In September 2014, average hourly earning of all U.S. employees on private nonfarm payrolls was $24.53, which was 47 cents higher than one year ago. But how about the salary levels of those professional occupations qualified for H1B visa? Based on a national survey of employers of every size, in every state and every industry sector, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics created the 2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates. Following table is a summary of H1B related occupations. ... [More]
The 2013 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates are calculated from data collected in a national survey of employers. These estimates are cross-industry estimates; each occupation's employment and wage estimates are calculated from data collected from employers in all industry sectors. Self-employed persons are not included in the survey or estimates.
Occupation codeOccupation title Employment Median hourly wageMean hourly wageAnnual mean wage
All Occupa... [More]
Data on occupational employment and wages are collected from employers of every size, in every state, in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas, in all industry sectors. These estimates are cross-industry estimates. Self-employed persons are not included in the survey or estimates.
Median hourly wage
Mean hourly wage
Annual mean wage
Business and Financial Operations... [More]
U.S. employers added 248,000 new jobs in September, a burst of hiring that helped drive down the unemployment rate to 5.9 percent, the lowest since July 2008. Many economists consider an unemployment rate of 5.5% as a healthy level. [More]
U.S. unemployment rate and unemployed persons(in thousands) by occupation and age in September. [More]
Myvisajobs recently introduced a new feature that enables you to follow visa sponsors you are interested in. When you follow a visa sponsor on Myvisajobs, you can be notified when there are: - new job opportunities qualified for work visa - new labor condition applications filed for h1b visa - new labor certifications filed for green card - new reviews and comments posted by users - new visa job contacts added - new updates on company profiles It is pretty... [More]
U.S. Immigration laws require that the wage offered to a foreign worker(PERM, H-1B, H-2B, E-3, etc.) must be the prevailing wage rate for the occupational classification in the area of employment. The employers can obtain this wage rate by submitting a request to the National Prevailing Wage Center (NPWC). [More]
In the US, recruiting and hiring is year round. However, the busiest hiring season is the autumn(Labor Day through Thanksgiving). It is very important that you update your career profile, resume and cover letters now! In September, decision makers are back from summer vacation. Hiring managers push for an increase to take advantage of remaining budget for the year. If they don't hire before January, they might lose the allocated funds for new employees. The slowest season for hiri... [More]
We has just obtained from the Office of Foreign Labor Certification the most recent 2014 statistics sheets on H-1B visa, H-2A Visa, H-2B Visa, PERM and Prevailing Wage Determination.
The factsheets tell you the application status, case actions, top occupations, job locations and some other interesting statistics about all 5 labor programs. The cutoff dates of the reports were June 30, 2014. [More]
The F visa(Academic Student) and M visa (Vocational Student) are non-immigrant student visas that allow foreigners to pursue education (academic studies and/or language training programs) in the United States. [More]