Average systems software developer salary in all 50 states

The annual salary for systems software developers across all industries in the U.S. is an average of $114,000.

Systems software developers earn the most in California, where the average annual salary for the role is $131,700. They earn the least in North Dakota, at $75,030 on average.

Here are the average annual salaries for systems software developers by state, ranked from highest to lowest, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data collected in May 2018. The BLS did not provide Delaware's salary data.

California: $131,700
New Hampshire: $126,790
Colorado: $124,410
New Jersey: $123,370
Washington: $121,250
Maryland: $119,860
Virginia: $119,860
Massachusetts: $117,760
New York: $115,120
Texas: $110,740
Minnesota: $110,460
Alaska: $110,080
Illinois: $108,570
Utah: $106,040
Alabama: $105,890
North Carolina: $105,760
Georgia: $105,100
Oregon: $104,760
Rhode Island: $103,930
Arizona: $103,860
Pennsylvania: $103,520
Florida: $102,590
Connecticut: $102,440
Ohio: $101,570
Nevada: $100,510
West Virginia: $100,170
Vermont: $99,370
Maine: $98,580
Hawaii: $97,510
Idaho: $97,310
New Mexico: $94,690
Nebraska: $94,620
Kansas: $94,240
Missouri: $94,140
Tennessee: $92,700
Iowa: $91,920
Indiana: $90,850
Wisconsin: $90,660
South Dakota: $90,430
Oklahoma: $90,200
Michigan: $88,560
Wyoming: $88,310
Mississippi: $86,360
Arkansas: $85,830
Kentucky: $84,300
South Carolina: $80,250
Montana: $77,560
Louisiana: $76,200
North Dakota: $75,030

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