Hazardous materials removal worker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Hazardous materials removal worker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $57,600
Alabama $38,530
Arkansas $29,230
Arizona $36,380
California $44,300
Colorado $40,930
Connecticut $37,630
District of Columbia $37,310
Delaware $39,010
Florida $36,250
Georgia $43,700
Guam $28,230
Hawaii $56,220
Iowa $36,790
Idaho $67,250
Illinois $55,010
Indiana $39,730
Kansas $33,380
Kentucky $42,150
Louisiana $37,130
Massachusetts $44,440
Maryland $38,900
Maine $37,030
Michigan $43,110
Minnesota $42,850
Missouri $45,320
Mississippi $33,800
Montana $48,490
North Carolina $28,480
North Dakota $57,080
Nebraska $40,680
New Hampshire $45,900
New Jersey $57,340
New Mexico $53,350
Nevada $41,040
New York $64,400
Ohio $46,170
Oklahoma $38,080
Oregon $40,590
Pennsylvania $47,360
Puerto Rico $18,020
Rhode Island $45,940
South Carolina $33,190
South Dakota $36,730
Tennessee $56,360
Texas $36,440
Utah $41,380
Virginia $37,960
Vermont $37,060
Washington $59,940
Wisconsin $40,040
West Virginia $35,580
Wyoming $46,300

How do hazardous materials removal worker salaries compare to similar careers?

Hazardous materials removal workers earn about the same as related careers in Rhode Island. On average, they make less than substance abuse social workers but more than precious metal workers.

Career Median Salary
Substance abuse social worker salary $43K
Postal service worker salary $60K
Postal service clerk salary $60K
Sign language interpreter salary $43K
Ambulance dispatcher salary $47K
Hazardous materials removal worker salary $46K
Highway maintenance worker salary $45K
Maintenance worker salary $44K
Financial clerk salary $44K
Precious metal worker salary $38K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)