Report Shows Median Salary of $35,500 for Glaziers
A recent report from the U.S. Census Bureau shows a median salary
of $35,500 for glaziers. The report, which was released in August
2008 and is titled the "Income, Earnings, and Poverty Data
from the 2007 American Community Survey," shows a margin of
error of +/-972.
Likewise, the report shows a median salary of $42, 4000 for Structural
iron and steel workers. This has a margin of error of +/- $3,093.
The report is compiled from the American Community Survey, which
includes about 3 million addresses across the United States and
Puerto Rico, and is conducted in every county throughout the nation.
The information was collected between January and December 2007,
and those interviewed were asked about income for the previous 12-month
period. According to Michele H. Lowe with the U.S. Census Bureaus
no differentiation was made between union and non-union workers.
The earnings reported are median earnings for full-time, year round
civilian workers; because of sample size among glaziers, only median
earnings for men are reported.
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