Financial manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Financial manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $103,690
Alabama $96,597
Arkansas $93,120
Arizona $94,609
California $139,240
Colorado $146,000
Connecticut $144,500
District of Columbia $150,550
Delaware $152,180
Florida $114,190
Georgia $127,830
Guam $66,820
Hawaii $107,980
Iowa $100,280
Idaho $95,690
Illinois $128,163
Indiana $119,820
Kansas $114,140
Kentucky $107,615
Louisiana $93,300
Massachusetts $130,180
Maryland $137,820
Maine $101,090
Michigan $116,300
Minnesota $121,210
Missouri $136,520
Mississippi $89,070
Montana $96,980
North Carolina $131,610
North Dakota $111,100
Nebraska $99,540
New Hampshire $113,970
New Jersey $157,490
New Mexico $94,690
Nevada $108,290
New York $194,820
Ohio $118,100
Oklahoma $96,580
Oregon $109,460
Pennsylvania $156,730
Puerto Rico $69,950
Rhode Island $129,900
South Carolina $110,050
South Dakota $121,580
Tennessee $95,970
Texas $149,990
Utah $98,940
Virginia $147,710
Virgin Islands $79,820
Vermont $101,720
Washington $123,430
Wisconsin $122,300
West Virginia $90,830
Wyoming $97,950

How do financial manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Financial managers earn 6% less than similar careers in Minnesota. On average, they make less than chief executives but more than sales managers.

Career Median Salary
Chief executive salary $177K
Marketing manager salary $131K
Compensation and benefits manager salary $129K
Bank branch manager salary $121K
Financial manager salary $121K
Treasurer salary $121K
Advertising manager salary $118K
Sales manager salary $118K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)