Avg. Salary
Avg. Hourly Rate
Help us gather more data!
Is Auditor your job title? Get your free, personalized salary report
Take our survey now »

The average pay for an Auditor with Data Analysis skills is {{pay}} per hour.

The average pay for an Auditor with Data Analysis skills is $57,534 per year.

MEDIAN $57,534
$53,237 - $64,500
MEDIAN: $57,534

Add this chart to your site: 640px    300px

Job Description for Auditor

An auditor has the responsibility to check the accuracy and sometimes attest to the accuracy of business records. Those records are usually business records, but could be municipal records also, or any type of financial records. An auditor’s word is sought when records are being challenged for honesty.


Auditor Tasks

  • Analyze financial data to insure efficiency, accuracy, and compliance with relevant laws and standards, as well as to find instances of accounting deficiencies and/or fraud.
  • Collaborate with and/or oversees members of auditing team.
  • Prepare reports related to audit activities.
  • Consult with company representatives on improvements to accounting processes and systems.

Auditor Job Listings

Deloitte Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Auditor?

Auditor in Beaverton:
"A vital part of the store."
Pros: That I work early enough to where when im off I still have a the day for my personal life.
Cons: The pay and not enough hours, its hard to make a living.

Auditor in Kuwait City:
"I am an auditor."
Pros: Its very excited usually basing my experience.
Cons: Its just frustating some time.

Auditor in Brownstown:
"I love the job I do."
Pros: The people and getting a pay check.
Cons: The pay is lousey, and they play favorites.

Auditor in Charlotte:
"Do more research on Salary."
I wish I knew more about the salary level for my role when I started.

Auditor in Columbus:
"Financial work."
Pros: Reviewing financials and ensuring amounts are presented appropriately.
Cons: Hours, stress, lack of creativity.

Auditor in Dallas:
"Federal Government Auditor."
Cons: 1) negative stigma working for the Fed, below average prestige/respect, 2) no material perks and bonuses, 3) little opportunity to become "wealthy" within Agency. Pros: 1) meaningful work saving taxpayer dollars by the millions, 2 & 3) excellent pay per hour in the accounting/business line of work, 4) 40 hour week & paid overtime when available, 5) less stressful cutthroat environment, 6) excellent benefits (medical, retirement, others) 7) flexible schedules, 8) ample paid vacation and paid sick, 9) auditing is never a redundant task, 10) countless opportunities to do something different: specialists, large & small contractors, system audits, rates audits, proposal audits, compliance audits, 11) learn and experience about how large and small companies operate and the various business systems, 12) work experience related for Govt. Ktr jobs 13) paid MBA and certifications (CPA, CFE, etc.) and CPA review courses (Becker, etc), 12) Agency provided CPE hours/credits required forCPA.

Auditor in Sacramento:
"Long Hours With No Overtime Pay But Secure Field And Travel."
Pros: Travel - Earn bonus points with hotels and miles with flights that I can use for vacations. Good pay. Stable secure field.
Cons: Being away from family. Management doesn't understand how hard it is sometimes. People you are auditing don't like you right off the bat - you have to get used to being the "bad guy".

Key Stats for Auditor

Less than 1 year
1-4 years

Years of Experience

Less than 1 year
1-4 years

Common Health Benefits

medical benefits
Medical: 100%
dental benefits
Dental: 89%
vision benefits
Vision: 78%
no benefits