There is no question that the Midwest United States sees their fair share of disasters and emergencies. The brave men and women that are the first responders provide the services necessary to minimize the number of casualties due to these problems. However, there are also workers that are behind the scenes ensuring that first responders are trained and ready to respond to any emergency or disaster that strikes.
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These workers can be found in hospitals, schools, military bases and a number of other facilities. As an emergency management worker in Nebraska you can expect to earn an average salary of $67,280 in Omaha and $40,280 in Northeastern Nebraska. For individuals in the 90th percentile of the workers they can expect to earn a salary of $115,112 in Omaha and $60,570 in Northeastern Nebraska.
With additional training and education workers can expect to earn up to 10 percent more than the average salary for the state of Nebraska according the Nebraska Department of Emergency Services.
The information shown in these tables was furnished by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and represents salary data for both emergency management directors and hazardous materials removal workers in Nebraska’s major cities.