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Occupational Employment and Wages
Major Industry Staffing Pattern Data for Specific Occupations


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The Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance has produced occupational employment and wage industry staffing pattern data for the Commonwealth and for the 16 Workforce Development Areas (WDA's). The May 2017 data are available.

To obtain occupational industry staffing pattern data, please select the area and the 2, or 3-digit industry from the drop-down menus below. The published data, in Excel format, includes the occupation's employment data as well as the hourly and annual mean, median, entry and experienced wages.

Occupational Employment Statistics May 2017 Staffing Pattern Technical Notes
How to use the Industry Staffing Pattern Data
Industry Staffing Pattern Data

Beginning with the first quarter 2013, the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wage (QCEW) program moved employees in NAICS code 814110-Private Households (Out of scope in the OES Program) to Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities NAICS 624120. This caused a large increase in employment for Personal Care Aides, SOC code 39-9021 for the May 2017 publication data.

A note to data users: If you have any questions regarding the data please email Detlmi@MassMail.State.MA.US

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  Instructions: Follow the steps below to set up your query for OES information...
 1.
Select the Geography
Choose an area type from the list. If 'State' is chosen, the next box will be defaulted to 'Massachusetts.'
 
 2.
Select the Specific Geographical Area
 
 3.
Select the Occupation
To search for an occupation, enter the keywords below and click the 'Search' button to view a list of occupations.
  

 
 
If you know the code of the Occupation or Occupational Group, select it from the list below.


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