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Table 316.50. 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: 2017-18
[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 $131,773 $91,724 $79,860 $96,084 $78,316 $67,291 $160,220 $99,182 $84,079 $92,541 $74,409 $63,318
Alabama 127,963 90,856 75,108 82,673 68,604 61,421 100,337 72,443 40,898 63,483 56,626 49,023
Alaska 106,345 88,890 73,501 104,446 87,974 69,597 64,878 49,771 46,676
Arizona 130,847 94,930 81,729 131,474 97,006 71,886 102,855 70,699 68,672
Arkansas 107,859 80,126 70,406 72,821 63,958 55,849 80,637 67,795 61,052 71,905 60,683 57,892
California 157,398 107,063 91,776 106,717 90,993 81,007 171,805 108,564 92,503 102,760 81,946 71,902
                         
Colorado 115,388 89,432 76,717 81,100 66,664 57,438 132,631 94,973 83,105 114,440 86,141 66,741
Connecticut 151,296 102,494 83,685 104,568 87,063 69,382 181,457 97,588 86,608 138,079 99,941 82,461
Delaware 147,967 103,107 89,469 100,360 81,706 74,641
District of Columbia 155,545 104,516 97,513 104,665 75,418 62,592 173,091 111,491 91,435 87,320 69,942 68,769
Florida 131,375 92,378 82,227 109,385 85,990 68,717 134,981 94,032 78,552 97,164 79,770 67,048
                         
Georgia 119,699 85,441 74,284 78,536 66,423 59,495 145,659 95,690 85,360 78,808 62,834 54,896
Hawaii 128,644 97,622 85,128 88,534 80,218 72,564
Idaho 94,465 77,181 69,354 65,028 53,955 50,839
Illinois 125,265 88,026 83,950 96,061 77,937 67,823 179,415 102,779 88,936 85,279 71,370 61,549
Indiana 133,168 91,958 82,484 89,351 72,386 64,648 142,812 90,094 73,813 82,727 66,339 56,538
                         
Iowa 135,139 96,032 83,677 92,063 74,385 65,659 90,865 73,290 61,825 69,674 59,679 53,855
Kansas 115,684 82,458 72,060 75,885 65,820 59,130 65,640 53,748 50,240 65,025 59,224 52,881
Kentucky 110,730 79,024 70,024 78,394 66,073 56,327 80,053 64,439 55,239 62,905 55,209 49,231
Louisiana 110,756 77,970 72,734 75,294 62,221 56,855 130,762 83,586 83,056 58,577 58,435 55,342
Maine 107,197 82,956 65,380 77,668 63,024 52,310 94,402 76,102 63,547 67,458 57,908 49,334
                         
Maryland 134,805 96,312 80,993 94,669 76,275 69,760 139,776 100,333 100,010 89,574 72,223 62,298
Massachusetts 147,087 108,171 89,875 101,968 81,056 69,212 187,894 112,953 99,508 125,028 91,110 75,986
Michigan 138,423 96,272 83,290 97,251 83,582 72,314 110,994 88,732 77,298 80,136 68,350 61,349
Minnesota 145,639 97,959 88,853 93,801 78,599 67,629 98,667 78,709 65,050 81,113 67,740 61,630
Mississippi 100,816 76,706 67,330 69,918 61,569 52,390 82,978 67,743 60,965 75,074 60,668 57,678
                         
Missouri 110,036 77,445 69,587 79,598 64,923 56,816 147,955 91,239 78,982 83,260 66,082 57,684
Montana 95,841 74,738 69,213 76,954 68,105 57,828 63,367 52,573 48,494
Nebraska 120,381 87,614 84,981 81,613 67,494 57,686 117,998 84,867 70,194 66,278 57,492 52,192
Nevada 130,632 95,142 74,618
New Hampshire 133,295 103,394 83,522 96,382 79,452 66,440 190,058 120,522 96,399 91,889 74,796 65,767
                         
New Jersey 160,011 110,435 88,365 126,826 100,460 82,485 194,639 104,405 95,071 102,656 90,177 69,710
New Mexico 104,166 75,615 70,507 77,832 70,460 62,013 38,486
New York 136,296 97,611 83,120 110,336 85,039 72,010 168,067 106,382 88,621 100,633 80,507 69,956
North Carolina 126,889 86,784 78,502 94,385 75,736 68,976 162,917 98,133 75,308 72,081 62,291 56,331
North Dakota 106,453 83,595 71,641 80,945 63,356 55,741 71,134 64,383 55,754
                         
Ohio 123,955 89,065 78,875 77,729 65,037 61,901 111,762 79,992 72,858 80,057 66,151 57,953
Oklahoma 109,542 80,060 73,369 81,130 65,528 57,161 105,174 79,730 76,703 70,498 61,836 54,522
Oregon 125,660 92,971 80,833 79,862 67,892 54,421 102,534 79,796 65,343 64,651 58,340 51,981
Pennsylvania 144,186 100,818 82,896 111,553 90,748 72,485 159,612 100,108 87,310 94,625 77,057 65,536
Rhode Island 124,230 90,450 84,447 82,779 73,051 62,218 181,167 120,354 98,358 118,595 89,048 75,400
                         
South Carolina 133,119 93,900 87,330 89,755 72,439 63,724 69,828 66,204 58,204 81,361 65,849 57,267
South Dakota 95,456 78,771 69,939 91,645 70,306 66,612 68,849 61,866 54,836
Tennessee 109,870 80,751 70,847 83,192 67,464 58,894 148,018 92,959 77,979 81,797 66,043 58,151
Texas 133,214 92,012 78,114 93,992 76,894 67,683 146,520 97,766 86,205 89,628 73,246 62,593
Utah 124,297 87,970 79,559 89,441 72,923 65,367 151,842 108,014 75,936 86,851 76,225 53,748
                         
Vermont 119,777 90,970 76,024 73,468 56,466 49,459 104,727 78,247 71,211
Virginia 134,731 93,926 78,577 91,869 75,410 65,869 116,475 85,452 67,866 72,986 60,238 54,085
Washington 132,222 99,693 91,672 106,057 90,523 78,855 115,080 86,756 71,398 80,141 67,044 62,885
West Virginia 97,879 75,870 67,924 65,943 58,848 50,837 66,654 56,344 49,806 59,998 57,205 47,373
Wisconsin 120,857 82,647 78,930 74,621 63,929 62,503 105,740 82,221 71,965 75,641 63,648 56,714
Wyoming 118,002 82,290 79,942
                         
U.S. Service Academies
                         
Other jurisdictions 84,828 72,306 60,962 49,789 48,321
American Samoa
Federated States of
   Micronesia
Guam 94,653 74,108 57,834
Marshall Islands
Northern Marianas
Palau
Puerto Rico 83,765 72,036 63,110 49,789 48,321
U.S. Virgin Islands 87,266 69,755 59,146
†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 in 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.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Spring 2018, Human Resources component, Salaries section. (This table was prepared November 2018.)

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