Geneticist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Geneticist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $79,260
Alabama $65,970
Arkansas $73,380
Arizona $73,980
California $87,760
Colorado $71,030
Connecticut $91,320
District of Columbia $84,670
Delaware $92,440
Florida $75,010
Georgia $71,280
Hawaii $80,340
Iowa $62,770
Idaho $71,420
Illinois $83,370
Indiana $68,110
Kansas $60,240
Kentucky $63,260
Louisiana $63,310
Massachusetts $74,580
Maryland $97,850
Maine $71,650
Michigan $73,370
Minnesota $73,130
Missouri $67,350
Mississippi $75,580
Montana $67,340
North Carolina $79,580
North Dakota $67,560
Nebraska $75,820
New Hampshire $81,170
New Jersey $81,880
New Mexico $75,760
Nevada $74,080
New York $88,430
Ohio $66,590
Oklahoma $63,270
Oregon $67,350
Pennsylvania $71,110
Rhode Island $94,580
South Carolina $77,560
South Dakota $65,790
Tennessee $65,690
Texas $80,910
Utah $75,310
Virginia $83,180
Vermont $73,460
Washington $79,590
Wisconsin $70,540
West Virginia $71,140
Wyoming $71,410

How do geneticist salaries compare to similar careers?

Geneticists earn 8% more than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make more than microbiologists.

Career Median Salary
Geneticist salary $82K
Epidemiologist salary $71K
Microbiologist salary $69K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)