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AVERAGE SALARY IN United States

United States | 2014/15 Average Salary Survey

United States


Poll entries 14556
Average Salary ( polls, gross ) US$ 80,135
Average Salary ( polls, net ) US$ 59,316
Average Salary ( official, gross ) US$ 47,000










01. RECENTLY ADDED SALARIES

United States

GROSS salary ( including bonuses, benefits, etc. )
CAREER POSTED EDUCATION SALARY
Branch Manager 29 Jul 2015 Bachelors Degree US$ 100,000 DETAILS
Property Manager 29 Jul 2015 Some College US$ 38,000 DETAILS
Human Resources Manager 29 Jul 2015 Bachelors Degree US$ 53,915 DETAILS
Purchasing Manager 29 Jul 2015 Some College US$ 60,000 DETAILS
.NET Developer 29 Jul 2015 Bachelors Degree US$ 110,000 DETAILS
Hotel Manager 28 Jul 2015 Bachelors Degree US$ 80,000 DETAILS
Director 28 Jul 2015 Bachelors Degree US$ 130,000 DETAILS
Other Marketing Career 28 Jul 2015 High School US$ 50,000 DETAILS
Business Manager 28 Jul 2015 Doctorate Degree US$ 75,000 DETAILS
Lead Developer 28 Jul 2015 Bachelors Degree US$ 95,000 DETAILS
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NOTE: Data for surveys are calculated from added polls on this site. High percentage of visitors have Bachelors / Master degree education. This results with higher average salary than statistics for entire population. All surveys are shown dynamically and are changing constantly with the new entries.

02. SURVEY BY LEVELS

United States

  • The most frequent salary range is US$ 43,628
  • 19.83 % earn more than US$ 112,926
  • 47.80 % earn more than US$ 73,401
  • 70.77 % earn more than US$ 52,895
LEVEL POLLS ( % ) SALARY ( % ) EARN AT LEAST
15K 83 0.57 % US$ 16,930 100 %
25K 830 5.70 % US$ 24,455 99.43 %
35K 1485 10.20 % US$ 33,822 93.73 %
45K 1857 12.76 % US$ 43,628 83.53 %
55K 1788 12.28 % US$ 52,895 70.77 %
65K 1555 10.68 % US$ 63,236 58.48 %
75K 1292 8.88 % US$ 73,401 47.80 %
85K 1102 7.57 % US$ 83,060 38.93 %
95K 775 5.32 % US$ 93,102 31.35 %
105K 903 6.20 % US$ 101,908 26.03 %
115K 433 2.97 % US$ 112,926 19.83 %
125K 546 3.75 % US$ 122,210 16.85 %
135K 296 2.03 % US$ 132,315 13.10 %
145K 238 1.64 % US$ 142,184 11.07 %
155K 327 2.25 % US$ 151,280 9.43 %
165K 148 1.02 % US$ 162,553 7.19 %
175K 112 0.77 % US$ 173,580 6.17 %
185K 116 0.80 % US$ 182,228 5.40 %
195K 52 0.36 % US$ 192,763 4.60 %
205K 164 1.13 % US$ 200,406 4.25 %
More 454 3.12 % US$ 274,045 3.12 %

03. SURVEY BY GENDER

United States
GENDER POLLS SALARY
Male 6736 US$ 93,356
Female 3696 US$ 67,781
N/A 4124 US$ 69,610

04. SURVEY BY EDUCATION

United States
EDUCATION POLLS SALARY
Doctorate Degree 770 US$ 133,867
Masters Degree 3048 US$ 98,585
Bachelors Degree 5893 US$ 78,784
Some College 3504 US$ 63,807
High School 1166 US$ 55,743
Bellow H. School 175 US$ 57,287



05. SURVEY BY EXPERIENCE

United States
EXPERIENCE POLLS SALARY
20+ Years 3437 US$ 109,784
16-20 Years 1391 US$ 95,436
12-16 Years 1666 US$ 90,157
8-12 Years 2121 US$ 78,345
4-8 Years 2218 US$ 66,160
2-4 Years 1531 US$ 56,317
1-2 Years 952 US$ 50,226
0-1 Year 1240 US$ 47,746

