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 about the same as related careers in Montana. On average, they make less than marine electricians but more than industrial designers.

Career Median Salary
Marine electrician salary $85K
Architect salary $62K
Games artist salary $69K
Urban planner salary $59K
Electrician salary $59K
Industrial designer salary $51K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)