Supply chain manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Supply chain manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $141,320
California $129,300
New Jersey $127,510
Colorado $127,750
Virginia $130,590
Delaware $124,710
Massachusetts $120,100
Connecticut $118,140
Pennsylvania $115,887
Minnesota $118,410
Washington $116,700
Iowa $101,360
New York $109,910
New Hampshire $118,520
Texas $113,510
Maryland $119,900
North Carolina $113,560
Kansas $102,560
Alaska $109,730
Georgia $109,920
Hawaii $93,760
Rhode Island $114,950
Illinois $88,061
North Dakota $103,020
Arizona $93,983
Ohio $97,600
Alabama $101,560
Vermont $101,790
Oklahoma $98,270
Utah $92,070
Nevada $94,460
Nebraska $96,360
South Carolina $98,620
Wyoming $98,210
Florida $90,740
South Dakota $98,480
Michigan $95,390
Missouri $93,580
Maine $92,110
New Mexico $94,930
Oregon $89,200
Kentucky $89,310
Louisiana $79,900
Idaho $79,330
Wisconsin $75,630
Indiana $71,560
Arkansas $75,190
Tennessee $74,130
Mississippi $72,130
Guam $67,730
West Virginia $69,210
Montana $74,270
Virgin Islands $60,090
Puerto Rico $55,990

How do supply chain manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Supply chain managers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than financial managers but more than industrial production managers.

Career Median Salary
Financial manager salary $117K
Compensation and benefits manager salary $121K
Fundraising manager salary $115K
Compliance manager salary $107K
Purchasing manager salary $109K
Investment fund manager salary $107K
Supply chain manager salary $107K
Marketing manager salary $100K
Biomass power plant manager salary $103K
Industrial production manager salary $103K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)