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What Is the Average Electrician Salary by State

State Annual Salary Monthly Pay Weekly Pay Hourly Wage
New York $60,940 $5,078 $1,172 $29.30
New Hampshire $57,664 $4,805 $1,109 $27.72
Montana $54,115 $4,510 $1,041 $26.02
Arizona $53,633 $4,469 $1,031 $25.79
Wyoming $53,203 $4,434 $1,023 $25.58
New Jersey $53,177 $4,431 $1,023 $25.57
Massachusetts $51,929 $4,327 $999 $24.97
West Virginia $51,563 $4,297 $992 $24.79
Indiana $51,545 $4,295 $991 $24.78
Hawaii $51,452 $4,288 $989 $24.74
Tennessee $51,416 $4,285 $989 $24.72
Nevada $51,223 $4,269 $985 $24.63
Washington $50,546 $4,212 $972 $24.30
Connecticut $50,442 $4,203 $970 $24.25
Pennsylvania $50,420 $4,202 $970 $24.24
Minnesota $49,705 $4,142 $956 $23.90
Rhode Island $49,576 $4,131 $953 $23.83
Alaska $49,100 $4,092 $944 $23.61
Oregon $48,683 $4,057 $936 $23.41
North Dakota $48,339 $4,028 $930 $23.24
Wisconsin $47,838 $3,987 $920 $23.00
Maryland $47,702 $3,975 $917 $22.93
Ohio $47,353 $3,946 $911 $22.77
Alabama $46,929 $3,911 $902 $22.56
Iowa $46,726 $3,894 $899 $22.46
Vermont $46,614 $3,884 $896 $22.41
Virginia $46,514 $3,876 $894 $22.36
California $46,418 $3,868 $893 $22.32
Utah $46,407 $3,867 $892 $22.31
Idaho $46,074 $3,840 $886 $22.15
South Dakota $45,820 $3,818 $881 $22.03
New Mexico $45,780 $3,815 $880 $22.01
Florida $45,605 $3,800 $877 $21.93
Nebraska $45,414 $3,784 $873 $21.83
Delaware $45,379 $3,782 $873 $21.82
Colorado $44,592 $3,716 $858 $21.44
South Carolina $44,412 $3,701 $854 $21.35
Kansas $43,852 $3,654 $843 $21.08
Maine $43,748 $3,646 $841 $21.03
Arkansas $43,679 $3,640 $840 $21.00
Georgia $43,624 $3,635 $839 $20.97
Mississippi $43,260 $3,605 $832 $20.80
Oklahoma $42,901 $3,575 $825 $20.63
Michigan $42,848 $3,571 $824 $20.60
Kentucky $42,317 $3,526 $814 $20.34
Illinois $41,664 $3,472 $801 $20.03
Missouri $40,854 $3,404 $786 $19.64
Texas $40,677 $3,390 $782 $19.56
Louisiana $40,144 $3,345 $772 $19.30
North Carolina $37,304 $3,109 $717 $17.93

Top 50 Highest Paying States for Electrician Jobs in the U.S.

We’ve identified 11 states where the typical salary for an Electrician job is above the national average. Topping the list is New York, with New Hampshire and Montana close behind in second and third. Montana beats the national average by 5.3%, and New York furthers that trend with another $9,552 (18.6%) above the $51,388.

With these 11 states paying on average above the national average, the opportunities for economic advancement by changing locations as an Electrician appears to be exceedingly fruitful.

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