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WAGES: SANTA CRUZ vs. SILICON VALLEY

The first file below provides a PDF summary overview (with graphs and tables) of a recently completed analysis based on Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data from May 2013 comparing wages in Santa Cruz County with wages in the Santa Clara County/Silicon Valley. Published online on the Santa Cruz Tech Beat website at: http://www.santacruztechbeat.com/2014/09/11/santa-cruz-wages-really-compare-silicon-valley/ 

The second file is an Excel workbook (created in Excel 2010 but saved to be compatible with Excel 2003-2007) containing four tabs or worksheets. The first tab provides some brief instructions. The second tab provides a high level wage comparison (Santa Cruz vs. Silicon Valley) summary of 22 Santa Cruz Occupational Categories into which a total of 261 Santa Cruz Job Titles are "rolled-up". Tabs three and four provide comparison data for only the 261 job titles without the roll-up Occupational Categories. Jobs on Tab three are sorted alphabetically so a job's wage can be quickly compared to its counterpart in Silicon Valley. Jobs on Tab four are sorted by each Santa Cruz job's wage relative to the wage of the same job in Santa Clara County. The sort is by +/- % difference - from low to high, or least competitive to most competitive.

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WAGES: SANTA CRUZ COUNTY vs. MONTEREY COUNTY

The first file below provides a PDF summary overview (with graphs and tables) of a recently completed analysis based on Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data from May 2013 comparing wages in Santa Cruz County with wages in Monterey County. Published online on the Santa Cruz Tech Beat website at: http://www.santacruztechbeat.com/2014/09/25/santa-cruz-monterey-wages-compare/

The second file is an Excel workbook (created in Excel 2010 but saved to be compatible with Excel 2003-2007) containing detailed wage comparison data. It consists of five tabs/worksheets. The first tab provides a brief introduction. The second tab provides a high level wage comparison (Santa Cruz County vs. Monterey County) summary of 22 Santa Cruz Occupational Categories and 238 Santa Cruz Job Titles sorted alphabetically under each Occupational Category. Tab three provides an alpha listing of the 238 job titles showing employee populations and wage data for each. Tab four lists the same data found on tab three sorted by +/- % difference vs. Monterey County - from low to high, or least competitive to most competitive.

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WAGES: MONTEREY COUNTY vs. SILICON VALLEY

The first file below provides a PDF summary overview (with graphs and tables) of a recently completed analysis based on Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data from May 2013 comparing wages in Monterey County with wages in Silicon Valley. Published online on the Santa Cruz Tech Beat website at: http://www.santacruztechbeat.com/2014/10/03/wages-monterey-county-vs-silicon-valley/

The second file is an Excel workbook (created in Excel 2010 but saved to be compatible with Excel 2003-2007) containing detailed wage comparison data. It consists of four tabs/worksheets. The first tab provides a brief introduction. The second tab provides a high level wage comparison (Monterey County vs. Silicon Valley) summary of 22 Monterey County Occupational Categories and 300 Monterey County Job Titles sorted alphabetically under each Occupational Category. Tab three provides an alpha listing of the 300 job titles showing employee populations and wage data for each. Tab four lists the same data found on tab three sorted by +/- % difference vs. Silicon Valley - from low to high, or least competitive to most competitive.

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