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WALL, NJ: IBEW Local 1289
WALL, NJ: IBEW Local 400
WALLA WALLA, WA: AFGE Local 181
WALLA WALLA, WA: APWU Local 36
WALLA WALLA, WA: IAM Local 271
WALLA WALLA, WA: NALC Local 736
WALLA WALLA, WA: UTU Local 1468
WALLER, TX: BMWE Local 1058
WALLER, TX: BMWE Local 1338
WALLINGFORD, CT: AFSCME Local 53
WALLINGFORD, CT: HFIAW Local 33
WALLINGFORD, CT: IBEW Local 90
WALLINGFORD, CT: PACE Local 5370
WALLINGFORD, CT: USW Local 2242
WALLKILL, NY: IW Local 417
WALLOPS ISLAND, VA: IAM Local 2552
WALNUT CREEK, CA: APWU Local 47
WALNUT HILL, IL: IBEW Local 1475
WALNUT RIDGE, AR: CWA Local 86341
WALNUT, CA: SMWIA Local 461
WALNUTPORT, PA: PACE Local 29
WALPOLE, MA: IBEW Local 104
WALPOLE, MA: NALC Local 1800
WALSENBURG, CO: BMWE Local 1501
WALTERBORO, SC: NALC Local 6123
WALTERSBURG, PA: UMWA Local 1901
WALTHAM, MA: CWA Local 81274
WALTHAM, MA: LIUNA Local 560
WALTON, KY: BMWE Local 2619
WALTON, KY: BRS Local 176
WALTON, KY: SEIU Local 578
WALTON, NE: UTU Local 627
WALTON, NY: NALC Local 1341
WANATAH, IN: USW Local 188
WAPAKONETA, OH: BCTGM Local 138
WAPAKONETA, OH: UAW Local 105
WAPAKONETA, OH: USW Local 982
WAPPINGERS, NY: HFIAW Local 201
WARMINSTER, PA: UAW Local 2255
WARNER ROBINS, GA: AFGE Local 39
 

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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