Architect earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Architect salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $93,180
Alabama $84,170
Arkansas $63,220
Arizona $71,592
California $87,180
Colorado $65,690
Connecticut $80,040
District of Columbia $92,490
Delaware $73,610
Florida $70,740
Georgia $85,800
Guam $75,490
Hawaii $74,151
Iowa $67,290
Idaho $71,190
Illinois $74,609
Indiana $79,760
Kansas $77,950
Kentucky $68,910
Louisiana $70,780
Massachusetts $93,920
Maryland $80,010
Maine $76,600
Michigan $70,640
Minnesota $82,260
Missouri $72,380
Mississippi $66,520
Montana $62,280
North Carolina $78,200
North Dakota $72,720
Nebraska $80,390
New Hampshire $83,210
New Jersey $83,590
New Mexico $68,320
Nevada $81,820
New York $107,868
Ohio $76,720
Oklahoma $77,650
Oregon $75,190
Pennsylvania $66,239
Puerto Rico $49,830
Rhode Island $78,190
South Carolina $78,790
South Dakota $78,030
Tennessee $73,760
Texas $86,160
Utah $65,250
Virginia $83,040
Vermont $69,080
Washington $74,740
Wisconsin $75,600
West Virginia $82,990
Wyoming $81,910

How much does an Architect earn?

How do architect salaries compare to similar careers?

Architects earn 6% less than similar careers in California. On average, they make less than filmmakers but more than film and video editors.

Career Median Salary
Filmmaker salary $98K
Construction manager salary $107K
Film director salary $98K
Games artist salary $98K
Fashion designer salary $79K
Architect salary $87K
Urban planner salary $90K
Surveyor salary $91K
Building and construction inspector salary $90K
Film and video editor salary $75K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)