This salary guide can be used by both employers and job seekers to gauge current market salaries and see where you stand compared to your peers.

For employers, you can use the data to determine if an increase in pay rates for specific positions may be necessary to finding the adequate level of loyalty and skill preferred on the job.

For job seekers (or existing employees), you can use this information in your job search to determine how much you can earn in specific positions and even consider how you can gain the skills needed for those roles.

However you use this guide, remember that salary is only one factor in a much bigger picture. Finding stability and fulfillment in your work through pay, benefits, location, the work environment and the team you work with should all be considered in attracting talent and finding the right job for you.

The Highlights

  • Up-to date salary data for manufacturing, construction, hospitality and warehousing positions
  • Accurate salary information for Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Raleigh, Detroit, Philadelphia, New York City, Seattle and San Diego
  • Updated for 2021