The Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics (OEWS) program is a federal-state cooperative effort between the North Carolina Department of Commerce, Labor and Economic Analysis Division (LEAD) and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The OEWS program provides annual estimates of occupational employment and wages for the Nation, State, and Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA). Information is derived from semiannual surveys of employers conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) in collaboration with LEAD. The OEWS program produces occupational data series for the Nation, State of North Carolina, 17 MSAs and 4 Nonmetropolitan geographic areas within North Carolina. Estimates for all occupations are not available for all geographies. Some estimates are suppressed to protect the confidentiality of employer respondents and other estimates are suppressed due to data quality issues. Blank cells in the selected data series indicate that estimates are not available for the selected series, while cells with asterisks indicate data suppression. OEWS data are released on an annual basis and the corresponding data reflect an employment and wage reference period from the prior year. For example, the OEWS data that were released in 2021 reflect a reference period of May of 2020.

 

Occupation:
  • 00-0000 - Total All occupations
  • 11-0000 - Management Occupations
  • 13-0000 - Business and Financial Operations Occupations
  • 15-0000 - Computer and Mathematical Occupations
  • 17-0000 - Architecture and Engineering Occupations
  • 19-0000 - Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations
  • 21-0000 - Community and Social Services Occupations
  • 23-0000 - Legal Occupations
  • 25-0000 - Education, Training, and Library Occupations
  • 27-0000 - Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occ
  • 29-0000 - Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations
  • 31-0000 - Healthcare Support Occupations
  • 33-0000 - Protective Service Occupations
  • 35-0000 - Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations
  • 37-0000 - Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance Occup.
  • 39-0000 - Personal Care and Service Occupations
  • 41-0000 - Sales and Related Occupations
  • 43-0000 - Office and Administrative Support Occupations
  • 45-0000 - Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations
  • 47-0000 - Construction and Extraction Occupations
  • 49-0000 - Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations
  • 51-0000 - Production Occupations
  • 53-0000 - Transportation and Material Moving Occupations
Industry:
  • 000000-Total, All Industries
  • 11 -Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting
  • 113 -Forestry and Logging
  • 1133 -Logging
  • 115 -Agriculture & Forestry Support Activity
  • 1151 -Support Activities for Crop Production
  • 1152 -Support Activities for Animal Production
  • 21 -Mining
  • 2111 -Oil and Gas Extraction
  • 212 -Mining (except Oil and Gas)
  • 2123 -Nonmetallic Mineral Mining and Quarrying
  • 213 -Support Activities for Mining
  • 2131 -Support Activities for Mining
  • 22 -Utilities
  • 221 -Utilities
  • 2211 -Power Generation and Supply
  • 221111-Hydroelectric Power Generation
  • 221112-Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation
  • 221114-Solar Electric Power Generation
  • 221118-Other Electric Power Generation
  • 2212 -Natural Gas Distribution
  • 2213 -Water, Sewage and Other Systems
  • 23 -Construction
  • 236 -Construction of Buildings
  • 2361 -Residential Building Construction
  • 2362 -Nonresidential Building Construction
  • 237 -Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
  • 2371 -Utility System Construction
  • 23713 -Power/Communication System Construction
  • 2372 -Land Subdivision
  • 2373 -Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction
  • 2379 -Other Heavy Construction
  • 238 -Specialty Trade Contractors
  • 2381 -Building Foundation/Exterior Contractors
  • 23811 -Poured Concrete Structure Contractors
  • 23814 -Masonry Contractors
  • 23816 -Roofing Contractors
  • 2382 -Building Equipment Contractors
  • 23821 -Electrical Contractors
  • 23822 -Plumbing and HVAC Contractors
  • 23829 -Other Building Equipment Contractors
  • 2383 -Building Finishing Contractors
  • 23831 -Drywall and Insulation Contractors
  • 23832 -Painting and Wall Covering Contractors
  • 2389 -Other Specialty Trade Contractors
  • 31-33 -Manufacturing
  • 311 -Food Manufacturing
  • 3111 -Animal Food Manufacturing
  • 3112 -Grain and Oilseed Milling
