Nail technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Nail technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Idaho $32,870
Minnesota $29,650
New Hampshire $36,130
Connecticut $33,757
Iowa $29,520
South Carolina $28,660
District of Columbia $27,760
Arizona $31,809
Washington $29,760
Georgia $27,090
Colorado $24,830
Pennsylvania $29,246
North Dakota $29,260
Montana $31,150
Wisconsin $30,580
Indiana $28,089
Hawaii $23,260
Massachusetts $25,320
Utah $27,570
Oregon $25,980
Michigan $24,390
Florida $24,220
Kentucky $24,300
Kansas $25,190
Ohio $24,530
California $24,980
Rhode Island $23,380
Missouri $23,340
New York $23,630
Delaware $23,330
Alaska $21,730
Maryland $22,280
Alabama $23,901
New Jersey $23,250
Nebraska $23,350
Oklahoma $23,610
Tennessee $20,390
Illinois $23,740
Texas $22,980
Mississippi $23,050
Virginia $22,770
North Carolina $20,880
Nevada $22,900
Maine $20,940
Puerto Rico $19,200
West Virginia $20,140
Wyoming $21,530
Louisiana $20,290
Arkansas $21,160

How do nail technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Nail technicians earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than hairdressers but more than food servers.

Career Median Salary
Hairdresser salary $26K
Tour guide salary $24K
Janitor salary $25K
Sewing machine operator salary $25K
Library assistant salary $24K
Nail technician salary $24K
Stock clerk salary $24K
Model salary $24K
Receptionist salary $23K
Food server salary $24K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)