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Average Public Service Staff Salary

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

For all colleges in United States, the average public service staff salary is $64,827. For public schools, its average salary is $70,178 and private schools' average salary is $53,501. The average public service staff salary of national universities is $83,863 and the average public service staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $47,559.
  • Kentucky has the highest public service staff salary of $105,697 and Alabama has the lowest public service staff salary of $41,129.
  • For public schools, Arizona has the highest public service staff salary of $121,537 and Illinois has the lowest public service staff salary of $44,700.
  • For private schools, Tennessee has the highest public service staff salary of $95,690 and Arkansas has the lowest public service staff salary of $24,350.
  • For national universities, Arizona has the highest public service staff salary of $144,361 and Maryland has the lowest public service staff salary of $44,008.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Vermont has the highest public service staff salary of $60,456 and Alabama has the lowest public service staff salary of $36,000.
  • For community colleges, New York has the highest public service staff salary of $93,743 and Arkansas has the lowest public service staff salary of $29,933.
By Occupation
Average Public Service Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$41,129$56,970$34,792$64,819$36,000-
Alaska$53,618$53,618-$65,779--
Arizona$103,896$121,537$33,333$144,361-$53,065
Arkansas$56,038$61,319$24,350$93,276-$29,933
California$76,593$87,696$69,761$95,741-$48,000
Colorado$80,008$80,008-$77,960--
Connecticut$87,720$97,489$77,951$87,720--
Delaware$46,178$48,780$43,575---
District of Columbia$58,014$61,402$56,885$52,729--
Florida$46,720$62,998$38,581$62,998--
Georgia$70,449$67,733$83,123$98,795$41,863$48,870
Hawaii$70,950$86,976$54,924$86,976--
Idaho$70,452$70,452-$70,452--
Illinois$66,710$44,700$71,113$44,700--
Indiana$61,052$74,637$40,675$99,927$43,316-
Iowa$52,221$57,191$47,251$63,260-$51,123
Kansas$62,121$67,417$40,936$99,621-$56,682
Kentucky$105,697$105,697-$105,697--
Louisiana$55,158$53,818$59,179$58,666-$48,832
Maine$58,757$88,047$29,467$88,047--
Maryland$65,012$64,047$73,700$44,008-$63,646
Massachusetts$69,348$76,602$54,841$94,542-$58,662
Michigan$59,464$59,746$58,758$56,019-$66,594
Minnesota$59,127$62,374$49,385$56,885--
Mississippi$76,123$76,123-$96,329-$55,918
Missouri$75,092$79,526$66,224$83,770--
Montana$53,472$56,588$31,667$78,665--
Nebraska$63,136$63,136-$73,517-$38,505
Nevada$95,824$95,824-$95,824--
New Jersey$65,213$64,167$69,399$92,358-$54,770
New York$86,499$96,931$58,683$90,727$51,759$93,743
North Carolina$88,799$88,799-$105,927-$54,544
North Dakota$53,237$53,237-$65,475--
Ohio$72,333$93,636$43,930$93,636--
Oklahoma$57,647$65,507$34,064$85,170-$39,109
Oregon$60,248$58,145$70,762$70,712-$39,294
Pennsylvania$79,978$80,648$79,307$85,768$59,151$56,905
South Carolina$72,879$72,879-$85,176--
South Dakota$52,975$57,272$44,382$60,075-$54,469
Tennessee$81,085$76,912$95,690$90,511-$55,580
Texas$58,781$61,550$47,703$75,074-$36,566
Utah$77,907$77,907-$77,907--
Vermont$86,550$112,645$60,456$112,645$60,456-
Virginia$69,504$76,904$32,500$96,329$38,000-
Washington$67,692$67,692-$74,985--
West Virginia$49,864$54,985$34,500$66,931$49,930-
Wisconsin$58,573$56,615$66,402$63,807-$60,875
Wyoming$68,279$68,279-$82,190-$54,369
Average$64,827$70,178$53,501$83,863$47,559$52,599