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 about the same as related careers in Nebraska. On average, they make less than aquacultural managers but more than financial quantitative analysts.

Career Median Salary
Aquacultural manager salary $69K
Insurance sales agent salary $50K
Credit analyst salary $62K
Range manager salary $65K
Real estate agent salary $49K
Consultant salary $60K
Lodging manager salary $39K
Risk management specialist salary $55K
Investment banker salary $55K
Financial quantitative analyst salary $55K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)