Updated August 18, 2021
Average Co-Leader Salary
$63,000 yearly
$30.64 hourly

Entry level Salary
$34,000 yearly
$34,000
10 %
$63,000
Median
$117,000
90 %
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PercentileAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly Rate
90th Percentile$117,000$9,750$56
75th Percentile$87,000$7,250$42
Average$63,738$5,312$31
25th Percentile$46,000$3,833$22
10th Percentile$34,000$2,833$16

Average Co-Leader Salary By State

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Co-Leader average salary by State

StateAvg. salaryHourly rateJob Count
Alabama$57,940$27.86143
Alaska$114,958$55.27122
Arizona$53,266$25.61130
Arkansas$41,941$20.16113
California$57,440$27.62580
Colorado$56,441$27.14172
Connecticut$67,311$32.3681
Delaware$77,647$37.3336
District of Columbia$73,505$35.34222
Florida$65,459$31.47387
Georgia$65,489$31.49243
Hawaii$62,168$29.8925
Idaho$63,628$30.5931
Illinois$52,274$25.13304
Indiana$50,998$24.52170
Iowa$46,711$22.4671
Kansas$49,815$23.95160
Kentucky$52,438$25.21119
Louisiana$61,084$29.37226
Maine$68,399$32.8844
Maryland$58,499$28.12167
Massachusetts$69,230$33.281,427
Michigan$55,350$26.61241
Minnesota$54,473$26.19124
Mississippi$51,689$24.85141
Missouri$50,133$24.10284
Montana$50,416$24.24167
Nebraska$49,358$23.73298
Nevada$47,848$23.0068
New Hampshire$62,723$30.1649
New Jersey$66,897$32.16197
New Mexico$58,129$27.9537
New York$75,897$36.49419
North Carolina$64,490$31.00326
North Dakota$53,424$25.68161
Ohio$49,033$23.57629
Oklahoma$48,368$23.2591
Oregon$67,083$32.2545
Pennsylvania$68,659$33.01242
Rhode Island$79,464$38.20143
South Carolina$49,261$23.68120
South Dakota$48,075$23.11125
Tennessee$61,810$29.72135
Texas$59,530$28.62666
Utah$45,315$21.7936
Vermont$62,922$30.2518
Virginia$68,129$32.75203
Washington$74,419$35.78919
West Virginia$60,761$29.2168
Wisconsin$58,497$28.12154
Wyoming$48,747$23.4419

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Highest Paying Cities For Co-Leader

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CityAvg. salaryHourly rate
New York, NY$76,470$36.76
West Allis, WI$58,164$27.96
Buena Park, CA$53,611$25.77
Chicago, IL$52,291$25.14

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How much does a Co-Leader make?

The average Co-Leader salary is $63,738 per year, or $30.64 per hour, in the United States. People on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $34,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $117,000. As most things go, location can be critical. Alaska, Rhode Island, Delaware, New York, and Washington provide the highest Co-Leader salaries.

Average Co-Leader Salary Over Time

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    YearAvg. salaryHourly rate% Change
    2022$63,700$30.64+2.1%
    2021$62,400$30.01+2.7%
    2020$60,700$29.19+2.3%
    2019$59,300$28.52+3.0%
    2018$57,500$27.66+1.0%

    Average JOB Salary by Field

    Activities Director

    Avg. salary: $47,909

    An activities director is responsible for planning engaging events for the participants, considering individual interests and the safety of procedures and resources. Activities directors guide the activity staff on assisting the participants, ensuring that they are comfortable with joining the activities. Since most activities directors work at a healthcare facility or elderly institution, they must also monitor the health of the participants by conducting therapeutic activities and evaluate the participants' progress for every program. The activities director must be a critical-thinker, as well as have excellent communication skills to coordinate with facilities personnel for successful activity completion.
    15,914 Activities Director Jobs
    Summer Camp Counselor

