Pharmacy technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Pharmacy technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $35,190
Alabama $27,487
Arkansas $25,385
Arizona $29,056
California $40,120
Colorado $36,090
Connecticut $33,590
District of Columbia $39,930
Delaware $31,730
Florida $29,548
Georgia $30,240
Guam $25,650
Hawaii $36,656
Iowa $27,354
Idaho $32,162
Illinois $26,773
Indiana $25,866
Kansas $28,339
Kentucky $24,784
Louisiana $31,470
Massachusetts $35,490
Maryland $31,930
Maine $30,220
Michigan $32,660
Minnesota $36,800
Missouri $30,100
Mississippi $30,100
Montana $34,630
North Carolina $30,819
North Dakota $39,520
Nebraska $32,550
New Hampshire $31,610
New Jersey $30,270
New Mexico $33,760
Nevada $36,470
New York $34,394
Ohio $29,310
Oklahoma $29,530
Oregon $41,160
Pennsylvania $25,089
Puerto Rico $19,310
Rhode Island $36,660
South Carolina $30,410
South Dakota $31,740
Tennessee $30,510
Texas $34,055
Utah $36,730
Virginia $30,940
Virgin Islands $30,670
Vermont $32,200
Washington $42,390
Wisconsin $32,650
West Virginia $27,320
Wyoming $37,360

How do pharmacy technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Pharmacy technicians earn 6% less than similar careers in Hawaii. On average, they make less than licensed practical nurses but more than veterinary technologists.

Career Median Salary
Licensed practical nurse salary $49K
Community health worker salary $43K
Optician salary $45K
Ophthalmic medical technician salary $38K
Psychiatric technician salary $38K
Pharmacy technician salary $37K
Medical administrative assistant salary $37K
Endoscopy technician salary $35K
Dental assistant salary $34K
Veterinary technologist salary $34K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)