Salary for Helpers--Production Workers

Want help with your hiring? It's easy. Enter your information below, and we'll quickly reach out to discuss your hiring needs.

Also known as:  Blending Tank Helper, Commercial Baker Helper, Machinist Helper, Slitter Helper, Tailor Helper, Welder Helper, Woodworker Helper helps find better paying jobs across all specialties and locations. Sign up in our career community today!

The main responsibility of a production helper is to perform the most basic tasks needed by a production worker, such as cleaning or holding tools. This job is physically demanding and can be strenuous. A high school degree or GED is not always needed to apply for this job. After being hired, employers might require up to a month of formal on-site training for new employees, but not always.

A Production Worker Helper will normally receive a salary between $21,700 and $45,180 depending on level of experience. can expect an average pay level of thirty-two thousand dollars each year.

obtain the highest salaries in Wyoming, where they receive average pay scales of near $38,450. Employees who work in this career can make the most money in Utilities, which has a compensation of $41,200.

Are you an aspiring production worker helper? Want a new opportunity where you can earn a higher salary? Join our production worker helper Career Community today!

The national wage distribution is shown below. To overlay local salaries for a Production Worker Helper, please select your state.
Annual salary
Hourly rate
Recruiter makes it easy to find out about new jobs for helpers--production workers. Join our production worker helper Career Community today!

The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 48.58 percent nationwide in that time.


Helpers--Production Workers tend to make the most in the following industries:

Public Administration
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Management of Companies and Enterprises
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

In general, they earn less within the industries below:

Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting
Health Care and Social Assistance
Administrative, Support and Waste Management Services
Retail Trade
Other Services (except Public Administration)