Auto body repairer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Auto body repairer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $58,110
Alabama $42,030
Arkansas $40,370
Arizona $45,790
California $48,830
Colorado $44,400
Connecticut $48,240
District of Columbia $40,420
Delaware $39,410
Florida $38,250
Georgia $44,140
Guam $26,350
Hawaii $51,210
Iowa $39,520
Idaho $45,270
Illinois $44,267
Indiana $39,320
Kansas $37,950
Kentucky $43,540
Louisiana $38,610
Massachusetts $50,760
Maryland $50,610
Maine $38,390
Michigan $42,950
Minnesota $40,380
Missouri $44,670
Mississippi $38,940
Montana $42,760
North Carolina $45,590
North Dakota $48,580
Nebraska $39,680
New Hampshire $45,400
New Jersey $48,540
New Mexico $35,490
Nevada $40,180
New York $44,930
Ohio $38,580
Oklahoma $36,270
Oregon $38,630
Pennsylvania $39,523
Puerto Rico $19,140
Rhode Island $46,250
South Carolina $37,210
South Dakota $38,430
Tennessee $37,210
Texas $41,430
Utah $38,220
Virginia $45,850
Vermont $41,220
Washington $45,740
Wisconsin $41,650
West Virginia $36,900
Wyoming $45,490

How do auto body repairer salaries compare to similar careers?

Auto body repairers earn about the same as related careers in Alaska. On average, they make less than hydroelectric plant technicians but more than extraction workers.

Career Median Salary
Hydroelectric plant technician salary $70K
Power plant operator salary $56K
Aircraft mechanic salary $60K
Automotive service technician salary $54K
Millwright salary $66K
Auto body repairer salary $58K
Industrial machinery mechanic salary $59K
Derrick operator salary $55K
Extraction worker salary $39K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)