Covered Wages by Industry
Average annual and total wages by NAICS industries and areas for wage earners
covered by unemployment insurance from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW), also known as ES-202.
Hourly Earnings by Industry
Annual average earnings data for 2013 from Current Employment Statistics (CES).
Earnings by Gender and Industry
Compare gender differences in annual average earnings within or between industries,
including female/male earnings ratios.
The earnings table has information for Vermont and Workforce
Investment Board regions. Earnings is a Quarterly Workforce Indicator (QWI), a product
of the Longitudinal Employer-Household Dyhamics program.
Wage Rates by Occupation
Find wage rates for a selected occupation at Occupational Information
Center or download wage data for all occupations at Occupations.
The Vermont Wage Distribution table provides wage rates
across all occupations in the Occupational Employment Survey.
The 2013 Fringe Benefit Study PDF
presents a point-in-time snapshot of benefits currently offered by private employers in Vermont.
Employers were asked whether they offered medical, disability or life insurance, a pension plan, paid vacation,
and other specific benefits to workers and the costs of these benefits.
Per Capita Income
(source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis - bea.gov)
- State and County QuickFacts
Quick, easy access to facts about people, business and geography in Vermont.
"Browse data sets for Vermont" in the upper right of Quickfacts contains more tables.
A collection of income reports, both annual and decennial, for states as well as the nation.
Equal Pay and other Workplace Laws
These flyers are part of a public information campaign to educate both employers and workers in Vermont about their rights and responsibilities under the new equal pay law, which came into effect January 2014. Vermont workers now have the right to request flexible working arrangements without fear of retaliation. Those intermediate or long-term changes might include working from home, changes in the number of days or hours worked, changes in work arrival or departure times or job-sharing. Employers must discuss and consider such requests at least twice per calendar year. Other information incorporated includes current equal pay laws, how to handle suspected pay discrimination, wage disclosure laws, pregnant worker’s rights, lactation accommodations, anti-retaliation protection, and information concerning family and medical leave.
Employers and employees: Use the Business and Professional Women Foundation's Equal Pay Audit to protect your workplace against pay equity violations.
- Poverty Reports
Numerous reports on poverty from Census, including state data.
- Poverty Guidelines
Guidelines are issued by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for administrative purposes.
Includes an explaination of Thresholds and Guidelines.
- Basic Needs Budgets Reports
The Vermont Joint Fiscal Office annually prepares a Basic Needs Budgets and
Minimum Wage Report. Each Report contains "Liviable Wages" for six possible family
configurations in urban or rural areas with moderate or low cost food plan options.
Reports are available at Joint
Fiscal Office Reports under Subject - "Basic Needs Budgets".
- Vermont Livable Wage Campaign
The VLWC is an activity of the Peace & Justice Center engaged in research, advocacy, educational programs, and grassroots organizing in it’s dedication to ensuring that every Vermonter receives a livable wage or income.