Hydrologist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Hydrologist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $88,310
Arizona $64,703
California $95,290
Colorado $90,300
Connecticut $94,060
Florida $84,560
Georgia $100,180
Idaho $44,330
Illinois $87,250
Indiana $87,970
Louisiana $59,300
Massachusetts $55,340
Maryland $100,580
Maine $75,180
Michigan $76,510
Minnesota $75,780
Missouri $71,110
Montana $72,910
North Carolina $62,630
North Dakota $64,120
Nebraska $61,510
New Hampshire $91,370
New Jersey $109,250
New Mexico $75,510
Nevada $84,340
New York $70,570
Ohio $79,870
Oklahoma $86,530
Oregon $78,760
Pennsylvania $81,900
South Carolina $49,260
Tennessee $80,940
Texas $73,500
Utah $84,100
Virginia $88,930
Vermont $85,730
Washington $85,190
Wisconsin $61,460
Wyoming $71,430

How do hydrologist salaries compare to similar careers?

Hydrologists earn about the same as related careers in Vermont. On average, they make less than nanotechnology engineers but more than scientists.

Career Median Salary
Nanotechnology engineer salary $85K
Geospatial information scientist salary $80K
Hydrologist salary $86K
Food science technologist salary $68K
Geologist salary $66K
Chemist salary $59K
Scientist salary $69K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)