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1 NEW YORK NEW JERSEY INFORMATION OFFICE New York City, N.Y. For release: Monday, November 7, 2011 NYLS 7516 Technical information: Martin Kohli (646) Media contact: Michael L. Dolfman (212) WOMEN S EARNINGS IN NEW JERSEY 2010 In 2010, New Jersey women who were full-time wage and salary workers had median weekly $824, or 84.8 percent the $972 median for their male counterparts, the U.S. Bureau Labor Statistics reported today. Regional Commissioner Michael L. Dolfman noted that the women's to men's ratio in New Jersey reached a series high in Nationwide, women earned $669, or 81.2 percent, the $824 median for men. (See table 1. Earnings in this report do not control for many factors that can be significant in explaining differences.) Among the 50 states, median weekly women in full-time wage and salary positions in 2010 ranged from $530 in Arkansas to $835 in Connecticut. States with the highest wages for women were located along the Northeastern coastline. In addition to Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Jersey also had wages above $800, and Maryland was close, at $798. (See chart1.) Across the nation, median weekly for men were lowest in Arkansas at $640 and highest in Connecticut at $1,101, the same pattern that emerged for women. Five the six states with wages above $950 (Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Hampshire, and Virginia) were located along the East Coast. The sole exception was on the West Coast Washington. The ratio female-to-male in 2010 varied across the nation, ranging from 68.8 percent in West Virginia to 91.3 percent in Delaware. Of the eight states with the highest ratios, 85 percent or higher, seven were either in the Northeast or along the border with Mexico, the only exception being North Carolina. (See chart 2.) The differences among the states reflect, in part, variation in the occupations and industries found in each state and in the age composition each state s labor force. In addition, comparisons by sex are on a broad level and do not control for factors such as educational attainment which can be significant in explaining differences. For more information on the median weekly women and men, see Bureau Labor Statistics Report 1031, Highlights Women s Earnings in 2010, issued in July 2011; copies are available on the Internet at or by calling the New York-New Jersey Information Office at (646) Information in this release is also available to sensory impaired individuals. Voice phone: (202) ; Federal Relay Service: (800) Round-the-clock recorded messages for the Consumer Price Index and a variety other Bureau Labor Statistics data are available by dialing the New York-New Jersey Information Office s main telephone number: (646) For recorded messages, press 2.

2 Technical Note The estimates in this report were obtained from the Current Population Survey (CPS), which provides a wide range information on the labor force, employment, and unemployment. This survey is conducted monthly for the Bureau Labor Statistics by the U.S. Census Bureau, using a national sample about 60,000 households, with coverage in all 50 states and the District Columbia. The data are collected from one-fourth the CPS monthly sample. Statistics based on the CPS data are subject to both sampling and nonsampling error. The differences among data for the states reflect, in part, variations in the occupation, industry, and age composition each state s labor force. In addition, sampling error for the state estimates is considerably larger than it is for the national data. The principal definitions used in connection with the series in this release are described below. Usual weekly. Data represent before taxes and other deductions and include any overtime pay, commissions, or tips usually received (at the main job in the case multiple jobholders.) Median weekly. The median is the amount which divides a given distribution into two equal groups, one having above the median and the other having below the median. Wage and salary workers. Workers who receive wages, salaries, commissions, tips, payment in kind, or piece rates. The group includes employees in both the private and public sectors but, for the purposes the series, excludes all self-employed persons, regardless whether or not their businesses are incorporated. Full-time worker. Workers who usually work 35 hours or more per week at their sole or principal job

3 Table 1. Median usual weekly full-time wage and salary workers, by state and sex, 2010 annual averages Both sexes Women State Number workers (in thousands) Median weekly Standard error median Number workers (in thousands) Median weekly Standard error median UNITED STATES... 99,531 $747 $2 44,472 $669 $3 Alabama... 1, Alaska Arizona... 2, Arkansas California... 10, , Colorado... 1, Connecticut... 1, Delaware District Columbia , Florida... 5, , Georgia... 3, , Hawaii Idaho Illinois... 4, , Indiana... 2, Iowa... 1, Kansas Kentucky... 1, Louisiana... 1, Maine Maryland... 2, , Massachusetts... 2, Michigan... 2, , Minnesota... 1, Mississippi Missouri... 1, Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey... 3, , New Mexico New York... 6, , North Carolina... 3, , North Dakota Ohio... 3, , Oklahoma... 1, Oregon... 1, Pennsylvania... 4, , Rhode Island South Carolina... 1, South Dakota Tennessee... 2, Texas... 8, , Utah Vermont Virginia... 2, , Washington... 2, West Virginia Wisconsin... 1, Wyoming

4 Table 1. Median usual weekly full-time wage and salary workers, by state and sex, 2010 annual averages Continued State Number workers (in thousands) Men Median weekly Standard error median Women's as percent men's UNITED STATES... 55,059 $824 $ Alabama Alaska Arizona... 1, Arkansas California... 6, Colorado Connecticut , Delaware District Columbia , Florida... 3, Georgia... 1, Hawaii Idaho Illinois... 2, Indiana... 1, Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland... 1, Massachusetts... 1,212 1, Michigan... 1, Minnesota... 1, Mississippi Missouri... 1, Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey... 1, New Mexico New York... 3, North Carolina... 1, North Dakota Ohio... 2, Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania... 2, Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee... 1, Texas... 4, Utah Vermont Virginia... 1, Washington... 1, West Virginia Wisconsin... 1, Wyoming

5 Chart 1. Women s median usual weekly, full-time wage and salary workers, by state, 2010 annual averages WA OR ID CA NV UT AZ MT WY CO NM ND SD NE TX OK MN IA KS MO AR LA WI MI IL IN OH KY TN NC MS AL GA WV SC VA PA MD NY DE NJ VT CT NH RI MA ME Average weekly wage (National average = $669) $801 and above AK FL $701 to $800 $601 to $700 HI $600 and below Source: U.S. Bureau Labor Statistics

6 Chart 2. Women s as a percent men's, full-time wage and salary workers, by state, 2010 annual averages WA OR ID CA NV UT AZ MT WY CO NM ND SD NE TX OK MN IA KS MO AR LA WI MI IL IN OH KY TN NC MS AL GA WV SC VA PA MD NY DE NJ VT CT NH RI MA ME Ratio women's to men's (National average = 81.2) 85.0 and above AK FL 80.0 to to 79.9 HI 74.9 and below Source: U.S. Bureau Labor Statistics

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