Irrigation technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Irrigation technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $37,520
Alabama $24,800
Arkansas $24,750
Arizona $27,230
California $31,540
Colorado $32,260
Connecticut $34,720
District of Columbia $32,690
Delaware $29,860
Florida $25,860
Georgia $28,010
Guam $20,250
Hawaii $32,800
Iowa $28,190
Idaho $28,020
Illinois $30,020
Indiana $26,880
Kansas $28,910
Kentucky $26,590
Louisiana $24,430
Massachusetts $36,020
Maryland $30,990
Maine $29,540
Michigan $28,020
Minnesota $34,380
Missouri $29,020
Mississippi $24,380
Montana $28,940
North Carolina $27,410
North Dakota $32,090
Nebraska $29,450
New Hampshire $32,230
New Jersey $30,530
New Mexico $26,390
Nevada $28,140
New York $32,400
Ohio $27,500
Oklahoma $25,930
Oregon $32,110
Pennsylvania $29,466
Puerto Rico $18,870
Rhode Island $33,000
South Carolina $25,990
South Dakota $26,760
Tennessee $26,150
Texas $27,110
Utah $28,960
Virginia $28,600
Virgin Islands $27,100
Vermont $31,350
Washington $34,730
Wisconsin $30,100
West Virginia $23,980
Wyoming $30,730

How do irrigation technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Irrigation technicians earn 15% less than similar careers in Colorado. On average, they make less than soil and plant scientists but more than forest and conservation workers.

Career Median Salary
Soil and plant scientist salary $53K
Landscaper salary $54K
Greenhouse technician salary $44K
Lawn care specialist salary $37K
Arborist salary $33K
Irrigation technician salary $32K
Grounds maintenance worker salary $32K
Nursery worker salary $30K
Forest and conservation worker salary $27K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)