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.

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$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
Alabama 34,800 36
Alaska 49,100 11
Arizona 47,100 17
Arkansas 32,500 38
California 47,400 16
Colorado 60,300 4
Connecticut 48,300 12
Florida 38,500 32
Georgia 43,800 23
Illinois 46,100 19
Indiana 52,100 8
Iowa 38,800 30
Kentucky 38,700 31
Louisiana 38,200 33
Maine 50,900 10
Maryland 48,100 14
Massachusetts 51,600 9
Michigan 44,700 22
Minnesota 69,400 1
Mississippi 42,100 24
Missouri 40,000 27
Montana 46,800 18
Nebraska 33,400 37
Nevada 54,700 6
New Jersey 60,700 3
New York 60,700 2
North Carolina 35,700 34
North Dakota 39,700 28
Ohio 40,700 26
Oklahoma 39,700 28
Oregon 48,200 13
Pennsylvania 53,500 7
Rhode Island 42,100 25
Tennessee 35,300 35
Texas 45,900 20
Virginia 47,800 15
Washington 56,000 5
Wisconsin 45,300 21

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