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SALEM, VA: CWA Local 82161
SALEM, VA: IBT Local 171
SALEM, VA: NALC Local 1605
SALEM, VA: PACE Local 515
SALEM, VA: TCU Local 6061
SALEM, VA: USW Local 1023
SALEM, WV: GCC Local 95
SALINA, KS: APWU Local 886
SALINA, KS: BCTGM Local 107
SALINA, KS: BLET Local 587
SALINA, KS: CWA Local 6411
SALINA, KS: IATSE Local 464
SALINA, KS: NALC Local 486
SALINA, KS: NRLCA Local 203
SALINA, KS: UTU Local 495
SALINAS, CA: AFGE Local 2003
SALINAS, CA: CWA Local 14910
SALINAS, CA: CWA Local 9490
SALINAS, CA: IBT Local 890
SALINAS, CA: SEIU Local 817
SALINAS, CA: UFCW Local 1096
SALINAS, CA: UFCW Local 839
SALINE, MI: UAW Local 892
SALINE, OK: USW Local 9368
SALISBURY, MD: APWU Local 4321
SALISBURY, MD: CWA Local 2106
SALISBURY, MD: IAM Local 2795
SALISBURY, MD: NALC Local 902
SALISBURY, NC: AFGE Local 1738
SALISBURY, NC: APWU Local 1236
SALISBURY, NC: CWA Local 3613
SALISBURY, NC: NALC Local 934
SALISBURY, NC: SEIU Local 576
SALISBURY, NC: TCU Local 6205
SALISBURY, NC: UTU Local 783
SALIX, PA: UMWA Local 7925
SALLISAW, OK: AFGE Local 3266
SALLISAW, OK: CWA Local 6500
SALT LAKE CITY, UT: AFGE Local 3251
SALT LAKE CITY, UT: AFM Local 104
 

How are prevailing wage rates established?

The minimum monetary wages and fringe benefits to be paid are established based on what is prevailing in the locality. A rate is determined to prevail where a single rate is paid to a majority (50 percent or more) of the workers in the same class in a particular locality. If a single rate is not paid to the majority of workers in a locality, statistical measurements such as the median (a point in a distribution where 50 percent of the surveyed workers receive that or a higher rate and 50 percent receive a lesser rate) or the mean (average) are used to establish prevailing wage rates.

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