Most Maintenance Jobs See Pay Increases

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According to the 2011 ERC Wage Survey and the 2011 ERC Salary Survey, the majority of maintenance jobs surveyed have experienced pay increases since 2009. Both hourly and salaried maintenance jobs showed consistent rises in pay from 2009.

Maintenance Jobs with Hourly Rate or Salary Increases from 2009
Hourly Jobs

 

2009

2010

2011

Janitor/Custodian

$11.76

$11.85

$12.68

Machine Maintenance Mechanic - Senior

$20.02

$19.53

$21.00

Machine Maintenance Mechanic - Junior

$17.50

$18.21

$20.40

Maintenance Electrician - Senior

$21.64

$22.30

$22.77

Maintenance Electrician - Junior

$18.40

$18.66

$25.68

Maintenance Worker - General

$16.49

$17.90

$18.59

Source: 2011 ERC Wage Survey

Salaried Jobs

 

2009

2010

2011

Facility Maintenance Manager

$62,980

$65,046

$70,835

General Supervisor – Maintenance/Trades Function

$48,969

$63,247

$66,897

Supervisor – Custodial Services

$33,262

$33,434

$45,464

Supervisor – General Maintenance

$54,216

$55,828

$59,030

Source: 2011 ERC Salary Survey

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