Interviewers in the US make on average $27,138 annually or $13.05 hourly.The top 10 percent of earners make over $37,000 annually, whereas the bottom 10 percent of earners make under $19,000 per year.Employers that have the highest concentration of job opportunities for Interviewers are Professional companies and Health Care companies.The best states for high paying Interviewer jobs are District of Columbia, Rhode Island, Hawaii, New York, and Vermont.The typical tenure for an Interviewer is 1.4 years.
Interviewers report their job security as good. Just as in every field, some employers pay higher wages than others.Professional companies and Health Care companies are the best when it comes to the number of employment opportunities.The Ohio State University and Emory Healthcare are the highest paying companies.In addition, companies like U.S. Census Bureau and NORC at the University of Chicago report highly competitive salaries for Interviewers.
Across America, Interviewers make on average $27,138 annually or $13.05 hourly.The top city when it comes to Interviewer salaries is New York, NY at $34,783 per year.The average starting salary in New York, NY for Interviewers is $26,000.The top 5 states with the highest reported Interviewer salaries are District of Columbia, Rhode Island, Hawaii, New York, and Vermont.Arkansas, Georgia, New Mexico, West Virginia, and Nebraska are at the bottom for competitive pay.
Interviewer salaries can vary depending on the industry.Our data shows that Media companies, Technology companies, and Professional companies tend to have the highest salaries for Interviewers.Salaries for Interviewers in Media companies average $27,151 annually, while Technology companies and Professional companies pay $27,151 and $27,151, respectively.The average salary for Interviewers in the Media industry is lower than the rest, coming in at $27,151.