Sparks fly as work in done at Ingalls Shipbuilding, Wednesday, July 29, 2015. A study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that those who work in production such as shipbuilding in South Mississippi earn 30 percent more than the national average for that occupation. In all other categories, wages are at or below the national average.
Sparks fly as work in done at Ingalls Shipbuilding, Wednesday, July 29, 2015. A study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that those who work in production such as shipbuilding in South Mississippi earn 30 percent more than the national average for that occupation. In all other categories, wages are at or below the national average. Tim Isbell/File ttisbell@sunherald.com
Sparks fly as work in done at Ingalls Shipbuilding, Wednesday, July 29, 2015. A study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that those who work in production such as shipbuilding in South Mississippi earn 30 percent more than the national average for that occupation. In all other categories, wages are at or below the national average. Tim Isbell/File ttisbell@sunherald.com

One job in South Mississippi pays more than the national average

June 21, 2017 5:00 AM

More Videos

  • Popular Ocean Springs restaurant felt Hurricane Nate's strength

    Mikey's on the Bayou was closed Monday as friends and family of owner Mikey Adams worked to repair damage caused by Hurricane Nate. A section of the roof was blown off, allowing water to into the establishment. Mikey Adams, Jr., the owner's son, talks about the damage.