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How much does a Precious Metal Worker make in South Carolina?

Average Precious Metal Worker Hourly Wage in South Carolina

Precious Metal Workers earn a median hourly wage of $16.45. Hourly wages typically start from $9.09 and go up to $30.04.

Average Precious Metal Worker Yearly Salary in South Carolina

Precious Metal Workers earn a median salary of $34,210 per year. Salaries typically start from $18,900 and go up to $62,480.

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Precious Metal Worker Earnings by Seniority

Top End Precious Metal Worker Earnings

The highest earning Precious Metal Workers in South Carolina earn:

$30.04
an hour
$62,480
per year
Senior Precious Metal Worker Earnings

Senior Precious Metal Workers in South Carolina earn:

$24.93
an hour
$51,850
per year
Experienced Precious Metal Worker Earnings

Experienced Precious Metal Workers in South Carolina earn:

$16.45
an hour
$34,210
per year
Junior Precious Metal Worker Earnings

Junior Precious Metal Workers in South Carolina earn:

$12.91
an hour
$26,860
per year
Starting Precious Metal Worker Earnings

Starting Precious Metal Workers in South Carolina earn:

$9.09
an hour
$18,900
per year

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

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Precious Metal Worker salary comparison

Precious Metal Workers earn less than 52% percent of Trades careers in South Carolina. Precious Metal Worker salaries are in the bottom 71% of all careers in South Carolina.

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Historical salary for Precious Metal Workers in South Carolina

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

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