Urban/Regional Planner

Code: 19-3051.00

Also known as: City Planner, Community Development Planner, Community Planner, Development Technician, Housing Development Specialist, Neighborhood Planner, Planning Technician, Regional Planner, Urban Design Consultant, Zoning Technician

Description: Towns and cities don't just pop up out of nowhere. They require careful planning and foresight in order to support its inhabitants. Urban and Regional Planners map out programs and land usage to accommodate population growth, revitalize a town or city's physical facilities and help create thriving communities. Planners are generally required to have a Master's degree.

Urban/Regional Planner

Typical wages

10% $46,830
25% $59,130
Median $75,950
75% $96,380
90% $118,280
10% $22.51
25% $28.43
Median $36.52
75% $46.34
90% $56.86

Projected employment

Estimated Employment
(2019 year)
Projected Employment
(2029 year)
Percent Change +0 %
Projected Annual Job Openings 3,700