Skip to main contentSkip to main content
Updating results

Wage

  • Updated

As the raging omicron variant of COVID-19 infects workers across the nation, millions of those whose jobs don't provide paid sick days are having to choose between their health and their paycheck.

Lee-wire
  • Updated

In her State of the State address, Gov. Kathy Hochul outlined a plan to spend $10 billion to bolster health care through a variety of broad initiatives. Labor unions and health care associations are optimistic but are awaiting further details on the bold proposals.

While the median annual wage for full-time working moms is $45,000 nationally, moms in some cities and states earn significantly more or less.

Electricians can enter the field without four-year degrees and can instead opt for a less expensive trade school education or an apprenticeship that allows them to earn while they hone their skills. 

  • Updated

ERIC TRUMP: The president slashed taxes and "wages went through the roof." — Tuesday.

Lee-wire
  • Updated

While a few of Buffalo's best-known restaurants presented an air of sophistication to their patrons, a series of lawsuits allege the many ways restaurant owners attempt to keep tip money from employees.

  • Updated

Data on the gender wage gap, women’s median earnings, men’s median earnings, and the industries and occupations with the smallest and largest gender wage gaps come from the Census Bureau’s 2018 American Community Survey (ACS). The gender wage gap is defined as the ratio of full-time working women’s annual earnings to full-time working men’s annual earnings. Industries and occupations with the smallest and largest gender wage gaps are also identified using the ratio of full-time working women’s annual earnings to full-time working men’s annual earnings.

  • Updated

To identify the best metropolitan areas for construction workers, a composite score was calculated based on the following metrics:

  • Updated

The data used in this analysis is from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment Statistics and Employment Projections surveys. To find the highest-paying healthcare occupations that don’t require a professional degree, only Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations were considered. Occupations requiring a professional degree were filtered out. The remaining occupations were ordered by their median annual wage for 2018 (rounded to the nearest thousand). Median annual wages and total employment are for 2018; whereas, the projected employment growth is for 2016-2026. Wage data cover non-farm wage and salary workers and does not cover the self-employed, owners and partners in unincorporated firms, or household workers.

Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device.

Topics

News Alerts

Breaking News