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
California $22,170
Colorado $26,580
District of Columbia $31,960
Florida $33,480
Georgia $37,420
Hawaii $39,810
Iowa $28,400
Illinois $38,760
Indiana $19,490
Kansas $27,920
Louisiana $36,120
Massachusetts $45,470
Maryland $37,840
Michigan $44,300
Missouri $44,550
Montana $26,660
North Carolina $24,580
North Dakota $31,910
Nebraska $37,000
New Hampshire $30,590
New Jersey $35,570
New Mexico $19,720
New York $39,100
Ohio $42,330
Oklahoma $32,370
Oregon $34,290
Pennsylvania $35,896
South Carolina $24,610
South Dakota $27,290
Tennessee $24,100
Texas $31,760
Utah $34,180
Virginia $32,530
Washington $23,310
Wisconsin $44,370
West Virginia $19,410

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

Forest and conservation workers earn 13% less than similar careers in New Hampshire. On average, they make less than biotechnicians but more than nursery workers.

Career Median Salary
Biotechnician salary $49K
Environmental technician salary $47K
Arborist salary $40K
Lawn care specialist salary $38K
Irrigation technician salary $32K
Forest and conservation worker salary $31K
Grounds maintenance worker salary $32K
Nursery worker salary $28K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)