Machine feeder earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Machine feeder salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $20,290
Alabama $29,550
Arkansas $27,370
Arizona $29,650
California $28,150
Colorado $29,260
Connecticut $29,400
Delaware $28,610
Florida $28,230
Georgia $30,050
Hawaii $31,880
Iowa $37,959
Idaho $33,540
Illinois $38,840
Indiana $31,945
Kansas $38,470
Kentucky $30,800
Louisiana $40,840
Massachusetts $35,440
Maryland $26,570
Maine $26,930
Michigan $37,080
Minnesota $36,770
Missouri $27,300
Mississippi $28,890
Montana $19,650
North Carolina $26,530
North Dakota $35,700
Nebraska $36,500
New Hampshire $35,400
New Jersey $31,140
New Mexico $29,800
Nevada $29,770
New York $28,620
Ohio $33,220
Oklahoma $25,110
Oregon $30,350
Pennsylvania $33,528
Puerto Rico $20,870
Rhode Island $24,330
South Carolina $25,850
South Dakota $25,530
Tennessee $30,800
Texas $27,690
Utah $29,520
Virginia $29,810
Vermont $30,190
Washington $35,890
Wisconsin $29,980
West Virginia $23,050
Wyoming $37,070

How do machine feeder salaries compare to similar careers?

Machine feeders earn 7% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than fork lift operators but more than sewing machine operators.

Career Median Salary
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)