Boilermaker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Boilermaker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $98,060
Minnesota $97,640
North Dakota $84,270
Colorado $80,940
Ohio $80,700
New Jersey $78,820
New York $78,600
Oklahoma $78,210
Massachusetts $78,170
Pennsylvania $77,250
Washington $77,240
Indiana $77,200
Hawaii $76,920
Utah $76,920
Delaware $76,310
New Hampshire $76,170
Michigan $75,510
Montana $72,110
Wyoming $71,800
West Virginia $70,170
Idaho $67,400
Maryland $67,120
Texas $64,290
Georgia $61,930
Louisiana $61,650
Tennessee $61,360
Alabama $60,590
Iowa $60,360
Kentucky $60,110
Mississippi $60,110
New Mexico $60,110
Oregon $60,110
South Carolina $59,230
Arizona $58,400
Virginia $49,330
Connecticut $48,930
North Carolina $48,800
Nevada $48,780
Florida $48,210
South Dakota $48,000
Arkansas $44,310
Kansas $42,440
Missouri $41,340
Nebraska $39,870
Wisconsin $39,740
California $109,410
Illinois $100,110

How do boilermaker salaries compare to similar careers?

Boilermakers earn about the same as related careers in South Carolina. On average, they make less than petroleum pump system operators but more than metal casters.

Career Median Salary
Petroleum pump system operator salary $84K
Power plant operator salary $74K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $68K
Logistician salary $65K
Occupational health specialist salary $52K
Boilermaker salary $59K
Quality control inspector salary $55K
Tool and die maker salary $53K
Mining machine operator salary $49K
Metal caster salary $51K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)