Marine electrician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Marine electrician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Massachusetts $98,870
Idaho $97,100
Washington $96,290
Montana $90,550
Oregon $89,860
Texas $81,440
California $80,900
Illinois $80,900
New York $80,760
Nebraska $80,640
Wyoming $80,640
Wisconsin $80,270
Minnesota $78,800
Arkansas $78,320
New Jersey $78,010
North Carolina $77,240
Indiana $76,730
Iowa $76,490
Connecticut $73,910
Alaska $69,020
North Dakota $68,850
Kansas $63,030
Maine $62,590
Ohio $62,450
Louisiana $61,890
Virginia $61,760
Maryland $61,000
Colorado $60,920
Nevada $60,840
New Hampshire $60,630
Missouri $60,380
Florida $60,190
Michigan $59,970
Tennessee $59,190
Utah $57,980
Mississippi $54,990
South Carolina $52,970
Kentucky $52,610
Arizona $51,270
Alabama $46,110
Oklahoma $41,730
Pennsylvania $41,520
New Mexico $39,140
Georgia $37,410
Puerto Rico $29,930

How do marine electrician salaries compare to similar careers?

Marine electricians earn 7% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than naval architects but more than pipefitters.

Career Median Salary
Naval architect salary $93K
Architect salary $80K
Commercial diver salary $60K
Marine electrician salary $77K
Surveyor salary $62K
Building inspector salary $62K
Crane operator salary $62K
Pipefitter salary $60K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)