Petroleum pump system operator earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Petroleum pump system operator salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Colorado $75,680
Mississippi $85,980
Hawaii $75,170
Alaska $75,610
California $77,490
Texas $71,440
Wisconsin $73,040
Washington $71,690
Massachusetts $70,210
Kentucky $67,280
Louisiana $69,580
Wyoming $69,990
Oklahoma $68,580
Pennsylvania $65,440
North Dakota $67,780
Kansas $68,110
New Mexico $67,900
Ohio $64,440
Montana $62,890
Nevada $65,050
Rhode Island $60,190
Utah $58,010
New Jersey $58,740
Minnesota $58,860
Oregon $57,420
New York $57,390
Georgia $53,420
Arkansas $58,440
Illinois $57,150
West Virginia $56,190
North Carolina $59,330
Michigan $55,640
Maryland $50,280
Virginia $51,300
South Carolina $48,600
Connecticut $53,540
Iowa $47,700
Missouri $49,830
Tennessee $48,780
Alabama $44,460
Florida $48,810
Indiana $47,020

How do petroleum pump system operator salaries compare to similar careers?

Petroleum pump system operators earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than industrial production managers but more than oil and gas rotary drill operators.

Career Median Salary
Industrial production manager salary $76K
Boilermaker salary $55K
Rigger salary $42K
Industrial designer salary $51K
Water treatment plant operator salary $40K
Petroleum pump system operator salary $68K
Tool and die maker salary $43K
Glazier salary $38K
Mine shuttle car operator salary $57K
Oil and gas rotary drill operator salary $54K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)