The Top 5 Lowest-Paying States for Electricians: 2022

Sept. 18, 2023
See which four states and one U.S. territory made the list.

Based on updated research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics in its Occupational Employment and Wages Study from May 2022 report, these four states (and one U.S. territory) ranked the lowest in terms of compensation for electricians. Flip through these gallery slides to discover which states have the lowest electrician compensation (listed in descending order). Keep in mind that this list does not take cost of living into consideration. 

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