  • 3113 -Sugar/Confectionery Product Manufacture
  • 3114 -Fruit, Vegetable, & Specialty Foods Mfg
  • 3115 -Dairy Product Manufacturing
  • 3116 -Animal Slaughtering and Processing
  • 3117 -Seafood Product Preparation & Packaging
  • 3118 -Bakeries and Tortilla Manufacturing
  • 3119 -Other Food Manufacturing
  • 312 -Beverage & Tobacco Product Manufacturing
  • 3121 -Beverage Manufacturing
  • 3122 -Tobacco Manufacturing
  • 313 -Textile Mills
  • 3131 -Fiber, Yarn, and Thread Mills
  • 3132 -Fabric Mills
  • 3133 -Textile and Fabric Finishing and Fabric
  • 314 -Textile Product Mills
  • 3141 -Textile Furnishings Mills
  • 3149 -Other Textile Product Mills
  • 315 -Apparel Manufacturing
  • 3151 -Apparel Knitting Mills
  • 3152 -Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing
  • 3159 -Accessories and Other Apparel Mfg
  • 316 -Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing
  • 3161 -Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing
  • 3162 -Footwear Manufacturing
  • 3169 -Other Leather Product Manufacturing
  • 321 -Wood Product Manufacturing
  • 3211 -Sawmills and Wood Preservation
  • 3212 -Veneer and Engineered Wood Products
  • 3219 -Other Wood Product Manufacturing
  • 322 -Paper Manufacturing
  • 3221 -Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills
  • 3222 -Converted Paper Product Manufacturing
  • 323 -Printing and Related Support Activities
  • 3231 -Printing and Related Support Activities
  • 324 -Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing
  • 3241 -Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing
  • 325 -Chemical Manufacturing
  • 3250A1-Chemical Manufacturing (3251,3252,3253,3259 Only)
  • 3250A2-Chemical Manufacturing (3255,3256 Only)
  • 3251 -Basic Chemical Manufacturing
  • 3252 -Resin, Rubber, and Synthetic Fibers
  • 3253 -Agricultural Chemical Manufacturing
  • 3254 -Pharmaceutical & Medicine Manufacturing
  • 3255 -Paint, Coating, & Adhesive Manufacturing
  • 3256 -Cleaning Compound and Toiletry Mfg
  • 3259 -Other Chemical Preparation Manufacturing
  • 326 -Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing
  • 3261 -Plastics Product Manufacturing
  • 3262 -Rubber Product Manufacturing
  • 327 -Nonmetallic Mineral Product Mfg
  • 3271 -Clay Product & Refractory Manufacturing
  • 3272 -Glass and Glass Product Manufacturing
  • 3273 -Cement & Concrete Product Manufacturing
  • 3274 -Lime and Gypsum Product Manufacturing
  • 3279 -Other Nonmetallic Mineral Products
  • 331 -Primary Metal Manufacturing
  • 3311 -Iron and Steel Mills and Ferroalloys
  • 3312 -Purchased Steel Product Manufacturing
  • 3313 -Alumina and Aluminum Production
  • 3314 -Other Nonferrous Metal Production
  • 3315 -Foundries
  • 332 -Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing
  • 3320A1-Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (3321,3322,3325,3326,3329 Only)
  • 3320A2-Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (3323,3324 Only)
  • 3321 -Forging and Stamping
  • 3322 -Cutlery and Handtool Manufacturing
  • 3323 -Architectural and Structural Metals
  • 3324 -Boilers, Tanks, and Shipping Containers
  • 3325 -Hardware Manufacturing
  • 3326 -Spring and Wire Product Manufacturing
  • 3327 -Machine Shops and Threaded Products
  • 33271 -Machine Shops
  • 33272 -Turned Products & Screws, Nuts, & Bolts
  • 3328 -Coating, Engraving & Heat Treating Metal
  • 3329 -Other Fabricated Metal Product Mfg
  • 333 -Machinery Manufacturing
  • 3330A1-Machinery Manufacturing(3331,3332,3334,3339 Only)
  • 3331 -Ag., Construction, and Mining Machinery
  • 3332 -Industrial Machinery Manufacturing
  • 3333 -Commercial & Service Industry Machinery
  • 3334 -HVAC and Commercial Refrigeration Equip
  • 3335 -Metalworking Machinery Manufacturing
  • 3336 -Turbine and Power Transmission Equipment
  • 3339 -Other General Purpose Machinery Mfg
  • 334 -Computer and Electronic Product Mfg
  • 3341 -Computers and Peripheral Equipment
  • 3342 -Communications Equipment Manufacturing
  • 3343 -Audio and Video Equipment Manufacturing
  • 3344 -Semiconductor and Electronic Components
  • 3345 -Electronic Instrument Manufacturing
  • 3346 -Magnetic Media Manufacture & Reproducing
  • 335 -Electrical Equipment and Appliances
  • 3351 -Electric Lighting Equipment Mfg
  • 3352 -Household Appliance Manufacturing
  • 3353 -Electrical Equipment Manufacturing
  • 3359 -Other Electrical Equipment & Components
  • 336 -Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
  • 3361 -Motor Vehicle Manufacturing
  • 3362 -Motor Vehicle Body and Trailer Mfg
  • 3363 -Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing
