Solar thermal installer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Solar thermal installer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $70,440
Alabama $35,940
Arizona $32,200
California $42,230
Colorado $33,640
Connecticut $46,770
District of Columbia $49,690
Delaware $34,120
Florida $35,260
Georgia $28,370
Hawaii $44,670
Iowa $34,830
Idaho $36,760
Illinois $65,000
Indiana $34,090
Kansas $37,160
Kentucky $31,810
Louisiana $37,850
Massachusetts $44,010
Maryland $34,540
Maine $29,200
Michigan $36,000
Minnesota $49,760
Missouri $40,130
Mississippi $43,420
Montana $32,540
North Carolina $33,870
North Dakota $32,840
Nebraska $45,720
New Hampshire $45,220
New Jersey $39,660
New Mexico $39,250
Nevada $35,900
New York $45,770
Ohio $33,650
Oklahoma $32,620
Oregon $38,240
Pennsylvania $35,610
Puerto Rico $38,800
South Carolina $44,010
South Dakota $51,300
Tennessee $33,710
Texas $34,200
Virginia $44,240
Washington $45,630
Wisconsin $43,030
West Virginia $28,190

How do solar thermal installer salaries compare to similar careers?

Solar thermal installers earn 7% less than similar careers in Tennessee. On average, they make less than surveyors but more than carpenters.

Career Median Salary
Surveyor salary $43K
Ironworker salary $41K
Commercial diver salary $45K
HVAC technician salary $41K
Marine electrician salary $42K
Weatherization technician salary $34K
Solar thermal installer salary $34K
Maintenance worker salary $36K
Plasterer salary $36K
Carpenter salary $37K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)