Architect earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Architect salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Massachusetts $99,520
Alaska $99,190
New Jersey $98,680
California $98,610
New York $97,990
Arizona $96,250
Connecticut $89,340
Alabama $83,420
Louisiana $82,410
Washington $81,540
Georgia $80,460
Virginia $80,450
North Carolina $80,240
Illinois $79,820
Wisconsin $79,820
Hawaii $79,570
Texas $79,380
Maine $79,300
Oregon $79,230
Pennsylvania $79,180
Minnesota $79,140
Tennessee $78,720
Nebraska $78,710
Rhode Island $78,520
Colorado $78,240
New Hampshire $78,240
Utah $78,000
Ohio $77,890
Iowa $77,800
Montana $77,800
South Carolina $77,800
South Dakota $77,800
Nevada $77,790
North Dakota $77,720
Mississippi $77,480
Kansas $77,470
Delaware $77,450
Missouri $77,450
Vermont $77,440
Indiana $77,030
Wyoming $77,030
Oklahoma $76,770
Florida $76,600
Arkansas $76,190
Kentucky $76,190
Michigan $76,190
Guam $76,000
West Virginia $75,700
Maryland $75,640
New Mexico $74,770
Idaho $74,670
Puerto Rico $48,100
District of Columbia $100,490

How much does an Architect earn?

How do architect salaries compare to similar careers?

Architects earn 6% more than similar careers in Maine. On average, they make less than art directors but more than industrial designers.

Career Median Salary
Art director salary $80K
Urban planner salary $77K
Architect salary $79K
Fashion designer salary $75K
Surveyor salary $63K
Marine electrician salary $63K
Industrial designer salary $77K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)