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Education

What’s Needed:

  • Although most modern plumbers do attend one-year certificate programs or two-year associate’s degree programs at vocational colleges this often isn’t a requirement of the job.
  • The vast majority of these workers must enroll in an exhaustive apprenticeship that can last for four to five years.
  • Industry standards require apprentices to complete at least 1700 hours of on-the-job training as well as nearly 250 hours of classroom and technical experience on an annual basis.
  • Apprentices who successfully complete the requirements become journey workers. Those who wish to become master plumbers or plumbing engineers must accumulate several years of job experience and may need to attend additional educational programs.

What you study:

Aspiring plumbers pipefitters and steamfitters typically cover the following subject areas during their apprenticeships:

  • Workplace safety
  • Municipal and state-level building codes
  • Soldering and welding techniques
  • Mathematics
  • Blueprint reading/drafting
  • Physics
  • Chemistry


Video Overview

Shows a quick introduction into a plumbing career. Created for the US Dept. of Labor.


A Day in the Life

Now that you work in-house for a plumbing and HVAC contracting company you’re able to spend plenty of time with your family in the evenings and on the weekends.

When you started thinking seriously about going into the plumbing business you were amazed at the sheer diversity of the opportunities that the field presented. To your surprise you learned that just one in six plumbers is self-employed.

After realizing that self-employed plumbers need to be on call at all hours of the night and may have to work significant amounts of overtime you opted for a position that allowed for a slightly better work-life balance. Now that you work in-house for a plumbing and HVAC contracting company you don’t earn quite as much as a self-employed plumber. However you’re able to spend plenty of time with your family in the evenings and on the weekends.

From time to time you consult a copy of the building’s blueprint to ensure that you’re not making any false moves.

You also enjoy the fact that you aren’t required to work in a set location. In the course of a typical month you may visit five or 10 discrete locations to install new piping make repairs to existing plumbing or set up an upgraded HVAC system.

Today you’ll be helping to install an HVAC system in a new office building near your hometown. Since your title is "assistant plumber" you’ll be working under the "master plumber" at your construction site.

You arrive at 8 a.m. and quickly check in with your supervisor. Once you’ve strapped on your hard hat you’re sent to a half-finished room on the first floor. For the first part of the day you’ll be using a welding gun and soldering iron to fit lengths of steel pipe together for the building’s sprinkler system. Between each length you add a directional widget that allows for the attachment of a "spur" pipe. Later you’ll attach actual sprinkler heads to these spurs to create a functioning fire safety system.

As you drive home you think about the progress that your team made today and look forward to doing more tomorrow.

As you work you need to ensure that you don’t disturb any of the recently installed electrical components in the walls and ceilings of the building. From time to time you consult a copy of the building’s blueprints to ensure that you’re not making any false moves.

After your hour-long lunch break you come to an obstacle that requires a pipe to deviate from its planned course. After checking with the master plumber and project engineer to ensure that it’s fine to do so you use a pipe-cutting saw to cut the pipe to an appropriate length. Then you and a helper use a pipe-bending machine to bend another length of pipe around the obstacle.

By the end of the day you’ve installed ceiling piping in three separate spaces on the building’s first floor. Although there’s more work to be done you’re excited to begin testing the lengths of pipe that you’ve put together. Later in the week you expect to move into the building’s bathrooms and begin installing copper pipes for its sewage disposal system.

You walk out of the building right at 5 p.m. Although you’ve worked plenty of overtime in the past this project remains on schedule and you’ve thus far been able to adhere to a 40-hour workweek. As you drive home you think about the progress that your team made today and look forward to doing more tomorrow.


Certifications and Licensing

Plumbers and steamfitters who work in the United States must generally carry a state-issued license. In order to obtain this certification aspirants must demonstrate that they have at least two years of on-the-job experience. This experience is typically gained over the course of an apprenticeship. License applicants must also pass a state-level licensing exam that tests their knowledge of building codes safety protocols and general plumbing knowledge. Although some pipefitters must also be licensed they may not be subject to such onerous requirements. Those who wish to go into any of these fields are advised to check with their state’s regulatory authority for certification information.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

Since plumbing pipefitting and steamfitting is a diverse industry it’s difficult to generalize about the work hours and environments that its practitioners face. In general self-employed plumbers must be on call on a 24-hour basis and may need to work overtime during busy periods of the year. Self-employed plumbers and HVAC contractors don’t generally work in a fixed location. In fact these workers may be required to travel a great deal to perform their duties.

