Sports scout earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Sports scout salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $52,180
New York $46,650
Louisiana $33,700
Texas $44,430
New Jersey $45,550
Mississippi $37,400
South Carolina $38,980
Massachusetts $38,750
Arizona $40,150
West Virginia $40,640
Arkansas $32,800
Michigan $35,580
Tennessee $33,120
North Carolina $34,990
Rhode Island $37,670
Illinois $38,760
Alaska $37,920
Florida $35,610
California $39,750
Georgia $34,370
Minnesota $37,760
Alabama $29,880
Maryland $34,040
Wyoming $35,700
Washington $35,430
Oklahoma $31,470
Virginia $33,070
Missouri $28,420
Hawaii $35,790
Pennsylvania $31,760
Connecticut $34,590
Oregon $30,250
Nebraska $27,940
Delaware $25,590
Ohio $26,360
New Hampshire $31,330
Kentucky $28,260
Colorado $28,080
Utah $24,900
Indiana $26,180
Vermont $29,200
Nevada $27,870
Kansas $19,330
Iowa $30,960
South Dakota $31,640
North Dakota $25,520
Wisconsin $24,010
Idaho $21,430
Maine $20,820
Montana $20,720
Puerto Rico $20,890

How do sports scout salaries compare to similar careers?

Sports scouts earn 6% more than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than exercise physiologists but more than equestrians.

Career Median Salary
Exercise physiologist salary $49K
Athletic trainer salary $48K
Golf pro salary $36K
Fitness trainer salary $40K
Ski patroller salary $29K
Sports scout salary $34K
Personal trainer salary $35K
Coach salary $26K
Sports referee salary $28K
Equestrian salary $22K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)