Risk managers' salaries vary depending on level of responsibility and authority, type of industry, organization size, and geographic region. The U.S. Department of Labor, which classifies risk managers with financial managers, reported a median yearly income for financial managers of $129,890 in May 2019. The lowest paid 10 percent earned less than $68,370, and the highest paid 25 percent earned more than $208,000. PayScale.com reported that senior risk managers earned annual salaries that ranged from $78,000 to $162,000 in September 2020.
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