New Hampshire Occupational Employment and Wages contains wage and employment estimates for roughly 600 occupations in New Hampshire. Data tables include job title, SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) code, estimated employment, entry level wage, mean (average) wage, median wage, and experienced wage. Our latest print publication contains data from May 2015 - aged to June 2016.
Full Publication: May 2015 - aged to June 2016 (1,242k)
New Hampshire Occupational Employment and Wages Sections - 2016
|Claremont-Charlestown Area||Greater Concord Area|
|Conway-Wolfeboro Area||Dover-Durham Area|
|Hampstead-Seabrook Area||Keene Area|
|Laconia-Belmont Area||Lebanon-Hanover Area|
|Manchester Area||Nashua-Derry Area|
|Northern NH Area||Pelham Town|
|Peterborough Area||Plymouth Area|
|Portsmouth Area||Raymond Area|
|Dictionary of Occupations||Alphabetical List of Occupations|
For a more interactive way to access the data, use the following wage tables in HTML format. Compare pay rates across substate areas for each occupation.
June 2016 Occupational Wage Data 1
Updating occupational wages gives our data users a better idea of current wage estimates. New Hampshire Employment Security used the Employment Cost Index (ECI) 2 to update its May 2015 occupational wage data set (the latest available) to June 2016.
Wage tables for New Hampshire, its 17 wage areas and 10 counties are available. The occupations are interactive; simply click on a job title to bring up an Area Profile that contains a job definition, color maps, and other helpful graphs and tables. For a full tutorial on how to use the tables, select How to Use Wage Survey Data.
1 The updated wage data are not official Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data series and have not been validated by BLS.
2 The Employment Cost Index (ECI) is a quarterly measure of changes in labor costs. For more detailed information about the ECI, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics Web site at www.bls.gov/ect/.
Please note that the wage data provided on this site does not meet the legal requirements for use in Prevailing Wage Determinations for the permanent labor certification program or the temporary H-1B program. For information on obtaining Foreign Labor Certification prevailing wage data, please visit the NHES Foreign Certification page.
The Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau's Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) program, in cooperation with the United States Department of Labor, conducts a semi-annual mail and telephone survey of non-farm employers to produce estimates of occupational employment and wages. For more information about the OES survey, please visit the national OES website: www.bls.gov/oes.
The wage data published on this site are possible due to the thousands of Granite State employers who voluntarily participated in this process. We thank them for their assistance.
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