Warehouse Worker Salaries in the United States

Salary estimated from 163,048 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Last updated: October 10, 2019
Average salary
$13.49 per hour
  • Most Reported
$7.25
$23.10
Salary Distribution

Average additional compensation

Overtime pay
$4,687
/ year

How much does a Warehouse Worker make in the United States?

The average salary for a Warehouse Worker is $13.49 per hour in the United States. Salary estimates are based on 163,048 salaries submitted anonymously to Indeed by Warehouse Worker employees, users, and collected from past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. The typical tenure for a Warehouse Worker is less than 1 year.
Warehouse Worker salaries by company in the United States
CompanyAverage salary
$17.24 per hour
$16.73 per hour
$15.65 per hour
$15.39 per hour
$15.01 per hour
$15.38 per hour
$14.66 per hour
$17.13 per hour
$15.47 per hour
$15.00 per hour
Warehouse Worker salaries by location
CityAverage salary
$14.78 per hour
$12.80 per hour
$12.85 per hour
$12.39 per hour
$14.70 per hour

Warehouse Worker job openings

Warehouse Associate, Columbia, SC (2019-12685) - Pay $15/hr Shift 8am-5pm
PrimeSource Building Products, Inc.
Columbia, SC
Warehouse Associate, Stockton, CA - Starting Pay $17/hr Weekdays (9:00am-5:30pm) with Full Benefits
PrimeSource Building Products, Inc.
Stockton, CA
Warehouse Worker 1st Shift
Keurig Dr Pepper Inc.
Orlando, FL
Warehouse Worker Jobs

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