Electro-Mechanical Technician Salary

electro-mechanical-technician-salary-chart.jpgElectro-mechanical technicians usually deal with developing and testing all types of the electro-mechanical and electrical equipment for industrial, commercial, scientific and military purposes.

Salary

The general salary of an electro-mechanical technician usually depends on the level of training as well as experience, the cost of living of the place in which he or she lives and lastly the industry he or she works in. The following are the national estimates for their occupation. The mean hourly wage of the technician is approximately $25.71. The statistics show that their average annual wage is around $53,480.

Employment Statistics

Statistics further show that the technician who earns below the 10th percentile usually earns an hourly wage of $16.04, or around $33,360 annually. The technicians above the 90th percentile earn approximately $36.82 per hour, or $76,590 anually.

Job Outlook

The employment of these technicians is projected to rise to 4% from 2012 to 2022, much slower than average. These technicians are the generalists in terms of technology and their broad skills help them sustain a high demand of their services.

Electro-Mechanical Technician Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $32,090 $50,230 $71,520 $50,300
Arizona $31,200 $46,570 $69,840 $49,560
California $32,890 $51,310 $82,580 $54,270
Colorado $32,730 $56,480 $83,260 $57,330
Connecticut $32,210 $49,620 $65,700 $49,180
Florida $25,570 $34,320 $54,160 $36,950
Georgia $37,970 $60,940 $81,120 $59,480
Idaho $42,130 $64,080 $77,370 $61,880
Illinois $42,560 $65,930 $88,010 $64,540
Indiana $39,910 $55,130 $76,260 $56,320
Iowa $35,950 $52,500 $63,440 $51,410
Kentucky $30,280 $46,800 $70,910 $48,560
Louisiana $32,740 $43,440 $59,350 $44,890
Maryland $39,850 $57,490 $84,340 $59,110
Massachusetts $39,630 $55,000 $74,510 $56,130
Michigan $34,720 $55,730 $80,340 $56,420
Minnesota $39,810 $58,890 $91,670 $62,120
Missouri $26,140 $30,880 $67,130 $39,920
Nebraska $36,720 $50,010 $65,930 $49,970
Nevada $39,750 $53,430 $82,260 $56,430
New Hampshire $43,170 $64,620 $75,090 $61,410
New Jersey $32,910 $51,310 $70,570 $51,050
New Mexico $47,210 $63,870 $82,410 $64,000
New York $31,740 $39,090 $61,750 $43,940
North Carolina $36,460 $45,210 $68,660 $48,580
Ohio $34,750 $48,170 $72,780 $51,560
Oklahoma $26,350 $36,860 $60,720 $41,260
Oregon $33,000 $46,280 $65,240 $47,850
Pennsylvania $29,630 $45,740 $61,730 $47,030
South Carolina $34,400 $54,970 $75,030 $54,420
Tennessee $36,210 $62,150 $72,810 $57,820
Texas $33,660 $47,180 $72,590 $50,330
Utah $38,900 $55,680 $84,080 $57,820
Vermont $52,350 $72,240 $102,460 $73,930
Virginia $38,520 $52,190 $81,450 $55,300
West Virginia $32,430 $51,680 $75,930 $51,990
Wisconsin $35,930 $50,770 $69,170 $51,270