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 7% less than similar careers in New Mexico. On average, they make less than diagnostic medical sonographers but more than cardiovascular technologists and technicians.

Career Median Salary
Diagnostic medical sonographer salary $67K
Nurse educator salary $68K
Occupational therapist assistant salary $62K
Radiologic technologist salary $58K
Respiratory therapist salary $54K
Histotechnologist salary $54K
Cytogenetic technologist salary $54K
Medical and clinical laboratory technologist salary $54K
Healthcare social worker salary $52K
Cardiovascular technologist and technician salary $47K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)