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Table 303. Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in 4-year degree-granting institutions, by control and classification of institution, academic rank of faculty, and state or jurisdiction: 2010-11
[In current dollars]
State or jurisdiction Public doctoral1 Public master's2 Nonprofit doctoral1 Nonprofit 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 $112,647 $78,804 $67,236 $87,677 $70,215 $59,511 $133,973 $86,108 $72,242 $82,002 $66,466 $55,352
Alabama 106,204 75,837 60,725 75,454 63,379 53,060 82,866 67,500 54,512 56,749 50,049 43,350
Alaska 100,107 76,323 64,247 95,949 75,221 64,476 72,243 58,845 51,373
Arizona 113,769 80,422 68,620 81,866 73,700 62,597
Arkansas 90,884 66,061 59,576 63,615 56,709 48,054 72,241 59,213 51,823
California 128,650 84,807 75,478 94,349 75,224 65,805 139,503 93,594 78,579 92,556 74,841 64,893
                         
Colorado 106,155 80,453 66,985 70,907 58,414 51,772 114,349 75,615 66,770 103,444 66,421 56,704
Connecticut 122,151 88,200 69,375 91,244 73,373 59,184 155,259 85,718 74,387 108,158 83,699 67,672
Delaware 132,536 88,023 75,801 128,149 92,732 69,413 80,971 74,876 60,952
District of Columbia 145,545 108,679 91,916 97,384 76,455 61,399 135,471 92,910 75,181 65,385 57,525 48,743
Florida 108,825 75,841 67,164 95,085 75,189 59,946 117,940 76,960 67,705 85,419 68,868 55,571
                         
Georgia 109,200 77,220 67,852 76,152 62,391 53,565 129,410 82,333 69,045 68,099 59,950 50,741
Hawaii 107,232 81,808 69,302 82,159 70,445 61,298 87,389 72,807 62,992
Idaho 81,885 63,618 55,308 61,376 51,413 42,108
Illinois 113,523 76,519 69,443 85,475 68,240 60,729 145,436 86,633 76,270 77,640 66,515 56,418
Indiana 113,533 77,607 67,847 81,798 64,267 57,507 117,352 77,119 65,591 73,398 61,157 51,286
                         
Iowa 113,966 79,277 69,273 90,143 65,925 56,123 66,840 56,090 48,962
Kansas 106,419 74,699 61,254 73,097 57,958 52,853 61,876 49,368 48,305 56,739 50,921 46,441
Kentucky 103,492 73,445 64,563 80,188 62,897 53,585 76,119 57,032 53,767 59,519 51,392 44,877
Louisiana 97,985 71,924 60,982 73,399 61,331 52,813 117,925 81,636 65,644 64,948 54,230 48,908
Maine 96,898 74,437 62,298 79,432 65,809 57,494 64,561 53,125 46,609
                         
Maryland 110,698 82,422 70,008 85,181 67,810 60,595 142,660 92,862 84,569 75,949 66,360 55,806
Massachusetts 117,458 88,657 71,695 84,467 68,458 59,386 154,016 96,578 83,417 113,069 80,745 64,795
Michigan 115,789 81,020 68,591 84,539 71,505 58,883 103,608 76,811 64,491 72,699 58,786 52,050
Minnesota 125,935 84,041 78,713 85,016 68,346 59,246 95,038 71,980 60,457 73,661 62,257 53,474
Mississippi 89,626 67,849 58,905 63,285 54,599 49,801 82,021 61,929 58,152 68,871 52,944 48,189
                         
Missouri 98,340 71,009 60,835 74,080 60,137 51,373 127,438 77,590 67,573 68,912 58,747 49,387
Montana 80,669 62,958 56,570 66,665 58,382 50,476 53,465 46,929 41,779
Nebraska 107,068 76,889 67,121 76,792 63,384 52,066 99,033 68,365 58,936 61,489 52,455 46,392
Nevada 120,344 87,006 70,423 75,352 56,770 55,854
New Hampshire 115,189 88,429 73,457 87,179 71,350 59,521 128,234 82,670 65,821 67,711 60,756 53,681
                         
New Jersey 138,071 95,731 77,716 116,282 91,600 75,028 153,173 90,131 75,835 95,608 81,943 61,954
New Mexico 94,635 69,948 61,162 62,267 55,033 47,025
New York 132,245 92,938 75,625 106,454 81,744 68,632 141,597 92,427 76,693 92,069 73,265 60,607
North Carolina 114,564 79,431 68,643 88,809 71,968 61,670 142,299 86,922 70,471 67,926 57,967 51,218
North Dakota 93,229 75,435 64,901 76,323 58,922 52,944 58,303 54,795 48,061
                         
Ohio 109,821 77,519 65,246 70,168 59,307 52,511 102,623 73,543 61,432 74,796 61,876 50,544
Oklahoma 99,188 70,341 59,900 72,234 59,920 53,756 87,457 68,796 55,629 58,434 52,825 43,840
Oregon 98,404 75,140 66,453 69,237 55,782 45,296 96,323 69,599 59,957 86,529 63,501 56,394
Pennsylvania 124,269 87,733 70,475 104,323 83,299 67,009 130,892 87,562 73,753 82,570 68,058 57,795
Rhode Island 95,728 73,310 60,576 139,676 81,728 73,101 106,666 88,583 70,635
                         
South Carolina 106,617 77,235 68,288 79,125 64,349 55,759 65,095 50,629 44,648 76,463 58,475 50,395
South Dakota 82,285 64,845 56,467 78,649 62,551 53,227 63,376 52,522 47,169
Tennessee 89,136 67,556 56,724 69,719 55,688 48,071 130,594 85,829 69,230 65,027 57,523 48,856
Texas 113,745 78,610 67,872 82,310 66,883 59,197 118,239 82,877 71,221 85,836 65,764 53,761
Utah 102,537 73,684 67,278 71,850 61,069 53,851 122,338 90,647 80,729 84,552 69,072 61,618
                         
Vermont 113,433 84,598 70,846 70,003 55,793 44,437 102,350 70,183 61,591
Virginia 115,077 80,355 65,926 80,741 65,613 56,860 105,350 76,103 58,479 69,779 58,000 50,634
Washington 106,800 79,300 71,704 83,418 68,502 64,013 101,557 74,921 64,363 75,050 60,109 54,762
West Virginia 88,525 68,798 57,265 68,255 58,726 49,488 64,906 52,317 44,718 55,282 49,043 43,541
Wisconsin 105,837 74,918 68,274 71,877 60,345 55,080 96,749 73,152 60,111 70,740 60,106 51,533
Wyoming 109,303 76,943 67,101
                         
U.S. Service Academies
                         
Other jurisdictions 79,697 66,119 60,726 84,242 66,417 55,448 42,120
American Samoa
Federated States of                        
Micronesia
Guam 89,262 69,148 56,820
Marshall Islands
Northern Marianas
Palau
Puerto Rico 79,697 66,119 60,726 42,120
U.S. Virgin Islands 78,063 63,402 54,107
†Not applicable.
‡Reporting standards not met (too few cases for a reliable estimate).
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.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Winter 2010-11, Human Resources component, Salaries section. (This table was prepared February 2012.)
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