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What Is the Average MBA Salary by State

State Annual Salary Monthly Pay Weekly Pay Hourly Wage
Washington $93,500 $7,792 $1,798 $44.95
New York $87,630 $7,302 $1,685 $42.13
California $84,419 $7,035 $1,623 $40.59
Idaho $84,226 $7,019 $1,620 $40.49
New Hampshire $82,677 $6,890 $1,590 $39.75
Vermont $81,607 $6,801 $1,569 $39.23
Massachusetts $79,345 $6,612 $1,526 $38.15
Maine $79,019 $6,585 $1,520 $37.99
Montana $78,389 $6,532 $1,507 $37.69
New Jersey $78,090 $6,508 $1,502 $37.54
Hawaii $78,008 $6,501 $1,500 $37.50
Nevada $77,877 $6,490 $1,498 $37.44
Arizona $77,691 $6,474 $1,494 $37.35
Wyoming $76,728 $6,394 $1,476 $36.89
Tennessee $76,299 $6,358 $1,467 $36.68
Connecticut $75,891 $6,324 $1,459 $36.49
Rhode Island $75,035 $6,253 $1,443 $36.07
Texas $74,712 $6,226 $1,437 $35.92
Indiana $74,667 $6,222 $1,436 $35.90
Alaska $74,650 $6,221 $1,436 $35.89
West Virginia $74,164 $6,180 $1,426 $35.66
Minnesota $73,917 $6,160 $1,421 $35.54
Oregon $73,683 $6,140 $1,417 $35.42
Maryland $73,342 $6,112 $1,410 $35.26
North Dakota $73,245 $6,104 $1,409 $35.21
Pennsylvania $72,521 $6,043 $1,395 $34.87
Virginia $71,566 $5,964 $1,376 $34.41
Wisconsin $70,652 $5,888 $1,359 $33.97
Ohio $70,273 $5,856 $1,351 $33.78
Nebraska $69,874 $5,823 $1,344 $33.59
Iowa $69,821 $5,818 $1,343 $33.57
Delaware $69,753 $5,813 $1,341 $33.54
South Dakota $69,428 $5,786 $1,335 $33.38
Utah $69,107 $5,759 $1,329 $33.22
Colorado $68,383 $5,699 $1,315 $32.88
South Carolina $68,175 $5,681 $1,311 $32.78
Alabama $67,980 $5,665 $1,307 $32.68
New Mexico $67,578 $5,632 $1,300 $32.49
Arkansas $66,920 $5,577 $1,287 $32.17
Kansas $66,259 $5,522 $1,274 $31.86
Florida $66,065 $5,505 $1,270 $31.76
Oklahoma $66,007 $5,501 $1,269 $31.73
Michigan $65,725 $5,477 $1,264 $31.60
Mississippi $65,353 $5,446 $1,257 $31.42
Kentucky $64,742 $5,395 $1,245 $31.13
Illinois $63,833 $5,319 $1,228 $30.69
Georgia $63,195 $5,266 $1,215 $30.38
Missouri $62,738 $5,228 $1,206 $30.16
Louisiana $59,699 $4,975 $1,148 $28.70
North Carolina $57,263 $4,772 $1,101 $27.53

Top 50 Highest Paying States for MBA Jobs in the U.S.

We’ve identified six states where the typical salary for a MBA job is above the national average. Topping the list is Washington, with New York and California close behind in second and third. California beats the national average by 4.2%, and Washington furthers that trend with another $12,501 (15.4%) above the $80,999.

With only a handful of states paying above the national average, the opportunities for economic advancement by moving to a new locationin the MBA jobs categoryis a decision to make with some caution. Factoring in cost of living expenses should be considered as well.

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