Roofer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Roofer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $78,410
California $61,020
Illinois $60,850
Connecticut $60,630
Massachusetts $60,330
Rhode Island $59,180
Washington $58,450
New Jersey $55,030
Minnesota $51,930
Hawaii $50,080
Maryland $49,380
District of Columbia $48,790
New York $48,350
Nevada $48,000
Oregon $47,930
North Dakota $47,800
Utah $47,560
Iowa $47,550
Colorado $47,270
New Hampshire $47,260
Michigan $46,990
Virginia $46,920
Ohio $46,870
Wisconsin $46,850
Vermont $46,680
Missouri $46,660
Montana $46,450
Kansas $46,250
Indiana $45,850
Delaware $43,820
Pennsylvania $42,850
Arizona $39,090
Nebraska $38,510
Florida $38,330
Georgia $38,000
Louisiana $38,000
North Carolina $38,000
New Mexico $37,770
Arkansas $37,550
Tennessee $37,550
Idaho $37,500
South Carolina $37,500
Maine $37,450
Kentucky $37,360
Texas $37,240
Wyoming $37,240
Oklahoma $36,940
Alabama $36,750
South Dakota $36,560
West Virginia $30,140
Mississippi $29,900
Guam $29,470
Puerto Rico $23,430

How do roofer salaries compare to similar careers?

Roofers earn 6% less than similar careers in Puerto Rico. On average, they make less than building inspectors but more than pipelayers.

Career Median Salary
Building inspector salary $23K
Electrician salary $29K
Fork lift operator salary $22K
Crane operator salary $26K
HVAC technician salary $23K
Roofer salary $23K
Plumber salary $23K
Pipefitter salary $23K
Stone cutter salary $23K
Pipelayer salary $24K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)