Hazardous materials removal workers

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Total Workforce

36k

Average Age

43.6

Estimated Job Growth

17.1%

10-year projection

Average Salary

$43,222

Average Male Salary

$44,663

Average Female Salary

$36,371

About

Hazardous materials removal workers are most often employed by the Waste management & remediation services industry. The average yearly wage for Hazardous materials removal workers was $43,222 in 2016. The top 3 most similar occupations to Hazardous materials removal workers by wage are Paper goods machine setters, operators, & tenders, Wholesale & retail buyers, except farm products, and Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, & weighers.

Hazardous materials removal workers are part of the Construction & Extraction Occupations, along with Firstline supervisors of construction trades & extraction workers, Boilermakers, Carpenters, Carpet, floor, & tile installers & finishers, Cement masons, concrete finishers, & terrazzo workers, Construction laborers, Paving, surfacing, & tamping equipment operators, Construction equipment operators except paving, surfacing, & tamping equipment operators, Drywall installers, ceiling tile installers, & tapers, Electricians, Glaziers, Insulation workers, Painters & paperhangers, Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, & steamfitters, Plasterers & stucco masons, Roofers, Sheet metal workers, Structural iron & steel workers, Brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, & reinforcing iron & rebar workers, Helpers, construction trades, Construction & building inspectors, Elevator installers & repairers, Fence erectors, Hazardous materials removal workers, Highway maintenance workers, Railtrack laying & maintenance equipment operators, Earth drillers, except oil & gas, Explosives workers, ordnance handling experts, & blasters, Mining machine operators, Miscellaneous extraction workers, including roof bolters & helpers, Derrick, rotary drill, & service unit operators, & roustabouts, oil, gas, & mining, and Miscellaneous construction workers, including solar photovoltaic installers, septic tank servicers & sewer pipe cleaners

The top 3 locations that employ the most Hazardous materials removal workers are . The top 3 locations with a relatively high concentration of Hazardous materials removal workers are .

Employment

Information on the businesses and industries that employ Hazardous materials removal workers and on wages and locations for those in the field. Waste management & remediation services is the industry that employs the most Hazardous materials removal workers, both by share and by number, though the highest paid industry for Hazardous materials removal workers, by average wage, is Administration of environmental quality & housing programs. Hazardous materials removal workers are paid most in Brighton Park, New City, Bridgeport & McKinley Park PUMA, IL but are relatively concentrated in false.

Wages

Yearly Wage

$43,222

AVERAGE SALARY

± $3,276

In 2017, Hazardous materials removal workers earned an average of $43,222, $8,843 less than than the average national salary of $52,065.

Paper goods machine setters, operators, & tenders make somewhat more than Hazardous materials removal workers while Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, & weighers make somewhat less. This chart shows the various occupations closest to Hazardous materials removal workers as measured by average annual salary in the US.

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Wage Distribution

0.277

WAGE GINI

In 2017, Hazardous materials removal workers had a wage GINI coefficient of 0.277, which is lower than than the national average of 0.479. In other words, wages are distributed more evenly for Hazardous materials removal workers (shown in red) than for the overall labor force (shown in gray).

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Wage by Location

This map shows the Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs) in the United States shaded by average annual wage for Hazardous materials removal workers.

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Spatial Concentration

This map displays which Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs) in the United States have a relatively high population of Hazardous materials removal workers.

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Industries

Most Common

The most common industries employing Hazardous materials removal workers, by number of employees, are Waste management & remediation services, Hospitals, and Construction.

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Industries by Share

36k

2017 Workforce

± 4,661

11.4%

1 YEAR GROWTH

± 16.9%

The number of people employed as Hazardous materials removal workers has been growing at a rate of 11.4%, from 32,366 people in 2016 to 36,045 people in 2017.

This graphic shows the share of Hazardous materials removal workers employed by various industries. Waste management & remediation services employs the largest share of Hazardous materials removal workers at  44.9%, followed by Hospitals with 14.4% and Construction with 9.69%.

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Diversity

Demographic information on Hazardous materials removal workers in the US. The average age of male Hazardous materials removal workers in the workforce is 42.9 and of female Hazardous materials removal workers is 46.9, and the most common race/ethnicity for Hazardous materials removal workers is White.

Gender Composition

29.8k

MALE WORKFORCE

± 4,237

6.26k

FEMALE WORKFORCE

± 1,943

82.6% of Hazardous materials removal workers are Male, making them the more common gender in the occupation. This chart shows the gender breakdown of Hazardous materials removal workers.

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Race & Ethnicity

Most Common Race or Ethnicity of Hazardous materials removal workers

  1. White

  2. Black

  3. Other

70.9% of Hazardous materials removal workers are White, making that the most common race or ethnicity in the occupation. Representing 17.6% of Hazardous materials removal workers, Black is the second most common race or ethnicity in this occupation. This chart shows the racial and ethnic breakdown of Hazardous materials removal workers.

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Age by Gender

42.9

AVERAGE MALE AGE

± 1.95

46.9

AVERAGE FEMALE AGE

± 4.33

The median age of Hazardous materials removal workers is 43.6, and Male employees are generally 4.06 years younger than than their Female counterparts.

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Education

Data on higher education choices for Hazardous materials removal workers from The Department of Education and Census Bureau. The most common major for Hazardous materials removal workers is Engineering but a relatively high number of Hazardous materials removal workers hold a major in Natural Resources & Conservation.

Majors

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Skills

Data on the critical and distinctive skills necessary for Hazardous materials removal workers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Hazardous materials removal workers need many skills, but most especially Critical Thinking, Monitoring, and Operation and Control. The revealed comparative advantage (RCA) shows that Hazardous materials removal workers need more than the average amount of Equipment Maintenance, Equipment Selection, and Operation and Control.

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Growth Projections

Projections on wages and job growth for Hazardous materials removal workers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The ten-year national workforce is projected to grow 7.4%, but Hazardous materials removal workers are expected to see a growth of 17.1% over the same period. This occupation is expected to grow higher than the national average.

Job Growth

17.1%

ESTIMATED GROWTH

7.4%

NATIONAL AVERAGE

This line chart shows the 10-year projected employment growth (from 2016 to 2026) for Hazardous materials removal workers. This profession is expected to grow faster than 7.4%, the average rate of national job growth.

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