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Average Production Transportation And Material Moving Staff Salary

Average Production, Transportation, And Material Moving Staff Salary by State, School Type and Category

For all colleges in the United States, the average production, transportation, and material moving staff salary is $43,888. For public schools, its average salary is $45,591 and private schools' average salary is $41,040. The average production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of national universities is $46,985 and the average production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $41,774.
  • Connecticut has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $59,228 and Arkansas has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $32,183.
  • For public schools, Connecticut has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $65,498 and Arkansas has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $31,157.
  • For private schools, Massachusetts has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $53,074 and South Dakota has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $26,385.
  • For national universities, Connecticut has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $65,745 and Oklahoma has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $32,620.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $63,408 and Alabama has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $25,750.
  • For community colleges, California has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $61,842 and Arkansas has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $29,575.
By Occupation
Average Production Transportation And Material Moving Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$37,056$39,019$30,774$39,750$25,750$44,230
Alaska$56,553$56,553-$57,629--
Arizona$42,193$41,782$45,891$38,215-$42,807
Arkansas$32,183$31,157$33,553$34,545$32,776$29,575
California$54,711$60,660$47,666$60,496$45,688$61,842
Colorado$46,111$45,658$48,528$52,458$44,533$43,348
Connecticut$59,228$65,498$52,062$65,745$63,408$61,118
Delaware$39,675$39,675-$43,659--
District of Columbia$50,940$58,825$49,626$50,448--
Florida$36,062$36,427$35,464$37,223--
Georgia$34,846-$34,846$38,430$31,506$34,118
Hawaii$45,970$45,909$46,211$51,706-$45,088
Idaho$40,692$39,094$50,280$38,716-$36,640
Illinois$53,543$55,702$49,943$63,861$46,635$43,404
Indiana$40,256$40,479$39,848$42,976--
Iowa$39,434$43,218$35,229$44,934$40,733$41,109
Kansas$42,955$43,747$32,666$44,883$32,666$47,855
Kentucky$33,614$34,356$32,556$39,628$35,243$30,534
Louisiana$37,251$36,315$39,497$41,348$29,995$34,341
Maine$46,672$58,029$40,994$42,765$44,619-
Maryland$44,723$47,847$37,086$45,544$49,295$46,439
Massachusetts$55,709$60,100$53,074$65,596$50,160$55,108
Michigan$52,456$55,710$44,503$55,703$46,986$45,665
Minnesota$50,203$47,181$51,852$51,639$52,441$40,737
Mississippi$37,358$37,358-$37,048-$41,352
Missouri$40,589$39,798$42,700$45,048-$45,965
Montana$43,234$37,041$49,428$36,850--
Nebraska$43,378$44,064$36,511$51,429-$46,512
Nevada$42,282$42,853$39,998$45,104--
New Hampshire$43,144$48,934$37,354$49,369$28,490-
New Jersey$54,129$55,482$51,424$51,602-$60,900
New York$54,719$60,800$46,264$52,099$44,954$59,597
North Carolina$36,521$37,898$32,964$37,610$32,897$39,586
North Dakota$40,020$40,020-$47,042-$50,067
Ohio$38,127$40,878$35,377$40,281$45,008$37,023
Oklahoma$33,687$33,347$34,960$32,620-$31,390
Oregon$50,696$53,432$43,399$53,918$37,424$54,521
Pennsylvania$40,537$44,343$39,775$45,490$38,194$43,499
Rhode Island$48,488$44,761$49,109$43,482--
South Carolina$35,086$35,836$33,398$41,758$31,782$35,463
South Dakota$36,920$41,134$26,385$56,805--
Tennessee$38,762$41,020$36,128$33,094$34,493$38,809
Texas$42,254$42,595$41,071$40,501$40,458$42,391
Utah$40,555$37,370$51,703$45,638-$36,860
Vermont$42,063$43,965$41,429$43,965$45,311-
Virginia$39,463$41,319$34,824$40,856$34,462$43,413
Washington$48,414$49,998$40,890$54,844$37,423$46,370
West Virginia$32,816$34,868$26,661$37,643$31,666-
Wisconsin$48,665$52,123$36,215$45,848$47,850$57,165
Wyoming$41,086$41,086-$41,844-$40,834
Average$43,888$45,591$41,040$46,985$41,774$44,507