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Table 316.60. Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in 4-year degree-granting postsecondary institutions, by control and classification of institution, academic rank of faculty, and state or jurisdiction: 2015-16
[In current dollars]
State or jurisdiction Public doctoral1 Public master's2 Nonprofit doctoral1 Nonprofit master's2
Professor Associate professor Assistant professor Professor Associate professor Assistant professor Professor Associate professor Assistant professor Professor Associate professor Assistant professor
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
United States $125,031 $87,067 $75,153 $92,207 $75,040 $64,435 $153,038 $95,404 $79,284 $89,908 $72,589 $61,394
Alabama 122,779 84,685 70,167 80,918 67,395 58,518 88,551 62,711 59,621 62,751 53,143 46,637
Alaska 106,772 85,092 70,017 105,376 82,671 68,810 53,352 48,919 46,837
Arizona 127,213 88,044 75,947 127,977 92,189 73,532 51,791 46,238 50,099
Arkansas 96,337 74,662 65,849 73,504 61,364 53,620 79,133 67,280 61,222 68,831 61,888 55,600
California 148,502 96,734 86,350 94,559 79,811 72,884 160,518 102,858 88,240 104,202 83,168 70,324
                         
Colorado 120,761 89,283 78,509 78,227 61,430 55,004 126,117 89,523 73,371 111,323 78,874 65,607
Connecticut 153,093 104,233 84,021 106,954 86,957 69,840 170,691 92,364 81,435 132,487 93,465 77,843
Delaware 145,613 101,706 86,995 79,962 67,032 61,930 156,477 118,468 79,617 67,979 60,005
District of Columbia 143,035 135,467 81,227 62,679 54,975 154,484 101,720 83,869 88,147 81,732 69,311
Florida 120,859 85,716 76,716 103,876 79,388 64,599 128,648 87,776 76,020 93,689 76,802 63,542
                         
Georgia 114,639 81,997 70,852 76,085 61,744 54,871 141,238 89,758 74,552 76,637 63,158 53,579
Hawaii 122,609 92,192 80,829 86,898 78,286 71,539
Idaho 89,371 73,573 63,472 88,207 69,465 63,550 61,796 50,263 43,233
Illinois 123,382 85,400 79,153 95,494 75,445 66,208 163,227 95,979 85,719 83,188 69,880 60,487
Indiana 125,998 88,345 76,893 87,341 70,382 60,838 145,202 91,157 77,210 75,549 63,340 54,699
                         
Iowa 127,725 90,988 79,573 92,084 72,630 64,404 91,625 71,274 61,050 69,889 59,401 53,510
Kansas 112,503 79,379 68,948 76,216 61,472 59,079 61,566 52,854 50,034 65,753 58,565 53,414
Kentucky 108,500 77,350 68,054 79,220 64,764 58,253 75,771 61,383 53,323 64,279 52,743 46,761
Louisiana 100,379 75,080 67,188 71,886 58,724 52,581 126,694 82,922 76,376 67,655 58,352 53,349
Maine 102,314 80,305 62,192 73,823 60,650 51,878 87,176 76,152 68,249 72,097 57,468 50,047
                         
Maryland 128,681 92,220 77,847 92,382 75,948 67,311 126,911 89,930 77,714 88,749 70,526 61,421
Massachusetts 140,036 103,574 85,858 97,032 77,711 67,642 183,581 110,038 98,328 120,131 87,431 72,554
Michigan 128,750 89,408 75,625 92,412 80,996 66,080 105,700 80,011 63,595 75,075 64,076 58,907
Minnesota 125,384 89,946 78,412 91,083 76,110 65,780 99,919 78,949 63,556 81,610 66,247 57,783
Mississippi 98,645 76,858 68,995 70,137 61,137 53,916 85,656 66,949 52,551 77,371 60,891 59,208
                         
