Treasurer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Treasurer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Arkansas $99,510
New Mexico $99,510
Nevada $98,380
Idaho $98,310
West Virginia $94,930
Mississippi $80,330
Virgin Islands, U.S. $80,330
Guam $76,820
Puerto Rico $74,360
New York $205,800
New Jersey $164,440
Delaware $163,360
District of Columbia $163,340
Colorado $161,970
Rhode Island $159,970
Virginia $157,860
California $156,600
Massachusetts $152,310
Washington $152,110
Connecticut $151,440
North Carolina $151,440
Maryland $138,860
Texas $133,900
Pennsylvania $131,410
South Dakota $131,200
Georgia $129,150
Illinois $127,690
Wisconsin $127,620
Minnesota $127,360
Missouri $127,000
New Hampshire $126,670
Kansas $126,630
Ohio $126,440
Maine $126,230
Arizona $125,990
Michigan $125,770
Florida $125,760
North Dakota $125,730
Oregon $125,020
Nebraska $121,490
Alabama $120,230
South Carolina $120,110
Tennessee $119,620
Utah $119,320
Indiana $118,770
Oklahoma $116,050
Hawaii $103,030
Alaska $103,020
Iowa $102,630
Montana $102,620
Kentucky $102,580
Louisiana $102,140
Wyoming $101,880
Vermont $101,860

How do treasurer salaries compare to similar careers?

Treasurers earn 15% more than similar careers in Colorado. On average, they make more than actuaries.

Career Median Salary
Treasurer salary $162K
Bank manager salary $162K
Investment fund manager salary $148K
Actuary salary $96K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)