Soil and plant scientist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Soil and plant scientist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $63,640
Alabama $56,180
Arkansas $77,550
Arizona $70,940
California $75,000
Colorado $52,990
Connecticut $77,450
District of Columbia $81,650
Delaware $53,040
Florida $59,730
Georgia $59,550
Hawaii $66,060
Iowa $67,980
Idaho $67,040
Illinois $52,250
Indiana $53,820
Kansas $52,510
Kentucky $66,710
Louisiana $69,220
Massachusetts $87,260
Maryland $108,020
Maine $58,590
Michigan $50,380
Minnesota $66,030
Missouri $49,810
Mississippi $79,600
Montana $64,090
North Carolina $63,200
North Dakota $70,730
Nebraska $53,850
New Jersey $71,480
New Mexico $61,610
Nevada $73,450
New York $62,750
Ohio $55,300
Oklahoma $40,250
Oregon $70,430
Pennsylvania $66,440
Puerto Rico $34,320
Rhode Island $51,600
South Dakota $58,060
Tennessee $49,510
Texas $59,870
Utah $61,020
Virginia $61,220
Washington $68,050
Wisconsin $57,830
West Virginia $47,040
Wyoming $69,140

How do soil and plant scientist salaries compare to similar careers?

Soil and plant scientists earn about the same as related careers in Massachusetts. On average, they make less than biochemists but more than environmental consultants.

Career Median Salary
Biochemist salary $102K
Materials scientist salary $96K
Geospatial information scientist salary $89K
Food science technologist salary $84K
Geologist salary $81K
Soil and plant scientist salary $87K
Molecular biologist salary $75K
Bioinformatics scientist salary $75K
Occupational health specialist salary $82K
Environmental consultant salary $77K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)