Librarian earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Librarian salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $70,560
Alabama $50,230
Arkansas $42,820
Arizona $45,397
California $78,620
Colorado $60,370
Connecticut $67,490
District of Columbia $81,770
Delaware $71,810
Florida $55,060
Georgia $61,260
Guam $55,500
Hawaii $63,297
Iowa $46,029
Idaho $42,707
Illinois $48,689
Indiana $39,353
Kansas $45,227
Kentucky $54,146
Louisiana $52,660
Massachusetts $68,310
Maryland $69,900
Maine $49,920
Michigan $50,430
Minnesota $63,680
Missouri $48,760
Mississippi $46,580
Montana $50,160
North Carolina $53,650
North Dakota $55,020
Nebraska $53,380
New Hampshire $54,550
New Jersey $64,320
New Mexico $48,450
Nevada $69,350
New York $64,620
Ohio $53,100
Oklahoma $43,610
Oregon $62,680
Pennsylvania $50,070
Puerto Rico $36,870
Rhode Island $68,290
South Carolina $56,790
South Dakota $38,650
Tennessee $53,920
Texas $59,730
Utah $45,970
Virginia $63,310
Virgin Islands $48,500
Vermont $42,090
Washington $72,690
Wisconsin $55,940
West Virginia $41,250
Wyoming $55,510

How do librarian salaries compare to similar careers?

Librarians earn 7% less than similar careers in Guam. On average, they make less than principals but more than healthcare social workers.

Career Median Salary
Principal salary $75K
Energy auditor salary $69K
Urban planner salary $63K
School counselor salary $59K
Librarian salary $56K
Postal service clerk salary $60K
Postal service worker salary $60K
Recruiter salary $49K
Healthcare social worker salary $51K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)