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 about the same as related careers in North Carolina. On average, they make less than insurance sales agents but more than cost estimators.

Career Median Salary
Insurance sales agent salary $69K
Search marketing strategist salary $87K
Real estate agent salary $60K
Talent agent salary $59K
Online merchant salary $68K
Sales representative salary $60K
Market research analyst salary $62K
Recruiter salary $59K
Public relations specialist salary $59K
Cost estimator salary $60K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)