Work location:

On the other hand those who work in factories or other facilities may remain onsite for the vast majority of their working hours. These individuals also work full-time and may need to perform overtime work as necessary. Due to the hands-on nature of their work these employees can’t work from home.


Recommended Websites

These websites are useful for anyone who wishes to pursue a career as a plumber or pipefitter:

  • Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors’ Association — As a major American trade association for plumbers pipefitters and HVAC technicians the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors’ Association offers a number of resources for aspiring plumbers. In addition to informational white papers webinars and advocacy resources it also maintains a complete listing of career resources educational requirements and even scholarship support for aspiring students. The PHCCA also maintains fruitful connections with a variety of employers around the industry.
  • U.S. Department of Labor — Through the Bureau of Labor Statistics the U.S. Department of Labor maintains a comprehensive primer on careers in the plumbing pipefitting and steamfitting industry. Although it doesn’t contain dedicated job postings it offers information about salary expectations job-growth outlook educational requirements and licensing demands.
  • American Society of Plumbing Engineers — Since most of the ASPE’s members work in industrial settings or high-skill occupations the ASPE tailors most of its job listings to this sub-field. However it also offers a wealth of general information about plumbing and pipefitting careers at large including job listings educational requirements and licensing advice. It also maintains a robust professional development network.
  • United Association of Plumbers Fitters Welders and HVAC Service Techs — This large organization serves as a trade union for plumbers pipefitters and HVAC service technicians in the U.S. and Canada. Since it focuses on journeymen plumbers and steamfitters the UA is a crucial resource for individuals who wish to obtain licenses and educational credentials in these specific sub-fields. It also offers career-related support professional development and networking services that put aspiring plumbers in touch with prospective employers.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $67440 $39K – $94K 840 0.49%
AK Fairbanks $62710 $40K – $92K 230 0.63%
AL Anniston – Oxford $35190 $22K – $51K 80 0.18%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $40530 $25K – $54K 1150 0.24%
AL Decatur $38450 $26K – $47K 150 0.29%
AL Dothan $44050 $27K – $70K N/A N/A
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $44830 $33K – $69K 200 0.39%
AL Gadsden $33790 $22K – $47K 90 0.28%
AL Huntsville $41090 $23K – $67K 510 0.25%
AL Mobile $36370 $25K – $54K 770 0.46%
AL Montgomery $38760 $27K – $51K 270 0.17%
AL Tuscaloosa $43160 $24K – $59K 320 0.36%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $45270 $26K – $64K 650 0.32%
AR Fort Smith $38800 $25K – $56K 350 0.31%
AR Hot Springs $31300 $22K – $57K 130 0.38%
AR Jonesboro $33180 $21K – $43K 130 0.27%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $45080 $29K – $60K 780 0.23%
AR Pine Bluff $38340 $30K – $52K 60 0.18%
AZ Flagstaff $37470 $31K – $47K 100 0.18%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $53150 $30K – $75K 140 0.31%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $51700 $33K – $74K 3370 0.19%
AZ Prescott $43580 $38K – $65K 120 0.22%
AZ Tucson $39780 $31K – $58K 790 0.23%
AZ Yuma $28580 $24K – $42K N/A N/A
CA Bakersfield – Delano $48490 $32K – $66K 630 0.23%
CA Chico $45270 $21K – $72K 140 0.20%
CA El Centro $51100 $26K – $59K 80 0.14%
CA Fresno $50320 $33K – $83K 440 0.14%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $50540 $28K – $62K 50 0.14%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $67270 $37K – $95K 6920 0.18%
CA Madera – Chowchilla $38230 $32K – $65K 130 0.33%
CA Merced $46740 $26K – $61K 40 0.06%
CA Modesto $49070 $32K – $75K 240 0.16%
