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Concierge Salary

How Much Does a Concierge Make in the United States?

The average base salary for a Concierge in the United States is a month or $38,270.00 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Average Concierge Base Salary:

What can I earn as a Concierge?Your salary is 0 the US national average

The average wage for a Concierge is per hour.

Tips, customarily ranging from 15% to 20%, can boost a Concierge’s earnings.

For example, if a Concierge assists a guest with arranging dinner reservations and the total cost of the meal is $100, a tip between 15% and 20%would range from $15 to $20.

Annual Mean Wage of Concierges by State

[The latest data collected from BLS and the labor/employment departments of the respective states]

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Concierge Salary in Major US Cities


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[Sources: BLS; New York State Department of Labor; Illinois Department of Employment Security; California Employment Development Department]


High-Paying Cities for Concierges

CityAvg SalaryAvg Hourly Wage
Chicago, IL48,37623.26
Miami, FL37,06017.82
Los Angeles, CA43,61020.97
NYC, NY57,30427.55

Average Concierge Salary by State

Explore the average Concierge salary by state.

StateAvg. Salary
Alabama$ 34,154
Alaska$ 35,651
Arizona$ 33,000
Arkansas$ 29,721
California$ 42,519
Colorado$ 42,690
Connecticut$ 35,203
Delaware$ 32,460
Florida$ 35,713
Georgia$ 32,490
Hawaii$ 49,180
Idaho$ 36,044
Illinois$ 42,350
Indiana$ 37,440
Iowa$ 31,310
Kansas$ 31,040
Kentucky$ 27,970
Louisiana$ 29,750
Maine$ 36,910
Maryland$ 36,996
Massachusetts$ 43,530
Michigan$ 36,260
Minnesota$ 35,940
Mississippi$ 28,510
Missouri$ 27,300
Montana$ 28,430
Nebraska$ 35,743
Nevada$ 35,930
New HampshireN/A
New Jersey$ 33,550
New Mexico$ 34,500
New York$ 54,243
North Carolina$ 31,290
North DakotaN/A
Ohio$ 31,150
Oklahoma$ 26,850
Oregon$ 36,650
Pennsylvania$ 34,380
Rhode IslandN/A
South Carolina$ 32,960
South DakotaN/A
Tennessee$ 28,280
Texas$ 35,222
Utah$ 34,640
Vermont$ 37,510
Virginia$ 31,420
Washington$ 39,990
West Virginia$ 34,416
Wisconsin$ 30,440
Wyoming$ 43,889
District of Columbia$ 41,320

How Much Do Similar Careers to a Concierge Get Paid?

Concierges earn more than Hosts/Hostesses, Receptionists and Valets.

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Labor Laws and Taxes for Concierges

As a Concierge, it could be beneficial for you to know the minimum wage, tipped minimum wage, overtime pay and leave policies in your state.

Check out the guides below or view more labor laws:

To easily calculate federal, state and local taxes in your state, use our free Paycheck Calculator.

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