Chief executive earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Chief executive salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $159,770
Alabama $189,920
Arkansas $105,100
Arizona $179,410
California $228,270
Colorado $180,190
Connecticut $200,240
District of Columbia $247,500
Florida $171,000
Georgia $218,590
Guam $118,680
Hawaii $189,930
Iowa $208,130
Idaho $94,470
Illinois $208,341
Indiana $148,005
Kansas $172,100
Kentucky $148,480
Louisiana $204,070
Massachusetts $221,810
Maryland $204,920
Maine $118,360
Michigan $203,290
Minnesota $176,550
Missouri $144,070
Mississippi $105,160
Montana $108,100
North Carolina $205,220
North Dakota $135,310
Nebraska $220,950
New Hampshire $154,510
New Jersey $233,050
Nevada $215,590
New York $220,040
Ohio $196,500
Oklahoma $128,860
Oregon $212,290
Pennsylvania $221,338
Puerto Rico $96,530
Rhode Island $242,350
South Carolina $165,220
South Dakota $251,950
Tennessee $129,720
Texas $239,680
Utah $151,750
Virginia $228,540
Virgin Islands $108,290
Vermont $111,500
Washington $206,560
Wisconsin $127,330
West Virginia $136,800
Wyoming $123,970

How do chief executive salaries compare to similar careers?

Chief executives earn 73% more than similar careers in the United States.

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Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)