Updated August 18, 2021
Average Administrative Coordinator Salary
$41,000 yearly
$19.77 hourly

Entry level Salary
$30,000 yearly
10 %
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PercentileAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly Rate
90th Percentile$55,000$4,583$26
75th Percentile$48,000$4,000$23
25th Percentile$35,000$2,917$17
10th Percentile$30,000$2,500$14

Average Administrative Coordinator Salary By State

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Administrative Coordinator average salary by State

StateAvg. salaryHourly rateJob Count
District of Columbia$49,774$23.93318
New Hampshire$38,827$18.67186
New Jersey$45,985$22.11792
New Mexico$39,140$18.82419
New York$44,700$21.492,157
North Carolina$43,210$20.77999
North Dakota$35,592$17.11192
Rhode Island$39,065$18.78134
South Carolina$34,840$16.75446
South Dakota$28,478$13.69169
West Virginia$37,865$18.20119

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Highest Paying Cities For Administrative Coordinator

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CityAvg. salaryHourly rate
San Francisco, CA$53,676$25.81
Washington, DC$49,853$23.97
Boston, MA$47,834$23.00
New York, NY$44,981$21.63
Madison, WI$44,461$21.38
Aurora, CO$41,872$20.13

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How much does an Administrative Coordinator make?

The average Administrative Coordinator salary is $41,129 per year, or $19.77 per hour, in the United States. People on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $30,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $55,000. As most things go, location can be critical. California, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Hawaii provide the highest Administrative Coordinator salaries.

Average Administrative Coordinator Salary Over Time

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    How Much Do Administrative Coordinators Make In Different Industries?

    The salary for an Administrative Coordinator can vary depending on what industry the job is in. The highest salaries for Administrative Coordinators tend to be found in Pharmaceutical, Manufacturing, and Health Care companies. In fact, Administrative Coordinators can make a yearly salary of $47,385 while working for Pharmaceutical companies.
    RankIndustryAverage Administrative Coordinator SalaryAdministrative Coordinator Salary Range
    3Health Care

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    Average JOB Salary by Field

    Office Administrator

    Avg. salary: $34,496

    Office administrators are employees who ensure that the office is running in tip-top shape. They manage the administrative needs of the office. They answer calls directed to the official company phone, manage the inventory of supplies, take charge or purchase requisitions for needed supplies, and ensure the office equipment and fixtures are taken care of. Office administrators also manage correspondences, official memoranda, and other official company documents. They also keep track of files and records to ensure that these are properly organized. At times, office administrators also take charge of welcoming guests and accompanying them to their respective meetings.
    147,215 Office Administrator Jobs
    Office Services Coordinator

    Avg. salary: $36,719

    An office services coordinator is in charge of providing administrative support to an office and coordinating all activities to maintain an efficient workflow. Their responsibilities include preparing and processing documentation, answering calls and correspondence, greeting visitors, answering inquiries, producing progress reports, and maintaining records and databases. There are also instances when an office services coordinator must resolve issues, liaise with different departments, and procure supplies. Furthermore, as an office services coordinator, it is essential to assist and encourage staff, all while implementing the company's policies and regulations.
    150,687 Office Services Coordinator Jobs
    Administrator Secretary

    Avg. salary: $38,719

    Administrator secretaries are assistants to managers or higher officers in charge of administrative tasks. Their responsibilities include liaising with an organization's internal departments and in communicating with the general public. They make arrangements and scheduling of meetings, events, and appointments. Sometimes, they assume tasks in clerical and administrative nature. It is also part of their job to work hand-in-hand with executives, managers, and any other personnel in corporations.
    133,922 Administrator Secretary Jobs
    Team Coordinator

    Avg. salary: $49,475

    A team coordinator is a professional who provides administrative roles that help to facilitate the daily functions and operations of an organization. Team coordinators must work closely with the team leader to keep the team running smoothly. They must maintain central calendars so that they can promote effective use of time and keep team members informed about their daily business activities. They must also assist in facilitating training for new members to help them understand their position and work.
    42,854 Team Coordinator Jobs
    Administrative Officer

    Avg. salary: $60,527

    An administrative officer is responsible for performing administrative and clerical duties to support the company's operations and maintain efficient production. Administrative officers should have excellent office management principles, handling various tasks under minimal supervision and strict deadline. They must be detail-oriented, especially on data processing systems, to encode information and update the company's documents. An administrative officer should be highly-communicative to respond to customers' inquiries and concerns, negotiate with suppliers and third-party vendors, scheduling meetings, and creating business transaction reports.
    104,162 Administrative Officer Jobs
    Administrative Internship

    Avg. salary: $33,813

    Administrative interns are entry-level professionals providing administrative support in organizations. The interns are responsible for the improvement of their knowledge of administrative works. They should learn skills such as the company's technology, time management, detail-orientation, and written and verbal communication. They arrange appointments, executive travel, and meetings. It is also part of their job to prepare and edit reports, emails, memos, and letters. They even do clerical jobs.
    128,302 Administrative Internship Jobs
    Job TitleAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly RateJob Openings
    Office Administrator$34,496$2,875$16.58147,215
    Office Services Coordinator$36,719$3,060$17.65150,687
    Administrator Secretary$38,720$3,227$18.62133,922
    Team Coordinator$49,475$4,123$23.7942,854
    Administrative Officer$60,527$5,044$29.10104,162
    Administrative Internship$33,813$2,818$16.26128,302
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    Administrative Coordinator Salaries By Years Of Experience

    The salary for an Administrative Coordinator can vary depending on the years of experience that a person has, from entry level to senior level. Data on how experience level affects total compensation is provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) as part of their National Compensation Survey, which is based on factors such as knowledge, complexity, contacts, and environment.
    Experience LevelAvg. SalaryHourly Rate
    Entry Level$31,500$15.13
    Mid Level$42,900$20.61
    Senior Level$59,700$28.68

    Which Companies Pay Administrative Coordinators The Most?

