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
Alaska $98,420
Utah $98,270
Washington $97,730
California $97,620
Kansas $97,350
Montana $97,190
Ohio $97,040
New Jersey $96,290
Illinois $94,090
Minnesota $93,020
North Dakota $92,310
Maryland $92,050
Tennessee $90,700
New Mexico $81,190
Wisconsin $80,850
Wyoming $79,400
Louisiana $79,300
Texas $78,180
Pennsylvania $77,830
Connecticut $77,450
Oregon $77,350
Oklahoma $77,060
Michigan $77,050
Iowa $76,520
Missouri $75,990
Georgia $75,730
Kentucky $75,700
New York $75,540
North Carolina $75,310
Virginia $71,990
Arizona $71,880
Hawaii $71,740
Nebraska $69,990
New Hampshire $66,540
West Virginia $65,380
Arkansas $63,850
Indiana $62,990
Virgin Islands, U.S. $61,050
Florida $60,310
Rhode Island $60,190
Massachusetts $55,020
South Carolina $51,470
South Dakota $51,040
Alabama $50,690
Maine $48,630
Nevada $43,180
Puerto Rico $29,540
Mississippi $101,240
Colorado $100,820

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

Petroleum pump system operators earn 7% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than biomass power plant managers but more than non-destructive testing specialists.

Career Median Salary
Biomass power plant manager salary $103K
Industrial production manager salary $103K
Power plant operator salary $81K
Petroleum pump system operator salary $80K
Industrial designer salary $77K
Logistician salary $77K
Boilermaker salary $64K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $62K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)