Purchasing manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Purchasing manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $112,420
Alabama $107,760
Arkansas $93,240
Arizona $100,760
California $134,110
Colorado $134,820
Connecticut $114,730
District of Columbia $137,510
Delaware $138,690
Florida $112,573
Georgia $115,340
Guam $50,800
Hawaii $106,470
Iowa $93,647
Idaho $83,943
Illinois $83,378
Indiana $90,948
Kansas $104,740
Kentucky $112,350
Louisiana $86,690
Massachusetts $121,980
Maryland $135,730
Maine $105,260
Michigan $112,010
Minnesota $111,920
Missouri $123,840
Mississippi $88,310
Montana $102,050
North Carolina $109,710
North Dakota $115,120
Nebraska $99,540
New Hampshire $119,760
New Jersey $150,840
New Mexico $114,470
Nevada $101,160
New York $133,640
Ohio $116,820
Oklahoma $95,790
Oregon $98,800
Pennsylvania $79,667
Puerto Rico $64,770
Rhode Island $125,880
South Carolina $99,760
South Dakota $118,220
Tennessee $94,600
Texas $123,470
Utah $95,800
Virginia $133,430
Vermont $103,120
Washington $130,890
Wisconsin $99,650
West Virginia $121,940
Wyoming $100,650

How do purchasing manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Purchasing managers earn about the same as related careers in Pennsylvania. On average, they make less than consultants but more than property managers.

Career Median Salary
Consultant salary $69K
Fundraising manager salary $82K
Aquacultural manager salary $91K
Human resources manager salary $82K
Sales manager salary $74K
Purchasing manager salary $80K
Marketing manager salary $73K
Project manager salary $63K
Farm manager salary $75K
Property manager salary $68K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)