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 6% less than similar careers in Florida. On average, they make less than phlebotomists but more than personal care aides.

Career Median Salary
Phlebotomist salary $32K
Pharmacy technician salary $30K
Psychiatric technician salary $29K
Veterinary assistant salary $26K
Orderly salary $25K
Psychiatric aide salary $25K
Home health aide salary $24K
Personal care aide salary $22K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)