Rigger Salary in United States

What is the salary of a Rigger?

The average salary of a Rigger in United States is $44,180. Salaries start from around $26,360 and go up to $63,860. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

$0 $63,860
Starting ($26.4k)
Junior ($32.3k)
Experienced ($42.3k)
Senior ($54.1k)
Highest ($63.9k)
Highest

The top 10% of Riggers in United States earn:

$63,860
Senior

The top 25% of Riggers in United States earn:

$54,110
Experienced

The middle 50% of Riggers in United States earn:

$42,270
Junior

The bottom 25% of Riggers in United States earn:

$32,300
Starting

The bottom 10% of Riggers in United States earn:

$26,360

Historical salary

Rigger salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Minnesota 69,390 1
New York 60,740 2
New Jersey 60,680 3
Colorado 60,250 4
Washington 56,000 5
Nevada 54,670 6
Pennsylvania 53,490 7
Indiana 52,060 8
Massachusetts 51,570 9
Maine 50,930 10
Alaska 49,120 11
Connecticut 48,250 12
Oregon 48,150 13
Maryland 48,100 14
Virginia 47,760 15
California 47,380 16
Arizona 47,060 17
Montana 46,840 18
Illinois 46,090 19
Texas 45,850 20
Wisconsin 45,270 21
Michigan 44,710 22
United States 44,180 23
Georgia 43,810 24
Mississippi 42,070 25
Rhode Island 42,060 26
Ohio 40,660 27
Missouri 40,020 28
North Dakota 39,660 29
Oklahoma 39,660 30
Iowa 38,810 31
Kentucky 38,740 32
Florida 38,540 33
Louisiana 38,180 34
North Carolina 35,660 35
Tennessee 35,260 36
Alabama 34,800 37
Nebraska 33,430 38
Arkansas 32,490 39

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