Case managers typically earn between $66,608 and $79,211 per year, as of 2015. The salary varies depending on the industry, location and size of the company that employs the case manager, as well as the education and experience of the individual.
Case managers who are registered nurses and who coordinate the interdisciplinary care plans of patients earn an annual median income of $72,573, as of 2015. Some case managers advise and guide recovering addicts, elderly people and people with severe illnesses. Depending on their role, experience and geographic location, case managers can earn $27,000 to $70,000. Cash allowances from bonuses and profit sharing also contribute to variations in total incomes.