Average Environmental Services Worker Salary
$29,000 yearly
$14.38 hourly
Updated August 18, 2021
$22,000
10 %
$29,000
Median
$39,000
90 %
What Is The Average Environmental Services Worker Salary?
The average environmental services worker salary is $29,907 per year, or $14.38 per hour, in the United States. People on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $22,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $39,000. As most things go, location can be critical. New York, Massachusetts, Delaware, Alaska, and Rhode Island provide the highest environmental services worker salaries.
PercentileascdescAnnual SalaryascdescMonthly SalaryascdescHourly Rateascdesc
90th Percentile
$39,000
$3,250
$19
75th Percentile
$34,000
$2,833
$16
Average
$29,907
$2,492
$14
25th Percentile
$25,000
$2,083
$12
10th Percentile
$22,000
$1,833
$11

Average Environmental Services Worker Salary By State

The darker areas on the map show where environmental services workers earn the highest salaries across all 50 states.

Average Salary

Environmental Services Worker average salary by State

StateascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc
Alabama
$22,970
$11.04
Alaska
$37,974
$18.26
Arizona
$31,158
$14.98
Arkansas
$27,077
$13.02
California
$37,187
$17.88
Colorado
$30,505
$14.67
Connecticut
$35,041
$16.85
Delaware
$38,413
$18.47
District of Columbia
$36,306
$17.45
Florida
$23,080
$11.10
Georgia
$23,558
$11.33
Hawaii
$33,336
$16.03
Idaho
$25,318
$12.17
Illinois
$29,201
$14.04
Indiana
$28,006
$13.46
Iowa
$26,316
$12.65
Kansas
$26,472
$12.73
Kentucky
$27,109
$13.03
Louisiana
$22,826
$10.97
Maine
$30,959
$14.88
Maryland
$34,387
$16.53
Massachusetts
$42,621
$20.49
Michigan
$28,595
$13.75
Minnesota
$32,764
$15.75
Mississippi
$22,748
$10.94
Missouri
$26,070
$12.53
Montana
$22,833
$10.98
Nebraska
$28,000
$13.46
Nevada
$34,760
$16.71
New Hampshire
$32,013
$15.39
New Jersey
$32,023
$15.40
New Mexico
$25,179
$12.11
New York
$42,729
$20.54
North Carolina
$26,653
$12.81
North Dakota
$31,232
$15.02
Ohio
$29,168
$14.02
Oklahoma
$26,091
$12.54
Oregon
$32,709
$15.73
Pennsylvania
$34,116
$16.40
Rhode Island
$37,339
$17.95
South Carolina
$25,256
$12.14
South Dakota
$27,501
$13.22
Tennessee
$26,482
$12.73
Texas
$24,410
$11.74
Utah
$27,395
$13.17
Vermont
$29,716
$14.29
Virginia
$30,058
$14.45
Washington
$35,239
$16.94
West Virginia
$25,589
$12.30
Wisconsin
$30,606
$14.71
Wyoming
$28,031
$13.48

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Highest Paying Cities For Environmental Services Worker

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CityascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc
Buffalo, NY
$38,940
$18.72
Eau Claire, WI
$31,136
$14.97
Lincoln, NE
$27,962
$13.44
Indianapolis, IN
$27,805
$13.37
Gainesville, FL
$22,546
$10.84

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Average Environmental Services Worker Salary Over Time

Compare salaries for individual cities or states with the national average.

Location
    YearascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc% Changeascdesc
    2021
    $29,900
    $14.38
    +3.8%
    2020
    $28,800
    $13.83
    +4.5%
    2019
    $27,500
    $13.20
    +4.9%
    2018
    $26,100
    $12.55
    +3.0%
    2017
    $25,300
    $12.17
    +1.7%

    Average JOB Salary by Field

    Houseman

    Avg. salary: $20,966

    A houseman is responsible for the overall sanitation and maintenance of the assigned premises. Housemen duties include assisting in the housekeeping department to clean common areas, repairing and replacing malfunctioned units and furniture, responding on guest's requests and inquiries, flexibility to multi-task, and coordinating to other personnel for concerns and guests' assistance. Housemen must run errands accordingly while complying with the policy standards and security regulations. They should also report any incidents or escalated concerns to the management for immediate resolution.
    32,156 Houseman Jobs
    Maid

    Avg. salary: $19,739

    Maids are individuals who perform domestic chores like ironing, grocery shopping, cleaning, and laundry. Primarily, maids oversee the maintenance of wardrobes, serve meals, and lay out clothes. They can carry out their job independently and adhere to the strict schedules set for them. They maintain the cleaning records as well as the supply inventory in organizations or residences. Maids are expected to be equipped with physical capabilities, along with cleaning, time management, customer service, and organizational skills.
    18,777 Maid Jobs
    House Cleaner

    Avg. salary: $23,393

    A house cleaner is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and orderliness of a property. House cleaners utilize cleaning tools and equipment to perform housecleaning duties efficiently. They often do tasks depending on the schedule set by the homeowners. A house cleaner must have excellent time-management and multitasking skills, especially when doing thorough cleanings for large premises like commercial establishments. They must also inform the homeowners of any accidents and respond to questions and complaints professionally.
    40,873 House Cleaner Jobs
    Housekeeping Attendant