06. SURVEY BY FIELDS

United States
CAREER GROUP POLLS SALARY
Engineers & Technicians V 226 US$ 119,142 SHOW
Management & Business 1999 US$ 105,291 SHOW
Law 332 US$ 96,258 SHOW
Finance & Banking 678 US$ 93,862 SHOW
IT & Telecommunication II 753 US$ 89,272 SHOW
Engineers & Technicians IV 122 US$ 87,735 SHOW
Properties & Real Estates 136 US$ 87,215 SHOW
Health Care & Medical II 600 US$ 85,819 SHOW
IT & Telecommunication 1046 US$ 85,149 SHOW
Health Care & Medical 715 US$ 84,661 SHOW
Engineers & Technicians 618 US$ 79,890 SHOW
Salesmen & Saleswomen 355 US$ 79,421 SHOW
Marketing, Sales, Purchase 648 US$ 78,460 SHOW
Military 143 US$ 77,226 SHOW
Human Resources 585 US$ 77,205 SHOW
Insurance 313 US$ 75,300 SHOW
Architect Constructions 174 US$ 73,500 SHOW
Construction & Labor Workers 439 US$ 72,627 SHOW
Automobile 143 US$ 72,534 SHOW
Public Sector 317 US$ 68,646 SHOW
Security & Fireguard 131 US$ 68,591 SHOW
Logistics, Road, Railway 237 US$ 66,289 SHOW
Media 167 US$ 66,193 SHOW
Education & University 635 US$ 64,004 SHOW
Accounting & Administration 1143 US$ 62,477 SHOW
Manufacturing & Labor Workers 342 US$ 59,427 SHOW
Making Design 158 US$ 57,195 SHOW
Organization & Coordination 201 US$ 51,104 SHOW
Customer Services 387 US$ 47,170 SHOW
Restaurants, Inns, Pubs 203 US$ 45,654 SHOW

07. SURVEY BY CAREERS

United States
CAREER POLLS SALARY
CEO 125 US$ 169,951 SHOW
Director 288 US$ 149,861 SHOW
General Manager 150 US$ 122,530 SHOW
Lawyer 102 US$ 121,956 SHOW
Other Engineer Career 214 US$ 120,089 SHOW
CPA - Certified Public Accountant 100 US$ 109,208 SHOW
Software Engineer 165 US$ 102,088 SHOW
IT Manager 198 US$ 101,336 SHOW
IT Project Manager 127 US$ 98,878 SHOW
Manager 357 US$ 97,046 SHOW
Project Manager 159 US$ 91,234 SHOW
Operations Manager 155 US$ 88,432 SHOW
Human Resources Manager 279 US$ 88,188 SHOW
Healthcare Management 130 US$ 82,799 SHOW
Other Finance Career 105 US$ 82,735 SHOW
Software Developer 162 US$ 82,320 SHOW
Other Management Career 143 US$ 82,219 SHOW
Financial Analyst 121 US$ 80,316 SHOW
Salesmen or Saleswomen 125 US$ 80,255 SHOW
Engineer 144 US$ 79,430 SHOW
Other Human Resource Career 101 US$ 78,433 SHOW
Other Public Sector Career 199 US$ 70,823 SHOW
Registered Nurse 127 US$ 69,909 SHOW
Mechanical Engineer 107 US$ 67,840 SHOW
Other Medical Career 131 US$ 66,995 SHOW
Teacher 106 US$ 58,563 SHOW
Accountant 125 US$ 58,104 SHOW
Other Education Career 108 US$ 56,533 SHOW
Other Service Career 113 US$ 45,628 SHOW
Administrative Assistant 114 US$ 37,364 SHOW

08. SURVEY BY WORK

United States
KIND OF WORK POLLS SALARY
Permanent 12808 US$ 80,193
Contract 662 US$ 79,566
Self Employed 593 US$ 106,244
Part Time 493 US$ 47,971

09. SURVEY BY CITIES

United States
CITY POLLS SALARY
San Francisco 472 US$ 105,370 SHOW
New York City 782 US$ 97,111 SHOW
Miami 173 US$ 93,232 SHOW
Houston 478 US$ 91,743 SHOW
Washington DC 410 US$ 91,576 SHOW
Seattle 322 US$ 89,128 SHOW
Fort Worth 82 US$ 88,803 SHOW
Los Angeles 561 US$ 87,849 SHOW
Boston 407 US$ 87,375 SHOW
San Diego 221 US$ 85,953 SHOW
Chicago 542 US$ 85,864 SHOW
Austin 157 US$ 85,231 SHOW
Cincinnati 143 US$ 84,814 SHOW
Detroit 285 US$ 84,102 SHOW
Dallas 354 US$ 83,831 SHOW
Newark 128 US$ 83,472 SHOW
Pittsburgh 163 US$ 82,091 SHOW
Atlanta 395 US$ 82,037 SHOW
Raleigh 126 US$ 81,207 SHOW
Denver 271 US$ 80,493 SHOW
Las Vegas 106 US$ 80,307 SHOW
Tampa 195 US$ 80,196 SHOW
Philadelphia 339 US$ 78,983 SHOW
Charlotte 182 US$ 78,705 SHOW
Buffalo, United States 81 US$ 78,314 SHOW
Phoenix 212 US$ 78,102 SHOW
Sacramento 138 US$ 77,036 SHOW
Fort Lauderdale 103 US$ 76,280 SHOW
Minneapolis 252 US$ 75,867 SHOW
Cleveland 141 US$ 75,022 SHOW
Orlando 167 US$ 74,833 SHOW
Baltimore 191 US$ 73,929 SHOW
Kansas City 173 US$ 73,670 SHOW
Oklahoma City 96 US$ 73,520 SHOW
Portland, Oregon 157 US$ 73,486 SHOW
New Orleans 78 US$ 72,529 SHOW
Albuquerque 78 US$ 70,736 SHOW
Milwaukee 152 US$ 70,667 SHOW
San Antonio 120 US$ 70,497 SHOW
Richmond 93 US$ 70,203 SHOW
Des Moines 84 US$ 70,152 SHOW
Birmingham, United States 75 US$ 69,297 SHOW
Rochester 89 US$ 69,209 SHOW
Nashville 111 US$ 69,079 SHOW
Honolulu 74 US$ 68,588 SHOW
St. Louis 171 US$ 67,125 SHOW
Columbus 158 US$ 66,762 SHOW
Indianapolis 164 US$ 64,610 SHOW
Salt Lake City 220 US$ 63,879 SHOW
Grand Rapids 88 US$ 62,896 SHOW

10. SURVEY BY STATES

STATE POLLS SALARY
New York State 955 US$ 92,858 SHOW
District Of Columbia (DC) 410 US$ 91,576 SHOW
California 1821 US$ 89,944 SHOW
Connecticut 78 US$ 87,076 SHOW
Rhode Island 40 US$ 86,728 SHOW
Massachusetts 439 US$ 85,893 SHOW
Illinois 542 US$ 85,864 SHOW
Texas 1385 US$ 85,274 SHOW
Alaska 55 US$ 84,072 SHOW
Washington State 424 US$ 84,050 SHOW
Nevada 126 US$ 83,063 SHOW
New Jersey 174 US$ 82,937 SHOW
Georgia 431 US$ 82,334 SHOW
Colorado 342 US$ 81,124 SHOW
Florida 683 US$ 80,567 SHOW
Pennsylvania 502 US$ 79,992 SHOW
Michigan 373 US$ 79,099 SHOW
North Carolina 420 US$ 77,972 SHOW
Delaware 34 US$ 77,741 SHOW
Minnesota 293 US$ 77,170 SHOW
Arizona 315 US$ 76,288 SHOW
Vermont 20 US$ 76,123 SHOW
West Virginia 40 US$ 75,065 SHOW
Maryland 191 US$ 73,929 SHOW
Oregon 157 US$ 73,486 SHOW
Ohio 544 US$ 73,014 SHOW
Alabama 160 US$ 72,908 SHOW
Virginia 193 US$ 72,471 SHOW
Wyoming 15 US$ 71,946 SHOW
Louisiana 171 US$ 71,365 SHOW
Montana 35 US$ 71,116 SHOW
N/A 963 US$ 71,112 SHOW
New Mexico 78 US$ 70,736 SHOW
Kansas 49 US$ 70,540 SHOW
Missouri 344 US$ 70,417 SHOW
Iowa 84 US$ 70,152 SHOW
Tennessee 229 US$ 69,934 SHOW
Oklahoma 145 US$ 69,222 SHOW
Wisconsin 223 US$ 69,088 SHOW
Hawaii 74 US$ 68,588 SHOW
South Carolina 72 US$ 68,386 SHOW
Mississippi 49 US$ 67,038 SHOW
New Hampshire 33 US$ 66,096 SHOW
Arkansas 68 US$ 65,345 SHOW
Idaho 57 US$ 64,768 SHOW
Nebraska 74 US$ 64,270 SHOW
Utah 220 US$ 63,879 SHOW
Indiana 191 US$ 62,557 SHOW
North Dakota 46 US$ 61,609 SHOW
Kentucky 119 US$ 60,822 SHOW
Maine 46 US$ 60,468 SHOW
South Dakota 24 US$ 47,393 SHOW

11. SURVEY BY COUNTRIES

COUNTRY POLLS SALARY ( US$ )
United Kingdom 2422 GBP 48,690 US$ 74,363 SHOW
Australia 1939 AU$ 92,772 US$ 72,437 SHOW
Canada 3685 CA$ 74,291 US$ 59,346 SHOW
Mexico 214 MXN 736,210 US$ 49,236 SHOW
China 1467 CNY 276,825 US$ 44,327 SHOW
Russia 621 RUB 1,489,889 US$ 22,450 SHOW
India 4312 INR 1,072,924 US$ 17,274 SHOW

SUMMARY

United States

The most frequent salary ranges in the US are from 45K to 55K. The 28% of employees earn from 40K to 60K. About 18% earn below the 45K per annual.

Please note that data are extracted from our salary polls and those salaries are higher than for entire population. People who added their polls are mostly high educated.

Average salaries in the United States are among highest in the world. They are not as high as in Switzerland, Norway, Kuwait, Australia, and in some other countries, but still close to them. Very similar salaries are in Germany and Sweden. Salaries in United Kingdom are slightly lower.

You can find salary details for each country on Salaries by countries or check Salaries in EU.

If you compare states, the highest incomes are in Massachusetts, New York State, District Of Columbia (DC), and California all exceeding $82,000 per annual. Employees in Texas receive about $77,500. Average incomes in Florida are $75,000. Average salaries in Michigan and Pennsylvania are $73,000 per annual.

By far most paid US city is San Francisco, with average salary about $100,000 per annual. The second largest salaries are in New York City, Washington DC, and Boston, all from $87,000 to $88,000 per annual.



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