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Environmental Restoration Planners


Salaries specific to environmental restoration planners are not included in the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports. The BLS does show, however, that in May 2016, environmental scientists and specialists (a category that includes environmental restoration planners) had median annual incomes of $68,910, with the lowest paid 10 percent earning less than $41,220 and the top paid 10 percent earning $120,320 or more. Those working for federal government agencies averaged higher annual salaries ($100,760) than those who worked for state ($64,230) and local governments ($71,030). The states and territories where environmental scientists and specialists earned the highest incomes were the District of Columbia, Texas, Colorado, Alaska, and New Mexico.

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