Highest Paying States for General and Operations Managers

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In this short guide, you will find out the top paying states for General and Operations Managers. Equipped with this knowledge you will be able to maximize your earnings / salary and become one of the best paid General and Operations Managers just by moving to another state.

The first thing you have to know is how much do General and Operations Managers make on average. From there you can compare the salary difference between the average salary vs the salary of the highest paying states.

The average annual salary for General and Operations Managers is $117200.

area_titleh_mean a_mean
New Jersey77.58161370
District of Columbia69.05143630
Delaware68.32142110
Connecticut68.15141750
New York68.03141500
Rhode Island67.56140530
Massachusetts63.96133040
Virginia63.4131870
Maryland62.1129160
North Carolina60.63126120
California60.34125510
Florida59.47123700
Texas59.16123060
Colorado58.77122240
Alabama58120640
New Hampshire57.33119260
Washington57.12118810
Pennsylvania56.53117580
South Dakota54.12112570
Georgia53.21110670
Nebraska52.79109810
Michigan52.32108830
Vermont51.72107570
Ohio51.67107480
Louisiana51.18106460
Illinois50.42104870
Indiana50.42104870
Tennessee50.41104850
Wisconsin50.13104270
North Dakota49.7103370
Minnesota49.65103270
Arizona49.37102690
Kansas48.98101880
Alaska48.9101720
Wyoming48.76101420
Nevada48.73101360
Oklahoma47.4298640
Oregon46.7997330
New Mexico46.6897100
Hawaii46.6196940
Missouri46.4696630
South Carolina45.6594940
Mississippi45.3294270
Iowa43.5590580
Kentucky42.9689370
Maine42.5288450
Arkansas42.2487850
Utah42.2187800
Montana41.4586210
Idaho40.7684780
West Virginia39.7282630
Puerto Rico36.3375560
Virgin Islands32.0366620
Guam26.8755890

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