Computer systems administrator earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Computer systems administrator salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $79,200
Alabama $66,700
Arkansas $61,110
Arizona $79,266
California $93,810
Colorado $81,230
Connecticut $90,490
District of Columbia $97,600
Delaware $77,140
Florida $75,170
Georgia $82,930
Guam $50,890
Hawaii $86,530
Iowa $74,940
Idaho $66,930
Illinois $71,140
Indiana $72,832
Kansas $75,149
Kentucky $60,540
Louisiana $64,570
Massachusetts $86,770
Maryland $102,330
Maine $72,510
Michigan $74,870
Minnesota $82,310
Missouri $82,160
Mississippi $70,480
Montana $62,420
North Carolina $81,370
North Dakota $66,470
Nebraska $76,450
New Hampshire $83,730
New Jersey $92,670
New Mexico $73,500
Nevada $81,350
New York $94,940
Ohio $75,190
Oklahoma $68,710
Oregon $80,510
Pennsylvania $80,669
Puerto Rico $42,080
Rhode Island $87,290
South Carolina $71,480
South Dakota $61,150
Tennessee $75,400
Texas $84,640
Utah $77,550
Virginia $89,350
Virgin Islands $61,490
Vermont $71,380
Washington $89,430
Wisconsin $71,560
West Virginia $64,560
Wyoming $64,630

How do computer systems administrator salaries compare to similar careers?

Computer systems administrators earn about the same as related careers in New York. On average, they make less than information security analysts but more than database administrators.

Career Median Salary
Information security analyst salary $114K
Computer hardware engineer salary $114K
Computer network architect salary $111K
Informatics nurse specialist salary $97K
Computer systems analyst salary $97K
Computer systems administrator salary $95K
Electrical engineer salary $99K
Operations research analyst salary $92K
Geospatial information scientist salary $91K
Database administrator salary $94K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)