Auditor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Auditor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New York $97,640
New Jersey $95,640
Massachusetts $80,910
California $80,540
Rhode Island $79,890
Washington $79,680
Connecticut $78,780
Virginia $78,780
Delaware $78,760
Colorado $78,470
Maryland $78,050
Texas $77,640
Alaska $77,450
North Carolina $77,030
Minnesota $76,450
New Hampshire $76,270
Arizona $76,060
Oregon $75,880
Illinois $75,400
Wisconsin $74,770
Georgia $74,700
Pennsylvania $73,490
Michigan $72,100
Oklahoma $71,320
Ohio $69,600
Vermont $69,530
Montana $65,500
Indiana $64,280
Maine $63,780
Florida $63,640
Utah $63,540
Hawaii $63,020
Kansas $62,980
West Virginia $62,980
Wyoming $62,980
Iowa $62,750
Idaho $62,750
Louisiana $62,750
Nebraska $62,750
South Dakota $62,750
Tennessee $62,680
New Mexico $62,480
Kentucky $62,470
Missouri $62,320
North Dakota $62,320
Alabama $62,200
Nevada $61,920
South Carolina $61,900
Arkansas $61,770
Mississippi $60,320
Virgin Islands, U.S. $56,290
Guam $48,110
Puerto Rico $36,590
District of Columbia $101,280

How do auditor salaries compare to similar careers?

Auditors earn about the same as related careers in South Carolina. On average, they make less than fraud analysts but more than statisticians.

Career Median Salary
Fraud analyst salary $78K
Financial quantitative analyst salary $78K
Budget analyst salary $77K
Financial analyst salary $74K
Credit analyst salary $62K
Auditor salary $62K
Accountant salary $62K
Securities and commodities broker salary $49K
Stock trader salary $49K
Statistician salary $62K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)