Occupational health specialist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Occupational health specialist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $84,700
Alabama $70,670
Arkansas $64,090
Arizona $69,380
California $87,240
Colorado $79,630
Connecticut $83,030
District of Columbia $89,460
Delaware $70,530
Florida $65,960
Georgia $70,850
Guam $54,740
Hawaii $73,900
Iowa $70,252
Idaho $72,440
Illinois $74,759
Indiana $62,790
Kansas $64,840
Kentucky $63,690
Louisiana $71,760
Massachusetts $82,440
Maryland $78,220
Maine $69,900
Michigan $69,740
Minnesota $76,510
Missouri $67,930
Mississippi $68,820
Montana $66,380
North Carolina $68,790
North Dakota $82,720
Nebraska $65,210
New Hampshire $73,080
New Jersey $80,730
New Mexico $72,020
Nevada $73,850
New York $73,380
Ohio $72,930
Oklahoma $65,120
Oregon $74,030
Pennsylvania $70,330
Puerto Rico $35,210
Rhode Island $94,240
South Carolina $51,930
South Dakota $67,330
Tennessee $73,910
Texas $72,310
Utah $75,000
Virginia $68,840
Vermont $66,440
Washington $75,690
Wisconsin $64,680
West Virginia $76,450
Wyoming $76,070

How do occupational health specialist salaries compare to similar careers?

Occupational health specialists earn about the same as related careers in Arizona. On average, they make less than climate change analysts but more than chemists.

Career Median Salary
Climate change analyst salary $64K
Environmental consultant salary $64K
Geographer salary $69K
Soil and water conservationist salary $71K
Conservation scientist salary $71K
Occupational health specialist salary $69K
Industrial ecologist salary $64K
Environmental restoration planner salary $64K
Hydrologist salary $65K
Chemist salary $63K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)