Forest and Conservation Worker Salary in United States

What is the salary of a Forest and Conservation Worker?

The average salary of a Forest and Conservation Worker in United States is $28,860. Salaries start from around $16,740 and go up to $45,360. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

$0 $45,360
Starting ($16.7k)
Junior ($19.0k)
Experienced ($25.8k)
Senior ($35.4k)
Highest ($45.4k)
Highest

The top 10% of Forest and Conservation Workers in United States earn:

$45,360
Senior

The top 25% of Forest and Conservation Workers in United States earn:

$35,420
Experienced

The middle 50% of Forest and Conservation Workers in United States earn:

$25,770
Junior

The bottom 25% of Forest and Conservation Workers in United States earn:

$19,000
Starting

The bottom 10% of Forest and Conservation Workers in United States earn:

$16,740

Historical salary

Forest and Conservation Worker salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Pennsylvania 43,170 1
Wisconsin 41,990 2
Missouri 40,180 3
Massachusetts 39,890 4
New York 38,020 5
New Jersey 36,590 6
Ohio 34,390 7
West Virginia 34,030 8
Iowa 32,870 9
Mississippi 32,450 10
Louisiana 32,320 11
Texas 32,220 12
Oregon 31,620 13
New Mexico 31,420 14
Nebraska 31,330 15
Illinois 30,980 16
Michigan 30,960 17
Virginia 30,150 18
North Carolina 29,530 19
South Carolina 29,220 20
United States 28,860 21
Georgia 28,180 22
Alabama 27,980 23
Wyoming 27,290 24
Kansas 27,260 25
Nevada 27,180 26
South Dakota 26,810 27
Washington 26,160 28
Kentucky 26,060 29
North Dakota 25,140 30
Tennessee 24,810 31
Arkansas 24,710 32
Montana 23,900 33
California 20,800 34

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