Taxi driver earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Taxi driver salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $27,460
Alabama $21,230
Arkansas $21,940
Arizona $28,398
California $30,640
Colorado $29,360
Connecticut $26,460
District of Columbia $35,560
Delaware $26,520
Florida $23,550
Georgia $20,770
Guam $19,610
Hawaii $26,930
Iowa $24,290
Idaho $23,640
Illinois $30,212
Indiana $24,820
Kansas $24,110
Kentucky $23,370
Louisiana $24,010
Massachusetts $29,670
Maryland $27,230
Maine $25,940
Michigan $23,220
Minnesota $27,640
Missouri $23,250
Mississippi $22,190
Montana $23,990
North Carolina $24,400
North Dakota $25,010
Nebraska $23,000
New Hampshire $22,830
New Jersey $27,450
New Mexico $25,450
Nevada $24,140
New York $34,650
Ohio $22,870
Oklahoma $22,070
Oregon $27,210
Pennsylvania $26,954
Puerto Rico $18,800
Rhode Island $26,550
South Carolina $22,200
South Dakota $25,270
Tennessee $22,760
Texas $24,720
Utah $25,770
Virginia $26,600
Virgin Islands $25,600
Vermont $25,560
Washington $32,710
Wisconsin $22,160
West Virginia $20,290
Wyoming $22,570

How do taxi driver salaries compare to similar careers?

Taxi drivers earn 21% less than similar careers in Alabama. On average, they make less than bus drivers.

Career Median Salary
Bus driver salary $27K
Highway maintenance worker salary $30K
Delivery service driver salary $28K
Shipping/Receiving clerk salary $26K
Courier salary $24K
Taxi driver salary $21K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)