0.17%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $45630 $30K – $70K 1880 0.19%
OH Columbus $42200 $28K – $68K 1350 0.15%
OH Dayton $44910 $30K – $69K 530 0.15%
OH Mansfield $35120 $23K – $65K 50 0.09%
OH Toledo $42590 $25K – $79K 350 0.12%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $31410 $21K – $47K 220 0.10%
OK Lawton $29510 $23K – $49K 40 0.10%
OK Oklahoma City $38650 $18K – $61K 1230 0.21%
OK Tulsa $43580 $24K – $77K 870 0.21%
OR Bend $50520 $41K – $60K 60 0.10%
OR Corvallis $36420 $32K – $46K 50 0.14%
OR Eugene -Springfield $46000 $30K – $64K 130 0.10%
OR Medford $45920 $35K – $59K 40 0.06%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $53350 $34K – $89K 1830 0.18%
OR Salem $45320 $30K – $57K 330 0.23%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $42870 $27K – $62K 570 0.17%
PA Altoona $41500 $27K – $48K 40 0.08%
PA Erie $38680 $32K – $48K 70 0.05%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $46440 $28K – $67K 500 0.16%
PA Lancaster $45560 $24K – $67K 250 0.12%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $57370 $39K – $84K 4780 0.26%
PA Pittsburgh $51400 $30K – $74K 1720 0.15%
PA Reading $50700 $33K – $64K 150 0.09%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $47250 $26K – $59K 470 0.19%
PA State College $44070 $31K – $74K 30 0.05%
PA Williamsport $43100 $21K – $76K 80 0.15%
PA York – Hanover $39210 $29K – $58K 150 0.09%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $32300 $17K – $61K 550 0.07%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $42180 $33K – $71K 1140 0.21%
SC Anderson $36190 $30K – $46K 80 0.14%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $43820 $31K – $62K 810 0.28%
SC Columbia $39920 $23K – $71K 1490 0.44%
SC Florence $33230 $24K – $62K 210 0.26%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $35840 $26K – $59K 580 0.19%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $37360 $26K – $55K 180 0.16%
SC Spartanburg $40810 $32K – $48K 160 0.14%
SC Sumter $29850 $24K – $43K 70 0.20%
SD Rapid City $36930 $32K – $48K 70 0.12%
SD Sioux Falls $39850 $32K – $56K 180 0.13%
TN Chattanooga $43680 $30K – $70K 440 0.20%
TN Clarksville $36110 $21K – $53K 120 0.15%
TN Cleveland $37610 $29K – $64K 40 0.11%
TN Jackson $33600 $19K – $45K 160 0.27%
TN Johnson City $27900 $17K – $38K 40 0.05%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $34650 $27K – $47K 280 0.24%
TN Knoxville $38030 $31K – $65K 720 0.22%
TN Memphis $38380 $23K – $59K 820 0.14%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $44710 $25K – $70K 1770 0.24%
TX Abilene $34030 $26K – $43K N/A N/A
TX Amarillo $35470 $25K – $59K 190 0.17%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $40950 $27K – $70K 2090 0.26%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $43030 $33K – $54K 390 0.25%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $32910 $23K – $59K 220 0.18%
TX College Station – Bryan $43060 $31K – $49K 110 0.11%
TX Corpus Christi $43820 $33K – $59K 250 0.14%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $53490 $33K – $90K 4680 0.22%
TX El Paso $32930 $24K – $54K 360 0.13%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $45410 $28K – $72K 1420 0.16%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $51270 $30K – $89K 5630 0.21%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $35530 $19K – $61K 220 0.17%
TX Laredo $34420 $24K – $73K N/A N/A
TX Longview $38020 $32K – $56K 90 0.09%
TX Lubbock $36680 $27K – $70K 170 0.14%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $47440 $34K – $60K 170 0.08%
TX Midland $34550 $27K – $59K 110 0.15%
TX Odessa $34070 $26K – $48K 50 0.07%
TX San Angelo $38520 $31K – $55K 90 0.20%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $45150 $24K – $90K 1480 0.17%
TX Sherman – Denison $33620 $26K – $59K 120 0.28%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $35920 $23K – $69K 50 0.10%
TX Tyler $42940 $33K – $57K 210 0.23%
TX Victoria $33480 $27K – $56K 40 0.08%
TX Waco $49980 $35K – $63K 130 0.13%
TX Wichita Falls $34710 $27K – $45K 40 0.08%
UT Logan $35230 $27K – $53K 30 0.07%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $37410 $32K – $59K 210 0.11%
UT Provo – Orem $38210 $27K – $76K 280 0.16%
UT Salt Lake City $46780 $32K – $70K 1260 0.20%
UT St. George $43480 $28K – $72K 60 0.13%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $28720 $25K – $46K 80 0.12%
VA Charlottesville $44720 $33K – $63K 230 0.23%
VA Danville $26580 $21K – $43K 80 0.22%
VA Harrisonburg $38350 $32K – $55K 80 0.13%
VA Lynchburg $39630 $27K – $53K 110 0.11%
VA Richmond $43140 $32K – $60K 1690 0.28%
VA Roanoke $45260 $33K – $79K 280 0.19%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $39010 $25K – $62K 1910 0.27%
VA Winchester $41230 $27K – $55K 30 0.06%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $40930 $33K – $66K 270 0.24%
WA Bellingham $46280 $30K – $65K 120 0.15%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $45470 $32K – $62K 180 0.23%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $32110 $26K – $56K N/A N/A
WA Longview $42950 $28K – $58K 30 0.09%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $42120 $32K – $70K 80 0.18%
WA Olympia $51010 $31K – $61K 220 0.24%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $56030 $32K – $83K 3360 0.24%
WA Spokane $39800 $30K – $49K 620 0.32%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $48920 $29K – $75K 560 0.22%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $41220 $34K – $64K 60 0.15%
WA Yakima $45160 $33K – $66K 150 0.19%
WI Appleton $36470 $29K – $52K 140 0.12%
WI Eau Claire $38320 $27K – $48K 60 0.07%
WI Green Bay $39060 $31K – $50K 270 0.16%
WI Janesville $44630 $32K – $58K 40 0.07%
WI La Crosse $34810 $28K – $45K 80 0.11%
WI Madison $47930 $31K – $74K 550 0.16%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $44310 $27K – $67K 1490 0.19%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $34450 $22K – $47K 120 0.13%
WI Racine $38050 $26K – $59K 90 0.12%
WI Sheboygan $35120 $27K – $57K 70 0.13%
WI Wausau $40970 $27K – $55K 80 0.13%
WV Charleston $39420 $28K – $65K 550 0.38%
WV Huntington – Ashland $39680 $25K – $69K 200 0.19%
WV Morgantown $31290 $24K – $47K 190 0.32%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $35870 $26K – $47K 200 0.29%
WV Wheeling $37260 $26K – $71K 170 0.26%
WY Casper $43620 $33K – $65K N/A N/A
WY Cheyenne $46300 $25K – $65K 130 0.29%

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