ECO 365 Week 2 DQ 4 - Latest Version 2014

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Go to http://stats.bls.gov/, click on the “Subject Area” tab, and go to the "Pay & Benefits" section, then click on "Wages by Area and Occupation", then click on ""For over 800 occupations". Then;
1. Find and report the "mean annual income" for all occupations in the U.S. (NOTE: not each occupation individually but TOTAL (ie: 1 number near the top of the data)).
Now go back to the main Pay & Benefits link and:
2. Find and report the "mean annual income" for all occupations in your state. (NOTE: not each occupation individually but TOTAL (ie: 1 number near the top of the data)).
3. Find and report the "mean annual income" for your specific occupation (or the one you hope to get after graduation). Compare the income for that occupation to those reported in #1 and #2. Is it different? If so, why do you think that occupation has a higher (or lower) income than the "all occupations" numbers?
Answer:
1. Find and report the "mean annual income" for all occupations in the U.S. (NOTE: not each occupation individually but TOTAL (ie: 1 number near the top of the data)).
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