Pipelayer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Pipelayer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Illinois $70,400
Alaska $74,320
Massachusetts $60,460
New Jersey $66,640
Minnesota $62,970
Hawaii $59,710
Washington $65,840
Wisconsin $66,120
New York $56,280
Connecticut $47,250
Pennsylvania $56,320
Oregon $50,820
Nevada $53,500
North Dakota $54,630
California $52,430
Indiana $48,370
Ohio $47,310
Missouri $53,800
Iowa $43,780
Montana $47,350
New Hampshire $45,400
West Virginia $46,500
Colorado $41,750
District of Columbia $42,940
Arizona $42,780
Delaware $42,240
Michigan $38,260
Vermont $37,910
Idaho $42,390
Maryland $39,430
Florida $36,240
Maine $39,020
Utah $37,380
New Mexico $36,870
Georgia $35,930
Kansas $36,960
Nebraska $36,100
Oklahoma $35,860
South Carolina $35,100
South Dakota $35,710
Puerto Rico $32,810
Tennessee $34,160
Virginia $34,320
Arkansas $32,540
Kentucky $33,640
Wyoming $34,810
Texas $32,330
Alabama $32,850
North Carolina $33,400
Louisiana $31,200
Mississippi $31,690

How do pipelayer salaries compare to similar careers?

Pipelayers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than electricians but more than construction painters.

Career Median Salary
Electrician salary $43K
Drywall and ceiling tile installer salary $44K
Tile and marble setter salary $42K
Cement mason salary $43K
Stonemason salary $41K
Pipelayer salary $39K
Roofer salary $40K
Carpenter salary $40K
Maintenance worker salary $38K
Construction painter salary $38K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)