How much does a Chemical Analyst make in Connecticut? The average Chemical Analyst salary in Connecticut is $49,720 as of March 26, 2020, but the range typically falls between $43,483 and $57,713. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on the city and many other important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession.

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Location Avg. Salary Date Updated
Location New London, CT Avg. Salary $49,170 Date Updated March 26, 2020
Location Norwich, CT Avg. Salary $49,192 Date Updated March 26, 2020
Location West Haven, CT Avg. Salary $50,424 Date Updated March 26, 2020
Location Abington, CT Avg. Salary $48,705 Date Updated March 26, 2020
Location Amston, CT Avg. Salary $49,293 Date Updated March 26, 2020
Location Andover, CT Avg. Salary $49,561 Date Updated March 26, 2020
Location Ansonia, CT Avg. Salary $50,424 Date Updated March 26, 2020
Location Ashford, CT Avg. Salary $48,732 Date Updated March 26, 2020
Location Avon, CT Avg. Salary $49,653 Date Updated March 26, 2020
Location Ballouville, CT Avg. Salary $48,637 Date Updated March 26, 2020
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MLTs perform chemical analyses of body fluids (such as blood or urine) using a microscope or automatic analyzer. These tools help MLTs detect abnormalities or diseases, using a computer to enter ...
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