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Wage Information: Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics (OEWS)

Wage data for occupations is collected in the Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics (OEWS) program. Information on entry level, median, and experienced hourly (and annual) wages is available for Illinois, the Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), Economic Development Regions (EDRs), counties and the Local Workforce Investment Areas (LWIAs) in Excel format.

SOC Code Definitions​

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Statewide

​MSA Occupational Wages

Current data is for 2020 Annual.

Metropolitan Statistical Area: Excel

Bloomington-Normal MSA

Carbondale-Marion MSA

Champaign-Urbana MSA

Chicago-Naperville-Arlington Heights Metropolitan Division

Danville MSA

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island MSA (IL Part)

Decatur MSA

Elgin Metropolitan Division

Kankakee MSA

Lake-Kenosha IL-WI Metro. Div. (IL Part)

Peoria MSA

Rockford MSA

Springfield MSA

St. Louis MO-IL MSA (IL Part)

​Economic Development Region Occupational Wages

Definitions of Economic Development Regions (EDRs)

Current data is for 2020 Annual.

Economic Development Region: Excel

01 Central

02 East Central

03 North Central

04 Northeast

05 Northern Stateline

06 Northwest

07 Southeastern

08 Southern

09 Southwestern

10 West Central

​Local Workforce Innovation Area (LWIA) Occupational Wages

Definitions of Local Workforce Innovation Areas (LWIAs)​

Current data is for 2020 Annual.

Local Workforce Investment Area (LWIA): Excel

LWIA 01

LWIA 02

LWIA 03

LWIA 04

LWIA 05

LWIA 06

LWIA 07

LWIA 10

LWIA 11

LWIA 13

LWIA 14

LWIA 15

LWIA 17

LWIA 18

LWIA 19

LWIA 20

LWIA 21

LWIA 22

LWIA 23

LWIA 24

LWIA 25

LWIA 26

County Occupational Wages

Current data is for 2020 Annual.

County: Excel

Adams

Alexander

Bond

Boone

Brown  

Bureau 

Calhoun

Carroll

Cass

Champaign

Christian

Clark

Clay

Clinton

Coles

Cook

Crawford

Cumberland

DeKalb

DeWitt

Douglas

DuPage

Edgar

Edwards

Effingham

Fayette

Ford

Franklin

Fulton

Gallatin

Greene

Grundy

Hamilton

Hancock

Hardin

Henderson

Henry

Iroquois

Jackson

Jasper

Jefferson

Jersey

JoDaviess

Johnson

Kane

Kankakee

Kendall

Knox

LaSalle

Lake

Lawrence

Lee

Livingston

Logan

Macon

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion

Marshall 

Mason

Massac 

McDonough

McHenry

McLean

Menard

Mercer

Monroe

Montgomery

Morgan

Moultrie

Ogle

Peoria

Perry

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope

Pulaski 

Putnam

Randolph 

Richland

RockIsland

StClair

Saline

Sangamon 

Schuyler

Scott 

Shelby

Stark

Stephenson

Tazewell

Union 

Vermilion

Wabash

Warren

Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside

Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago

Woodford

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