Process Technicians in the US make on average $35,393 annually or $17.02 hourly.Those in the bottom 10 percent make under $23,000 a year, and the top 10 percent make over $54,000.Pharmaceutical companies and Health Care companies are the best when it comes to the number of employment opportunities.States with the highest Process Technician salaries include California, Washington, Maryland, Alaska, and Texas.Most Process Technicians spend 4.0 years in the position.
The national average salary for a Process Technician in the United States is $35,393 per year or $17.02 per hour.Santa Clara, CA reports the highest Process Technician salaries at $52,389 per year.Not only that, Santa Clara, CA also has an average entry-level salary of $32,000.The top 5 states with the highest reported Process Technician salaries are California, Washington, Maryland, Alaska, and Texas.The lowest earning states are Wisconsin, Alabama, Wyoming, North Carolina, and Florida.
The darker areas on the map show where Process Technicians earn the highest salaries across all 50 states.
Average Process Technician Salary By Company
Process Technicians can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others.Most Process Technician jobs are in Pharmaceutical companies and Pharmaceutical companies.Apple and Occidental Petroleum are the best paying companies for Process Technicians.Companies like Western Digital and Total also report very competitive wages for Process Technicians.
Process Technician salaries can vary depending on the industry.Our data shows that Construction companies, Technology companies, and Automotive companies tend to have the highest salaries for Process Technicians.Construction companies pay their Process Technicians the highest wages, averaging $47,852 per year. Technology companies and Automotive companies pay well too, at $44,758 and $40,108, respectively.The types of companies that pay Process Technicians the least are in the Manufacturing industry, where the average annual salary is $31,619.
Process Technician Salary History
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