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What is the salary of a Soil and Plant Scientist?

The average salary of a Soil and Plant Scientist in United States is $62,830. Salaries start from around $34,120 and go up to $95,970. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

$0 $95,970
Starting ($34.1k)
Junior ($44.4k)
Experienced ($59.0k)
Senior ($75.6k)
Highest ($96.0k)
Highest

The top 10% of Soil and Plant Scientists in United States earn:

$95,970
Senior

The top 25% of Soil and Plant Scientists in United States earn:

$75,620
Experienced

The middle 50% of Soil and Plant Scientists in United States earn:

$58,990
Junior

The bottom 25% of Soil and Plant Scientists in United States earn:

$44,420
Starting

The bottom 10% of Soil and Plant Scientists in United States earn:

$34,120

Historical salary

Soil and Plant Scientist salary by state

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State Salary Rank
New Hampshire 90,490 1
Louisiana 86,360 2
Maryland 77,750 3
Hawaii 74,710 4
Mississippi 74,540 5
New Jersey 73,610 6
New York 73,280 7
Washington 72,900 8
Alaska 71,870 9
Massachusetts 71,300 10
Iowa 70,190 11
Connecticut 69,690 12
Arkansas 68,840 13
California 68,680 14
New Mexico 66,970 15
Illinois 66,580 16
Nevada 66,230 17
Georgia 66,170 18
Idaho 64,840 19
Minnesota 63,540 20
Montana 63,110 21
Virginia 62,870 22
United States 62,830 23
Pennsylvania 60,830 24
Wisconsin 60,800 25
Nebraska 60,670 26
Alabama 60,470 27
Ohio 59,740 28
North Carolina 59,300 29
Tennessee 59,260 30
Delaware 58,860 31
Kansas 58,100 32
Indiana 57,830 33
Texas 57,830 34
Utah 56,870 35
South Dakota 56,640 36
Florida 56,370 37
North Dakota 56,120 38
Michigan 56,120 39
Oregon 55,240 40
West Virginia 54,230 41
Arizona 52,860 42
Kentucky 52,710 43
Missouri 52,390 44
Colorado 41,400 45

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