Wage Rates

By Occupation (2019)Annual Mean WageHourly Wages
Hourly Wages


MeanMedianEntryExperience
Management$91,900$44.18$38.76$24.35$52.80
Computer and Mathematical$73,140$35.16$32.62$16.09$45.84
Business and Financial Operations$64,860$31.18$28.16$16.96$39.64
Architecture and Engineering$86,690$41.68$35.10$21.87$44.18
Legal$74,730$35.93$21.79$13.56$43.76
Life, Physical, and Social Science$64,560$31.04$29.09$18.35$38.79
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical$68,420$32.90$29.26$17.16$38.41
Education, Training, and Library$41,130$19.77$20.98$10.13$29.22
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media$41,960$20.17$18.32$12.99$25.45
Community and Social Services$46,800$22.50$22.22$14.40$28.76
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair$43,790$21.05$19.72$12.65$24.48
Protective Services$45,410$21.83$20.05$10.67$26.75
Construction and Extraction$39,590$19.03$18.02$12.93$21.56
Office and Administrative Support$35,560$17.10$16.34$11.02$19.37
Production$36,030$17.32$15.90$12.19$21.27
Transportation and Material Moving$31,220$15.01$13.77$10.03$18.62
Sales and Related$36,080$17.35$12.92$9.07$21.22
Healthcare Support$28,730$13.81$12.97$9.14$17.85
Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance$27,310$13.13$12.28$9.56$13.79
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry$24,440$11.75$10.75$8.39$15.32
Personal Care and Service$26,170$12.58$10.33$8.52$11.77
Food Preparation and Serving-Related$21,440$10.31$9.37$8.41$11.71
SourcesBureau of Labor Statistics  and  Texas Wages

Top 25 Occupations in the Texoma Region

RankSOC Title Wage (2018)Current EmploymentProjections for 2026
1Retail Salespersons$31,3162,3902,960
2Personal Care Aides$20,9321,0602,475
3Office Clerks, General$33,5012,0102,437
4Combined Food Prep & Serving Workers$20,2023,5902,434
5Registered Nurses$67,3511,9802,320
6Cashiers$19,7031,8501,932
7Customer Service Representatives$33,5211,2801,932
8Waiters and Waitresses$21,9601,6001,718
9Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Educ$57,0731,1901,358
10First-line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers$44,2736801,354
11Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers$39,1631,3201,233
12Maintenance and Repair Workers, General$34,4127601,074
13Nursing Assistants$26,8531,0201,021
14General and Operations Managers$98,0761,0001,016
15Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses$46,1298701,011
16Stock Clerks and Order Fillers$25,513840999
17Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners$25,659930907
18Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education$54,722870898
19Childcare Workers$18,245260888
20Medical Secretaries$35,656630857
21Secretaries & Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical & Executive$30,7791,180849
22Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers$28,947980838
23First-line Supervisors of Production & Operating Workers$55,899550744
24Bookkeeping, Accounting & Auditing Clerks$35,166580713
25Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners$21,181480711
Source: Texas Workforce Commission