Electrician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Electrician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $76,440
Alabama $45,930
Arkansas $39,627
Arizona $38,386
California $64,260
Colorado $54,980
Connecticut $58,890
District of Columbia $78,260
Delaware $56,920
Florida $45,240
Georgia $48,800
Guam $37,540
Hawaii $74,872
Iowa $48,743
Idaho $48,840
Illinois $54,002
Indiana $51,387
Kansas $49,224
Kentucky $45,205
Louisiana $50,480
Massachusetts $68,030
Maryland $54,150
Maine $54,850
Michigan $59,940
Minnesota $66,915
Missouri $63,290
Mississippi $49,540
Montana $58,280
North Carolina $43,110
North Dakota $60,520
Nebraska $48,010
New Hampshire $54,460
New Jersey $64,290
New Mexico $48,900
Nevada $59,210
New York $70,990
Ohio $52,170
Oklahoma $49,120
Oregon $70,970
Pennsylvania $50,972
Puerto Rico $25,370
Rhode Island $59,070
South Carolina $43,730
South Dakota $44,560
Tennessee $49,260
Texas $50,980
Utah $55,440
Virginia $48,650
Virgin Islands, U.S. $50,580
Vermont $50,850
Washington $65,650
Wisconsin $61,620
West Virginia $54,120
Wyoming $59,050

How do electrician salaries compare to similar careers?

Electricians earn about the same as related careers in Delaware. On average, they make less than architects but more than carpenters.

Career Median Salary
Architect salary $74K
Surveyor salary $70K
Pipefitter salary $60K
Plumber salary $60K
Building and construction inspector salary $59K
Electrician salary $57K
Brickmason salary $56K
HVAC technician salary $51K
Ironworker salary $50K
Carpenter salary $48K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)