Tellers in District of Columbia
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While jobs for Tellers in District of Columbia are decreasing, those who do work in these jobs get paid higher than average.
Employment for Tellers in District of Columbia is expected to decrease.
Tellers in District of Columbia earn lower salaries than the typical U.S. wage earner.
How Many Tellers Work in District of Columbia?
In 2018, there were 1,060 Tellers working in the state.
There were 1,030 Tellers employed in this state in 2017.
That’s growth of 30 jobs between 2017 and 2018.
The typical state has 6,220 Tellers working in it, which means District of Columbia has fewer Tellers than average.
Job Projections for District of Columbia
Jobs for Tellers in this state are declining at a rate of 12.4% which is a faster decline than the nationwide estimated projection of -8.3%.
District of Columbia Annual Job Openings
The BLS is projecting 110 annual Tellers job openings in District of Columbia, and 990 total jobs in the year 2026.
Nationwide, the prediction is 51,500 annual jobs and 460,900 total jobs in 2026.
What do Tellers Make in District of Columbia?
In 2018 wages for Tellers ranged from $27,400 to $48,060 with $34,420 being the median annual salary.
Broken down to an hourly rate, workers in this field made anywhere from $13.17 to $23.11. The median hourly rate was $16.55.
In 2017 the median pay for this field was $14.97 an hour.
The hourly rate grew by $1.58.
The median salary in District of Columbia is higher than the nationwide median salary.
Top District of Columbia Metros for Tellers
The table below shows some of the metros in this state with the most Tellers.
|Metro||Number Employed||Annual Median Salary|
Top States for Tellers Employment
View the list below to see where most Tellers work.
|State||Number Employed||Annual Median Salary|
Below are the states where Tellers get paid the most:
|State||Annual Median Salary|
|District of Columbia||$34,420|
What Major Will Prepare You For a Teller Career?
- Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
- College Factual
- National Center for Education Statistics
- O*NET Online
- Image Credit: By Dave Dugdale under License
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