How Much Do Finance Jobs Pay?

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Finance jobs can vary a lot in pay. Among the most common positions:

A personal financial advisor’s median annual compensation is $94,170, according to the latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) statistics.
The median pay for budget analysts—the professionals who examine how a company or organization spends money—is a solid $79,940 annually.

A job as a treasury analyst pays $60,730 a year on average, according to Payscale.

However, corporate treasurers, who have more experience, make an average salary of $118,704.

Financial analysts make a median of $81,410, though salaries can run in the six figures at major Wall Street firms.

Accountants and auditors’ median pay clocks in at $77,250.

According to Payscale, the average salary for CPAs ranges from $50,000 to $126,000 per year.

Financial managers—who create financial reports, direct investment activities, and develop plans for the long-term financial goals of their organization—have a median pay of $131,710 per year, reflecting the fact that theirs is a fairly senior position.

Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents—brokers and financial advisors who connect buyers and sellers in financial markets—make a median of $62,910 per year.
However, their compensation is often commission-based, and so a salaried figure may not fully reflect their earnings.
According to an Indeed.com survey, Chief Finance Officers (CFOs) have the highest salaried jobs in finance. As of mid-2022, CFOs earned an average of $123,265 before bonuses.

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