Psychiatric aide earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Psychiatric aide salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $41,120
Alabama $26,810
Arkansas $24,150
California $30,190
Colorado $31,740
Connecticut $33,930
District of Columbia $24,960
Florida $24,730
Georgia $21,300
Hawaii $33,740
Iowa $33,270
Idaho $34,860
Illinois $27,218
Indiana $27,078
Kansas $25,947
Kentucky $30,480
Louisiana $21,850
Massachusetts $31,400
Maryland $30,520
Maine $29,330
Michigan $32,610
Minnesota $45,930
Missouri $27,260
Mississippi $19,490
Montana $28,740
North Carolina $27,810
North Dakota $29,200
Nebraska $36,480
New Hampshire $37,790
New Jersey $36,810
New Mexico $33,610
Nevada $36,640
New York $44,720
Ohio $35,120
Oklahoma $20,190
Oregon $38,920
Pennsylvania $35,450
Puerto Rico $19,040
Rhode Island $38,150
South Carolina $22,410
South Dakota $27,120
Tennessee $20,750
Texas $27,640
Utah $28,570
Virginia $26,430
Vermont $35,440
Washington $31,930
Wisconsin $31,030
West Virginia $20,630
Wyoming $24,750

How do psychiatric aide salaries compare to similar careers?

Psychiatric aides earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than medical and clinical laboratory technicians but more than veterinary assistants.

Career Median Salary
Medical and clinical laboratory technician salary $31K
Phlebotomist salary $32K
Psychiatric technician salary $31K
Medical secretary salary $30K
Pharmacy technician salary $29K
Psychiatric aide salary $29K
Medical assistant salary $29K
Orderly salary $26K
Personal care aide salary $26K
Veterinary assistant salary $22K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)