Lab tech salaries by state — Alaska is No. 1 at $69,390

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The average annual salary for clinical lab technicians in the U.S. is $55,990, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' occupational employment statistics survey released March 31.

Clinical lab technicians have the highest average annual salary in Alaska and the lowest in  Arkansas.

Here is the average annual salary for clinical lab technicians by state, in descending order.

  1. Alaska: $69,390
  2. Connecticut: $69,340
  3. New York: $68,630
  4. Rhode Island: $68,570
  5. Oregon: $67,930
  6. California: $66,900
  7. District of Columbia: $66,350
  8. New Jersey: $65,260
  9. New Hampshire: $63,850
  10. Washington: $62,930
  11. Nevada: $61,860
  12. Hawaii: $61,840
  13. Minnesota: $59,840
  14. Massachusetts: $59,810
  15. Colorado: $59,170
  16. Delaware: $58,600
  17. Vermont: $57,870
  18. Maryland: $57,470
  19. Montana: $57,080
  20. Wisconsin: $56,020
  21. Maine: $55,940
  22. Wyoming: $55,450
  23. Virginia: $55,160
  24. Kentucky: $55,120
  25. Tennessee: $54,660
  26. Pennsylvania: $54,560
  27. Nebraska: $54,300
  28. Ohio: $53,730
  29. North Dakota: $53,190
  30. Florida: $52,970
  31. Michigan: $52,720
  32. Illinois: $52,720
  33. Texas: $52,500
  34. North Carolina: $52,420
  35. Arizona: $51,040
  36. New Mexico: $50,740
  37. South Carolina: $50,660
  38. West Virginia: $50,570
  39. Louisiana: $50,530
  40. Georgia: $50,440
  41. Idaho: $50,040
  42. Missouri: $49,890
  43. Kansas: $49,810
  44. Iowa: $49,720
  45. South Dakota: $49,580
  46. Utah: $49,000
  47. Oklahoma: $48,670
  48. Indiana: $48,410
  49. Alabama: $46,120
  50. Mississippi: $45,970
  51. Arkansas: $45,320

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