Tool and die maker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Tool and die maker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $53,130
Arkansas $44,470
Arizona $49,890
California $55,470
Colorado $48,920
Connecticut $61,940
Florida $46,820
Georgia $50,450
Iowa $49,690
Idaho $47,660
Illinois $53,730
Indiana $50,018
Kansas $62,240
Kentucky $56,980
Louisiana $39,900
Massachusetts $53,080
Maryland $57,900
Maine $56,000
Michigan $54,360
Minnesota $58,050
Missouri $51,590
Mississippi $44,760
North Carolina $48,970
North Dakota $51,610
Nebraska $49,980
New Hampshire $54,730
New Jersey $56,230
New Mexico $53,730
Nevada $56,890
New York $52,800
Ohio $49,840
Oklahoma $59,020
Oregon $61,680
Pennsylvania $50,690
Puerto Rico $30,230
Rhode Island $51,090
South Carolina $53,390
South Dakota $41,070
Tennessee $46,920
Texas $48,990
Utah $55,860
Virginia $55,750
Vermont $54,470
Washington $67,020
Wisconsin $50,750
West Virginia $57,310

How do tool and die maker salaries compare to similar careers?

Tool and die makers earn 10% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than power plant operators but more than sheet metal workers.

Career Median Salary
Power plant operator salary $82K
Petroleum pump system operator salary $74K
Industrial designer salary $67K
Boilermaker salary $63K
Logistician salary $58K
Tool and die maker salary $54K
Oil and gas rotary drill operator salary $55K
Mining machine operator salary $55K
Rigger salary $51K
Sheet metal worker salary $49K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)