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In Delaware and Maryland, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn generally excellent salaries. Since readily available and timely data are limited, such a conclusion is, however, always subject to revision.

This post explores available data on the salaries of Grant Writers in Delaware and Maryland. Other posts will explore grant writing as a career in other parts of the United States of America.

 

Average Salaries

 

Based on data from Salaryexpert.com for the selected cities for which it reports data, the mid-career averages for Grant Writers range from a low of $63,225 in Cumberland, MD to a high of $76,418 in Bowie, MD. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $45,346 in Cumberland, MD to a high of $54,808 in Bowie, MD. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $78,021 also in Cumberland, MD, to a high of $94,301, also in Bowie, MD. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 1.24% more in Bowie, MD than in second-place Frederick, MD and 20.87% more than in last-place Cumberland, MD.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-DE

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Wilmington, DE – New Castle $51,587 $71,927 $88.759
Newark, DE – New Castle $51,587 $71,927 $88.759
Middletown, DE – New Castle $51,587 $71,927 $88.759
Dover, DE – Kent $47,930 $66,829 $82,468
Delaware $49,833 $69,481 $85,741

 

As of 2018, Wilmington, DE has the highest cost of living in Delaware, followed by Dover, DE. Overall consumer prices are somewhat higher in Delaware than in the United States overall, at 102.3% of the national average.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-MD

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Cumberland, MD – Alleghany $45,346 $63,225 $78,021
Annapolis, MD – Anne Arundel $50,713 $70,709 $87,255
Westminster, MD – Carroll $50,713 $70,709 $87,255
Baltimore, MD – DNA $50,713 $70,709 $87,255
Frederick, MD – Frederick $54,137 $75,483 $93,147
Rockville, MD – Montgomery $54,137 $75,483 $93,147
Gaithersburg, MD – Montgomery $54,137 $75,483 $93,147
Bowie, MD – Prince George’s $54,808 $76,418 $94,301
College Park, MD – Prince George’s $54,808 $76,418 $94,301
Greenbelt, MD – Prince George’s $54,808 $76,418 $94,301
Laurel, MD – Prince George’s $54,808 $76,418 $94,301
Easton, MD – Talbot $47,290 $65,936 $81,366
Hagerstown, MD – Washington $47,562 $66,315 $81,833
Salisbury, MD – Wicomico $46,422 $64,726 $79,872
Maryland $51,516 $71,828 $88,637

 

As of 2018, Gaithersburg, MD and Frederick, MD have the highest cost of living in Maryland and Delaware, followed by Baltimore, MD. Overall consumer prices are substantially higher in Maryland than in the United States overall, at 111.3% of the national average.

 

 

 

 

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