Packing Line Workers in America make an average salary of $24,586 per year or $11.82 per hour.If you are in the top 10 percent, you will make over $28,000; however, if you are in the bottom 10 percent, you will earn less than $21,000 per year.Wyoming, Nebraska, District of Columbia, Wisconsin, and Missouri have the highest paying Packing Line Worker jobs.The typical employment for a Packing Line Worker is 1.4 years.
The national average salary for a Packing Line Worker in the United States is $24,586 per year or $11.82 per hour.Kansas City, MO reports the highest annual salary for Packing Line Workers at 28,923.Even an entry-level Packing Line Worker makes $26,000 per year in Kansas City, MO.The top 5 states with the highest reported Packing Line Worker salaries are Wyoming, Nebraska, District of Columbia, Wisconsin, and Missouri.Delaware, Nevada, New York, Florida, and New Jersey have the lowest reported salaries for Packing Line Workers.
Packing Line Workers report their job security as good. Just as in every field, some employers pay higher wages than others.The two companies that report the highest salaries for Packing Line Workers are Kelly Services and Randstad USA.
The type of industry that a Packing Line Worker works in can influence their earning potential.Our data shows that Hospitality companies, Internet companies, and Manufacturing companies tend to have the highest salaries for Packing Line Workers.Hospitality companies pay Packing Line Workers an average salary of $26,451, Internet companies pay $24,746, and Manufacturing companys come in at $24,212.The average salary for Packing Line Workers in the Professional industry is lower than the rest, coming in at $23,993.