CA Napa $55200 $36K – $102K 80 0.13%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $64740 $37K – $114K 2850 0.29%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $45640 $28K – $60K 400 0.14%
CA Redding $46770 $27K – $84K 80 0.14%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $45090 $27K – $68K 2190 0.19%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $44920 $27K – $81K 2000 0.25%
CA Salinas $57040 $33K – $103K 180 0.12%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $52990 $33K – $94K 3870 0.31%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $68930 $33K – $129K 1830 0.18%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $82640 $42K – $117K 1750 0.19%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $54080 $30K – $72K 100 0.10%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $47320 $27K – $76K 3290 0.23%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $54190 $35K – $89K 510 0.31%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $53730 $40K – $66K 110 0.13%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $51580 $34K – $89K 390 0.22%
CA Stockton $66830 $29K – $93K 280 0.14%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $56250 $36K – $106K 280 0.23%
CA Visalia – Porterville $39690 $22K – $58K 200 0.15%
CA Yuba City $49150 $38K – $86K 80 0.21%
CO Boulder $49070 $29K – $60K 310 0.19%
CO Colorado Springs $43220 $28K – $59K 690 0.28%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $47160 $31K – $67K 3220 0.26%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $46020 $18K – $78K 620 0.46%
CO Grand Junction $42000 $26K – $59K 180 0.31%
CO Greeley $51640 $30K – $75K 510 0.64%
CO Pueblo $52850 $34K – $73K 190 0.34%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $57710 $32K – $94K 710 0.17%
CT Danbury $44500 $28K – $67K 190 0.28%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $59810 $35K – $92K 1340 0.24%
CT New Haven $57170 $37K – $90K 920 0.34%
CT Norwich – New London $52320 $38K – $74K 400 0.31%
CT Waterbury $47630 $29K – $97K 200 0.32%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $53920 $28K – $88K 6780 0.29%
DE Dover $37320 $25K – $68K 100 0.18%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $58120 $32K – $75K N/A N/A
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $35600 $27K – $50K 500 0.25%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $39580 $32K – $50K N/A N/A
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $36980 $31K – $52K 60 0.04%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $51770 $31K – $78K 1450 0.20%
FL Gainesville $35020 $19K – $57K 290 0.25%
FL Jacksonville $40550 $26K – $59K 1450 0.25%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $31450 $21K – $47K 370 0.19%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $41770 $30K – $67K 1040 0.10%
FL Naples – Marco Island $43850 $31K – $58K 500 0.43%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $33300 $22K – $46K 720 0.30%
FL Ocala $31890 $21K – $45K 270 0.30%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $35510 $26K – $48K 2170 0.21%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $40170 $29K – $69K 420 0.22%
FL Palm Coast $34630 $27K – $49K N/A N/A
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $35230 $24K – $47K 260 0.37%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $34560 $26K – $55K 250 0.17%
FL Port St. Lucie $31880 $19K – $47K 410 0.34%
FL Punta Gorda $33770 $27K – $40K N/A N/A
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $38240 $25K – $48K 60 0.13%
FL Tallahassee $36600 $25K – $86K 220 0.14%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $39610 $30K – $48K 2400 0.21%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $43680 $31K – $58K 1260 0.25%
GA Albany $43610 $32K – $59K 40 210 0.27%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $42890 $28K – $71K 4660 0.21%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $44090 $29K – $60K 630 0.31%
GA Brunswick $28870 $25K – $59K N/A N/A
GA Columbus $38210 $26K – $53K 270 0.24%
