Insurance appraiser earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Insurance appraiser salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Connecticut $82,690
New York $81,410
Hawaii $79,920
New Jersey $78,860
Utah $78,480
Oregon $78,470
California $77,940
Washington $77,230
Massachusetts $76,750
New Mexico $76,600
Pennsylvania $76,550
Georgia $76,450
Nevada $76,090
Tennessee $75,660
Maine $73,320
Maryland $73,190
Montana $67,870
Missouri $66,350
North Carolina $65,730
West Virginia $64,300
Rhode Island $63,960
Virginia $63,960
Colorado $63,640
Indiana $63,240
Michigan $63,230
Ohio $62,680
Florida $62,320
South Carolina $62,310
Kansas $62,228
Minnesota $62,110
Mississippi $61,800
Arizona $61,570
South Dakota $60,510
Texas $60,360
New Hampshire $60,160
Louisiana $59,570
Kentucky $59,260
Arkansas $56,730
Nebraska $56,490
Oklahoma $54,450
Wisconsin $52,930
Illinois $52,060
Iowa $47,750
Alabama $46,950
Puerto Rico $45,500

How do insurance appraiser salaries compare to similar careers?

Insurance appraisers earn about the same as related careers in Wisconsin. On average, they make less than detectives but more than fire inspectors.

Career Median Salary
Detective salary $82K
Mail superintendent salary $79K
Insurance sales agent salary $74K
Urban planner salary $76K
Police officer salary $72K
Insurance appraiser salary $53K
Arbitrator salary $59K
Recruiter salary $61K
Executive assistant salary $61K
Fire inspector salary $59K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)