    Avg. salary: $26,874

    A housekeeping attendant provides comfort to guests in hotels, motels, inns, or resorts. They ensure that guest rooms are clean and that all guests' needs are met. Their key duties may vary from establishment to establishment, but they will generally receive work assignments from their supervisor. Aside from carrying out routine cleaning operations, they replenish room supplies and report maintenance issues.
    58,350 Housekeeping Attendant Jobs
    Attendant

    Avg. salary: $23,798

    An attendant is responsible for ensuring excellent customer service by assisting customers with their needs and inquiries, managing complaints, and providing timely actions. Attendants duties include maintaining the cleanliness and orderliness of operational areas, monitoring product inventories and requesting necessary stocks and equipment, performing administrative tasks as needed, escalating concerns to the management for immediate resolution, and conducting maintenance services. An attendant must have excellent customer service and time-management skills, as well as the ability to multi-task, especially on high-level operations.
    44,842 Attendant Jobs
    Housekeeping Cleaner

    Avg. salary: $19,975

    A housekeeping cleaner is an individual who provides general cleaning services. Your tasks may vary but typically include vacuuming, dusting, mopping floors, and cleaning bathrooms, bedrooms, and kitchens. Other tasks that you will perform include changing towels and sheets, emptying bins and taking waste to disposal areas, and replenishing supplies such as toilet paper and soap. In addition, you will be responsible for cleaning windows, woodwork, and walls and lifting and moving lightweight equipment and objects. You will also be tasked to clean and maintain hallways.
    38,549 Housekeeping Cleaner Jobs

    Environmental Services Worker Salaries By Years Of Experience

    The salary for an environmental services worker can vary depending on the years of experience that a person has, from entry level to senior level. Data on how experience level affects total compensation is provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) as part of their National Compensation Survey, which is based on factors such as knowledge, complexity, contacts, and environment.

    Which Companies Pay Environmental Services Workers The Most?

    To earn a high income as an environmental services worker, working for Northwell Health or US Ecology might be your best bet, as they are the highest paying companies in this field. In addition, companies like NSMC Healthcare and Gila Regional Medical Center report highly competitive wages for environmental services workers.
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    Recently Added Environmental Services Worker Salaries

    Location
    CompanyascdescJobascdescLocationascdescDate AddedascdescSalaryascdesc
    Health Advocates Network, Inc.
    Environmental Services Worker-EVE/Night Shift (47)
    Environmental Services Worker-EVE/Night Shift (47)
    Chicago, IL
    08/30/2021
    $59,480
    08/30/2021
    Mayo Clinic
    Environmental Services Worker II
    Environmental Services Worker II
    Menomonie, WI
    08/24/2021
    $33,329
    08/24/2021
    Worksquare
    Environmental Service Workers
    Environmental Service Workers
    Miami, FL
    08/19/2021
    $42,241
    08/19/2021
    The University of Vermont Medical Center Inc.
    Environmental Services Worker (Housekeeping) **5K **
    Environmental Services Worker (Housekeeping) **5K **
    Burlington, VT
    08/16/2021
    $24,000
    08/16/2021
    Kelly Services
    Environmental Service Worker
    Environmental Service Worker
    Gainesville, FL
    08/16/2021
    $41,740
    08/16/2021
    Mayo Clinic
    Environmental Services Worker II
    Environmental Services Worker II
    Eau Claire, WI
    08/04/2021
    $33,329
    08/04/2021
    University Hospital
    Environmental Service Worker
    Environmental Service Worker
    Newark, NJ
    07/30/2021
    $28,195
    07/30/2021
    University Hospital
    SR. Environmental Service Worker
    SR. Environmental Service Worker
    Newark, NJ
    07/11/2021
    $32,223
    07/11/2021
    Health & Hospital Corporation
    Environmental Service Worker II/Floor Tech (Days: 7A P)
    Environmental Service Worker II/Floor Tech (Days: 7A P)
    Indianapolis, IN
    07/10/2021
    $27,674
    07/10/2021
    Health & Hospital Corporation
    Environmental Service Worker II/Floor Tech (Days: 7A P)
    Environmental Service Worker II/Floor Tech (Days: 7A P)
    Indianapolis, IN
    07/10/2021
    $27,674
    07/10/2021

    Average Environmental Services Worker Salary by Demographic

    Environmental Services Worker Gender Pay Gap

    male-income
    Male Income
    $31,028
    female-income
    Female Income
    $29,828
    Median Environmental Services Worker Income by Race
    Asian environmental services workers have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. Unknown environmental services workers have the lowest average salary at $29,624.
    $33,000
    $32,000
    $31,000
    $30,000
    $29,000
    Unknown
    White
    Black or African American
    Asian
    Hispanic or Latino
    Ethnicityascdesc
    Salaryascdesc
    Unknown$29,624
    White$29,864
    Black or African American$29,830
    Asian$32,350
    Hispanic or Latino$30,474
    Average Environmental Services Worker Salary by Education Level
    Environmental services workers with a Associate degree earn more than those without, at $30,297 annually. With a Bachelors degree, environmental services workers earn a median annual income of $30,051 compared to $29,828 for environmental services workers with an High School Diploma degree.
    $31,000
    $30,000
    $29,000
    $28,000
    High School Diploma or Less
    No Education
    Bachelor's Degree
    Some College/ Associate Degree
    Educationascdesc
    Salaryascdesc
    High School Diploma or Less$29,828
    No Education$28,810
    Bachelor's Degree$30,051
    Some College/ Associate Degree$30,297