Computer Programmer Salary

Computer programmers earn an average of $40.84 per hour, monthly salary start from $3,779 and go up to $10,927. The average annual salary is $84,940 and can go up to $131,120 per year.

HourlyWeeklyMonthlyAnnual
$40.84$1,633$7,078$84,940

Salary Range

Percentile10%25%50%75%90%
Hourly$21.80$29.24$38.30$49.59$63.04
Weekly$872$1,169$1,532$1,984$2,522
Monthly$3,779$5,068$6,639$8,596$10,927
Annual$45,343$60,814$79,664$103,147$131,120

Historical and Future Estimates

YearJuniorIntermediateSenior
2020$50,063$85,821$139,867
2019$49,081$84,553$138,072
2018$48,119$83,303$136,300
2017$47,175$82,072$134,551
2016$46,250$80,859$132,824
2015$45,343$79,664$131,120
2014$44,454$78,487$129,437
2013$43,583$77,327$127,776

Salary by State

StateHourlyMonthlyAnnual
Alabama$40.13$6,955$83,465
Alaska$40.43$7,008$84,102
Arizona$39.68$6,878$82,540
Arkansas$35.37$6,131$73,572
California$44.08$7,640$91,683
Colorado$45.47$7,882$94,580
Connecticut$42.70$7,401$88,817
Delaware$42.74$7,409$88,909
District of Columbia$44.28$7,675$92,094
Florida$37.56$6,511$78,134
GeorgiaN/AN/AN/A
Guam$30.86$5,349$64,194
Hawaii$33.65$5,832$69,987
Idaho$31.70$5,495$65,940
Illinois$36.58$6,340$76,079
Indiana$32.33$5,605$67,255
Iowa$33.56$5,818$69,813
Kansas$35.22$6,105$73,264
Kentucky$31.65$5,486$65,827
Louisiana$32.88$5,699$68,385
Maine$34.37$5,957$71,487
MarylandN/AN/AN/A
Massachusetts$43.49$7,538$90,461
Michigan$36.95$6,404$76,849
Minnesota$39.18$6,791$81,493
Mississippi$31.57$5,473$65,673
Missouri$37.54$6,507$78,082
Montana$31.62$5,481$65,776
Nebraska$37.65$6,526$78,308
Nevada$39.25$6,804$81,647
New Hampshire$36.86$6,390$76,675
New Jersey$42.63$7,389$88,673
New Mexico$47.66$8,262$99,141
New York$42.45$7,358$88,293
North Carolina$39.67$6,876$82,510
North Dakota$27.95$4,844$58,133
Ohio$34.79$6,030$72,360
Oklahoma$32.28$5,596$67,152
Oregon$35.63$6,176$74,117
Pennsylvania$38.55$6,682$80,188
Puerto Rico$22.27$3,861$46,330
Rhode Island$38.25$6,629$79,551
South Carolina$35.20$6,101$73,213
South Dakota$26.93$4,667$56,006
Tennessee$36.69$6,360$76,315
Texas$39.91$6,918$83,013
Utah$38.75$6,717$80,609
Vermont$33.17$5,750$69,001
Virginia$43.13$7,475$89,700
Washington$57.01$9,881$118,577
West Virginia$28.10$4,870$58,441
Wisconsin$35.58$6,168$74,014
Wyoming$31.35$5,434$65,211

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