Customer service representative earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Customer service representative salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New Hampshire $32,601
Iowa $34,504
Idaho $27,267
Connecticut $30,682
Nebraska $29,617
Nevada $28,019
New Jersey $29,470
Kentucky $28,732
Kansas $27,106
Maryland $29,459
Alabama $25,955
Louisiana $25,089
Massachusetts $31,600
Oklahoma $27,249
Washington $29,068
Indiana $26,863
Virginia $27,895
Illinois $29,158
South Carolina $25,015
New York $28,934
California $29,039
Minnesota $27,792
Colorado $27,070
Oregon $27,445
Missouri $24,654
Wisconsin $26,139
Arizona $27,084
North Carolina $26,325
Tennessee $25,815
Georgia $25,620
District of Columbia $28,000
Pennsylvania $25,196
Utah $26,437
Texas $25,940
Michigan $24,953
Ohio $24,905
Florida $24,197
Arkansas $22,000

How do customer service representative salaries compare to similar careers?

Customer service representatives earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than administrative assistants but more than hand sewers.

Career Median Salary
Administrative assistant salary $27K
Food server salary $23K
Security guard salary $24K
Recreation worker salary $24K
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Customer service representative salary $25K
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Shoemaker salary $26K
Hand sewer salary $26K