Average computer systems analyst compensation in all 50 states

Computer systems analysts, typically referred to as clinical systems analysts in healthcare settings, earn an average of $93,610 across all industries in the U.S.

Computer systems analysts have the highest annual salary in New Jersey, where they earn an average of $107,540. The lowest-earning computer systems analysts are in Mississippi, where they earn $66,790 on average.

Here are the average annual salaries for computer systems analysts by state, ranked from highest to lowest, according to May 2018 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

New Jersey: $107,540
New York: $106,320
California: $103,930
Virginia: $102,290
Rhode Island: $99,470
Texas: $97,900
Maryland: $97,720
Washington: $96,860
Delaware: $96,460
Colorado: $96,030
Pennsylvania: $95,990
Connecticut: $94,530
Massachusetts: $94,510
New Hampshire: $93,620
North Carolina: $93,480
Minnesota: $92,920
Georgia: $91,060
Oregon: $89,440
Ohio: $89,420
Illinois: $89,370
Arizona: $88,970
Florida: $85,050
Alabama: $84,950
Utah: $84,840
New Mexico: $84,660
Iowa: $84,300
Michigan: $83,900
Missouri: $83,720
Wisconsin: $82,480
Maine: $81,670
Nevada: $80,580
South Carolina: $80,200
Vermont: $80,190
Hawaii: $80,100
Oklahoma: $79,950
Indiana: $79,750
Idaho: $78,550
Kansas: $78,520
Tennessee: $77,330
Nebraska: $77,240
Wyoming: $77,200
Montana: $76,380
North Dakota: $76,110
South Dakota: $75,810
West Virginia: $74,010
Louisiana: $72,560
Arkansas: $71,990
Kentucky: $71,500
Alaska: $70,390
Mississippi: $66,790

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