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
Florida $99,510
Oklahoma $99,510
Tennessee $99,510
Nebraska $98,980
Utah $98,980
Iowa $98,720
New Mexico $98,650
Alaska $98,560
Idaho $97,350
Kentucky $82,770
Nevada $78,500
Mississippi $78,080
Puerto Rico $78,060
Louisiana $77,950
West Virginia $77,040
South Carolina $76,670
Delaware $169,100
New York $167,270
New Jersey $162,720
Rhode Island $162,110
Massachusetts $152,350
Washington $151,300
Connecticut $150,890
Virginia $139,990
California $135,580
Colorado $131,710
District of Columbia $131,150
Missouri $129,710
Minnesota $127,690
Ohio $127,680
Illinois $126,230
Maryland $126,230
Texas $126,210
Arizona $125,800
North Carolina $124,640
Michigan $121,020
Hawaii $120,130
Indiana $120,130
Kansas $120,130
Wisconsin $119,860
Pennsylvania $116,190
New Hampshire $103,310
Maine $103,030
Alabama $102,610
Arkansas $101,860
Georgia $101,860
Oregon $100,480

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

Compensation and benefits managers earn 7% less than similar careers in Wisconsin. On average, they make less than sustainability officers but more than operations managers.

Career Median Salary
Sustainability officer salary $170K
Financial manager salary $128K
Bank manager salary $128K
Compensation and benefits manager salary $120K
Sales manager salary $126K
Marketing manager salary $125K
Natural sciences manager salary $120K
Operations manager salary $115K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)