Teller earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Teller salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $28,292
Alabama $23,986
Arkansas $24,580
Arizona $24,753
California $31,030
Colorado $29,600
Connecticut $31,500
District of Columbia $34,420
Delaware $30,430
Florida $32,140
Georgia $30,250
Guam $24,360
Hawaii $29,154
Iowa $25,776
Idaho $26,390
Illinois $29,198
Indiana $24,233
Kansas $23,519
Kentucky $27,770
Louisiana $27,610
Massachusetts $32,860
Maryland $32,090
Maine $29,700
Michigan $30,150
Minnesota $29,580
Missouri $26,670
Mississippi $26,700
Montana $28,400
North Carolina $31,240
North Dakota $30,500
Nebraska $28,590
New Hampshire $29,610
New Jersey $32,020
New Mexico $26,950
Nevada $29,490
New York $31,680
Ohio $28,340
Oklahoma $25,130
Oregon $30,190
Pennsylvania $29,933
Puerto Rico $19,880
Rhode Island $30,310
South Carolina $29,960
South Dakota $27,170
Tennessee $27,530
Texas $27,056
Utah $27,200
Virginia $30,710
Virgin Islands $25,280
Vermont $30,170
Washington $32,970
Wisconsin $28,490
West Virginia $25,110
Wyoming $28,600

How do teller salaries compare to similar careers?

Tellers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than office clerks but more than security guards.

Career Median Salary
Office clerk salary $29K
Painting, coating & decorating worker salary $29K
Shoemaker salary $30K
Customer service representative salary $29K
Nail technician salary $30K
Teller salary $29K
Hairdresser salary $29K
Concierge salary $28K
Florist salary $27K
Security guard salary $27K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)