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Average Research Staff Salary

Average Research Staff Salary by State, School Type and Category

For all colleges in United States, the average research staff salary is $67,076. For public schools, its average salary is $69,588 and private schools' average salary is $63,473. The average research staff salary of national universities is $72,651 and the average research staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $63,059.
  • Tennessee has the highest research staff salary of $87,047 and Delaware has the lowest research staff salary of $45,179.
  • For public schools, Hawaii has the highest research staff salary of $144,434 and Alabama has the lowest research staff salary of $50,865.
  • For private schools, New Hampshire has the highest research staff salary of $104,822 and Montana has the lowest research staff salary of $25,835.
  • For national universities, Hawaii has the highest research staff salary of $144,434 and Iowa has the lowest research staff salary of $53,103.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Colorado has the highest research staff salary of $144,303 and West Virginia has the lowest research staff salary of $32,000.
  • For community colleges, California has the highest research staff salary of $84,616 and Pennsylvania has the lowest research staff salary of $30,471.
By Occupation
Average Research Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$45,503$50,865$37,459$83,485--
Alaska$57,405$53,207$70,000$69,008--
Arizona$79,497$83,273$68,170$85,660-$46,378
Arkansas$68,069$75,247$46,536$93,083$38,072$68,087
California$75,710$75,136$76,339$71,110$58,032$84,616
Colorado$77,321$74,987$85,487$73,555$144,303-
Connecticut$67,733$54,998$74,101$58,250$86,700-
Delaware$45,179$62,357$28,000---
District of Columbia$74,672$68,946$75,388$81,120--
Florida$64,212$69,725$56,632$69,924--
Georgia$83,877$100,852$68,789$99,011$74,967$45,900
Hawaii$82,900$144,434$52,133$144,434--
Idaho$85,076$85,076-$85,076--
Illinois$64,538$65,418$64,267$63,929$47,940-
Indiana$56,274$52,508$62,552$56,718--
Iowa$50,108$53,103$49,252$53,103$43,709-
Kansas$65,528$68,078$52,780$84,458-$47,147
Kentucky$59,141$63,268$52,950$58,031--
Louisiana$62,112$62,835$57,049$66,049--
Maine$73,975$74,809$72,725$78,483-$60,535
Maryland$77,740$74,995$85,062$82,651$73,277-
Massachusetts$66,777$64,495$67,538$67,251$55,020$67,718
Michigan$60,276$60,959$56,860$59,687$53,719$70,504
Minnesota$66,021$66,021-$61,415--
Mississippi$66,627$68,563$56,948$77,596-$58,124
Missouri$62,965$69,635$58,721$63,649-$58,096
Montana$54,996$59,162$25,835$64,470--
Nebraska$63,099$70,345$48,608$58,769$42,593$50,563
Nevada$57,284$62,710$49,145$63,950--
New Hampshire$76,063$66,476$104,822$87,760--
New Jersey$55,845$59,834$45,208$62,123-$62,667
New York$70,314$78,443$64,034$76,675$56,299$51,553
North Carolina$56,785$60,219$43,051$57,911-$63,060
North Dakota$67,632$67,632-$84,310--
Ohio$67,112$70,564$61,073$70,738--
Oklahoma$59,914$59,914-$74,499-$61,783
Oregon$56,866$61,607$37,902$61,379-$57,881
Pennsylvania$62,965$73,307$59,518$71,623$51,300$30,471
Rhode Island$65,300$101,209$47,345$85,210--
South Carolina$62,527$68,936$58,254$75,216--
South Dakota$53,921$53,921-$64,691--
Tennessee$87,047$95,410$68,229$84,737$47,241-
Texas$71,380$69,185$79,340$72,674-$56,601
Utah$81,474$81,291$81,838$81,474--
Vermont$73,479$69,810$75,314$69,810--
Virginia$68,789$79,213$49,678$86,397$58,300-
Washington$64,779$67,112$60,113$64,840$61,069-
West Virginia$47,292$60,151$43,005$60,151$32,000-
Wisconsin$66,486$63,623$74,362$61,003$103,500$56,605
Wyoming$54,454$54,454-$61,118-$47,789
Average$67,076$69,588$63,473$72,651$63,059$62,457