Cost estimator earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Cost estimator salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $94,440
New York $75,730
Alaska $78,580
Maryland $71,650
Hawaii $79,890
Oregon $71,490
California $70,660
Massachusetts $72,520
Washington $72,420
Wyoming $73,750
New Jersey $69,960
Connecticut $69,070
Illinois $64,709
Virginia $67,680
Texas $69,330
Colorado $66,270
Kansas $66,500
Pennsylvania $64,661
Kentucky $61,966
Indiana $61,210
North Dakota $64,220
Delaware $67,000
Idaho $60,400
Arizona $62,437
Louisiana $62,810
Missouri $63,570
New Hampshire $65,180
Rhode Island $67,190
Georgia $62,460
Nevada $62,020
Utah $63,740
Vermont $62,970
Minnesota $62,710
Ohio $60,640
Oklahoma $60,500
West Virginia $60,260
Michigan $59,250
Tennessee $58,520
South Carolina $59,580
North Carolina $59,750
Guam $61,820
Iowa $60,460
Florida $57,230
Maine $59,970
Arkansas $56,410
Mississippi $57,630
Alabama $55,910
New Mexico $58,240
Nebraska $56,620
Montana $57,390
Wisconsin $54,970
South Dakota $54,560
Puerto Rico $30,090

How do cost estimator salaries compare to similar careers?

Cost estimators earn 6% more than similar careers in Rhode Island. On average, they make less than market research analysts but more than financial clerks.

Career Median Salary
Market research analyst salary $69K
Loan officer salary $60K
Social fundraiser salary $65K
Insurance sales agent salary $60K
Public relations specialist salary $62K
Cost estimator salary $67K
Energy broker salary $54K
Credit counselor salary $57K
Event planner salary $53K
Financial clerk salary $44K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)