Updated February 9, 2022
Average Seasonal Driver Salary
$39,000 yearly
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$19.01 hourly

Entry level Salary
$27,000 yearly
$27,000
10 %
$39,000
Median
$56,000
90 %
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What is a Seasonal Driver's Salary?

PercentileAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly Rate
90th Percentile$56,000$4,667$27
75th Percentile$47,000$3,917$23
Average$39,551$3,296$19
25th Percentile$32,000$2,667$15
10th Percentile$27,000$2,250$13

Average Seasonal Driver Salary By State

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Seasonal Driver average salary by State

StateAvg. SalaryHourly RateJob Count
Alabama$28,342$13.635,171
Alaska$50,157$24.11152
Arizona$31,482$15.144,607
Arkansas$23,864$11.472,140
California$35,683$17.1629,832
Colorado$33,903$16.303,712
Connecticut$38,254$18.391,759
Delaware$38,825$18.671,240
District of Columbia$41,793$20.09275
Florida$23,741$11.415,849
Georgia$27,739$13.349,655
Hawaii$41,370$19.89192
Idaho$29,136$14.011,480
Illinois$36,409$17.5017,379
Indiana$31,805$15.299,648
Iowa$30,807$14.815,407
Kansas$28,279$13.603,770
Kentucky$30,838$14.835,892
Louisiana$28,356$13.634,664
Maine$29,311$14.09737
Maryland$42,278$20.336,027
Massachusetts$31,115$14.962,850
Michigan$35,881$17.256,658
Minnesota$38,596$18.565,469
Mississippi$26,182$12.593,380
Missouri$28,126$13.525,996
Montana$31,486$15.14779
Nebraska$25,311$12.171,499
Nevada$29,416$14.141,374
New Hampshire$33,413$16.06871
New Jersey$40,199$19.333,824
New Mexico$27,202$13.082,210
New York$43,333$20.838,381
North Carolina$31,488$15.149,460
North Dakota$36,992$17.78406
Ohio$34,261$16.4715,785
Oklahoma$26,579$12.783,283
Oregon$33,648$16.183,231
Pennsylvania$37,990$18.2612,993
Rhode Island$39,266$18.88693
South Carolina$23,177$11.146,060
South Dakota$31,238$15.02554
Tennessee$32,515$15.637,576
Texas$29,455$14.1611,280
Utah$28,647$13.772,048
Vermont$33,312$16.02538
Virginia$40,716$19.579,063
Washington$39,140$18.824,008
West Virginia$32,407$15.583,590
Wisconsin$30,663$14.745,590
Wyoming$30,990$14.90564

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Highest Paying Cities For Seasonal Driver

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CityAvg. SalaryHourly Rate
New York, NY$43,576$20.95
Odenton, MD$42,203$20.29
Bellingham, WA$40,696$19.57
Richmond, VA$40,188$19.32
Middletown, PA$38,668$18.59
Minneapolis, MN$38,630$18.57

How much does a Seasonal Driver make?

The average Seasonal Driver salary is $39,551 per year, or $19.01 per hour, in the United States. People on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $27,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $56,000. As most things go, location can be critical. Alaska, New York, Maryland, Hawaii, and Virginia provide the highest Seasonal Driver salaries.

Average Seasonal Driver Salary Over Time

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    Seasonal Driver Salary By Year

    YearAvg. SalaryHourly Rate% Change
    2022$39,600$19.01+6.3%
    2021$37,100$17.82+5.5%
    2020$35,000$16.84+4.1%
    2019$33,600$16.14+2.8%
    2018$32,600$15.69+2.4%

    Average JOB Salary by Field

    Seasonal Driver Salary
    A Fuel Truck Driver transports fuel and other petroleum products from one place to another, ensuring safety and timeliness. Their responsibilities include measuring and calculating fuel deliveries, maintaining records, handling documentation, liaising with clients, preparing progress reports, and overseeing the loading and unloading procedures, ensuring adherence to the company's safety standards and regulations. A Fuel Truck Driver must conduct regular vehicle maintenance checks and abide by the traffic laws and regulations to maintain a safe and efficient work environment.
    Delivery Truck Driver

    Avg. salary: $55,663

    A delivery truck driver is primarily responsible for transporting and delivering products to clients, ensuring accuracy and timeliness. They are also responsible for coordinating with logistics staff, loading and unloading packages, handling and managing documentation, following designated schedules and routes, and maintaining records of deliveries, including the missed ones. There are also instances when a delivery truck driver must accept and process payments, respond to customer calls and inquiries, and prepare progress reports. Furthermore, it is essential to perform maintenance checks on vehicles and abide by all traffic laws for a safe and efficient work environment.
    Tow Truck Driver

    Avg. salary: $42,789

    Typically working upon the directives of dispatchers, a tow truck driver is in charge of driving to areas where a vehicle accident or breakdown took place, connecting the vehicle to the tow truck, and transporting them to repair stations or particular places. Their responsibilities include communicating with clients to identify their needs, answering inquiries, providing assistance by performing minor repairs, changing tires or jump-starting cars, and recommending solutions when necessary. Furthermore, as a tow truck driver, it is essential to perform regular maintenance checks on towing trucks for a safe and efficient service.
    Truck Driver

