Becoming a Six Sigma Professional via Online Education?

At the very least, online education can help you lay a foundation and/or open up alternate career paths. American Intercontinental University is a US school (accredited) offering business and finance courses to train individuals to become top-notch business and finance professionals, event planners, web developers, SEOs, accountants, finance accountants, forensic accountants, tax accountants, advertisers, etc. Currently, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics there are 1,036,450 people employed as business operations specialists alone in America, and their average annual salary is $65,960. Industrial production managers make on average $93,650 per year and there are about 147,250 of them employed today. Colleges and universities like American Intercontinental University that provide online education are successfully launching workers into this field.

Six Sigma Professional Salary Information

Category: Industrial production managers

Total # Employed in the US 147,250
Average Hourly Wage: $45.03/hr
Hourly Wage Range
PERCENTILE
10%25%50%75%90%
$24.66 $31.58 $40.9 $53.75 $70.21
Average Yearly Salary $93,650
Yearly Salary Range
PERCENTILE
10%25%50%75%90%
$51,290 $65,680 $85,080 $111,790 $146,030
Employment Demographics
% OF WORKERS WITH
< High School Diploma High School Diploma Some College Associate Degree Bachelor Degree Master Degree Doctoral Degree
3.7% 21.8% 23.2% 9.2% 30.2% 10.7% 1.2%
Industrial production managers — WAGES BY STATE, SORTED BY SALARY
STATEAverage Hourly WageAverage Annual Salary
Wyoming $54.85/hr $114,090
North Dakota $53.71/hr $111,720
District of Columbia $51.36/hr $106,830
Missouri $50.17/hr $104,340
Oklahoma $48.91/hr $101,740
Montana $48.3/hr $100,470
Colorado $48.16/hr $100,180
Hawaii $46.86/hr $97,460
Mississippi $46.8/hr $97,340
Nebraska $46.52/hr $96,770
Ohio $46.06/hr $95,800
Delaware $45.55/hr $94,740
Virginia $45.52/hr $94,690
Massachusetts $44.69/hr $92,960
South Carolina $44.49/hr $92,540
Louisiana $44.47/hr $92,500
Connecticut $44.06/hr $91,640
North Carolina $43.57/hr $90,630
Puerto Rico $42.97/hr $89,380
Tennessee $42.59/hr $88,590
Kentucky $42.44/hr $88,280
Arkansas $42.39/hr $88,180
Utah $42.06/hr $87,480
Kansas $41.86/hr $87,060
Guam $41.76/hr $86,860
Washington $41.65/hr $86,640
New Hampshire $41.26/hr $85,820
Indiana $40.72/hr $84,700
New Mexico $40.25/hr $83,720
Michigan $40.12/hr $83,450
West Virginia $39.92/hr $83,030
Oregon $39.49/hr $82,140
Alabama $39.4/hr $81,950
New York $39/hr $81,110
Idaho $38.9/hr $80,920
Maryland $38.75/hr $80,600
Alaska $37.75/hr $78,520
Iowa $37.28/hr $77,540
California $37.18/hr $77,330
Nevada $36.67/hr $76,270
South Dakota $36/hr $74,870
Maine $35.36/hr $73,560
Wisconsin $34.81/hr $72,400
New Jersey $34.03/hr $70,780
Pennsylvania $33.88/hr $70,480


Category: Training and development specialists

Total # Employed in the US 205,020
Average Hourly Wage: $26.59/hr
Hourly Wage Range
PERCENTILE
10%25%50%75%90%
$14.48 $18.89 $25.06 $32.84 $41.28
Average Yearly Salary $55,310
Yearly Salary Range
PERCENTILE
10%25%50%75%90%
$30,120 $39,280 $52,120 $68,300 $85,860
Employment Demographics
% OF WORKERS WITH
< High School Diploma High School Diploma Some College Associate Degree Bachelor Degree Master Degree Doctoral Degree
1.6% 13.7% 22.9% 9.2% 37.7% 13.2% 1.8%
Training and development specialists — WAGES BY STATE, SORTED BY SALARY
STATEAverage Hourly WageAverage Annual Salary
Florida $33.03/hr $68,710
North Dakota $32.01/hr $66,570
Colorado $31.33/hr $65,170
Oklahoma $30.19/hr $62,790
Delaware $29.83/hr $62,050
Missouri $29.7/hr $61,770
District of Columbia $29.46/hr $61,270
Mississippi $28.82/hr $59,940
Alaska $28.1/hr $58,440
Virginia $27.84/hr $57,900
Nebraska $27.7/hr $57,620
Idaho $26.89/hr $55,920
Connecticut $26.83/hr $55,810
Oregon $26.56/hr $55,250
Kansas $26.53/hr $55,170
Montana $26.41/hr $54,930
Tennessee $26.19/hr $54,470
Arkansas $25.8/hr $53,660
Ohio $25.8/hr $53,650
South Carolina $25.71/hr $53,480
Wyoming $25.27/hr $52,560
Washington $25.02/hr $52,050
Hawaii $24.99/hr $51,970
Utah $24.83/hr $51,640
Indiana $24.65/hr $51,280
Kentucky $24.16/hr $50,260
Puerto Rico $24.11/hr $50,150
Maine $24/hr $49,910
Michigan $23.96/hr $49,830
New Hampshire $23.84/hr $49,590
North Carolina $23.77/hr $49,450
New Mexico $23.56/hr $49,010
Wisconsin $23.53/hr $48,940
Iowa $23.3/hr $48,470
Alabama $23.16/hr $48,180
New York $23.11/hr $48,080
Pennsylvania $23.03/hr $47,890
Maryland $22.8/hr $47,430
Louisiana $22.61/hr $47,040
Guam $22.47/hr $46,730
Massachusetts $21.77/hr $45,290
South Dakota $20.19/hr $42,000
California $20.09/hr $41,780
Nevada $19.98/hr $41,560
New Jersey $19.83/hr $41,240
West Virginia $18.99/hr $39,510


