Hearing officer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Hearing officer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $101,250
Alabama $113,440
Arkansas $52,870
Arizona $96,060
California $128,360
Colorado $106,620
Connecticut $90,270
Delaware $49,080
Florida $104,700
Georgia $56,140
Hawaii $84,840
Iowa $110,980
Idaho $77,020
Illinois $83,770
Indiana $114,260
Kansas $106,120
Kentucky $43,190
Louisiana $57,120
Massachusetts $128,510
Maryland $101,010
Maine $51,240
Michigan $106,180
Minnesota $105,740
Missouri $127,660
Mississippi $116,630
Montana $62,930
North Carolina $104,690
Nebraska $37,660
New Hampshire $68,440
New Jersey $107,410
New Mexico $54,920
Nevada $71,860
New York $103,220
Ohio $94,470
Oklahoma $95,980
Oregon $71,640
Pennsylvania $85,770
Puerto Rico $75,840
Rhode Island $98,790
South Carolina $93,080
Tennessee $97,220
Texas $122,880
Utah $83,170
Virginia $84,280
Vermont $64,090
Washington $101,800
Wisconsin $109,030
West Virginia $65,350

How do hearing officer salaries compare to similar careers?

Hearing officers earn 19% more than similar careers in Iowa. On average, they make less than lawyers but more than special agents.

Career Median Salary
Lawyer salary $94K
Hearing officer salary $111K
Fish and game warden salary $70K
Judge salary $48K
Detective salary $67K
Special agent salary $67K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)