Butcher earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Butcher salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $46,030
Alabama $30,970
Arkansas $30,300
Arizona $33,281
California $31,320
Colorado $34,310
Connecticut $44,880
District of Columbia $44,160
Delaware $41,230
Florida $30,750
Georgia $29,230
Guam $22,310
Hawaii $42,500
Iowa $26,460
Idaho $34,140
Illinois $29,673
Indiana $30,618
Kansas $32,800
Kentucky $30,340
Louisiana $28,120
Massachusetts $39,200
Maryland $42,080
Maine $31,280
Michigan $30,220
Minnesota $35,890
Missouri $32,890
Mississippi $26,260
Montana $32,490
North Carolina $31,750
North Dakota $32,970
Nebraska $33,150
New Hampshire $42,690
New Jersey $46,350
New Mexico $27,740
Nevada $33,900
New York $32,420
Ohio $35,160
Oklahoma $27,500
Oregon $35,490
Pennsylvania $32,110
Puerto Rico $18,270
Rhode Island $39,570
South Carolina $33,630
South Dakota $30,970
Tennessee $31,120
Texas $24,370
Utah $31,000
Virginia $34,580
Virgin Islands $31,610
Vermont $34,280
Washington $41,410
Wisconsin $38,890
West Virginia $28,670
Wyoming $35,270

How do butcher salaries compare to similar careers?

Butchers earn 7% less than similar careers in District of Columbia. On average, they make less than restaurant managers but more than baristas.

Career Median Salary
Restaurant manager salary $66K
Culinary chef salary $63K
Registered dietitian nutritionist salary $66K
Food server salary $30K
Bartender salary $37K
Butcher salary $44K
Restaurant cook salary $33K
Baker salary $30K
Food batchmaker salary $31K
Barista salary $29K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)