  • 3364 -Aerospace Product & Parts Manufacturing
  • 3365 -Railroad Rolling Stock Manufacturing
  • 3366 -Ship and Boat Building
  • 3369 -Other Transportation Equipment Mfg
  • 337 -Furniture and Related Product Mfg
  • 3370A1-Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing(3371,3372 Only)
  • 3371 -Household and Institutional Furniture
  • 3372 -Office Furniture and Fixtures Mfg
  • 3379 -Other Furniture Related Product Mfg
  • 339 -Miscellaneous Manufacturing
  • 3391 -Medical Equipment and Supplies Mfg
  • 3399 -Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing
  • 33991 -Jewelry and Silverware Manufacturing
  • 42 -Wholesale Trade
  • 423 -Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods
  • 4230A1-Merchant Wholesaler, Durable Goods (4232,4233,4235,4236,4237,4239 Only)
  • 4231 -Motor Vehicle/Part Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4232 -Furniture & Furnishings Merchant Whsle
  • 4233 -Lumber and Supply Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4234 -Commercial Goods Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4235 -Metal and Mineral Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4236 -Electric Goods Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4237 -Hardware & Plumbing Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4238 -Machinery & Supply Merchant Wholesalers
  • 42382 -Farm & Garden Equip Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4239 -Misc Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers
  • 424 -Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods
  • 4240A1-Merchant Wholesaler, Nondurable Goods (4244,4248 Only)
  • 4240A2-Merchant Wholesaler, Nondurable Goods (4242,4246 Only)
  • 4240A3-Merchant Wholesaler, Nondurable Goods (4241,4247,4249 Only)
  • 4241 -Paper/Paper Product Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4242 -Druggists' Goods Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4243 -Apparel/Piece Goods Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4244 -Grocery Product Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4245 -Farm Product Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4246 -Chemical Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4247 -Petroleum Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4248 -Alcoholic Beverage Merchant Wholesalers
  • 4249 -Misc Nondurable Goods Merchant Whsle
  • 425 -Electronic Markets and Agents/Brokers
  • 4251 -Electronic Markets and Agents/Brokers
  • 44-45 -Retail Trade
  • 441 -Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers
  • 4411 -Automobile Dealers
  • 4412 -Other Motor Vehicle Dealers
  • 4413 -Auto Parts, Accessories, and Tire Stores
  • 442 -Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores
  • 4421 -Furniture Stores
  • 4422 -Home Furnishings Stores
  • 443 -Electronics and Appliance Stores
  • 4431 -Electronics and Appliance Stores
  • 444 -Building Material & Garden Supply Stores
  • 4441 -Building Material and Supplies Dealers
  • 4442 -Lawn & Garden Equipment/Supplies Stores
  • 445 -Food and Beverage Stores
  • 4450A1-Food and Beverage Stores (4451,4452 Only)
  • 4451 -Grocery Stores
  • 4452 -Specialty Food Stores
  • 4453 -Beer, Wine, and Liquor Stores
  • 446 -Health and Personal Care Stores
  • 4461 -Health and Personal Care Stores
  • 44611 -Pharmacies and Drug Stores
  • 447 -Gasoline Stations
  • 4471 -Gasoline Stations
  • 448 -Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores
  • 4481 -Clothing Stores
  • 4482 -Shoe Stores
  • 4483 -Jewelry, Luggage & Leather Goods Stores
  • 451 -Sporting Goods/Hobby/Book/Music Stores
  • 4511 -Sporting Goods/Musical Instrument Stores
  • 45111 -Sporting Goods Stores
  • 4512 -Book, Periodical, and Music Stores
  • 452 -General Merchandise Stores
  • 4521 -Department Stores
  • 4529 -Other General Merchandise Stores
  • 453 -Miscellaneous Store Retailers
  • 4530A1-Miscellaneous Store Retailers (4532,4533 Only)
  • 4531 -Florists
  • 4532 -Office Supply, Stationery & Gift Stores
  • 4533 -Used Merchandise Stores
  • 4539 -Other Miscellaneous Store Retailers
  • 454 -Nonstore Retailers
  • 4541 -Electronic Shopping & Mail-Order Houses
  • 4542 -Vending Machine Operators
  • 4543 -Direct Selling Establishments
  • 48-49 -Transportation and Warehousing
  • 481 -Air Transportation
  • 4811 -Scheduled Air Transportation
  • 4812 -Nonscheduled Air Transportation
  • 482 -Rail Transportation
  • 4821 -Rail Transportation
  • 483 -Water Transportation
  • 4831 -Sea, Coastal & Great Lakes Transport
  • 4832 -Inland Water Transportation
  • 484 -Truck Transportation
  • 4841 -General Freight Trucking
