Producer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Producer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New York $115,610
California $97,550
Illinois $68,873
Pennsylvania $76,050
New Jersey $75,830
District of Columbia $82,150
Connecticut $70,380
Georgia $73,470
Kansas $56,680
Maryland $75,620
New Mexico $54,030
North Carolina $59,660
Hawaii $70,120
Minnesota $65,770
Washington $64,400
Florida $60,320
Massachusetts $61,810
Virginia $65,140
Texas $61,790
Kentucky $60,530
Colorado $58,830
Oregon $58,040
Utah $55,940
Idaho $55,600
Nevada $60,510
Michigan $55,830
Rhode Island $60,020
Missouri $55,380
Tennessee $52,070
Alaska $58,940
Ohio $53,190
New Hampshire $53,570
Delaware $53,300
Vermont $52,220
Arkansas $51,650
South Carolina $47,510
Wisconsin $51,740
Louisiana $55,690
South Dakota $53,200
Oklahoma $49,080
Alabama $48,624
Iowa $46,614
Arizona $49,790
Montana $45,720
Nebraska $46,940
Maine $46,690
Puerto Rico $43,260
Indiana $43,230
Wyoming $43,570
Mississippi $41,050
North Dakota $42,480

How do producer salaries compare to similar careers?

Producers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than news anchors but more than cinematographers.

Career Median Salary
News anchor salary $67K
Talent agent salary $66K
Talent director salary $72K
Filmmaker salary $73K
Producer salary $72K
Film director salary $72K
Television writer salary $62K
Film and video editor salary $60K
Cinematographer salary $40K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)