Financial manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Financial manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New York $194,820
New Jersey $157,490
Connecticut $144,500
Delaware $152,180
District of Columbia $150,550
Virginia $147,710
Colorado $146,000
California $139,240
Pennsylvania $138,980
Maryland $137,820
Texas $129,320
North Carolina $131,610
Massachusetts $130,180
Georgia $127,830
Rhode Island $129,900
Illinois $126,020
Missouri $121,860
Washington $123,430
Ohio $118,100
Wisconsin $122,300
Minnesota $121,210
Florida $114,190
South Dakota $121,580
Kansas $114,140
Michigan $116,300
South Carolina $110,050
New Hampshire $113,970
Nevada $108,290
North Dakota $111,100
Indiana $104,220
Maine $101,090
Hawaii $107,980
Oregon $109,460
Arizona $103,910
Wyoming $97,950
Iowa $100,280
Kentucky $98,540
Nebraska $99,540
Vermont $101,720
Oklahoma $96,580
Tennessee $95,970
Utah $98,940
Alaska $103,690
Montana $96,980
Louisiana $93,300
Arkansas $93,120
New Mexico $94,690
West Virginia $90,830
Mississippi $89,070
Idaho $80,520
Virgin Islands $79,820
Puerto Rico $69,950
Guam $66,820

How do financial manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Financial managers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than actuaries but more than range managers.

Career Median Salary
Actuary salary $70K
Mail superintendent salary $76K
Sales manager salary $69K
Advertising manager salary $67K
Business analyst salary $60K
Financial manager salary $68K
Budget analyst salary $60K
Supply chain manager salary $60K
Statistician salary $60K
Range manager salary $61K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)