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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 $43,265. For public schools, its average salary is $44,786 and private schools' average salary is $40,786. The average production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of national universities is $45,800 and the average production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $41,936.
  • Connecticut has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $56,339 and Arkansas has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $31,506.
  • For public schools, Connecticut has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $60,866 and Georgia has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $26,004.
  • For private schools, Utah has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $57,467 and Mississippi has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $22,505.
  • For national universities, Massachusetts has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $63,583 and Tennessee has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $31,465.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $59,876 and Louisiana has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $27,447.
  • For community colleges, New York has the highest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $62,306 and Georgia has the lowest production, transportation, and material moving staff salary of $26,004.
By Occupation
Average Production Transportation And Material Moving Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$38,711$40,870$32,594$39,384$29,432$51,623
Alaska$50,714$50,714-$54,965--
Arizona$41,697$40,981$45,634$36,459-$43,868
Arkansas$31,506$30,309$33,420$33,211$33,043$26,987
California$52,716$57,704$46,809$54,267$48,366$60,303
Colorado$45,265$44,499$49,601$52,079$46,156$41,570
Connecticut$56,339$60,866$50,518$58,584$59,876$60,260
Delaware$42,568$42,568-$43,333--
District of Columbia$52,533$54,587$52,191$53,014--
Florida$34,802$34,902$34,636$37,188--
Georgia$34,857$26,004$35,841$38,158$34,945$26,004
Hawaii$44,239$44,539$43,040$50,910-$43,619
Idaho$40,605$38,986$50,318$38,321-$36,911
Illinois$54,341$57,129$49,881$60,876$45,511$46,795
Indiana$39,096$39,564$38,316$42,486$29,764-
Iowa$39,850$43,590$35,176$50,156$40,231$40,396
Kansas$41,738$42,344$33,246$42,958$33,246$46,127
Kentucky$33,179$34,122$31,832$39,528$36,513$30,534
Louisiana$35,097$34,362$37,301$39,653$27,447$33,280
Maine$48,805$54,568$44,964$38,151$44,964-
Maryland$46,169$46,975$44,052$43,557$51,558$46,390
Massachusetts$55,377$58,664$53,274$63,583$50,106$54,224
Michigan$51,690$54,539$43,854$53,880$47,335$46,282
Minnesota$47,602$42,064$51,294$46,985$53,086$38,816
Mississippi$35,626$36,636$22,505$35,359-$40,860
Missouri$40,508$39,323$42,878$44,546-$45,649
Montana$39,914$34,171$47,571$35,558--
Nebraska$42,819$43,450$36,511$50,334-$45,528
Nevada$47,909$50,545$40,000$50,621--
New Hampshire$42,679$48,616$36,741$48,946$27,933-
New Jersey$49,471$50,390$47,895$53,848$29,536$49,240
New York$54,832$60,847$46,615$51,492$43,076$62,306
North Carolina$36,514$37,261$34,406$37,014$32,094$39,012
North Dakota$39,620$39,620-$46,495-$49,725
Ohio$37,474$40,146$34,634$39,226$44,899$34,314
Oklahoma$32,913$32,806$33,179$32,185-$29,387
Oregon$47,881$51,245$41,152$51,041$37,458$51,491
Pennsylvania$40,442$46,734$39,155$45,706$38,413$47,136
Rhode Island$49,746$48,346$49,946$44,180--
South Carolina$34,964$36,076$32,460$40,771$29,895$35,606
South Dakota$38,390$43,316$28,539$55,817--
Tennessee$35,334$35,243$35,441$31,465$37,268$38,766
Texas$40,726$41,850$36,551$41,371$38,592$42,986
Utah$44,007$40,161$57,467$45,875-$36,860
Vermont$39,816$41,627$39,363$41,627$40,035-
Virginia$39,658$40,469$37,530$39,936$37,959$43,295
Washington$46,971$48,525$42,050$52,960$36,043$45,697
West Virginia$33,034$35,771$27,561$37,258$31,770-
Wisconsin$47,397$50,190$34,828$43,843$41,652$54,876
Wyoming$42,310$42,310-$39,764-$43,159
Average$43,265$44,786$40,786$45,800$41,936$44,468