PRODUCTION PLANNER SALARY

Average Yearly Salary
$70,000
$50,000
Min 10%
$70,000
Median 50%
$98,000
Max 90%
Best Paying Company
Shell
Highest Paying City
Seattle, WA
Highest Paying State
Alaska
Average Experience Level
4.2 years
How much does a production planner make?
Production Planners in America make, on average, $70,675 a year or $33.98 per hour. The top 10 percent of earners make over $98,000 annually, whereas the bottom 10 percent of earners make under $50,000 per year. Manufacturing companies and Professional companies have the most job opportunities for Production Planners. The top 5 states when it comes to Production Planner salaries are Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Vermont, and Maine. The typical tenure for a Production Planner is 4.2 years.
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Average Production Planner Salary By Company

Production Planners can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others. Manufacturing companies and Professional companies tend to have the highest concentration of employment in this field. Shell and Kongsberg Automotive are the highest paying companies. Companies like Staples and Infineon Technologies Americas Corp. also report very competitive wages for Production Planners.

Average Production Planner Salary By Location

The national average salary for a Production Planner in the United States is $70,675 per year or $33.98 per hour. Working in Seattle, WA as a Production Planner will pay you the highest wages at around $78,012 per year. Even an entry-level Production Planner makes $50,000 per year in Seattle, WA. Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Vermont, and Maine are the top 5 highest earning states for Production Planners. Indiana, South Carolina, Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri are the lowest earners.
RankCityAverage Salary
1
Seattle, WA
$78,012
2
Fairfield, CA
$75,724
3
Portland, OR
$73,887
4
Austin, TX
$61,528
5
Chelmsford, MA
$61,345

Average Production Planner Salary By Industry

The type of industry that a Production Planner works in can influence their earning potential. Our data shows that Professional companies, Hospitality companies, and Retail companies tend to have the highest salaries for Production Planners. Salaries for Production Planners in Professional companies average $80,349 annually, while Hospitality companies and Retail companies pay $70,998 and $70,310, respectively. The average salary for Production Planners in the Technology industry is lower than the rest, coming in at $68,445.
RankIndustryAverage Salary
1
Professional
$80,349
2
Hospitality
$70,998
3
Retail
$70,310
4
Automotive
$69,990
5
Manufacturing
$69,764

RECENTLY ADDED Production Planner SALARIES

Company
Job
Location
Date Added
Salary
TRC Staffing Services
Production Planner
10/25/2019
$50,440
Kern County Superintendent of Schools Office-Kcsos
Production Planner
10/17/2019
$31,931
U.S. Marine Corps
Production Planner
09/26/2019
$68,036
Robert Half
Production Planner
09/25/2019
$37,566
Kelly Services
Production Planner
09/21/2019
$58,436
Production Planner
09/17/2019
$40,000
Randstad
Production Planner
09/12/2019
$57,393
Kelly Services
Production Planner
09/05/2019
$54,262
Carlisle Syntec, Inc.
Production Planner
09/05/2019
$43,827
Randstad
Production Planner
09/04/2019
$57,393
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