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New York
$56,837
New Hampshire
$52,917
Arizona
$49,573
Wyoming
$49,567
Tennessee
$48,639
Hawaii
$48,551
Massachusetts
$48,319
New Jersey
$48,275
Nevada
$48,165
West Virginia
$47,887
Indiana
$47,864
Montana
$47,342
Washington
$46,968
Connecticut
$46,833
Pennsylvania
$46,749
Minnesota
$46,587
Rhode Island
$45,983
Oregon
$45,908
Alaska
$45,871
North Dakota
$44,861
Wisconsin
$44,502
Maryland
$44,267
Ohio
$44,046
Idaho
$43,318
Alabama
$43,181
Iowa
$43,142
Utah
$43,122
Virginia
$43,122
South Dakota
$43,020
Vermont
$42,676
California
$42,639
New Mexico
$42,175
Colorado
$42,051
Kentucky
$41,913
Delaware
$41,733
Nebraska
$41,627
South Carolina
$41,130
Kansas
$40,798
Florida
$40,671
Maine
$40,537
Mississippi
$40,029
Arkansas
$39,838
Oklahoma
$39,776
Georgia
$39,725
Illinois
$39,282
Michigan
$39,208
Missouri
$38,781
Texas
$38,396
Louisiana
$37,298
North Carolina
$34,464

Firefighter Salary by State 2024

Firefighter Salary by State 2024

Firefighters play a vital role in safeguarding communities and responding to emergencies. Their dedication and bravery often come with compensation that varies significantly across different states in the United States. The salary of firefighters can depend on various factors such as cost of living, population density, and budget allocations.

According to recent data, New York, New Hampshire, and Arizona are among the states offering higher firefighter salaries, with annual earnings ranging from $56,837 to $49,573. Conversely, North Carolina, Louisiana, and Texas have lower average salaries for firefighters, ranging from $34,464 to $38,396 annually.

Firefighter Salary by State 2024

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State
Annual Salary
Monthly Pay
Weekly Pay
Hourly Wage
New York$56,837$4,736$1,093$27.33
New Hampshire$52,917$4,409$1,017$25.44
Arizona$49,573$4,131$953$23.83
Wyoming$49,567$4,130$953$23.83
Tennessee$48,639$4,053$935$23.38
Hawaii$48,551$4,045$933$23.34
Massachusetts$48,319$4,026$929$23.23
New Jersey$48,275$4,022$928$23.21
Nevada$48,165$4,013$926$23.16
West Virginia$47,887$3,990$920$23.02
Indiana$47,864$3,988$920$23.01
Montana$47,342$3,945$910$22.76
Washington$46,968$3,914$903$22.58
Connecticut$46,833$3,902$900$22.52
Pennsylvania$46,749$3,895$899$22.48
Minnesota$46,587$3,882$895$22.40
Rhode Island$45,983$3,831$884$22.11
Oregon$45,908$3,825$882$22.07
Alaska$45,871$3,822$882$22.05
North Dakota$44,861$3,738$862$21.57
Wisconsin$44,502$3,708$855$21.40
Maryland$44,267$3,688$851$21.28
Ohio$44,046$3,670$847$21.18
Idaho$43,318$3,609$833$20.83
Alabama$43,181$3,598$830$20.76
Iowa$43,142$3,595$829$20.74
Utah$43,122$3,593$829$20.73
Virginia$43,122$3,593$829$20.73
South Dakota$43,020$3,585$827$20.68
Vermont$42,676$3,556$820$20.52
California$42,639$3,553$819$20.50
New Mexico$42,175$3,514$811$20.28
Colorado$42,051$3,504$808$20.22
Kentucky$41,913$3,492$806$20.15
Delaware$41,733$3,477$802$20.06
Nebraska$41,627$3,468$800$20.01
South Carolina$41,130$3,427$790$19.77
Kansas$40,798$3,399$784$19.61
Florida$40,671$3,389$782$19.55
Maine$40,537$3,378$779$19.49
Mississippi$40,029$3,335$769$19.24
Arkansas$39,838$3,319$766$19.15
Oklahoma$39,776$3,314$764$19.12
Georgia$39,725$3,310$763$19.10
Illinois$39,282$3,273$755$18.89
Michigan$39,208$3,267$754$18.85
Missouri$38,781$3,231$745$18.64
Texas$38,396$3,199$738$18.46
Louisiana$37,298$3,108$717$17.93
North Carolina$34,464$2,872$662$16.57
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