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Labor Force Statistics

Martin County’s total labor force was recently reported at 11,640 individuals, with approximately 10,891 employed. The Martin County average annual unemployment rate for 2006 was 5.6%. The county’s most recent unemployment rate was 6.4% in June, 2007.

Martin County Employment and Wages by Occupations|

Occupational Title

Estimated
Employment

Estimated
Entry Wage*
Estimated
Avg. Wage
Estimated
Experienced
Wage**

Bookkeepers, Acct,
& Audit Clerks

70
$9.50
$10.89
$11.58

Cashiers

200
$5.84
$6.40
$6.68

Community
& Social Services Occup.

70
$9.19
$12.65
$14.38

First Line Supervisors/
Managers of Retail

80
$9.82
$12.99
$14.58

General Managers

70
$19.90
$34.91
$42.41

General Office Clerks

210
$7.41
$8.88
$9.48

Licensed Practical
& Licensed Voc. Nurses

80
$18.72
$20.42
$21.27
Nursing Aides, Orderlies, & Attendants
130
$7.67
$8.60
$9.13
Receptionists & Information
Clerks
20
$6.37
$8.17
$9.08
Sales & Related Occupations
520
$5.85
$9.84
$11.83
Secretaries, Except Legal
& Medical
20
$9.58
$11.59
$12.59
Shipping/Receiving Clerks
20
$6.45
$9.08
$10.39
Stock Clerks
NA $5.79 $10.97 $13.56

* The entry wage is the mean of the first third of the wage distribution.

**The experienced wage is the mean of the upper two-thirds of the wage distribution.

NOTE: For those employers who reported wages as an annual salary, the hourly wage is an approximation based on the division of annual salary by 2080 hours.

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