School psychologist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

School psychologist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $84,740
Alabama $60,370
Arkansas $62,200
Arizona $61,500
California $100,850
Colorado $84,410
Connecticut $88,890
District of Columbia $84,780
Delaware $74,390
Florida $69,650
Georgia $71,200
Hawaii $78,440
Iowa $78,810
Idaho $64,270
Illinois $75,111
Indiana $63,540
Kansas $58,900
Kentucky $59,300
Louisiana $63,540
Massachusetts $79,810
Maryland $78,980
Maine $72,200
Michigan $75,340
Minnesota $84,630
Missouri $65,890
Mississippi $57,780
Montana $60,540
North Carolina $62,470
North Dakota $83,730
Nebraska $67,060
New Hampshire $73,840
New Jersey $85,160
New Mexico $66,810
Nevada $77,200
New York $88,710
Ohio $72,930
Oklahoma $49,830
Oregon $89,150
Pennsylvania $83,610
Puerto Rico $47,300
Rhode Island $86,370
South Carolina $61,030
South Dakota $68,780
Tennessee $64,330
Texas $66,070
Utah $70,740
Virginia $73,930
Vermont $60,590
Washington $71,670
Wisconsin $77,090
West Virginia $50,890
Wyoming $74,350

How do school psychologist salaries compare to similar careers?

School psychologists earn 8% more than similar careers in Alaska. On average, they make less than nurse educators but more than special education teachers.

Career Median Salary
Nurse educator salary $83K
School psychologist salary $85K
Urban planner salary $79K
High school teacher salary $76K
Professor salary $75K
Special education teacher salary $76K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)