Bank Teller Wage

Bank Teller Salaries

Based on what country you’re in, or even what state, the average salary for a bank teller can vary, but you already know that! So lets do a quick breakdown of the average bank teller wages in the United States by state. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics offers some really great information on the average salary of bank tellers. Below is a color coded map of the United States that represents the mean annual bank teller wage for 2012.

Bank Teller Wage 

Bank Teller Wage

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So in looking over the chart you can see that in 2012 the mean annual bank teller wage spanned from a low of $18,170 to a high of $29,910. Keep in mind that these are mean annual wages. Meaning that these are averages, and the numbers can be higher or lower, wage is dependent on each individual hiring situation. These are averages.

Bank Teller Wages

State By State Break Down

Highest Paid Bank Teller States
by Mean Annual Wage The Annual Mean Bank Teller Salary In These States Ranges From $26,960 – $29,910

  • Vermont
  • Maine
  • Rhode Island
  • Conneticut
  • New Jersey
  • Maryland
  • District Of Columbia
  • Virginia
  • Florida
  • Colorado
  • Washington
  • Nevada
  • California
  • Alaska

So it looks like from this chart, that the northeast states, like new jersey, Maine, and Vermont, tend to pay the highest salaries for bank tellers. While states in the south like Louisiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Arkansas tended to pay the least in bank teller wages.

Bank Teller Wage Statistics By Percentage

Percentile 10% 25% 50%
(Median) 75% 90%
Hourly Wage $9.44 $10.41 $11.99 $14.07 $16.50
Annual Wage (2) $19,630 $21,660 $24,940 $29,260 $34,320

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics