Psychiatric technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Psychiatric technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $37,110
Alabama $23,104
Arkansas $27,380
Arizona $34,090
California $68,090
Colorado $37,360
Connecticut $56,170
District of Columbia $53,090
Delaware $30,880
Florida $28,590
Georgia $29,430
Hawaii $38,230
Iowa $30,330
Idaho $29,740
Illinois $42,294
Indiana $28,710
Kansas $27,516
Kentucky $27,930
Louisiana $26,470
Massachusetts $44,220
Maryland $34,800
Maine $26,630
Michigan $35,380
Minnesota $38,610
Missouri $27,630
Mississippi $28,180
Montana $27,580
North Carolina $33,330
North Dakota $30,140
Nebraska $29,830
New Jersey $45,520
New Mexico $26,100
Nevada $31,400
New York $43,590
Ohio $32,860
Oklahoma $24,750
Oregon $49,870
Pennsylvania $31,948
Puerto Rico $23,400
Rhode Island $37,620
South Carolina $32,540
Tennessee $25,400
Texas $31,800
Utah $26,930
Virginia $29,080
Vermont $39,460
Washington $40,760
Wisconsin $33,760
West Virginia $21,850

How do psychiatric technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Psychiatric technicians earn about the same as related careers in Connecticut. On average, they make less than licensed practical nurses but more than community health workers.

Career Median Salary
Licensed practical nurse salary $57K
Surgical technologist salary $56K
Neurodiagnostic technologist salary $49K
Surgical assistant salary $49K
Ophthalmic medical technologist salary $49K
Psychiatric technician salary $56K
Optician salary $54K
Medical records technician salary $48K
Hearing aid specialist salary $48K
Community health worker salary $44K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)