Salary for Recycling Coordinators

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Recycling coordinators are the direct superiors of recycling curbside pick-up programs. Their main duties include scheduling their subordinates, monitoring their subordinates' time while working, investigating and reporting injuries at the work place and conducting work safety procedures. These positions usually require a high school degree or GED. Once hired, a first-line supervisor will need up to a year of formal training before beginning work.

A Recycling Coordinator can get an average salary in a range of 32000 to 48000 based on tenure and industry expertise. Recycling Coordinators receive a salary of Forty Five Thousand Nine Hundred dollars per year.

Recycling Coordinators can get the best pay in the District of Columbia, where they receive pay of about $55480. People working these jobs have the highest salaries in Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction, which has wages of $65370.

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The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 13.25 percent nationwide in that time.
Recycling Coordinators tend to make the most in the following industries
Utilities $65,370
Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction $54,050
Educational Services $52,060
Management of Companies and Enterprises $49,650
Construction $49,550
Public Administration $49,130
In general, they earn less within the industries below
Other Services (except Public Administration) $38,380
Health Care and Social Assistance $40,910
Retail Trade $41,180
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting $41,720
Accommodation and Food Services $43,870
Administrative, Support and Waste Management Services $44,590