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5 Highest-Paying States for Electricians

Take a look at the five states with the highest average professional electrician salaries across the U.S.

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Where Do Electricians Make the Most?

According to data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average professional electrician salary in the United States is $59,190. While the cost of living varies across the U.S., some states pay professional electricians better than others. Where does your particular state rank? Here are the five states that have the highest average salaries for electricians in the U.S.

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5. Oregon

Average Yearly Salary: $76,040

Average Monthly Wage: $36.56

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4. District of Columbia

Average Yearly Salary: $79,030

Average Monthly Wage: $38.00

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3. Hawaii

Average Yearly Salary: $79,280

Average Monthly Wage: $38.12

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2. New York

Average Yearly Salary: $81,340

Average Monthly Wage: $39.11

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1. Illinois

Average Yearly Salary: $81,650

Average Monthly Wage: $39.25

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