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Average Public Service Staff Salary

Average Public Service Staff Salary by State, School Type and Category

For all colleges in the United States, the average public service staff salary is $67,179. For public schools, its average salary is $71,936 and private schools' average salary is $56,833. The average public service staff salary of national universities is $84,140 and the average public service staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $49,905.
  • Connecticut has the highest public service staff salary of $121,967 and Iowa has the lowest public service staff salary of $41,614.
  • For public schools, Vermont has the highest public service staff salary of $115,639 and Delaware has the lowest public service staff salary of $48,811.
  • For private schools, Connecticut has the highest public service staff salary of $142,813 and Iowa has the lowest public service staff salary of $17,339.
  • For national universities, Arizona has the highest public service staff salary of $123,873 and District of Columbia has the lowest public service staff salary of $38,716.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Vermont has the highest public service staff salary of $64,340 and Alabama has the lowest public service staff salary of $36,000.
  • For community colleges, California has the highest public service staff salary of $108,824 and Arkansas has the lowest public service staff salary of $38,914.
By Occupation
Average Public Service Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$59,991$89,408$37,929$64,916$36,000-
Alaska$49,733$59,692$34,793$64,929--
Arizona$93,840$106,550$43,000$123,873-$54,581
Arkansas$68,399$68,399-$95,486-$38,914
California$77,971$94,793$64,208$96,011-$108,824
Colorado$81,537$81,537-$77,622--
Connecticut$121,967$101,122$142,813$121,967--
Delaware$54,406$48,811$60,000---
District of Columbia$48,181$63,244$40,650$38,716--
Florida$50,900$67,770$39,653$67,770--
Georgia$86,136$85,309$90,267$117,474$53,498$76,688
Hawaii$71,334$86,645$56,022$86,645--
Idaho$71,125$71,125-$71,125--
Illinois$71,898$61,082$77,306$61,082--
Indiana$60,212$81,380$46,101$99,555$48,500-
Iowa$41,614$53,751$17,339$63,916-$43,587
Kansas$64,413$64,413-$82,961-$52,047
Kentucky$74,449$74,449-$109,712--
Louisiana$52,822$51,300$58,147$53,638-$47,961
Maine$90,629$90,629-$90,629--
Maryland$68,451$67,840$73,340$72,654-$61,322
Massachusetts$76,400$100,178$52,623$100,178--
Michigan$62,116$63,886$57,689$55,673-$73,610
Minnesota$56,332$56,332-$57,981--
Mississippi$76,201$76,201-$95,485-$56,917
Missouri$76,001$82,517$62,970$86,908--
Montana$57,064$56,019$63,333$76,214--
Nebraska$59,471$59,471-$71,740-$39,815
Nevada$97,807$97,807-$97,807--
New Jersey$66,715$67,961$61,733$98,360-$57,828
New York$72,876$84,261$56,612$85,093$39,661$50,162
North Carolina$97,369$97,369-$119,400-$53,307
North Dakota$54,909$54,909-$66,818--
Ohio$53,443$67,394$39,492$80,319-$54,470
Oklahoma$69,539$69,539-$88,494-$46,913
Oregon$61,593$59,669$73,138$76,384-$46,449
Pennsylvania$89,753$85,398$93,382$91,514$55,246$57,212
South Carolina$59,451$73,161$38,886$81,588--
South Dakota$63,756$63,753$63,763$62,133--
Tennessee$65,975$69,792$46,889$76,378--
Texas$67,509$71,626$51,861$84,816-$41,756
Utah$78,974$81,461$74,000$78,974--
Vermont$74,993$115,639$54,670$115,639$64,340-
Virginia$65,817$65,817-$74,465--
Washington$68,296$68,296-$78,533--
West Virginia$45,258$58,996$17,784$65,901$52,090-
Wisconsin$59,897$57,989$67,531$68,515-$61,182
Wyoming$68,820$68,820-$82,184-$55,456
Average$67,179$71,936$56,833$84,140$49,905$56,535