Investment fund manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Investment fund manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $109,730
Alabama $101,560
Arkansas $75,190
Arizona $98,540
California $129,300
Colorado $127,750
Connecticut $118,140
District of Columbia $141,320
Delaware $124,710
Florida $90,740
Georgia $109,920
Guam $67,730
Hawaii $94,460
Iowa $90,210
Idaho $79,330
Illinois $79,560
Indiana $71,560
Kansas $96,210
Kentucky $89,310
Louisiana $79,900
Massachusetts $120,100
Maryland $119,900
Maine $92,110
Michigan $95,390
Minnesota $118,410
Missouri $93,580
Mississippi $72,130
Montana $74,270
North Carolina $113,560
North Dakota $103,020
Nebraska $96,360
New Hampshire $118,520
New Jersey $127,510
New Mexico $94,930
Nevada $94,460
New York $109,910
Ohio $97,600
Oklahoma $98,270
Oregon $89,200
Pennsylvania $116,820
Puerto Rico $55,990
Rhode Island $114,950
South Carolina $98,620
South Dakota $98,480
Tennessee $74,130
Texas $113,510
Utah $92,070
Virginia $130,590
Virgin Islands $60,090
Vermont $101,790
Washington $116,700
Wisconsin $75,630
West Virginia $69,210
Wyoming $98,210

How do investment fund manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Investment fund managers earn 7% less than similar careers in Montana. On average, they make less than health services managers but more than credit analysts.

Career Median Salary
Health services manager salary $87K
Construction manager salary $83K
Stock trader salary $50K
Securities and commodities broker salary $50K
Fundraising manager salary $72K
Investment fund manager salary $74K
Compliance manager salary $74K
Supply chain manager salary $74K
Business analyst salary $67K
Credit analyst salary $65K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)