Agricultural inspector earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Agricultural inspector salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Connecticut $76,950
New York $65,410
New Jersey $59,220
Illinois $56,050
Vermont $59,450
Pennsylvania $54,620
Iowa $51,020
Louisiana $50,600
California $45,500
Texas $49,650
Colorado $44,440
Wisconsin $45,490
Maryland $46,860
Washington $48,540
Indiana $45,510
Ohio $46,220
Minnesota $45,820
Delaware $45,500
Tennessee $44,130
Kansas $43,540
Arkansas $44,140
South Carolina $41,780
Oregon $38,360
Montana $32,250
North Carolina $43,040
Nebraska $43,190
North Dakota $41,320
Kentucky $42,740
Missouri $42,730
Idaho $41,330
Virginia $42,620
Georgia $41,370
Mississippi $41,360
New Mexico $35,890
Oklahoma $35,220
Florida $32,470
West Virginia $35,100
Arizona $34,080
Wyoming $31,290
Nevada $29,110
Puerto Rico $18,990

How do agricultural inspector salaries compare to similar careers?

Agricultural inspectors earn 9% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than soil and water conservationists but more than agricultural workers.

Career Median Salary
Soil and water conservationist salary $63K
Conservation scientist salary $63K
Animal scientist salary $60K
Biomass plant technician salary $58K
Certified crop advisor salary $50K
Agricultural inspector salary $45K
Farm equipment mechanic salary $42K
Grain elevator worker salary $35K
Agricultural worker salary $28K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)