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
Washington $63,690
Idaho $63,300
Connecticut $63,040
North Dakota $62,730
Oregon $62,180
California $62,020
Maryland $61,690
Oklahoma $61,590
New Jersey $61,290
Massachusetts $61,190
New Hampshire $61,190
Vermont $61,190
Maine $60,910
Michigan $60,910
Nevada $60,910
Arizona $60,830
Minnesota $60,700
South Carolina $60,340
Kentucky $60,110
Rhode Island $59,970
Alabama $59,700
Nebraska $58,600
Indiana $58,490
New York $56,830
West Virginia $56,210
Missouri $55,100
North Carolina $51,210
Wisconsin $50,910
Illinois $50,420
Ohio $49,620
Kansas $49,200
Pennsylvania $48,820
Georgia $48,620
Texas $48,360
Florida $48,340
Iowa $48,310
Colorado $48,280
South Dakota $48,160
Delaware $48,050
Louisiana $47,740
Mississippi $47,580
Tennessee $47,520
Utah $47,230
Arkansas $46,880
Virginia $45,420
New Mexico $38,050
Puerto Rico $29,130

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

Tool and die makers earn 12% less than similar careers in Maine. On average, they make less than industrial production managers but more than glaziers.

Career Median Salary
Industrial production manager salary $98K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $86K
Logistician salary $79K
Power plant operator salary $72K
Industrial designer salary $77K
Tool and die maker salary $61K
Petroleum pump system operator salary $49K
Quality control inspector salary $54K
Machine assembler salary $60K
Glazier salary $47K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)