Arbitrator earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Arbitrator salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New Jersey $94,850
Alaska $91,540
Connecticut $90,240
New Mexico $90,000
Hawaii $88,340
Minnesota $77,710
New York $73,700
Michigan $70,800
Alabama $70,770
South Carolina $67,830
Washington $64,340
Iowa $63,890
Arizona $63,030
Georgia $62,990
North Carolina $61,760
Pennsylvania $61,740
New Hampshire $59,770
Missouri $58,970
Wisconsin $58,680
Tennessee $58,280
Utah $54,080
Ohio $51,140
Louisiana $50,810
West Virginia $50,510
Oklahoma $50,310
Kentucky $50,140
Florida $50,060
Texas $49,410
Kansas $49,300
Illinois $49,050
Indiana $48,390
Maryland $47,460
Massachusetts $47,420
Nevada $47,310
Colorado $47,290
Oregon $47,140
Virginia $46,830
Nebraska $42,690
Puerto Rico $38,290
Montana $36,780
California $108,140
District of Columbia $102,080

How do arbitrator salaries compare to similar careers?

Arbitrators earn about the same as related careers in California. On average, they make less than special agents but more than forensic science technicians.

Career Median Salary
Special agent salary $106K
Customs inspector salary $106K
Fire inspector salary $105K
Police officer salary $111K
Sheriff salary $111K
Arbitrator salary $108K
Urban planner salary $93K
Probation officer salary $95K
Fish and game warden salary $84K
Forensic science technician salary $83K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)