Hearing aid specialist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Hearing aid specialist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Hawaii $81,350
Arkansas $74,640
Alabama $73,450
Connecticut $71,270
California $60,590
Arizona $60,360
Oregon $60,360
Idaho $60,110
Texas $60,080
Iowa $59,930
Vermont $59,850
Alaska $59,500
Colorado $59,500
Washington $59,500
Montana $59,280
Minnesota $58,810
Wisconsin $58,500
Maryland $56,740
Illinois $56,550
Tennessee $54,750
North Carolina $54,670
New Jersey $53,380
Louisiana $52,050
New York $50,190
Indiana $49,170
Nevada $48,800
Ohio $48,070
Massachusetts $47,510
West Virginia $47,360
Pennsylvania $47,230
Missouri $46,980
Virginia $46,690
Michigan $44,520
Maine $43,470
Oklahoma $43,310
New Mexico $43,090
Florida $40,490
Kansas $37,180
Utah $37,020
Georgia $35,910
Puerto Rico $35,410
Kentucky $30,930
Rhode Island $29,720
Mississippi $29,260
Nebraska $27,770
South Carolina $122,430

How do hearing aid specialist salaries compare to similar careers?

Hearing aid specialists earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than health educators but more than ophthalmic medical technologists.

Career Median Salary
Health educator salary $61K
Occupational therapist assistant salary $62K
Healthcare social worker salary $61K
Cardiovascular technologist and technician salary $61K
Physical therapist assistant salary $61K
Hearing aid specialist salary $60K
Exercise physiologist salary $48K
Surgical technologist salary $49K
Licensed practical nurse salary $48K
Ophthalmic medical technologist salary $46K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)