Ship loader earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Ship loader salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Wisconsin $93,100
Georgia $79,860
New Jersey $78,540
Massachusetts $67,620
Nebraska $62,940
Texas $62,440
West Virginia $62,130
Oregon $59,180
New York $55,340
Colorado $52,830
California $52,220
Michigan $49,480
Indiana $49,240
North Dakota $49,050
Florida $48,590
Washington $48,580
Kentucky $48,110
Alabama $47,810
Louisiana $47,260
Tennessee $46,640
Minnesota $45,300
Ohio $45,240
Maryland $44,430
Pennsylvania $43,590
Maine $42,830
Missouri $42,340
Mississippi $41,180
North Carolina $40,490
Iowa $39,650
Utah $38,730
Virginia $38,570
Arkansas $38,400
Illinois $37,240
Oklahoma $36,400
New Mexico $35,560
Arizona $34,860
Kansas $31,080
Alaska $26,140
Wyoming $101,790

How do ship loader salaries compare to similar careers?

Ship loaders earn 7% less than similar careers in North Dakota. On average, they make less than locomotive engineers but more than cargo and freight agents.

Career Median Salary
Locomotive engineer salary $79K
Customs broker salary $65K
Logistician salary $68K
Transportation planner salary $69K
Aircraft mechanic salary $63K
Ship loader salary $49K
Truck driver salary $50K
Highway maintenance worker salary $48K
Delivery service driver salary $43K
Cargo and freight agent salary $46K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)