Animal control worker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Animal control worker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $49,030
Alabama $31,330
Arkansas $28,450
Arizona $36,570
California $54,770
Colorado $45,560
Connecticut $47,420
Florida $36,380
Georgia $31,230
Iowa $40,880
Idaho $34,500
Illinois $35,790
Indiana $33,710
Kansas $35,230
Kentucky $26,950
Louisiana $27,740
Massachusetts $49,350
Maryland $43,230
Maine $27,150
Michigan $39,450
Minnesota $40,230
Missouri $33,550
Mississippi $25,120
Montana $36,990
North Carolina $35,070
Nebraska $36,310
New Hampshire $42,270
New Jersey $38,360
New Mexico $30,370
Nevada $47,840
New York $34,340
Ohio $35,680
Oklahoma $29,500
Oregon $46,920
Pennsylvania $39,580
Rhode Island $45,020
South Carolina $30,900
South Dakota $30,620
Tennessee $32,370
Texas $34,690
Utah $36,450
Virginia $37,090
Vermont $38,650
Washington $48,270
Wisconsin $37,240
West Virginia $25,760
Wyoming $41,010

How do animal control worker salaries compare to similar careers?

Animal control workers earn 18% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than aquacultural managers but more than veterinary assistants.

Career Median Salary
Aquacultural manager salary $71K
Zoologist salary $63K
Animal scientist salary $60K
Fish and game warden salary $58K
Animal breeder salary $43K
Animal control worker salary $38K
Exterminator salary $38K
Animal trainer salary $30K
Veterinary technologist salary $30K
Veterinary assistant salary $23K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)