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In Nevada, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 Nevada. 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 $67,486 in Gardnerville, NV to a high of $70,447 in Las Vegas, NV. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $48,402 in Gardnerville, NV to a high of $50,525 in Las Vegas, NV. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $83,279 also in Gardnerville, NV, to a high of $86,933, also in Las Vegas, NV. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 2.43% more in Las Vegas, NV than in second-place Paradise, NV and 5.87% more than in last-place Gardnerville, NV.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-NV

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Boulder City, NV – Clark $50,525 $70,447 $86,933
Henderson, NV – Clark $50,525 $70,447 $86,933
Las Vegas, NV – Clark $50,525 $70,447 $86,933
Mesquite, NV – Clark $50,525 $70,447 $86,933
North Las Vegas, NV – Clark $50,525 $70,447 $86,933
Paradise, NV – Clark $49,327 $68,777 $84,871
Whitney, NV – Clark $50,525 $70,447 $86,933
Winchester, NV – Clark $50,525 $70,447 $86,933
Carson City, NV – DNA $48,611 $67,778 $83,639
Gardnerville, NV – Douglas $48,402 $67,486 $83,279
Elko, NV – Elko $49,327 $68,777 $84,871
Fernley, NV – Lyon $48,402 $67,486 $83,279
Pahrump, NV – Nye $48,402 $67,486 $83,279
Reno, NV – Washoe $48,611 $67,778 $83,639
Sparks, NV – Washoe $48,611 $67,778 $83,639
Ely, NV – White Pine $49,327 $68,777 $84,871
Nevada $49,846 $69,499 $85,763

 

As of 2018, Las Vegas, NV has the highest cost of living in Nevada, followed in descending order by Reno, NV, and Sparks, NV. Overall consumer prices are slightly lower in Nevada than in the United States overall, at 98.2% of the national average.

 

 

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In North Carolina, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 North Carolina. 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 $60,240 in Asheville, NC to a high of $67,855in Durham, NC. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $43,205 in Asheville, NC to a high of $48,666 in Durham, NC. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $74,337 also in Asheville, NC, to a high of $83,734, also in Durham, NC. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 3.16% more in Durham, NC than in second-place Raleigh, NC and 12.64% more than in last-place Asheville, NC.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-NC

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Burlington, NC – Alamance $45,565 $63,531 $78,397
Asheville, NC – Buncombe $43,205 $60,240 $74,337
Concord, NC – Caburrus $47,079 $65,642 $81,003
Fayetteville, NC – Cumberland $44,056 $61,427 $75,802
Durham, NC – Durham $48,666 $67,855 $83,734
Rocky Mount, NC – Edgecomb/Nash $44,325 $61,802 $76,264
Winston-Salem, NC – Forsyth $45,912 $64,015 $78,995
Gastonia, NC – Gaston $47,079 $65,642 $81,003
Greensboro, NC – Guilford $45,840 $63,915 $78,872
High Point, NC – Guilford et al. $45,840 $63,915 $78,872
Charlotte, NC – Mecklenburg $47,079 $65,642 $81,003
Huntersville, NC – Mecklenburg $47,079 $65,642 $81,003
Wilmington, NC – New Hanover $44,839 $62,519 $77,150
Jacksonville, NC – Onslow $44,407 $61,916 $76,405
Chapel Hill, NC – Orange/Durham $48,666 $67,855 $83,734
Greenville, NC – Pitt $44,927 $62,641 $77,300
Indian Trail, NC – Union $47,079 $65,642 $81,003
Apex, NC – Wake $47,175 $65,776 $81,168
Cary, NC – Wake/Chatham $47,175 $65,776 $81,168
Raleigh, NC – Wake/Durham $47,175 $65,776 $81,168
North Carolina $45,155 $62,959 $77,693

 

As of 2018, Chapel Hill, NC has the highest cost of living in North Carolina, followed in descending order by Asheville, NC, Charlotte, NC, Wilmington, NC, Greenville, NC, Raleigh, NC, Durham, NC, Jacksonville, NC, Fayetteville, NC, Burlington, NC, Charlotte, NC, and Winston-Salem, NC. Overall consumer prices are substantially lower in North Carolina than in the United States overall, at 91.6% of the national average.

