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How Much Does An Electrician Make In Every State: Full 2019 Data [Infographic]
If you are an Electrician or an aspiring Electrician, I’m sure you’ve come across this question: how much do other electricians make in the country? To give you a better idea of the Electrician job market and earnings as a whole, Housecall Pro analyzed data from Indeed.com and compiled this full Electrician salary report. In the infographic below, you will find the average hourly pay by state, salary range by state, and the percentage of jobs paying $55,000 per year in every state.
Here is a breakdown of some of the highest and lowest paying states for Electrician jobs. You might be surprised by some of these findings:
- State with highest average hourly pay: Massachusetts, $37.87/hour
- State with lowest average hourly pay: Oklahoma, $15.94/hour
- State with the highest percent of Electrician jobs paying $55,000 a year or more: Michigan
- State with the highest number of Electrician jobs paying $55,000 a year or more: California
From analyzing all the relevant data from Indeed, we found $50,000 to be the average yearly Electrician salary in the United States. This report not only gives Electricians an insight into what their salaries look like compared to others in the country, but it also helps business owners set a reasonable or competitive salary to hire Electrical technicians.