Fire inspector earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Fire inspector salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $99,820
Iowa $97,360
Nevada $97,360
Ohio $97,300
Connecticut $79,350
Illinois $78,710
Minnesota $78,540
Massachusetts $78,330
Colorado $77,350
Missouri $76,730
California $72,730
New Hampshire $65,360
Maryland $65,020
Florida $64,600
New York $64,430
Louisiana $64,420
Oklahoma $62,770
New Jersey $62,090
Texas $61,970
Rhode Island $61,600
Alaska $61,210
Utah $61,190
Arizona $61,130
Tennessee $61,000
Virginia $61,000
Kentucky $60,500
North Carolina $60,220
Wisconsin $59,150
North Dakota $58,990
New Mexico $58,430
Michigan $58,180
Kansas $57,760
Arkansas $56,840
Vermont $56,680
Georgia $55,010
Pennsylvania $52,100
Delaware $52,000
Indiana $51,840
South Carolina $51,620
Wyoming $50,630
Alabama $47,850
Maine $47,580
Mississippi $47,300
West Virginia $46,790
Nebraska $45,130
Puerto Rico $32,770
Oregon $103,930
Idaho $102,540
Washington $100,330

How do fire inspector salaries compare to similar careers?

Fire inspectors earn about the same as related careers in Alabama. On average, they make less than real estate agents but more than police officers.

Career Median Salary
Real estate agent salary $48K
Insurance appraiser salary $47K
Interior designer salary $57K
Postal service worker salary $52K
Postal service clerk salary $52K
Fire inspector salary $48K
Locksmith salary $35K
Healthcare social worker salary $49K
Probation officer salary $48K
Police officer salary $48K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)