Consultant earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Consultant salary by state

State Name Average Salary
California $88,800
Massachusetts $82,140
New Jersey $81,690
Rhode Island $81,690
Colorado $81,500
Oregon $81,250
Illinois $80,670
Minnesota $80,670
Alaska $80,430
New York $79,660
Washington $79,050
Michigan $78,870
Connecticut $78,660
Maryland $78,000
Ohio $77,590
Texas $76,530
Vermont $74,780
Virginia $74,300
New Hampshire $73,550
Iowa $71,680
Utah $68,160
New Mexico $68,140
Hawaii $67,030
Wisconsin $64,480
Louisiana $64,250
Pennsylvania $63,940
Wyoming $63,880
Idaho $63,750
Kansas $63,750
Montana $63,750
Nevada $63,750
Georgia $63,630
Arkansas $63,480
North Carolina $62,980
Missouri $62,910
Tennessee $62,260
West Virginia $62,200
Arizona $62,100
Alabama $61,010
South Dakota $60,550
Virgin Islands, U.S. $60,550
Nebraska $60,050
Oklahoma $59,890
North Dakota $59,490
Indiana $59,260
Maine $57,840
Delaware $53,990
Kentucky $49,940
Florida $49,850
South Carolina $49,500
Mississippi $40,810
Puerto Rico $34,100
District of Columbia $127,880

How do consultant salaries compare to similar careers?

Consultants earn 6% less than similar careers in California. On average, they make less than actuaries but more than credit analysts.

Career Median Salary
Actuary salary $118K
Statistician salary $102K
Financial analyst salary $99K
Business analyst salary $82K
Operations research analyst salary $85K
Consultant salary $89K
Budget analyst salary $90K
Auditor salary $81K
Accountant salary $81K
Credit analyst salary $79K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)