Pipefitter earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Pipefitter salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $74,570
Alabama $43,565
Arkansas $41,340
Arizona $45,860
California $56,270
Colorado $51,890
Connecticut $61,060
District of Columbia $68,640
Delaware $60,030
Florida $42,130
Georgia $46,650
Guam $34,470
Hawaii $64,700
Iowa $51,460
Idaho $47,700
Illinois $79,400
Indiana $60,178
Kansas $51,070
Kentucky $53,210
Louisiana $54,440
Massachusetts $64,300
Maryland $57,180
Maine $51,090
Michigan $67,050
Minnesota $73,330
Missouri $62,350
Mississippi $45,340
Montana $59,850
North Carolina $43,140
North Dakota $54,410
Nebraska $55,110
New Hampshire $53,410
New Jersey $63,700
New Mexico $42,870
Nevada $50,200
New York $67,120
Ohio $55,330
Oklahoma $48,680
Oregon $73,120
Pennsylvania $60,380
Puerto Rico $19,440
Rhode Island $51,670
South Carolina $44,310
South Dakota $41,980
Tennessee $47,170
Texas $49,180
Utah $52,990
Virginia $49,960
Virgin Islands $47,200
Vermont $52,050
Washington $62,980
Wisconsin $67,830
West Virginia $57,970
Wyoming $51,510

How do pipefitter salaries compare to similar careers?

Pipefitters earn 13% less than similar careers in Guam. On average, they make less than construction managers but more than fork lift operators.

Career Median Salary
Construction manager salary $62K
Crane operator salary $42K
Building and construction inspector salary $40K
Electrician salary $38K
HVAC technician salary $36K
Plumber salary $34K
Pipefitter salary $34K
Carpenter salary $31K
Cement mason salary $30K
Fork lift operator salary $28K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)