Medical and clinical laboratory technologist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Medical and clinical laboratory technologist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $75,180
Alabama $54,820
Arkansas $51,480
Arizona $58,050
California $82,650
Colorado $65,760
Connecticut $71,920
District of Columbia $66,930
Delaware $66,400
Florida $59,870
Georgia $57,930
Guam $65,490
Hawaii $68,410
Iowa $55,570
Idaho $61,710
Illinois $59,840
Indiana $58,450
Kansas $55,560
Kentucky $56,510
Louisiana $51,140
Massachusetts $72,390
Maryland $61,760
Maine $56,380
Michigan $57,200
Minnesota $65,770
Missouri $57,640
Mississippi $56,130
Montana $60,920
North Carolina $58,090
North Dakota $54,710
Nebraska $56,560
New Hampshire $66,220
New Jersey $69,760
New Mexico $53,890
Nevada $72,800
New York $67,770
Ohio $59,400
Oklahoma $55,790
Oregon $70,260
Pennsylvania $57,530
Puerto Rico $30,450
Rhode Island $75,420
South Carolina $50,860
South Dakota $51,470
Tennessee $60,270
Texas $58,770
Utah $53,810
Virginia $58,560
Vermont $67,010
Washington $69,540
Wisconsin $57,070
West Virginia $55,830
Wyoming $62,300

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

Medical and clinical laboratory technologists earn about the same as related careers in Florida. On average, they make less than registered nurses but more than radiologic technologists.

Career Median Salary
Registered nurse salary $62K
Physical therapist assistant salary $62K
Diagnostic medical sonographer salary $62K
Orthotist and prosthetist salary $63K
Occupational therapist assistant salary $63K
Cytogenetic technologist salary $60K
Histotechnologist salary $60K
Medical and clinical laboratory technologist salary $60K
Respiratory therapist salary $56K
Radiologic technologist salary $53K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)