Energy broker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Energy broker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New Jersey $68,860
District of Columbia $65,260
Massachusetts $64,980
New York $64,050
Virginia $62,930
Maryland $62,660
Iowa $60,960
New Hampshire $60,860
Colorado $59,030
Washington $58,990
Pennsylvania $58,910
Connecticut $58,390
California $57,710
Kansas $57,610
Minnesota $56,450
Delaware $55,620
Indiana $55,130
Hawaii $55,060
North Dakota $54,590
Michigan $53,940
Rhode Island $53,870
Alaska $53,030
Texas $52,900
Maine $52,370
Georgia $52,350
Illinois $52,090
Vermont $52,000
Oregon $51,680
Nevada $51,190
Ohio $50,750
North Carolina $50,430
Utah $49,650
Wisconsin $49,090
Arizona $47,270
Tennessee $47,220
Florida $46,800
Mississippi $46,580
Missouri $46,480
Nebraska $46,360
Kentucky $46,290
South Dakota $45,680
Alabama $45,650
Oklahoma $45,260
Idaho $44,960
Arkansas $44,130
New Mexico $43,970
Louisiana $43,670
Montana $42,150
Wyoming $40,630
West Virginia $40,210
South Carolina $39,690
Virgin Islands, U.S. $38,310
Guam $30,220
Puerto Rico $27,170

How do energy broker salaries compare to similar careers?

Energy brokers earn about the same as related careers in Michigan. On average, they make less than social workers but more than fire inspectors.

Career Median Salary
Social worker salary $58K
Cost estimator salary $59K
Funeral director salary $58K
Insurance appraiser salary $61K
Recruiter salary $58K
Energy broker salary $54K
Fundraiser salary $55K
Public relations specialist salary $57K
Probation officer salary $65K
Fire inspector salary $62K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)