Certified crop advisor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Certified crop advisor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $57,480
Arkansas $51,030
Arizona $53,770
Colorado $62,020
Connecticut $38,650
Delaware $56,430
Florida $28,110
Georgia $41,460
Iowa $65,510
Idaho $56,980
Illinois $36,520
Indiana $50,000
Kansas $55,440
Kentucky $48,430
Maryland $60,240
Maine $59,570
Michigan $41,890
Minnesota $59,430
Mississippi $49,410
North Carolina $30,200
North Dakota $54,130
Nebraska $64,660
New Jersey $80,720
Nevada $83,280
New York $44,060
Oklahoma $45,000
Oregon $69,060
Puerto Rico $33,440
South Dakota $42,700
Tennessee $43,950
Texas $26,510
Virginia $45,020
Washington $55,720
Wisconsin $48,310
West Virginia $54,220
Wyoming $51,560

How do certified crop advisor salaries compare to similar careers?

Certified crop advisors earn about the same as related careers in Indiana. On average, they make less than soil and water conservationists but more than agricultural workers.

Career Median Salary
Soil and water conservationist salary $64K
Biomass plant technician salary $58K
Soil and plant scientist salary $54K
Agricultural and food science technician salary $44K
Agricultural inspector salary $46K
Certified crop advisor salary $50K
Farm equipment mechanic salary $40K
Grain elevator worker salary $33K
Agricultural worker salary $26K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)