How much do electricians earn in Alabama?
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How much does an electrician make?
In the United States, the average pay for an electrician as of July 2022 is approximately $31.17 per hour. That works out to be approximately $60,772 per year and $4,675 per month, assuming you work a 40 hour work week.
Comparing electrician salaries
DirectlyApply has seen electrician salaries ranging from a high of $50.00 per hour to a low of $5.13 per hour, although we would estimate that the majority of electricians currently sit between $23.00 per hour and $50.00 per hour. To be considered a top earning electrician you would be expected to be making in excess of $50.00 per hour, which would put you in the top 10%. If you are earning $23.00 per hour or lower, you would be sitting in the bottom 25 percentile. However interestingly, the average pay range for an electrician can vary significantly (by as much as $44.87 per hour) so therefore this role may allow for either increased hours or overtime, as well as opportunities for promotion and pay rises. It is therefore highly possible that you can increase your salary as you gain more experience in the role.
Electrician salaries in Alabama
DirectlyApply is currently seeing a high demand for electricians in Alabama with an electrician in this region making an average salary of $30.62 per hour. To make a wider comparison, out of the 50 states, Alabama comes in -1th position for pay. When comparing with the national average salary, we calculate that on average, an electrician in Alabama is making 2% less than the national average. DirectlyApply scans millions of jobs a day in order which enables us to constantly update our database and provide an accurate reflection of the salary range for electricians.
How does electrician pay compare across the United States?
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