Ever wonder how your locksmith business stacks up against other businesses in the state?
Or how about how locksmiths in your state compare to the nation?
Straight from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS, May 2018), here are some comprehensive charts to give you a better understanding of how much competition you have and how your salary compares.
(Sorry Wyoming, South Dakota, and Vermont, the BLS didn’t have any or enough data to include your states.)
Locksmiths per 1,000 Jobs
Here you can see a breakdown of the number of locksmiths per state per 1,000 jobs.
Yellow states, and states with a darker shade of blue have high populations of locksmiths.
Lighter shades of blue mean there are fewer locksmiths in the state.
Average Locksmith Hourly Salaries
Yellow and darker shades of blue mean higher average hourly salaries for locksmiths per state.
For smaller businesses, hourly salaries can also translate to rates, so you can use this data to get an idea of what the average locksmith rate is for your state.
Average Locksmith Annual Salaries
Here’s a chart to give you an idea of the bigger picture for locksmith earnings.
Average Locksmith Annual Salaries in the 10th Percentile
Because having a range to look at is always helpful, here’s the lowest earning locksmith wages per state.
Average Locksmith Annual Salaries in the 90th Percentile
And to finish the range view, here’s the top-earning locksmith wages per state.
Do these charts give you a better idea of how your business stacks up against the state?
Let us know in the comments below!