 

 

In South Carolina, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 South Carolina. 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 $58,598 in Myrtle Beach, SC to a high of $65,732 in Rock Hill, SC. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $42,027 in Myrtle Beach, SC to a high of $47,114 in Rock Hill, SC. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $72,310 also in Myrtle Beach, SC, to a high of $81,114, also in Rock Hill, SC. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 2.90% more in Rock Hill, SC than in second-place Spartanburg, SC and 12.17% more than in last-place Myrtle Beach, SC.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-SC

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Aiken, SC – Aiken $45,588 $63,564 $78,438
Anderson, SC – Anderson $44,445 $61,969 $76,471
Beaufort, SC – Beaufort $43,758 $61,011 $75,289
Hilton Head Island, SC – Beaufort $43,758 $61,011 $75,289
Charleston, SC – Charleston $44,639 $62,240 $76,805
North Charleston, SC – Charleston $44,639 $62,240 $76,805
Summerville, SC – Charleston $44,639 $62,240 $76,805
Florence, SC – Florence $44,160 $61,572 $75,981
Greenville, SC – Greenville $44,445 $61,969 $76,471
Myrtle Beach, SC – Horry $42,027 $58,598 $72,310
Camden, SC – Kershaw $44,230 $61,670 $76,102
Spartanburg, SC – Spartanburg $45,815 $63,880 $78,829
Sumter, SC – Sumter $43,036 $60,005 $74,047
Rock Hill, SC – York $47,114 $65,732 $81,114
South Carolina $44,470 $62,005 $76,514

 

As of 2018, Hilton Head Island, SC has the highest cost of living in South Carolina, followed in descending order by Beaufort, SC, Columbia, SC, Charleston, SC, Camden, SC, Sumter, SC, Myrtle Beach, SC, Anderson, SC, and Greenville, SC. Overall consumer prices are substantially lower in South Carolina than in the United States overall, at 90.7% of the national average.

 

In Kentucky, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 Kentucky. 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 $58,278 in Frankfort, KY to a high of $65,021 in Florence, KY. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $41,798 in Frankfort, KY to a high of $46,634 in Florence, KY. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $71,916 also in Frankfort, KY, to a high of $80,237, also in Florence, KY. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 3.62% more in Florence, KY than in second-place Henderson, KY and 11.57% more than in last-place Frankfort, KY.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-KY

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Florence, KY – Boone $46,634 $65,021 $80,237
Ashland, KY – Boyd $42,177 $58,808 $72,570
Hopkinsville, KY – Christian $42,906 $59,823 $73,823
Owensboro, KY – Daviess $43,669 $60,887 $75,136
Lexington, KY – Fayette $43,637 $60,843 $75,081
Frankfort, KY – Franklin $41,798 $58,278 $71,916
Elizabethtown, KY – Hardin $43,730 $60,972 $75,240
Radcliff, KY – Hardin $43,730 $60,972 $75,240
Henderson, KY – Henderson $45,005 $62,751 $77,435
Louisville, KY – Jefferson $44,960 $62,687 $77,357
Covington, KY – Kenton $46,634 $65,021 $80,237
Independence, KY – Kenton $46,634 $65,021 $80,237
Richmond, KY – Madison $41,798 $58,278 $71,916
Paducah, KY – McCracken $42,712 $59,553 $73,489
Georgetown, KY – Scott $43,637 $60,843 $75,081
Bowling Green, KY – Warren $42,549 $59,325 $73,208
Kentucky $43,937 $61,261 $75,597

 

As of 2018, Lexington, KY has the highest cost of living in Kentucky, followed in descending order by Bowling Green, KY, Covington, KY, Louisville, KY, and Paducah, KY. Overall consumer prices are substantially lower in Kentucky than in the United States overall, at 88.8% of the national average.

 

 

In Tennessee, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 Tennessee. 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 $56,958 in Cookeville, TN to a high of $63,709 in Memphis, TN. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $40,851 in Cookeville, TN to a high of $45,692 in Memphis, TN. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $70,286 also in Cookeville, TN, to a high of $78,617, also in Memphis, TN. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 3.26% more in Memphis, TN than in second-place Nashville, TN and 11.85% more than in last-place Cookeville, TN.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-TN

