Courier earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Courier salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $30,410
Alabama $24,010
Arkansas $23,780
Arizona $28,760
California $31,310
Colorado $30,720
Connecticut $32,730
District of Columbia $30,930
Delaware $30,340
Florida $28,700
Georgia $27,930
Guam $23,650
Hawaii $30,010
Iowa $24,854
Idaho $24,770
Illinois $27,730
Indiana $27,463
Kansas $29,620
Kentucky $28,300
Louisiana $23,210
Massachusetts $31,000
Maryland $34,130
Maine $27,690
Michigan $27,230
Minnesota $28,520
Missouri $28,670
Mississippi $26,470
Montana $24,990
North Carolina $27,840
North Dakota $28,310
Nebraska $24,480
New Hampshire $27,050
New Jersey $33,110
New Mexico $27,980
Nevada $27,130
New York $29,640
Ohio $27,420
Oklahoma $28,170
Oregon $33,360
Pennsylvania $29,270
Puerto Rico $19,060
Rhode Island $33,210
South Carolina $25,120
South Dakota $24,440
Tennessee $29,670
Texas $26,460
Utah $30,201
Virginia $30,150
Virgin Islands $27,530
Vermont $32,700
Washington $35,670
Wisconsin $23,100
West Virginia $24,270
Wyoming $30,090

How do courier salaries compare to similar careers?

Couriers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than upholsterers but more than office clerks.

Career Median Salary
Upholsterer salary $34K
Tailor salary $32K
Administrative assistant salary $32K
Engraver salary $31K
Delivery service driver salary $31K
Courier salary $32K
Switchboard operator salary $31K
Shipping/Receiving clerk salary $31K
Hand sewer salary $30K
Office clerk salary $29K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)