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Average Service Staff Salary

Average Service Staff Salary by State, School Type and Category

For all colleges in the United States, the average service staff salary is $38,003. For public schools, its average salary is $39,590 and private schools' average salary is $36,197. The average service staff salary of national universities is $40,385 and the average service staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $35,566.
  • California has the highest service staff salary of $50,438 and Mississippi has the lowest service staff salary of $27,664.
  • For public schools, District of Columbia has the highest service staff salary of $56,021 and Oklahoma has the lowest service staff salary of $28,105.
  • For private schools, Rhode Island has the highest service staff salary of $49,570 and Mississippi has the lowest service staff salary of $23,663.
  • For national universities, Alaska has the highest service staff salary of $54,443 and Arkansas has the lowest service staff salary of $27,399.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Colorado has the highest service staff salary of $46,793 and Oklahoma has the lowest service staff salary of $16,787.
  • For community colleges, California has the highest service staff salary of $56,789 and Arkansas has the lowest service staff salary of $27,293.
By Occupation
Average Service Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$34,960$38,227$27,466$34,686$28,979$40,705
Alaska$45,483$50,715$37,634$54,443--
Washington$43,964$45,047$41,690$44,727$37,036$42,797
Arizona$42,520$42,352$43,006$40,963-$43,310
Arkansas$28,522$28,232$29,160$27,399$25,468$27,293
California$50,438$55,995$42,443$48,860$40,017$56,789
Colorado$39,735$38,909$41,514$40,288$46,793$36,359
Connecticut$47,118$49,111$45,007$52,117$45,021$48,531
New York$41,244$43,764$39,791$46,400$41,826$42,603
Delaware$38,103$35,851$39,792$42,980-$34,162
District of Columbia$46,459$56,021$45,264$47,734--
Florida$33,497$34,789$32,345$35,690$33,089$33,261
Georgia$31,179$30,257$32,716$32,272$34,763$30,229
Hawaii$43,772$46,314$36,782$45,949-$43,469
Idaho$32,131$30,284$35,825$30,785$28,665$29,568
Illinois$42,228$45,418$39,087$45,923$34,470$44,295
Indiana$34,626$34,463$34,693$33,812$30,848$49,107
Iowa$34,153$38,029$31,851$40,050$35,300$37,327
Kansas$30,677$30,698$30,640$31,660$29,207$29,867
Kentucky$30,751$31,076$30,451$31,736$29,623$29,905
Louisiana$30,459$30,051$31,369$33,651$29,940$28,802
Maine$34,783$36,286$32,527$32,697$34,984$39,360
Maryland$40,726$42,806$36,694$47,370$37,007$42,847
Massachusetts$47,550$48,580$47,026$52,770$41,926$48,096
Michigan$39,540$42,239$35,708$40,234$34,998$42,487
Minnesota$41,264$42,028$40,103$43,804$40,748$42,232
Mississippi$27,664$28,830$23,663$29,830$22,713$27,947
Missouri$33,310$31,888$34,258$37,360$32,884$31,763
Montana$32,527$29,572$41,982$34,871-$32,020
Nebraska$31,156$31,504$30,713$32,059$27,377$35,064
Nevada$42,286$46,006$38,566$45,774-$51,633
New Hampshire$38,018$40,820$34,904$42,717$31,211$43,784
New Jersey$44,201$46,782$41,333$51,236$39,724$44,588
North Carolina$33,797$34,544$32,486$37,159$32,906$33,643
North Dakota$33,750$34,083$32,820$32,460-$34,904
Ohio$35,240$37,647$33,144$37,144$35,733$39,825
Oklahoma$28,938$28,105$30,733$31,775$16,787$28,304
Oregon$38,377$39,756$36,462$42,256$40,314$39,363
Pennsylvania$38,025$39,408$37,538$43,128$37,252$38,317
Rhode Island$47,448$41,789$49,570$45,533-$46,262
South Carolina$32,173$33,672$30,194$35,136$29,720$32,226
South Dakota$31,073$32,086$29,217$32,670-$35,612
Tennessee$30,258$30,971$29,826$32,084$31,783$29,212
Texas$39,425$40,316$37,690$38,864$31,778$35,951
Utah$37,802$35,945$42,754$38,734-$31,987
Vermont$36,830$35,953$37,148$36,379$36,763-
Virginia$36,429$41,180$31,935$34,480$31,030$44,802
West Virginia$29,192$30,641$26,295$29,581$31,364$27,838
Wisconsin$38,445$42,391$33,891$37,367$34,091$48,230
Wyoming$34,017$34,038$33,845$32,085-$34,318
Average$38,003$39,590$36,197$40,385$35,566$39,951