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 about the same as related careers in Virgin Islands. On average, they make less than culinary chefs but more than hosts and hostesses.

Career Median Salary
Culinary chef salary $32K
Butcher salary $27K
Food server salary $19K
Baker salary $26K
Restaurant cook salary $25K
Bartender salary $19K
Barista salary $20K
Host and hostess salary $19K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)