Business analyst earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Business analyst salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Connecticut $99,340
Rhode Island $99,340
New Hampshire $97,230
North Carolina $96,770
Georgia $95,890
Minnesota $95,880
Alaska $93,970
Vermont $91,280
Colorado $90,600
Alabama $87,050
Texas $85,780
California $82,070
Missouri $81,680
Oregon $81,680
Wisconsin $81,580
Louisiana $81,380
Hawaii $80,700
Iowa $80,400
Michigan $80,160
Nebraska $80,000
Montana $79,930
Wyoming $79,730
Delaware $79,650
Pennsylvania $79,650
Arizona $79,400
Ohio $79,400
South Carolina $79,400
Tennessee $79,400
South Dakota $78,710
Oklahoma $78,620
New Mexico $77,960
North Dakota $77,770
Florida $77,500
Indiana $77,500
Kentucky $77,500
Nevada $77,480
Utah $77,470
Kansas $76,710
Mississippi $76,540
West Virginia $76,530
Maine $74,850
Idaho $63,450
Guam $62,980
Virgin Islands, U.S. $62,980
Arkansas $56,690
Puerto Rico $48,170
District of Columbia $107,140
Maryland $104,620
Massachusetts $103,680
New Jersey $103,080
Washington $103,080
Illinois $101,550
New York $101,350
Virginia $100,690

How do business analyst salaries compare to similar careers?

Business analysts earn 10% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than bank managers but more than stock traders.

Career Median Salary
Bank manager salary $132K
Investment fund manager salary $125K
Actuary salary $106K
Financial advisor salary $94K
Financial analyst salary $92K
Business analyst salary $93K
Statistician salary $96K
Operations research analyst salary $82K
Securities and commodities broker salary $63K
Stock trader salary $63K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)