How much does a special investigator make?
Special Investigators in the US make on average $82,571 annually or $39.7 hourly. If you are in the top 10 percent, you will make over $170,000; however, if you are in the bottom 10 percent, you will earn less than $40,000 per year. Most Special Investigator jobs are in Health Care companies and Insurance companies. The best states for high paying Special Investigator jobs are Alaska, District of Columbia, California, North Dakota, and South Dakota. The typical employment for a Special Investigator is 4.0 years.