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 11% less than similar careers in Washington. On average, they make less than power plant operators but more than water treatment plant operators.

Career Median Salary
Power plant operator salary $93K
Logistician salary $89K
Industrial designer salary $81K
Occupational health specialist salary $76K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $77K
Logging worker salary $61K
Faller salary $61K
Boilermaker salary $63K
Sheet metal worker salary $59K
Water treatment plant operator salary $62K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)