What is the salary of an Archivist?

The average salary of an Archivist in United States is $52,670. Salaries start from around $28,420 and go up to $84,310. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

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$84,310
Starting ($28.4k)
Junior ($37.6k)
Experienced ($49.1k)
Senior ($64.6k)
Highest ($84.3k)
Highest

The top 10% of Archivists in United States earn:

$84,310
Senior

The top 25% of Archivists in United States earn:

$64,550
Experienced

The middle 50% of Archivists in United States earn:

$49,110
Junior

The bottom 25% of Archivists in United States earn:

$37,550
Starting

The bottom 10% of Archivists in United States earn:

$28,420

Historical salary

Archivist salary by state

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State Salary Rank
District of Columbia 78,000 1
Massachusetts 62,710 2
Maryland 61,510 3
New Jersey 60,930 4
Washington 60,840 5
Alabama 60,560 6
California 57,860 7
Illinois 57,100 8
Rhode Island 56,050 9
Virginia 54,780 10
New York 54,210 11
Arizona 53,830 12
Texas 53,670 13
United States 52,670 14
Michigan 52,640 15
Georgia 52,300 16
Colorado 51,600 17
New Mexico 51,000 18
Florida 50,910 19
Maine 50,590 20
Oregon 49,670 21
Missouri 49,150 22
North Carolina 48,100 23
Arkansas 47,690 24
Iowa 46,960 25
Louisiana 46,330 26
Connecticut 45,690 27
Pennsylvania 45,140 28
Tennessee 45,100 29
Indiana 43,720 30
Wisconsin 43,090 31
Kansas 40,920 32
Utah 40,110 33
Ohio 39,960 34
South Carolina 38,960 35
Minnesota 37,630 36
Oklahoma 35,450 37
Mississippi 33,100 38

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