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 about the same as related careers in Oklahoma. On average, they make less than freight and cargo inspectors but more than avionics technicians.

Career Median Salary
Freight and cargo inspector salary $90K
Commercial pilot salary $89K
Logistician salary $73K
Customs broker salary $69K
Shipmate salary $87K
Ship captain salary $87K
Transportation planner salary $65K
Avionics technician salary $64K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)