Potter earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Potter salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Nebraska $31,310
Alaska $39,430
New Jersey $37,400
Vermont $38,260
Washington $35,980
Minnesota $38,560
Montana $34,500
Hawaii $35,040
Louisiana $36,660
Massachusetts $33,490
Oregon $30,700
New York $35,720
Indiana $30,810
Virginia $34,050
Rhode Island $35,300
Illinois $32,920
South Carolina $33,960
North Dakota $35,440
Utah $30,660
Iowa $34,270
Missouri $33,380
New Mexico $34,080
Connecticut $34,370
Ohio $31,400
Nevada $32,640
Idaho $34,760
Colorado $31,280
Wisconsin $31,330
Pennsylvania $31,760
New Hampshire $31,040
Kentucky $32,850
Maryland $28,910
California $28,630
Michigan $29,790
West Virginia $30,170
Oklahoma $30,430
Tennessee $29,730
Georgia $27,630
Delaware $28,440
North Carolina $28,450
Arkansas $28,860
Kansas $29,820
Maine $28,970
Texas $27,270
Arizona $27,500
Florida $25,870
Mississippi $27,380
Alabama $23,080

How do potter salaries compare to similar careers?

Potters earn 12% less than similar careers in Georgia. On average, they make less than model makers but more than motion picture projectionists.

Career Median Salary
Model maker salary $40K
Precious metal worker salary $41K
Gem worker salary $41K
Jeweler salary $41K
Painting, coating & decorating worker salary $37K
Potter salary $28K
Glass blower salary $28K
Engraver salary $24K
Florist salary $26K
Motion picture projectionist salary $23K