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Average Librarians Curators Archivists Academic Affairs And Other Education Services Staff Salary

Average Librarians, Curators, Archivists, Academic Affairs, And Other Education Services Staff Salary by State, School Type and Category

For all colleges in the United States, the average librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary is $50,704. For public schools, its average salary is $52,635 and private schools' average salary is $49,169. The average librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of national universities is $57,198 and the average librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $52,238.
  • Hawaii has the highest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $67,246 and Oklahoma has the lowest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $40,409.
  • For public schools, Hawaii has the highest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $75,332 and Oklahoma has the lowest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $39,909.
  • For private schools, Rhode Island has the highest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $61,562 and Wyoming has the lowest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $31,720.
  • For national universities, Hawaii has the highest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $81,152 and Kentucky has the lowest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $42,031.
  • For liberal arts colleges, California has the highest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $64,368 and Kansas has the lowest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $28,532.
  • For community colleges, Connecticut has the highest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $72,938 and Virginia has the lowest librarians, curators, archivists, academic affairs, and other education services staff salary of $37,200.
By Occupation
Average Librarians Curators Archivists Academic Affairs And Other Education Services Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$49,222$50,534$46,956$52,014$52,949$50,929
Alaska$57,589$68,636$42,860$73,380--
Arizona$51,397$52,440$50,474$60,355-$49,770
Arkansas$41,355$41,840$40,412$45,103$46,398$39,562
California$59,974$64,862$56,341$66,543$64,368$61,690
Minnesota$58,349$62,067$53,929$62,326$56,022$61,904
Colorado$51,246$49,950$52,385$57,615$55,647$45,433
Connecticut$64,086$73,920$54,253$71,301$62,663$72,938
Delaware$55,576$64,271$48,621$58,813-$49,256
District of Columbia$60,175$70,530$58,794$66,222--
Florida$47,206$48,408$46,689$48,984$44,129$47,403
Georgia$45,096$43,125$46,956$49,410$44,664$43,451
Hawaii$67,246$75,332$49,458$81,152-$72,398
Idaho$50,807$45,807$56,522$52,033$50,532$38,851
Illinois$52,598$54,690$51,159$59,201$47,444$53,418
Indiana$48,072$54,043$46,281$59,024$47,512$46,934
Iowa$45,792$50,344$43,389$59,882$46,548$48,950
Kansas$41,448$43,582$38,740$50,337$28,532$42,511
Missouri$46,326$46,006$46,478$55,288$48,176$43,877
Kentucky$42,674$42,231$43,020$42,031$44,472$40,572
Louisiana$44,925$44,532$45,571$47,214$42,995$40,768
Maine$54,235$49,546$60,487$49,623$56,413$60,675
Maryland$57,559$60,510$52,641$63,275$59,393$58,172
Massachusetts$60,735$62,846$59,884$68,739$57,689$60,770
Michigan$52,174$53,900$50,275$56,273$52,247$53,916
Mississippi$41,904$43,549$38,316$42,737$44,097$44,496
Montana$41,522$41,347$42,080$44,027-$44,139
Nebraska$46,179$46,690$45,557$49,107$47,988$49,961
Nevada$56,579$59,713$54,752$67,811-$54,094
New Hampshire$53,574$56,719$49,487$65,417$59,419$53,821
New Jersey$64,137$67,341$60,602$74,931$52,024$58,810
New York$59,750$65,686$56,572$64,803$57,268$58,907
North Carolina$47,337$48,883$45,200$61,412$48,977$46,520
North Dakota$45,500$45,671$45,101$51,382-$52,582
Ohio$47,585$49,444$46,469$54,449$52,005$46,103
Oklahoma$40,409$39,909$41,283$47,605$37,264$39,099
Oregon$50,797$52,751$48,844$60,414$57,874$50,442
Pennsylvania$50,384$61,105$47,723$58,064$50,564$50,545
Rhode Island$62,529$67,362$61,562$67,808--
South Carolina$45,141$46,239$44,008$54,118$53,579$44,300
South Dakota$44,170$47,936$39,148$44,488-$49,056
Tennessee$45,768$49,409$44,298$49,162$55,884$42,655
Texas$46,770$46,099$47,473$46,576$50,087$44,861
Utah$47,702$47,578$47,755$61,803-$44,704
Vermont$50,301$45,249$52,244$59,404$52,717$38,565
Virginia$46,612$45,558$47,379$54,714$49,005$37,200
Washington$54,439$54,738$53,879$59,371$56,882$54,587
West Virginia$42,838$47,119$37,550$59,289$44,471$45,876
Wisconsin$50,743$53,962$47,720$51,466$48,555$57,141
Wyoming$43,414$44,875$31,720$49,758-$44,178
Average$50,704$52,635$49,169$57,198$52,238$50,433