Hourly Rate by Degree/Major Subject for Certification: General Journeyman Electrician

Employees with a General Journeyman Electrician Certification
Hourly Rate by Degree
Degree/Major Subject
National Hourly Rate Data 
$0$18$36$54
Certificate (Cert), Journeyman Electrician Studies
$18.46 - $36.30  
   
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
$17.80 - $34.57  
Certificate (Cert)
$18.19 - $32.80  
Certificate (Cert), Electrical Construction & Maintenance
$15.03 - $34.55  
Graduate Certificate, Journeyman Electrician Studies
$17.86 - $41.00  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc)
$15.39 - $32.64  
Certificate (Cert), Electrical Construction
$16.60 - $39.75  
Associate's Degree
$17.92 - $51.39  
Certificate (Cert), Electrical Wiring
$15.24 - $29.18  
Graduate Certificate
$16.50 - $32.35  
Associate of Science (AS)
$16.63 - $36.07  
Certificate (Cert), Electrician Studies
$18.42 - $30.38  
Associate of Applied Technology (AAT)
$15.46 - $48.71  
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
$13.91 - $34.32  
Graduate Certificate, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
$17.87 - $25.17  
Certificate (Cert), Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation & Refrigeration (HVAC) Maintenance Technology
$15.10 - $37.04  
Associate of Arts (AA)
$26.19  
Technical Certificate
$23.01  
Certificate (Cert), Electrical Maintenance
$22.96  
Certificate (Cert), Electrical Engineering (EE)
$20.14  
Graduate Certificate, Electrical Wiring
$22.00  
GED or High School Diploma
$23.50  
Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
$24.80  
Graduate Certificate, Electrical Construction
$26.71  
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
$21.50  
Associate of Business Administration (ABA)
$25.92  
Bachelor's Degree
$20.00  
Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS)
$27.00  
Graduate Certificate, Electrical Engineering (EE)
$21.99  
Associate of General Studies
$18.00  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 27 May 2017 | Individuals Reporting: 719

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