Accountant with Accounts Receivable Skills Salary
For Accountants with Accounts Receivable skills, annual average wages total $47K per year. With some bonuses approaching $6K and certain profit sharing proceeds approaching $5K, overall incomes of Accountants with Accounts Receivable skills spread between $32K and $64K depending on individual performance. Geography and career length each impact pay for this group, with the former having the largest influence. Most Accountants with Accounts Receivable skills survey respondents are women (71 percent). Health benefits are not enjoyed by everyone in this line of work, and nearly one in four lack any coverage at all. Medical benefits are reported by a fair number and dental coverage is claimed by a majority. For the most part, Accountants with Accounts Receivable skills enjoy their work and report high levels of job satisfaction. This overview is based on answers to PayScale's salary questionnaire.
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Pay by Experience Level for Accountant
Median of all compensation (including tips, bonus, and overtime) by years of experience.
Experience and pay tend to be weakly linked for Accountants with Accounts Receivable skills — those with more experience do not necessarily bring in higher earnings. Relatively untried employees who have less than five years' experience make $43K, but folks with five to 10 years under their belts enjoy an appreciably larger median of $48K. People with 10 to 20 years of experience make an average of about $49K in this role. In the end, more experience does seem to mean larger paychecks; seasoned Accountants with Accounts Receivable skills with more than 20 years of experience earn a predictably higher median salary of $50K.
Pay Difference by Location
For Accountants with Accounts Receivable skills, busy San Francisco offers a higher-than-average pay rate, 53 percent above the national average. Accountants with Accounts Receivable skills will also find cushy salaries in Washington (+34 percent), New York (+17 percent), Houston (+14 percent), and Denver (+9 percent). Falling short of the national average by 4 percent, the area with the worst salaries is Atlanta.