Painting, coating & decorating worker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Painting, coating & decorating worker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $74,270
District of Columbia $60,560
Nevada $47,250
Mississippi $47,150
Georgia $41,270
Kansas $39,150
California $38,740
New Hampshire $38,580
Washington $38,580
Minnesota $38,370
Montana $38,370
New Jersey $37,920
New York $37,800
Ohio $37,630
Tennessee $37,630
Virginia $37,630
South Dakota $37,620
Arizona $37,550
Iowa $37,550
Massachusetts $37,550
Missouri $37,550
Illinois $37,460
Oregon $37,460
North Carolina $37,270
Oklahoma $37,270
Pennsylvania $37,270
Indiana $36,360
Nebraska $36,360
Wisconsin $36,360
Kentucky $36,260
Colorado $35,910
South Carolina $35,870
Utah $35,300
Maine $35,270
Alabama $34,510
Vermont $34,450
Maryland $32,850
Connecticut $32,140
Rhode Island $31,410
Idaho $30,690
Florida $30,680
Michigan $30,310
Arkansas $30,070
Hawaii $29,470
Texas $28,990
West Virginia $28,990
North Dakota $24,000
New Mexico $23,960
Louisiana $23,930
Puerto Rico $19,230

How do painting, coating & decorating worker salaries compare to similar careers?

Painting, coating & decorating workers earn about the same as related careers in Alaska. On average, they make less than police officers but more than private detectives.

Career Median Salary
Police officer salary $82K
Energy auditor salary $78K
Underwriter salary $64K
Fire inspector salary $61K
Probation officer salary $74K
Painting, coating & decorating worker salary $74K
Hazardous materials removal worker salary $62K
Recruiter salary $63K
Correctional officer salary $66K
Private detective salary $62K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)