  • 4842 -Specialized Freight Trucking
  • 485 -Transit and Ground Passenger Transport
  • 4851 -Urban Transit Systems
  • 4852 -Interurban and Rural Bus Transportation
  • 4853 -Taxi and Limousine Service
  • 4854 -School and Employee Bus Transportation
  • 4855 -Charter Bus Industry
  • 4859 -Other Ground Passenger Transportation
  • 486 -Pipeline Transportation
  • 4862 -Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas
  • 4869 -Other Pipeline Transportation
  • 487 -Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation
  • 4871 -Scenic/Sightseeing Transportation, Land
  • 4872 -Scenic/Sightseeing Transportation, Water
  • 4879 -Scenic/Sightseeing Transportation, Other
  • 488 -Support Activities for Transportation
  • 4881 -Support Activities for Air Transport
  • 4882 -Support Activities for Rail Transport
  • 4883 -Support Activities for Water Transport
  • 4884 -Support Activities, Road Transportation
  • 4885 -Freight Transportation Arrangement
  • 4889 -Other Support Activities for Transport
  • 491 -Postal Service
  • 4911 -Postal Service
  • 492 -Couriers and Messengers
  • 4921 -Couriers
  • 4922 -Local Messengers and Local Delivery
  • 493 -Warehousing and Storage
  • 4931 -Warehousing and Storage
  • 51 -Information
  • 511 -Publishing Industries
  • 5111 -Newspaper, Book, & Directory Publishers
  • 51111 -Newspaper Publishers
  • 5112 -Software Publishers
  • 512 -Motion Picture & Sound Recording Ind
  • 5121 -Motion Picture and Video Industries
  • 51213 -Motion Picture and Video Exhibition
  • 5122 -Sound Recording Industries
  • 515 -Broadcasting (except Internet)
  • 5151 -Radio and Television Broadcasting
  • 51511 -Radio Broadcasting
  • 51512 -Television Broadcasting
  • 5152 -Cable and Other Subscription Programming
  • 5161 -Internet Publishing and Broadcasting
  • 517 -Telecommunications
  • 5171 -Wired Telecommunications Carriers
  • 5172 -Wireless Telecommunications Carriers
  • 5173 -Telecommunications Resellers
  • 5174 -Satellite Telecommunications
  • 5175 -Cable and Other Program Distribution
  • 5179 -Other Telecommunications
  • 518 -ISPs, Search Portals, & Data Processing
  • 5181 -ISPs and Web Search Portals
  • 5182 -Data Processing and Related Services
  • 519 -Other Information Services
  • 5191 -Other Information Services
  • 52 -Finance and Insurance
  • 5211 -Monetary Authorities - Central Bank
  • 522 -Credit Intermediation & Related Activity
  • 5220A1-Credit Intermediation and Related Activities (5221,5223 Only)
  • 5221 -Depository Credit Intermediation
  • 5222 -Nondepository Credit Intermediation
  • 52229 -Other Nondeposit Credit Intermediation
  • 5223 -Activities Rel to Credit Intermediation
  • 523 -Financial Investment & Related Activity
  • 5231 -Security & Commodity Investment Activity
  • 5232 -Securities and Commodity Exchanges
  • 5239 -Other Financial Investment Activities
  • 524 -Insurance Carriers & Related Activities
  • 5241 -Insurance Carriers
  • 524114-Direct Health/Medical Insurance Carriers
  • 52412 -Direct Insurers, except Life and Health
  • 5242 -Insurance Agencies, Brokerages & Support
  • 52421 -Insurance Agencies and Brokerages
  • 52429 -Other Insurance Related Activities
  • 525 -Funds, Trusts & Other Financial Vehicles
  • 5251 -Insurance and Employee Benefit Funds
  • 5259 -Other Investment Pools and Funds
  • 53 -Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
  • 531 -Real Estate
  • 5311 -Lessors of Real Estate
  • 5312 -Offices of Real Estate Agents & Brokers
  • 5313 -Activities Related to Real Estate
  • 532 -Rental and Leasing Services
  • 5320A1-Rental and Leasing Services (5322,5323,5324 Only)
  • 5321 -Automotive Equipment Rental and Leasing
  • 5322 -Consumer Goods Rental
  • 5323 -General Rental Centers
  • 5324 -Machinery & Equipment Rental & Leasing
  • 533 -Lessors, Nonfinancial Intangible Assets
  • 5331 -Lessors, Nonfinancial Intangible Assets
  • 54 -Professional and Technical Services
  • 541 -Professional and Technical Services
  • 5411 -Legal Services
  • 5412 -Accounting and Bookkeeping Services
  • 5413 -Architectural and Engineering Services
  • 54133 -Engineering Services
  • 54138 -Testing Laboratories
  • 5414 -Specialized Design Services
  • 5415 -Computer Systems Design and Rel Services
  • 5416 -Management & Technical Consulting Svc
  • 5417 -Scientific Research and Development Svc
  • 54171 -Physical/Engineering/Biological Research
  • 54172 -Social Science/Humanities Research
  • 5418 -Advertising and Related Services
  • 5419 -Other Professional & Technical Services
  • 54192 -Photographic Services
  • 54194 -Veterinary Services
