Updated August 18, 2021
Average Manufacturing Team Member Salary
$13.48 hourly
$28,000 yearly

Entry level Salary
$20,000 yearly
$20,000
10 %
$28,000
Median
$38,000
90 %
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PercentileascdescAnnual SalaryascdescMonthly SalaryascdescHourly Rateascdesc
90th Percentile
$38,000
$3,167
$18
75th Percentile
$33,000
$2,750
$16
Average
$28,037
$2,336
$13
25th Percentile
$23,000
$1,917
$11
10th Percentile
$20,000
$1,667
$10

Average Manufacturing Team Member Salary By State

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Manufacturing Team Member average salary by State

StateascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdescJob Countascdesc
Alabama
$21,018
$10.10
Alaska
$33,175
$15.95
Arizona
$27,750
$13.34
Arkansas
$22,361
$10.75
California
$32,896
$15.82
Colorado
$26,791
$12.88
Connecticut
$26,578
$12.78
Delaware
$29,770
$14.31
District of Columbia
$25,013
$12.03
Florida
$21,097
$10.14
Georgia
$21,885
$10.52
Hawaii
$24,038
$11.56
Idaho
$30,241
$14.54
Illinois
$28,521
$13.71
Indiana
$24,495
$11.78
Iowa
$30,104
$14.47
Kansas
$27,333
$13.14
Kentucky
$25,826
$12.42
Louisiana
$24,376
$11.72
Maine
$26,301
$12.64
Maryland
$27,518
$13.23
Massachusetts
$29,454
$14.16
Michigan
$28,500
$13.70
Minnesota
$27,816
$13.37
Mississippi
$26,239
$12.61
Missouri
$27,324
$13.14
Montana
$25,000
$12.02
Nebraska
$28,876
$13.88
Nevada
$29,757
$14.31
New Hampshire
$28,984
$13.93
New Jersey
$29,235
$14.06
New Mexico
$22,098
$10.62
New York
$26,433
$12.71
North Carolina
$20,830
$10.01
North Dakota
$29,686
$14.27
Ohio
$25,552
$12.28
Oklahoma
$24,396
$11.73
Oregon
$31,689
$15.24
Pennsylvania
$25,640
$12.33
Rhode Island
$28,528
$13.72
South Carolina
$20,310
$9.76
South Dakota
$27,883
$13.41
Tennessee
$24,812
$11.93
Texas
$22,876
$11.00
Utah
$24,415
$11.74
Vermont
$28,690
$13.79
Virginia
$21,709
$10.44
Washington
$31,653
$15.22
West Virginia
$25,223
$12.13
Wisconsin
$32,105
$15.44
Wyoming
$27,141
$13.05

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Highest Paying Cities For Manufacturing Team Member

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CityascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc
San Francisco, CA
$35,493
$17.06
Seattle, WA
$32,140
$15.45
Milwaukee, WI
$32,072
$15.42
Mason City, IA
$30,516
$14.67
Boston, MA
$29,459
$14.16
Rockford, IL
$28,749
$13.82

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How much does a Manufacturing Team Member make?

The average manufacturing team member salary is $28,037 per year, or $13.48 per hour, in the United States. People on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $20,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $38,000. As most things go, location can be critical. Alaska, California, Wisconsin, Oregon, and Washington provide the highest manufacturing team member salaries.

Average Manufacturing Team Member Salary Over Time

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Location
    YearascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc% Changeascdesc
    2021
    $28,000
    $13.48
    +3.0%
    2020
    $27,200
    $13.08
    +2.9%
    2019
    $26,400
    $12.70
    +3.3%
    2018
    $25,600
    $12.29
    +2.4%
    2017
    $24,900
    $11.99
    +0.7%

    Average JOB Salary by Field

    Assembly Inspector

    Avg. salary: $22,686

    An assembly inspector is primarily in charge of inspecting products, usually furniture and fixtures, to ensure compliance with production standards. Their responsibilities typically include examining surfaces to identify any dents or damages, conducting measurements and assessments, marking identified issues, reviewing documentation, and maintaining records, producing detailed reports for teams and managers. Moreover, as an assembly inspector, it is essential to lead and encourage staff to reach goals, all while implementing the company's production standards and policies.
    26,127 Assembly Inspector Jobs
    Assembly Operator

    Avg. salary: $27,325

    In a manufacturing setting, an assembly operator is in charge of assembling materials using hands or tools. Their responsibilities include following assembly guidelines, packing items in containers and boxes, operating tools and equipment, and developing strategies to optimize operations. They may also perform regular maintenance checks on machines and equipment to maintain a safe and efficient work environment. Furthermore, it is essential to observe an active communication line with co-workers, coordinating for a structured and smooth workflow.
    60,664 Assembly Operator Jobs
    Cashier

    Avg. salary: $24,655

    A cashier is one of the most visible positions in the retail industry. Cashiers are the last direct point of contact with customers and play a key role in service, retail, and wholesale establishments. They leave a long-lasting impression, which helps encourage the customers to go back. The most common tasks for cashiers are to scan items, conduct price checks, and collect payments. They may deal with a great amount of money on a daily basis, so this position requires them to be honest, reliable, and trustworthy employees. They also need to have great skills in customer service as they may handle customer complaints from time to time, assist in answering questions, and process refunds or exchanges.
    343,535 Cashier Jobs
    Assembly Worker

