United States Median Weekly Earnings By Gender of Full-Time Postmasters and Mail Superintendents Aged 16yrs+
Updated on September 23, 2021.

According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2011, the median weekly earnings (not seasonally adjusted) of full-time workers aged 16 years and above in the United States who were postmasters and mail superintendents, was $1,090; median weekly earnings of male postmasters and mail superintendents was $1,351, and that of females in the same occupation was $1,015.

The chart and table below shows the historical median weekly earnings (without seasonal adjustment) by gender for full-time postmasters and mail superintendents in the United States from 2002 to 2011.

U.S. Median Weekly Earnings By Gender of Full-Time Postmasters and Mail Superintendents Aged 16yrs+ ($)
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U.S. Median Weekly Earnings By Gender of Full-Time Postmasters and Mail Superintendents Aged 16yrs+ ($)
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Year Both Genders ($) Men ($) Women ($)
2,002 889 1,081 796
2,003 1,052 1,167 818
2,004 932 950 903
2,005 822 1,144 749
2,006 989 1,118 912
2,007 1,021 1,095 1,010
2,008 1,046 1,511 954
2,009 1,006 1,376 797
2,010 948 1,244 901
2,011 1,090 1,351 1,015

U.S. Median Weekly Earnings By Gender for Other Occupations

See also the median weekly earnings by gender for other occupations in the United States.