Sailor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Sailor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $39,900
Alabama $34,000
Arkansas $31,260
California $38,770
Connecticut $42,040
District of Columbia $23,920
Delaware $40,440
Florida $64,300
Georgia $34,230
Hawaii $39,550
Iowa $36,740
Illinois $47,037
Kentucky $40,640
Louisiana $39,400
Massachusetts $34,730
Maryland $50,470
Maine $34,280
Michigan $54,170
Minnesota $53,100
Missouri $47,840
Mississippi $38,910
North Carolina $31,930
New Jersey $38,740
New York $47,470
Ohio $37,910
Oregon $46,650
Pennsylvania $39,226
Puerto Rico $31,670
Rhode Island $33,080
South Carolina $36,270
Tennessee $26,950
Texas $37,190
Virginia $44,930
Virgin Islands $28,190
Washington $52,780
Wisconsin $49,550
West Virginia $46,490

How do sailor salaries compare to similar careers?

Sailors earn about the same as related careers in Michigan. On average, they make less than transportation planners but more than ship loaders.

Career Median Salary
Transportation planner salary $73K
Customs broker salary $66K
Locomotive engineer salary $61K
Aircraft mechanic salary $54K
Flight attendant salary $55K
Sailor salary $54K
Transit police officer salary $44K
Cargo and freight agent salary $41K
Remote sensing technician salary $40K
Ship loader salary $45K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)