Computer systems analyst earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Computer systems analyst salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $69,080
Alabama $81,160
Arkansas $68,929
Arizona $66,646
California $99,590
Colorado $93,600
Connecticut $93,410
District of Columbia $104,990
Delaware $93,640
Florida $79,200
Georgia $87,500
Guam $50,090
Hawaii $80,100
Iowa $74,131
Idaho $70,659
Illinois $89,370
Indiana $69,338
Kansas $69,687
Kentucky $68,450
Louisiana $68,540
Massachusetts $91,510
Maryland $94,130
Maine $74,610
Michigan $80,250
Minnesota $90,030
Missouri $81,660
Mississippi $62,000
Montana $71,650
North Carolina $90,230
North Dakota $72,830
Nebraska $77,240
New Hampshire $88,670
New Jersey $107,540
New Mexico $78,980
Nevada $79,910
New York $96,810
Ohio $84,100
Oklahoma $78,140
Oregon $88,630
Pennsylvania $73,311
Puerto Rico $44,090
Rhode Island $97,180
South Carolina $76,370
South Dakota $73,260
Tennessee $77,330
Texas $89,860
Utah $78,040
Virginia $98,290
Virgin Islands $49,940
Vermont $76,380
Washington $93,850
Wisconsin $77,930
West Virginia $72,680
Wyoming $74,750

How do computer systems analyst salaries compare to similar careers?

Computer systems analysts earn about the same as related careers in Nevada. On average, they make less than computer hardware engineers but more than video game producers.

Career Median Salary
Computer hardware engineer salary $85K
Operations research analyst salary $83K
Distance learning coordinator salary $86K
Computer systems administrator salary $81K
IT manager salary $73K
Computer programmer salary $82K
Informatics nurse specialist salary $80K
Computer systems analyst salary $80K
Bioinformatics scientist salary $74K
Video game producer salary $71K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)