What is the salary of a Remote Sensing Technician?

The average salary of a Remote Sensing Technician in United States is $47,150. Salaries start from around $25,440 and go up to $73,370. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

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$73,370
Starting ($25.4k)
Junior ($33.1k)
Experienced ($44.2k)
Senior ($58.1k)
Highest ($73.4k)
Highest

The top 10% of Remote Sensing Technicians in United States earn:

$73,370
Senior

The top 25% of Remote Sensing Technicians in United States earn:

$58,080
Experienced

The middle 50% of Remote Sensing Technicians in United States earn:

$44,200
Junior

The bottom 25% of Remote Sensing Technicians in United States earn:

$33,130
Starting

The bottom 10% of Remote Sensing Technicians in United States earn:

$25,440

Historical salary

Remote Sensing Technician salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Alabama 38,100 48
Alaska 59,700 4
Arizona 47,100 24
Arkansas 46,000 29
California 50,300 12
Colorado 45,700 30
Connecticut 55,400 5
Delaware 50,200 13
District of Columbia 69,300 2
Florida 38,000 49
Georgia 49,300 18
Hawaii 53,800 8
Idaho 44,200 35
Illinois 45,500 31
Indiana 37,000 51
Iowa 41,400 46
Kansas 45,400 32
Kentucky 37,400 50
Louisiana 47,000 25
Maine 49,800 15
Maryland 60,200 3
Massachusetts 52,700 11
Michigan 38,500 47
Minnesota 47,700 21
Mississippi 49,700 17
Missouri 46,000 28
Montana 43,900 38
Nebraska 54,000 6
Nevada 43,600 40
New Hampshire 43,200 42
New Jersey 53,200 9
New Mexico 70,000 1
New York 43,700 39
North Carolina 41,500 45
North Dakota 42,600 43
Ohio 47,900 20
Oklahoma 44,000 36
Oregon 50,000 14
Pennsylvania 49,800 15
Rhode Island 47,600 22
South Carolina 47,600 23
South Dakota 43,400 41
Tennessee 44,900 33
Texas 46,600 26
Utah 54,000 6
Vermont 41,500 44
Virginia 46,500 27
Washington 53,200 10
West Virginia 44,400 34
Wisconsin 43,900 37
Wyoming 49,200 19
Puerto Rico 30,100 52

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