ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT SALARY

Average Yearly Salary
$133,000
$95,000
Min 10%
$133,000
Median 50%
$188,000
Max 90%
Best Paying Company
Piper Jaffray
Highest Paying City
Palo Alto, CA
Highest Paying State
Connecticut
Average Experience Level
3.9 years
How much does an associate vice president make?
Associate Vice Presidents in America make, on average, $134,008 a year or $64.43 per hour. There is a huge gap between the top 10 percent earners and the bottom 10 percent earners -- about 93,000. The top 10 percent earn over $188,000, while the bottom 10 percent make less than $95,000 annually. Employers that have the highest concentration of job opportunities for Associate Vice Presidents are Finance companies and Professional companies. The best states for high paying Associate Vice President jobs are Connecticut, Alaska, Washington, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. The typical tenure for an Associate Vice President is 3.9 years.
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Average Associate Vice President Salary By Company

Associate Vice Presidents report their job security as good. Just as in every field, some employers pay higher wages than others. Employers that have the highest concentration of job opportunities for Associate Vice Presidents are Finance companies and Professional companies. The two companies that report the highest salaries for Associate Vice Presidents are Piper Jaffray and Henry Ford Health System. In addition, companies like Morgan Stanley and Brown University report highly competitive salaries for Associate Vice Presidents.

Average Associate Vice President Salary By Location

Associate Vice Presidents in the United States of America make on average $134,008 a year or $64.43 per hour. The city with the highest Associate Vice President salary is Palo Alto, CA at $142,024 per year. Even as an entry-level Associate Vice President, you will make $78,000 per year in Palo Alto, CA. The highest earning states when it comes to Associate Vice President salaries are Connecticut, Alaska, Washington, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. The lowest earning states are Colorado, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Missouri, and Kansas.
RankCityAverage Salary
1
Palo Alto, CA
$142,024
2
Ridgewood, NJ
$129,381
3
White Plains, NY
$129,055
4
Seattle, WA
$128,890
5
Milford, CT
$128,577

Average Associate Vice President Salary By Industry

Associate Vice President salaries can vary depending on the industry. Our data shows that Professional companies, Finance companies, and Health Care companies tend to have the highest salaries for Associate Vice Presidents. Salaries for Associate Vice Presidents in Professional companies average $141,903 annually, while Finance companies and Health Care companies pay $134,226 and $133,020, respectively. The types of companies that pay Associate Vice Presidents the least are in the Hospitality industry, where the average annual salary is $126,727.
RankIndustryAverage Salary
1
Professional
$141,903
2
Finance
$134,226
3
Health Care
$133,020
4
Hospitality
$126,727

RECENTLY ADDED Associate Vice President SALARIES

Company
Job
Location
Date Added
Salary
California State University-Sacramento
Associate Vice President
10/31/2019
$135,000
University of Texas at Austin
Associate Vice President
10/29/2019
$90,000
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Associate Vice President
10/03/2019
$118,003
Northern Virginia Community College
Associate Vice President
09/30/2019
$95,000
College of Southern Nevada
Associate Vice President
09/30/2019
$99,429
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Associate Vice President
09/24/2019
$118,003
Sc Department of Public Safety
Associate Vice President
09/12/2019
$110,000
Kirkwood Community College
Associate Vice President
09/12/2019
$112,200
Lane Community College
Associate Vice President
09/11/2019
$130,000
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Associate Vice President
08/24/2019
$118,965
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