    Avg. salary: $59,684

    The truck driver transports goods and materials by land from and to manufacturing factories or retail businesses and distribution centers with the use of heavy trucks or tractor-trailers. Truck drivers assist and supervise the safe unloading of cargos to the destination. They must always check their cargo if complete and secured with cables, rope, or other materials. They should keep their truck clean, neat, and inspect prior the trip and ensure to be in good working condition to operate safely. It is very important that they follow with all appropriate safety procedures and comply with federal and state regulations. They must also be knowledgable and comfortable in using maps or GPS to navigate the safest and most efficient routes.
    CDL Class A Driver

    Avg. salary: $57,900

    A CDL Class A driver is a driver with a Class A commercial driver's license. A commercial driver's license is necessary to operate large, heavy, and placarded vehicles. There are several classifications of a commercial driver's license, and Class A is for a car towing a trailer with a gross vehicle weight of more than 10,000 pounds (5 t). Drivers with this type of license are entitled to operate a commercial motor vehicle such as passenger buses, tractor-trailers, semi-trucks, and dump trucks. They have the choice to add endorsements to their CDL, which allows them to operate particular types of commercial motor vehicles.
    CDL Driver

    Avg. salary: $58,020

    A CDL driver is responsible for the transportation of goods from the manufacturing warehouse to specific store locations. CDL drivers' duties include inspecting the items before and after the delivery to ensure that the orders are correct with the right quantity, providing proof of delivery from the receiving customers, following the delivery schedule and report any delays immediately, monitoring the vehicle's engine for efficiency, and escalating concerns of incorrect deliveries and defective items. A CDL driver must have excellent time-management and multi-tasking skills, following safety procedures and road rules at all times.
    Fuel Truck Driver

    Avg. salary: $56,969

    A Fuel Truck Driver transports fuel and other petroleum products from one place to another, ensuring safety and timeliness. Their responsibilities include measuring and calculating fuel deliveries, maintaining records, handling documentation, liaising with clients, preparing progress reports, and overseeing the loading and unloading procedures, ensuring adherence to the company's safety standards and regulations. A Fuel Truck Driver must conduct regular vehicle maintenance checks and abide by the traffic laws and regulations to maintain a safe and efficient work environment.

    Average Salary By Related Field

    Job TitleAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly RateJob Openings
    Delivery Truck Driver$55,664$4,639$26.761,070,200
    Tow Truck Driver$42,789$3,566$20.57893,798
    Truck Driver$59,684$4,974$28.691,071,269
    CDL Class A Driver$57,901$4,825$27.84925,409
    CDL Driver$58,020$4,835$27.891,030,724
    Fuel Truck Driver$56,969$4,747$27.39933,221
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    Seasonal Driver Salaries By Years Of Experience

    The salary for a Seasonal Driver can vary depending on the years of experience that a person has, from entry level to senior level. Data on how experience level affects total compensation is provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) as part of their National Compensation Survey, which is based on factors such as knowledge, complexity, contacts, and environment.

    Seasonal Driver Salary By Experience Level

    Experience LevelAvg. SalaryHourly Rate
    Entry Level$24,800$11.90
    Mid Level$36,500$17.57
    Senior Level$41,400$19.90

    Which Companies Pay Seasonal Drivers The Most?

    If you want to get paid the most as a Seasonal Driver, being employed by a company such as PepsiCo or Waste Connections would be a smart choice, as they are the highest paying companies in this field. Additionally, companies like CHS and MFA Oil also report highly competitive salaries for Seasonal Drivers.

    Highest Paying Companies For Seasonal Drivers

    RankCompanyZippia ScoreAverage Seasonal Driver SalaryAverage Salary
    1$50,112
    2$44,825
    3$41,842
    4$41,727
    5
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    $41,657
    6$41,215

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    1. PepsiCo Jobs (3)
    2. TranSystems Jobs (4)
    3. Amerigas Jobs (6)
    4. Waste Connections Jobs (8)
    5. The Coca-Cola Company Jobs (4)

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    Average Seasonal Driver Salary by Demographic

    Seasonal Driver Gender Pay Gap

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    Male Income
    $39,779
    female-income
    Female Income
    $34,970
    GenderIncome
    Male$39,779
    Female$34,970
    Median Seasonal Driver Income by Race
    White Seasonal Drivers have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. White Seasonal Drivers have the lowest average salary at $36,753.
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    Seasonal Driver Income by Race

    EthnicitySalary
    White$37,941
    Black or African American$36,919
    Asian$37,554
    Hispanic or Latino$37,707
    Average Seasonal Driver Salary by Education Level
    Seasonal Drivers with a High School Diploma degree earn more than those without, at $39,779 annually. With a Associate degree, Seasonal Drivers earn a median annual income of $39,744 compared to $38,821 for Seasonal Drivers with an Bachelors degree.
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    Seasonal Driver Salary by Education Level

    EducationSalary
    High School Diploma or Less$39,779
    Bachelor's Degree$38,821
    Some College/ Associate Degree$39,744