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 7% less than similar careers in Texas. On average, they make less than precious metal workers but more than florists.

Career Median Salary
Precious metal worker salary $39K
Jeweler salary $39K
Exhibit designer salary $38K
Photographer salary $34K
Museum conservator salary $37K
Potter salary $33K
Glass blower salary $33K
Engraver salary $31K
Craft artist salary $32K
Florist salary $30K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)