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In North Carolina:

  • Workers on average earn $38,210.
  • 10% of workers earn $27,740 or less.
  • 10% of workers earn $59,280 or more.

In the United States:

  • Workers on average earn $45,560.
  • 10% of workers earn $29,120 or less.
  • 10% of workers earn $61,980 or more.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics 2021 wage data external site.

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LocationAnnual Low (10%)Annual QL (25%)Annual Median (50%)Annual QU (75%)Annual High (90%)
United States$29,120$36,750$45,560$49,760$61,980
North Carolina$27,740$32,310$38,210$47,910$59,280
Asheville, NC$23,980$30,690$38,250$47,460$53,870
Burlington, NC$23,960$29,830$37,340$47,070$54,820
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC$29,480$35,120$39,740$48,340$60,230
Durham-Chapel Hill, NC$30,360$37,720$47,530$51,270$60,950
Fayetteville, NC$25,780$29,140$36,630$45,790$53,100
Goldsboro, NC$23,260$29,280$36,560$46,330$48,550
Greensboro-High Point, NC$28,460$35,260$38,550$48,580$59,750
Greenville, NC$27,230$30,370$37,880$47,460$57,250
Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, NC$28,700$30,240$37,560$46,640$55,340
Jacksonville, NC$25,790$29,200$35,690$44,560$49,500
Mountain North Carolina nonmetropolitan area$23,130$29,200$36,750$44,200$48,130
New Bern, NC$23,300$29,020$36,560$46,420$50,960
Northeast Coastal North Carolina nonmetropolitan area$22,810$29,200$36,780$46,750$48,550
Piedmont North Carolina nonmetropolitan area$26,060$29,600$37,180$46,640$48,720
Raleigh, NC$29,490$36,910$41,140$48,620$60,140
Rocky Mount, NC$23,490$29,840$37,250$44,770$54,600
Southeast Coastal North Carolina nonmetropolitan area$27,110$29,620$37,060$46,640$48,740
Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC$29,380$36,610$38,900$48,340$59,280
Wilmington, NC$28,510$30,670$37,560$47,460$56,250
Winston-Salem, NC$28,650$31,370$38,180$48,310$56,970

In North Carolina:

  • Workers on average earn $18.37 per hour.
  • 10% of workers earn $13.34 or less per hour.
  • 10% of workers earn $28.50 or more per hour.

In the United States:

  • Workers on average earn $21.90 per hour.
  • 10% of workers earn $14.00 or less per hour.
  • 10% of workers earn $29.80 or more per hour.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics 2021 wage data external site.

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LocationHourly Low (10%)Hourly QL (25%)Hourly Median (50%)Hourly QU (75%)Hourly High (90%)
United States$14.00$17.67$21.90$23.92$29.80
North Carolina$13.34$15.54$18.37$23.04$28.50
Asheville, NC$11.53$14.76$18.39$22.82$25.90
Burlington, NC$11.52$14.34$17.95$22.63$26.36
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC$14.17$16.89$19.11$23.24$28.96
Durham-Chapel Hill, NC$14.60$18.14$22.85$24.65$29.31
Fayetteville, NC$12.40$14.01$17.61$22.02$25.53
Goldsboro, NC$11.18$14.08$17.58$22.28$23.34
Greensboro-High Point, NC$13.68$16.95$18.54$23.36$28.73
Greenville, NC$13.09$14.60$18.21$22.82$27.52
Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, NC$13.80$14.54$18.06$22.42$26.61
Jacksonville, NC$12.40$14.04$17.16$21.42$23.80
Mountain North Carolina nonmetropolitan area$11.12$14.04$17.67$21.25$23.14
New Bern, NC$11.20$13.95$17.58$22.32$24.50
Northeast Coastal North Carolina nonmetropolitan area$10.96$14.04$17.68$22.47$23.34
Piedmont North Carolina nonmetropolitan area$12.53$14.23$17.88$22.42$23.42
Raleigh, NC$14.18$17.75$19.78$23.38$28.91
Rocky Mount, NC$11.29$14.35$17.91$21.53$26.25
Southeast Coastal North Carolina nonmetropolitan area$13.03$14.24$17.82$22.42$23.43
Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC$14.12$17.60$18.70$23.24$28.50
Wilmington, NC$13.71$14.75$18.06$22.82$27.04
Winston-Salem, NC$13.77$15.08$18.36$23.23$27.39