Map Options

Metric:
Color Scheme:
Map Type:
Download SVG:
map placeholder
Washington
$66,621
New York
$64,352
Massachusetts
$64,240
Virginia
$63,280
Vermont
$62,542
Maryland
$62,313
Hawaii
$61,113
Nebraska
$60,857
Nevada
$59,898
Delaware
$58,872
California
$58,051
Minnesota
$57,610
Alaska
$57,608
Maine
$57,318
Pennsylvania
$57,006
Oregon
$56,820
North Dakota
$56,797
Wyoming
$56,540
New Jersey
$56,368
Texas
$56,124
Colorado
$55,758
Mississippi
$55,708
Wisconsin
$55,686
New Hampshire
$55,517
Idaho
$55,345
Oklahoma
$54,312
Montana
$53,989
Indiana
$53,665
New Mexico
$53,494
Alabama
$53,315
Rhode Island
$52,629
Arizona
$52,555
Kansas
$52,460
Ohio
$52,173
Connecticut
$51,443
Illinois
$51,432
Michigan
$51,268
Iowa
$51,164
Tennessee
$49,811
Utah
$49,774
Missouri
$49,668
South Carolina
$49,156
South Dakota
$49,156
Arkansas
$48,639
North Carolina
$48,142
Georgia
$47,620
Louisiana
$46,821
Kentucky
$46,164
West Virginia
$45,537
Florida
$42,143

Union Millwright Pay Scale by State 2024

Union Millwright Pay Scale by State 2024

The compensation for union millwrights varies significantly across different states, reflecting regional economic factors and demand for skilled labor. According to available data, states such as New Mexico, California, and Virginia offer some of the highest average salaries for union millwrights, with earnings ranging from $55,000 to $59,000 annually.

In New Mexico, union millwrights command an average salary of $59,390, making it one of the top-paying states for this skilled trade. This robust compensation may be attributed to factors such as industrial growth, infrastructure development, and specialized expertise required for millwright work in sectors like manufacturing, construction, and energy.

Similarly, California boasts an average union millwright salary of $57,307, reflecting the state's vibrant economy and diverse industrial landscape. With high demand for skilled workers in sectors such as aerospace, technology, and renewable energy, millwrights in California enjoy competitive wages and ample opportunities for career advancement.

On the other hand, states like Louisiana and Georgia offer comparatively lower average salaries for union millwrights, with earnings ranging from $38,000 to $39,000 annually. Despite lower wages, these states may still provide viable employment opportunities for millwrights, particularly in industries like petrochemicals, agriculture, and manufacturing.

Union Millwright Pay Scale by State 2024

Download Table Data

Enter your email below, and you'll receive this table's data in your inbox momentarily.

State
Millwright Avg Annual Salary 2024 (USD)
Millwright Avg Annual Salary 2023 (USD)
Washington$66,621$48,841
New York$64,352$55,527
Massachusetts$64,240$51,366
Virginia$63,280$55,615
Vermont$62,542$50,671
Maryland$62,313$46,259
Hawaii$61,113$46,307
Nebraska$60,857$53,502
Nevada$59,898$52,650
Delaware$58,872$53,945
California$58,051$57,307
Minnesota$57,610$48,677
Alaska$57,608$53,159
Maine$57,318$50,902
Pennsylvania$57,006$45,686
Oregon$56,820$47,858
North Dakota$56,797$46,833
Wyoming$56,540$48,606
New Jersey$56,368$48,441
Texas$56,124$47,301
Colorado$55,758$44,566
Mississippi$55,708$52,518
Wisconsin$55,686$44,979
New Hampshire$55,517$51,504
Idaho$55,345$53,170
Oklahoma$54,312$51,123
Montana$53,989$45,421
Indiana$53,665$47,202
New Mexico$53,494$59,390
Alabama$53,315$48,000
Rhode Island$52,629$47,937
Arizona$52,555$48,887
Kansas$52,460$53,430
Ohio$52,173$44,790
Connecticut$51,443$48,456
Illinois$51,432$41,582
Michigan$51,268$45,512
Iowa$51,164$44,254
Tennessee$49,811$49,458
Utah$49,774$44,042
Missouri$49,668$41,173
South Carolina$49,156$43,645
South Dakota$49,156$44,911
Arkansas$48,639$42,127
North Carolina$48,142$45,688
Georgia$47,620$39,177
Louisiana$46,821$38,030
Kentucky$46,164$44,289
West Virginia$45,537$46,799
Florida$42,143$40,110
showing: 50 rows

Sources