Boilermaker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Boilermaker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $56,350
Arkansas $44,310
Arizona $58,400
California $70,590
Colorado $72,250
Connecticut $68,110
Florida $58,270
Georgia $62,010
Idaho $67,400
Illinois $67,360
Indiana $71,600
Kansas $59,100
Kentucky $84,930
Louisiana $59,470
Massachusetts $60,930
Maryland $59,800
Michigan $71,930
Minnesota $64,360
Missouri $43,150
Mississippi $55,430
Montana $72,520
North Carolina $62,140
North Dakota $84,270
Nebraska $77,750
New Hampshire $76,170
New Jersey $65,510
New Mexico $59,970
Nevada $35,750
New York $64,330
Ohio $73,040
Oklahoma $51,500
Oregon $61,860
Pennsylvania $78,380
South Carolina $59,230
Tennessee $72,680
Texas $57,570
Utah $59,310
Virginia $55,010
Washington $62,550
Wisconsin $62,500
West Virginia $70,170
Wyoming $71,800

How do boilermaker salaries compare to similar careers?

Boilermakers earn 6% less than similar careers in Michigan. On average, they make less than industrial production managers but more than riggers.

Career Median Salary
Industrial production manager salary $112K
Biomass power plant manager salary $112K
Power plant operator salary $79K
Logistician salary $78K
Industrial designer salary $78K
Boilermaker salary $72K
Occupational health specialist salary $70K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $62K
Petroleum pump system operator salary $61K
Rigger salary $53K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)