Geothermal technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Geothermal technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $66,580
Alabama $35,380
Arkansas $38,210
Arizona $38,860
California $41,080
Colorado $37,870
Connecticut $40,040
District of Columbia $51,770
Delaware $37,600
Florida $34,220
Georgia $37,190
Guam $28,180
Hawaii $64,120
Iowa $43,980
Idaho $41,290
Illinois $45,090
Indiana $35,210
Kansas $38,480
Kentucky $38,390
Louisiana $41,650
Massachusetts $47,470
Maryland $41,520
Maine $40,280
Michigan $41,830
Minnesota $43,990
Missouri $38,750
Mississippi $45,480
Montana $38,340
North Carolina $37,030
North Dakota $48,960
Nebraska $47,030
New Hampshire $47,680
New Jersey $37,740
New Mexico $36,670
Nevada $47,560
New York $36,470
Ohio $38,430
Oklahoma $43,870
Oregon $40,080
Pennsylvania $44,310
Puerto Rico $27,250
Rhode Island $40,870
South Carolina $42,770
South Dakota $44,220
Tennessee $35,590
Texas $37,920
Utah $37,890
Virginia $43,160
Virgin Islands $34,190
Vermont $35,990
Washington $53,740
Wisconsin $36,430
West Virginia $37,930
Wyoming $44,300

How do geothermal technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Geothermal technicians earn about the same as related careers in Hawaii. On average, they make less than aviation inspectors but more than automotive service technicians.

Career Median Salary
Aviation inspector salary $75K
Avionics technician salary $68K
Rigger salary $68K
Hydroelectric plant technician salary $69K
Industrial machinery mechanic salary $67K
Geothermal technician salary $64K
Aircraft mechanic salary $55K
Radio mechanic salary $52K
Auto body repairer salary $51K
Automotive service technician salary $45K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)