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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 $68,511. For public schools, its average salary is $70,696 and private schools' average salary is $63,628. The average public service staff salary of national universities is $81,621 and the average public service staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $52,766.
  • Connecticut has the highest public service staff salary of $118,679 and Delaware has the lowest public service staff salary of $44,030.
  • For public schools, Vermont has the highest public service staff salary of $118,395 and Delaware has the lowest public service staff salary of $44,030.
  • For private schools, Arizona has the highest public service staff salary of $153,864 and Montana has the lowest public service staff salary of $34,843.
  • For national universities, Connecticut has the highest public service staff salary of $118,679 and Ohio has the lowest public service staff salary of $54,891.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Vermont has the highest public service staff salary of $67,738 and Georgia has the lowest public service staff salary of $41,631.
  • For community colleges, New York has the highest public service staff salary of $91,885 and Nebraska has the lowest public service staff salary of $20,642.
By Occupation
Average Public Service Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$56,950$57,316$56,584$63,468--
Alaska$65,421$71,129$42,586$68,914--
Arizona$91,640$76,084$153,864$97,798-$51,806
Arkansas$101,214$101,214-$94,046-$49,214
California$84,272$93,730$76,997$102,885-$64,619
Colorado$74,717$74,717-$73,048--
Connecticut$118,679$99,946$137,412$118,679--
Delaware$44,030$44,030----
District of Columbia$73,049$65,142$77,003$69,315--
Florida$56,130$68,430$40,755$70,877-$58,640
Georgia$73,986$74,630$71,569$92,064$41,631$73,947
Hawaii$70,750$85,478$56,022$85,478--
Idaho$74,109$74,109-$74,109--
Illinois$67,459$62,653$69,261$58,953--
Indiana$68,555$76,358$56,851$99,123--
Iowa$53,768$53,768-$62,860-$44,676
Kansas$66,028$66,028-$84,437-$53,755
Kentucky$75,054$75,054-$111,918--
Louisiana$59,380$56,241$68,800$57,612-$56,578
Maine$94,857$94,857-$94,857--
Maryland$65,799$68,238$59,294$81,337-$66,031
Massachusetts$76,867$100,463$53,271$100,463--
Michigan$54,140$60,336$44,847$55,257-$62,875
Minnesota$54,453$54,453-$58,370--
Mississippi$77,530$77,530-$98,143-$56,917
Missouri$66,538$70,607$62,468$79,295--
Montana$55,234$58,632$34,843$77,851--
Nebraska$60,202$60,202-$72,441-$20,642
Nevada$95,553$95,553-$95,553--
New Jersey$62,573$62,736$61,755$96,090-$54,398
New York$83,776$93,403$61,313$88,110$55,130$91,885
North Carolina$90,186$90,186-$107,500-$55,557
North Dakota$58,163$58,163-$67,402-$59,194
Ohio$66,207$54,891$69,978$54,891--
Oklahoma$65,618$65,618-$88,948-$44,453
Oregon$72,637$72,368$74,252$85,463-$47,899
Pennsylvania$86,163$67,335$98,715$89,072$56,333$44,862
South Carolina$56,702$68,365$41,151$72,058--
South Dakota$61,287$60,050$63,763$62,511-$57,588
Tennessee$75,145$80,451$48,612$89,701--
Texas$59,799$60,520$56,193$64,247-$42,237
Utah$90,765$81,512$109,273$90,765--
Vermont$70,099$118,395$54,001$118,395$67,738-
Virginia$65,496$65,496-$73,005--
Washington$69,689$69,689-$81,319--
West Virginia$63,551$55,746$79,160$68,492$43,000-
Wisconsin$60,878$59,579$66,076$70,498-$61,651
Wyoming$70,030$70,030-$84,604-$55,456
Average$68,511$70,696$63,628$81,621$52,766$57,816