Chemical technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Chemical technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $57,090
Alabama $45,876
Arkansas $42,570
Arizona $37,818
California $44,350
Colorado $47,140
Connecticut $48,960
District of Columbia $49,030
Delaware $65,330
Florida $44,770
Georgia $42,200
Hawaii $55,270
Iowa $43,880
Idaho $38,740
Illinois $45,626
Indiana $41,707
Kansas $41,691
Kentucky $47,858
Louisiana $63,990
Massachusetts $55,480
Maryland $40,400
Maine $39,090
Michigan $40,270
Minnesota $47,780
Missouri $50,720
Mississippi $51,550
Montana $49,290
North Carolina $49,840
North Dakota $47,610
Nebraska $49,540
New Hampshire $44,070
New Jersey $53,190
New Mexico $38,670
Nevada $53,460
New York $49,060
Ohio $45,150
Oklahoma $52,500
Oregon $45,810
Pennsylvania $42,751
Puerto Rico $35,270
Rhode Island $45,880
South Carolina $45,010
South Dakota $34,290
Tennessee $45,720
Texas $59,660
Utah $43,020
Virginia $46,210
Vermont $51,330
Washington $46,910
Wisconsin $45,240
West Virginia $52,880
Wyoming $42,930

How do chemical technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Chemical technicians earn about the same as related careers in Oklahoma. On average, they make less than non-destructive testing specialists but more than pump operators.

Career Median Salary
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $63K
Industrial designer salary $62K
Quality control inspector salary $52K
Tool and die maker salary $59K
Oil and gas rotary drill operator salary $52K
Chemical technician salary $52K
Boilermaker salary $52K
Rigger salary $49K
Sheet metal worker salary $52K
Pump operator salary $40K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)