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Average Service Staff Salary

Average Service Staff Salary by State, School Type and Category

For all colleges in United States, the average service staff salary is $37,130. For public schools, its average salary is $38,805 and private schools' average salary is $35,262. The average service staff salary of national universities is $39,184 and the average service staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $34,411.
  • California has the highest service staff salary of $48,926 and Arkansas has the lowest service staff salary of $27,170.
  • For public schools, California has the highest service staff salary of $54,626 and Arkansas has the lowest service staff salary of $27,226.
  • For private schools, District of Columbia has the highest service staff salary of $46,178 and Mississippi has the lowest service staff salary of $23,887.
  • For national universities, Alaska has the highest service staff salary of $56,061 and Arkansas has the lowest service staff salary of $25,728.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Colorado has the highest service staff salary of $45,523 and Oklahoma has the lowest service staff salary of $21,953.
  • For community colleges, California has the highest service staff salary of $55,195 and Arkansas has the lowest service staff salary of $25,939.
By Occupation
Average Service Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$34,298$37,300$27,410$33,663$29,202$39,214
Alaska$45,374$49,713$38,866$56,061--
Washington$41,288$42,282$38,968$42,593$35,855$41,268
Arizona$39,801$41,147$35,764$38,422-$42,383
Arkansas$27,170$27,226$27,054$25,728$24,446$25,939
California$48,926$54,626$41,388$47,672$37,788$55,195
Colorado$38,668$37,537$41,104$39,156$45,523$34,856
Connecticut$46,856$50,548$42,947$50,571$43,602$48,348
New York$40,142$42,705$38,741$45,179$40,134$41,820
Delaware$36,579$35,133$38,025$42,686-$33,150
District of Columbia$47,090$54,390$46,178$47,182--
Florida$32,552$33,627$31,766$35,226$34,667$31,125
Georgia$30,772$29,624$32,823$31,495$37,401$30,206
Hawaii$44,782$47,699$36,762$44,112-$42,229
Idaho$31,804$29,284$36,844$29,598$27,248$28,648
Illinois$41,334$44,426$38,382$45,529$33,648$43,590
Indiana$32,978$34,624$32,273$34,359$28,730$46,367
Iowa$33,492$36,876$31,483$39,494$35,321$36,058
Kansas$31,626$32,391$30,338$30,874$28,191$32,164
Kentucky$29,612$30,560$28,663$29,345$29,112$29,897
Louisiana$29,021$27,864$31,514$31,424$29,649$26,508
Maine$33,595$35,113$31,320$32,665$34,105$38,750
Maryland$40,205$41,973$36,877$45,490$35,199$41,524
Massachusetts$44,994$44,931$45,025$51,214$40,831$44,085
Michigan$39,122$42,044$35,070$39,329$34,010$43,071
Minnesota$40,515$41,903$38,356$43,074$39,111$41,881
Mississippi$27,171$28,129$23,887$29,465$22,695$28,394
Missouri$32,420$30,980$33,404$36,311$32,240$30,679
Montana$33,383$30,639$41,613$33,249-$30,590
Nebraska$30,690$31,635$29,574$31,135$25,561$34,806
Nevada$40,429$42,460$36,368$44,032-$40,013
New Hampshire$36,912$39,068$34,757$39,289$30,717$42,776
New Jersey$43,580$45,532$41,628$49,598$37,659$43,603
North Carolina$33,301$34,695$30,793$36,387$31,614$34,037
North Dakota$34,189$33,584$35,881$31,033-$33,794
Ohio$35,089$37,125$33,473$36,210$33,615$39,811
Oklahoma$28,697$27,954$30,299$31,236$21,953$27,549
Oregon$37,417$38,758$35,653$40,772$39,341$38,633
Pennsylvania$37,793$40,810$36,217$41,092$36,172$37,422
Rhode Island$44,041$41,021$45,173$44,523-$41,768
South Carolina$32,100$33,356$30,215$33,783$29,245$32,717
South Dakota$29,699$30,825$27,770$31,837-$35,903
Tennessee$28,513$29,681$27,794$31,095$26,984$27,341
Texas$37,585$39,194$34,611$36,864$30,144$36,326
Utah$35,680$33,317$41,981$36,849-$36,288
Vermont$36,072$35,655$36,183$35,533$32,941-
Virginia$35,598$38,843$32,523$33,463$29,524$43,040
West Virginia$29,091$30,412$26,582$28,438$30,027$28,550
Wisconsin$38,281$42,053$33,755$36,137$31,295$47,334
Wyoming$32,053$32,160$31,200$30,359-$32,418
Average$37,130$38,805$35,262$39,184$34,411$39,245