Climate change analyst earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Climate change analyst salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $75,550
Alabama $60,220
Arkansas $57,520
Arizona $63,810
California $87,080
Colorado $86,190
Connecticut $75,430
District of Columbia $118,400
Delaware $56,030
Florida $49,500
Georgia $66,420
Guam $58,600
Hawaii $67,520
Iowa $68,350
Idaho $57,610
Illinois $74,850
Indiana $58,480
Kansas $65,410
Kentucky $47,830
Louisiana $59,840
Massachusetts $77,280
Maryland $71,820
Maine $53,240
Michigan $63,970
Minnesota $68,060
Missouri $46,740
Montana $63,610
North Carolina $58,600
North Dakota $67,910
Nebraska $56,970
New Hampshire $70,280
New Jersey $77,190
New Mexico $73,060
Nevada $62,290
New York $73,600
Ohio $74,890
Oklahoma $60,720
Oregon $77,330
Pennsylvania $74,430
Puerto Rico $40,840
Rhode Island $80,700
South Carolina $61,930
South Dakota $58,950
Tennessee $65,300
Texas $74,800
Utah $66,510
Virginia $75,060
Virgin Islands $46,700
Vermont $63,060
Washington $78,230
Wisconsin $56,990
West Virginia $49,240
Wyoming $62,100

How do climate change analyst salaries compare to similar careers?

Climate change analysts earn 8% less than similar careers in Montana. On average, they make less than geologists but more than geospatial information scientists.

Career Median Salary
Geologist salary $86K
Atmospheric scientist salary $90K
Nanotechnology engineer salary $82K
Hydrologist salary $73K
Occupational health specialist salary $66K
Climate change analyst salary $64K
Environmental restoration planner salary $64K
Industrial ecologist salary $64K
Environmental consultant salary $64K
Geospatial information scientist salary $67K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)