    Avg. salary: $26,676

    An assembly worker is an employee who is assigned to an assembly line in a manufacturing firm to fabricate parts and join them to construct a final product. Assembly workers follow instructions and diagrams to complete a particular task. They may use a combination of tools such as a punching machine, hammers, or welding equipment. An assembly line supervisor is directly in-charge of these assembly workers and will continuously monitor their work. Assembly workers can also work in different manufacturing firms that produce aircraft, automobiles, and electronics.
    68,861 Assembly Worker Jobs
    Assembler

    Avg. salary: $27,161

    An assembler's general responsibility is to assemble parts and pieces of an item to create a full-length component. An assembler's duties also include checking inventories for correct quantities of components, following blueprints and acknowledging assembly instructions, verifying resources and supplies before assembly, and inspecting tools and equipment necessary to get the job done. Assemblers must also have extensive knowledge of machines, especially troubleshooting and maintenance, and ensuring the quality of the items without compromising the standard safety regulations of the production.
    16,003 Assembler Jobs
    Medical Assembler

    Avg. salary: $29,340

    A medical assembler is responsible for maintaining and ensuring the adequacy of medical tools and equipment and assembling materials for medical operations. Medical assemblers also assist the maintenance team in keeping the cleanliness and orderliness of medical facilities to avoid potential hazards and delays within the premises. They usually work in laboratories to support the doctors and scientists in conducting experiments and research studies by providing them the appropriate materials and help in gathering information as necessary.
    25,739 Medical Assembler Jobs
    Job TitleascdescAnnual SalaryascdescMonthly SalaryascdescHourly RateascdescJob Openingsascdesc
    Assembly Inspector
    $22,686
    $1,891
    $10.91
    26,127
    Assembly Operator
    $27,325
    $2,277
    $13.14
    60,664
    Cashier
    $24,655
    $2,055
    $11.85
    343,535
    Assembly Worker
    $26,676
    $2,223
    $12.83
    68,861
    Assembler
    $27,162
    $2,263
    $13.06
    16,003
    Medical Assembler
    $29,340
    $2,445
    $14.11
    25,739
    Job Openings

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    Which Companies Pay Manufacturing Team Members The Most?

    If you insist on knowing when your check is going to come and for how much, then you'd be better off working for companies like YRC Freight and Hanes Dye and Finishing Co. as they offer the highest salaries for manufacturing team members.
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    Recently Added Manufacturing Team Member Salaries

    Location
    CompanyascdescJobascdescLocationascdescDate AddedascdescSalaryascdesc
    Continental Carbonic Products
    Manufacturing Team Member-Clearfield PA
    Manufacturing Team Member-Clearfield PA
    Clearfield, PA
    08/31/2021
    $34,436
    08/31/2021
    Continental Carbonic Products
    Manufacturing Team Member-Brookhaven MS
    Manufacturing Team Member-Brookhaven MS
    Brookhaven, MS
    08/31/2021
    $34,436
    08/31/2021
    Continental Carbonic Products
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Albion, MI
    08/31/2021
    $37,169
    08/31/2021
    Ashley Furniture
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Winston-Salem, NC
    08/31/2021
    $35,062
    08/31/2021
    Ashley Furniture
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Tupelo, MS
    08/30/2021
    $52,175
    08/30/2021
    American Cybersystems
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Pataskala, OH
    08/29/2021
    $32,244
    08/29/2021
    International Paper Company
    General Labor-Manufacturing Team Member
    General Labor-Manufacturing Team Member
    Dothan, AL
    08/28/2021
    $31,096
    08/28/2021
    Ashley Furniture
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Saint Charles, MN
    08/26/2021
    $43,827
    08/26/2021
    Ashley Furniture
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Sparta, WI
    08/26/2021
    $43,827
    08/26/2021
    Ashley Furniture
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Manufacturing Team Member
    Mahanoy City, PA
    08/26/2021
    $37,399
    08/26/2021

    Average Manufacturing Team Member Salary by Demographic

    Manufacturing Team Member Gender Pay Gap

    male-income
    Male Income
    $28,356
    female-income
    Female Income
    $25,200
    Genderascdesc
    Incomeascdesc
    Male$28,356
    Female$25,200
    Median Manufacturing Team Member Income by Race
    White manufacturing team members have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. Hispanic or latino manufacturing team members have the lowest average salary at $25,360.
    $30,000
    $24,000
    $18,000
    $12,000
    $6,000
    $0
    White
    Black or African American
    Asian
    Hispanic or Latino
    Ethnicityascdesc
    Salaryascdesc
    White$27,967
    Black or African American$26,231
    Asian$27,743
    Hispanic or Latino$25,360
    Average Manufacturing Team Member Salary by Education Level
    Manufacturing team members with a Bachelors degree earn more than those without, at $30,147 annually. With a Associate degree, manufacturing team members earn a median annual income of $29,942 compared to $28,356 for manufacturing team members with an High School Diploma degree.
    $35,000
    $28,000
    $21,000
    $14,000
    $7,000
    $0
    High School Diploma or Less
    Bachelor's Degree
    Some College/ Associate Degree
    Educationascdesc
    Salaryascdesc
    High School Diploma or Less$28,356
    Bachelor's Degree$30,147
    Some College/ Associate Degree$29,942