Agricultural worker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Agricultural worker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Nevada $46,430
Hawaii $42,770
Vermont $37,140
Mississippi $37,030
North Dakota $36,640
Alaska $36,060
Illinois $35,590
Maine $35,040
California $34,900
Washington $34,690
New Mexico $32,300
Massachusetts $31,120
Arizona $30,980
Minnesota $30,730
Maryland $30,670
Nebraska $30,310
Georgia $30,210
Wisconsin $30,190
New Jersey $30,090
South Carolina $29,950
New York $29,920
New Hampshire $29,810
Colorado $29,750
Florida $29,750
Iowa $29,640
Pennsylvania $29,630
South Dakota $29,630
Kansas $29,510
Alabama $29,440
Delaware $29,440
Oregon $29,390
Kentucky $29,380
Idaho $29,270
Ohio $29,270
Indiana $29,160
North Carolina $29,160
Montana $28,990
Connecticut $28,890
Wyoming $28,560
West Virginia $28,510
Virginia $28,490
Texas $28,390
Missouri $28,360
Utah $28,350
Michigan $27,130
Arkansas $25,460
Oklahoma $25,460
Louisiana $24,140
Tennessee $22,960

How do agricultural worker salaries compare to similar careers?

Agricultural workers earn 40% less than similar careers in Alabama. On average, they make less than agricultural engineers.

Career Median Salary
Agricultural engineer salary $62K
Certified crop advisor salary $59K
Biomass plant technician salary $47K
Grain elevator worker salary $46K
Farm equipment mechanic salary $45K
Agricultural worker salary $29K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)