Electro-Mechanical Technician Salary and Wage Information

Wage Rate Low (<10%) Median (50%) High (>90%)
Hourly Wage $16.10 $24.70 $38.50
Annual Wage $33,500 $51,300 $80,100
  • "Low (<10%)" indicates that 10% of workers earned less and 90% earned more.
  • "Median (50%)" indicates that 50% of workers earned less and 50% earned more.
  • "High (>90%)" indicates that 90% of workers earned less and 10% earned more.
  • "N/A" indicates that data in not available
*The annual salary and wage data presented above represents U.S, Based workers with full-time employment and year-round schedules.

Additional Information
Electro-Mechanical Technicians test, operate, and maintain electromechanical, automated, servo-mechanical, or unmanned equipment. This may include operating such devices as unmanned submarines, aircraft, or other equipment in various work settings, such as deep ocean exploration, oil rigs, or hazardous waste removal facilities. These technicians may also assist engineers in designing and testing robotics equipment.

In May 2012, the median annual salary for electro-mechanical technicians was right around $52,000. The lowest ten percent of technicians earned less than $33,400, while the top ten percent earned more than $76,500 a year.

For the top five industries employing electro-mechanical technicians, the median annual salaries were as follows:

Scientific research $60,800
Architectural and engineering $52,600
Manufacturing of navigational equipment, electromedical devices and control instruments $50,000
Semiconductors and electronics $46,800
Mining support services $42,500
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