Community health worker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Community health worker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $63,340
New Mexico $61,140
Kentucky $50,220
Rhode Island $50,080
North Dakota $49,840
Oregon $49,770
Wyoming $49,060
Connecticut $48,820
Alaska $48,590
California $48,470
Massachusetts $48,120
Maine $48,060
Virginia $48,020
New York $47,400
Nevada $47,390
Alabama $47,040
Tennessee $47,040
North Carolina $47,020
Minnesota $46,970
Kansas $46,910
New Jersey $46,910
Utah $46,910
Arkansas $46,860
Wisconsin $46,610
Oklahoma $46,570
Michigan $46,440
Montana $46,380
Washington $45,230
Maryland $43,360
Florida $39,770
Georgia $39,710
Idaho $39,520
Illinois $39,130
Louisiana $39,090
South Carolina $39,090
Pennsylvania $39,020
Arizona $38,990
Nebraska $38,850
New Hampshire $38,830
Colorado $38,710
Iowa $38,710
Indiana $38,520
Texas $38,500
Ohio $38,430
Mississippi $38,310
Delaware $37,230
Missouri $37,130
Vermont $37,060
Hawaii $36,910
Puerto Rico $36,570
West Virginia $30,520
South Dakota $30,440

How do community health worker salaries compare to similar careers?

Community health workers earn 8% less than similar careers in Washington. On average, they make less than ophthalmic medical technologists but more than medical assistants.

Career Median Salary
Ophthalmic medical technologist salary $49K
Surgical assistant salary $49K
Neurodiagnostic technologist salary $49K
Hearing aid specialist salary $60K
Exercise physiologist salary $48K
Community health worker salary $45K
Optician salary $47K
Veterinary technologist salary $47K
Psychiatric technician salary $47K
Medical assistant salary $47K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)