Pipefitter earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Pipefitter salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Illinois $79,400
Alaska $74,570
Minnesota $73,330
New York $67,120
Hawaii $64,700
Oregon $73,120
New Jersey $63,700
Massachusetts $64,300
District of Columbia $68,640
Wisconsin $67,830
Pennsylvania $60,380
Washington $62,980
Indiana $60,178
Connecticut $61,060
Missouri $62,350
Nebraska $55,110
Delaware $60,030
Michigan $67,050
California $56,270
Montana $59,850
Maryland $57,180
West Virginia $57,970
Kentucky $53,210
Ohio $55,330
Nevada $50,200
New Hampshire $53,410
Kansas $51,070
Louisiana $54,440
Texas $49,180
North Dakota $54,410
Wyoming $51,510
Colorado $51,890
Iowa $51,460
Utah $52,990
Vermont $52,050
Maine $51,090
Oklahoma $48,680
Virginia $49,960
Virgin Islands $47,200
Arizona $45,860
Tennessee $47,170
Georgia $46,650
Idaho $47,700
Alabama $43,565
New Mexico $42,870
Mississippi $45,340
South Carolina $44,310
Florida $42,130
Arkansas $41,340
North Carolina $43,140
South Dakota $41,980
Guam $34,470
Puerto Rico $19,440

How do pipefitter salaries compare to similar careers?

Pipefitters earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than marine electricians but more than explosives workers.

Career Median Salary
Marine electrician salary $60K
Building and construction inspector salary $60K
Commercial diver salary $49K
Ironworker salary $54K
Crane operator salary $54K
Pipefitter salary $52K
Plumber salary $50K
Brickmason salary $51K
Gaffer salary $36K
Explosives worker salary $50K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)