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752. Average Earnings of Year-Round, Full-Time Workers in Current Dollars, by Educational Attainment

[In dollars. For persons 18 years old and over as of March of the following year] Based on the Current Population Survey; section text, sections 1 and 14, and Appendix III]

 
1997 1997
High school College College
Sex and age 9th to High Bachelor's degree or more
12th school Some Assoc- Bache-
Less grade graduate college, iate elor's Bache- Master's Profes- Doctor-
Total than (no (includes no degree degree elor's sional ate
9th diploma) equiv- degree or more
grade alency)
 
    Male, total.......................................................................................... 43,709 22,746 27,638 32,611 39,367 40,465 66,393 55,832 71,225 120,052 93,106
 
Under 65 years.................................... 43,572 22,169 27,530 32,640 39,141 39,943 66,345 55,882 71,302 121,726 92,274
  18 to 24 years old.............................. 20,294 13,377 15,576 19,470 21,945 23,297 28,498 28,765 (B) (B) (B)
  25 to 34 years old ............................................................................. 34,807 17,714 24,517 28,772 32,354 34,670 48,688 45,292 57,898 70,873 55,799
  35 to 44 years old...................................................................................... 45,780 24,304 26,285 34,790 40,919 42,968 67,652 60,325 67,451 117,909 80,952
  45 to 54 years old....................................................................................... 52,429 23,261 35,163 38,340 45,568 44,431 74,985 62,078 77,961 116,684 115,284
  55 to 64 years old...................................................................................... 55,702 28,510 36,561 38,179 55,987 44,129 86,816 66,063 81,650 186,089 90,295
65 years old and over................................................................................. 51,148 33,425 32,911 30,549 54,905 (B) 68,470 53,251 (B) (B) (B)
 
    Female, total......................................................................................... 29,261 14,957 18,594 22,656 26,562 29,776 41,626 37,319 46,072 74,077 60,468
 
Under 65 years.................................... 29,289 14,873 18,449 22,658 26,548 29,764 41,704 37,332 46,338 74,622 60,724
  18 to 24 years old.............................. 17,510 (B) 13,915 15,727 15,506 19,894 26,297 25,955 (B) (B) (B)
  25 to 34 years old ............................................................................. 27,805 13,526 18,814 21,289 24,127 25,431 37,321 35,348 38,625 63,185 (B)
  35 to 44 years old...................................................................................... 31,273 13,820 19,409 23,011 28,561 31,090 46,154 39,800 49,974 93,512 76,561
  45 to 54 years old....................................................................................... 32,524 15,419 18,430 24,624 31,350 35,932 45,105 40,428 50,171 70,388 50,890
  55 to 64 years old...................................................................................... 28,876 16,826 19,317 25,243 29,535 30,773 40,203 36,857 42,043 (B) (B)
65 years old and over............................................................................ 27,567 (B) (B) 22,523 27,596 (B) 36,825 36,334 (B) (B) (B)
 
 
PERCENT FEMALE TO MALE
 
    Total......................................................................................... 66.9 65.8 67.3 69.5 67.5 73.6 62.7 66.8 64.7 61.7 64.9
 
Under 65 years.................................... 67.2 67.1 67.0 69.4 67.8 74.5 62.9 66.8 65.0 61.3 65.8
  18 to 24 years old.............................. 86.3 #����! 89.3 80.8 70.7 85.4 92.3 90.2 (S) (S) (S)
  25 to 34 years old ............................................................................. 79.9 76.4 76.7 74.0 74.6 73.4 76.7 78.0 66.7 89.2 #����!
  35 to 44 years old...................................................................................... 68.3 56.9 73.8 66.1 69.8 72.4 68.2 66.0 74.1 79.3 94.6
  45 to 54 years old....................................................................................... 62.0 66.3 52.4 64.2 68.8 80.9 60.2 65.1 64.4 60.3 44.1
  55 to 64 years old...................................................................................... 51.8 59.0 52.8 66.1 52.8 69.7 46.3 55.8 51.5 (S) (S)
65 years old and over............................................................................ 53.9 (B) (B) 73.7 50.3 (B) 53.8 (S) (S) (S) (S)
 
 
  1998 1998
 
  High school College College
  --
Sex and age 9th to High Bachelor's degree or more
  12th school Some Assoc- Bache-
  Less grade graduate college, iate elor's Bache- Master's Profes- Doctor-
  Total than (no (includes no degree degree elor's sional ate
  9th diploma) equiv- degree or more
  grade alency)
 
    Male, total.......................................................................................... 44,898 23,925 25,168 32,647 39,820 43,668 69,065 60,605 72,455 117,505 92,255
 
