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.

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$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
Alabama 28,000 22
Arkansas 24,700 31
California 20,800 33
Georgia 28,200 21
Illinois 31,000 16
Iowa 32,900 9
Kansas 27,300 24
Kentucky 26,100 28
Louisiana 32,300 11
Massachusetts 39,900 4
Michigan 31,000 17
Mississippi 32,500 10
Missouri 40,200 3
Montana 23,900 32
Nebraska 31,300 15
Nevada 27,200 25
New Jersey 36,600 6
New Mexico 31,400 14
New York 38,000 5
North Carolina 29,500 19
North Dakota 25,100 29
Ohio 34,400 7
Oregon 31,600 13
Pennsylvania 43,200 1
South Carolina 29,200 20
South Dakota 26,800 26
Tennessee 24,800 30
Texas 32,200 12
Virginia 30,200 18
Washington 26,200 27
West Virginia 34,000 8
Wisconsin 42,000 2
Wyoming 27,300 23

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