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Highest Paying States for Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists

The highest paying states for compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists (ranked by average annual salary) are listed in Table 1. The entry level salary (as measured by the salary of the lowest 10% paid earners) and the number of employment of compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists in those states are also shown in the table. As shown in the table, with an annual salary of $82,400, District of Columbia is the highest paying state for compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists. It is followed by New Jersey (average annual salary $72,930). The salary and employment information is computed from data published by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) in April 2018 [1]. For more salary information of compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists in a specific state, use the links in the table.

Table 1. Highest Paying States for Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists

Rank State Average Salary i Entry Level
Salary i
# of
Empl. i
1 District of Columbia
$82,400
$56,080 550
2 New Jersey
$72,930
$45,690 2,060
3 New York
$72,460
$45,380 8,970
4 Maryland
$71,520
$44,520 1,780
5 Connecticut
$70,170
$47,930 1,060
6 California
$70,030
$46,540 10,590
7 Massachusetts
$69,580
$39,030 1,850
8 Minnesota
$69,200
$47,520 1,680
9 Alaska
$69,010
$49,260 150
10 Washington
$68,540
$45,090 1,710
11 Colorado
$68,360
$39,050 1,250
12 Rhode Island
$66,510
$45,300 250
13 Pennsylvania
$64,580
$42,000 3,260
14 Texas
$64,530
$40,460 5,570
15 Delaware
$63,880
$41,400 180
16 Virginia
$63,830
$37,620 2,480
17 Wyoming
$63,380
$45,310 50
18 Illinois
$62,540
$40,430 3,140
19 Oregon
$62,340
$42,440 780
20 Georgia
$61,860
$38,090 2,720
21 North Carolina
$61,510
$41,450 2,420
22 New Hampshire
$60,680
$41,380 260
23 Missouri
$60,660
$36,310 1,530
24 Alabama
$60,570
$40,140 580
25 Iowa
$60,410
$39,800 530
26 Kansas
$59,590
$40,230 490
27 Michigan
$58,620
$40,900 1,850
28 Nebraska
$58,490
$34,800 540
29 Tennessee
$58,220
$37,710 1,650
30 Ohio
$57,880
$35,250 3,050
31 Vermont
$57,160
$36,910 210
32 Hawaii
$56,360
$39,600 260
33 Nevada
$56,060
$38,190 470
34 Arizona
$55,640
$34,610 1,890
35 New Mexico
$55,550
$37,770 210
36 Idaho
$55,540
$35,230 260
37 Maine
$55,270
$42,020 350
38 North Dakota
$55,120
$38,480 140
39 West Virginia
$54,930
$33,150 200
40 Kentucky
$54,020
$39,330 650
41 Wisconsin
$53,580
$36,750 1,430
42 Montana
$51,830
$37,690 160
43 South Dakota
$51,230
$37,770 600
44 Oklahoma
$50,770
$31,770 790
45 Utah
$49,540
$35,600 450
46 Indiana
$48,640
$32,720 1,030
47 Florida
$48,370
$29,760 5,720
48 Mississippi
$48,220
$33,850 270
49 South Carolina
$47,440
$33,420 760
50 Arkansas
$45,820
$31,300 620
51 Louisiana
$42,330
$28,650 1,110
52 Puerto Rico
$34,530
$20,680 280
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