Cashier earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Cashier salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $22,773
Alabama $19,560
Arkansas $17,410
Arizona $21,509
California $24,898
Colorado $23,840
Connecticut $23,900
District of Columbia $29,700
Delaware $21,290
Florida $20,067
Georgia $18,436
Guam $19,400
Hawaii $26,100
Iowa $18,842
Idaho $19,290
Illinois $20,528
Indiana $20,250
Kansas $18,351
Kentucky $26,558
Louisiana $20,358
Massachusetts $24,800
Maryland $23,900
Maine $22,200
Michigan $20,463
Minnesota $23,630
Missouri $21,820
Mississippi $18,730
Montana $21,990
North Carolina $19,440
North Dakota $24,130
Nebraska $22,100
New Hampshire $22,130
New Jersey $23,390
New Mexico $21,190
Nevada $21,910
New York $24,596
Ohio $20,585
Oklahoma $19,640
Oregon $24,270
Pennsylvania $18,085
Puerto Rico $18,200
Rhode Island $23,850
South Carolina $19,340
South Dakota $22,460
Tennessee $20,433
Texas $19,532
Utah $22,010
Virginia $20,770
Virgin Islands $21,120
Vermont $24,060
Washington $26,550
Wisconsin $21,020
West Virginia $19,900
Wyoming $22,100

How do cashier salaries compare to similar careers?

Cashiers earn 6% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than baristas.

Career Median Salary
Barista salary $25K
Retail salesperson salary $23K
Host and hostess salary $22K
Lifeguard salary $21K
Amusement attendant salary $21K
Cashier salary $21K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)