Advocate Salary

Average Yearly Salary
Min 10%
Median 50%
Max 90%
Best Paying Company
Highest Paying City
Washington, DC
Highest Paying State
Average Experience Level
2.1 years
How much does an advocate make?
Advocates in America make, on average, $38,073 a year or $18.3 per hour. The top 10 percent of earners make over $62,000 annually, whereas the bottom 10 percent of earners make under $23,000 per year. The most abundant employment opportunities for Advocates are in Retail companies and Professional companies. Some of the states with the best Advocate salaries are Maine, New Hampshire, Tennessee, Texas, and Alabama. Most Advocates spend 2.1 years in the position.
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Average Advocate Salary By Location

The national average salary for an Advocate in the USA is $38,073 annually or $18.3 hourly. Washington, DC reports the highest annual salary for Advocates at 52,904. Not only that, Washington, DC also has an average entry-level salary of $34,000. Maine, New Hampshire, Tennessee, Texas, and Alabama are the highest paying states. Hawaii, South Dakota, Montana, Utah, and Alaska are at the bottom for competitive pay.

Map of Advocate Salaries

The darker areas on the map show where Advocates earn the highest salaries across all 50 states.

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Average Advocate Salary By Company

Advocates can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others. Retail companies and Professional companies are the best when it comes to the number of employment opportunities. Companies like Microsoft or Marsh & McLennan Companies will get you the highest pay packages. In addition, companies like Centene and Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. report highly competitive salaries for Advocates.

Advocate Salary History

Compare salaries for individual cities or states with the national average.

National Average
Ashburn, VA

Advocate Salary By Experience Level

The salary for an Advocate can range from $30,429 to $42,405 depending on the amount of work experience that the person has. Data on how experience level affects salary 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.

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