Operations manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Operations manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $92,646
Alabama $85,021
Arkansas $64,040
Arizona $67,351
California $113,073
Colorado $107,140
Connecticut $131,310
District of Columbia $140,990
Delaware $125,970
Florida $112,600
Georgia $92,450
Guam $53,620
Hawaii $99,510
Iowa $96,106
Idaho $75,389
Illinois $94,760
Indiana $103,370
Kansas $89,893
Kentucky $81,768
Louisiana $92,600
Massachusetts $135,820
Maryland $119,460
Maine $81,410
Michigan $101,270
Minnesota $93,540
Missouri $81,500
Mississippi $59,800
Montana $84,590
North Carolina $131,600
North Dakota $86,320
Nebraska $78,610
New Hampshire $101,840
New Jersey $140,130
New Mexico $85,950
Nevada $103,010
New York $156,260
Ohio $96,110
Oklahoma $82,180
Oregon $85,290
Pennsylvania $95,061
Puerto Rico $66,310
Rhode Island $134,840
South Carolina $82,130
South Dakota $111,600
Tennessee $87,980
Texas $125,870
Utah $66,670
Virginia $124,990
Virgin Islands $59,330
Vermont $77,700
Washington $104,160
Wisconsin $104,990
West Virginia $71,540
Wyoming $89,830

How do operations manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Operations managers earn 6% more than similar careers in Vermont. On average, they make less than human resources managers but more than logisticians.

Career Median Salary
Human resources manager salary $93K
Health services manager salary $87K
Fundraising manager salary $89K
Purchasing manager salary $103K
Natural sciences manager salary $93K
Operations manager salary $78K
Construction manager salary $87K
IT manager salary $71K
Mail superintendent salary $68K
Logistician salary $66K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)