One could claim that the invention of plumbing sparked the development of modern civilization's infrastructure and sanitary system. Even though terra cotta pipes are a thing of the past, plumbers still play an important role in the industry. Our clean water flows in and our wastewater flows out thanks to the work of plumbers with varied levels of experience, from unclogging a toilet to creating intricate pipe layouts for major construction projects. Our comfortable existence is ensured by master plumber jobs, among of the highest paying in the business. If this context of the important skills of plumbers have related to the job, What is the highest paying plumber?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics aggregates data from plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters rather than providing particular statistics on master plumbers. However, according to the BLS, apprentices normally make less than a journeyman plumber's typical income and increase in pay as they gain experience. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimated that in 2019, the average hourly wage for this group of trades was $26.52, or $55,160 annually.
The highest 10 percent of earners took home approximately $97,170 annually, while the bottom 10 percent made around $32,690. The average annual wage is greater than the $36,000 average for all construction trades, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. According to self-reported salaries from Zip Recruiter, the typical master plumber's pay is higher than that of other plumbers at $62,553 annually.
Your choice of where to hang your plumber's belt may also have an impact on your pay. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the top metro areas for average annual earnings in 2019 were Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI ($89,470), Kankakee, IL ($88,790), and San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA ($87,230). Illinois, Alaska, and Minnesota were the top three paying states in the same year.
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