Updated August 27, 2020

How Much Does EMS Pay?

EMS employees earn an average of $43,493 per year, which is $20.91 an hour.

There is a significant gap between the bottom 10 percent of earners and the top 10 percent of earners. The lowest-paid workers at EMS make less than $23,000 a year, while the highest-paid workers can earn over $82,000.

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EMS Salaries By Department

How much you earn at EMS depends on your role, and the organizational function that you work in.

Based on our analysis, the employees in plant/manufacturing earn salaries at EMS that are well above average, with yearly earnings averaging $72,321.

The second-highest paying department is sales, where employees earn an average salary of $66,443 per year.

The organizational functions at EMS that pay the least are warehouse and customer service. Workers in these departments earn $31,361 and $36,121, respectively.

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Supply Chain
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Customer Service

EMS Salaries By Location

It's no secret that workers earn different salaries in different parts of the country, since the cost of living can be much higher in certain areas.

Employees at EMS earn different salaries depending on their region.

Our data shows that EMS employees in Annapolis, MD get paid the most, where the average yearly pay is $45,747.

This can be compared to Palmdale, CA, where EMS employees earn an average salary of $45,121.

EMS Competitor Salaries

Some of the competitors of EMS are Minnesota, MSS, and IMC Companies.

The wages at Minnesota average higher than the other similar companies, where the median salary is $58,734 per year.

The employees at MSS earn an average yearly salary of $58,370 per year, and the salaries at IMC Companies average $57,945 per year.

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