Average Hourly Earnings for United States Employees in the Mining and Logging Industry in June, 2021
Updated on May 13, 2022.

The seasonally adjusted average hourly earnings for employees in the mining and logging industry in the United States in June, 2021 was $34.79, according to recent data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The following was the ranking of states that had data on the average hourly earnings for employees in the mining and logging industry (not seasonally adjusted) in June, 2021:

  1. Wyoming: $41.95
  2. West Virginia: $33.5

You can interact with the chart below and also use the table below to see the average hourly earnings for each state. You can also find links for similar data for other months, as well as links to the trend of average hourly earnings for each US state at the bottom of this page.

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West Virginia 33.5
Wyoming 41.95

US Average Hourly Earnings for Other Months and Years

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Trend of Average Hourly Earnings for Employees in the Mining and Logging Industry for US States

Use the following links to find the historical trend of average hourly earnings of employees in the mining and logging industry for the following US states.