GA Gainesville $40190 $26K – $56K 130 0.18%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $49700 $31K – $69K N/A N/A
GA Macon $33550 $25K – $46K 220 0.23%
GA Rome $43670 $30K – $69K 70 0.20%
GA Savannah $46890 $32K – $62K 270 0.18%
GA Valdosta $33160 $21K – $44K 90 0.19%
GA Warner Robins $48150 $21K – $54K 80 0.15%
HI Honolulu $64670 $37K – $88K 1510 0.35%
IA Ames $47720 $34K – $69K 60 0.16%
IA Cedar Rapids $62410 $33K – $75K 640 0.46%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $58500 $34K – $89K 660 0.37%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $45860 $38K – $70K 790 0.24%
IA Dubuque $47610 $36K – $66K 60 0.11%
IA Iowa City $39070 $17K – $62K 200 0.24%
IA Sioux City $39180 $31K – $71K 290 0.42%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $43210 $27K – $58K 260 0.29%
ID Boise City – Nampa $43530 $30K – $57K 820 0.31%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $37690 $23K – $47K 170 0.34%
ID Idaho Falls $35610 $28K – $45K N/A N/A
ID Lewiston $36630 $22K – $61K N/A N/A
ID Pocatello $38080 $25K – $58K N/A N/A
IL Bloomington – Normal $48030 $34K – $86K 190 0.22%
IL Champaign – Urbana $61580 $34K – $103K 480 0.51%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $74550 $40K – $101K 7040 0.19%
IL Decatur N/A N/A – N/A 90 0.18%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $79370 $29K – $95K 80 0.20%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $74570 $29K – $109K 780 0.21%
IL Peoria $66110 $48K – $86K 690 0.38%
IL Rockford $62870 $34K – $99K 160 0.11%
IL Springfield $62000 $32K – $93K 240 0.22%
IN Anderson $42090 $31K – $57K 40 0.12%
IN Bloomington $35740 $28K – $54K 150 0.20%
IN Columbus $36250 $25K – $75K 110 0.23%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $59510 $35K – $77K 180 0.16%
IN Evansville $64150 $37K – $80K 950 0.56%
IN Fort Wayne $59470 $34K – $77K 770 0.39%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $77120 $41K – $93K 1860 0.70%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $51400 $32K – $91K 4240 0.48%
IN Kokomo $67010 $37K – $80K 230 0.57%
IN Lafayette $40800 $30K – $70K 160 0.19%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $61780 $33K – $89K 120 0.29%
IN Muncie $40790 $29K – $66K 80 0.18%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $61830 $32K – $75K 360 0.29%
KS Lawrence $40010 $26K – $54K N/A N/A
KS Manhattan $54910 $34K – $73K 170 0.33%
KS Topeka $54930 $30K – $73K 250 0.23%
KS Wichita $45680 $27K – $73K 1020 0.36%
KY Bowling Green N/A N/A – N/A 260 0.45%
KY Elizabethtown $36350 $21K – $95K 140 0.30%
KY Lexington – Fayette $42340 $29K – $69K 720 0.29%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $45020 $22K – $72K 2070 0.35%
KY Owensboro $41760 $27K – $64K 150 0.30%
LA Alexandria $35240 $28K – $51K 210 0.33%
LA Baton Rouge $46900 $31K – $59K 2370 0.66%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $46760 $31K – $76K 410 0.44%
LA Lafayette $38150 $27K – $67K 280 0.18%
LA Lake Charles $43810 $28K – $59K 440 0.51%
LA Monroe $39610 $31K – $50K 90 0.12%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $43090 $33K – $58K 1960 0.38%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $45630 $27K – $68K 430 0.24%
MA Barnstable Town $56790 $35K – $78K 180 0.19%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $70830 $41K – $112K 4100 0.24%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $55090 $49K – $63K 180 0.21%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $63690 $50K – $82K 180 0.12%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $54250 $40K – $93K 400 0.52%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $62250 $40K – $75K 70 0.12%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $63330 $45K – $87K 180 0.39%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $53790 $39K – $76K 490 0.42%
MA New Bedford $51700 $32K – $83K 210 0.33%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $70390 $42K – $110K 400 0.39%
MA Pittsfield $53720 $23K – $74K 90 0.27%
MA Springfield $56250 $34K – $84K 830 0.29%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $77530 $43K – $112K 130 0.31%
MA Worcester $55240 $28K – $80K 700 0.29%
