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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 United States, the average natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary is $45,612. For public schools, its average salary is $46,759 and private schools' average salary is $44,129. The average natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of national universities is $52,672 and the average natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $46,796.
  • Massachusetts has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $66,710 and Arkansas has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $32,550.
  • For public schools, Massachusetts has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $78,741 and Arkansas has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $31,903.
  • For private schools, Massachusetts has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $60,054 and West Virginia has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $26,851.
  • For national universities, Massachusetts has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $72,399 and Mississippi has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $33,473.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $63,234 and Oklahoma has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $29,704.
  • For community colleges, Massachusetts has the highest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $96,717 and Arkansas has the lowest natural resources, construction, and maintenance staff salary of $29,765.
By Occupation
Average Natural Resources Construction And Maintenance Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$42,664$45,232$35,987$47,500$38,138$47,279
Alaska$54,017$54,772$51,000$59,148--
Arizona$46,275$48,551$40,709$40,798-$51,328
Arkansas$32,550$31,903$34,767$35,772$31,711$29,765
California$57,286$65,814$51,706$67,428$51,459$59,912
Colorado$50,441$49,769$52,381$55,636$58,198$45,401
Connecticut$58,566$61,957$54,894$59,341$63,234$60,696
Delaware$43,542$49,055$27,000$59,136-$42,106
District of Columbia$59,405$70,077$57,880$55,646--
Florida$38,859$41,502$35,996$44,433$36,553$39,470
Georgia$38,918$38,162$40,480$42,378$40,216$34,756
Hawaii$51,279$53,484$40,253$54,279-$53,789
Idaho$40,858$40,383$42,758$38,747$38,834$41,097
Illinois$55,327$59,671$52,627$69,431$49,160$50,812
Indiana$43,106$44,865$42,080$56,462$37,499-
Iowa$42,342$47,489$39,656$57,321$46,120$44,239
Kansas$38,009$39,030$35,626$38,905-$38,499
Kentucky$34,164$38,248$32,243$41,485$36,758-
Louisiana$36,881$36,115$40,056$39,746$31,725$35,578
Maine$41,720$40,907$43,075$38,093$46,510$40,346
Maryland$45,702$47,245$42,394$49,028$41,477$46,045
Massachusetts$66,710$78,741$60,054$72,399$58,462$96,717
Michigan$49,961$55,114$42,232$57,581$50,135$52,246
Minnesota$58,746$60,170$55,755$71,092$59,956$60,357
Mississippi$37,573$35,912$42,833$33,473$41,400$38,550
Missouri$41,452$41,550$41,369$48,709$33,295$41,800
Montana$41,362$41,389$41,274$48,309-$34,419
Nebraska$39,900$41,495$37,435$51,281$43,029$44,277
Nevada$50,030$52,213$45,664$54,485-$56,451
New Hampshire$44,454$43,258$45,950$53,500$47,642$42,175
New Jersey$52,780$54,275$50,163$65,646$51,585$51,776
New York$55,065$59,268$51,554$60,271$52,991$57,321
North Carolina$39,950$39,743$40,476$48,319$43,963$37,417
North Dakota$42,342$41,843$43,714$49,725-$43,850
Ohio$41,107$42,170$39,975$48,159$54,516$38,473
Oklahoma$34,929$33,644$37,599$44,054$29,704$31,057
Oregon$50,619$52,342$47,799$55,959$54,825$49,716
Pennsylvania$48,385$51,647$46,379$57,553$48,706$42,156
Rhode Island$55,043$46,443$58,729$53,601-$42,762
South Carolina$38,314$39,817$34,217$40,138$35,417$39,244
South Dakota$37,612$39,172$32,930$40,061--
Tennessee$36,847$36,361$37,171$38,420$42,857$35,238
Texas$41,297$43,069$37,898$42,138$36,599$40,412
Utah$47,133$44,721$55,575$49,418-$46,797
Vermont$43,790$42,743$44,209$54,628$46,152-
Virginia$42,924$43,036$42,716$51,716$41,263$40,921
Washington$50,212$50,633$48,845$58,242$50,619$47,721
West Virginia$33,563$35,143$26,851$35,996$32,393$33,668
Wisconsin$49,281$52,919$44,227$57,838$43,605$55,913
Wyoming$45,417$45,417-$45,644-$45,385
Average$45,612$46,759$44,129$52,672$46,796$45,193