Hand polishing worker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Hand polishing worker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $29,510
Arkansas $25,810
Arizona $34,550
California $31,050
Colorado $36,940
Connecticut $31,600
Florida $30,130
Georgia $27,690
Hawaii $29,180
Iowa $29,810
Idaho $28,620
Illinois $28,650
Indiana $30,460
Kansas $29,260
Kentucky $28,590
Louisiana $25,080
Massachusetts $38,640
Maryland $34,430
Maine $37,720
Michigan $27,680
Minnesota $32,650
Missouri $25,520
Mississippi $26,390
Montana $29,810
North Carolina $27,170
North Dakota $27,090
Nebraska $33,570
New Hampshire $27,640
New Jersey $38,020
New Mexico $26,550
Nevada $25,480
New York $29,250
Ohio $27,600
Oklahoma $29,130
Oregon $30,370
Pennsylvania $35,190
Puerto Rico $18,380
Rhode Island $36,350
South Carolina $25,820
South Dakota $32,770
Tennessee $25,610
Texas $29,170
Utah $29,430
Virginia $31,640
Vermont $28,950
Washington $32,130
Wisconsin $28,030
West Virginia $25,220

How do hand polishing worker salaries compare to similar careers?

Hand polishing workers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than log graders but more than sewing machine operators.

Career Median Salary
Log grader salary $37K
Quarry rock splitter salary $36K
Fork lift operator salary $35K
Molding and casting worker salary $34K
Metal worker salary $33K
Hand polishing worker salary $31K
Dyeing machine operator salary $29K
Machine feeder salary $29K
Sewing machine operator salary $26K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)