Cloud Architect Salary

Cloud computing architect earns an average of $50.28 per hour, monthly salary start from $4,781 and go up to $13,040. The average annual salary is $104,590 and can go up to $156,478.

HourlyWeeklyMonthlyAnnual
$50.28$2,011$8,716$104,590

Salary Range

Percentile10%25%50%75%90%
Hourly$27.58$37.08$49.22$61.95$75.23
Weekly$1,103$1,483$1,969$2,478$3,009
Monthly$4,781$6,427$8,531$10,738$13,040
Annual$57,366$77,126$102,367$128,856$156,478

Historical and Future Estimates

YearJuniorIntermediateSenior
2020$60,293$106,528$161,229
2019$59,696$105,682$160,268
2018$59,105$104,844$159,312
2017$58,519$104,012$158,362
2016$57,940$103,186$157,417
2015$57,366$102,367$156,478
2014$56,798$101,555$155,545
2013$56,236$100,749$154,617

Salary by State

StateHourlyMonthlyAnnual
Alabama$45.19$7,832$93,985
Alaska$50.96$8,833$105,997
Arizona$48.87$8,470$101,639
Arkansas$42.56$7,377$88,525
California$60.30$10,451$125,414
Colorado$50.43$8,740$104,884
Connecticut$53.04$9,193$110,313
Delaware$53.85$9,333$111,998
District of Columbia$51.54$8,933$107,193
Florida$36.22$6,278$75,338
Georgia$52.81$9,154$109,845
Hawaii$52.33$9,071$108,846
Idaho$36.28$6,288$75,452
Illinois$54.55$9,454$113,454
Indiana$41.15$7,133$85,592
Iowa$44.66$7,741$92,893
Kansas$44.47$7,707$92,487
Kentucky$37.96$6,579$78,946
Louisiana$43.07$7,465$89,575
Maine$44.29$7,676$92,113
Maryland$57.27$9,926$119,111
Massachusetts$57.88$10,033$120,390
Michigan$48.63$8,429$101,150
Minnesota$46.62$8,080$96,959
Mississippi$35.79$6,203$74,433
Missouri$48.53$8,412$100,942
Montana$32.32$5,602$67,226
Nebraska$45.68$7,918$95,014
Nevada$46.99$8,144$97,729
New Hampshire$42.40$7,349$88,192
New Jersey$58.69$10,172$122,065
New Mexico$46.98$8,142$97,708
New York$56.12$9,727$116,730
North Carolina$50.58$8,766$105,196
North Dakota$31.41$5,444$65,322
Ohio$48.21$8,356$100,277
Oklahoma$40.03$6,939$83,262
Oregon$63.12$10,940$131,279
Pennsylvania$47.55$8,241$98,894
Puerto Rico$26.99$4,678$56,139
Rhode Island$52.30$9,064$108,774
South Carolina$41.33$7,164$85,966
South Dakota$37.46$6,493$77,917
Tennessee$48.43$8,394$100,724
Texas$52.44$9,090$109,075
Utah$44.80$7,764$93,174
Vermont$38.41$6,658$79,893
Virginia$56.22$9,744$116,927
Washington$51.78$8,975$107,702
West Virginia$37.80$6,551$78,614
Wisconsin$42.34$7,338$88,057
Wyoming$47.06$8,156$97,874

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