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Fire Captain Salary

How much does a Fire Captain make in the United States?
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$75,089 (USD)

Average Base Salary

$36 (USD)/hr

Average Hourly Rate

$2,876 (USD)

Average Bonus
The average fire captain salary in United States is $75,089 or an equivalent hourly rate of $36. In addition, they earn an average bonus of $2,876. Salary estimates based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in United States.
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$53,472 (USD)

Entry Level Salary

$92,890 (USD)

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