Sales representative earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Sales representative salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $50,997
Alabama $56,360
Arkansas $50,557
Arizona $44,744
California $60,330
Colorado $64,210
Connecticut $66,020
District of Columbia $69,680
Delaware $59,730
Florida $49,790
Georgia $55,260
Guam $23,960
Hawaii $50,458
Iowa $65,580
Idaho $60,555
Illinois $54,325
Indiana $61,528
Kansas $69,267
Kentucky $64,260
Louisiana $50,620
Massachusetts $79,240
Maryland $69,950
Maine $56,570
Michigan $63,820
Minnesota $63,380
Missouri $56,890
Mississippi $49,100
Montana $50,530
North Carolina $59,920
North Dakota $59,240
Nebraska $54,340
New Hampshire $62,300
New Jersey $67,350
New Mexico $53,750
Nevada $55,760
New York $72,297
Ohio $57,410
Oklahoma $47,810
Oregon $57,260
Pennsylvania $59,900
Puerto Rico $23,480
Rhode Island $64,310
South Carolina $54,390
South Dakota $59,390
Tennessee $51,570
Texas $69,231
Utah $53,540
Virginia $61,560
Virgin Islands $40,410
Vermont $59,810
Washington $62,250
Wisconsin $59,640
West Virginia $47,530
Wyoming $58,190

How do sales representative salaries compare to similar careers?

Sales representatives earn 11% less than similar careers in New Hampshire. On average, they make less than search marketing strategists but more than insurance sales agents.

Career Median Salary
Search marketing strategist salary $114K
Pharmaceutical sales representative salary $91K
Advertising manager salary $82K
Green product marketer salary $82K
Sales representative salary $62K
Online merchant salary $66K
Energy broker salary $61K
Market research analyst salary $62K
Cost estimator salary $65K
Insurance sales agent salary $58K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)