Meter Reader salary in the United States

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Based on 1,302 income tax records
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How much do Meter Readers make?
The average total salary for a Meter Reader is $37,500 per year. This is based on data from 1,302 TurboTax users who reported their occupation as Meter Reader and includes taxable wages, tips, bonuses, and more. Meter Reader salary can vary between $19,000 to $75,000 depending on factors including education, skills, experience, employer & location. Read more
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Based on income reported to the IRS in box 1 of W-2.

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Meter Reader salary by location

Meter Reader salary by company

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Trucheck, Snohomish County, WA
11 income tax records
$26K – $50K

Meter Reader demographics in United States

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62% are single
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38% are married
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39% have kids
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37% own a home

Effective Tax Rates for Meter Readers in United States

1,302 full-time salaries from 2019
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The average salary for a meter reader in the United States is $37,500 per year. Meter reader salaries in the United States can vary between $19,000 to $75,000 and depend on various factors, including skills, experience, employer, bonuses, tips, and more.

This data is exclusive to Mint Salary and is based on 1,302 tax returns from TurboTax customers who reported their occupation as meter reader.

The following cities offer the highest salaries for meter readers in the United States: Cleveland Metro Area, OH ($59,500 a year), New York Metro Area, NY ($56,500 a year), and Chicago Metro Area, IL ($54,500 a year).
Total salary amounts here include total taxable wages, tips, prizes and other compensation. Salaries here are not representative of the total population and may reflect different levels of experience or education. Learn more
Total salary ranges shown here exclude outliers.