Web developer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Web developer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $56,860
Alabama $59,235
Arkansas $47,450
Arizona $60,863
California $78,040
Colorado $71,360
Connecticut $76,400
District of Columbia $86,580
Delaware $71,700
Florida $59,290
Georgia $78,070
Hawaii $59,299
Iowa $57,537
Idaho $53,695
Illinois $65,173
Indiana $53,221
Kansas $63,125
Kentucky $71,610
Louisiana $56,620
Massachusetts $81,200
Maryland $73,450
Maine $56,930
Michigan $63,750
Minnesota $77,880
Missouri $61,540
Mississippi $59,300
Montana $48,440
North Carolina $68,520
North Dakota $58,360
Nebraska $53,990
New Hampshire $64,400
New Jersey $78,010
New Mexico $58,960
Nevada $55,380
New York $71,730
Ohio $62,150
Oklahoma $56,660
Oregon $68,760
Pennsylvania $72,030
Puerto Rico $35,040
Rhode Island $65,950
South Carolina $74,970
South Dakota $50,780
Tennessee $58,060
Texas $70,630
Utah $66,640
Virginia $85,630
Vermont $54,980
Washington $89,660
Wisconsin $50,600
West Virginia $54,060
Wyoming $46,310

How do web developer salaries compare to similar careers?

Web developers earn 7% more than similar careers in North Carolina. On average, they make less than bioinformatics scientists but more than drafters.

Career Median Salary
Bioinformatics scientist salary $80K
Distance learning coordinator salary $77K
Technical writer salary $74K
Industrial designer salary $70K
Online merchant salary $68K
Web developer salary $69K
IT support specialist salary $53K
Hydroelectric plant technician salary $55K
Graphic designer salary $50K
Drafter salary $51K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)