State Nonprofit Compensation Report


What is The Nonprofit Salary Survey?

Produced and prepared by experts with over 30 years of experience in conducting regional nonprofit compensation studies, this annual salary survey is designed specifically for nonprofits and associations. With 117 detailed nonprofit job descriptions, you won't just match titles, you'll match actual job content

Register to participate in the 2018 survey today!

This year's participating states include: Wisconsin, Hawaii, Missouri, Nevada, and more!

More than a reference, this working tool is structured according to actual tasks to help you:

  • Determine the most competitive salary level for each position to support recruitment and retention
  • Understand how your organization’s pay levels compare with others in your state
  • Track changes in nonprofit pay levels and trends from one year to the next
  • Provide hard data to support your salary structure recommendations

What does the full report include?

  • Specific market salary information for over 100 positions including median salaries, average salaries and more within your state
  • Compensation analysis by title, nonprofit type, budget and staff size
  • Easy-to-use charts and graphs
  • Detailed Executive Benefits section

With a detailed job description for each position, you can match your own organization’s jobs to others across your state. So how do your numbers measure up?

Hear what others are saying about their state report:

"I found the PA Nonprofit Compensation Report to be incredibly useful while creating a business plan- I could easily look up other salaries in the PA area and make sure I was in line with the competition."
Phil Nanny, President, Applehead Factory, Inc

"As a participant, I found the survey was easy to take and didn't consume a lot of my time. The resulting report is going to be a valuable tool for myself and our board of directors"
Linda Elliot, President, Hawaii Wildlife Center

*If you are a Member of a 2018 participating State Association and fully participate in the survey, you will receive a free copy of your state's Compensation Report in August 2018. This report will be distributed by your State Association at this time. Please contact your State Association with any questions.

*If you are a not a Member of a 2018 participating State Association and fully participate in the survey, you can purchase your state's Compensation Report with a 50% discount off the full-price of the report ($150.00). These reports will be sold through Columbia Books Inc. Please contact your State Association or Columbia Books with any questions.

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2017 Arkansas
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$150.00 2016 Louisiana Nonprofit Compensation Report

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$150.00 2016 Montana Nonprofit Compensation Report

2016 Oklahoma
$150.00 2016 Oklahoma Nonprofit Compensation Report

2016 Texas
$150.00 2016 Texas Nonprofit Compensation Report

2016 Utah
$150.00 2016 Utah Nonprofit Compensation Report

2015 Idaho
$150.00 2015 Idaho Nonprofit Compensation Report

2015 West Virigina
$150.00 2015 West Virigina Nonprofit Compensation Report

2014 North Dakota
$150.00 2014 North Dakota Nonprofit Compensation Report

2013 Pennsylvania
$150.00 2013 Pennsylvania Nonprofit Compensation Report

2012 Maine
$150.00 2012 Maine Nonprofit Compensation Report

2012 New Jersey
$150.00 2012 New Jersey Nonprofit Compensation Report

2012 South Carolina
$150.00 2012 South Carolina Nonprofit Compensation Report

2012 South Dakota
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