Energy auditor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Energy auditor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Maryland $90,110
Delaware $89,840
Alabama $84,030
New Jersey $80,330
Virginia $80,140
Hawaii $79,890
Massachusetts $79,110
Rhode Island $78,870
Colorado $78,470
Connecticut $78,020
Illinois $77,720
Washington $77,700
Alaska $77,670
New York $77,310
Kansas $76,600
California $75,960
Oklahoma $75,420
Pennsylvania $73,440
Arizona $73,260
Idaho $73,260
Utah $73,260
Texas $72,770
Guam $71,120
Michigan $70,970
South Dakota $68,950
New Hampshire $67,390
Maine $67,330
Vermont $67,330
Missouri $67,190
South Carolina $66,790
Wyoming $66,790
Ohio $66,080
New Mexico $65,040
North Carolina $64,770
North Dakota $64,650
Nebraska $64,110
Georgia $63,210
Minnesota $63,040
Oregon $63,020
Kentucky $62,510
Mississippi $62,480
Iowa $61,850
Indiana $61,570
Nevada $61,570
West Virginia $61,350
Montana $60,640
Virgin Islands, U.S. $60,640
Wisconsin $60,130
Louisiana $60,110
Tennessee $59,950
Arkansas $56,850
Florida $50,860
Puerto Rico $40,660
District of Columbia $100,620

How do energy auditor salaries compare to similar careers?

Energy auditors earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than detectives but more than insurance sales agents.

Career Median Salary
Detective salary $84K
Mail superintendent salary $80K
Urban planner salary $78K
Underwriter salary $76K
Energy auditor salary $75K
Police officer salary $65K
Recruiter salary $62K
Fire inspector salary $65K
Insurance sales agent salary $50K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)