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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 $55,889. For public schools, its average salary is $55,369 and private schools' average salary is $56,565. The average Lecturer salary of national universities is $63,804 and the average Lecturer salary of liberal arts colleges is $59,876.
  • Massachusetts has the highest Lecturer salary of $78,788 and West Virginia has the lowest Lecturer salary of $38,829.
  • For public schools, Massachusetts has the highest Lecturer salary of $75,509 and West Virginia has the lowest Lecturer salary of $40,518.
  • For private schools, Massachusetts has the highest Lecturer salary of $79,274 and West Virginia has the lowest Lecturer salary of $27,000.
  • For national universities, Massachusetts has the highest Lecturer salary of $87,184 and West Virginia has the lowest Lecturer salary of $30,937.
  • For liberal arts colleges, California has the highest Lecturer salary of $78,373 and Maryland has the lowest Lecturer salary of $36,203.
  • For community colleges, New York has the highest Lecturer salary of $68,901 and California has the lowest Lecturer salary of $30,643.
Average Lecturer Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$47,219$55,492$33,983$62,628$38,806-
Arizona$58,251$60,128$43,236$58,729--
Arkansas$45,875$51,427$37,547$58,330$38,360-
California$69,764$72,203$66,348$81,013$78,373$30,643
Colorado$47,796$46,085$49,792$62,104$57,959-
Connecticut$64,443$57,654$72,079$75,400$68,393$54,631
Delaware$57,268$57,268----
District of Columbia$58,072-$58,072$52,189--
Florida$54,828$59,861$49,795$74,222--
Georgia$48,908$45,707$57,801$55,167$52,857$39,192
Hawaii$57,186-$57,186---
Idaho$41,759$47,451$30,375$47,451--
Illinois$58,729$53,604$60,887$63,685$65,400-
Indiana$44,810$47,796$41,825$52,677$42,697$43,054
Iowa$47,556$60,404$42,049$58,081$54,624$65,049
Kansas$46,231$54,362$32,679$61,802-$45,359
Kentucky$45,869$45,082$50,200$62,009$39,730$36,970
Louisiana$60,566$59,460$63,148$71,924-$34,750
Maine$60,002$53,970$72,065$59,856$69,210-
Maryland$55,642$55,435$56,138$63,765$36,203$48,697
Massachusetts$78,788$75,509$79,274$87,184$73,678-
Michigan$59,639$61,839$55,971$68,839$50,277-
Minnesota$65,760-$65,760$79,184$67,166-
Mississippi$43,753$45,466$36,900$45,466--
Missouri$45,103$49,617$40,024$48,861-$49,114
Montana$45,501$47,731$41,041$45,343--
Nebraska$45,390$46,951$40,707$59,024$43,297-
Nevada$61,649$61,649-$61,856--
New Hampshire$61,757$64,436$56,400$66,789$65,395-
New Jersey$61,108$54,897$68,008$70,834-$45,245
New York$58,888$61,657$55,645$67,557$61,246$68,901
North Carolina$53,163$53,637$52,499$58,632$63,448-
North Dakota$47,056$47,056-$52,314--
Ohio$53,900$56,495$46,442$57,268-$47,973
Oklahoma$39,909$41,560$30,000$46,887--
Oregon$57,916$59,251$56,137$78,977$72,600$45,840
Pennsylvania$57,874$56,205$58,391$62,740$59,899$53,258
Rhode Island$67,479$54,194$69,377$73,052--
South Carolina$48,025$59,282$40,521$68,910$44,854-
South Dakota$52,644$55,433$35,913$60,227--
Tennessee$46,520$48,969$44,072$48,688$47,827-
Texas$53,014$52,971$53,133$56,348-$42,513
Utah$55,127$55,127-$63,162-$45,035
Vermont$65,505$65,095$65,710$65,095$77,282-
Virginia$49,340$49,044$49,735$54,059$50,529$38,290
Washington$59,849$68,295$53,816$79,689$74,465-
West Virginia$38,829$40,518$27,000$30,937$47,696$38,168
Wisconsin$52,592$50,066$58,067$57,744$63,401-
Wyoming$62,293$62,293-$62,293--
Average$55,889$55,369$56,565$63,804$59,876$49,176