Remote sensing technician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Remote sensing technician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $63,260
Washington $62,160
Maryland $61,400
Rhode Island $61,400
Indiana $61,190
Arizona $60,600
Massachusetts $60,020
Alaska $59,770
New York $59,770
Oklahoma $59,390
North Carolina $59,380
California $56,210
Delaware $56,080
Colorado $54,480
Maine $53,850
Illinois $53,660
Virginia $52,440
North Dakota $52,000
Connecticut $50,330
Hawaii $49,980
New Hampshire $49,910
Kentucky $49,610
Wyoming $49,480
Ohio $49,210
Georgia $48,700
Arkansas $48,270
Oregon $48,130
Kansas $48,050
West Virginia $47,860
South Carolina $47,850
Alabama $47,790
Louisiana $47,750
Minnesota $46,950
Florida $46,840
New Jersey $46,830
Nebraska $46,640
Nevada $46,430
Mississippi $46,420
Pennsylvania $45,570
Vermont $45,030
New Mexico $43,950
South Dakota $43,680
Tennessee $41,910
Montana $39,830
Michigan $39,590
Wisconsin $39,510
Missouri $38,750
Texas $38,750
Idaho $37,860
Iowa $37,820
Utah $37,700
Puerto Rico $29,600

How do remote sensing technician salaries compare to similar careers?

Remote sensing technicians earn 31% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than radio frequency specialists.

Career Median Salary
Radio frequency specialist salary $105K
Intelligence analyst salary $84K
Sailor salary $47K
Remote sensing technician salary $49K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)