How much does a Money Manager make in the United States?

Average Money Manager Yearly Salary in the United States

Money Managers earn an average yearly salary of $93,258. Salaries typically start from $25,000 and go up to $250,000.

Average Money Manager Hourly Wage in the United States

Money Managers earn an average hourly wage of $44.84. Hourly wages typically start from $12.02 and go up to $120.19.

Source: Sokanu (Aggregated)

These numbers may vary depending on several factors, like level of education, amount of experience, industry, company size and location.

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Employment Type Mix

81%
Full-Time
19%
Part-Time

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Salary Satisfaction

3.7
SCORE
75
RATINGS
Money Managers average a score of 3.7 out of 5 on our salary satisfaction scale. This places Money Managers in the 95th percentile of salary satisfaction.

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Money Manager Earnings by Seniority

Top End Money Manager Earnings

The highest earning Money Managers in the United States earn:

$120.19
an hour
$250,000
per year
Senior Money Manager Earnings

Senior Money Managers in the United States earn:

$66.11
an hour
$137,500
per year
Experienced Money Manager Earnings

Experienced Money Managers in the United States earn:

$25.00
an hour
$52,000
per year
Junior Money Manager Earnings

Junior Money Managers in the United States earn:

$16.00
an hour
$33,280
per year
Starting Money Manager Earnings

Starting Money Managers in the United States earn:

$12.02
an hour
$25,000
per year

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

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Money Manager Salary Comparison

Money Managers earn more than 73% percent of similar careers in the United States.

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Source: Sokanu (Aggregated)