How much does a Filipino earn in Alaska, the coldest U.S. state?
 
 
 
 
 
 

How much does a Filipino earn in Alaska, the coldest U.S. state?

/ 11:17 AM November 15, 2022
Filipino Community Hall (center) on Franklin St, Juneau Downtown Historic District, Southeast Alaska. WIKIPEDIA

Filipino Community Hall (center) on Franklin St, Juneau Downtown Historic District, Southeast Alaska. WIKIPEDIA

There are nearly 30,000 Filipinos in Alaska, the coldest state in the U.S., where they make up the largest Asian subgroup.

More Filipinos are coming as family members from the Philippines reunite with primary immigrants, and some cities are recruiting health care professionals and teachers.

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Job-search website ZipRecruiter has published a breakdown of job categories (“Filipino jobs”) Filipinos tend to occupy and the average pay in each. However, “based on recent job posting activity on ZipRecruiter, the Filipino job market in Alaska is not very active as few companies are currently hiring.

Here is the full  ZipRecruiter report:

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As of Nov. 6, 2022, the average annual pay for the Filipino jobs category in Alaska is $36,896 a year.

That’s approximately $17.74 an hour ($709/week or $3,074/month).

While ZipRecruiter is seeing salaries as high as $63,846 and as low as $19,606, the majority of salaries within the Filipino jobs category currently range between $29,660 (25th percentile) to $40,720 (75th percentile) with top earners (90th percentile) making $56,305 annually in Alaska.

The average pay range for a Filipino job varies greatly (by as much as $11,060), which suggests there may be many opportunities for advancement and increased pay based on skill level, location and years of experience.

Based on recent job posting activity on ZipRecruiter, the Filipino job market in Alaska is not very active as few companies are currently hiring.

Alaska ranks number 21 out of 50 states nationwide for Filipino job salaries.

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To estimate the most accurate annual salary range for Filipino jobs, ZipRecruiter continuously scans its database of millions of active jobs published locally throughout America.

Find your next high paying job within the Filipino category on ZipRecruiter today.

What are Top 10 Highest Paying Cities for Filipino Jobs in Alaska

We’ve identified 10 cities where the typical salary for a Filipino job is above the average in Alaska. Topping the list is Diamond Ridge, with Lakes and Hooper Bay close behind in second and third. Hooper Bay beats the Alaska average by 12.5%, and Diamond Ridge furthers that trend with another $6,187 (16.8%) above the $36,896.

With these 10 cities paying on average above the average for Alaska, the opportunities for economic advancement by changing locations in the Filipino jobs category appears to be exceedingly fruitful.

Finally, another factor to consider is the average salary for these top 10 cities varies very little at 12% between Diamond Ridge and Tanaina, reinforcing the limited potential for much wage advancement. The possibility of a lower cost of living may be the best factor to use when considering location and salary for a Filipino role.

What are Top 1 Best Paying Related Filipino Jobs in Alaska

Analyzing some similar jobs related to the Filipino job category in Alaska, we found that Filipino Nurse jobs have average salaries greater than Filipino jobs.

Significantly, Filipino Nurse jobs pay 65.3% ($24,106) more than the average Filipino salary of $36,896. If you’re qualified, finding work in the Filipino Nurse jobs category may help you make more money than that of the average Filipino position.

About Our Data

ZipRecruiter salary estimates, histograms, trends and comparisons are derived from both employer job postings and third party data sources.

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