Stower Salary

Average Yearly Salary
Updated May 19, 2020
$18,000
$16,000
Min 10%
$18,000
Median 50%
$21,000
Max 90%
Best Paying Company
H-E-B
Highest Paying City
Shoreline, WA
Highest Paying State
Maine
Average Experience Level
2.1 years
How much does a stower make?
As a Stower in the USA, you can expect to earn on average $18,655 per year or $8.97 per hour. The top 10 percent make over $21,000 per year, while the bottom 10 percent make under $16,000 per year. Retail companies and Hospitality companies have the most job opportunities for Stowers. States with the highest Stower salaries include Maine, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Alaska. The typical tenure for a Stower is 2.1 years.
Annual Salaries For Related Jobs
Stocker
$27,586

Average Stower Salary By Location

As a Stower in the U.S., you can expect to earn on average $18,655 per year or $8.97 per hour. Working in Shoreline, WA as a Stower will pay you the highest wages at around $26,361 per year. The Shoreline, WA average entry-level salary for Stowers is $18,000. Maine, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Alaska are the top 5 highest earning states for Stowers. Louisiana, Montana, and South Dakota have the lowest Stower salaries.

Map of Stower Salaries

The darker areas on the map show where Stowers earn the highest salaries across all 50 states.

Average Salary:

Average Stower Salary By Company

Stowers report their job security as good. Just as in every field, some employers pay higher wages than others. Retail companies and Hospitality companies have the most job opportunities for Stowers. H-E-B and Sears Holdings are the highest paying companies. Companies like The Fresh Market and Staples also pay high salaries to their Stowers.

Stower Salary History

Compare salaries for individual cities or states with the national average.

National Average
Ashburn, VA

Stower Salary By Experience Level

The salary for a Stower can range from $15,661 to $23,307 depending on the amount of work experience that the person has. Data on how experience level affects salary 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.