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 11% less than similar careers in Rhode Island. On average, they make less than industrial production managers but more than geologists.

Career Median Salary
Industrial production manager salary $117K
Biomass power plant manager salary $117K
Biofuels production manager salary $117K
Logistician salary $80K
Nanotechnology engineer salary $92K
Occupational health specialist salary $94K
Mathematician salary $80K
Molecular biologist salary $95K
Bioinformatics scientist salary $95K
Geologist salary $81K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)