Statistician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Statistician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $84,120
Alabama $59,370
Arkansas $76,350
Arizona $79,350
California $92,360
Colorado $82,900
Connecticut $93,980
District of Columbia $106,670
Delaware $94,370
Florida $80,610
Georgia $92,650
Hawaii $67,090
Iowa $74,430
Idaho $103,610
Illinois $77,482
Indiana $70,160
Kansas $89,250
Kentucky $79,640
Louisiana $79,040
Massachusetts $101,020
Maryland $106,670
Maine $73,410
Michigan $78,300
Minnesota $92,690
Missouri $65,380
Mississippi $62,090
Montana $63,720
North Carolina $96,290
North Dakota $66,490
Nebraska $65,560
New Hampshire $74,650
New Jersey $112,180
New Mexico $78,270
Nevada $65,790
New York $90,500
Ohio $78,670
Oklahoma $55,940
Oregon $76,940
Pennsylvania $81,236
Puerto Rico $35,610
Rhode Island $80,430
South Carolina $65,940
Tennessee $66,690
Texas $79,650
Utah $70,300
Virginia $79,630
Vermont $65,960
Washington $98,070
Wisconsin $78,050
West Virginia $71,560

How do statistician salaries compare to similar careers?

Statisticians earn about the same as related careers in Connecticut. On average, they make less than loan officers but more than video game level editors.

Career Median Salary
Loan officer salary $89K
Computer hardware engineer salary $100K
Financial analyst salary $92K
Software engineer salary $100K
Business analyst salary $94K
Biostatistician salary $94K
Statistician salary $94K
Database administrator salary $100K
Video game creative director salary $100K
Video game level editor salary $100K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)