Wisconsin Medical Lab Technician Salaries

Medical Laboratory Tech Salaries in Wisconsin

Job outlooks for all health-related professionals in Wisconsin are outstanding as compared to the national average according to careerinfonet.org.  With the most recent data obtained, medical technicians in Wisconsin, on average, earn significantly more than the national average.  The average Wisconsin medical laboratory technician salary is $39,100.00 versus the national average of $35,400.00. 

When you take into account that Wisconsin also has one of the lowest cost-of-living indices in the nation with above-average pay, then it is clear to see that Wisconsin can offer one of the best standards of living around the country.

  • Wisconsin:  $36,000.00
  • Beloit:  $39,000.00
  • Eau Claire:  $36,000.00
  • Green Bay:  $38,000.00
  • La Crosse:  $33,000.00
  • Madison:  $35,000.00
  • Milwaukee: $31,000.00
  • Sheboygan:  $27,000.00
  • Superior:  $39,000.00


Professional Organizations for Medical Technicians in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Society of Medical Assistants (WSMA): While  Wisconsin may not offer a professional society ‘exclusively’ for medical technicians, the WSMA supports all professionals working to assist doctors in the endeavor of providing the patient with professional, quality service, including medical technicians.  The mission of the WSMA is to protect the jobs of all medical assistants including medical technicians, allow professionals the space to demonstrate and enhance the knowledge they have gained, and to encourage providing spectacular patient care by effectively utilizing all professionals involved.  There are fourteen local chapters throughout Wisconsin.

State-level website is www.wsma.net.   

You can find a link to the local chapter in your area there.

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