What is the salary of a Money Manager?

The average salary of a Money Manager in United States is $99,920. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

Senior

The top 25% of Money Managers in United States earn:

$124,680
Experienced

The middle 50% of Money Managers in United States earn:

$75,320
Junior

The bottom 25% of Money Managers in United States earn:

$49,410
Starting

The bottom 10% of Money Managers in United States earn:

$33,190

Historical salary

Money Manager salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Connecticut 136,680 1
New York 133,110 2
Massachusetts 130,400 3
Georgia 114,470 4
Tennessee 113,370 5
Washington 112,320 6
Kansas 110,730 7
District of Columbia 108,660 8
Virginia 107,900 9
North Carolina 107,580 10
Pennsylvania 102,990 11
Alabama 101,700 12
Maine 100,030 13
United States 99,920 14
California 99,910 15
Colorado 99,790 16
Indiana 96,880 17
New Jersey 96,770 18
Maryland 96,470 19
Hawaii 94,510 20
New Mexico 94,110 21
Florida 92,390 22
Nebraska 90,860 23
Oregon 90,200 24
Delaware 89,860 25
Texas 88,310 26
Minnesota 88,260 27
Illinois 87,820 28
Wyoming 86,220 29
New Hampshire 84,750 30
Nevada 83,190 31
Utah 83,100 32
Michigan 81,790 33
South Carolina 81,490 34
Vermont 81,270 35
Ohio 79,910 36
Alaska 79,180 37
Iowa 77,940 38
Idaho 77,110 39
West Virginia 77,000 40
Arkansas 73,450 41
Kentucky 72,810 42
Louisiana 70,670 43
Arizona 67,630 44
Wisconsin 65,790 45
Oklahoma 64,080 46
Mississippi 63,120 47
South Dakota 62,540 48
Puerto Rico 47,140 49

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