Executive assistant earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Executive assistant salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $78,190
New York $77,740
Hawaii $76,860
Rhode Island $76,680
Connecticut $76,410
California $75,000
Delaware $74,190
Washington $73,060
Maryland $67,100
Virginia $63,920
Massachusetts $62,970
New Mexico $62,800
Georgia $62,570
Pennsylvania $62,210
Oregon $62,170
New Jersey $62,050
New Hampshire $61,650
Minnesota $61,270
Texas $61,200
Alaska $61,190
Arizona $61,190
Illinois $61,060
North Carolina $61,050
Michigan $61,030
Ohio $61,030
Wisconsin $61,030
Alabama $60,940
Colorado $60,670
Nevada $60,580
Vermont $60,400
North Dakota $60,360
Indiana $60,110
Tennessee $59,050
Utah $58,470
South Carolina $57,580
Missouri $53,880
Maine $50,600
Nebraska $49,890
Iowa $49,130
Idaho $48,960
Montana $48,960
Kentucky $48,770
Arkansas $48,730
Florida $48,720
West Virginia $48,200
Kansas $47,720
Louisiana $47,720
Virgin Islands, U.S. $47,720
South Dakota $46,880
Wyoming $44,280
Oklahoma $42,230
Guam $38,100
Mississippi $38,100
Puerto Rico $29,710

How do executive assistant salaries compare to similar careers?

Executive assistants earn 6% less than similar careers in Puerto Rico. On average, they make less than social workers but more than family social workers.

Career Median Salary
Social worker salary $30K
Arbitrator salary $38K
Recruiter salary $36K
American sign language interpreter salary $36K
Aesthetician salary $45K
Executive assistant salary $30K
Fire inspector salary $33K
Insurance sales agent salary $30K
Healthcare social worker salary $30K
Family social worker salary $29K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)