Wage Rates

By Occupation (2020)Annual Mean Wage
Hourly 
Wages
Hourly 
Wages


MeanMedianEntryExperience
Management$92,750$44.59$39.92$24.58$54.60
Computer and Mathematical$76,040$33.56$34.34$20.21$44.73
Business and Financial Operations$60,890$29.27$25.59$16.46$35.68
Architecture and Engineering$80,180$38.55$33.66$22.47$46.59
Legal$76,880$36.96$23.75$17.10$46.89
Life, Physical, and Social Science$62,840$30.21$22.32$18.96$35.84
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical$69,620$33.47$29.68$18.24$41.08
Education, Training, and Library$44,150$21.23$22.16$9.62$27.03
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media$43,700$21.01$18.22$12.15$25.44
Community and Social Services$46,900$22.55$22.38$13.73$26.95
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair$45,810$22.02$20.66$13.84$26.11
Protective Services$44,630$21.46$18.94$10.23$27.07
Construction and Extraction$40,010$19.24$18.31$13.98$21.86
Office and Administrative Support$36,270$17.44$16.34$11.65$20.33
Production$36,560$17.58$16.16$12.25$20.24
Transportation and Material Moving$32,660$15.70$14.29$10.35$18.38
Sales and Related$36,910$17.74$13.16$9.84$21.70
Healthcare Support$27,370$13.16$13.12$10.13$14.68
Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance$28,040$13.48$12.75$10.11$15.17
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry$25,500$12.26$11.10$8.64$14.07
Personal Care and Service$25,920$12.46$10.12$8.56$14.41
Food Preparation and Serving-Related$23,050$11.08$9.81$8.57$12.34
SourcesBureau of Labor Statistics  and  Texas Wages

Top 25 Occupations in the Texoma Region

RankSOC Title Wage 2019Current Employment 2019Projections for 2028
1Fast Food and Counter Workers$31,3163,8903,285
2Retail Salespersons$31,1782,5802,742
3Registered Nurses$67,7432,0102,231
4Office Clerks, General$32,9731,6802,061
5Cashiers$21,5482,2901,480
6Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers$41,9541,1101,479
7Waiters and Waitresses$20,8581,5101,352
8Customer Service Representatives$35,8401,3101,237
9General and Operations Managers$93,2301,0901,173
10Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education$48,8781,0701,159
11Secretaries & Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical & Executive$31,0361,1001,119
12Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners $26,8079601,078
13Cooks, Restaurant$25,671990997
14Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers$26,469650950
15First-line Supervisors of Retail Workers$45,140970894
16Maintenance and Repair Workers, General$35,553620891
17Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses$47,573770870
18Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education$52,248870847
19Stockers and Order Fillers$27,036850809
20Medical Secretaries and Administrative Assistants$37,098490797
21Bookkeeping, Accounting & Auditing Clerks$36,314620710
22Light Truck Drivers$35,280480627
23Teaching Assistants, Except Postsecondary$20,898700616
24Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters$45,309290576
25First-line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers$33,699680550
Source: Texas Workforce Commission