Credit counselor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Credit counselor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $61,310
Rhode Island $61,310
District of Columbia $60,540
New York $60,300
Massachusetts $60,050
South Carolina $58,650
California $52,530
Washington $51,980
New Jersey $51,300
Virginia $49,290
Oregon $49,080
Nebraska $49,010
Ohio $49,010
Maryland $48,600
Colorado $48,120
Minnesota $48,080
Maine $48,060
North Dakota $47,930
Michigan $47,780
Tennessee $47,780
Connecticut $47,580
Delaware $47,580
Illinois $47,580
North Carolina $47,580
Arizona $47,550
Alabama $47,320
Hawaii $47,280
Wisconsin $47,190
Georgia $46,640
New Mexico $46,640
Kansas $46,550
New Hampshire $46,330
South Dakota $45,920
Indiana $45,780
Utah $44,850
Pennsylvania $44,730
Kentucky $44,680
Missouri $43,780
Texas $40,130
Iowa $39,220
Wyoming $38,980
Puerto Rico $38,110
Florida $38,080
Oklahoma $37,820
West Virginia $37,820
Idaho $37,750
Mississippi $37,620
Nevada $37,620
Montana $37,450
Arkansas $37,200
Louisiana $32,950

How do credit counselor salaries compare to similar careers?

Credit counselors earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than marriage therapists but more than bill and account collectors.

Career Median Salary
Marriage therapist salary $50K
Substance abuse social worker salary $49K
Clergy salary $50K
Family social worker salary $49K
Tax preparer salary $46K
Credit counselor salary $48K
Bookkeeper salary $46K
Financial clerk salary $46K
Rehabilitation counselor salary $39K
Bill and account collector salary $38K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)