Cashier earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Cashier salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $31,230
Washington $30,500
California $29,920
Massachusetts $29,860
Colorado $29,350
New York $29,280
Alaska $29,210
Hawaii $29,080
Oregon $29,080
North Dakota $28,880
Arizona $28,820
Connecticut $28,700
Maine $28,650
Vermont $28,580
New Jersey $28,560
Rhode Island $28,500
Minnesota $28,290
Maryland $27,960
Illinois $27,030
New Hampshire $24,150
Delaware $23,940
Wisconsin $23,940
Utah $23,870
Nebraska $23,740
Virgin Islands, U.S. $23,670
Michigan $23,650
Iowa $23,450
New Mexico $23,360
Missouri $23,310
Arkansas $23,300
Montana $23,300
Wyoming $23,240
Virginia $23,200
Idaho $23,190
South Dakota $23,150
Nevada $23,020
Indiana $23,000
Florida $22,970
Texas $22,970
Pennsylvania $22,930
Ohio $22,790
Kansas $22,740
Tennessee $22,730
North Carolina $22,680
Oklahoma $22,680
Kentucky $22,540
South Carolina $22,530
Alabama $22,380
Georgia $22,290
West Virginia $22,160
Louisiana $20,490
Guam $19,240
Mississippi $18,580
Puerto Rico $17,850

How do cashier salaries compare to similar careers?

Cashiers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than vehicle cleaners but more than hosts and hostesses.

Career Median Salary
Vehicle cleaner salary $29K
Nail technician salary $29K
Housekeeper salary $29K
Food server salary $26K
Lifeguard salary $26K
Cashier salary $27K
Amusement attendant salary $24K
Host and hostess salary $25K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)