Curator earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Curator salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $66,000
Alabama $50,741
Arkansas $46,330
Arizona $56,050
California $60,640
Colorado $58,650
Connecticut $64,913
District of Columbia $79,370
Delaware $59,000
Florida $40,590
Georgia $43,230
Hawaii $55,900
Iowa $45,900
Idaho $35,500
Illinois $50,921
Indiana $45,560
Kansas $48,816
Kentucky $51,230
Louisiana $39,820
Massachusetts $63,810
Maryland $63,240
Maine $48,110
Michigan $46,300
Minnesota $47,440
Missouri $59,150
Mississippi $38,220
Montana $39,510
North Carolina $43,640
North Dakota $47,580
Nebraska $43,340
New Hampshire $40,530
New Jersey $65,620
New Mexico $51,500
Nevada $57,450
New York $66,400
Ohio $49,980
Oklahoma $44,540
Oregon $41,050
Pennsylvania $53,840
Rhode Island $54,010
South Carolina $49,160
South Dakota $47,620
Tennessee $46,420
Texas $51,000
Utah $49,000
Virginia $60,920
Vermont $55,490
Washington $61,640
Wisconsin $49,590
West Virginia $35,330
Wyoming $39,200

How do curator salaries compare to similar careers?

Curators earn about the same as related careers in Virginia. On average, they make less than historians but more than humanitarians.

Career Median Salary
Historian salary $77K
School psychologist salary $74K
Urban planner salary $70K
Archaeologist salary $62K
Anthropologist salary $62K
Curator salary $61K
Archivist salary $53K
Embalmer salary $37K
Museum conservator salary $42K
Humanitarian salary $31K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)