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 $74,230
Alabama $48,300
Arkansas $53,690
Arizona $54,670
California $85,760
Colorado $83,020
Connecticut $57,320
Florida $50,590
Georgia $57,290
Hawaii $75,170
Iowa $69,560
Illinois $84,030
Indiana $57,900
Kansas $63,480
Kentucky $66,700
Louisiana $71,340
Massachusetts $55,020
Maryland $47,390
Michigan $60,550
Minnesota $60,540
Missouri $40,080
Mississippi $85,980
Montana $83,590
North Carolina $55,800
North Dakota $73,120
Nebraska $69,990
New Hampshire $66,540
New Jersey $58,740
New Mexico $71,870
Nevada $65,050
New York $54,290
Ohio $66,760
Oklahoma $72,430
Oregon $74,140
Pennsylvania $56,120
Puerto Rico $29,540
Rhode Island $60,190
South Carolina $83,970
South Dakota $51,040
Tennessee $49,550
Texas $73,780
Utah $62,500
Virginia $48,980
Washington $61,920
Wisconsin $64,220
West Virginia $66,700
Wyoming $75,340

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

Petroleum pump system operators earn about the same as related careers in Arkansas. On average, they make less than industrial designers but more than chemical technicians.

Career Median Salary
Industrial designer salary $83K
Logistician salary $66K
Power plant operator salary $72K
Occupational health specialist salary $64K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $61K
Petroleum pump system operator salary $54K
Logging worker salary $45K
Faller salary $45K
Boilermaker salary $44K
Chemical technician salary $43K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)