Auditor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Auditor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $98,130
New Jersey $90,400
New York $83,250
Massachusetts $81,460
Virginia $76,490
Connecticut $76,450
California $75,690
Alaska $75,590
Maryland $74,030
Colorado $72,940
Rhode Island $76,770
Texas $72,860
Washington $70,600
Delaware $72,750
North Carolina $69,840
Georgia $68,870
Vermont $67,310
Idaho $66,110
Kentucky $66,542
Michigan $65,850
Kansas $66,269
Oklahoma $65,030
Illinois $65,558
New Hampshire $67,120
Minnesota $66,240
Ohio $64,630
Florida $62,270
Iowa $66,222
Oregon $65,760
Utah $63,410
Maine $63,150
Missouri $63,640
Indiana $63,306
Pennsylvania $63,625
Tennessee $62,100
Wisconsin $63,390
West Virginia $62,670
Nebraska $59,820
Hawaii $63,477
Arizona $62,533
Louisiana $61,200
Nevada $62,350
Montana $61,460
New Mexico $60,120
Wyoming $60,870
South Dakota $62,270
South Carolina $58,640
Arkansas $59,797
Mississippi $56,690
North Dakota $59,660
Alabama $58,027
Virgin Islands $48,650
Guam $44,690
Puerto Rico $32,770

How do auditor salaries compare to similar careers?

Auditors earn about the same as related careers in Wisconsin. On average, they make less than stock traders but more than investment bankers.

Career Median Salary
Stock trader salary $58K
Loan officer salary $63K
Operations research analyst salary $70K
Budget analyst salary $71K
Credit analyst salary $62K
Auditor salary $63K
Accountant salary $63K
Revenue agent salary $55K
Risk management specialist salary $54K
Investment banker salary $54K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)