Under 65 years.................................... 44,684 24,123 25,241 32,553 39,407 43,134 68,929 60,527 72,619 117,266 92,907
  18 to 24 years old.............................. 22,201 34,684 16,586 21,096 20,681 31,296 32,460 32,676 (B) (B) (B)
  25 to 34 years old ............................................................................. 36,079 16,443 22,924 29,281 34,492 36,660 49,874 47,536 50,738 76,926 69,624
  35 to 44 years old...................................................................................... 47,642 23,578 27,094 34,786 43,819 46,537 70,871 62,147 80,915 116,800 79,518
  45 to 54 years old....................................................................................... 53,049 26,620 28,896 36,867 45,223 43,639 78,479 72,790 73,908 110,692 106,524
  55 to 64 years old...................................................................................... 54,709 26,264 32,109 37,257 45,145 60,350 87,371 70,085 81,398 159,548 107,861
65 years old and over................................................................................. 56,364 19,120 22,028 38,510 74,479 (B) 74,670 64,274 (B) (B) (B)
 
    Female, total......................................................................................... 30,671 17,335 17,218 23,841 27,610 31,959 43,810 39,655 47,263 77,103 65,488
 
Under 65 years.................................... 30,730 17,153 17,159 23,881 27,599 31,978 43,849 39,668 47,366 77,543 65,858
  18 to 24 years old.............................. 18,395 (B) 15,729 17,162 17,553 19,171 24,653 24,275 (B) (B) (B)
  25 to 34 years old ............................................................................. 28,634 15,362 16,309 22,519 25,267 27,279 37,628 35,982 41,022 46,403 (B)
  35 to 44 years old...................................................................................... 33,579 18,289 17,291 24,569 29,692 34,128 50,606 44,912 51,762 116,525 69,122
  45 to 54 years old....................................................................................... 33,535 18,114 17,766 25,381 31,498 37,153 46,749 41,959 48,871 71,655 71,362
  55 to 64 years old...................................................................................... 30,502 16,140 18,089 26,419 30,590 34,618 43,023 40,206 45,361 (B) (B)
65 years old and over............................................................................ 26,714 (B) (B) 21,858 28,685 (B) 39,840 (B) (B) (B) (B)
 
 
PERCENT FEMALE TO MALE
 
    Total......................................................................................... 68.3 72.5 68.4 73.0 69.3 73.2 63.4 65.4 65.2 65.6 71.0
 
Under 65 years.................................... 68.8 71.1 68.0 73.4 70.0 74.1 63.6 65.5 65.2 66.1 70.9
  18 to 24 years old.............................. 82.9 #����! 94.8 81.4 84.9 61.3 75.9 74.3 (B) (B) (B)
  25 to 34 years old ............................................................................. 79.4 93.4 71.1 76.9 73.3 74.4 75.4 75.7 80.9 60.3 #����!
  35 to 44 years old...................................................................................... 70.5 77.6 63.8 70.6 67.8 73.3 71.4 72.3 64.0 99.8 86.9
  45 to 54 years old....................................................................................... 63.2 68.0 61.5 68.8 69.7 85.1 59.6 57.6 66.1 64.7 67.0
  55 to 64 years old...................................................................................... 55.8 61.5 56.3 70.9 67.8 57.4 49.2 57.4 55.7 #����! #����!
65 years old and over............................................................................ 47.4 (B) (B) 56.8 38.5 (B) 53.4 #����! (B) (B) (B)
 
 
FULL-TIME, YEAR ROUND WORKERS (1,000)
 
    Male, total.......................................................................................... 56,893 2,030 4,274 18,452 10,480 4,616 17,041 11,348 3,432 1,264 998
 
Under 65 years.................................... 55,854 1,950 4,177 18,161 10,357 4,571 16,638 11,110 3,383 1,208 937
  18 to 24 years old.............................. 4,513 160 660 2,010 1,105 269 308 290 18 0 0
  25 to 34 years old ............................................................................. 14,353 441 1,120 4,635 2,675 1,247 4,235 3,299 638 175 123
  35 to 44 years old...................................................................................... 17,510 509 1,169 5,882 3,086 1,470 5,394 3,615 1,074 393 313
  45 to 54 years old....................................................................................... 13,286 486 713 3,677 2,419 1,258 4,732 2,866 1,157 407 303
  55 to 64 years old...................................................................................... 6,192 354 515 1,956 1,072 327 1,968 1,040 497 234 197
65 years old and over................................................................................. 1,039 80 96 291 123 45 403 238 49 56 61
 
    Female, total 38,762 852 2,078 12,853 8,036 3,768 11,176 7,720 2,652 474 329
 
Under 65 years.................................... 38,187 814 2,032 12,597 7,953 3,725 11,066 7,653 2,625 465 323
  18 to 24 years old.............................. 3,159 38 202 1,247 969 240 463 444 13 6 0
  25 to 34 years old ............................................................................. 9,658 143 421 2,555 2,027 1,068 3,444 2,622 625 146 51
  35 to 44 years old...................................................................................... 11,582 258 645 3,813 2,283 1,236 3,347 2,339 747 161 101
  45 to 54 years old....................................................................................... 9,681 249 468 3,286 1,850 917 2,911 1,726 931 119 135
  55 to 64 years old...................................................................................... 4,107 127 297 1,696 824 263 901 523 309 33 36
65 years old and over................................................................................. 575 38 46 256 83 43 110 67 27 9 6
 


B Base figure too small to meet statistical standards for reliability of derived figure.

