The Average Salary of a Railroad Worker

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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics identifies "railroad conductors and yardmasters" and "rail transportation worker" as distinct occupations. The average annual salary for a conductor was $58,030 as of May 2013. The average for all rail transportation workers was $59,110.

Conductor Pay Details

  • The lowest 10 percent of earners made at or below $40,130 as of May 2013, according to the BLS. The top 10 percent made at or above $82,180 per year. Delaware was the top-paying state with an average salary of $70,430 per year. Washington was next at $69,150.

Rail Transportation Worker Pay Details

  • The bottom 10 percent of rail transportation earners made at or below $31,320 per year, according to the BLS. The top 10 percent made at or above $87,800. California boasted the highest average salary for this occupation at $73,390, followed by Illinois at $65,760.

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