Stock clerk earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Stock clerk salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $30,440
Alabama $22,179
Arkansas $22,703
Arizona $23,334
California $28,232
Colorado $28,820
Connecticut $27,819
District of Columbia $30,320
Delaware $24,840
Florida $24,550
Georgia $26,400
Guam $19,560
Hawaii $27,400
Iowa $24,823
Idaho $23,764
Illinois $23,784
Indiana $27,370
Kansas $27,240
Kentucky $23,186
Louisiana $22,680
Massachusetts $27,590
Maryland $24,650
Maine $25,320
Michigan $26,505
Minnesota $28,020
Missouri $27,320
Mississippi $23,230
Montana $25,790
North Carolina $27,000
North Dakota $27,820
Nebraska $26,190
New Hampshire $25,570
New Jersey $25,120
New Mexico $25,030
Nevada $28,630
New York $29,220
Ohio $24,880
Oklahoma $24,020
Oregon $29,290
Pennsylvania $21,913
Puerto Rico $18,510
Rhode Island $26,860
South Carolina $26,530
South Dakota $24,820
Tennessee $24,890
Texas $26,280
Utah $27,230
Virginia $25,380
Virgin Islands $20,750
Vermont $27,780
Washington $31,660
Wisconsin $24,060
West Virginia $24,050
Wyoming $28,660

How do stock clerk salaries compare to similar careers?

Stock clerks earn about the same as related careers in South Carolina. On average, they make less than tellers but more than retail salespeople.

Career Median Salary
Teller salary $30K
DJ salary $29K
Highway maintenance worker salary $29K
Aesthetician salary $27K
Receptionist salary $28K
Stock clerk salary $27K
Office clerk salary $27K
Shoemaker salary $24K
Switchboard operator salary $26K
Retail salesperson salary $26K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)