Missouri 106,620 76,385 66,489 78,695 63,077 54,041 139,312 88,608 76,217 78,269 64,871 55,945
Montana 89,256 71,415 64,248 75,060 65,035 56,834 59,182 49,773 47,094
Nebraska 112,930 84,007 75,887 80,771 64,846 54,775 107,348 83,277 69,435 65,225 57,895 52,984
Nevada 122,314 90,148 72,293 75,352 68,101 53,564
New Hampshire 122,441 94,785 76,774 94,045 77,506 63,835 178,569 114,482 97,576 87,419 71,040 59,898
                         
New Jersey 150,661 103,439 83,385 122,613 96,081 79,549 184,786 101,412 88,533 103,375 87,859 69,148
New Mexico 103,152 76,096 68,655 77,063 64,760 57,506
New York 135,861 96,736 81,159 105,880 82,364 70,230 159,908 102,506 85,012 97,063 77,672 67,140
North Carolina 117,867 81,258 73,252 89,643 70,751 64,016 161,224 96,806 79,978 71,408 63,176 57,193
North Dakota 105,807 83,456 65,595 81,010 66,424 55,555 73,440 64,569 54,255
                         
Ohio 116,400 83,527 72,547 75,775 63,594 53,831 113,047 76,963 66,818 77,074 66,088 57,455
Oklahoma 109,220 78,545 70,403 80,354 66,696 55,799 107,098 77,040 77,272 70,477 62,272 52,276
Oregon 115,959 86,900 77,467 77,395 62,506 47,315 102,071 79,746 64,303 77,636 69,356 58,705
Pennsylvania 138,487 95,585 74,859 107,803 87,234 70,199 150,692 96,207 82,779 95,280 76,646 64,627
Rhode Island 113,721 82,801 76,895 76,893 65,921 56,409 171,153 114,584 94,320 122,360 90,189 75,409
                         
South Carolina 124,551 87,591 78,394 87,505 70,182 59,532 71,661 68,337 65,243 77,472 61,555 53,327
South Dakota 91,105 73,810 67,120 88,956 73,954 64,047 67,134 59,431 54,444
Tennessee 105,647 76,929 66,156 81,344 65,661 58,872 141,656 93,640 76,327 77,719 62,755 54,426
Texas 127,402 87,769 75,550 91,674 74,454 65,954 138,933 92,732 81,502 84,637 70,145 57,930
Utah 119,948 85,239 73,605 83,005 68,980 60,767 122,390 91,478 72,602 91,105 77,341 60,170
                         
Vermont 119,080 90,629 74,037 71,572 54,629 46,860 103,899 75,973 68,724
Virginia 126,836 88,488 74,460 86,578 73,003 63,459 115,100 84,263 47,872 70,706 58,971 52,122
Washington 126,600 93,604 84,787 98,108 84,222 75,633 113,116 82,985 66,846 82,913 67,045 62,631
West Virginia 99,578 75,669 65,153 70,303 61,705 53,480 66,386 58,899 53,065 60,331 53,721 45,896
Wisconsin 111,835 80,278 73,543 74,049 62,503 61,315 102,799 78,661 68,533 75,469 62,995 55,463
Wyoming 115,262 81,682 76,703
                         
U.S. Service Academies
                         
Other jurisdictions 84,041 73,035 64,069 83,308 71,075 57,252 39,949 37,773
American Samoa
Federated States of
      Micronesia
Guam 94,831 73,217 55,754
Marshall Islands
Northern Marianas
Palau
Puerto Rico 84,041 73,035 64,069 39,949 37,773
U.S. Virgin Islands 73,225 66,362 58,430
†Not applicable.
‡Reporting standards not met (too few cases).
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. This definition differs from the definition of master's institutions that is used some Digest tables that present postsecondary finance data.
NOTE: Data exclude instructional faculty at medical schools. 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), Spring 2016, Human Resources component, Salaries section. (This table was prepared November 2017.)

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