A Look Into the Architect’s Salary, Top Paid Cities

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Architects can make a chunk of change, but there are many aspects to take into consideration when looking into salary. Some of these aspects include location, economy, degree, personality and sometimes just being at the right place at the right time. Architecture generally takes a masters degree or professional bachelors degree to become accredited. Being accredited ensures a higher salary and the ability to oversee plans. Architecture can be highly competitive. It is a profession that you must go into with a passion for architecture because you will not succeed with just a passion for money in this career path.

2012 Median Pay $73,090 per year
$35.14 per hour
Entry-Level Education Bachelor’s degree
Work Experience in a Related Occupation None
On-the-job Training Internship/residency
Number of Jobs, 2012 107,400
Job Outlook, 2012-22 17% (Faster than average)
Employment Change, 2012-22 18,600

Best Paying Cities for Architects

Beaumont, Texas

The average salary of an architect working in Beaumont, Texas is $116,960.

Santa Cruz, California

The average salary of an architect working in Santa Cruz, California is $113,840.

Bridgeport, Connecticut

The average salary of an architect working in Bridgeport, Connecticut is $113,050.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

The average salary of an architect working in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is $104,620.

Montgomery, Alabama

The average salary of an architect working in Montgomery, Alabama is $101,930.

 

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