Category: Financial specialists, all other

Total # Employed in the US 153,720
Average Hourly Wage: $31.16/hr
Hourly Wage Range
PERCENTILE
10%25%50%75%90%
$16.87 $21.18 $28.05 $37.63 $49.31
Average Yearly Salary $64,810
Yearly Salary Range
PERCENTILE
10%25%50%75%90%
$35,100 $44,050 $58,350 $78,280 $102,560
Employment Demographics
% OF WORKERS WITH
< High School Diploma High School Diploma Some College Associate Degree Bachelor Degree Master Degree Doctoral Degree
2.2% 15.8% 21.1% 10.0% 34.1% 13.9% 2.9%
Financial specialists, all other — WAGES BY STATE, SORTED BY SALARY
STATEAverage Hourly WageAverage Annual Salary
Florida $43.46/hr $90,410
Delaware $38.77/hr $80,650
Missouri $34.91/hr $72,610
Kansas $34.77/hr $72,320
Oklahoma $33.78/hr $70,260
Colorado $32.56/hr $67,730
Connecticut $32.46/hr $67,510
Nevada $32.26/hr $67,100
Indiana $31.91/hr $66,370
Maine $31.89/hr $66,330
West Virginia $31.67/hr $65,880
North Dakota $31.64/hr $65,810
South Carolina $31.45/hr $65,410
Oregon $31.17/hr $64,830
Mississippi $31.03/hr $64,530
Utah $31.02/hr $64,510
Alabama $30.91/hr $64,280
North Carolina $30.82/hr $64,100
Montana $29.98/hr $62,350
New Hampshire $29.64/hr $61,660
South Dakota $29.61/hr $61,590
Wisconsin $29.45/hr $61,260
Guam $29.28/hr $60,900
New Mexico $29.15/hr $60,640
Wyoming $29.13/hr $60,590
Washington $29.11/hr $60,540
Nebraska $28.86/hr $60,030
Alaska $28.72/hr $59,740
Tennessee $28.51/hr $59,300
Kentucky $28.3/hr $58,870
Hawaii $28.26/hr $58,790
Puerto Rico $28.21/hr $58,670
Ohio $27.99/hr $58,220
New York $26.99/hr $56,130
Iowa $26.77/hr $55,680
Idaho $26.69/hr $55,510
Virginia $26.36/hr $54,820
Michigan $25.94/hr $53,940
Arkansas $24.76/hr $51,490
Maryland $24.68/hr $51,340
New Jersey $24.47/hr $50,890
Louisiana $24.21/hr $50,350
California $22.93/hr $47,680
Pennsylvania $22.56/hr $46,920


Category: Business teachers, postsecondary

Total # Employed in the US 73,790
Average Yearly Salary $83,840
Yearly Salary Range
PERCENTILE
10%25%50%75%90%
$34,960 $49,380 $73,320 $105,470 $147,050
Employment Demographics
% OF WORKERS WITH
< High School Diploma High School Diploma Some College Associate Degree Bachelor Degree Master Degree Doctoral Degree
0.2% 0.7% 2.7% 2.3% 15.3% 34.6% 44.2%
Business teachers, postsecondary — WAGES BY STATE, SORTED BY SALARY
STATEAverage Hourly WageAverage Annual Salary
Alabama - $82,340
Alaska - $66,800
Arkansas - $104,340
California - $65,920
Colorado - $92,650
Connecticut - $83,560
Delaware - $127,210
District of Columbia - $96,470
Florida - $76,700
Hawaii - $82,840
Idaho - $85,290
Indiana - $93,490
Iowa - $71,790
Kansas - $67,920
Kentucky - $70,460
Louisiana - $80,440
Maine - $62,390
Maryland - $83,540
Massachusetts - $57,790
Michigan - $78,020
Mississippi - $80,650
Missouri - $115,100
Montana - $95,000
Nebraska - $69,810
Nevada - $65,370
New Hampshire - $71,220
New Jersey - $56,060
New Mexico - $70,910
New York - $79,600
North Carolina - $90,720
North Dakota - $88,240
Ohio - $66,900
Oklahoma - $97,170
Oregon - $78,430
Pennsylvania - $69,610
South Carolina - $66,770
South Dakota - $56,790
Tennessee - $91,400
Utah - $81,440
Virginia - $92,720
Washington - $74,970
West Virginia - $64,340
Wisconsin - $75,060
Wyoming - $97,670
Guam - $79,920
Puerto Rico - $65,660


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