Appliance Installers and Repairers


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Appliance Installers and Repairers

Appliance Installers and Repairers - Wages & Trends

Wages vary by employer, area of the country, and type of appliance. The worker's level of skill, training, and responsibility also affect wages. Some installers and repairers receive a commission in addition to their wages. The commission is based on the number of installations and repairs they make per day.

Appliance installers and repairers who work full time usually receive benefits. Typical benefits include sick leave, paid vacation, and health insurance. Appliance installers and repairers who are self-employed must provide their own insurance.

Home appliance repairers (SOC 49-9031)
Location
Pay Period
25%
Median
75%
Illinois Hourly $12.13 $19.94 $23.95
Yearly $25,228 $41,466 $49,824
    Charleston-Effingham-Centralia Area Hourly $9.86 $15.86 $17.99
Yearly $20,504 $32,986 $37,429
    Cook County Hourly $16.17 $21.52 $25.16
Yearly $33,642 $44,765 $52,325
    Lake County Hourly $10.94 $17.78 $25.67
Yearly $22,756 $36,985 $53,394
    Mt. Vernon-Marion-Carbondale Area Hourly $9.24 $13.29 $16.48
Yearly $19,211 $27,647 $34,280
    Peoria-Bloomington Area Hourly $14.81 $18.41 $22.93
Yearly $30,797 $38,299 $47,702
    Quincy-Macomb-Galesburg Area Hourly $14.19 $16.51 $18.08
Yearly $29,516 $34,338 $37,613
    Rockford Area Hourly $15.12 $17.55 $21.83
Yearly $31,450 $36,514 $45,415
    Springfield Area Hourly $10.62 $11.67 $17.29
Yearly $22,084 $24,280 $35,954
United States Hourly $15.12 $19.36 $24.74
Yearly $31,450 $40,260 $51,450

Source: Illinois Career Information System (CIS) brought to you by Illinois Department of Employment Security.