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports, Current Population Reports, Money Income in the United States, series P60-193, P60-197, P60-200, and P60-206..

http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/income.html

* CURRENT POPULATION SURVEY (MARCH ANNUAL DEMOGRAPHIC SURVEY)

Approximately 62,500 housing units were eligible to receive the 1995 Annual Demographic Survey. The basic monthly CPS sample of 60,000 housing units was supplemented by 2,500 housing units which had at least one Hispanic member the previous November. In addition, members of the Armed Forces, which are excluded from the basic CPS labor force survey, were part of the elibigle population in March. Because of the CPS sample rotation system, approximately one-half of the sample had been interviewed the previous March.

Interviewers used lap-top computers to administer the interview, asking questions as they appear on the screen and directly entering the responses obtained. With the exception of first and the fifth month-in-sample interviews, when an interviewer usually visited the sample unit, over 90 percent of the interviews were conducted by telephone.

Completed interviews were electronically transmitted to a central processor where the responses were edited for consistency, imputations were made for missing data, and various codes were added. Based on the probability of selection, a weight was added to each supplement-responding household and person record so that estimates of the population by state, race, age, sex, and Hispanic origin matched the population projections made by the Bureau of the Census. Since not every person who provided labor force information completed the supplement and the supplement was asked of members of the Armed Forces, the supplement weights vary from those used for labor force estimation.

* DEFINITIONS

Family

The term "family" refers to a group of two or more persons related by birth, marriage, or adoption who reside together; all such persons are considered as members of one family. For example, if the son of the person who maintains the household and the son's wife are members of the household, they are treated as members of the parent's family. Every family must include a reference person (see definition of householder for primary families); two or more people living in the same household who are related to one another, but are not related to the householder, form an "unrelated subfamily." Beginning with the 1980 CPS, unrelated subfamilies were excluded from the count of families and unrelated subfamily members were excluded from the count of family members.

Family households

Family households are households maintained by a family (as defined above). Members of family households include any unrelated persons (unrelated subfamily members and/or secondary individuals) who may be residing there. The number of family households will not equal the number of families since families living in group quarters are included in the count of families. In addition, the count of family household members differs from the count of family members in that the family household members include all persons living in the household, whereas family members include only the householder and his/her relatives. (See the definition of family).

Income

For each person in the Current Population Survey (CPS) sample 15 years old and over, questions were asked on the amount of money income received in the preceding calendar year from each of the following sources: 1) earnings from longest job (or self- employment); 2) earnings from jobs other than longest job; 3) unemployment compensation; 4) worker's compensation; 5) Social Security; 6) Supplemental Security income; 7) public assistance; 8) veterans' payments; 9) survivor benefits; 10) disability benefits; 11) pension or retirement income; 12) interest; 13) dividends; 14) rents, royalties, and estates and trusts; 15) educational assistance; 16) alimony; 17) child support; 18) financial assistance from outside of the household, and other periodic income. Capital gains and lump-sum or one-time payments are excluded. For definitions of alternative measures of income (definitions 1 through 15 shown in tables 10 through 12), see introductory text.

It should be noted that although the income statistics refer to receipts during the preceding calendar year, the demographic characteristics such as age, labor force status, and family or household composition are as of the survey date. The income of the family/household does not include amounts received by persons who were members during all or part of the income year if these persons no longer resided in the family/household at the time of interview. However, income data are collected for persons who are current residents but did not reside in the household during the income year.

Data on consumer income collected in the CPS by the Bureau of the Census cover money income received (exclusive of certain money receipts such as capital gains) before payments for personal income taxes, Social Security, union dues, Medicare deductions, etc. Therefore, money income does not reflect the fact that some families receive part of their income in the form of noncash benefits such as food stamps, health benefits, noncash benefits in the form of rent-free housing and goods produced and consumed on the farm; or that non-cash benefits are also received by some nonfarm residents which often take the form of the use of business transportation and facilities, full or partial payments by business for retirement programs, medical and educational expenses, etc. These elements should be considered when comparing income levels. Moreover, readers should be aware that for many different reasons there is a tendency in household surveys for respondents to underreport their income. From an analysis of independently derived income estimates, it has been determined that income earned from wages or salaries is much better reported than other sources of income, and is nearly equal to independent estimates of aggregate income.

Median income

Median income is the amount which divides the income distribution into two equal groups, half having incomes above the median, half having incomes below the median. The medians for households, families, and unrelated individuals are based on all households, families, and unrelated individuals. The medians for persons are based on persons 15 years old and over with income.

Mean income

Mean income is the amount obtained by dividing the total aggregate income of a group by the number of units in that group. The means for households, families, and unrelated individuals are based on all households, families, and unrelated individuals. The means for persons are based on persons 15 years old and over with income.

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