Electric Motor Repairers


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Electric Motor Repairers

Electric Motor Repairers - Wages & Trends

Pay varies by the type of equipment being repaired and the repairer's skill level. Trainees usually earn less and senior technicians more. Earnings tend to be highest in large firms. Repairers are paid extra for working overtime, weekends, or holidays. Some electric motor repairers belong to unions. They often are paid more than non-union employees.

Electric motor repairers who work full time often receive benefits. Benefits may include health insurance, sick leave, and paid vacation. Self-employed electric motor repairers must provide their own insurance.

Electric motor, power tool, and related repairers (SOC 49-2092)
Location
Pay Period
25%
Median
75%
Illinois Hourly $35.83 $43.35 $47.35
Yearly $74,524 $90,177 $98,484
    Cook County Hourly $42.71 $45.58 $48.45
Yearly $88,842 $94,810 $100,779
    Du Page County Hourly $25.55 $35.41 $40.89
Yearly $53,136 $73,652 $85,061
    Mt. Vernon-Marion-Carbondale Area Hourly $15.84 $18.94 $23.12
Yearly $32,951 $39,398 $48,089
United States Hourly $16.71 $21.19 $27.18
Yearly $34,760 $44,070 $56,530

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