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After several decades of stagnation, real earnings for full-time U.S. workers are on the upswing. Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that between 2015 and 2018, inflation-adjusted earnings for full-time wage and salary workers increased by more than 3.0 percent. Similarly, newly released data from the Census Bureau shows that inflation-adjusted earnings across all full-time workers increased by 2.2 percent over the same time period.

Real earnings over time for full-time American workers.

 

Despite wage gains at the national level, not all workers are seeing larger paychecks.

According to data from the BLS, flight attendants had a nearly 18 percent increase in inflation-adjusted earnings from 2015 to 2018, outranking all other occupations with at least 100,000 workers.

Farmworkers and laborers, food preparation workers, and dishwashers also experienced large increases in real earnings, ranging from nearly 11 to over 16 percent. At the opposite end of the spectrum, postal service workers and financial services sales agents experienced the largest declines in real earnings among the nation’s most popular occupations, at 11 percent and 15 percent respectively.

Flight attendant and farmworker occupations lead wage growth in the U.S. over past 3 years.

 

At the state level, Oregon and Iowa led the nation in earnings gains from 2015 to 2018, with workers in those states seeing wage increases of more than 5 percent after adjusting for inflation. This is in contrast to many states that had little or no significant changes in wages over the same three year period.

Oregon and Iowa workers lead U.S. wage growth.

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To find the U.S. metros where incomes are rising the fastest, our researchers here at CheapCarInsuranceQuotes.com analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the BLS over a three year period. Income growth was measured as the inflation-adjusted percentage change in earnings for full-time workers from 2015 to 2018.

Our researchers also calculated the occupation with the most wage growth in each metro, out of all occupations with at least 100,000 workers nationally. Here are the top 10 large metros where incomes are rising the fastest.

The 10 Metros with the Fastest-Growing Wages

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#10 – Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 4.5%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $46,958
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $42,378
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Rehabilitation Counselors
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#9 – Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 4.6%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $45,533
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $41,075
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Driver/Sales Workers
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#8 – Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 4.6%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $50,380
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $45,434
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Chefs and Head Cooks

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#7 – Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 6.1%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $47,466
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $42,201
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Family and General Practitioners
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#6 – Salt Lake City, UT

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 7.4%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $48,009
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $42,176
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders
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#5 – Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 7.7%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $49,555
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $43,428
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Health Specialties Teachers, Post-secondary
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#4 – New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 7.8%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $60,424
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $52,873
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse
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#3 – San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 8.3%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $81,036
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $70,591
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Graduate Teaching Assistants

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#2 – Austin-Round Rock, TX

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 8.6%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $53,245
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $46,249
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products
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#1 – San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA

  • Change in earnings for full-time workers (inflation-adjusted): 11.4%
  • 2018 median earnings for full-time workers (2018 dollars): $76,274
  • 2015 median earnings for full-time workers (2015 dollars): $64,572
  • Occupation with the most wage growth: Health Specialties Teachers, Post-secondary

Methodology & Findings

To determine the metros where incomes are rising the fastest, our researchers analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 and 2018 American Community Survey and the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ 2015 and 2018 Occupational Employment Survey.

Income growth was measured as the inflation-adjusted percentage change in median earnings for full-time workers between 2015 and 2018. Occupations with the most wage growth were identified by their inflation-adjusted percentage change in median earnings from 2015 to 2018. Only occupations with at least 100,000 workers nationally were considered. Inflation adjustments to 2015 earnings data were made using the CPI-U-RS index. Only the top 100 most populous metros were included in the analysis.

While real earnings for full-time workers are on the upswing, workers in some metros are experiencing much larger increases in their pay than others.

For example, workers in the San Francisco metro area, where median earnings are already some of the highest in the country, saw their real earnings go up by over 11 percent. While earnings either went up or didn’t change for the most populous 100 metros, the Memphis, Tennessee stood out as the only large metropolitan area with a significant decrease in earnings at -4.1 percent.

Among metros with the fastest-growing incomes, the occupations with the most wage growth are a diverse set.

For the San Francisco, San Jose, and Los Angeles metro areas, workers in the education field (health specialties teachers and education, training, and library workers) experienced the largest increases in earnings.

For the other metros on the list, occupations that experienced the biggest gains varied from general practitioners to rehab counselors. Median earnings for these occupations range from the bottom to the top of the earnings distribution.

