Upholsterer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Upholsterer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Hawaii $55,010
New Hampshire $49,050
Maryland $47,970
Massachusetts $47,860
Washington $47,740
New York $47,520
Connecticut $46,260
Delaware $46,180
Kansas $45,850
North Carolina $45,850
Louisiana $38,560
Vermont $38,370
Nebraska $38,220
Ohio $38,050
New Jersey $38,000
Colorado $37,920
Minnesota $37,920
Oregon $37,800
California $37,790
Indiana $37,710
Michigan $37,460
Wisconsin $37,390
Pennsylvania $37,220
Mississippi $36,930
Arizona $36,860
Illinois $36,520
Missouri $36,490
Nevada $36,360
Iowa $35,770
Rhode Island $34,880
Florida $34,750
Montana $33,600
South Dakota $31,760
Kentucky $31,620
South Carolina $31,540
Virginia $31,440
Tennessee $30,850
Idaho $30,540
Utah $30,070
Arkansas $30,010
Oklahoma $30,010
Texas $29,910
Georgia $29,180
Alabama $27,010
Maine $23,950
New Mexico $18,790
Puerto Rico $18,020

How do upholsterer salaries compare to similar careers?

Upholsterers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than piano tuners but more than hairdressers.

Career Median Salary
Piano tuner salary $37K
Medical administrative assistant salary $37K
Customer service representative salary $37K
Office clerk salary $37K
Painting, coating & decorating worker salary $37K
Upholsterer salary $37K
Concierge salary $35K
Furniture finisher salary $37K
Engraver salary $37K
Hairdresser salary $30K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)