Agricultural inspector earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Agricultural inspector salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $40,040
Arkansas $44,140
Arizona $34,080
California $45,500
Colorado $44,440
Connecticut $76,950
Delaware $45,500
Florida $32,470
Georgia $41,370
Iowa $51,020
Idaho $41,330
Illinois $56,050
Indiana $45,510
Kansas $43,540
Kentucky $42,740
Louisiana $50,600
Massachusetts $71,680
Maryland $46,860
Maine $39,310
Michigan $53,720
Minnesota $45,820
Missouri $42,730
Mississippi $41,360
Montana $32,250
North Carolina $43,040
North Dakota $41,320
Nebraska $43,190
New Jersey $59,220
New Mexico $35,890
Nevada $29,110
New York $65,410
Ohio $46,220
Oklahoma $35,220
Oregon $38,360
Pennsylvania $54,620
Puerto Rico $18,990
South Carolina $41,780
Tennessee $44,130
Texas $49,650
Virginia $42,620
Vermont $59,450
Washington $48,540
Wisconsin $45,490
West Virginia $35,100
Wyoming $31,290

How do agricultural inspector salaries compare to similar careers?

Agricultural inspectors earn 12% less than similar careers in South Carolina. On average, they make less than farm managers but more than agricultural workers.

Career Median Salary
Farm manager salary $74K
Biomass plant technician salary $58K
Conservation scientist salary $56K
Soil and water conservationist salary $56K
Agricultural inspector salary $42K
Farm equipment mechanic salary $40K
Grain elevator worker salary $36K
Agricultural worker salary $30K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)