The average salary for the 911 dispatchers in Texas is $63,000 annually. That’s one of the highest in the country for this position. The average salary for an emergency service dispatcher in Texas is $65,000. And that is for full time. Not part time.

This is one of those stats that is very hard to put a number on. The only way you can really say how much an average person makes is by looking at the number of jobs that are available in the state. In the state of Texas, there are only 6,000 dispatchers that work full time, and that’s not counting the ones that work part time. It’s also not counting the people that actually work the dispatchers.

The number of dispatchers in Texas has been going up each year during the last decade, but it’s not the same number as it was in the 1990s. Because the only way to get a degree in the state of Texas is if you get a job in a call center.

This is one of those cases where getting into the call center business is the way to go. It’s a great way to make a lot of money, and being able to talk to people in real time can be very helpful for police officers.

Its also an excellent way to make a lot of calls of your own, if you’re a bit of a jackass. The only way to get a call-center job in texas is to actually be a bit of a jackass.

This is why the 911 dispatcher is one of the most difficult jobs to get. You need to be able to talk to people in real time and you need to have a degree in the state of texas. The good news is that most of the 911 dispatchers in texas are hired because they are excellent callers in real time. The bad news is that because they actually have degrees, they don’t have a lot of experience in the field.

So, basically you have to have a degree yourself to be a 911 dispatcher, but you dont actually have to be a complete jackass to get hired.

That pretty much sums it up. What is the average pay for a 911 dispatcher in texas? What salary should you be aiming for? I am pretty sure that the best you could be is a “crap dispatcher” who gets paid $90.

That’s what I thought, too. I’ve been a 911 dispatcher for less than a year. I’ve done some freelance work for my company and I have an associate’s degree in communications. The reason I was hired was because my supervisor felt that I would be better at this job than the average dispatcher. I think he was right.

For the most part, I think most dispatchers are a crap job. But a crap job may not mean a crap salary. I have been a 911 dispatcher for about 2 years and I have made about $45,000 in that time. From my experience, I believe that the average 911 dispatcher in texas is making between 60 to 70 thousand in their first year on the job, which would put their gross pay at more than $90,000.