Logging Workers Salary in United States (2024)

The average salary for Logging Workers in the United States is around $47900 per year.

How much do Logging Workers make in the United States?

In the United States, Logging Workers earn an average hourly wage of $23.03 and a mean annual wage of $47900.

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Logging Workers earnings by experience

For Logging Workers positions in the United States, hourly wages vary widely. The 10th percentile earns approximately $14.15 per hour, while those at the 25th percentile earn about $17.6 per hour. The median hourly wage stands at $22.4, and at the 75th percentile, it increases to $27.02. The top earners, at the 90th percentile, command an impressive $31.32 hourly.

When considering annual wages for Logging Workers roles, the distribution remains diverse. At the 10th percentile, workers earn around $29440 annually, while those at the 25th percentile make about $36600 annually. The median annual wage, however, is $46580. For the 75th percentile, the figure rises to $56200, and at the 90th percentile, it peaks at $65150 per year.

Earnings for Starting level Logging Workers

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Earnings for Junior-level Logging Workers

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Earnings for Mid-level Logging Workers

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Earnings for Senior-level Logging Workers

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Earnings for Top-level Logging Workers

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Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (Last updated: May 2023)