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 Vermont. On average, they make less than occupational health specialists but more than glaziers.

Career Median Salary
Occupational health specialist salary $66K
Industrial designer salary $64K
Power plant operator salary $61K
Non-Destructive testing specialist salary $56K
Tool and die maker salary $54K
Chemical technician salary $51K
Water treatment plant operator salary $48K
Sheet metal worker salary $43K
Molding and casting worker salary $49K
Glazier salary $43K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)