Budget analyst earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Budget analyst salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $77,130
Alabama $80,910
Arkansas $47,480
Arizona $68,390
California $86,730
Colorado $79,630
Connecticut $81,850
District of Columbia $100,210
Delaware $70,490
Florida $69,910
Georgia $67,850
Guam $55,660
Hawaii $82,840
Iowa $75,100
Idaho $66,950
Illinois $67,751
Indiana $68,150
Kansas $65,350
Kentucky $53,050
Louisiana $63,270
Massachusetts $83,240
Maryland $89,710
Maine $70,770
Michigan $78,750
Minnesota $76,400
Missouri $63,870
Mississippi $61,330
Montana $60,990
North Carolina $69,740
North Dakota $67,330
Nebraska $53,930
New Hampshire $74,410
New Jersey $80,740
New Mexico $73,700
Nevada $67,330
New York $75,260
Ohio $72,410
Oklahoma $70,220
Oregon $74,060
Pennsylvania $70,750
Puerto Rico $41,280
Rhode Island $80,320
South Carolina $67,340
South Dakota $59,860
Tennessee $68,240
Texas $73,170
Utah $74,610
Virginia $89,710
Virgin Islands $51,850
Vermont $70,500
Washington $73,020
Wisconsin $70,650
West Virginia $63,730
Wyoming $66,910

How do budget analyst salaries compare to similar careers?

Budget analysts earn 14% less than similar careers in Puerto Rico. On average, they make less than fundraising managers but more than loan officers.

Career Median Salary
Fundraising manager salary $63K
Investment fund manager salary $56K
Business analyst salary $51K
Actuary salary $53K
Financial analyst salary $51K
Budget analyst salary $41K
Credit counselor salary $41K
Credit analyst salary $32K
Statistician salary $36K
Loan officer salary $29K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)