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Table 276. Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in 4-year degree-granting institutions, by control and level of institution, academic rank of faculty, and state or jurisdiction: 2009-10
[In current dollars]
State or jurisdiction Public doctoral1 Public master's2 Not-for-profit doctoral1 Not-for-profit master's2
Profes-
sor
Associate professor Assistant professor Profes-
sor
Associate professor Assistant professor Profes-
sor
Associate professor Assistant professor Profes-
sor
Associate professor Assistant professor
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
United States $113,060 $78,536 $66,898 $87,921 $70,333 $59,396 $134,778 $85,865 $71,974 $82,520 $66,528 $55,470
Alabama 104,894 74,639 59,983 77,703 64,101 53,367 80,315 65,843 54,526 54,422 46,535 41,220
Alaska 98,619 74,143 62,679 95,422 73,974 62,288 69,988 57,438 48,885
Arizona 111,531 78,215 66,929 61,197 51,170
Arkansas 92,878 68,412 60,198 67,125 56,745 49,721 66,580 58,119 49,767
California 133,948 87,156 77,805 95,595 76,122 66,973 137,786 92,921 78,199 88,708 71,049 60,583
                         
Colorado 108,183 82,164 68,092 77,791 63,337 55,039 110,931 77,361 64,510 100,950 65,143 56,322
Connecticut 134,045 91,679 72,406 92,710 73,902 60,121 155,626 84,284 73,822 114,471 82,264 66,430
Delaware 133,938 89,943 76,216 82,539 67,908 61,894 121,636 87,751 60,586 79,198 73,416 59,575
District of Columbia 114,668 87,828 75,126 93,628 74,164 56,816 132,688 89,829 72,289 106,413 72,051 62,139
Florida 106,615 73,871 65,429 95,450 74,903 60,225 115,611 77,293 67,760 84,711 67,037 56,960
                         
Georgia 115,381 80,532 70,608 76,317 61,899 53,153 130,468 83,056 67,578 67,406 57,917 49,434
Hawaii 114,808 87,495 75,001 90,483 75,383 66,661 84,083 71,592 61,378
Idaho 83,959 65,494 55,838 77,340 64,036 55,642 61,213 51,624 42,222
Illinois 111,953 75,820 67,660 87,494 69,450 59,767 149,409 89,208 78,867 76,899 65,439 54,940
Indiana 109,843 75,498 65,707 79,961 62,367 56,103 116,881 77,048 65,169 75,974 60,399 51,433
                         
Iowa 117,777 81,462 70,833 83,870 67,052 54,418 89,522 68,556 54,273 64,502 52,282 47,107
Kansas 106,532 74,951 61,409 74,022 57,393 51,241 57,791 50,768 45,818
Kentucky 101,571 73,613 63,765 80,396 62,795 53,005 73,368 58,987 51,064 59,053 50,460 43,861
Louisiana 101,436 73,479 61,989 74,462 61,394 52,596 114,229 78,118 62,760 63,967 51,575 46,284
Maine 95,562 74,287 60,465 79,900 63,693 55,046 70,094 57,528 49,936
                         
Maryland 115,549 83,711 72,780 87,880 69,595 61,100 148,167 105,002 89,106 87,765 70,250 59,823
Massachusetts 116,105 88,149 70,799 84,941 68,634 58,956 152,979 96,257 84,897 109,236 78,229 62,570
Michigan 116,835 80,503 67,406 86,867 72,125 60,915 105,031 78,019 66,324 72,079 60,089 51,643
Minnesota 128,244 84,421 76,270 85,473 68,595 59,488 93,656 69,452 59,185 73,896 61,471 52,197
Mississippi 90,292 68,403 57,926 62,661 55,538 49,199 78,509 58,985 55,818 69,935 54,151 47,178
                         
