Quality control inspector earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Quality control inspector salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $53,402
Alabama $41,048
Arkansas $40,032
Arizona $40,924
California $53,280
Colorado $48,980
Connecticut $62,090
District of Columbia $56,230
Florida $41,710
Georgia $50,430
Hawaii $55,200
Iowa $46,740
Idaho $37,920
Illinois $46,306
Indiana $39,816
Kansas $49,752
Kentucky $49,830
Louisiana $45,260
Massachusetts $58,230
Maryland $62,950
Maine $50,620
Michigan $40,430
Minnesota $46,950
Missouri $47,460
Mississippi $52,930
Montana $39,330
North Carolina $52,380
North Dakota $47,740
Nebraska $58,200
New Hampshire $57,140
New Jersey $56,710
New Mexico $47,040
Nevada $46,250
New York $50,040
Ohio $51,970
Oklahoma $52,310
Oregon $51,210
Pennsylvania $42,896
Puerto Rico $27,360
Rhode Island $59,060
South Carolina $55,140
South Dakota $41,360
Tennessee $43,330
Texas $52,010
Utah $46,040
Virginia $49,680
Vermont $53,930
Washington $53,690
Wisconsin $50,260
West Virginia $50,910
Wyoming $51,230

How do quality control inspector salaries compare to similar careers?

Quality control inspectors earn 6% less than similar careers in Texas. On average, they make less than petroleum pump system operators but more than riggers.

Career Median Salary
Petroleum pump system operator salary $74K
Chemical technician salary $60K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $62K
Boilermaker salary $58K
Oil and gas rotary drill operator salary $54K
Quality control inspector salary $52K
Tool and die maker salary $49K
Faller salary $48K
Logging worker salary $48K
Rigger salary $50K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)