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 7% less than similar careers in West Virginia. On average, they make less than phlebotomists but more than personal care aides.

Career Median Salary
Phlebotomist salary $29K
Pharmacy technician salary $27K
Medical assistant salary $28K
Orderly salary $25K
Veterinary assistant salary $22K
Psychiatric technician salary $22K
Home health aide salary $21K
Psychiatric aide salary $21K
Personal care aide salary $20K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)