In August 2016, average hourly earning of all U.S. employees on private nonfarm payrolls was $25.73, which was 61 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 2015 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates
. Following table is a summary of H1B related occupations.
|H1B Occupation Group
||Number of Jobs
||Average Annual Salary
|Business and financial operations
|Computer and mathematical
|Architecture and engineering
|Life, physical, and social science
|Education, training, and library
|Healthcare practitioner and technical
|click here to view hourly and yearly wages of all occupation groups
If you want to know more about your potential income level in United States, please try these links:
- 2016 H1B Visa Report by Occupation
- 2016 Green Card Report by Occupation
- Prevailing Wage Determination Database for Foreign Workers
- 2015 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates by Sub-Occupation
U.S. economy has finally recovered. The employers are desperately looking for skilled foreign workers. It is time for you to update your career profile
and pitch potential employers now!
Not all jobs are created equal!
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.