Customs broker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Customs broker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $92,980
New York $78,090
Maryland $84,040
Virginia $79,730
Massachusetts $79,630
California $75,360
Texas $74,770
Alabama $77,010
Colorado $73,890
Alaska $75,500
Washington $71,920
Rhode Island $74,120
New Jersey $71,830
Pennsylvania $72,790
Nebraska $69,110
Wyoming $65,010
Connecticut $70,520
North Carolina $65,180
Delaware $70,750
Oklahoma $69,130
Kansas $65,370
Nevada $59,240
Georgia $65,600
Vermont $63,650
Missouri $65,500
Arkansas $63,460
Guam $69,120
New Hampshire $64,630
West Virginia $64,010
Minnesota $63,160
Florida $62,680
Arizona $64,610
Oregon $61,230
Idaho $63,800
Hawaii $65,020
Ohio $63,930
Illinois $61,710
Michigan $61,230
South Dakota $63,650
Utah $64,500
New Mexico $59,980
South Carolina $61,910
Kentucky $60,690
North Dakota $59,790
Virgin Islands $59,300
Maine $61,510
Tennessee $56,610
Montana $55,980
Iowa $58,650
Wisconsin $59,020
Mississippi $58,760
Indiana $53,360
Louisiana $48,420
Puerto Rico $30,470

How do customs broker salaries compare to similar careers?

Customs brokers earn 12% less than similar careers in Minnesota. On average, they make less than pilots but more than aircraft mechanics.

Career Median Salary
Pilot salary $96K
Air crew officer salary $96K
Freight and cargo inspector salary $99K
Transportation planner salary $74K
Logistician salary $67K
Customs broker salary $63K
Commercial pilot salary $59K
Shipmate salary $59K
Ship captain salary $59K
Aircraft mechanic salary $60K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)