Fraud analyst earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Fraud analyst salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $60,720
Alabama $72,500
Arkansas $37,970
Arizona $61,814
California $72,620
Colorado $74,680
Connecticut $73,560
District of Columbia $103,300
Delaware $72,370
Florida $62,400
Georgia $73,370
Guam $71,410
Hawaii $74,950
Iowa $69,480
Idaho $50,990
Illinois $86,786
Indiana $65,780
Kansas $51,780
Kentucky $51,350
Louisiana $55,490
Massachusetts $81,120
Maryland $71,230
Maine $62,200
Michigan $59,420
Minnesota $65,470
Missouri $69,570
Mississippi $59,120
Montana $63,940
North Carolina $67,040
North Dakota $69,040
Nebraska $72,600
New Hampshire $77,300
New Jersey $77,080
New Mexico $58,590
Nevada $54,230
New York $81,800
Ohio $75,670
Oklahoma $68,660
Oregon $69,580
Pennsylvania $74,880
Puerto Rico $28,790
Rhode Island $69,910
South Carolina $65,300
South Dakota $48,300
Tennessee $57,100
Texas $62,900
Utah $64,980
Virginia $82,900
Vermont $69,530
Washington $65,840
Wisconsin $53,960
West Virginia $67,330
Wyoming $58,420

How do fraud analyst salaries compare to similar careers?

Fraud analysts earn 7% less than similar careers in Colorado. On average, they make less than financial analysts but more than budget analysts.

Career Median Salary
Financial analyst salary $90K
Financial advisor salary $85K
Business analyst salary $87K
Operations research analyst salary $84K
Statistician salary $83K
Risk management specialist salary $75K
Fraud analyst salary $75K
Investment banker salary $75K
Financial quantitative analyst salary $75K
Budget analyst salary $80K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)