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
Alaska $30,239
Alabama $25,992
Arkansas $29,480
Arizona $32,450
California $36,983
Colorado $32,889
Connecticut $32,059
District of Columbia $42,870
Delaware $36,100
Florida $33,039
Georgia $32,371
Guam $22,510
Hawaii $33,392
Iowa $31,739
Idaho $26,813
Illinois $37,840
Indiana $28,490
Kansas $28,222
Kentucky $28,152
Louisiana $29,770
Massachusetts $43,620
Maryland $35,290
Maine $32,650
Michigan $33,180
Minnesota $38,666
Missouri $33,060
Mississippi $24,320
Montana $32,390
North Carolina $33,555
North Dakota $35,470
Nebraska $33,820
New Hampshire $36,270
New Jersey $40,330
New Mexico $29,330
Nevada $32,050
New York $40,073
Ohio $35,980
Oklahoma $30,410
Oregon $35,330
Pennsylvania $33,555
Puerto Rico $20,010
Rhode Island $38,970
South Carolina $30,030
South Dakota $30,200
Tennessee $33,042
Texas $33,755
Utah $33,252
Virginia $32,400
Virgin Islands $33,010
Vermont $35,720
Washington $37,960
Wisconsin $35,740
West Virginia $27,780
Wyoming $33,370

How do customer service representative salaries compare to similar careers?

Customer service representatives earn 8% less than similar careers in Virgin Islands. On average, they make less than executive assistants but more than medical administrative assistants.

Career Median Salary
Executive assistant salary $48K
Energy broker salary $38K
Computer repair technician salary $44K
Landscaper salary $40K
Financial clerk salary $32K
Customer service representative salary $33K
Administrative assistant salary $33K
Office clerk salary $29K
Maintenance worker salary $30K
Medical administrative assistant salary $29K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)