MD Baltimore – Towson $51460 $31K – $86K 6170 0.49%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $64850 $34K – $99K 1880 0.34%
MD Cumberland $39640 $24K – $65K 80 0.22%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $40520 $29K – $56K 170 0.17%
MD Salisbury $51050 $33K – $103K N/A N/A
ME Bangor $43700 $27K – $58K 160 0.26%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $35480 $21K – $50K 100 0.20%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $41750 $32K – $56K 470 0.24%
MI Ann Arbor $62550 $37K – $75K 400 0.20%
MI Battle Creek $36450 $18K – $74K 40 0.08%
MI Bay City $63060 $31K – $76K 90 0.26%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $65510 $48K – $75K 2370 0.34%
MI Flint $62750 $25K – $76K 600 0.47%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $43290 $30K – $65K 1020 0.27%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $50510 $38K – $58K N/A N/A
MI Jackson $54680 $25K – $84K 120 0.23%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $51430 $26K – $73K 570 0.44%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $46740 $29K – $73K 410 0.21%
MI Monroe $71190 $62K – $89K 80 0.21%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $40800 $26K – $69K 70 0.13%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $60510 $32K – $89K 120 0.22%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $60070 $31K – $86K 140 0.17%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $50100 $29K – $76K 2520 0.24%
MN Duluth $68550 $52K – $85K 210 0.17%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $54600 $41K – $72K 110 0.22%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $68740 $28K – $95K 4480 0.26%
MN Rochester $63260 $38K – $93K 370 0.37%
MN St. Cloud $55930 $33K – $75K 410 0.43%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $47730 $33K – $73K 180 0.43%
MO Columbia $44160 $25K – $70K 230 0.26%
MO Jefferson City $51600 $29K – $81K 190 0.27%
MO Joplin $53270 $32K – $67K N/A N/A
MO Kansas City $56410 $32K – $89K 2120 0.22%
MO Springfield $42470 $27K – $69K 600 0.33%
MO St. Joseph $63030 $28K – $101K 220 0.42%
MO St. Louis $68850 $38K – $90K 4790 0.38%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $38050 $27K – $47K 470 0.46%
MS Hattiesburg $34440 $25K – $47K 220 0.38%
MS Jackson $28270 $21K – $52K 370 0.15%
MS Pascagoula $48210 $27K – $58K 1030 1.96%
MT Billings $55570 $42K – $71K 420 0.51%
MT Great Falls $44560 $28K – $71K 130 0.37%
MT Missoula $51030 $34K – $75K 160 0.29%
NC Asheville $40260 $26K – $59K 320 0.19%
NC Burlington $31820 $26K – $44K 130 0.23%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $40720 $29K – $49K 2150 0.25%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $45380 $32K – $59K 380 0.14%
NC Fayetteville $40210 $28K – $54K 410 0.32%
NC Goldsboro $32490 $26K – $45K 100 0.25%
NC Greensboro – High Point $35560 $26K – $47K 660 0.19%
NC Greenville $35380 $25K – $46K 150 0.20%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $31420 $25K – $40K 100 0.07%
NC Jacksonville $36830 $23K – $56K 160 0.36%
NC Raleigh – Cary $42930 $28K – $65K 1290 0.25%
NC Rocky Mount $35270 $29K – $46K N/A N/A
NC Wilmington $40460 $23K – $56K 450 0.33%
NC Winston – Salem $42390 $29K – $56K 380 0.19%
ND Bismarck $50190 $30K – $58K 210 0.33%
ND Fargo $46500 $29K – $64K 380 0.30%
ND Grand Forks $47000 $32K – $59K 130 0.25%
NE Lincoln $31460 $22K – $56K 190 0.12%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $56780 $31K – $82K 2120 0.47%
NH Manchester $48090 $30K – $67K 420 0.42%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $52720 $35K – $71K 210 0.16%
NH Portsmouth $50320 $36K – $61K 280 0.51%
NH Rochester – Dover $38210 $22K – $57K 70 0.12%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $64330 $44K – $110K 300 0.22%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $61310 $36K – $109K 1270 0.26%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $64940 $49K – $104K 1930 0.20%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $51630 $29K – $94K 2030 0.21%
NJ Ocean City $42840 $22K – $76K 120 0.33%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $69520 $46K – $108K 230 0.11%
