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Average Lecturer Salary by State and School Type/Category

For all colleges in the United States, the average Lecturer salary is $56,828. For public schools, its average salary is $56,259 and private schools' average salary is $57,596. The average Lecturer salary of national universities is $64,509 and the average Lecturer salary of liberal arts colleges is $61,722.
  • Alaska has the highest Lecturer salary of $80,800 and West Virginia has the lowest Lecturer salary of $42,060.
  • For public schools, Alaska has the highest Lecturer salary of $80,800 and West Virginia has the lowest Lecturer salary of $42,060.
  • For private schools, Massachusetts has the highest Lecturer salary of $80,125 and Kansas has the lowest Lecturer salary of $25,000.
  • For national universities, Oregon has the highest Lecturer salary of $87,623 and Arkansas has the lowest Lecturer salary of $38,455.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Vermont has the highest Lecturer salary of $84,988 and Maryland has the lowest Lecturer salary of $35,676.
  • For community colleges, New York has the highest Lecturer salary of $68,215 and Louisiana has the lowest Lecturer salary of $35,932.
Average Lecturer Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$51,665$58,905$38,997$73,045$41,490-
Alaska$80,800$80,800-$80,800--
Arizona$55,210$57,371$44,408$58,152--
Arkansas$43,638$46,370$38,176$38,455$38,771$50,600
California$71,436$74,357$67,298$82,252$78,734-
Colorado$51,361$50,129$53,517$63,052$57,484-
Connecticut$67,924$64,974$70,873$81,328$68,022$61,583
Delaware$55,328$55,328----
District of Columbia$52,734-$52,734$50,569--
Florida$56,078$60,650$50,999$76,570--
Georgia$51,813$50,477$54,848$59,845$60,746$40,120
Hawaii$56,631-$56,631---
Idaho$48,363$47,754$49,581$47,754$49,581-
Illinois$57,430$52,355$59,567$63,504$57,526-
Indiana$46,494$47,849$44,892$52,921$46,534$40,000
Iowa$49,302$59,222$45,051$56,731$61,288$64,204
Kansas$50,406$56,757$25,000$61,038--
Kentucky$46,800$42,471$61,229$50,273$41,288$37,617
Louisiana$54,283$54,592$53,667$71,701-$35,932
Maine$59,030$54,060$68,970$62,505$66,214-
Maryland$55,855$55,793$56,005$66,141$35,676$46,190
Massachusetts$79,477$75,271$80,125$86,354$77,359-
Michigan$61,316$63,183$58,204$70,152$51,650-
Minnesota$62,035-$62,035$77,899$74,478-
Mississippi$45,300$45,300-$45,300--
Missouri$45,662$46,143$45,020$53,237-$48,829
Montana$46,632$49,427$41,041$47,508--
Nebraska$48,441$48,351$48,978$46,297--
Nevada$59,023$59,023-$61,005--
New Hampshire$61,149$63,521$56,406$68,304$66,346-
New Jersey$60,440$57,202$64,000$69,218-$45,666
New York$60,650$63,170$57,400$67,866$63,590$68,215
North Carolina$51,198$53,524$47,942$57,422$54,572-
North Dakota$54,442$54,442-$54,442--
Ohio$55,460$56,945$50,581$58,753-$48,458
Oklahoma$44,538$43,380$53,802$49,873--
Oregon$59,845$62,011$56,957$87,623$66,400$47,840
Pennsylvania$58,042$55,415$58,749$64,963$62,555$52,761
Rhode Island$64,050$54,498$65,642$72,892--
South Carolina$46,370$58,330$39,535$69,590$41,600-
South Dakota$55,342$55,342-$60,025--
Tennessee$48,322$48,881$47,763$48,909$46,915-
Texas$53,563$54,373$51,689$57,076-$42,652
Utah$54,998$54,998-$63,511-$46,278
Vermont$67,700$65,168$68,966$65,168$84,988-
Virginia$48,174$47,844$48,736$54,654$50,378$39,299
Washington$56,330$58,377$54,284$55,118$76,261-
West Virginia$42,060$42,060-$41,227$43,024$39,917
Wisconsin$54,916$50,916$62,343$59,778$68,732-
Wyoming$62,608$62,608-$62,608--
Average$56,828$56,259$57,596$64,509$61,722$49,618