Range manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Range manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $92,270
Connecticut $95,130
New Jersey $85,520
Maryland $68,750
Puerto Rico $73,460
Oregon $71,640
California $73,460
Virginia $74,840
Minnesota $67,330
Massachusetts $68,030
New Hampshire $63,260
Arizona $70,720
Wyoming $71,410
Colorado $64,990
Arkansas $71,410
Georgia $64,270
Kansas $69,820
New Mexico $67,530
Tennessee $69,390
Hawaii $60,900
Kentucky $73,460
Idaho $63,840
Wisconsin $64,380
Nebraska $67,330
Washington $57,680
North Dakota $65,790
Montana $62,410
Oklahoma $65,290
Illinois $63,210
Utah $63,260
Michigan $60,720
Indiana $63,810
South Dakota $61,220
Maine $57,760
North Carolina $54,390
Nevada $61,230
Louisiana $57,580
Alabama $58,940
Texas $58,220
Missouri $52,790
Iowa $54,000
South Carolina $55,640
Ohio $52,770
Delaware $50,630
Pennsylvania $51,720
Vermont $50,920
Mississippi $50,090
West Virginia $40,840
Florida $27,810

How do range manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Range managers earn 7% less than similar careers in Colorado. On average, they make less than construction managers but more than foresters.

Career Median Salary
Construction manager salary $89K
Property manager salary $76K
Lodging manager salary $75K
Logistician salary $72K
Mail superintendent salary $71K
Range manager salary $65K
Park naturalist salary $65K
Landscape architect salary $67K
Office manager salary $63K
Forester salary $61K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)