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

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

Securities and commodities brokers earn 18% less than similar careers in Wyoming. On average, they make less than financial managers but more than auditors.

Career Median Salary
Financial manager salary $98K
Treasurer salary $98K
Investment fund manager salary $98K
Business analyst salary $80K
Cost estimator salary $74K
Securities and commodities broker salary $41K
Stock trader salary $41K
Loan officer salary $62K
Budget analyst salary $67K
Auditor salary $61K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)