Biotechnician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Biotechnician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $41,310
Alabama $37,930
Arkansas $42,190
Arizona $33,400
California $50,100
Colorado $42,470
Connecticut $55,300
District of Columbia $52,000
Delaware $48,890
Florida $42,850
Georgia $47,320
Guam $37,880
Hawaii $35,204
Iowa $43,981
Idaho $33,400
Illinois $52,920
Indiana $45,540
Kansas $40,940
Kentucky $41,970
Louisiana $41,740
Massachusetts $51,290
Maryland $48,870
Maine $41,680
Michigan $38,550
Minnesota $48,630
Missouri $40,460
Mississippi $37,850
Montana $33,170
North Carolina $41,970
North Dakota $34,080
Nebraska $39,720
New Hampshire $49,240
New Jersey $50,350
New Mexico $41,520
Nevada $38,660
New York $46,980
Ohio $43,950
Oklahoma $41,080
Oregon $39,610
Pennsylvania $47,398
Puerto Rico $36,080
Rhode Island $39,870
South Carolina $39,630
South Dakota $31,860
Tennessee $38,890
Texas $44,070
Utah $39,360
Virginia $43,630
Vermont $41,360
Washington $42,910
Wisconsin $45,320
West Virginia $42,730
Wyoming $37,220

How do biotechnician salaries compare to similar careers?

Biotechnicians earn about the same as related careers in Illinois. On average, they make less than soil and water conservationists but more than forest and conservation workers.

Career Median Salary
Soil and water conservationist salary $63K
Biomass plant technician salary $66K
Explosives worker salary $60K
Soil and plant scientist salary $52K
Animal scientist salary $50K
Biotechnician salary $53K
Environmental technician salary $42K
Forest and conservation worker salary $39K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)