Average Property Clerk Salary
$32,000 yearly
$15.42 hourly
Updated August 18, 2021
$24,000
10 %
$32,000
Median
$41,000
90 %
What Is The Average Property Clerk Salary?
The average property clerk salary is $32,074 per year, or $15.42 per hour, in the United States. In terms of salary range, an entry level property clerk salary is roughly $24,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $41,000. If you like following the crowd, professional and technology companies tend to attract the most workers in this field. But if you're in it for the money, then you'll want to seek out professional, finance, and health care companies, as employees in each industry have reported the highest salaries. As most things go, location can be critical. Colorado, Connecticut, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska provide the highest property clerk salaries.
PercentileascdescAnnual SalaryascdescMonthly SalaryascdescHourly Rateascdesc
90th Percentile
$41,000
$3,417
$20
75th Percentile
$36,000
$3,000
$17
Average
$32,074
$2,673
$15
25th Percentile
$27,000
$2,250
$13
10th Percentile
$24,000
$2,000
$12

Average Property Clerk Salary By State

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

Average Salary

Property Clerk average salary by State

StateascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc
Alabama
$26,836
$12.90
Alaska
$40,193
$19.32
Arizona
$32,617
$15.68
Arkansas
$27,480
$13.21
California
$38,458
$18.49
Colorado
$44,969
$21.62
Connecticut
$42,792
$20.57
Delaware
$38,613
$18.56
District of Columbia
$46,328
$22.27
Florida
$30,569
$14.70
Georgia
$29,358
$14.11
Hawaii
$31,549
$15.17
Idaho
$29,729
$14.29
Illinois
$33,467
$16.09
Indiana
$29,286
$14.08
Iowa
$35,167
$16.91
Kansas
$28,980
$13.93
Kentucky
$28,965
$13.93
Louisiana
$27,895
$13.41
Maine
$33,434
$16.07
Maryland
$34,351
$16.51
Massachusetts
$36,747
$17.67
Michigan
$36,759
$17.67
Minnesota
$37,407
$17.98
Mississippi
$30,605
$14.71
Missouri
$31,709
$15.24
Montana
$35,140
$16.89
Nebraska
$34,971
$16.81
Nevada
$39,814
$19.14
New Hampshire
$37,227
$17.90
New Jersey
$37,249
$17.91
New Mexico
$26,114
$12.55
New York
$35,089
$16.87
North Carolina
$30,090
$14.47
North Dakota
$39,937
$19.20
Ohio
$32,617
$15.68
Oklahoma
$25,105
$12.07
Oregon
$41,254
$19.83
Pennsylvania
$37,246
$17.91
Rhode Island
$39,954
$19.21
South Carolina
$26,908
$12.94
South Dakota
$36,310
$17.46
Tennessee
$30,064
$14.45
Texas
$34,384
$16.53
Utah
$32,678
$15.71
Vermont
$34,611
$16.64
Virginia
$30,851
$14.83
Washington
$40,656
$19.55
West Virginia
$23,811
$11.45
Wisconsin
$32,594
$15.67
Wyoming
$37,527
$18.04

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Highest Paying Cities For Property Clerk

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CityascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc
Washington, DC
$46,340
$22.28
Roseville, CA
$39,797
$19.13
Rochester, NY
$33,261
$15.99

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Average Property Clerk Salary Over Time

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

Location
    YearascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc% Changeascdesc
    2021
    $32,100
    $15.42
    +3.8%
    2020
    $30,900
    $14.84
    +2.9%
    2019
    $30,000
    $14.41
    +3.3%
    2018
    $29,000
    $13.94
    +3.1%
    2017
    $28,100
    $13.51
    +2.2%

    How Much Do Property Clerks Make In Different Industries?

    The salary for a property clerk can vary depending on what industry the job is in. The highest salaries for property clerks tend to be found in professional, finance, and health care companies. In fact, property clerks can make a yearly salary of $46,802 while working for professional companies.
    RankIndustryAverage Property Clerk SalaryProperty Clerk Salary Range
    1
    Professional
    $46,802
    $26k
    $59k
    2
    Finance
    $33,947
    $26k
    $59k
    3
    Health Care
    $31,941
    $26k
    $59k
    4
    Non Profits
    $30,140
    $26k
    $59k
    5
    Government
    $29,531
    $26k
    $59k

    High Paying Property Clerk Jobs

    Average JOB Salary by Field

    Internship

    Avg. salary: $31,289

    Interns are trainees who are engaged by a company to work for them for a brief period. Interns usually use this opportunity to gain actual work experience, fulfill university or college requirements, and ensure that they are working towards the right career path for them. They sign on for a fixed amount of time. The responsibilities of interns depend on the company and the department that handles them. They do a variety of tasks that exposes them to the type of work that the company is engaged in and to the different aspects of the professional world.
    70,787 Internship Jobs
    Office Administrator

    Avg. salary: $34,496

    Office administrators are employees who ensure that the office is running in tip-top shape. They manage the administrative needs of the office. They answer calls directed to the official company phone, manage the inventory of supplies, take charge or purchase requisitions for needed supplies, and ensure the office equipment and fixtures are taken care of. Office administrators also manage correspondences, official memoranda, and other official company documents. They also keep track of files and records to ensure that these are properly organized. At times, office administrators also take charge of welcoming guests and accompanying them to their respective meetings.
    94,313 Office Administrator Jobs
    Student Employee

