The national average salary for a Sustainability Manager in the U.S. is $81,599 annually or $39.23 hourly.While the top 10 percent make over $172,000 per year, the bottom 10 percent make under $38,000.Professional companies and Hospitality companies tend to have the highest concentration of employment in this field.The top 5 states when it comes to Sustainability Manager salaries are District of Columbia, North Dakota, Alabama, Maryland, and Colorado.The typical employment for a Sustainability Manager is 2.5 years.
The national average salary for a Sustainability Manager in the United States is $81,599 per year or $39.23 per hour.The city with the highest Sustainability Manager salary is Washington, DC at $137,079 per year.Even an entry-level Sustainability Manager makes $83,000 per year in Washington, DC.Some of the states with the best Sustainability Manager salaries are District of Columbia, North Dakota, Alabama, Maryland, Colorado, South Dakota, and Virginia.Michigan, Nevada, Arizona, Florida, and Oregon are at the bottom for competitive pay.
If you are a Sustainability Manager, you can expect good job security. However, keep in mind that some industries pay better than others.Professional companies and Hospitality companies have the most job opportunities for Sustainability Managers.The Dow Chemical Company and Carnival are the highest paying companies.In addition, companies like PVH and Harvard University report highly competitive salaries for Sustainability Managers.
The type of industry that a Sustainability Manager works in can influence their earning potential.Our analysis shows that Energy companies, Manufacturing companies, and Hospitality companies pay higher-than-average wages for Sustainability Managers.Energy companies pay Sustainability Managers an average salary of $85,975, Manufacturing companies pay $83,052, and Hospitality companys come in at $82,567.At $76,296, the average salary for Sustainability Managers in the Retail industry is lower than other industries.