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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 $38,641. For public schools, its average salary is $40,172 and private schools' average salary is $36,900. The average service staff salary of national universities is $41,215 and the average service staff salary of liberal arts colleges is $36,004.
  • California has the highest service staff salary of $51,297 and Mississippi has the lowest service staff salary of $28,255.
  • For public schools, District of Columbia has the highest service staff salary of $57,702 and Oklahoma has the lowest service staff salary of $28,573.
  • For private schools, Utah has the highest service staff salary of $47,948 and Mississippi has the lowest service staff salary of $25,267.
  • For national universities, Massachusetts has the highest service staff salary of $54,234 and Arkansas has the lowest service staff salary of $27,271.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Colorado has the highest service staff salary of $47,493 and Oklahoma has the lowest service staff salary of $22,407.
  • For community colleges, California has the highest service staff salary of $56,481 and West Virginia has the lowest service staff salary of $28,150.
By Occupation
Average Service Staff Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$36,432$38,778$30,715$35,157$29,266$41,628
Alaska$43,924$50,968$36,881$52,259--
Washington$45,171$47,050$41,115$46,200$37,277$45,984
Arizona$42,624$43,046$41,453$38,535-$44,271
Arkansas$29,462$29,510$29,351$27,271$26,241$29,286
California$51,297$56,523$43,871$50,797$42,106$56,481
Colorado$40,528$39,113$43,357$41,079$47,493$36,148
Connecticut$49,828$52,293$47,363$53,775$44,818$51,877
New York$42,051$44,759$40,573$47,556$41,908$43,484
Delaware$39,770$33,546$45,994$44,368-$33,959
District of Columbia$46,041$57,702$44,584$48,090--
Florida$33,537$35,562$31,966$34,987$35,173$33,956
Georgia$31,471$31,123$32,072$33,094$31,827$31,398
Hawaii$45,628$48,152$40,073$47,759-$45,138
Idaho$33,146$30,465$38,507$31,202$32,162$29,613
Illinois$43,565$45,616$41,481$47,088$35,906$45,071
Indiana$34,457$34,637$34,377$34,242$31,831$49,121
Iowa$34,875$37,780$33,150$39,834$36,902$37,047
Kansas$30,573$31,566$28,902$31,871$28,883$31,043
Kentucky$31,663$32,266$31,124$32,339$31,071$30,622
Louisiana$31,869$31,345$33,092$34,211$28,395$30,393
Maine$35,830$37,911$32,992$35,365$35,638$40,867
Maryland$40,228$43,164$35,046$47,445$37,785$42,924
Massachusetts$47,627$48,069$47,395$54,234$42,911$46,374
Michigan$39,747$42,426$35,817$41,199$34,874$42,982
Minnesota$42,167$43,257$40,449$46,046$40,865$43,464
Mississippi$28,255$29,003$25,267$30,259$23,604$28,270
Missouri$33,259$31,998$34,062$38,045$29,503$32,023
Montana$33,006$33,955$29,972$35,805-$33,362
Nebraska$33,157$33,066$33,263$32,629$26,966$37,091
Nevada$38,754$43,066$33,581$46,180-$33,660
New Hampshire$41,265$43,237$38,856$43,614$32,846$46,643
New Jersey$44,708$47,403$42,013$51,501$46,799$45,102
North Carolina$33,971$34,609$32,863$37,515$34,530$33,647
North Dakota$35,400$35,324$35,611$33,145-$35,384
Ohio$35,899$37,534$34,400$37,329$36,146$38,045
Oklahoma$29,901$28,573$33,404$32,305$22,407$29,095
Oregon$41,001$41,980$39,472$44,785$43,327$41,572
Pennsylvania$37,968$40,093$37,245$44,167$35,404$39,934
Rhode Island$45,466$41,072$47,114$45,627-$43,835
South Carolina$33,557$34,408$32,467$35,755$34,250$32,854
South Dakota$32,062$32,135$31,915$33,321-$33,892
Tennessee$30,961$31,624$30,520$33,507$29,528$29,355
Texas$39,821$40,271$38,937$40,133$33,142$36,039
Utah$39,445$36,256$47,948$38,627-$32,023
Vermont$36,649$35,762$37,093$36,187$33,708-
Virginia$36,833$41,002$32,664$36,345$31,662$44,628
West Virginia$30,062$32,422$25,342$30,072$37,203$28,150
Wisconsin$39,923$43,672$35,424$38,090$31,556$49,533
Wyoming$33,650$33,696$33,280$32,928-$33,806
Average$38,641$40,172$36,900$41,215$36,004$40,475