Financial analyst earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Financial analyst salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $99,710
New Jersey $99,340
Washington $99,340
Oregon $99,330
California $99,180
Massachusetts $97,540
Virginia $97,360
Colorado $97,230
Alabama $96,940
Maryland $95,040
Minnesota $88,470
Delaware $86,380
Wyoming $83,990
Illinois $83,200
New Hampshire $81,630
North Carolina $81,410
Wisconsin $81,410
Rhode Island $81,040
Georgia $80,470
New Mexico $80,160
Montana $79,930
Hawaii $79,650
Texas $79,590
Nevada $79,390
Michigan $78,720
Missouri $78,060
Iowa $77,750
Pennsylvania $77,750
Arizona $77,710
Maine $77,590
Ohio $77,590
Arkansas $77,500
Florida $77,500
Indiana $77,500
Kentucky $77,300
South Dakota $77,300
Tennessee $77,300
Vermont $77,300
North Dakota $77,020
Kansas $76,780
Idaho $76,530
Louisiana $76,060
Nebraska $75,130
South Carolina $74,370
Mississippi $72,890
West Virginia $64,190
Oklahoma $63,700
Utah $60,900
Virgin Islands, U.S. $49,440
Puerto Rico $49,120
Alaska $123,300
New York $108,600
Connecticut $100,260

How do financial analyst salaries compare to similar careers?

Financial analysts earn 12% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than financial managers but more than securities and commodities brokers.

Career Median Salary
Financial manager salary $132K
Bank manager salary $132K
Investment fund manager salary $125K
Actuary salary $106K
Financial advisor salary $94K
Financial analyst salary $92K
Business analyst salary $93K
Statistician salary $96K
Operations research analyst salary $82K
Securities and commodities broker salary $63K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)