Dietetic Technician Salary

dietetic-technician-salary-chart.jpgDietetic technician assists in the provision of food. They work under the supervision of dieticians. They plan meals for others and devise meals according to nutritional guidelines.

He or she also has to teach courses regarding food products that are supposed to be consumed and that which are not supposed to be consumed. The job requires someone to be an expert in terms of food technology and nutrition.

Salary Facts

About 24,660 were employed in this profession. Their average annual salary is $28,680. The bottom 10% earned about $18,070 per year. The top 10% earned about $43,460 a year.

The top three states that pay the most for this particular industry are Missouri ($42,310 average), New York ($37,880), and District of Columbia ($37,180).

The top paying industries include outpatient care centers ($34,880 average), state government ($33,870), and the local government ($33,190).

Dietetic Technician Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $17,400 $30,650 $45,460 $30,310
Alaska $26,720 $35,620 $48,290 $36,630
Arizona $17,430 $26,170 $36,870 $26,430
Arkansas $17,180 $22,440 $29,950 $22,930
California $20,700 $30,840 $52,010 $33,990
Colorado $16,950 $21,790 $35,440 $24,070
Connecticut $18,850 $24,330 $43,980 $28,270
Delaware $20,550 $27,910 $37,800 $28,410
Florida $18,240 $27,030 $43,040 $28,950
Georgia $16,590 $22,180 $33,750 $23,330
Hawaii $24,830 $29,800 $43,590 $31,600
Idaho $19,350 $23,590 $35,570 $25,360
Illinois $18,330 $23,270 $36,520 $25,480
Indiana $17,540 $25,000 $38,370 $27,260
Iowa $16,730 $22,460 $37,400 $24,350
Kansas $16,520 $23,390 $34,830 $24,300
Kentucky $20,370 $24,160 $31,450 $26,820
Louisiana $19,350 $23,850 $33,800 $26,260
Maine $20,850 $31,450 $38,400 $30,470
Maryland $25,340 $33,160 $45,090 $33,960
Massachusetts $18,200 $25,490 $41,380 $27,680
Michigan $20,550 $26,660 $35,590 $27,540
Minnesota $22,360 $35,080 $45,560 $34,790
Mississippi $16,110 $19,040 $27,730 $20,280
Missouri $17,010 $24,180 $106,330 $42,310
Nebraska $21,240 $29,160 $46,480 $31,540
Nevada $17,340 $27,170 $44,890 $29,380
New Hampshire $16,640 $29,430 $41,910 $28,400
New Jersey $22,670 $32,550 $44,890 $32,920
New Mexico $21,370 $27,970 $45,600 $30,290
New York $26,740 $37,990 $47,810 $37,880
North Carolina $17,040 $24,520 $37,640 $26,240
North Dakota $18,510 $25,410 $37,260 $26,700
Ohio $24,330 $37,080 $47,520 $36,670
Oklahoma $16,320 $21,450 $33,790 $23,270
Oregon $20,400 $33,690 $46,920 $33,320
Pennsylvania $16,910 $24,130 $40,070 $26,380
Rhode Island $25,570 $35,800 $47,940 $36,180
South Carolina $16,610 $21,050 $31,520 $22,930
Tennessee $16,650 $22,490 $35,240 $24,050
Texas $18,520 $25,440 $45,620 $29,060
Vermont $21,760 $30,820 $46,630 $32,650
Virginia $17,210 $23,900 $34,650 $24,800
Washington $23,880 $35,060 $52,470 $36,230
West Virginia $16,490 $19,940 $28,400 $21,000
Wisconsin $16,600 $27,140 $39,770 $27,280