Directors in America make, on average, $143,032 a year or $68.77 per hour.While the top 10 percent make over $218,000 per year, the bottom 10 percent make under $93,000.The most abundant employment opportunities for Directors are in Pharmaceutical companies and Professional companies.California, New York, Oklahoma, Georgia, and New Jersey are some of the states with the best Director salaries in the US.The typical employment for a Director is 3.8 years.
Directors in the United States of America make on average $143,032 a year or $68.77 per hour.San Francisco, CA reports the highest annual salary for Directors at 155,706.The average entry-level salary in San Francisco, CA is $77,000.The top 5 states with the highest reported Director salaries are California, New York, Oklahoma, Georgia, and New Jersey.The lowest earning states are South Carolina, Hawaii, Nebraska, Indiana, and Montana.
The darker areas on the map show where Directors earn the highest salaries across all 50 states.
Average Director Salary By Company
Like every industry, there is a range of salaries a Director makes.Pharmaceutical companies and Professional companies tend to have the highest concentration of employment in this field.Deloitte and Sony Corporation of America are the best paying companies for Directors.Companies like SAP America and Ge Capital Solutions also report very competitive wages for Directors.
Wages for Directors can differ based on the industry they work in.Our analysis shows that Finance companies, Health Care companies, and Technology companies pay higher-than-average wages for Directors.Finance companies pay Directors an average salary of $170,822, Health Care companies pay $149,639, and Technology companys come in at $138,784.The types of companies that pay Directors the least are in the Professional industry, where the average annual salary is $125,029.
Director Salary History
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