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Salaries for

Credit Analyst

Virginia Median
$63,000
National Median
$57,000
Median Income is the exact middle income earned by someone in a job or career field.

Credit Analyst

A credit analyst collects and evaluates financial data regarding private and corporate clients.

A typical day in the life of a credit analyst might include:

  • Gathering clients' payment habits, account histories, earnings data, and purchasing activities
  • Assessing data and recommending courses of action for accounts and lines of credit
  • Evaluating accounts, to ensure that they remain in good standing.

Salaries for

Credit Analyst

Virginia Median
$63,000
National Median
$57,000
Median Income is the exact middle income earned by someone in a job or career field.

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Top Pay by Location

These cities have the highest paying median for Credit Analyst
Boston, MA
$78,000
New York, NY
$75,000
Washington, DC
$71,000
Dallas, TX
$65,000
Charlotte, NC
$64,000
Houston, TX
$64,000
Los Angeles, CA
$63,000
Chicago, IL
$62,000
Salary information is calculated from job seeker profiles and job postings. Both hourly and yearly wages could be reported.

A typical day in the life of a credit analyst might include:

  • Gathering clients' payment habits, account histories, earnings data, and purchasing activities
  • Assessing data and recommending courses of action for accounts and lines of credit
  • Evaluating accounts, to ensure that they remain in good standing.

Insider Tips

The typical average pay for credit analysts is $57,000 per year. Those who work for insurance carriers and professional and scientific services tend to earn the most. Professionals who work in credit remediation and health care, or social assistance, tend to earn the least. Credit analysts who develop skills in credit control, financial analysis, loan underwriting, and accounting can generally increase their earning potential over the course of their careers.