Complete Results by City

Metro AreaEarnings ChangeMedian Earnings (2015)Median Earnings (2018)Greatest IncreasePopulation (2018)
San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA11.4%$64,572$76,274Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary4,729,484
Austin-Round Rock, TX8.6%$46,249$53,245Sales Reps., Wholesale & Mfg., Tech. and Scientific Products2,168,316
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA8.3%$70,591$81,036Graduate Teaching Assistants1,999,107
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA7.8%$52,873$60,424Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse19,979,477
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA7.7%$43,428$49,555Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary13,291,486
Salt Lake City, UT7.4%$42,176$48,009Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders1,222,540
Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI6.1%$42,201$47,466Family & General Practitioners1,069,405
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA4.6%$45,434$50,380Chefs & Head Cooks5,950,828
Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA4.6%$41,075$45,533Driver/Sales Workers4,622,361
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC4.5%$42,378$46,958Rehabilitation Counselors2,569,213
Des Moines-West Des Moines, IA4.5%$46,922$51,969Voc. Education Teachers, Postsecondary655,409
Rochester, NY4.4%$45,813$50,688Waiters & Waitresses1,071,082
Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro-Franklin, TN4.4%$41,816$46,263Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity1,932,099
Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ4.3%$41,775$46,171Real Estate Sales Agents4,857,962
St. Louis, MO-IL4.1%$45,899$50,620Massage Therapists2,804,724
Louisville/Jefferson County, KY-IN4.0%$42,119$46,429Helpers-Instl., Maintenance, & Repair Workers1,296,815
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX3.7%$45,439$49,942Real Estate Sales Agents7,540,371
Cleveland-Elyria, OH3.0%$45,999$50,236Voc. Education Teachers, Postsecondary2,057,009
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI3.0%$51,800$56,536Cutting, Punching, & Press Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders, Metal & Plastic3,629,190
Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH2.9%$60,726$66,223NA4,875,390
Kansas City, MO-KS2.8%$46,079$50,215Aircraft Mechanics & Service Techs.2,142,419
Spokane-Spokane Valley, WANo significant change$41,660$47,393Sales Reps., Wholesale & Mfg., Tech. and Scientific Products573,527
Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, FLNo significant change$35,612$40,437Driver/Sales Workers659,605
Durham-Chapel Hill, NCNo significant change$44,285$49,834Self-Enrichment Education Teachers575,412
New Haven-Milford, CTNo significant change$51,644$57,734NA857,620
Provo-Orem, UTNo significant change$45,196$50,481Sheet Metal Workers632,705
Charleston-North Charleston, SCNo significant change$42,320$47,140Family & General Practitioners787,643
Greensboro-High Point, NCNo significant change$37,417$41,678Producers & Directors767,711
Harrisburg-Carlisle, PANo significant change$45,039$50,102Driver/Sales Workers574,659
Akron, OHNo significant change$45,079$49,952Massage Therapists704,845
Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WANo significant change$49,571$54,922Telecom Line Installers & Repairers2,478,996
Ogden-Clearfield, UTNo significant change$45,368$50,205Dentists, General676,948
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WVNo significant change$63,321$70,017Dentists, General6,251,240
Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, FLNo significant change$40,832$45,048Emergency Medical Techs & Paramedics596,849
Urban Honolulu, HINo significant change$45,381$50,018Chefs & Head Cooks980,080
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WANo significant change$57,259$63,082Flight Attendants3,939,363
Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FLNo significant change$36,787$40,522Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse754,610
Jacksonville, FLNo significant change$41,125$45,195Special Ed Teachers, Kdg. & Elementary School1,534,701
Raleigh, NCNo significant change$47,695$52,194Voc. Education Teachers, Postsecondary1,362,540
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJNo significant change$46,603$50,865Roofers842,913
Madison, WINo significant change$47,307$51,580Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors660,422
Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FLNo significant change$37,542$40,901Residential Advisors2,572,962
Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, NYNo significant change$46,279$50,376Graduate Teaching Assistants1,130,152
New Orleans-Metairie, LANo significant change$41,473$45,130Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse1,270,399
McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TXNo significant change$30,276$32,930Producers & Directors865,939
Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MDNo significant change$55,084$59,891Meat, Poultry, & Fish Cutters & Trimmers2,802,789
Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IANo significant change$46,083$50,026Insurance Sales Agents941,924
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FLNo significant change$37,664$40,879Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists6,198,782
