Production Crew

Production Crew Salary

Average Yearly Salary
$27,000
$17,000
Min 10%
$27,000
Median 50%
$44,000
Max 90%
Best Paying Company
General Mills
Highest Paying City
Lynnwood, WA
Highest Paying State
Alaska
Average Experience Level
2.1 years
How much does a production crew make?
Production Crews in America make an average salary of $27,960 per year or $13.44 per hour. The top 10 percent make over $44,000 per year, while the bottom 10 percent make under $17,000 per year. Manufacturing companies and Hospitality companies have the most job opportunities for Production Crews. The best states for high paying Production Crew jobs are Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, and California. The typical tenure for a Production Crew is 2.1 years.
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Average Production Crew Salary By Location

The national average salary for a Production Crew in the United States is $27,960 per year or $13.44 per hour. Production Crews make the most in Lynnwood, WA at about $57,315 per year. Even an entry-level Production Crew makes $24,000 per year in Lynnwood, WA. Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, and California are the top 5 highest earning states for Production Crews. On the other hand, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Wyoming, and Kentucky report the lowest wages for Production Crews.
RankCityAverage Salary
1
Lynnwood, WA
$57,315
2
Salinas, CA
$41,501
3
Attleboro, MA
$34,803
4
Cumberland, RI
$33,524
5
Green Bay, WI
$31,418

Average Production Crew Salary By Company

Production Crew jobs offer good job security, but the wages reported in some industries are higher than others. The most abundant employment opportunities for Production Crews are in Manufacturing companies and Hospitality companies. Production Crews at General Mills and Schnitzer Steel Industries report the highest salaries. In addition, companies like Saputo and Randstad USA report highly competitive salaries for Production Crews.

Average Production Crew Pay By Industry

Wages for Production Crews can differ based on the industry they work in. Our analysis shows that Manufacturing companies, Hospitality companies, and Media companies pay higher-than-average wages for Production Crews. Manufacturing companies pay Production Crews an average salary of $29,560, Hospitality companies pay $27,748, and Media companys come in at $27,401. The types of companies that pay Production Crews the least are in the Retail industry, where the average annual salary is $26,239.
RankIndustryAverage Salary
1
Manufacturing
$29,560
2
Hospitality
$27,748
3
Media
$27,401
4
Retail
$26,239

Recently Added Production Crew Salaries

Company
Job
Location
Date Added
Salary
Randstad
Production Crew
01/30/2020
$27,131
Conagra Brands, Inc.
Production Crew
01/24/2020
$32,182
Kelly Services
Production Crew
01/24/2020
$23,479
Lee Enterprises
Production Crew
01/22/2020
$25,044
Hilton
Production Crew
01/17/2020
$25,044
Randstad
Production Crew
01/15/2020
$37,566
General Mills, Inc.
Production Crew
12/24/2019
$39,319
Lee Enterprises
Production Crew
12/07/2019
$25,044
Production Crew
11/15/2019
$33,392
11/13/2019
$27,131
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