Floral Designer Salary

floral-designer-salary-chart.jpgFloral designers arrange, cut, and design dried, live, or artificial foliage and flowers.

Salary

The average salary of floral designers is $23,810 annually. The bottom 10% earns at most $17,480 yearly; the top 10% earns at least $36,580 yearly. The median salary is $25,550 yearly.

The best industries for employment are florists (employing 31,220 at $25,450 on average yearly); grocery stores (7,180, $26,030); and sporting goods, hobby, and musical instrument stores (1,450; $24,830). The best paying industry is traveler accommodation, paying$34,650 on average.

The top three paying states are Hawaii ($41,320), New Jersey ($32,640), and New York ($29,820).

Job Outlook

The job outlook of floral designers is expected to decrease 8% from 2012 to 2022.

Floral Designer Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $16,460 $20,390 $31,520 $22,480
Alaska $19,170 $26,970 $37,660 $27,540
Arizona $19,440 $24,290 $31,740 $25,230
Arkansas $16,480 $21,260 $33,480 $22,670
California $19,480 $28,520 $41,350 $29,950
Colorado $17,660 $27,090 $36,980 $27,290
Connecticut $18,630 $30,430 $45,030 $30,770
Delaware $17,480 $26,860 $36,800 $26,590
Florida $18,090 $23,770 $35,640 $25,630
Georgia $17,850 $24,690 $31,510 $24,670
Hawaii $23,200 $37,110 $47,440 $42,420
Idaho $17,580 $26,060 $35,320 $25,900
Illinois $18,890 $26,460 $38,880 $27,540
Indiana $16,940 $22,800 $30,190 $23,300
Iowa $16,800 $23,840 $33,510 $24,140
Kansas $16,880 $23,150 $31,750 $23,820
Kentucky $16,760 $22,770 $32,770 $23,690
Louisiana $16,830 $23,010 $33,610 $23,900
Maine $17,450 $22,700 $30,890 $23,490
Maryland $19,050 $30,360 $44,200 $31,010
Massachusetts $18,920 $26,020 $40,910 $28,060
Michigan $18,150 $23,610 $36,430 $25,290
Minnesota $17,080 $23,330 $33,510 $24,190
Mississippi $16,300 $20,600 $30,400 $21,690
Missouri $17,160 $22,200 $33,760 $23,600
Montana $17,100 $21,350 $29,590 $22,500
Nebraska $16,730 $21,740 $31,020 $22,630
Nevada $19,610 $27,100 $39,630 $28,990
New Hampshire $20,360 $25,280 $34,430 $26,150
New Jersey $20,480 $30,340 $50,910 $35,170
New Mexico $17,280 $22,320 $31,490 $23,280
New York $17,710 $28,300 $43,930 $29,300
North Carolina $17,270 $23,050 $32,480 $24,100
North Dakota $16,080 $18,590 $24,310 $19,160
Ohio $17,340 $22,200 $32,780 $23,890
Oklahoma $16,950 $22,990 $35,230 $24,580
Oregon $19,080 $23,740 $30,600 $24,440
Pennsylvania $18,730 $24,760 $36,320 $26,410
Rhode Island $17,980 $25,580 $48,470 $29,890
South Carolina $17,030 $22,280 $30,040 $23,330
South Dakota $16,910 $22,510 $31,420 $23,150
Tennessee $16,810 $22,620 $32,980 $23,670
Texas $16,980 $22,650 $35,040 $24,080
Utah $16,520 $21,900 $32,530 $23,330
Vermont $18,560 $22,680 $39,030 $25,790
Virginia $17,900 $23,770 $35,010 $25,240
Washington $19,920 $28,540 $38,280 $29,080
West Virginia $16,270 $18,910 $24,460 $19,560
Wisconsin $17,690 $23,590 $33,250 $24,740
Wyoming $16,930 $22,580 $31,190 $23,510