Potter earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Potter salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Montana $47,690
Nebraska $47,440
Hawaii $46,210
Illinois $44,820
Minnesota $44,810
California $44,110
Connecticut $43,900
Washington $41,860
Alaska $39,430
Colorado $39,000
Arizona $38,880
New York $38,520
Missouri $38,370
Utah $38,370
Wyoming $38,370
North Dakota $38,340
Massachusetts $37,750
Pennsylvania $37,720
Wisconsin $37,710
New Hampshire $37,680
Vermont $37,630
Nevada $37,610
Indiana $37,590
North Carolina $37,550
Ohio $37,550
South Carolina $37,550
Delaware $37,460
Virginia $37,460
Iowa $37,340
Georgia $37,270
Oklahoma $37,270
Michigan $37,250
Oregon $36,960
Maine $36,740
Maryland $36,590
Arkansas $36,540
Kansas $36,410
Louisiana $36,360
New Jersey $36,360
Florida $36,330
Texas $32,620
Mississippi $31,460
Idaho $31,040
Alabama $30,540
West Virginia $30,350
Kentucky $30,250
Rhode Island $30,120
New Mexico $30,070
Tennessee $30,070
Puerto Rico $22,950

How do potter salaries compare to similar careers?

Potters earn about the same as related careers in New Hampshire. On average, they make less than gem workers but more than florists.

Career Median Salary
Gem worker salary $57K
Jeweler salary $57K
Camera operator salary $38K
Illustrator salary $35K
Painting, coating & decorating worker salary $39K
Glass blower salary $38K
Potter salary $38K
Engraver salary $38K
Craft artist salary $38K
Florist salary $30K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)