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
Kansas $99,570
Maine $98,750
Oregon $98,520
Kentucky $98,360
Wyoming $98,280
Georgia $98,130
Nebraska $98,120
South Dakota $97,680
Alabama $95,200
Utah $94,940
Virgin Islands, U.S. $94,690
Wisconsin $94,690
Oklahoma $91,070
Louisiana $80,720
Guam $79,840
Montana $79,840
Nevada $79,220
Arkansas $77,940
Mississippi $77,230
Tennessee $75,090
Idaho $73,230
Indiana $62,620
Puerto Rico $62,320
New Jersey $159,890
Delaware $151,720
California $151,370
District of Columbia $150,890
Colorado $147,840
Massachusetts $139,650
Virginia $138,730
New York $131,710
Maryland $131,440
Rhode Island $131,130
Washington $128,930
Texas $127,240
Pennsylvania $127,160
Connecticut $127,150
New Hampshire $126,830
West Virginia $124,430
Minnesota $122,070
Illinois $120,920
North Carolina $120,240
Arizona $111,740
North Dakota $110,550
Hawaii $107,660
Vermont $105,270
Alaska $103,040
Iowa $103,030
Missouri $103,030
Ohio $102,780
South Carolina $102,180
New Mexico $101,880
Michigan $101,130
Florida $100,190

How do supply chain manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Supply chain managers earn 8% less than similar careers in Arkansas. On average, they make less than industrial production managers but more than operations managers.

Career Median Salary
Industrial production manager salary $99K
Biofuels production manager salary $99K
Biomass power plant manager salary $99K
Advertising manager salary $100K
Human resources manager salary $98K
Investment fund manager salary $78K
Supply chain manager salary $78K
Compliance manager salary $78K
Health services manager salary $78K
Operations manager salary $64K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)