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Average Natural Resources Construction And Maintenance Staff Salary

Average Natural Resources, Construction, And Maintenance Staff Salary by State, School Type and Category

For all colleges in the United States, the average natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary is $46,578. For public schools, its average salary is $47,458 and private schools' average salary is $45,449. The average natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of national universities is $53,986 and the average natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $47,479.
  • Massachusetts has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $62,887 and Arkansas has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $33,173.
  • For public schools, District of Columbia has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $70,166 and Arkansas has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $32,767.
  • For private schools, Massachusetts has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $63,711 and West Virginia has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $27,985.
  • For national universities, Massachusetts has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $76,187 and Mississippi has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $33,500.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $79,175 and Oklahoma has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $30,038.
  • For community colleges, Connecticut has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $64,684 and Arkansas has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $30,305.
By Occupation
Average Natural Resources Construction And Maintenance Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$44,083$46,447$38,280$49,108$34,701$48,355
Alaska$53,736$54,670$50,000$58,383--
Arizona$47,514$49,282$42,433$41,315-$51,876
Arkansas$33,173$32,767$34,393$36,627$33,368$30,305
California$58,945$68,444$52,572$70,434$50,074$61,997
Colorado$51,113$50,108$53,726$56,241$59,344$45,894
Connecticut$62,162$63,492$60,524$61,482$79,175$64,684
Delaware$47,100$47,100-$59,577-$40,217
District of Columbia$61,620$70,166$60,399$61,108--
Florida$39,618$41,690$37,433$43,606$39,563$40,856
Georgia$40,510$40,207$41,063$43,875$43,503$38,020
Hawaii$55,853$57,198$48,459$57,993-$56,936
Idaho$41,889$41,392$43,877$40,350$40,394$41,726
Illinois$57,842$63,133$54,944$69,938$48,151$53,861
Indiana$42,947$44,140$42,301$55,793$36,531-
Iowa$43,573$47,483$41,262$55,983$47,699$44,735
Kansas$38,071$39,666$34,880$40,366-$38,889
Kentucky$34,610$39,362$32,498$42,310$37,317-
Louisiana$37,827$37,611$38,724$40,926$32,968$36,436
Maine$41,954$41,165$43,357$39,394$47,133$40,921
Maryland$48,179$49,536$45,369$51,688$47,052$47,471
Massachusetts$62,887$61,454$63,711$76,187$59,476$57,831
Michigan$51,308$55,342$44,706$59,180$49,665$53,527
Minnesota$59,764$61,993$55,306$71,619$61,084$61,848
Mississippi$36,538$36,861$35,516$33,500$37,425$39,441
Missouri$42,351$42,226$42,457$49,362$37,021$42,364
Montana$42,931$42,688$43,825$50,612-$37,933
Nebraska$42,704$44,498$39,833$51,804$43,890$44,394
Nevada$52,007$53,789$48,443$55,806-$58,219
New Hampshire$46,620$43,628$49,611$55,384$49,885$42,019
New Jersey$54,560$56,801$50,777$64,475$52,222$54,890
New York$56,102$59,993$52,774$61,817$53,758$57,819
North Carolina$40,376$39,765$41,916$46,699$43,383$38,461
North Dakota$43,390$43,243$43,796$52,462-$44,576
Ohio$42,626$43,375$41,792$48,399$54,237$40,618
Oklahoma$35,553$34,690$37,156$45,122$30,038$32,693
Oregon$53,463$55,046$50,119$56,670$55,679$54,350
Pennsylvania$47,483$49,768$46,647$59,202$46,421$44,446
Rhode Island$53,128$36,219$60,375$54,067-$42,696
South Carolina$39,368$40,250$37,163$40,403$40,128$40,165
South Dakota$38,925$40,106$34,793$41,118-$40,156
Tennessee$38,474$36,772$39,811$39,668$42,184$36,150
Texas$42,590$43,767$40,077$43,687$37,324$40,950
Utah$47,417$45,046$55,717$50,864-$47,980
Vermont$44,064$43,583$44,240$54,955$48,292-
Virginia$43,342$44,221$41,913$52,274$41,361$42,280
Washington$53,399$53,332$53,659$62,064$53,330$50,732
West Virginia$34,013$35,897$27,985$36,754$32,618$34,347
Wisconsin$50,788$54,748$44,732$57,798$44,794$58,208
Wyoming$47,015$47,015-$50,248-$46,553
Average$46,578$47,458$45,449$53,986$47,479$45,772