Top Pharmacy Technician Salaries by State – Highest Paid Pharmacist Technicians by Location

A determinant factors of pharmacy technician salary

  1. work settings (retail, hospital, clinic, mail order),
  2. number of years of experience,
  3. certification

Pharmacy Technician Average Salary 2006

State
Hourly / Yearly
Alabama
10.49 / 21,800
Alaska
16.23 / 33,800
Arizona
13.00 / 27,000
Arkansas
10.40 / 21,600
California
16.34 / 34,000
Colorado
14.32 / 29,800
Connecticut
13.41 / 27,900
Delaware
9.32 / 19,400
District of Columbia
14.82 / 30,800
Florida
11.55 / 24,000
Georgia
11.37 / 23,600
Hawaii
14.46 / 30,100
Idaho
12.53 / 26,100
Illinois
12.07 / 25,100
Indiana
11.63 / 24,200
Iowa
11.09 / 23,100
Kansas
11.70 / 24,300
Kentucky
10.67 / 22,200
Louisiana
11.08 / 23,000
Maine
11.96 / 24,900
Maryland
12.99 / 27,000
Massachusetts
12.80 / 26,600
Michigan
12.49 / 26,000
Minnesota
13.53 / 28,100
Mississippi
10.46 / 21,800
Missouri
10.66 / 22,200
Montana
12.48 / 26,000
Nebraska
11.69 / 24,300
Nevada
14.43 / 30,000
New Hampshire
11.05 / 23,000
New Jersey
11.95 / 24,900
New Mexico
12.78 / 26,600
New York
12.83 / 26,700
North Carolina
11.03 / 22,900
North Dakota
12.66 / 26,300
Ohio
11.28 / 23,500
Oklahoma
10.59 / 22,000
Oregon
14.79 / 30,800
Pennsylvania
10.81 / 22,500
Rhode Island
12.93 / 26,900
South Carolina
11.25 / 23,400
South Dakota
11.54 / 24,000
Tennessee
12.14 / 25,300
Texas
12.82 / 26,700
Utah
13.63 / 28,400
Vermont
11.82 / 24,600
Virginia
11.69 / 24,300
Washington
15.93 / 33,100
West Virginia
10.21 / 21,200
Wisconsin
12.03 / 25,000
Wyoming
13.16 / 27,400

Pharmacy Tech AverageSalary 2007

The percentage increase reflects from previous year 2006

State
Hourly / Yearly – % Increase
Alabama
11.24 / 23380 – 7.25 %
Alaska
16.33 / 33970 – 0.50 %
Arizona
13.83 / 28770 – 6.56 %
Arkansas
11.43 / 23770 – 10.05 %
California
17.04 / 35450 – 4.26 %
Colorado
14.70 / 30580 – 2.62 %
Connecticut
14.84 / 30860 – 10.61 %
Delaware
11.94 / 24830 – 27.99 %
District of Columbia
15.88 / 33030 – 7.24 %
Florida
12.95 / 26940 – 12.25 %
Georgia
12.27 / 25530 – 8.18 %
Hawaii
15.94 / 33150 – 10.13 %
Idaho
13.07 / 27180 – 4.14 %
Illinois
12.76 / 26530 – 5.70 %
Indiana
12.49 / 25990 – 7.40 %
Iowa
12.06 / 25080 – 8.57 %
Kansas
12.40 / 25790 – 6.13 %
Kentucky
11.39 / 23700 – 6.76 %
Louisiana
11.94 / 24830 – 7.96 %
Maine
12.51 / 26010 – 4.46 %
Maryland
13.84 / 28790 – 6.63 %
Massachusetts
14.17 / 29480 – 10.83 %
Michigan
13.25 / 27550 – 5.96 %
Minnesota
14.12 / 29360 – 4.48 %
Mississippi
11.57 / 24080 – 10.46 %
Missouri
11.45 / 23810 – 7.25 %
Montana
13.60 / 28290 – 8.81 %
Nebraska
12.44 / 25880 – 6.50 %
Nevada
15.09 / 31390 – 4.63 %
New Hampshire
12.76 / 26530 – 15.35 %
New Jersey
13.41 / 27890 – 12.01 %
New Mexico
13.21 / 27480 – 3.31 %
New York
13.83 / 28760 – 7.72 %
North Carolina
11.87 / 24700 – 7.86 %
North Dakota
13.69 / 28470 – 8.25 %
Ohio
12.01 / 24980 – 6.30 %
Oklahoma
11.52 / 23970 – 8.95 %
Oregon
15.28 / 31770 – 3.15 %
Pennsylvania
12.11 / 25180 – 11.91 %
Rhode Island
14.48 / 30120 – 11.97 %
South Carolina
11.77 / 24480 – 4.62 %
South Dakota
12.65 / 26320 – 9.67 %
Tennessee
12.80 / 26620 – 5.22 %
Texas
13.34 / 27750 – 3.93 %
Utah
14.16 / 29460 – 3.73 %
Vermont
12.86 / 26740 – 8.70 %
Virginia
12.62 / 26240 – 7.98 %
Washington
16.68 / 34700 – 4.83 %
West Virginia
10.92 / 22720 – 7.17 %
Wisconsin
13.01 / 27070 – 8.28 %
Wyoming
13.94 / 29000 – 5.84 %

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