Missouri 98,128 71,341 60,334 75,863 60,239 50,705 129,045 78,605 67,760 70,183 59,196 48,588
Montana 81,239 63,627 57,412 66,412 57,688 51,564 55,118 45,209 41,802
Nebraska 114,530 77,648 67,875 78,477 68,888 54,831 100,614 67,766 58,028 64,116 53,845 47,449
Nevada 121,450 88,385 70,622 74,796 56,908 53,895
New Hampshire 113,785 86,010 71,609 85,004 69,774 57,955 130,769 88,392 62,647 81,176 63,058 54,075
                         
New Jersey 140,829 95,844 78,025 111,786 88,234 70,706 151,919 91,004 76,315 91,400 79,677 60,104
New Mexico 96,251 70,350 61,120 67,589 58,657 49,942
New York 125,142 89,710 72,950 102,753 79,744 66,177 144,849 91,696 74,481 93,359 74,591 62,051
North Carolina 119,789 81,179 71,301 89,762 72,928 61,110 146,717 88,956 71,422 65,398 58,193 49,065
North Dakota 89,386 71,824 61,887 75,293 58,148 53,145 62,575 54,084 46,141
                         
Ohio 107,314 75,890 64,133 105,073 70,892 60,481 72,201 60,599 50,951
Oklahoma 98,951 71,204 60,083 71,737 61,443 53,703 93,567 71,999 58,559 63,791 54,162 46,934
Oregon 97,574 74,882 65,826 68,237 54,997 45,671 96,779 68,464 58,318 72,274 60,450 53,620
Pennsylvania 122,921 86,302 68,085 100,525 80,216 64,209 133,117 87,837 74,608 84,588 68,728 58,385
Rhode Island 104,797 77,667 66,214 76,144 65,835 55,717 136,569 79,019 70,436 104,401 85,886 69,799
                         
South Carolina 106,184 76,027 68,042 79,917 65,472 56,265 78,209 61,882 49,317
South Dakota 82,856 64,695 56,370 81,873 63,263 52,842 58,622 48,062 43,807
Tennessee 90,822 68,077 56,292 74,201 59,749 49,630 131,272 83,665 67,686 66,518 56,151 48,496
Texas 114,822 78,609 69,144 82,227 67,314 58,784 119,359 83,371 74,265 82,891 64,224 53,535
Utah 96,876 71,501 67,053 71,926 61,150 51,654 119,844 88,652 80,793 79,109 68,915 58,888
                         
Vermont 109,789 81,029 68,005 72,436 58,889 44,538 106,949 73,866 62,420
Virginia 115,597 81,077 66,307 81,194 66,529 56,919 103,440 77,409 59,344 70,880 57,536 49,457
Washington 106,936 79,834 70,462 83,294 68,390 62,158 99,724 74,448 62,917 76,222 59,697 54,405
West Virginia 88,540 68,069 56,398 69,323 57,544 50,112 65,768 50,408 46,039 54,515 50,490 42,873
Wisconsin 104,083 74,204 67,343 71,504 60,127 54,593 98,577 74,360 61,397 69,304 59,166 51,169
Wyoming 108,682 77,205 68,249
                         
U.S. Service Academies
                         
Other jurisdictions 80,069 66,381 61,635 84,121 65,983 53,956 43,440
American Samoa
Federated States of
   Micronesia
Guam 86,406 67,156 55,830
Marshall Islands
Northern Marianas
Palau
Puerto Rico 80,069 66,381 61,635 43,440
U.S. Virgin Islands 80,843 64,591 52,178
†Not applicable.
1 Institutions that awarded 20 or more doctor's degrees during the previous academic year.
2 Institutions that awarded 20 or more master's degrees, but less than 20 doctor's degrees, during the previous academic year.
NOTE: Degree-granting institutions grant associate’s or higher degrees and participate in Title IV federal financial aid programs. Data include imputations for nonrespondent institutions. Some data have been revised from previously published figures.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Winter 2009-10, Human Resources component, Salaries section. (This table was prepared August 2011.)
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