    Avg. salary: $19,979

    Student employees are students who have a job within a school campus. Their duties may include working in the classrooms, cafeterias, and dorms. These employees receive a salary for their work, provided they maintain the grade requirements set by the school. The requirements for this position vary for every school. These may include having a minimum of 3.0 for graduates and 2.0 for undergraduates. They typically work 40 hours a week and may hold two or more positions to reach the required number of work hours.
    8,331 Student Employee Jobs
    Work Study Student

    Avg. salary: $23,431

    Work-study students are students who do part-time jobs to support their living and educational expenses. Usually, they offer their services in an organization related to their field of study. Work-study jobs are available either on or off-campus, depending on the student's application and the campus or employer's needs. They must be able to display excellent time-management skills to handle and balance work time and school responsibilities. A work-study student should also be fast-learner and open to constructive feedback to improve their job performance.
    11,094 Work Study Student Jobs
    Clerk Typist

    Avg. salary: $29,486

    A clerk typist is responsible for data entry procedures and document transcriptions, alongside other clerical and administrative duties as required by the employer. Clerk typists create reports and presentation materials, transcribe audio meetings, write business drafts, and send documents to appropriate office personnel or clients. A clerk-typist must show excellent organizational and time-management skills, especially with handling various typing tasks under strict deadlines and minimal supervision. They also respond and take calls from clients and customers, assisting with their inquiries and concerns.
    65,072 Clerk Typist Jobs
    Administrative Clerk

    Avg. salary: $30,408

    An administrative clerk provides support to staff and does clerical works. These clerical duties include answering and making phone calls, typing documents, compiling and filing records, and scheduling appointments. The clerks often set up office meetings and invite reliable speakers. Also, they do research and prepare reports or presentations. Candidates for the job must be organized, detail-oriented, and can manage their time well. They must be tech-savvy and have a basic knowledge of bookkeeping. The salary depends on their experience, industry, and location of the job.
    94,077 Administrative Clerk Jobs

    Property Clerk Salaries By Years Of Experience

    The salary for a property clerk can vary depending on the years of experience that a person has, from entry level to senior level. Data on how experience level affects total compensation 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.

    Which Companies Pay Property Clerks The Most?

    To earn a high income as a property clerk, working for City of Roseville or Monroe County Water Authority might be your best bet, as they are the highest paying companies in this field. In addition, companies like Pacific Architects and Engineers and Geo Group report highly competitive wages for property clerks.
    Company

    Recently Added Property Clerk Salaries

    Location
    CompanyascdescJobascdescLocationascdescDate AddedascdescSalaryascdesc
    Metro Nashville Government
    Inmate Property Clerk-Davidson County Sheriff's Office
    Inmate Property Clerk-Davidson County Sheriff's Office
    Nashville, TN
    08/12/2021
    $35,121
    08/12/2021
    Management & Training Corporation
    Warehouse Property Clerk
    Warehouse Property Clerk
    Brunswick, GA
    08/12/2021
    $22,957
    08/12/2021
    Property Clerk
    Milton, FL
    08/05/2021
    $20,077
    08/05/2021
    Property Clerk
    Kane, PA
    08/02/2021
    $27,131
    08/02/2021
    Property Clerk
    Kane, PA
    07/09/2021
    $27,131
    07/09/2021
    Geo Group Inc.
    Property Clerk
    Property Clerk
    Milton, FL
    05/26/2021
    $20,077
    05/26/2021
    Geo Group Inc.
    Booking/Property Clerk
    Booking/Property Clerk
    San Diego, CA
    05/05/2021
    $34,519
    05/05/2021
    Geo Group Inc.
    Booking/Property Clerk
    Booking/Property Clerk
    San Diego, CA
    05/05/2021
    $34,519
    05/05/2021
    City of Roseville, Ca
    Police Property & Evidence Clerk II (20076593)
    Police Property & Evidence Clerk II (20076593)
    Roseville, CA
    01/27/2021
    $45,440
    01/27/2021
    Monroe County, Ny
    Property Clerk
    Property Clerk
    Rochester, NY
    01/26/2021
    $28,455
    01/26/2021

    Average Property Clerk Salary by Demographic

    Property Clerk Gender Pay Gap

    male-income
    Male Income
    $34,133
    female-income
    Female Income
    $33,059
    Median Property Clerk Income by Race
    Asian property clerks have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. Hispanic or latino property clerks have the lowest average salary at $33,340.
    $35,000
    $34,000
    $33,000
    Unknown
    White
    Black or African American
    Asian
    Hispanic or Latino
    Ethnicityascdesc
    Salaryascdesc
    Unknown$33,558
    White$33,359
    Black or African American$33,434
    Asian$34,291
    Hispanic or Latino$33,340
    Average Property Clerk Salary by Education Level
    Property clerks with a Masters degree earn more than those without, at $36,962 annually. With a Bachelors degree, property clerks earn a median annual income of $34,390 compared to $33,203 for property clerks with an Associate degree.
    $38,000
    $37,000
    $36,000
    $35,000
    $34,000
    $33,000
    High School Diploma or Less
    Master's Degree
    Bachelor's Degree
    Some College/ Associate Degree
    Educationascdesc
    Salaryascdesc
    High School Diploma or Less$33,059
    Master's Degree$36,962
    Bachelor's Degree$34,390
    Some College/ Associate Degree$33,203