Human resources manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Human resources manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $97,079
Alabama $78,484
Arkansas $72,508
Arizona $69,645
California $132,280
Colorado $129,880
Connecticut $122,920
District of Columbia $157,250
Delaware $130,840
Florida $95,030
Georgia $111,470
Guam $59,780
Hawaii $90,680
Iowa $90,342
Idaho $81,672
Illinois $82,998
Indiana $72,309
Kansas $85,582
Kentucky $82,724
Louisiana $80,530
Massachusetts $123,750
Maryland $132,080
Maine $97,360
Michigan $103,390
Minnesota $109,950
Missouri $106,570
Mississippi $83,000
Montana $92,140
North Carolina $112,520
North Dakota $103,890
Nebraska $98,760
New Hampshire $125,800
New Jersey $169,040
New Mexico $94,660
Nevada $105,950
New York $150,280
Ohio $109,630
Oklahoma $86,930
Oregon $97,030
Pennsylvania $81,723
Puerto Rico $56,990
Rhode Island $143,910
South Carolina $95,850
South Dakota $91,530
Tennessee $89,730
Texas $123,465
Utah $95,140
Virginia $130,970
Virgin Islands $102,680
Vermont $92,950
Washington $123,150
Wisconsin $109,110
West Virginia $92,270
Wyoming $89,790

How do human resources manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Human resources managers earn 6% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than purchasing managers but more than sales managers.

Career Median Salary
Purchasing manager salary $91K
Operations manager salary $81K
Construction manager salary $89K
Marketing manager salary $80K
Consultant salary $78K
Human resources manager salary $74K
Aquacultural manager salary $71K
Mail superintendent salary $77K
Farm manager salary $66K
Sales manager salary $63K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)