Humanitarian earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Humanitarian salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $43,250
California $39,980
Connecticut $38,180
Alaska $38,260
Washington $37,960
Oregon $37,340
Wisconsin $34,780
New York $35,020
North Dakota $35,440
Nevada $35,550
Hawaii $35,680
New Jersey $34,960
Colorado $35,080
Minnesota $34,870
Texas $35,360
Maryland $33,100
Vermont $34,120
Massachusetts $30,660
Rhode Island $34,150
Iowa $32,620
Maine $34,730
Wyoming $32,620
Ohio $32,340
Pennsylvania $33,900
Florida $31,630
New Mexico $32,500
Kansas $33,730
Delaware $32,110
Virginia $30,900
New Hampshire $32,500
Idaho $33,590
Tennessee $31,330
Illinois $29,950
Guam $30,240
South Carolina $28,400
Michigan $29,010
Virgin Islands $28,000
Indiana $29,970
North Carolina $29,220
West Virginia $29,790
Montana $29,010
Arkansas $28,520
Louisiana $28,270
Kentucky $27,580
Missouri $28,400
Oklahoma $27,950
Georgia $27,530
Utah $26,300
Alabama $27,630
Mississippi $26,030
Nebraska $27,380
South Dakota $24,060
Puerto Rico $22,800

How do humanitarian salaries compare to similar careers?

Humanitarians earn 16% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than archaeologists but more than curators.

Career Median Salary
Archaeologist salary $62K
Scientist salary $38K
Embalmer salary $44K
Museum conservator salary $33K
Historian salary $36K
Humanitarian salary $30K
Archivist salary $34K
Curator salary $33K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)