Fire inspector earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Fire inspector salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $64,800
Arkansas $44,440
Arizona $64,390
California $100,880
Colorado $73,250
Connecticut $79,590
District of Columbia $81,560
Delaware $52,790
Florida $60,250
Georgia $50,340
Iowa $69,290
Illinois $62,980
Indiana $53,670
Kansas $53,210
Kentucky $43,310
Louisiana $46,450
Massachusetts $69,250
Maryland $66,180
Maine $45,030
Michigan $62,080
Minnesota $70,060
Missouri $39,030
Mississippi $44,010
North Carolina $53,460
North Dakota $58,990
Nebraska $45,130
New Hampshire $62,920
New Jersey $50,610
New Mexico $51,060
Nevada $87,880
New York $63,600
Ohio $59,900
Oklahoma $62,770
Oregon $90,040
Pennsylvania $49,920
Rhode Island $51,650
South Carolina $53,520
Tennessee $63,600
Texas $67,950
Utah $60,930
Virginia $54,670
Vermont $56,680
Washington $78,040
Wisconsin $58,230
West Virginia $37,170

How do fire inspector salaries compare to similar careers?

Fire inspectors earn 8% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than detectives but more than recruiters.

Career Median Salary
Detective salary $83K
Urban planner salary $74K
Mail superintendent salary $77K
Arbitrator salary $64K
Underwriter salary $68K
Fire inspector salary $62K
Police officer salary $57K
Healthcare social worker salary $57K
Insurance appraiser salary $59K
Recruiter salary $55K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)