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Cleveland, TN – Bradley $43,508 $60,663 $74,859
Nashville, TN – Davidson $44,249 $61,696 $76,133
Dyersburg, TN – Dyer $41,996 $58,555 $72,258
Morristown, TN – Hamblen $42,747 $59,602 $73,550
Chattanooga, TN – Hamilton $43,270 $60,331 $74,449
Knoxville, TN – Knox $43,703 $60,935 $75,194
Jackson, TN – Madison $43,468 $60,607 $74,790
Clarksville, TN – Montgomery $43,221 $60,263 $74,365
Cookeville, TN – Putnam $40,851 $56,958 $70,286
Murfreesboro, TN – Rutherford $44,249 $61,696 $76,133
Smyrna, TN – Rutherford $44,249 $61,696 $76,133
Bartlett, TN – Shelby $45,692 $63,709 $78,617
Collierville, TN – Shelby $45,692 $63,709 $78,617
Memphis, TN – Shelby $45,692 $63,709 $78,617
Kingsport, TN – Sullivan/Hawkins $42,185 $58,819 $72,483
Hendersonville, TN – Sumner $44,249 $61,696 $76,133
Johnson City, TN – Washington $41,995 $58,553 $72,255
Franklin, TN – Williamson $44,249 $61,696 $76,133
Tennessee $43,484 $60,630 $74,818

 

As of 2018, Cleveland, TN has the highest cost of living in Tennessee, followed in descending order by Clarksville, TN, Chattanooga, TN, Morristown, TN, Jackson, TN, Knoxville, TN, Nashville, TN, Dyersburg, TN, Memphis, TN, Murfreesboro, TN, Johnson City, TN, and Cookeville, TN. Overall consumer prices are substantially lower in Tennessee than in the United States overall, at 90.7% of the national average.

 

 

 

In Georgia, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 Georgia. 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 $59,556 in Valdosta, GA to a high of $66,012 in Atlanta, GA. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $42,714 in Valdosta, GA to a high of $47,345 in Atlanta, GA. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $73,493 also in Valdosta, GA, to a high of $81,460, also in Atlanta, GA. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 3.15% more in Atlanta, GA than in second-place Savannah, GA and 10.84% more than in last-place Valdosta, GA.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-GA

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Macon, GA – Bibb $44,746 $62,389 $76,989
Savannah, GA – Chatham $45,872 $63,958 $78,925
Woodstock, GA – Cherokee $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Athens, GA – Clarke $44,983 $62,719 $77,396
Marietta, GA – Cobb $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Smyrna, GA – Cobb $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Newnan, GA – Coweta $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Decatur, GA – DeKalb $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Atlanta, GA – DeKalb/Fulton $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Albany, GA – Dougherty $45,047 $62,809 $77,507
Peachtree City, GA – Fayette $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Rome, GA – Floyd $44,640 $62,242 $76,807
Alpharetta, GA – Fulton $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Johns Creek, GA – Fulton $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Roswell, GA – Fulton $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Sandy Springs, GA – Fulton $47,345 $66,012 $81,460
Gainesville, GA – Hall $44,641 $62,243 $76,808
Warner Robins, GA – Houston/Peach $45,478 $63,409 $78,248
Valdosta, GA – Lowndes $42,714 $59,556 $73,493
Columbus, GA – Muscogee $44,700 $62,325 $76,909
Augusta, GA – Richmond $45,351 $63,233 $78,030
Dalton, GA – Whitfield $43,890 $61,196 $75,517
Georgia $45,974 $64,102 $79,102

 

As of 2018, Atlanta, GA has the highest cost of living in Georgia, followed in descending order by Marietta, GA, Valdosta, GA, Savannah, GA, Augusta, GA, and Albany, GA. Overall consumer prices are somewhat lower in Georgia than in the United States overall, at 92.0% of the national average.

 

 

 

In Alabama, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 Alabama. 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 $59,210 in Enterprise, AL to a high of $65,299 in Huntsville, AL. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $42,466 in Enterprise, AL to a high of $46,833 in Huntsville, AL. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $73,066 also in Enterprise, AL, to a high of $80,580, also in Huntsville, AL. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 1.49% more in Huntsville, AL than in second-place Northport, AL and 10.28% more than in last-place Enterprise, AL.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-AL

