Average Salary of A Master Electrician

 

How much does a Master Electrician make? There are many factors that determine the total wages of a Master Electrician and certainly the ones that own their own companies make significantly more than what is listed below; however here are the average wages of a Master Electrician.

Remember that this does not include benefits or bonuses that may be paid.

 

 

 

State
Master Electrician SalaryHourly Wage
Alabama
$53,000 $25.48
Alaska
$38,000 $18.27
Arizona
$43,000 $20.67
Arkansas
$53,000 $25.48
California
$56,000 $26.92
Colorado
$46,000 $22.12
Connecticut
$60,000 $28.85
Delaware
$46,000 $22.12
Florida
$49,000 $23.56
Georgia
$60,000 $28.85
Hawaii
$32,000 $15.38
Idaho
$34,000 $16.35
Illinois
$59,000 $28.37
Indiana
$50,000 $24.04
Iowa
$51,000 $24.52
Kansas
$48,000 $23.08
Kentucky
$45,000 $21.63
Louisiana
$47,000 $22.60
Maine
$46,000 $22.12
Maryland
$54,000 $25.96
Massachusetts
$63,000 $30.29
Michigan
$53,000 $25.48
Minnesota
$46,000 $22.12
Mississippi
$55,000 $26.44
Missouri
$51,000 $24.52
Montana
$44,000 $21.15
Nebraska
$38,000 $18.27
Nevada
$40,000 $19.23
New Hampshire
$52,000 $25.00
New Jersey
$56,000 $26.92
New Mexico
$46,000 $22.12
New York
$63,000 $30.29
North Carolina
$50,000 $24.04
North Dakota
$46,000 $22.12
Ohio
$50,000 $24.04
Oklahoma
$48,000 $23.08
Oregon
$51,000 $24.52
Pennsylvania
$50,000 $24.04
Rhode Island
$48,000 $23.08
South Carolina
$52,000 $25.00
South Dakota
$39,000 $18.75
Tennessee
$49,000 $23.56
Texas
$51,000 $24.52
Utah
$41,000 $19.71
Vermont
$46,000 $22.12
Virginia
$53,000 $25.48
Washington
$54,000 $25.96
West Virginia
$49,000 $23.56
Wisconsin
$47,000 $22.60
Wyoming
$43,000 $20.67

Source: Indeed.com

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