Humanitarian earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Humanitarian salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $60,360
North Dakota $46,750
California $46,370
Alaska $45,050
Connecticut $42,330
Wisconsin $41,950
Oregon $41,920
Minnesota $39,780
Washington $38,720
New York $38,390
New Jersey $38,320
Rhode Island $38,320
Maine $38,120
Colorado $38,110
New Mexico $38,000
Nevada $37,760
Illinois $37,610
Florida $37,250
Pennsylvania $37,080
Hawaii $37,010
Massachusetts $37,000
Maryland $37,000
Texas $37,000
Wyoming $36,920
New Hampshire $36,910
Arizona $36,900
Vermont $36,830
Ohio $36,750
Iowa $36,730
Idaho $36,700
North Carolina $36,700
Kansas $36,360
West Virginia $36,360
Virgin Islands, U.S. $36,330
Virginia $35,770
South Carolina $35,420
Indiana $35,030
Delaware $34,380
Oklahoma $33,990
Utah $33,030
Michigan $31,010
Nebraska $30,990
Kentucky $30,690
Arkansas $30,460
Missouri $30,440
Tennessee $30,440
South Dakota $29,600
Georgia $29,580
Montana $29,530
Louisiana $29,430
Alabama $29,370
Guam $29,100
Mississippi $28,830
Puerto Rico $23,710

How do humanitarian salaries compare to similar careers?

Humanitarians earn 34% less than similar careers in Maine. On average, they make less than scientists.

Career Median Salary
Scientist salary $76K
Neuropsychologist salary $73K
Curator salary $51K
Archivist salary $50K
Museum conservator salary $48K
Humanitarian salary $38K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)