Securities and commodities broker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Securities and commodities broker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $61,870
Alabama $55,420
Arkansas $53,772
Arizona $48,949
California $54,370
Colorado $56,590
Connecticut $82,890
District of Columbia $65,150
Delaware $71,650
Florida $57,300
Georgia $53,160
Hawaii $85,660
Iowa $50,030
Idaho $40,360
Illinois $91,640
Indiana $62,130
Kansas $107,500
Kentucky $58,160
Louisiana $45,900
Massachusetts $72,610
Maryland $63,310
Maine $56,540
Michigan $51,070
Minnesota $79,350
Missouri $56,390
Mississippi $48,980
Montana $50,470
North Carolina $62,360
North Dakota $61,330
Nebraska $60,560
New Hampshire $69,050
New Jersey $71,590
New Mexico $44,120
Nevada $48,940
New York $140,300
Ohio $57,630
Oklahoma $45,260
Oregon $47,570
Pennsylvania $86,970
Puerto Rico $25,270
Rhode Island $70,210
South Carolina $49,240
South Dakota $91,800
Tennessee $51,550
Texas $54,070
Utah $53,750
Virginia $62,780
Vermont $72,900
Washington $52,780
Wisconsin $58,060
West Virginia $49,160
Wyoming $41,040

How do securities and commodities broker salaries compare to similar careers?

Securities and commodities brokers earn about the same as related careers in District of Columbia. On average, they make less than risk management specialists but more than accountants.

Career Median Salary
Risk management specialist salary $103K
Financial quantitative analyst salary $103K
Fraud analyst salary $103K
Business analyst salary $103K
Statistician salary $107K
Securities and commodities broker salary $65K
Stock trader salary $65K
Financial analyst salary $91K
Budget analyst salary $100K
Accountant salary $92K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)