Medical and clinical laboratory technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Medical and clinical laboratory technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $49,640
Alabama $34,090
Arkansas $33,980
Arizona $39,590
California $40,523
Colorado $40,270
Connecticut $44,470
District of Columbia $41,450
Delaware $39,930
Florida $35,360
Georgia $34,300
Guam $33,380
Hawaii $46,790
Iowa $41,470
Idaho $31,480
Illinois $42,020
Indiana $35,630
Kansas $35,460
Kentucky $37,910
Louisiana $32,970
Massachusetts $40,530
Maryland $38,860
Maine $41,270
Michigan $31,840
Minnesota $44,920
Missouri $34,040
Mississippi $34,180
Montana $39,010
North Carolina $35,000
North Dakota $41,390
Nebraska $38,760
New Hampshire $41,520
New Jersey $51,160
New Mexico $36,280
Nevada $44,230
New York $47,610
Ohio $42,310
Oklahoma $31,170
Oregon $42,170
Pennsylvania $38,140
Puerto Rico $20,150
Rhode Island $57,470
South Carolina $36,860
South Dakota $34,830
Tennessee $36,210
Texas $31,293
Utah $31,800
Virginia $37,440
Virgin Islands $44,640
Vermont $49,270
Washington $43,800
Wisconsin $41,950
West Virginia $40,980
Wyoming $36,810

How do medical and clinical laboratory technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Medical and clinical laboratory technicians earn 15% less than similar careers in California. On average, they make less than registered nurses but more than medical administrative assistants.

Career Median Salary
Registered nurse salary $83K
Health educator salary $44K
Nurse salary $59K
Physical therapist salary $73K
Psychologist salary $47K
Medical and clinical laboratory technician salary $41K
Optician salary $36K
Licensed practical nurse salary $48K
Veterinary technologist salary $31K
Medical administrative assistant salary $34K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)