The average salary for a mathematician in California is around $99,080 per year.

#### Avg Salary

Mathematicians earn an average yearly salary of **$99,080**.

Wages typically start from **$58,560** and go up to **$138,160**.

34% above national average Updated in 2018

## Mathematician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

## Mathematician salary by state

State Name | Average Salary |
---|---|

California | $99,080 |

Colorado | $103,100 |

District of Columbia | $126,280 |

Florida | $92,310 |

Illinois | $103,220 |

Maryland | $118,410 |

New Jersey | $111,910 |

New Mexico | $105,780 |

Nevada | $69,350 |

New York | $82,030 |

Ohio | $85,120 |

Pennsylvania | $76,250 |

Rhode Island | $79,660 |

Texas | $53,620 |

Virginia | $123,160 |

Washington | $119,860 |

## How do mathematician salaries compare to similar careers?

Mathematicians earn about the same as related careers in California. On average, they make less than astronomers but more than geologists.

Career | Median Salary |
---|---|

Astronomer salary | $118K |

Nanotechnology engineer salary | $107K |

Geospatial information scientist salary | $98K |

Atmospheric scientist salary | $101K |

Biochemist salary | $90K |

Mathematician salary | $99K |

Statistician salary | $92K |

Biostatistician salary | $92K |

Hydrologist salary | $95K |

Geologist salary | $93K |

Source: *CareerExplorer (Aggregated)*