NM Albuquerque $44470 $32K – $69K 920 0.25%
NM Farmington $47090 $36K – $85K 220 0.45%
NM Las Cruces $39980 $28K – $48K 170 0.25%
NM Santa Fe $41590 $26K – $59K 80 0.13%
NV Carson City $45660 $27K – $72K 50 0.19%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $69070 $40K – $102K 1580 0.19%
NV Reno – Sparks $53800 $28K – $72K 370 0.20%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $65620 $43K – $83K 1280 0.30%
NY Binghamton $46500 $34K – $68K 230 0.22%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $60210 $32K – $76K 1610 0.30%
NY Elmira $60140 $38K – $75K 130 0.35%
NY Glens Falls $46380 $36K – $61K 120 0.22%
NY Ithaca $61750 $42K – $91K 50 0.10%
NY Kingston $36120 $27K – $53K 180 0.32%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $87510 $44K – $116K 4550 0.37%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $67670 $35K – $109K 11600 0.22%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $63290 $39K – $90K 750 0.31%
NY Rochester $56910 $29K – $74K 980 0.20%
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Syracuse $52000 $33K – $72K 820 0.27%
NY Utica – Rome $47730 $32K – $72K 150 0.12%
OH Akron $47360 $33K – $73K 840 0.27%
OH Canton – Massillon $61950 $33K – $74K 300 0.19%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $50240 $31K – $71K 2640 0.27%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $55120 $34K – $73K 1730 0.17%
OH Columbus $51150 $30K – $98K 1970 0.22%
OH Dayton $29620 $25K – $56K 1190 0.32%
OH Lima $45310 $29K – $70K 120 0.26%
OH Mansfield $37310 $29K – $67K 120 0.25%
OH Sandusky $62010 $44K – $73K 80 0.22%
OH Springfield $38010 $29K – $67K 130 0.26%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $38440 $24K – $73K 30 0.07%
OH Toledo $64090 $29K – $75K 530 0.18%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $53620 $31K – $73K N/A N/A
OK Lawton $41150 $31K – $56K 140 0.33%
OK Oklahoma City $41780 $20K – $59K 1800 0.31%
OK Tulsa $39510 $25K – $59K 1370 0.33%
OR Bend $55490 $39K – $71K 120 0.20%
OR Corvallis $57740 $46K – $72K 40 0.12%
OR Eugene – Springfield $56300 $40K – $86K 340 0.25%
OR Medford $49830 $37K – $82K 140 0.19%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $65690 $44K – $91K 2490 0.25%
OR Salem $54910 $36K – $74K 300 0.21%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $50080 $34K – $105K 790 0.23%
PA Altoona $48260 $38K – $62K 150 0.26%
PA Erie $42880 $27K – $73K 300 0.24%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $46290 $35K – $63K 920 0.30%
PA Johnstown $39270 $21K – $66K 150 0.27%
PA Lancaster $43580 $32K – $61K 680 0.31%
PA Lebanon $41860 $32K – $78K 130 0.27%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $54490 $34K – $88K 4270 0.23%
PA Pittsburgh $51060 $32K – $75K 4810 0.43%
PA Reading $42600 $27K – $60K 610 0.37%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $44490 $29K – $83K 540 0.22%
PA State College $45730 $33K – $69K 140 0.21%
PA Williamsport $34040 $25K – $47K 180 0.34%
PA York – Hanover $43660 $33K – $57K 550 0.31%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $20940 $17K – $26K 840 0.11%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $54470 $35K – $86K 1770 0.33%
SC Anderson $37530 $28K – $47K 190 0.33%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $36870 $23K – $52K 600 0.21%
SC Columbia $35770 $23K – $48K 670 0.20%
SC Florence $33530 $17K – $52K 170 0.21%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $41210 $26K – $56K 590 0.20%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $34040 $25K – $44K 290 0.26%
SC Spartanburg $38230 $27K – $51K 240 0.21%
SC Sumter $35120 $24K – $49K 120 0.35%
SD Rapid City $41110 $28K – $59K 260 0.43%
SD Sioux Falls $41320 $31K – $57K 450 0.33%
TN Chattanooga $34920 $26K – $56K 460 0.20%
TN Clarksville $42580 $27K – $57K 200 0.24%
TN Jackson N/A N/A – N/A 210 0.36%
TN Johnson City $38780 $25K – $52K 210 0.27%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $40540 $25K – $56K 380 0.33%
TN Knoxville $34420 $25K – $48K 1470 0.45%
TN Memphis $38170 $29K – $60K 1170 0.20%
