Bailiff earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Bailiff salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New York $69,890
California $63,620
Colorado $62,640
Illinois $65,510
Georgia $46,470
Nebraska $57,920
Nevada $57,830
Washington $58,400
New Jersey $49,310
Utah $49,410
Texas $51,210
Oregon $49,680
Ohio $45,700
Florida $46,160
Minnesota $45,170
Michigan $43,600
Virginia $41,110
Maryland $39,160
Kansas $40,170
Vermont $40,820
Tennessee $34,290
Louisiana $39,030
Idaho $36,510
Indiana $36,860
Maine $36,450
North Carolina $34,230
Arizona $32,920
Missouri $34,260
Oklahoma $31,050
Arkansas $33,260
New Hampshire $30,160
Pennsylvania $32,650
Alabama $30,590
Delaware $31,260
Wisconsin $27,700
Puerto Rico $31,500
Mississippi $30,420
South Carolina $24,660
North Dakota $28,130
West Virginia $28,530
Kentucky $25,170

How do bailiff salaries compare to similar careers?

Bailiffs earn 6% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than court reporters but more than legal secretaries.

Career Median Salary
Court reporter salary $57K
Police officer salary $55K
Judicial law clerk salary $54K
Fish and game warden salary $58K
Probation officer salary $53K
Bailiff salary $46K
Paralegal salary $46K
Legislator salary $25K
Correctional officer salary $42K
Legal secretary salary $39K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)