Fitness trainer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Fitness trainer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Hawaii $49,948
New York $54,950
Massachusetts $54,770
Illinois $46,794
District of Columbia $47,380
Washington $50,920
New Jersey $53,290
Connecticut $54,030
California $48,740
Maine $41,070
Florida $40,790
Colorado $43,140
Maryland $43,650
Vermont $41,290
Georgia $42,730
Rhode Island $40,200
Arkansas $38,380
Kansas $36,986
Minnesota $40,730
Tennessee $40,330
Nevada $40,090
Kentucky $36,453
Utah $38,170
Virginia $40,120
Pennsylvania $35,705
New Hampshire $41,990
Oregon $35,920
Arizona $36,744
Alaska $40,030
New Mexico $37,240
Texas $35,910
Delaware $33,870
Idaho $34,522
Michigan $35,110
North Carolina $34,310
Iowa $32,880
Missouri $29,120
Indiana $31,938
Oklahoma $34,990
Alabama $35,060
Wyoming $34,330
South Carolina $33,670
Montana $33,550
West Virginia $32,960
Ohio $26,550
Nebraska $30,340
Louisiana $27,390
Mississippi $29,300
Wisconsin $28,270
South Dakota $29,420
North Dakota $31,310
Puerto Rico $19,190

How do fitness trainer salaries compare to similar careers?

Fitness trainers earn 6% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than athletes but more than coaches.

Career Median Salary
Athlete salary $51K
Sports broadcaster salary $40K
Exercise physiologist salary $49K
Athletic trainer salary $48K
Golf pro salary $36K
Fitness trainer salary $40K
Ski patroller salary $29K
Sports scout salary $34K
Personal trainer salary $35K
Coach salary $26K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)