Hourly Rate by Degree/Major Subject for Skill: Machine Operation

Skill: Machine Operation
Hourly Rate by Degree
Degree/Major Subject
National Hourly Rate Data 
$0$12$24$36
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
$11.60 - $24.41  
   
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc)
$11.43 - $24.65  
Associate's Degree
$11.94 - $23.69  
Certificate (Cert)
$11.12 - $25.17  
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
$11.90 - $21.83  
Associate of Science (AS)
$10.02 - $21.49  
GED or High School Diploma
$10.55 - $24.59  
Bachelor's Degree
$11.01 - $24.26  
Certificate (Cert), Precision Machining & Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
$11.63 - $23.12  
Certificate (Cert), Machine Tool Technology
$13.01 - $25.42  
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
$10.98 - $25.74  
Associate of Arts (AA)
$10.21 - $20.91  
Associate of Business Administration (ABA)
$10.87 - $23.37  
Certificate (Cert), Welding Technology
$12.41 - $24.16  
High School Diploma
$9.82 - $23.20  
Certificate (Cert), Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
$11.46 - $18.62  
Associate of Applied Technology (AAT)
$12.00 - $24.02  
Certificate (Cert), Heavy Equipment Operation
$10.15 - $27.64  
Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS)
$10.18 - $24.08  
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
$9.93 - $19.13  
Graduate Certificate
$11.34 - $25.82  
Some college coursework with no degree
$9.73 - $23.82  
Certificate (Cert), Automotive Technology
$10.30 - $25.21  
Certificate (Cert), Machining Technology
$13.37 - $25.59  
Associate of General Studies
$9.97 - $34.07  
Graduate Certificate, Machine Tool Technology
$14.39 - $28.60  
Graduate Certificate, Precision Machining & Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
$12.64 - $26.43  
Certificate (Cert), Precision Machining Technology
$12.65 - $26.43  
Certificate (Cert), Machinist Technology
$13.18 - $25.64  
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
$8.07 - $22.75  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 20 Apr 2016 | Individuals Reporting: 1,661
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