Home health aide earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Home health aide salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $28,200
Alabama $19,280
Arkansas $25,592
Arizona $23,495
California $29,380
Colorado $25,260
Connecticut $25,600
District of Columbia $28,900
Delaware $28,110
Florida $24,280
Georgia $23,140
Hawaii $27,620
Iowa $26,279
Idaho $25,369
Illinois $21,192
Indiana $26,062
Kansas $23,256
Kentucky $23,428
Louisiana $19,610
Massachusetts $30,140
Maryland $26,900
Maine $26,430
Michigan $24,770
Minnesota $28,660
Missouri $23,070
Mississippi $21,920
Montana $25,360
North Carolina $20,390
North Dakota $34,440
Nebraska $23,260
New Hampshire $28,530
New Jersey $23,620
New Mexico $22,020
Nevada $27,940
New York $24,920
Ohio $22,200
Oklahoma $22,020
Oregon $24,930
Pennsylvania $22,464
Puerto Rico $18,330
Rhode Island $30,600
South Carolina $21,290
South Dakota $29,300
Tennessee $22,140
Texas $19,770
Utah $25,210
Virginia $22,060
Vermont $27,880
Washington $27,690
Wisconsin $24,250
West Virginia $20,910
Wyoming $27,960

How do home health aide salaries compare to similar careers?

Home health aides earn 16% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than psychiatric aides.

Career Median Salary
Psychiatric aide salary $29K
Medical assistant salary $29K
Orderly salary $26K
Personal care aide salary $26K
Veterinary assistant salary $22K
Home health aide salary $22K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)