Financial clerk earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Financial clerk salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $47,720
Alabama $35,200
Arkansas $34,730
Arizona $33,895
California $46,340
Colorado $41,820
Connecticut $46,860
District of Columbia $54,040
Delaware $44,410
Florida $37,610
Georgia $39,070
Guam $27,610
Hawaii $42,048
Iowa $38,690
Idaho $35,774
Illinois $42,579
Indiana $37,607
Kansas $35,910
Kentucky $37,120
Louisiana $36,100
Massachusetts $46,180
Maryland $44,420
Maine $37,790
Michigan $37,810
Minnesota $43,510
Missouri $36,780
Mississippi $35,780
Montana $35,540
North Carolina $38,550
North Dakota $37,650
Nebraska $36,460
New Hampshire $41,480
New Jersey $46,440
New Mexico $36,840
Nevada $38,760
New York $44,150
Ohio $39,830
Oklahoma $37,190
Oregon $40,590
Pennsylvania $40,176
Puerto Rico $20,170
Rhode Island $43,690
South Carolina $35,630
South Dakota $33,400
Tennessee $38,330
Texas $39,870
Utah $37,420
Virginia $41,270
Virgin Islands $32,450
Vermont $41,220
Washington $44,450
Wisconsin $37,180
West Virginia $32,550
Wyoming $37,260

How do financial clerk salaries compare to similar careers?

Financial clerks earn 11% less than similar careers in Virgin Islands. On average, they make less than insurance sales agents but more than bill and account collectors.

Career Median Salary
Insurance sales agent salary $42K
Executive assistant salary $48K
Energy broker salary $38K
Computer repair technician salary $44K
Landscaper salary $40K
Bookkeeper salary $32K
Financial clerk salary $32K
Customer service representative salary $33K
Administrative assistant salary $33K
Bill and account collector salary $34K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)