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Federal Government Budget Analyst Salary

The average Federal Government Budget Analyst earns $64,000 annually. This total compensation is $3,808 less than the US average for a Budget Analyst.

The Finance Department at Federal Government earns $14,485 more on average than the Admin Department. Comparably data has a total of 1 salary record from Federal Government Budget Analysts.

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Budget Analyst Salaries at Federal Government

Budget Analysts earn $5,851 less than Accountants.

$128k
Accounting Manager
$120k*
Senior Accountant
$91k*
Business Analyst
$88k*
Accountant
$70k*
Budget Analyst
$64k
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Compensation at Federal Government by Department

The Finance Department averages $14,485 more than the Admin Department, and $8,578 less than the Operations Department

Operations
$90,435 Avg. total comp.
+$9k
Finance
$81,857 Avg. total comp.
Admin
$67,372 Avg. total comp.
-$14k

Recent Budget Analyst Salaries at Federal Government

Budget Analyst
Posted more than 30 days ago
$64,000 Salary + Bonus

Budget Analyst Compensation by Gender (All Companies)

The average female Budget Analyst at companies similar size to Federal Government reported making $98,833, while the average male Budget Analyst at similar sized companies reported making $76,324.

Budget Analyst Compensation by Ethnicity (All Companies)

The average Asian or Pacific Islander Budget Analyst at companies similar size to Federal Government reported making $101,500, while the average African American/Black Budget Analyst at similar sized companies reported making $70,000.

How Budget Analysts at Federal Government Rate Their Compensation

The majority of Budget Analysts at Federal Government believe they're compensated fairly. 55% of Budget Analysts at Federal Government say they receive annual bonuses, and the vast majority (83%) are satisfied with their benefits. See more compensation ratings at Federal Government

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