Hairdresser earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Hairdresser salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $58,990
Washington $44,510
Hawaii $38,250
Massachusetts $37,660
Illinois $36,040
Virginia $34,280
Arizona $30,930
Delaware $30,740
South Dakota $30,590
California $30,310
New York $30,310
New Jersey $30,280
Nebraska $30,100
Missouri $30,030
Maryland $29,850
Tennessee $29,830
Michigan $29,740
North Dakota $29,740
Minnesota $29,730
Connecticut $29,590
Florida $29,470
New Hampshire $29,450
North Carolina $29,440
Georgia $29,240
Colorado $29,150
Wisconsin $29,140
Rhode Island $29,100
Iowa $28,790
Oregon $28,670
Maine $28,640
Ohio $28,480
Pennsylvania $28,390
Indiana $28,350
Kansas $28,300
West Virginia $27,520
Montana $27,290
Texas $26,740
South Carolina $26,640
Arkansas $26,080
Utah $24,750
Vermont $24,520
Alabama $23,890
Idaho $23,780
Oklahoma $23,590
New Mexico $23,470
Nevada $23,330
Louisiana $23,250
Mississippi $23,250
Alaska $23,170
Wyoming $22,870
Kentucky $22,090
Puerto Rico $19,880
Guam $19,770

How do hairdresser salaries compare to similar careers?

Hairdressers earn about the same as related careers in New York. On average, they make less than medical administrative assistants but more than recreation workers.

Career Median Salary
Medical administrative assistant salary $44K
Painting, coating & decorating worker salary $38K
Office clerk salary $38K
Security guard salary $38K
Vehicle cleaner salary $35K
Hairdresser salary $30K
Housekeeper salary $36K
Courier salary $37K
Food server salary $30K
Recreation worker salary $37K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)