Baker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Baker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $32,560
Alabama $24,071
Arkansas $20,268
Arizona $24,448
California $28,420
Colorado $28,950
Connecticut $28,050
District of Columbia $30,410
Delaware $24,350
Florida $26,110
Georgia $24,920
Guam $19,320
Hawaii $32,210
Iowa $26,380
Idaho $24,517
Illinois $23,803
Indiana $22,802
Kansas $22,751
Kentucky $22,667
Louisiana $23,640
Massachusetts $30,550
Maryland $25,680
Maine $27,970
Michigan $24,100
Minnesota $29,380
Missouri $24,110
Mississippi $22,790
Montana $26,370
North Carolina $24,140
North Dakota $29,720
Nebraska $25,120
New Hampshire $28,390
New Jersey $28,940
New Mexico $24,370
Nevada $28,870
New York $27,700
Ohio $25,730
Oklahoma $22,780
Oregon $28,920
Pennsylvania $24,698
Puerto Rico $18,200
Rhode Island $28,580
South Carolina $24,020
South Dakota $24,530
Tennessee $25,080
Texas $23,980
Utah $30,170
Virginia $24,950
Virgin Islands $26,070
Vermont $30,140
Washington $31,140
Wisconsin $28,780
West Virginia $23,420
Wyoming $30,660

How do baker salaries compare to similar careers?

Bakers earn 9% less than similar careers in New Jersey. On average, they make less than brewmasters but more than food preparation workers.

Career Median Salary
Brewmaster salary $57K
Butcher salary $46K
Food batchmaker salary $32K
Dietetic technician salary $33K
Restaurant cook salary $31K
Baker salary $29K
Bartender salary $28K
Food server salary $28K
Host and hostess salary $24K
Food preparation worker salary $23K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)