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Prattville, AL – Autauga $44,844 $62,526 $77,158
Anniston, AL – Calhoun $44,526 $62,082 $76,610
Enterprise, AL – Coffee/Hale $42,466 $59,210 $73,066
Gadsden, AL – Etowah $43,970 $61,307 $75,653
Dothan, AL – Houston et al. $43,964 $61,299 $75,643
Bessemer, AL – Jefferson $45,685 $63,698 $78,605
Birmingham, AL – Jefferson/Shelby $45,685 $63,698 $78,605
Hoover, AL – Jefferson/Shelby $45,685 $63,698 $78,605
Florence, AL – Lauderdale $43,242 $60,292 $74,401
Auburn, AL – Lee $44,000 $61,349 $75,706
Opelika, AL – Lee $44,000 $61,349 $75,706
Huntsville, AL – Madison/Limestone $46,833 $65,299 $80,580
Mobile, AL – Mobile $44,715 $62,346 $76,936
Montgomery, AL – Montgomery $44,844 $62,526 $77,158
Decatur, AL – Morgan/Limestone $44,900 $62,603 $77,253
Alabaster, AL – Shelby $45,685 $63,698 $78,605
Northport, AL – Tuscaloosa $46,144 $64,338 $79,394
Tuscaloosa, AL – Tuscaloosa $46,144 $64,338 $79,394
Alabama $44,739 $62,379 $76,976

 

As of 2018, Montgomery, AL has the highest cost of living in Alabama, followed in descending order by Auburn, AL, Tuscaloosa, AL, Mobile, AL, Anniston, AL, Huntsville, AL, Birmingham, AL, Florence, AL, Dothan, AL, and Decatur, AL. Overall consumer prices are substantially lower in Alabama than in the United States overall, at 88.1% of the national average.

 

 

In Mississippi, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 Mississippi. 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 $56,849 in Clarksdale, MS to a high of $62,887 in Southaven, MS. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $40,772 in Clarksdale, MS to a high of $45,103 in Southaven, MS. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $70,152 also in Clarksdale, MS, to a high of $77,603, also in Southaven, MS. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 5.53% more in Southaven, MS than in second-place Gulfport, MS and 10.62% more than in last-place Clarksdale, MS.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-MS

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Clarksdale, MS – Coahoma $40,772 $56,849 $70,152
Olive Branch, MS – DeSoto $45,103 $62,887 $77,603
Southaven, MS – DeSoto $45,103 $62,887 $77,603
Hattiesburg, MS – Forrest/Lamar $41,416 $57,746 $71,249
Biloxi, MS – Harrison $42,740 $59,592 $73,537
Gulfport, MS – Harrison $42,740 $59,592 $73,537
Clinton, MS – Hinds $42,570 $59,354 $73,244
Jackson, MS – Hinds et al. $42,570 $59,354 $73,244
Pascagoula, MS – Jackson $42,740 $59,592 $73,537
Laurel, MS – Jones $41,031 $57,209 $70,597
Oxford, MS – Lafayette $41,103 $57,309 $70,720
Meridian, MS – Lauderdale $41,031 $57,209 $70,597
Tupelo, MS – Lee $41,103 $57,309 $70,720
Columbus, MS – Lowndes $41,103 $57,309 $70,720
Madison, MS – Madison $42,570 $59,354 $73,244
Starkville, MS – Oktibbeha $41,103 $57,309 $70,720
Brandon, MS – Rankin $42,570 $59,354 $73,244
Pearl, MS – Rankin $42,570 $59,354 $73,244
Vicksburg, MS – Warren $41,832 $58,326 $71,975
Greenville, MS – Washington $40,772 $56,849 $70,152
Mississippi $42,249 $58,908 $72,693

 

As of 2018, Jackson, MS has the highest cost of living in Mississippi, followed in descending order by Pascagoula, MS, Hattiesburg, MS, and Tupelo, MS. Overall consumer prices are substantially lower in Mississippi than in the United States overall, at 85.4% of the national average.

