Average database administrator salary in every state

The average annual salary for database administrators across all industries is $92,030.

In healthcare settings, database administrators oversee clinical databases and ensure the quality and safety of that information. They have the highest salaries in New Jersey, with an average of $110,160 per year. The lowest salaries are in Wyoming, at $59,780 on average.

Here are the average annual salaries for database administrators by state, ranked from highest to lowest, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data collected in May 2018.

New Jersey: $110,160
Washington: $104,700
California: $100,890
Connecticut: $100,570
New York: $99,000
Massachusetts: $98,620
Virginia: $98,090
Illinois: $96,230
New Hampshire: $95,880
Texas: $95,470
Utah: $94,230
Delaware: $92,460
Rhode Island: $92,410
Oregon: $92,150
North Carolina: $92,140
Georgia: $92,090
Colorado: $91,410
Minnesota: $91,110
Iowa: $90,540
Louisiana: $90,420
Hawaii: $90,380
Ohio: $89,330
Nevada: $89,320
Arizona: $88,670
Florida: $86,870
Missouri: $86,660
Maryland: $85,240
Wisconsin: $84,990
Pennsylvania: $84,510
Michigan: $83,900
Alabama: $83,580
Nebraska: $82,550
South Carolina: $82,500
Kansas: $82,430
New Mexico: $80,270
Alaska: $79,600
Tennessee: $78,650
Kentucky: $78,310
Vermont: $78,150
South Dakota: $76,770
Maine: $76,540
Mississippi: $75,020
Indiana: $74,340
Oklahoma: $74,110
Arkansas: $73,600

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