It seems like Maintenance People are becoming more and more common across America. But working conditions for Maintenance People aren’t the same everywhere in the U.S.
As Maintenance People are popular in the U.S., we wanted to bring you a list of the best states for Maintenance People. In case you are trying to decide where to start your career as a Maintenance Person, or if you are considering moving to a different city or state, we got you covered.
We figured that the best places for Maintenance Person jobs has three things everyone would agree on.
There would be high annual wages, good career prospects (no matter what phase of the career you are in), and a lot of job opportunities.
McDonald's and U.S. Navy have current job openings that you can apply to using Zippia's job search tools.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent data helped us determine the ranking.
We ranked each of the 50 states from best to worst for Maintenance People, to help you with your next career move.
We also have the current list of job openings for Maintenance People available below.
Check out the ranking of the best states for Maintenance People below.
If you're interested, you can read more about the job scene here:
4. Rhode Island
7. North Carolina