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 6% less than similar careers in Nevada. On average, they make less than power plant operators but more than pump operators.

Career Median Salary
Power plant operator salary $83K
Industrial designer salary $75K
Occupational health specialist salary $71K
Logistician salary $67K
Water treatment plant operator salary $64K
Petroleum pump system operator salary $65K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $65K
Mining machine operator salary $60K
Boilermaker salary $69K
Pump operator salary $65K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)