Executive assistant earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Executive assistant salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $48,654
Alabama $43,137
Arkansas $40,783
Arizona $40,226
California $64,933
Colorado $53,450
Connecticut $69,410
District of Columbia $69,830
Delaware $62,330
Florida $49,640
Georgia $59,180
Guam $42,750
Hawaii $47,263
Iowa $44,243
Idaho $43,549
Illinois $42,394
Indiana $35,829
Kansas $41,268
Kentucky $40,642
Louisiana $40,730
Massachusetts $60,450
Maryland $67,880
Maine $49,160
Michigan $56,770
Minnesota $54,660
Missouri $58,520
Mississippi $35,770
Montana $50,010
North Carolina $55,950
North Dakota $46,530
Nebraska $45,450
New Hampshire $58,770
New Jersey $68,360
New Mexico $61,470
Nevada $61,520
New York $71,220
Ohio $56,140
Oklahoma $41,670
Oregon $55,570
Pennsylvania $59,210
Puerto Rico $30,020
Rhode Island $62,950
South Carolina $53,360
South Dakota $39,030
Tennessee $50,460
Texas $57,280
Utah $50,480
Virginia $62,350
Virgin Islands $48,450
Vermont $53,500
Washington $61,190
Wisconsin $55,330
West Virginia $46,650
Wyoming $45,470

How do executive assistant salaries compare to similar careers?

Executive assistants earn 6% less than similar careers in Georgia. On average, they make less than energy auditors but more than insurance sales agents.

Career Median Salary
Energy auditor salary $69K
Arbitrator salary $71K
Insurance appraiser salary $62K
Detective salary $54K
Energy broker salary $52K
Executive assistant salary $59K
Librarian salary $61K
Urban planner salary $56K
Recruiter salary $54K
Insurance sales agent salary $43K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)