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Average Lecturer Salary by State and School Type/Category

For all colleges in United States, the average Lecturer salary is $54,879. For public schools, its average salary is $54,532 and private schools' average salary is $55,341. The average Lecturer salary of national universities is $62,137 and the average Lecturer salary of liberal arts colleges is $58,839.
  • Massachusetts has the highest Lecturer salary of $75,613 and Oklahoma has the lowest Lecturer salary of $39,754.
  • For public schools, Massachusetts has the highest Lecturer salary of $72,859 and Oklahoma has the lowest Lecturer salary of $41,120.
  • For private schools, Massachusetts has the highest Lecturer salary of $75,993 and Alabama has the lowest Lecturer salary of $30,712.
  • For national universities, Massachusetts has the highest Lecturer salary of $83,482 and West Virginia has the lowest Lecturer salary of $42,969.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Minnesota has the highest Lecturer salary of $78,339 and Kentucky has the lowest Lecturer salary of $39,436.
  • For community colleges, Iowa has the highest Lecturer salary of $63,695 and Louisiana has the lowest Lecturer salary of $32,261.
Average Lecturer Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$45,293$52,584$30,712$62,482$51,500-
Arizona$56,163$59,399$51,850$57,298--
Arkansas$42,283$45,214$37,888$55,395$40,648-
California$66,423$71,800$60,710$77,323$74,744-
Colorado$46,378$46,688$45,836$60,309$45,394-
Connecticut$60,735$53,727$70,746$75,704$68,127$50,652
Delaware$54,171$54,171----
District of Columbia$56,261-$56,261$49,879--
Florida$54,766$56,066$53,322$71,483--
Georgia$47,417$44,394$54,974$53,738$58,043$36,907
Hawaii$56,095-$56,095---
Idaho$45,206$45,206-$45,206--
Illinois$55,413$50,584$58,130$61,415$57,344-
Indiana$45,889$48,132$43,239$50,815$44,131$38,228
Iowa$49,121$59,156$44,821$56,886$58,652$63,695
Kansas$45,579$52,303$34,371$60,072-$42,759
Kentucky$45,678$45,142$47,821$58,811$39,436$38,812
Louisiana$48,982$44,214$60,107$70,208-$32,261
Maine$57,007$52,321$67,942$57,443$64,200-
Maryland$54,025$53,624$54,892$60,380$46,460$49,675
Massachusetts$75,613$72,859$75,993$83,482$68,069-
Michigan$56,624$60,541$50,096$66,755$51,883-
Minnesota$64,618-$64,618$75,910$78,339-
Mississippi$43,715$45,418$36,900$45,418--
Missouri$43,560$44,102$43,085$49,662-$38,906
Montana$47,390$47,390-$45,441--
Nebraska$42,971$44,971$37,970$56,894$41,721-
Nevada$61,462$60,392$65,740$59,935--
New Hampshire$62,795$65,100$55,880$72,431$59,562-
New Jersey$61,845$54,709$68,981$71,742-$42,856
New York$57,585$60,032$54,650$65,490$59,115$62,013
North Carolina$51,289$52,994$48,902$53,881$62,880-
North Dakota$44,615$44,615-$49,268--
Ohio$52,009$55,293$44,546$55,639$41,232$53,995
Oklahoma$39,754$41,120$31,557$46,851--
Oregon$57,021$58,986$54,401$66,702$71,310-
Pennsylvania$57,746$58,514$56,979$62,792$60,669$50,346
Rhode Island$59,127$51,022$60,478$70,190--
South Carolina$45,964$58,346$38,889$69,731$42,215-
South Dakota$53,919$56,611$40,457$57,382--
Tennessee$45,614$48,175$42,541$47,864$47,213-
Texas$52,234$53,272$49,813$55,482-$43,172
Utah$54,378$54,378-$65,114-$44,001
Vermont$64,106$63,018$64,650$63,018$77,048-
Virginia$47,903$48,160$47,561$53,112$53,259$37,841
Washington$57,716$63,862$52,448$65,716$73,368-
West Virginia$41,940$41,940-$42,969$47,489$41,863
Wisconsin$53,646$49,116$63,460$57,005$67,943-
Wyoming$60,797$60,797-$60,797--
Average$54,879$54,532$55,341$62,137$58,839$48,280