TN Morristown $35460 $22K – $47K 100 0.22%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $44410 $32K – $70K 1650 0.22%
TX Abilene $37600 $25K – $59K 170 0.28%
TX Amarillo $45500 $29K – $67K 440 0.40%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $47420 $27K – $61K 2440 0.30%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $61860 $39K – $72K 1880 1.20%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $32790 $24K – $39K 340 0.27%
TX College Station – Bryan $37040 $23K – $69K 300 0.32%
TX Corpus Christi $37950 $27K – $57K 1260 0.70%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $42920 $24K – $63K 4950 0.24%
TX El Paso $28770 $21K – $47K 730 0.27%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $39810 $28K – $59K 2850 0.32%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $51200 $33K – $68K 9440 0.36%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $36970 $26K – $70K 380 0.30%
TX Laredo $23850 $18K – $36K 90 0.10%
TX Longview $42610 $23K – $60K 340 0.35%
TX Lubbock $38790 $24K – $51K 240 0.19%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $31540 $21K – $49K 470 0.21%
TX Midland $34120 $26K – $52K N/A N/A
TX Odessa $38940 $24K – $47K 240 0.35%
TX San Angelo $43230 $25K – $56K 50 0.12%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $39870 $22K – $57K 1810 0.21%
TX Sherman – Denison $42040 $23K – $65K N/A N/A
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $42930 $30K – $61K N/A N/A
TX Tyler $41600 $28K – $86K 200 0.21%
TX Victoria $44240 $26K – $68K 190 0.38%
TX Waco $53890 $39K – $71K 310 0.31%
TX Wichita Falls $42430 $24K – $67K 150 0.28%
UT Logan $38370 $31K – $62K 90 0.18%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $48140 $31K – $80K 650 0.33%
UT Provo – Orem $47310 $33K – $67K 360 0.20%
UT Salt Lake City $50100 $24K – $70K 1690 0.27%
UT St. George $48350 $40K – $62K N/A N/A
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $37390 $30K – $50K 130 0.20%
VA Charlottesville $41360 $32K – $55K 170 0.18%
VA Danville $45960 $28K – $61K 160 0.44%
VA Harrisonburg $37850 $28K – $52K 200 0.35%
VA Lynchburg $34600 $26K – $46K 70 0.07%
VA Richmond $43560 $30K – $59K 1790 0.30%
VA Roanoke $37590 $26K – $47K 380 0.26%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $43890 $32K – $56K 4380 0.61%
VA Winchester $37310 $29K – $49K 130 0.24%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $42850 $30K – $59K 410 0.36%
WA Bellingham $53850 $35K – $75K 380 0.51%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $59020 $39K – $98K 730 0.93%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $65300 $35K – $95K 390 0.41%
WA Longview $63370 $37K – $75K 170 0.50%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $66420 $39K – $107K 210 0.49%
WA Olympia $57970 $39K – $82K 170 0.18%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $66500 $44K – $96K 2680 0.19%
WA Spokane $53570 $31K – $73K 320 0.16%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $58260 $34K – $105K 630 0.25%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $44800 $31K – $59K N/A N/A
WA Yakima $70370 $38K – $110K 80 0.10%
WI Appleton $63350 $36K – $76K 700 0.61%
WI Eau Claire $58430 $36K – $79K 180 0.23%
WI Fond du Lac $72510 $46K – $91K 210 0.50%
WI Green Bay $47270 $27K – $86K 570 0.34%
WI Janesville $55490 $40K – $76K 60 0.09%
WI La Crosse $70260 $40K – $90K 180 0.26%
WI Madison $80260 $48K – $94K 680 0.20%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $78630 $52K – $94K 1620 0.20%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $66400 $49K – $97K N/A N/A
WI Racine $55840 $33K – $85K 140 0.18%
WI Sheboygan $66190 $40K – $75K 170 0.31%
WI Wausau $56980 $38K – $92K 200 0.31%
WV Charleston $44130 $25K – $71K 480 0.33%
WV Huntington – Ashland $55210 $32K – $73K 390 0.36%
WV Morgantown $36930 $24K – $58K 110 0.17%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $53530 $35K – $68K 210 0.32%
WV Wheeling $45130 $28K – $67K 80 0.12%
WY Casper $28440 $23K – $58K 100 0.24%
WY Cheyenne $45080 $31K – $72K 170 0.39%

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