    If you want to get paid the most as an Administrative Coordinator, being employed by a company such as Raytheon or The Ymca of Metropolitan Chattanooga would be a smart choice, as they are the highest paying companies in this field. Additionally, companies like Leidos and Crestron Electronics also report highly competitive salaries for Administrative Coordinators.

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    Recently Added Administrative Coordinator Salaries

    CompanyJobLocationDate AddedSalary
    Minnesota Environmental PartnershipAdministrative CoordinatorSaint Paul, MN12/31/2021$31,305
    Valley of The Sun United WayAdministrative Coordinator (Quality First Scholarships)Phoenix, AZ12/30/2021$35,479
    Therapeutic AssociatesAdministrative CoordinatorBend, OR12/30/2021$33,392
    University HospitalAdministrative Coordinator IINewark, NJ12/29/2021$48,682
    Adams County Sheriff's OfficeCswb Coordinator/Administrator-Race/Equity-Project DesignatedBrighton, CO12/29/2021$60,857
    Intermountain HealthcareLive Well Center-Administrative CoordinatorPark City, UT12/29/2021$38,276
    World Resources InstituteAdministrative CoordinatorWashington, DC12/28/2021$46,000
    State of LouisianaAdministrative Coordinator 3-WAENew Orleans, LA12/28/2021$31,305
    | CenterAdministrative CoordinatorNational City, CA12/28/2021$48,001
    Aya CorporateAdministrative CoordinatorSan Diego, CA12/25/2021$42,000

    Average Administrative Coordinator Salary by Demographic

    Administrative Coordinator Gender Pay Gap

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    Median Administrative Coordinator Income by Race
    Asian Administrative Coordinators have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. White Administrative Coordinators have the lowest average salary at $41,075.
    Black or African American
    Hispanic or Latino
    Black or African American$41,829
    Hispanic or Latino$41,815
    Average Administrative Coordinator Salary by Education Level
    Administrative Coordinators with a Masters degree earn more than those without, at $44,474 annually. With a Bachelors degree, Administrative Coordinators earn a median annual income of $43,000 compared to $41,642 for Administrative Coordinators with an Associate degree.
    High School Diploma or Less
    Some College/ Associate Degree
    Bachelor's Degree
    Master's Degree
    High School Diploma or Less$41,436
    Some College/ Associate Degree$41,642
    Bachelor's Degree$43,000
    Master's Degree$44,474

    Administrative Coordinator Salaries FAQs

    How much money does an administrative coordinator make?

    An administrative coordinator makes $41,000 a year, on average. The range, however, in what an administrative coordinator can make is largely based on factors such as the location of the job or the company. Pay for an administrative coordinator starts from as low as $30,000 to as high as $55,000 a year.

    Highest-Paying States for Administrative Coordinators:

    • California averages $50,299 a year ($24.18 per hour)

    • District of Columbia averages $49,774 a year ($23.93 per hour)

    • Massachusetts averages $47,934 a year ($23.05 per hour)

    • Connecticut averages $47,599 $22.88 per hour)

    • New Jersey averages $45,985 a year ($22.11 per hour)

    Lowest-Paying states for administrative coordinators:

    • South Dakota averages $28,478 a year ($13.69 per hour)

    • Idaho averages $31,436 a year ($15.11 per hour)

    • Iowa averages $32,913 a year ($15.82 per hour)

    • Montana averages $33,195 a year ($15.96 per hour)

    • Arkansas averages $33,621 a year ($16.16 per hour)

    Top-Paying Companies for Administrative Coordinators:

    • Howard Hughes Medical Institute averages $28.95 per hour

    • Catholic Charities averages $26.29 per hour

    • AstraZeneca averages $25.46 per hour

    • Cordia averages $25.00 per hour

    • The United States Department Of Defense averages $24.82 per hour

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    What is the average salary for an administrative manager?

    The average salary for an administrative manager is $69,000 a year ($33.52 an hour).

    There is a good amount of variation and what an administrative manager can make largely based on the location of the position and the company. For example, wages can start from as little as $44,000 a year to as much as $108,000 a year.

    Highest-Paying States for Administrative Managers:

    • New York averages $103,635 a year ($49.82 an hour)

    • New Jersey averages $101,207 a year ($48.66 an hour)

    • Washington averages $92,507 a year ($44.47 an hour)

    • Massachusetts averages $86,508 a year ($41.59 an hour)

    • West Virginia averages $85,204 a year ($40.96 an hour)

    Lowest-Paying States for Administrative Managers:

    • Alaska averages $36,541 a year ($17.57 an hour)

    • Hawaii averages $45,632 a year ($21.94 an hour)

    • Mississippi averages $48,328 a year ($23.23 an hour)

    • Arkansas averages $50,085 a year ($24.08 an hour)

    • Utah averages $50,853 a year ($24.45 an hour)

    Top Companies for Administrative Managers:

    • NASA averages $137,868 per year

    • Synergy Family Services averages $123,035 per year

    • Montefiore Medical Center averages $90,623 per year

    • Northwell Health averages $81,104 per year

    • Oretta averages $79,223 per year

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