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 about the same as related careers in Massachusetts. On average, they make less than art directors but more than marine electricians.

Career Median Salary
Art director salary $101K
Naval architect salary $97K
Architect salary $100K
Filmmaker salary $79K
Film director salary $79K
Brickmason salary $81K
Marine electrician salary $99K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)