Logging worker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Logging worker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $57,160
Alabama $44,690
Arkansas $44,600
California $50,820
Colorado $24,170
Georgia $44,840
Idaho $43,170
Indiana $47,540
Kentucky $35,150
Louisiana $39,950
Massachusetts $45,710
Maryland $34,820
Michigan $34,860
Minnesota $44,740
Missouri $40,020
Mississippi $45,240
Montana $68,910
North Carolina $45,520
New Hampshire $39,730
New York $83,600
Ohio $24,760
Oregon $70,560
Pennsylvania $30,376
Tennessee $36,440
Texas $47,840
Virginia $40,280
Vermont $41,000
Washington $61,390
West Virginia $38,030

How do logging worker salaries compare to similar careers?

Logging workers earn about the same as related careers in New York. On average, they make less than occupational health specialists but more than petroleum pump system operators.

Career Median Salary
Occupational health specialist salary $73K
Industrial designer salary $69K
Sheet metal worker salary $61K
Boilermaker salary $64K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $62K
Faller salary $84K
Logging worker salary $84K
Glazier salary $56K
Water treatment plant operator salary $56K
Petroleum pump system operator salary $54K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)