Bill and account collector earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Bill and account collector salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $61,870
Connecticut $48,060
Alaska $47,830
Massachusetts $47,260
California $46,660
Washington $46,550
Maryland $46,450
Vermont $46,210
Oregon $45,970
Minnesota $45,710
New York $45,570
New Jersey $43,780
Michigan $43,470
Hawaii $42,230
New Mexico $38,050
Wisconsin $38,050
Illinois $38,030
Iowa $37,960
North Dakota $37,920
Pennsylvania $37,920
Rhode Island $37,920
Colorado $37,880
Delaware $37,880
Maine $37,880
Arizona $37,710
Wyoming $37,610
Kentucky $37,480
Utah $37,450
Virgin Islands, U.S. $37,370
Virginia $37,280
Florida $37,250
Idaho $37,250
Ohio $37,170
Indiana $37,080
Texas $37,040
Montana $36,890
Nevada $36,890
South Dakota $36,890
Alabama $36,840
New Hampshire $36,750
North Carolina $36,730
Oklahoma $36,600
Louisiana $36,360
Nebraska $36,360
West Virginia $36,300
Missouri $36,220
Arkansas $36,090
Georgia $36,090
Tennessee $35,880
Kansas $35,770
South Carolina $34,920
Mississippi $29,900
Guam $28,560
Puerto Rico $21,850

How do bill and account collector salaries compare to similar careers?

Bill and account collectors earn 13% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than revenue agents but more than tellers.

Career Median Salary
Revenue agent salary $57K
Tax preparer salary $46K
Credit counselor salary $48K
Bookkeeper salary $46K
Financial clerk salary $46K
Bill and account collector salary $38K
Teller salary $36K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)