Concierge earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Concierge salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $35,700
Alabama $26,500
Arizona $27,255
California $34,065
Colorado $31,290
Connecticut $32,047
District of Columbia $31,890
Delaware $27,300
Florida $26,600
Georgia $29,600
Guam $20,060
Hawaii $39,028
Iowa $26,400
Idaho $25,309
Illinois $29,301
Indiana $24,929
Kansas $33,660
Kentucky $26,683
Louisiana $26,640
Massachusetts $37,970
Maryland $30,780
Maine $22,780
Michigan $26,280
Minnesota $30,760
Missouri $25,330
Mississippi $21,990
Montana $24,510
North Carolina $27,890
Nebraska $26,180
New Hampshire $27,300
New Jersey $28,830
New Mexico $28,620
Nevada $34,650
New York $44,820
Ohio $24,210
Oklahoma $24,220
Oregon $29,670
Pennsylvania $25,988
Puerto Rico $22,810
Rhode Island $27,970
South Carolina $25,660
Tennessee $25,740
Texas $27,550
Utah $25,320
Virginia $27,980
Virgin Islands $31,970
Vermont $30,630
Washington $35,180
Wisconsin $29,030
West Virginia $24,370
Wyoming $35,320

How do concierge salaries compare to similar careers?

Concierges earn about the same as related careers in Vermont. On average, they make less than painting, coating & decorating workers but more than retail salespeople.

Career Median Salary
Painting, coating & decorating worker salary $34K
Garbage collector salary $34K
Receptionist salary $33K
Upholsterer salary $31K
Florist salary $32K
Concierge salary $31K
Courier salary $33K
Janitor salary $29K
Stock clerk salary $28K
Retail salesperson salary $26K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)