A number of homeland security experts are employed in Wisconsin. 2012 salary data is available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for a number of these occupations in the state. The median wage of key homeland security professionals in Wisconsin is listed below for 2012. It is followed by the average wage for experienced professionals who earned in the top tenth of their profession.
Protective service worker supervisors in Madison had a median salary of $49,590, while those in the top tenth wage percentile earned $71,180. Wages were also higher than average in the nonmetropolitan area of Eastern Wisconsin with a median salary of $53,110.
The salaries of transportation security screeners were fairly uniform throughout the state, although those in the top tenth percentile in Green Bay averaged more than that for Wisconsin as a whole. They made $43,980 a year.
Information security analysts in Milwaukee had a median salary of $77,080 while those in the top tenth percentile made $98,530 annually.
The information shown in these tables was furnished by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and represents salary data for many of the different homeland security jobs one could find in Wisconsin’s major cities.