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 about the same as related careers in South Dakota. On average, they make less than veterinary technologists but more than personal care aides.

Career Median Salary
Veterinary technologist salary $34K
Pharmacy technician salary $32K
Paramedic salary $30K
Optician salary $30K
Medical assistant salary $30K
Home health aide salary $29K
Phlebotomist salary $28K
Veterinary assistant salary $23K
Personal care aide salary $24K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)