Pharmacy Technician Salaries by State

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The mean annual salary for pharmacy technicians nationwide in in recent BLS reports was $28,400. Here are the highest paying states for pharmacy technician salaries that same year:

State

Salary

Alaska
$39,210
Washington
$37,290
California
$37,280
Hawaii
$34,920
District of Columbia
$34,850

 

The table below shows the average annual salary for each state in the continental U.S.

 

State Salary State Salary
Alabama $24,570 Montana $29,850
Alaska $37,090 Nebraska $26,500
Arizona $30,100 Nevada $33,960
Arkansas $24,050 New Hampshire $28,630
California $36,770 New Jersey $29,480
Colorado $31,000 New Mexico $29,320
Connecticut $31,430 New York $30,330
Delaware $28,580 North Carolina $26,060
District of Columbia $33,020 North Dakota $30,410
Florida $27,660 Ohio $26,050
Georgia $27,410 Oklahoma $24,170
Hawaii $35,130 Oregon $33,560
Idaho $29,700 Pennsylvania $27,140
Illinois $28,560 Rhode Island $30,230
Indiana $27,250 South Carolina $25,390
Iowa $27,220 South Dakota $28,040
Kansas $25,820 Tennessee $27,540
Kentucky $24,480 Texas $29,100
Louisiana $27,180 Utah $31,100
Maine $27,850 Vermont $28,470
Maryland $30,620 Virginia $27,390
Massachusetts $31,350 Washington $36,670
Michigan $27,910 West Virginia $23,760
Minnesota $30,980 Wisconsin $28,140
Mississippi $24,370 Wyoming $30,400
Missouri $25,190

 

More information on pharmacy technician salaries is available, along with employment figures, at Pharmacy Technician Employment.

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Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.