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 about the same as related careers in Washington. On average, they make less than medical appliance technicians but more than medical secretaries.

Career Median Salary
Medical appliance technician salary $54K
Licensed practical nurse salary $50K
Paramedic salary $54K
Mental health counselor salary $44K
Medical transcriptionist salary $41K
Medical and clinical laboratory technician salary $44K
Optician salary $45K
Medical records technician salary $41K
Ophthalmic medical technician salary $43K
Medical secretary salary $41K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)