Columbus, OHNo significant change$46,355$50,306Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists2,106,541
Stockton-Lodi, CANo significant change$41,973$45,545Chefs & Head Cooks752,660
Pittsburgh, PANo significant change$46,901$50,857Aircraft Mechanics & Service Techs.2,324,743
Winston-Salem, NCNo significant change$38,100$41,297Auto Body & Related Repairers671,456
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FLNo significant change$40,860$44,231Painters, Construction & Maintenance3,142,663
Boise City, IDNo significant change$41,562$44,979Real Estate Sales Agents732,257
Tulsa, OKNo significant change$40,747$44,082Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Workers993,928
Greenville-Anderson-Mauldin, SCNo significant change$40,225$43,504Telecom. Line Installers & Repairers906,626
Wichita, KSNo significant change$42,333$45,760Real Estate Sales Agents645,031
Baton Rouge, LANo significant change$45,772$49,408Self-Enrichment Education Teachers831,310
Sacramento-Roseville-Arden-Arcade, CANo significant change$50,788$54,807Real Estate Sales Agents2,345,210
Cincinnati, OH-KY-INNo significant change$46,926$50,495Manicurists & Pedicurists2,189,442
Springfield, MANo significant change$48,176$51,817NA631,761
Birmingham-Hoover, ALNo significant change$44,195$47,518Dentists, General1,151,801
Richmond, VANo significant change$46,585$50,020Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists1,303,621
Toledo, OHNo significant change$42,464$45,553Coaches & Scouts602,871
Colorado Springs, CONo significant change$45,027$48,253Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary738,939
Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CTNo significant change$63,379$67,918NA943,823
Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CONo significant change$50,711$54,292Mult. Machine Tool Setters, Operators, & Tenders, Metal & Plastic2,932,415
Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis, WINo significant change$47,742$51,058Court, Municipal, & License Clerks1,576,113
Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WINo significant change$50,755$54,223Roofers9,497,790
Syracuse, NYNo significant change$47,154$50,297Database Administrators650,502
Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MDNo significant change$51,743$55,088Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse6,096,372
Worcester, MA-CTNo significant change$52,351$55,647NA947,866
Dayton, OHNo significant change$43,945$46,595Telecom. Line Installers & Repairers806,548
San Diego-Carlsbad, CANo significant change$49,586$52,410Child, Family, & School Social Workers3,343,364
Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, ARNo significant change$40,854$43,180Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists741,357
Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, CTNo significant change$58,351$61,639NA1,206,300
San Antonio-New Braunfels, TXNo significant change$39,604$41,774Massage Therapists2,518,036
Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, MINo significant change$48,965$51,571Loan Officers4,326,442
Knoxville, TNNo significant change$39,538$41,616Chefs & Head Cooks882,598
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TXNo significant change$46,815$49,266Graduate Teaching Assistants6,997,384
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NYNo significant change$50,980$53,592Massage Therapists883,169
Lakeland-Winter Haven, FLNo significant change$35,687$37,497Massage Therapists708,009
Chattanooga, TN-GANo significant change$40,044$42,062Chefs & Head Cooks558,703
Columbia, SCNo significant change$39,758$41,645Molding, Coremaking, & Casting Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders, Metal & Plastic833,165
North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FLNo significant change$40,219$42,012Personal Financial Advisors821,573
Bakersfield, CANo significant change$39,683$41,441Telecom. Line Installers & Repairers896,764
Scranton-Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton, PANo significant change$40,991$42,670Roofers555,485
Providence-Warwick, RI-MANo significant change$50,329$52,350NA1,621,337
Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NVNo significant change$40,216$41,712Family & General Practitioners2,231,647
Oklahoma City, OKNo significant change$40,657$42,164Family & General Practitioners1,396,445
Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NCNo significant change$45,010$46,596Chefs & Head Cooks1,729,114
Jackson, MSNo significant change$40,122$41,495Physician Assistants583,080
Tucson, AZNo significant change$39,572$40,849Interviewers, Except Eligibility & Loan1,039,073
Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, INNo significant change$45,641$47,035Painters, Construction & Maintenance2,048,428
Fresno, CANo significant change$40,659$41,787Marketing Managers994,400
Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CANo significant change$50,805$51,840Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity850,967
Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SCNo significant change$40,501$41,193Massage Therapists605,903
Albuquerque, NMNo significant change$40,346$41,004Massage Therapists916,791
El Paso, TXNo significant change$35,067$35,452Coaches & Scouts844,723
Memphis, TN-MS-AR-4.1%$40,969$41,628Rehabilitation Counselors1,350,064