  • 55 -Management of Companies and Enterprises
  • 551 -Management of Companies and Enterprises
  • 5511 -Management of Companies and Enterprises
  • 56 -Administrative and Waste Services
  • 561 -Administrative and Support Services
  • 5611 -Office Administrative Services
  • 5612 -Facilities Support Services
  • 5613 -Employment Services
  • 56132 -Temporary Help Services
  • 5614 -Business Support Services
  • 5615 -Travel Arrangement & Reservation Service
  • 5616 -Investigation and Security Services
  • 56161 -Security and Armored Car Services
  • 56162 -Security Systems Services
  • 5617 -Services to Buildings and Dwellings
  • 56171 -Exterminating and Pest Control Services
  • 56173 -Landscaping Services
  • 5619 -Other Support Services
  • 562 -Waste Management and Remediation Service
  • 5621 -Waste Collection
  • 5622 -Waste Treatment and Disposal
  • 5629 -Remediation and Other Waste Services
  • 61 -Educational Services
  • 611 -Educational Services
  • 6111 -Elementary and Secondary Schools
  • 6112 -Junior Colleges
  • 6113 -Colleges and Universities
  • 6114 -Business, Computer & Management Training
  • 6115 -Technical and Trade Schools
  • 6116 -Other Schools and Instruction
  • 6117 -Educational Support Services
  • 62 -Health Care and Social Assistance
  • 621 -Ambulatory Health Care Services
  • 6211 -Offices of Physicians
  • 6212 -Offices of Dentists
  • 6213 -Offices of Other Health Practitioners
  • 62131 -Offices of Chiropractors
  • 62132 -Offices of Optometrists
  • 62133 -Offices of Mental Health Practitioners
  • 62134 -Offices of Specialty Therapists
  • 62139 -Offices of All Other Health Practitioner
  • 6214 -Outpatient Care Centers
  • 62142 -Outpatient Mental Health Centers
  • 6215 -Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories
  • 6216 -Home Health Care Services
  • 6219 -Other Ambulatory Health Care Services
  • 62191 -Ambulance Services
  • 62199 -All Other Ambulatory Health Care Svc
  • 622 -Hospitals
  • 6221 -General Medical and Surgical Hospitals
  • 6222 -Psychiatric & Substance Abuse Hospitals
  • 6223 -Other Hospitals
  • 623 -Nursing and Residential Care Facilities
  • 6231 -Nursing Care Facilities
  • 6232 -Residential Mental Health Facilities
  • 62321 -Residential Mental Retardation Facility
  • 62322 -Residental Mental & Substance Abuse Care
  • 6233 -Community Care Facility for the Elderly
  • 6239 -Other Residential Care Facilities
  • 624 -Social Assistance
  • 6241 -Individual and Family Services
  • 62412 -Services for the Elderly and Disabled
  • 6242 -Emergency and Other Relief Services
  • 6243 -Vocational Rehabilitation Services
  • 6244 -Child Day Care Services
  • 71 -Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
  • 711 -Performing Arts and Spectator Sports
  • 7111 -Performing Arts Companies
  • 71111 -Theater Companies and Dinner Theaters
  • 7112 -Spectator Sports
  • 7113 -Performing Arts and Sports Promoters
  • 7114 -Agents and Managers for Public Figures
  • 7115 -Independent Artists/Writers/Performers
  • 712 -Museums, Parks and Historical Sites
  • 7121 -Museums, Parks and Historical Sites
  • 713 -Amusement, Gambling & Recreation Ind
  • 7131 -Amusement Parks and Arcades
  • 7132 -Gambling Industries
  • 7139 -Other Amusement & Recreation Industries
  • 71394 -Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers
  • 72 -Accommodation and Food Services
  • 721 -Accommodation
  • 7211 -Traveler Accommodation
  • 7212 -RV Parks and Recreational Camps
  • 7213 -Rooming and Boarding Houses
  • 722 -Food Services and Drinking Places
  • 7221 -Full-Service Restaurants
  • 7222 -Limited-Service Eating Places
  • 7223 -Special Food Services
  • 7224 -Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages)
  • 7225 -Restaurants
  • 722511-Full-Service Restaurants
  • 81 -Other Services, Ex. Public Admin
  • 811 -Repair and Maintenance
  • 8111 -Automotive Repair and Maintenance
  • 81111 -Automotive Mechanical Repair/Maintenance
  • 81112 -Automotive Body, Interior & Glass Repair
  • 81119 -Other Automotive Repair and Maintenance
  • 8112 -Electronic Equipment Repair/Maintenance
  • 8113 -Commercial Machinery Repair/Maintenance
  • 8114 -Household Goods Repair and Maintenance
  • 812 -Personal and Laundry Services
  • 8121 -Personal Care Services
  • 8122 -Death Care Services
  • 8123 -Drycleaning and Laundry Services
  • 8129 -Other Personal Services
  • 813 -Membership Organizations & Associations
  • 8131 -Religious Organizations
  • 8132 -Grantmaking and Giving Services
  • 8133 -Social Advocacy Organizations
  • 8134 -Civic and Social Organizations
  • 8139 -Professional and Similar Organizations
