As a Maintenance Manager in the USA, you can expect to earn on average $67,171 per year or $32.29 per hour.The top 10 percent make over $102,000 per year, while the bottom 10 percent make under $44,000 per year.Most Maintenance Manager jobs are in Hospitality companies and Real Estate companies.States with the highest Maintenance Manager salaries include California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Hawaii.The typical tenure for a Maintenance Manager is 4.4 years.
Maintenance Managers can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others.Employers that have the highest concentration of job opportunities for Maintenance Managers are Hospitality companies and Real Estate companies.Maintenance Managers at Bimbo Bakeries USA and Kroger report the highest salaries.Companies like CSM Companies, Inc. and Harris Teeter also report very competitive wages for Maintenance Managers.
The national average salary for a Maintenance Manager in the United States is $67,171 per year or $32.29 per hour.The city with the highest Maintenance Manager salary is Los Angeles, CA at $94,498 per year.The average entry-level salary in Los Angeles, CA is $61,000.California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Hawaii are the highest paying states.Wyoming, Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, and Montana are at the bottom for competitive pay.
The type of industry that a Maintenance Manager works in can influence their earning potential.By looking at our data, we can see that Hospitality companies, Professional companies, and Retail companies pay their Maintenance Managers well.Hospitality companies pay their Maintenance Managers the highest wages, averaging $68,567 per year. Professional companies and Retail companies pay well too, at $68,565 and $68,064, respectively.At $61,611, the average salary for Maintenance Managers in the Automotive industry is lower than other industries.