Complete Results by State

StateEarnings ChangeMedian Earnings (2015)Median Earnings (2018)Greatest IncreasePopulation (2018)
Oregon6.0%$43,330$48,696Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers4,190,713
Iowa5.4%$41,915$46,831Packers & Packagers, Hand3,156,145
Georgia3.8%$41,172$45,295Chefs & Head Cooks10,519,475
Texas3.6%$41,800$45,911Reservation & Transp. Ticket Agents & Travel Clerks28,701,845
Washington3.5%$51,204$56,182Flight Attendants7,535,591
Arkansas3.5%$36,663$40,213Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors3,013,825
Nebraska3.3%$41,680$45,614Massage Therapists1,929,268
Wisconsin3.0%$43,253$47,232Court, Municipal, & License Clerks5,813,568
Kansas2.8%$41,951$45,712Information Security Analysts2,911,510
New Jersey2.8%$55,708$60,687Rehabilitation Counselors8,908,520
California2.7%$47,767$52,010Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary39,557,045
Colorado2.7%$47,350$51,543Counter & Rental Clerks5,695,564
Massachusetts2.7%$56,977$61,995Graduate Teaching Assistants6,902,149
Ohio2.6%$43,169$46,966Flight Attendants11,689,442
Pennsylvania2.5%$46,061$50,051Graduate Teaching Assistants12,807,060
Indiana2.4%$41,411$44,945Manicurists and Pedicurists6,691,878
Florida2.0%$38,183$41,266Tire Repairers & Changers21,299,325
New York1.8%$50,529$54,514Bartenders19,542,209
Alabamano significant change$40,222$41,937Coaches & Scouts4,887,871
Alaskano significant change$51,674$55,637First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, & Grounds Workers737,438
Arizonano significant change$41,052$44,478Flight Attendants7,171,646
Connecticutno significant change$56,915$61,080Advertising Sales Agents3,572,665
Delawareno significant change$48,154$48,670Molding, Coremaking, & Casting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic967,171
District of Columbiano significant change$68,171$75,358Dentists, General702,455
Hawaiino significant change$43,399$47,862Waiters & Waitresses1,420,491
Idahono significant change$38,792$41,973Real Estate Sales Agents1,754,208
Illinoisno significant change$48,014$51,543Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors12,741,080
Kentuckyno significant change$40,060$42,354Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists4,468,402
Louisianano significant change$41,129$43,070Chief Executives4,659,978
Maineno significant change$41,855$44,830Counter & Rental Clerks1,338,404
Marylandno significant change$55,255$60,028Telemarketers6,042,718
Michiganno significant change$44,844$48,113Coaches & Scouts9,995,915
Minnesotano significant change$48,650$51,834Graduate Teaching Asst.5,611,179
Mississippino significant change$35,937$39,447Physician Assistants2,986,530
Missourino significant change$40,891$43,469Massage Therapists6,126,452
Montanano significant change$40,359$42,094Massage Therapists1,062,305
Nevadano significant change$40,655$42,335Bus Drivers, Transit & Intercity3,034,392
New Hampshireno significant change$50,606$52,428Producers & Directors1,356,458
New Mexicono significant change$38,383$40,172Massage Therapists2,095,428
North Carolinano significant change$40,208$42,726Flight Attendants10,383,620
North Dakotano significant change$46,317$49,489Self-Enrichment Education Teachers760,077
Oklahomano significant change$38,660$41,319Property, Real Estate, & Community Association Managers3,943,079
Rhode Islandno significant change$49,207$52,034Real Estate Sales Agents1,057,315
South Carolinano significant change$38,653$41,448Telecom Line Installers & Repairers5,084,127
South Dakotano significant change$39,002$41,628Securities, Commodities, & Financial Svc. Sales Agt.882,235
Tennesseeno significant change$39,268$41,648Chefs & Head Cooks6,770,010
Utahno significant change$43,325$47,750Reservation & Trnsp. Ticket Agents & Travel Clerks3,161,105
Vermontno significant change$43,888$47,260Bartenders626,299
Virginiano significant change$50,179$52,571Chefs & Head Cooks8,517,685
West Virginiano significant change$38,751$40,041Detectives & Criminal Investigators1,805,832
Wyomingno significant change$46,312$47,299Coaches & Scouts577,737

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