  • 81393 -Labor Unions & Other Labor Organizations
  • 92 -Public Administration
  • 999 -Public Administration
  • 999 -Unclassified
  • 9991 -Federal Government, Excl Post Office
  • 9992 -State Government, Excl Educ and Hosp
  • 9993 -Local Government, Excl Educ and Hosp
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Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1011Business Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202039075.0*$91,840.00*$71,760.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1021Computer Science Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202023071.0*$96,270.00*$88,690.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1022Mathematical Science Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202023067.0*$71,680.00*$65,310.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1031Architecture Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20205075.0*$97,170.00*$94,750.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1032Engineering Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202026088.0*$89,110.00*$83,910.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1042Biological Science Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202016069.0*$76,870.00*$69,280.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1052Chemistry Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20208073.0*$80,480.00*$75,210.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1053Environmental Science Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20202050.0*$79,040.00*$75,890.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1054Physics Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20205083.0*$109,050.00*$101,570.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1061Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202030100.0*$88,810.00*$84,500.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1063Economics Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20206075.0*$101,210.00*$95,750.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1064Geography Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202050100.0*$82,270.00*$78,520.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1065Political Science Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20207078.0*$84,490.00*$79,750.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1066Psychology Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202012069.0*$76,610.00*$73,170.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1067Sociology Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20207067.0*$76,530.00*$73,530.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1069Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, All OtherTotal, All Industries 20209078.0*$82,300.00*$68,760.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1071Health Specialties Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202035085.0*$74,760.00*$69,750.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1072Nursing Instructors and Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202025085.0*$73,660.00*$73,330.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1081Education Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202025077.0*$72,960.00*$72,130.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1082Library Science Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20207080.0*$93,220.00*$92,060.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1111Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202030082.0*$65,630.00*$63,470.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1112Law Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20204080.0*$69,450.00*$72,460.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1113Social Work Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20207060.0*$95,160.00*$78,560.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1121Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202034073.0*$71,880.00*$68,360.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1122Communications Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20209083.0*$68,980.00*$64,970.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1123English Language and Literature Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202028069.0*$70,560.00*$63,240.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1124Foreign Language and Literature Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202015069.0*$70,440.00*$62,450.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1125History Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20209067.0*$73,290.00*$71,830.