Hearing officer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Hearing officer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Hawaii $98,990
Florida $98,160
Arizona $97,360
Illinois $85,920
Pennsylvania $85,260
Utah $84,140
Virginia $83,990
Connecticut $81,110
Nevada $80,620
Mississippi $80,110
West Virginia $80,110
Ohio $77,290
Louisiana $75,360
Tennessee $71,120
Oregon $68,700
Puerto Rico $64,990
New Hampshire $64,500
Arkansas $63,050
Vermont $63,050
Montana $61,300
New Mexico $60,550
Georgia $53,970
Maine $53,040
Delaware $52,150
Idaho $49,490
Kentucky $43,310
Nebraska $37,660
Alabama $175,300
Missouri $145,120
Indiana $143,760
California $134,870
Massachusetts $131,210
Wisconsin $121,740
Rhode Island $119,680
Michigan $117,810
Colorado $114,480
North Carolina $113,630
New Jersey $113,570
Kansas $109,350
Iowa $107,490
Oklahoma $107,490
Minnesota $105,740
Washington $103,080
Alaska $102,550
Maryland $102,550
New York $102,550
Texas $101,840
South Carolina $101,340

How do hearing officer salaries compare to similar careers?

Hearing officers earn about the same as related careers in Nevada. On average, they make less than lawyers but more than police officers.

Career Median Salary
Lawyer salary $128K
Compliance manager salary $79K
Hearing officer salary $81K
Special agent salary $78K
Customs inspector salary $78K
Detective salary $78K
Police officer salary $76K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)