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For: Urban and Regional Planners
SOC Code: 19-3051

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Occupational Description
Occupational TitleOccupational Description
Urban and Regional PlannersDevelop comprehensive plans and programs for use of land and physical facilities of local jurisdictions, such as towns, cities, counties, and metropolitan areas.


2015 Occupational Wage Estimates
- Wages Aged to June 2016 -

For: Urban and Regional Planners
AreaEntry WageMedian WageMedian Annual
Statewide$23.00  $30.34  $63,118.00  
West Northwestern Ohio nonmetropolitan area$21.50  $33.05  $68,735.00  
Other Ohio nonmetropolitan area$21.75  $29.68  $61,739.00  
Southern Ohio nonmetropolitan area$21.14  $27.30  $56,776.00  
Akron MSA$26.22  $30.23  $62,873.00  
Cincinnati MSA$23.55  $30.92  $64,303.00  
Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor MSA$19.97  $30.09  $62,587.00  
Columbus MSA$25.45  $30.64  $63,731.00  
Dayton MSA$24.08  $33.97  $70,666.00  
Huntington MSA$20.64  $32.97  $68,582.00  
Lima MSA$18.05  $24.90  $51,781.00  
Toledo MSA$23.74  $27.74  $57,685.00  
Youngstown MSA$17.10  $23.02  $47,890.00  
Southwest Ohio$24.91  $31.23  $64,960.00  
Northeast Ohio$21.03  $29.88  $62,155.00  
Central Ohio$25.10  $30.29  $63,017.00  
West Ohio$24.52  $34.10  $70,940.00  
Northwest Ohio$20.26  $28.61  $59,494.00  


Education Level Needed
For: Urban and Regional Planners
  Master's degree  


Ohio Employment Projections
For: Urban and Regional Planners
2014
Annual
Employment
2024
Projected
Employment
Change in
Employment
2014-2024
Percent
Change
2014-2024
Total
Annual
Openings
660  680  20  3.0%  15  


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