    Avg. salary: $22,865

    Summer camps are programs with different themes organized for children or teenagers during the summer months. Summer camp counselors are responsible for the overall supervision of campers and the planning and implementation of the different programs to give children a memorable experience. It is their responsibility to create a fun, safe, and rewarding environment for each camper. They provide counsel, support, and monitor each camper's individual development. A good summer camp counselor is reliable, honest, and has strong leadership skills.
    30,345 Summer Camp Counselor Jobs
    Camp Director

    Avg. salary: $40,652

    A camp director spearheads and oversees the operations of recreational camps and their programs. They manage the camps' daily activities and supervise the employees, ensuring that campers get to receive optimal services and experience. A camp director is mostly responsible for setting goals and guidelines, establishing budgets and timelines, planning events and activities, liaising with internal and external parties, and building strong relationships with business partners. Moreover, a camp director leads and motivates staff to reach goals, all while implementing the camps' safety policies and regulations.
    16,151 Camp Director Jobs
    Activity Coordinator

    Avg. salary: $36,632

    An activity coordinator is someone who creates and plans activities, outings, and events in various settings. Typically, they oversee creating programs, staffing events, and supervising the implementation of activities. They generally report to the activity director or community manager. One of their tasks is to collaborate with directors of studies to schedule the activities. Other tasks include coordinating staff with the activities and informing them of the decisions regularly. Also, they strategize, coordinate, and encourage the members to participate in the activities.
    34,527 Activity Coordinator Jobs
    Activities/Volunteer

    Avg. salary: $26,291

    An activity volunteer is responsible for supporting community activities for the benefit of the citizens and social development in general. Activity volunteers assist in fundraising activities, coordinating with other organizations for sponsorship, recruiting target audience, planning the program outline, and releasing promotional materials, press releases, and media marketing. Activity volunteers must have excellent communication and organizational skills, especially on negotiating with suppliers and vendors for the activity materials with minimal costs. They should also be able to address the participants' inquiries and concerns and resolve any issues that may arise during the activity preparation.
    3,125 Activities/Volunteer Jobs
    Day Camp Counselor

    Avg. salary: $24,184

    The job of the camp counselors is to develop recreational plans and oversee camp activities in residential camps. Their duties and responsibilities include organizing camping trips, planning and scheduling group activities, and guiding children and teenagers in various outdoor activities such as swimming and hiking. They are expected to lead campers in emergency procedures and fire drills, explain safety rules and procedures, and provide emotional support to campers. Camp counselors are also responsible for assessing and responding to emergencies when they arise.
    31,304 Day Camp Counselor Jobs
    Job TitleAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly RateJob Openings
    Activities Director$47,910$3,992$23.0315,914
    Summer Camp Counselor$22,866$1,905$10.9930,345
    Camp Director$40,652$3,388$19.5416,151
    Activity Coordinator$36,632$3,053$17.6134,527
    Activities/Volunteer$26,291$2,191$12.643,125
    Day Camp Counselor$24,185$2,015$11.6331,304
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    Average Co-Leader Salary by Demographic

    Co-Leader Gender Pay Gap

    male-income
    Male Income
    $61,702
    female-income
    Female Income
    $56,486
    GenderIncome
    Male$61,702
    Female$56,486
    Median Co-Leader Income by Race
    Hispanic or Latino Co-Leaders have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. Asian Co-Leaders have the lowest average salary at $55,150.
    $65,000
    $52,000
    $39,000
    $26,000
    $13,000
    $0
    White
    Black or African American
    Asian
    Hispanic or Latino
    EthnicitySalary
    White$58,110
    Black or African American$59,980
    Asian$55,150
    Hispanic or Latino$62,238
    Average Co-Leader Salary by Education Level
    Co-Leaders with a Masters degree earn more than those without, at $87,674 annually. With a Bachelors degree, Co-Leaders earn a median annual income of $72,522 compared to $65,556 for Co-Leaders with an Associate degree.
    $90,000
    $72,000
    $54,000
    $36,000
    $18,000
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    High School Diploma or Less
    Some College/ Associate Degree
    Bachelor's Degree
    Master's Degree
    EducationSalary
    High School Diploma or Less$56,486
    Some College/ Associate Degree$65,556
    Bachelor's Degree$72,522
    Master's Degree$87,674