The national average salary for a Cherry Picker Operator in the U.S. is $25,368 annually or $12.2 hourly.Those in the bottom 10 percent make under $20,000 a year, and the top 10 percent make over $31,000.Professional companies and Retail companies tend to have the highest concentration of employment in this field.California, Nevada, Texas, Arizona, and Utah are some of the states with the best Cherry Picker Operator salaries in the US.Most Cherry Picker Operators spend 1.4 years in the position.
Cherry Picker Operators can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others.Most Cherry Picker Operator jobs are in Professional companies and Professional companies.Rite Aid and ALPHA GROUP are the highest paying companies.In addition, companies like Volt Information Sciences Inc. and CVS Health report highly competitive salaries for Cherry Picker Operators.
The national average salary for a Cherry Picker Operator in the United States is $25,368 per year or $12.2 per hour.Stockton, CA reports the highest Cherry Picker Operator salaries at $33,800 per year.Even an entry-level Cherry Picker Operator makes $20,000 per year in Stockton, CA.The highest earning states when it comes to Cherry Picker Operator salaries are California, Nevada, Texas, Arizona, and Utah.The lowest earning states are Michigan, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, Minnesota, and Maine.
Wages for Cherry Picker Operators can differ based on the industry they work in.Our data shows that Internet companies, Transportation companies, and Manufacturing companies tend to have the highest salaries for Cherry Picker Operators.Internet companies pay Cherry Picker Operators an average salary of $26,491, Transportation companies pay $26,245, and Manufacturing companys come in at $25,821.At $23,456, the average salary for Cherry Picker Operators in the Automotive industry is lower than other industries.