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1126Philosophy and Religion Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20208064.0*$84,550.00*$75,300.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1193Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202011075.0*$80,280.00*$71,480.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1194Career/Technical Education Teachers, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20201,08078.0$28.29$58,840.00$28.33$58,920.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-1199Postsecondary Teachers, All OtherTotal, All Industries 202057078.0*$67,870.00*$63,350.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2011Preschool Teachers, Except Special EducationTotal, All Industries 20203,75072.0$13.31$27,680.00$12.45$25,900.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2012Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special EducationTotal, All Industries 20201,24090.0*$49,610.00*$49,220.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2021Elementary School Teachers, Except Special EducationTotal, All Industries 202011,49092.0*$54,020.00*$52,630.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2022Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical EducationTotal, All Industries 20205,12092.0*$54,000.00*$52,810.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2023Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle SchoolTotal, All Industries 202035092.0*$59,590.00*$58,180.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2031Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical EducationTotal, All Industries 20205,89089.0*$54,000.00*$52,710.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2032Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary SchoolTotal, All Industries 202093095.0*$54,590.00*$54,580.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2052Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary SchoolTotal, All Industries 20201,70093.0*$53,620.00*$53,120.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2057Special Education Teachers, Middle SchoolTotal, All Industries 202062092.0*$55,910.00*$55,240.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-2058Special Education Teachers, Secondary SchoolTotal, All Industries 202098088.0*$52,500.00*$53,330.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-3011Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education, and English as a Second Language InstructorsTotal, All Industries 202078090.0$28.95$60,220.00$29.04$60,400.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-3021Self-Enrichment TeachersTotal, All Industries 20202,15084.0$18.34$38,140.00$14.46$30,090.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-3031Substitute Teachers, Short-TermTotal, All Industries 20202,94083.0$12.36$25,720.00$11.91$24,780.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-3097Tutors and Teachers and Instructors, All OtherTotal, All Industries 20201,95094.0*$37,710.00*$31,000.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-4011ArchivistsTotal, All Industries 2020 90.0$32.81$68,240.00$31.08$64,660.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-4012CuratorsTotal, All Industries 20204091.0$27.32$56,820.00$24.40$50,760.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-4022Librarians and Media Collections SpecialistsTotal, All Industries 20201,01088.0$28.83$59,970.00$28.77$59,840.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-4031Library TechniciansTotal, All Industries 202058086.0$17.68$36,780.00$17.70$36,820.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-9021Farm and Home Management EducatorsTotal, All Industries 20201075.0$15.88$33,030.00$15.04$31,290.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-9031Instructional CoordinatorsTotal, All Industries 20201,17084.0$29.43$61,200.00$29.49$61,340.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-9044Teaching Assistants, PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 202014086.0*$28,430.00*$27,820.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-9045Teaching Assistants, Except PostsecondaryTotal, All Industries 20207,21087.0*$26,580.00*$26,320.00
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia MSA25-9099Educational Instruction and Library Workers, All OtherTotal, All Industries 202091086.0$24.87$51,740.00$23.99$49,910.00

Additional information regarding the OEWS program including data for the Nation and other states can be accessed on the Bureau of Labor Statistics website at https://www.bls.gov/oes/home.htm

OEWS industry hierarchy
OEWS occupation hierarchy