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 about the same as related careers in Rhode Island. On average, they make less than fish and game wardens but more than veterinary assistants.

Career Median Salary
Fish and game warden salary $75K
Zoologist salary $62K
Animal control worker salary $45K
Exterminator salary $36K
Veterinary technologist salary $35K
Animal caretaker salary $25K
Veterinary assistant salary $24K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)