Glass Blowers


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Glass Blowers

Glass Blowers - Wages & Trends

Wages vary by employer and the glass blower's skill level.

Glass blowers who work full time usually receive benefits. Typical benefits include sick leave, paid vacation, and health insurance.

Wage information is not available specifically for glass blowers. However, they are part of the larger group of "molders, shapers, and casters."

Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic (SOC 51-9195)
Location
Pay Period
25%
Median
75%
Illinois Hourly $13.80 $16.75 $22.43
Yearly $28,698 $34,840 $46,663
    Champaign Area Hourly $13.35 $15.79 $19.16
Yearly $27,775 $32,836 $39,857
    Cook County Hourly $13.25 $14.60 $18.23
Yearly $27,567 $30,365 $37,913
    Dekalb-Elgin-Aurora Area Hourly $14.00 $17.42 $24.43
Yearly $29,125 $36,225 $50,808
    Du Page County Hourly $12.87 $14.24 $15.80
Yearly $26,767 $29,628 $32,866
    Edwardsville Area Hourly $14.38 $18.14 $34.45
Yearly $29,908 $37,730 $71,646
    Peoria-Bloomington Area Hourly $14.17 $19.21 $23.36
Yearly $29,482 $39,966 $48,591
    Rockford Area Hourly $17.03 $18.92 $21.97
Yearly $35,417 $39,347 $45,691
United States Hourly $13.50 $16.36 $19.95
Yearly $28,080 $34,030 $41,500

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