Copywriter earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Copywriter salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $64,330
Alabama $46,635
Arkansas $42,784
Arizona $50,230
California $75,400
Colorado $55,640
Connecticut $74,860
District of Columbia $100,210
Delaware $52,510
Florida $47,190
Georgia $56,420
Hawaii $50,740
Iowa $48,441
Idaho $52,435
Illinois $55,146
Indiana $59,443
Kansas $56,946
Kentucky $52,029
Louisiana $36,040
Massachusetts $64,380
Maryland $67,120
Maine $51,600
Michigan $54,580
Minnesota $61,880
Missouri $55,250
Mississippi $52,760
Montana $45,570
North Carolina $57,510
North Dakota $48,580
Nebraska $38,990
New Hampshire $53,270
New Jersey $63,290
New Mexico $46,610
Nevada $52,380
New York $73,480
Ohio $45,230
Oklahoma $48,190
Oregon $59,960
Pennsylvania $49,526
Puerto Rico $33,050
Rhode Island $62,660
South Dakota $42,620
Tennessee $51,160
Texas $53,730
Utah $48,460
Virginia $66,340
Vermont $64,140
Washington $61,060
Wisconsin $50,190
West Virginia $59,970
Wyoming $44,480

How do copywriter salaries compare to similar careers?

Copywriters earn 17% more than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than technical writers but more than sports writers.

Career Median Salary
Technical writer salary $65K
Copywriter salary $54K
Editor salary $54K
Author salary $45K
Proofreader salary $43K
Sports writer salary $25K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)