Environmental technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Environmental technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $50,670
Alabama $47,130
Arkansas $47,490
Arizona $39,720
California $57,740
Colorado $47,520
Connecticut $45,850
District of Columbia $60,690
Delaware $36,210
Florida $40,280
Georgia $33,070
Hawaii $45,400
Iowa $47,000
Idaho $59,040
Illinois $42,330
Indiana $39,080
Kansas $45,700
Kentucky $38,720
Louisiana $46,410
Massachusetts $57,530
Maryland $56,180
Maine $36,380
Michigan $44,380
Minnesota $52,220
Missouri $39,090
Mississippi $37,210
Montana $40,930
North Carolina $40,990
North Dakota $42,130
Nebraska $47,040
New Hampshire $47,020
New Jersey $41,610
New Mexico $46,220
Nevada $48,850
New York $49,240
Ohio $44,240
Oklahoma $44,130
Oregon $54,670
Pennsylvania $44,613
Puerto Rico $24,170
Rhode Island $68,850
South Carolina $38,840
South Dakota $28,320
Tennessee $41,620
Texas $43,040
Utah $55,200
Virginia $40,940
Virgin Islands $34,510
Vermont $36,350
Washington $72,380
Wisconsin $47,260
West Virginia $41,340
Wyoming $40,280

How do environmental technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Environmental technicians earn 8% less than similar careers in Ohio. On average, they make less than conservation scientists but more than forest and conservation workers.

Career Median Salary
Conservation scientist salary $53K
Soil and water conservationist salary $53K
Biomass plant technician salary $54K
Explosives worker salary $47K
Biotechnician salary $44K
Environmental technician salary $44K
Forest and conservation worker salary $42K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)