Customs broker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Customs broker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $76,990
Alabama $79,600
Arkansas $54,520
Arizona $64,530
California $75,060
Colorado $74,910
Connecticut $75,150
District of Columbia $96,970
Delaware $77,130
Florida $60,250
Georgia $69,380
Guam $69,380
Hawaii $71,240
Iowa $61,500
Idaho $64,390
Illinois $71,780
Indiana $61,290
Kansas $69,560
Kentucky $62,810
Louisiana $52,930
Massachusetts $81,060
Maryland $86,190
Maine $62,110
Michigan $65,780
Minnesota $65,790
Missouri $67,990
Mississippi $62,570
Montana $58,940
North Carolina $67,660
North Dakota $66,480
Nebraska $68,710
New Hampshire $66,420
New Jersey $73,910
New Mexico $62,470
Nevada $64,250
New York $75,840
Ohio $65,930
Oklahoma $71,110
Oregon $64,190
Pennsylvania $80,910
Puerto Rico $34,620
Rhode Island $78,400
South Carolina $64,110
South Dakota $67,330
Tennessee $55,200
Texas $72,730
Utah $66,870
Virginia $81,650
Virgin Islands $49,020
Vermont $64,020
Washington $72,750
Wisconsin $57,100
West Virginia $65,610
Wyoming $66,530

How do customs broker salaries compare to similar careers?

Customs brokers earn about the same as related careers in Oregon. On average, they make less than transportation planners but more than cargo and freight agents.

Career Median Salary
Transportation planner salary $74K
Logistician salary $70K
Commercial pilot salary $66K
Traffic technician salary $73K
Avionics technician salary $64K
Customs broker salary $64K
Aircraft mechanic salary $60K
Locomotive engineer salary $59K
Ship loader salary $55K
Cargo and freight agent salary $48K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)