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Average Computer Engineering And Science Staff Salary

Average Computer, Engineering, And Science Staff Salary by State, School Type and Category

For all colleges in United States, the average computer, engineering, and science staff salary is $58,398. For public schools, its average salary is $60,245 and private schools' average salary is $56,520. The average computer, engineering, and science staff salary of national universities is $67,456 and the average computer, engineering, and science staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $58,841.
  • California has the highest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $74,649 and Oklahoma has the lowest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $45,717.
  • For public schools, California has the highest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $84,474 and Oklahoma has the lowest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $44,620.
  • For private schools, Utah has the highest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $73,720 and Montana has the lowest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $41,890.
  • For national universities, Connecticut has the highest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $83,659 and Maine has the lowest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $51,325.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $72,053 and Oklahoma has the lowest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $40,138.
  • For community colleges, California has the highest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $81,235 and Montana has the lowest computer, engineering, and science staff salary of $41,625.
By Occupation
Average Computer Engineering And Science Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$55,895$59,226$48,254$65,949$47,296$57,962
Alaska$61,687$67,587$51,854$70,714--
Washington$67,159$70,023$60,677$76,958$61,525$70,039
Arizona$57,674$57,784$57,526$64,788-$55,602
Arkansas$47,353$47,623$46,517$53,187$42,655$44,691
California$74,649$84,474$65,185$80,622$69,252$81,235
Minnesota$67,279$73,641$59,420$76,252$65,315$75,720
Colorado$62,881$64,224$61,216$70,072$69,861$57,109
Connecticut$74,424$77,972$69,930$83,659$72,053$72,758
Delaware$57,635$58,383$56,638$63,423-$48,519
District of Columbia$71,126$83,971$68,790$77,522--
Florida$53,475$55,535$52,102$60,185$57,895$53,541
Georgia$52,100$49,641$55,174$62,418$56,091$47,038
Hawaii$69,194$74,282$58,001$69,481-$72,179
Idaho$55,562$55,000$56,459$57,189$47,533$55,067
Illinois$61,523$62,175$61,007$67,890$58,044$59,006
Indiana$52,921$56,329$51,539$62,681$54,838$49,211
Iowa$56,304$58,821$54,843$68,378$57,274$56,842
Kansas$50,211$51,336$48,646$59,331$51,990$49,467
Kentucky$48,097$47,344$48,725$54,448$51,344$43,378
Louisiana$50,252$49,975$50,826$54,634$48,689$45,430
Maine$51,899$49,337$55,393$51,325$58,590$48,143
Maryland$65,681$68,447$60,473$70,938$61,576$65,621
Massachusetts$70,754$68,885$71,619$76,856$68,311$64,283
Michigan$57,077$58,964$54,771$66,626$56,800$56,665
Mississippi$51,123$52,021$48,969$52,818$47,399$52,213
Missouri$51,801$50,140$52,750$59,467$51,158$47,805
Montana$46,382$47,786$41,890$53,203-$41,625
Nebraska$56,101$55,685$56,576$59,400$52,428$54,342
Nevada$60,684$68,479$53,754$71,104-$57,308
New Hampshire$64,754$66,484$62,333$74,299$67,122$61,156
New Jersey$64,022$66,086$61,463$81,947$59,853$55,179
New York$64,312$69,119$61,371$75,307$65,910$60,767
North Carolina$52,061$51,781$52,606$68,975$58,898$46,793
North Dakota$54,715$56,059$50,952$63,304-$46,604
Ohio$53,738$54,780$52,994$65,213$59,286$53,093
Oklahoma$45,717$44,620$47,833$55,566$40,138$42,260
Oregon$57,926$61,091$54,157$72,101$57,394$56,924
Pennsylvania$56,929$56,499$57,165$68,762$58,132$54,993
Rhode Island$68,811$65,969$69,758$69,295-$59,069
South Carolina$48,957$50,300$47,004$57,920$56,463$47,677
South Dakota$52,515$56,255$46,104$54,353-$59,308
Tennessee$51,055$55,707$48,287$56,666$55,012$51,906
Texas$55,810$55,627$56,117$59,389$49,981$52,070
Utah$66,386$59,051$73,720$70,648-$76,622
Vermont$55,459$54,628$55,791$63,588$58,935$42,823
Virginia$57,554$58,270$56,915$81,336$53,962$54,022
West Virginia$50,731$47,835$55,408$62,657$51,545$47,083
Wisconsin$57,912$62,106$53,579$60,548$54,458$63,804
Wyoming$55,065$55,448$52,000$59,815-$54,824
Average$58,398$60,245$56,520$67,456$58,841$57,436