 

 

In Arkansas, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 Arkansas. 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 $57,364 in Russellville, AR to a high of $63,710 in West Memphis, AR. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $41,142 in Russellville, AR to a high of $54,693 in West Memphis, AR. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $70,787 also in Russellville, AR, to a high of $63,710, also in West Memphis, AR. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 5.35% more in West Memphis, AR than in second-place Fayetteville, AR and 11.06% more than in last-place Russellville, AR.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-AR

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Bentonville, AR – Benton $54,373 $60,474 $74,626
Rogers, AR – Benton $54,373 $60,474 $74,626
Harrison, AR – Boone $41,268 $57,540 $71,005
Eureka Springs, AR – Carroll $41,268 $57,540 $71,005
Jonesboro, AR – Craighead $42,551 $59,328 $73,212
Van Buren, AR – Crawford $42,103 $58,703 $72,441
West Memphis, AR – Crittenden $54,693 $63,710 $78,618
Conway, AR – Faulkner $43,123 $60,127 $74,197
Hot Springs, AR – Garland $42,296 $58,973 $72,773
Paragould, AR – Greene $41,268 $57,540 $71,005
Hope, AR – Hempstead $41,142 $57,364 $70,787
Pine Bluff, AR – Jefferson $43,061 $60,040 $74,090
Cabot, AR – Lonoke $43,123 $60,127 $74,197
Texarkana, AR – Miller $44,101 $61,490 $75,879
Blytheville, AR – Mississippi $41,268 $57,540 $71,005
Russellville, AR – Pope $41,142 $57,364 $70,787
Jacksonville, AR – Pulaski $43,123 $60,127 $74,197
Little Rock, AR – Pulaski $43,123 $60,127 $74,197
North Little Rock, AR – Pulaski $43,123 $60,127 $74,197
Sherwood, AR – Pulaski $43,123 $60,127 $74,197
Fort Smith, AR – Sebastian $42,103 $58,703 $72,441
El Dorado, AR – Union $41,142 $57,364 $70,787
Fayetteville, AR – Washington $54,373 $60,474 $74,626
Springdale, AR – Washington $54,373 $60,474 $74,626
Searcy, AR – White $41,268 $57,540 $71,005
Arkansas $42,392 $59,107 $72,939

 

As of 2018, Little Rock, AR has the highest cost of living in Arkansas, followed in descending order by North Little Rock, AR, Jonesboro, AR, Conway, AR, and Fort Smith, AR. Overall consumer prices are considerably lower in Arkansas than in the United States overall, at 87.6% of the national average.

 

In Louisiana, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to 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 Louisiana. 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 $59,718 in Ruston, LA to a high of $65,033 in New Orleans, LA. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $42,830 in Ruston, LA to a high of $46,652 in New Orleans, LA. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $73,693 also in Ruston, LA, to a high of $80,252, also in New Orleans, LA. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 4.00% more in New Orleans, LA than in second-place Lake Charles, LA and 8.90% more than in last-place Ruston, LA.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-LA

 

City and Parish Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Crowley, LA – Acadia $44,399 $61,906 $76,393
Bossier City, LA – Bossier $43,937 $61,261 $75,497
Shreveport, LA – Bossier/Caddo $43,937 $61,261 $75,497
Lake Charles, LA – Calcasieu $44,844 $62,526 $77,158
Baton Rouge, LA – East Baton Rouge $44,405 $61,913 $76,401
Central, LA – East Baton Rouge $44,405 $61,913 $76,401
New Iberia, LA – Iberia $44,399 $61,906 $76,393
Gretna, LA – Jefferson $46,652 $65,033 $80,252
Kenner, LA – Jefferson $46,652 $65,033 $80,252
Lafayette, LA – Lafayette $44,399 $61,906 $76,393
Thibodaux, LA – Lafourche $44,514 $62,066 $76,590
Ruston, LA – Lincoln $42,830 $59,718 $73,693
Natchitoches, LA – Natchitoches $43,202 $60,237 $74,333
New Orleans, LA – Orleans $46,652 $65,033 $80,252
Monroe, LA – Ouachita $43,165 $60,185 $74,269
Alexandria, LA – Rapides $43,051 $60,025 $74,072
Opelousas, LA – St. Landry $44,144 $61,550 $75,954
Slidell, LA – St. Tammany $46,652 $65,033 $80,252
Hammond, LA – Tangipahoa $43,792 $61,059 $75,348
Houma, LA – Terrebonne $44,514 $62,066 $76,590
Louisiana $44,658 $62,267 $76,838

 

As of 2018, Lafayette, LA has the highest cost of living in Louisiana, followed in descending order by Lake Charles, LA, Slidell, LA, Baton Rouge, LA, Hammond, LA, Shreveport, LA, Alexandria, LA, and Monroe, LA. Overall consumer prices are substantially lower in Louisiana than in the United States overall, at 91.4% of the national average.

 

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