Biostatistician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Biostatistician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Arizona $99,370
Delaware $98,650
Illinois $98,320
Alaska $98,200
Washington $95,270
Wyoming $86,600
Arkansas $85,220
Texas $80,830
Virginia $80,710
Rhode Island $80,430
Colorado $80,150
Michigan $79,510
Indiana $79,290
Oregon $79,190
Vermont $79,190
Minnesota $79,060
Florida $78,940
Tennessee $78,800
New Hampshire $78,060
Kentucky $77,810
Pennsylvania $77,760
Nebraska $77,500
Utah $76,820
Ohio $75,230
Maine $74,980
Louisiana $66,070
Nevada $65,790
Hawaii $63,040
North Dakota $62,930
Wisconsin $62,680
Mississippi $62,090
Missouri $61,800
Montana $61,800
Alabama $61,710
South Carolina $61,520
Iowa $61,460
New Mexico $60,680
Oklahoma $53,840
West Virginia $50,650
Puerto Rico $37,850
Maryland $113,360
New York $109,140
Georgia $106,120
North Carolina $104,670
District of Columbia $103,750
Massachusetts $102,830
California $102,410
New Jersey $102,300
Idaho $101,620
Kansas $101,620
Connecticut $101,020

How do biostatistician salaries compare to similar careers?

Biostatisticians earn about the same as related careers in Iowa. On average, they make less than environmental consultants but more than biotechnicians.

Career Median Salary
Environmental consultant salary $72K
Industrial ecologist salary $72K
Climate change analyst salary $72K
Environmental restoration planner salary $72K
Geodesist salary $62K
Statistician salary $61K
Biostatistician salary $61K
Conservation scientist salary $55K
Soil and water conservationist salary $55K
Biotechnician salary $50K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)