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How much does a Potter make in Hawaii?

Average Potter Hourly Wage in Hawaii

Potters earn a median hourly wage of $16.95. Hourly wages typically start from $12.40 and go up to $28.34.

Average Potter Yearly Salary in Hawaii

Potters earn a median salary of $35,250 per year. Salaries typically start from $25,790 and go up to $58,950.

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Potter Earnings by Seniority

Top End Potter Earnings

The highest earning Potters in Hawaii earn:

$28.34
an hour
$58,950
per year
Senior Potter Earnings

Senior Potters in Hawaii earn:

$20.98
an hour
$43,640
per year
Experienced Potter Earnings

Experienced Potters in Hawaii earn:

$16.95
an hour
$35,250
per year
Junior Potter Earnings

Junior Potters in Hawaii earn:

$14.34
an hour
$29,830
per year
Starting Potter Earnings

Starting Potters in Hawaii earn:

$12.40
an hour
$25,790
per year

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

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Potter salary comparison

Potters earn less than 73% percent of Arts careers in Hawaii. Potter salaries are in the bottom 77% of all careers in Hawaii.

Urban Planner Salary in Hawaii $65k
Art Director Salary in Hawaii $56k
Music Therapist Salary in Hawaii $46k
Conductor Salary in Hawaii $41k
Photographer Salary in Hawaii $39k
Potter Salary $35k
Glass Blower Salary in Hawaii $35k
Sewing Machine Operator Salary in Hawaii $24k
Hand Sewer Salary in Hawaii $18k

Historical salary for Potters in Hawaii

Source: U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics

How to Become a Potter

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  1. Take the Sokanu Career Test

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  2. Get the Education

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