Compensation and benefits manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Compensation and benefits manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $84,020
Alabama $100,790
Arkansas $87,440
Arizona $96,290
California $139,770
Colorado $152,150
Connecticut $145,630
District of Columbia $129,960
Delaware $169,100
Florida $106,590
Georgia $118,000
Hawaii $93,320
Iowa $94,870
Idaho $79,170
Illinois $121,376
Indiana $103,840
Kansas $102,910
Kentucky $95,820
Louisiana $77,070
Massachusetts $117,930
Maryland $137,330
Maine $97,490
Michigan $118,200
Minnesota $129,240
Missouri $119,560
Mississippi $77,640
North Carolina $109,040
Nebraska $102,870
New Hampshire $114,280
New Jersey $160,140
New Mexico $100,790
Nevada $105,770
New York $146,700
Ohio $118,760
Oklahoma $93,030
Oregon $106,430
Pennsylvania $131,690
Puerto Rico $78,060
Rhode Island $140,780
South Carolina $99,900
Tennessee $96,830
Texas $111,910
Utah $93,260
Virginia $134,580
Washington $134,340
Wisconsin $110,690
West Virginia $99,990

How do compensation and benefits manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Compensation and benefits managers earn about the same as related careers in District of Columbia. On average, they make less than investment fund managers but more than IT managers.

Career Median Salary
Investment fund manager salary $141K
Supply chain manager salary $141K
Health services manager salary $128K
Advertising manager salary $133K
Purchasing manager salary $138K
Compensation and benefits manager salary $130K
Sales manager salary $123K
Natural sciences manager salary $134K
Lodging manager salary $98K
IT manager salary $119K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)