Industrial machinery mechanic earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Industrial machinery mechanic salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $64,180
Wyoming $60,420
North Dakota $59,240
Alaska $61,510
Hawaii $58,660
Nevada $61,580
Washington $55,950
Colorado $56,360
California $55,310
New Jersey $55,040
Connecticut $54,170
Oregon $53,440
Delaware $55,880
Massachusetts $54,100
Montana $53,600
Illinois $52,680
New Hampshire $53,620
New York $52,190
Utah $53,670
New Mexico $50,200
Louisiana $50,280
Missouri $50,810
Minnesota $53,180
Texas $49,810
Idaho $51,120
Maryland $51,990
Kansas $51,180
Rhode Island $50,940
Michigan $50,870
South Carolina $49,290
Maine $52,810
Wisconsin $49,030
Alabama $49,200
Oklahoma $49,220
Arizona $49,280
Kentucky $48,250
Indiana $47,910
Pennsylvania $48,480
Vermont $48,730
Virginia $48,680
Iowa $48,520
North Carolina $47,620
Ohio $48,270
Tennessee $46,460
Florida $47,400
Mississippi $43,690
Nebraska $46,030
Arkansas $45,240
Georgia $44,900
West Virginia $44,500
South Dakota $43,890
Puerto Rico $29,770

How do industrial machinery mechanic salaries compare to similar careers?

Industrial machinery mechanics earn 6% less than similar careers in Missouri. On average, they make less than power plant operators but more than commercial divers.

Career Median Salary
Power plant operator salary $78K
Aviation inspector salary $66K
Aircraft mechanic salary $59K
Avionics technician salary $53K
Hydroelectric plant technician salary $56K
Industrial machinery mechanic salary $51K
Rigger salary $44K
Radio mechanic salary $48K
Millwright salary $47K
Commercial diver salary $41K