Salary for Solar Thermal Installers and Technicians

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These employees are required to maintain, install or assemble solar thermal systems on roofs or other areas. Their main duties are to measure, assemble or cut structural framing and perform minor electrical work. The work can be dangerous as solar thermal workers must operate at extreme heights and use sharp electrical tools. To become a solar thermal installer, there are no specific education requirements. Some employers want to hire new employees with high school diplomas or GEDs; others do not. The same goes for formal training. Some Solar Thermal Installer Managers wish to train on-site, while some would like to hire someone who has already had some training prior to working.

A Solar Thermal Installer or Technician gets an average pay level that can range from 24000 to 36000 depending on the level of education. Solar Thermal Installers and Technicians will normally receive an average pay level of Thirty Five Thousand Nine Hundred dollars on a yearly basis.

Solar Thermal Installers and Technicians can expect the most salary in Idaho, where they get salary pay of close to $62800.

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The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 35.55 percent nationwide in that time.