Licensed Funeral Director Salary in the United States

How much does a Licensed Funeral Director make in the United States? The average Licensed Funeral Director salary in the United States is $40,219 as of October 30, 2019, but the salary range typically falls between $34,261 and $47,210. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, helps you determine your exact pay target. 

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$34,261 to $47,210
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The Neptune Society - Tucson , AZ
State Funeral Director license required (applies to most states) * Associate's or Bachelor's degree a plus where not required for FD license Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: * Good driving record and ...
ZipRecruiter - 1 day ago
Fred C. Dames Funeral Home - Chicago , IL
... Funeral Director with a solid work ethic and the desire to help people at the most difficult moments in life. Requirements: · Must have a valid Driver's License and a record acceptable to our ...
ZipRecruiter - 9 days ago
Federated Funeral Directors of America a Fiducial Company - Springfield , IL
Active professional license/certification (CPA or EA) preferred Company Description Since 1925, Federated Funeral Directors of America (FFDA) has been providing a variety of business services to ...
ZipRecruiter - 2 days ago
Catholic Funeral and Cemetery Services (CFCS) - Toledo , OH
... Funeral and Cemetery Service (CFCS) cemeteries within the Catholic diocese. This person will ... license, good driving record, and proof of insurance is required Qualifications and Skills ...
ZipRecruiter - 7 days ago
Wilbert Funeral Services - Commerce City , CO
You would also communicate with funeral directors and family members with compassion and dignity ... Have a valid Driver's License * Pass a DOT Physical * Pass background check and drug test * Ability ...
ZipRecruiter - 1 day ago
LaborMax Staffing - Omaha , NE
Personable and polite (work with funeral directors and the general public) * Neat and clean ... Must have valid driver's license and clean driving record Company Description At LaborMAX, we ...
ZipRecruiter - 2 days ago
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