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 15% less than similar careers in Virginia. On average, they make less than architects but more than pipefitters.

Career Median Salary
Architect salary $83K
Surveyor salary $63K
Marine electrician salary $70K
Crane operator salary $61K
Building and construction inspector salary $58K
Electrician salary $49K
Ironworker salary $50K
Commercial diver salary $45K
Plumber salary $50K
Pipefitter salary $50K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)