See Compensation for Manufacturing Workforce in These States

Industry Week has identified the states with the most manufacturing headquarters with statistical help from the National Association of Manufacturers.

Take a look at the Top Seven’s numbers:

  • The percentage of the workforce employed in manufacturing;
  • Total manufacturing output in 2017;
  • The average annual compensation in that same year.

7) Michigan. Percent of workforce is just over 14. Total output was $96.2 billion. Average compensation was $79,320.

6) Pennsylvania. Percent of workforce is about 9.5. Total output was $87.7 billion. Average compensation was $73,731.

5) New York. Percent of workforce is about 4.5. Total output was $73 billion. Average compensation was $76,269.

4) Ohio. Percent of workforce is about 13. Total output was $108 billion. Average compensation was $74,680.

3) Illinois. Percent of workforce is about 9.5. Total output was about $104 billion. Average compensation was $87,394.

2) Texas. Percent of workforce is about 7. Total output was about $226 billion. Average compensation was $85,051.

1) California. Percent of workforce is about 7.7. Total output was about $300.3 billion. Average compensation was $105,241.

Source: Industry Week