Risk management specialist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Risk management specialist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Maryland $87,190
New York $81,960
Connecticut $81,090
Virginia $80,950
New Jersey $80,510
Ohio $80,290
Colorado $79,830
Oregon $79,030
Rhode Island $78,870
Indiana $78,120
Pennsylvania $78,080
Massachusetts $77,740
South Carolina $77,560
Hawaii $77,450
Illinois $77,450
California $77,420
North Carolina $76,570
Alaska $76,540
Utah $76,450
Michigan $75,560
North Dakota $75,420
Georgia $75,090
Minnesota $74,670
Alabama $73,510
Delaware $73,080
Guam $71,410
West Virginia $71,240
Washington $70,800
Arizona $69,200
New Hampshire $68,870
Oklahoma $66,790
Maine $63,830
Vermont $63,470
New Mexico $62,710
Montana $62,340
Texas $61,570
Missouri $61,170
Iowa $60,970
Arkansas $60,830
Tennessee $60,390
Louisiana $57,760
Nebraska $55,390
Kentucky $53,410
Wyoming $53,410
Idaho $50,990
Wisconsin $50,120
Mississippi $49,490
South Dakota $48,300
Florida $48,270
Kansas $48,060
Nevada $39,780
Puerto Rico $30,470
District of Columbia $107,540

How do risk management specialist salaries compare to similar careers?

Risk management specialists earn 7% less than similar careers in Illinois. On average, they make less than business analysts but more than securities and commodities brokers.

Career Median Salary
Business analyst salary $102K
Statistician salary $98K
Financial analyst salary $83K
Operations research analyst salary $99K
Consultant salary $81K
Investment banker salary $77K
Financial quantitative analyst salary $77K
Fraud analyst salary $77K
Risk management specialist salary $77K
Securities and commodities broker salary $72K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)