Cargo and freight agent earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Cargo and freight agent salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $36,844
Alabama $50,550
Arkansas $47,097
Arizona $41,459
California $43,950
Colorado $41,700
Connecticut $44,850
District of Columbia $32,220
Delaware $41,750
Florida $38,830
Georgia $44,020
Hawaii $31,120
Iowa $42,470
Idaho $47,310
Illinois $44,095
Indiana $44,056
Kansas $44,146
Kentucky $39,500
Louisiana $40,970
Massachusetts $44,540
Maryland $41,880
Maine $47,100
Michigan $41,490
Minnesota $47,510
Missouri $44,380
Mississippi $38,720
Montana $41,840
North Carolina $43,920
North Dakota $39,110
Nebraska $44,160
New Hampshire $51,610
New Jersey $54,110
New Mexico $49,850
Nevada $40,000
New York $41,600
Ohio $40,420
Oklahoma $43,700
Oregon $47,820
Pennsylvania $46,150
Puerto Rico $20,420
Rhode Island $54,600
South Carolina $39,860
South Dakota $53,480
Tennessee $43,180
Texas $41,680
Utah $38,370
Virginia $46,960
Virgin Islands $24,220
Vermont $38,410
Washington $49,550
Wisconsin $37,630
West Virginia $39,310
Wyoming $37,880

How do cargo and freight agent salaries compare to similar careers?

Cargo and freight agents earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than aircraft mechanics but more than delivery service drivers.

Career Median Salary
Aircraft mechanic salary $49K
Rail transportation worker salary $49K
Traffic technician salary $47K
Truck driver salary $46K
Ship loader salary $42K
Cargo and freight agent salary $44K
Sailor salary $42K
Travel agent salary $40K
Highway maintenance worker salary $41K
Delivery service driver salary $31K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)