Chemical technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Chemical technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $77,520
Delaware $75,940
Texas $63,280
Louisiana $60,570
Hawaii $60,180
Nevada $59,020
Massachusetts $58,810
Colorado $58,750
District of Columbia $58,720
New York $57,310
Maine $54,650
Washington $54,440
Pennsylvania $54,410
West Virginia $50,070
New Jersey $49,900
Michigan $49,820
Oklahoma $49,270
Illinois $49,180
Oregon $49,010
Arizona $48,800
Kentucky $48,740
Tennessee $48,740
North Dakota $48,730
Ohio $48,710
Minnesota $48,300
California $48,130
North Carolina $48,130
Vermont $48,080
Alabama $48,040
Georgia $47,860
Iowa $47,850
Virginia $47,270
Nebraska $47,240
Florida $47,180
New Hampshire $47,130
South Dakota $46,960
Connecticut $46,910
Kansas $46,910
Wyoming $46,780
New Mexico $46,660
Indiana $46,640
Wisconsin $46,620
Rhode Island $46,590
Mississippi $46,380
South Carolina $46,340
Utah $42,360
Missouri $42,150
Maryland $40,400
Idaho $39,080
Arkansas $38,560
Puerto Rico $38,260
Montana $37,650

How do chemical technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Chemical technicians earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than rotary drill operators but more than water treatment plant operators.

Career Median Salary
Rotary drill operator salary $56K
Sheet metal worker salary $53K
Mining machine operator salary $60K
Tool and die maker salary $57K
Quality control inspector salary $49K
Chemical technician salary $49K
Pump operator salary $50K
Faller salary $48K
Logging worker salary $48K
Water treatment plant operator salary $48K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)