Radio frequency specialist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Radio frequency specialist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Florida $99,990
Michigan $99,980
New Hampshire $99,340
New York $99,340
Pennsylvania $99,340
Ohio $99,040
Minnesota $97,980
Indiana $97,880
North Dakota $97,550
Tennessee $97,510
Oregon $96,690
North Carolina $96,660
West Virginia $96,420
Oklahoma $95,300
South Carolina $95,300
Maine $92,020
Kentucky $90,780
Guam $81,880
Wisconsin $81,070
Iowa $80,630
Louisiana $79,950
Mississippi $79,640
Nebraska $79,640
Arkansas $78,210
Montana $78,180
Wyoming $77,500
Puerto Rico $59,200
District of Columbia $135,030
Rhode Island $130,280
Maryland $128,860
California $127,890
Massachusetts $127,370
New Jersey $127,110
Arizona $122,920
Virginia $121,810
Washington $120,700
New Mexico $120,390
Texas $117,540
Delaware $112,500
Alabama $112,010
Colorado $109,240
Hawaii $105,210
Illinois $102,560
Connecticut $102,390
South Dakota $101,940
Missouri $101,780
Nevada $101,410
Kansas $101,130
Utah $101,110
Georgia $100,720
Alaska $100,290
Vermont $100,290
Idaho $100,200

How do radio frequency specialist salaries compare to similar careers?

Radio frequency specialists earn 25% more than similar careers in Nebraska. On average, they make more than remote sensing technicians.

Career Median Salary
Radio frequency specialist salary $80K
Intelligence analyst salary $74K
Remote sensing technician salary $47K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)