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What Is the Average Plumber Salary by State

State Annual Salary Monthly Pay Weekly Pay Hourly Wage
Hawaii $59,045 $4,920 $1,135 $28.39
Massachusetts $58,425 $4,869 $1,124 $28.09
Nevada $58,371 $4,864 $1,123 $28.06
Rhode Island $57,139 $4,762 $1,099 $27.47
Oregon $56,110 $4,676 $1,079 $26.98
Alaska $55,955 $4,663 $1,076 $26.90
North Dakota $55,557 $4,630 $1,068 $26.71
Washington $54,954 $4,579 $1,057 $26.42
New York $53,716 $4,476 $1,033 $25.83
Maryland $52,805 $4,400 $1,015 $25.39
South Dakota $52,662 $4,388 $1,013 $25.32
Virginia $51,391 $4,283 $988 $24.71
Kansas $50,756 $4,230 $976 $24.40
New Hampshire $50,561 $4,213 $972 $24.31
Delaware $50,265 $4,189 $967 $24.17
California $50,182 $4,182 $965 $24.13
Nebraska $50,177 $4,181 $965 $24.12
Mississippi $50,094 $4,174 $963 $24.08
Idaho $49,895 $4,158 $960 $23.99
Vermont $49,769 $4,147 $957 $23.93
Colorado $49,699 $4,142 $956 $23.89
South Carolina $49,367 $4,114 $949 $23.73
Arkansas $48,802 $4,067 $938 $23.46
New Jersey $48,657 $4,055 $936 $23.39
Montana $48,331 $4,028 $929 $23.24
Connecticut $48,150 $4,013 $926 $23.15
Tennessee $47,919 $3,993 $922 $23.04
Arizona $47,899 $3,992 $921 $23.03
Michigan $47,726 $3,977 $918 $22.95
Kentucky $47,453 $3,954 $913 $22.81
Oklahoma $47,400 $3,950 $912 $22.79
Maine $47,187 $3,932 $907 $22.69
Wyoming $47,142 $3,929 $907 $22.66
Illinois $46,551 $3,879 $895 $22.38
Minnesota $46,497 $3,875 $894 $22.35
Indiana $46,036 $3,836 $885 $22.13
West Virginia $45,471 $3,789 $874 $21.86
Missouri $45,366 $3,780 $872 $21.81
Pennsylvania $44,463 $3,705 $855 $21.38
Wisconsin $44,213 $3,684 $850 $21.26
Ohio $44,135 $3,678 $849 $21.22
Texas $44,120 $3,677 $848 $21.21
Iowa $44,076 $3,673 $848 $21.19
Utah $43,515 $3,626 $837 $20.92
New Mexico $42,273 $3,523 $813 $20.32
Alabama $41,913 $3,493 $806 $20.15
North Carolina $41,466 $3,456 $797 $19.94
Florida $40,732 $3,394 $783 $19.58
Georgia $38,962 $3,247 $749 $18.73
Louisiana $37,553 $3,129 $722 $18.05

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

We’ve identified nine states where the typical salary for a Plumber job is above the national average. Topping the list is Hawaii, with Massachusetts and Nevada close behind in second and third. Nevada beats the national average by 9.9%, and Hawaii furthers that trend with another $5,944 (11.2%) above the $53,100.

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

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