What is the salary of a Motion Picture Producer?

The average salary of a Motion Picture Producer in United States is $90,240. Salaries start from around $31,650 and go up to $187,040. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

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$187,040
Starting ($31.7k)
Junior ($45.1k)
Experienced ($69.5k)
Senior ($111.4k)
Highest ($187.0k)
Highest

The top 10% of Motion Picture Producers in United States earn:

$187,040
Senior

The top 25% of Motion Picture Producers in United States earn:

$111,380
Experienced

The middle 50% of Motion Picture Producers in United States earn:

$69,480
Junior

The bottom 25% of Motion Picture Producers in United States earn:

$45,070
Starting

The bottom 10% of Motion Picture Producers in United States earn:

$31,650

Historical salary

Motion Picture Producer salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Alabama 50,900 39
Alaska 52,100 38
Arizona 52,500 37
Arkansas 57,100 28
California 122,200 1
Colorado 60,400 22
Connecticut 92,700 3
Delaware 60,900 20
District of Columbia 84,800 4
Florida 71,300 10
Georgia 61,900 18
Idaho 43,900 48
Illinois 70,500 11
Indiana 54,900 33
Iowa 49,200 41
Kansas 58,700 25
Kentucky 46,300 45
Louisiana 74,200 6
Maine 39,500 49
Maryland 70,300 12
Massachusetts 67,000 13
Michigan 59,100 23
Minnesota 64,900 15
Mississippi 44,700 47
Missouri 55,800 31
Montana 47,400 44
Nebraska 48,700 43
Nevada 72,600 8
New Hampshire 54,600 35
New Jersey 82,100 5
New Mexico 58,800 24
New York 113,100 2
North Carolina 57,800 26
North Dakota 66,900 14
Ohio 54,500 36
Oklahoma 55,500 32
Oregon 62,400 17
Pennsylvania 73,700 7
Rhode Island 57,000 29
South Carolina 61,300 19
South Dakota 49,900 40
Texas 54,800 34
Utah 56,200 30
Vermont 49,000 42
Virginia 71,900 9
Washington 64,000 16
West Virginia 38,100 50
Wisconsin 60,600 21
Wyoming 57,800 26
Puerto Rico 44,800 46

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