High-Paying Jobs in the Propane Industry

April 30, 2021

If you are currently attending trade school, CDL school, or vocational school, you may already be on a specific career path, or you may be searching for opportunities that offer competitive pay, training, talent development, and plenty of opportunity for career growth. PROPANE CAN DO THAT®.  You’ll be pleased to know there are several possibilities in the propane industry  to develop a sustainable career to meet your income goals as well as build a career you can be proud of.

Propane Service Technicians

On average, Propane Service Technicians earn $27.08 ($56,326.40/year). And that is just the average! You develop lasting skills that typically include continuing education along with opportunities for advancement and income growth.

Propane Sales

Propane Salespeople receive competitive pay with opportunities to increase income with sales commissions.  The average yearly compensation a propane salesperson receives is $80,000.

Propane Delivery Drivers

The average wage of a Propane Delivery Driver is $24.32 ($50,585.60/year) with the possibility of overtime during the cold season. Plus, there are opportunities for income and job growth as your propane skills develop.

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If you are considering a career move, think about pursing one of the opportunities above. Along with competitive pay, and valuable benefits, you won’t just be doing a job, you’ll be part of a team that’s building communities, keeping America running, and protecting the environment for the next generation.

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