Arbitrator earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Arbitrator salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $91,110
Alabama $70,120
Arizona $58,340
California $83,330
Colorado $55,510
Connecticut $60,980
District of Columbia $91,580
Florida $51,230
Georgia $71,210
Hawaii $88,340
Iowa $63,890
Illinois $90,020
Indiana $47,020
Kansas $49,300
Kentucky $50,140
Louisiana $50,810
Massachusetts $70,770
Maryland $42,350
Michigan $62,380
Minnesota $84,510
Missouri $59,450
Montana $43,550
North Carolina $41,210
Nebraska $42,690
New Hampshire $57,000
New Jersey $91,500
New Mexico $91,010
New York $88,520
Ohio $58,270
Oklahoma $50,310
Oregon $78,370
Pennsylvania $67,820
Puerto Rico $36,360
South Carolina $67,830
Tennessee $60,990
Texas $51,130
Utah $45,380
Virginia $42,740
Washington $64,340
Wisconsin $60,730
West Virginia $50,510

How do arbitrator salaries compare to similar careers?

Arbitrators earn about the same as related careers in Washington. On average, they make less than underwriters but more than recruiters.

Career Median Salary
Underwriter salary $76K
Energy auditor salary $73K
Sheriff salary $79K
Police officer salary $79K
Mail superintendent salary $74K
Arbitrator salary $64K
Fish and game warden salary $80K
Firefighter salary $75K
Social worker salary $77K
Recruiter salary $66K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)