Forest and conservation worker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Forest and conservation worker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Michigan $60,980
Arkansas $49,190
Pennsylvania $47,440
Massachusetts $47,400
Nevada $45,190
Missouri $44,550
Ohio $42,330
Florida $40,390
Oregon $39,140
New York $38,000
Colorado $37,940
Maryland $37,690
New Jersey $37,580
Nebraska $37,000
Illinois $36,770
Washington $36,200
Louisiana $36,120
Hawaii $36,060
Georgia $34,360
Delaware $33,290
Utah $33,220
Arizona $32,650
Virginia $32,530
Oklahoma $32,370
District of Columbia $31,960
Texas $31,760
New Hampshire $30,590
California $30,060
Connecticut $29,530
Montana $29,510
Kentucky $29,170
Indiana $29,030
South Dakota $28,880
North Dakota $28,380
Kansas $27,920
Tennessee $26,450
Wisconsin $26,000
South Carolina $24,610
North Carolina $24,580
Iowa $23,590
Puerto Rico $23,050
New Mexico $21,840
West Virginia $19,410

How do forest and conservation worker salaries compare to similar careers?

Forest and conservation workers earn about the same as related careers in Michigan. On average, they make less than soil and water conservationists but more than irrigation technicians.

Career Median Salary
Soil and water conservationist salary $62K
Range manager salary $62K
Soil and plant scientist salary $59K
Biomass plant technician salary $61K
Landscaper salary $48K
Forest and conservation worker salary $61K
Biotechnician salary $45K
Arborist salary $48K
Lawn care specialist salary $38K
Irrigation technician salary $30K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)