Greater Milwaukee of the NWS is male dominant but is looking to hire On 3 November 1999 over 50 chapter members, more women. The average age of an entry-level NWS friends, and guests met at the University of Wiscon- meteorologist is around 25 with a bulge mean of 31 sin—Milwaukee campus. Chapter President James years old for all NWS employees, and NWS employ- Frederick welcomed those in attendance and turned the ees near the top of the ladder average around the age floor over to Ken Rizzo, the meteorologist-in-charge of 50. Working for the NWS includes rotating shifts, of the Milwaukee/Sullivan office of the National except for administrative employees who work mainly Weathe r Service (NWS). Rizzo introduced the during normal business hours. May pointed out that evening's speaker, Jack May, regional director of the working evenings, overnight hours, and Sundays al- lows for additional pay. Starting compensation with NWS Central Region. Rizzo mentioned the many the NWS pays about $21,800 annually, with steady moves that May has made as he climbed the ranks increases to over $100,000 annually with years of ex- within the NWS. perience at upper-level positions. May began his talk highlighting the purpose and goals
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 2000
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