Credit counselor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Credit counselor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $44,150
Arkansas $38,970
Arizona $41,640
California $49,040
Colorado $56,860
Connecticut $50,190
District of Columbia $65,550
Delaware $54,370
Florida $42,160
Georgia $43,230
Hawaii $47,280
Iowa $41,620
Idaho $42,490
Illinois $45,480
Indiana $41,847
Kansas $40,300
Kentucky $39,380
Louisiana $36,260
Massachusetts $52,280
Maryland $45,070
Maine $39,400
Michigan $47,370
Minnesota $48,720
Missouri $46,110
Mississippi $40,110
Montana $40,090
North Carolina $45,770
North Dakota $39,860
New Hampshire $43,170
New Jersey $60,140
New Mexico $36,640
Nevada $58,360
New York $54,720
Ohio $47,070
Oklahoma $38,770
Oregon $44,830
Pennsylvania $51,900
Puerto Rico $41,310
Rhode Island $57,330
South Carolina $44,020
South Dakota $36,800
Tennessee $37,220
Texas $40,440
Utah $36,270
Virginia $46,240
Washington $46,220
Wisconsin $37,990
West Virginia $36,820
Wyoming $38,980

How do credit counselor salaries compare to similar careers?

Credit counselors earn 8% less than similar careers in Texas. On average, they make less than school counselors but more than financial clerks.

Career Median Salary
School counselor salary $61K
Social fundraiser salary $56K
Revenue agent salary $49K
Clergy salary $50K
Family social worker salary $51K
Credit counselor salary $40K
Marriage therapist salary $44K
Rehabilitation counselor salary $45K
Bookkeeper salary $38K
Financial clerk salary $40K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)