Database architect earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Database architect salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $94,900
Alabama $87,980
Arkansas $74,130
Arizona $80,790
California $98,010
Colorado $99,840
Connecticut $100,340
District of Columbia $118,800
Delaware $76,580
Florida $76,500
Georgia $85,280
Guam $81,940
Hawaii $93,430
Iowa $78,810
Idaho $80,610
Illinois $86,800
Indiana $81,290
Kansas $76,510
Kentucky $79,420
Louisiana $62,800
Massachusetts $88,660
Maryland $116,360
Maine $77,640
Michigan $73,650
Minnesota $77,560
Missouri $83,720
Mississippi $78,970
Montana $66,510
North Carolina $86,770
North Dakota $68,870
Nebraska $85,600
New Hampshire $113,770
New Jersey $99,500
New Mexico $76,890
Nevada $71,210
New York $90,430
Ohio $82,640
Oklahoma $78,630
Oregon $77,540
Pennsylvania $84,660
Puerto Rico $62,800
Rhode Island $79,840
South Carolina $93,240
South Dakota $80,720
Tennessee $72,100
Texas $88,460
Utah $73,370
Virginia $104,840
Virgin Islands $43,130
Vermont $71,490
Washington $87,760
Wisconsin $71,050
West Virginia $83,160
Wyoming $73,050

How do database architect salaries compare to similar careers?

Database architects earn about the same as related careers in California. On average, they make less than software engineers but more than informatics nurse specialists.

Career Median Salary
Software engineer salary $123K
Computer hardware engineer salary $129K
Computer network architect salary $124K
Information security analyst salary $109K
Database administrator salary $101K
Database architect salary $98K
Software quality assurance engineer salary $98K
Electrical engineer salary $110K
Photonics engineer salary $107K
Informatics nurse specialist salary $100K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)