Financial Analyst Salary in United States

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What is the average salary for a Financial Analyst?

The average salary of a Financial Analyst in United States is $91,620. Salaries start from $48,100 and go up to $152,420. Please note that the average salary for a Financial Analyst may vary depending on several factors, like level of education, amount of experience, industry, company size and location. Our source, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, produces some of the United States most sensitive and important economic information, which is based on their strongest commitment to accuracy, quality and integrity.

$0 $152,420
Starting ($48.1k)
Junior ($60.0k)
Experienced ($78.4k)
Senior ($106.5k)
Highest ($152.4k)
Highest

The top 10% of Financial Analysts in United States earn:

$152,420
Senior

The top 25% of Financial Analysts in United States earn:

$106,470
Experienced

The middle 50% of Financial Analysts in United States earn:

$78,380
Junior

The bottom 25% of Financial Analysts in United States earn:

$60,010
Starting

The bottom 10% of Financial Analysts in United States earn:

$48,100

Historical salary

Financial Analyst salary by state

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State Salary Rank
New York 120,060 1
Oregon 106,990 2
California 102,630 3
Connecticut 102,460 4
Massachusetts 101,500 5
District of Columbia 100,510 6
Alaska 98,370 7
Alabama 93,970 8
New Jersey 92,370 9
Virginia 92,330 10
United States 91,620 11
Texas 89,600 12
Vermont 88,910 13
Colorado 88,650 14
Delaware 87,330 15
Wyoming 86,970 16
Maryland 86,440 17
Georgia 82,060 18
Washington 81,560 19
Illinois 81,330 20
Missouri 80,540 21
Tennessee 79,800 22
Louisiana 79,110 23
Utah 78,890 24
North Carolina 78,630 25
New Hampshire 78,350 26
Ohio 77,480 27
Minnesota 77,120 28
Montana 76,550 29
Kansas 76,500 30
Pennsylvania 76,120 31
Iowa 75,630 32
Wisconsin 75,510 33
Arizona 74,800 34
Indiana 74,760 35
Michigan 74,500 36
Arkansas 74,420 37
Florida 73,900 38
Idaho 73,870 39
North Dakota 73,510 40
Hawaii 72,780 41
Rhode Island 72,750 42
New Mexico 71,820 43
Nevada 71,370 44
Maine 71,020 45
Oklahoma 69,830 46
Nebraska 69,550 47
Mississippi 67,310 48
South Dakota 63,760 49
Kentucky 63,060 50
South Carolina 62,360 51
Puerto Rico 54,360 52
West Virginia 53,570 53
Virgin Islands 47,350 54

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