Data Analyst Salary

Data analysts earn an average of $32.47 per hour, monthly salary start from $3,152 and go up to $8,537. The average annual salary is $67,540 and can go up to $102,439 per year.

HourlyWeeklyMonthlyAnnual
$32.47$1,299$5,628$67,540

Salary Range

Percentile10%25%50%75%90%
Hourly$18.19$23.71$31.07$40.00$49.25
Weekly$727$948$1,243$1,600$1,970
Monthly$3,152$4,110$5,385$6,934$8,537
Annual$37,828$49,314$64,620$83,208$102,439

Historical and Future Estimates

YearJuniorIntermediateSenior
2020$43,853$71,346$107,664
2019$42,576$69,947$106,598
2018$41,336$68,575$105,543
2017$40,132$67,231$104,498
2016$38,963$65,912$103,463
2015$37,828$64,620$102,439
2014$36,726$63,353$101,425
2013$35,657$62,111$100,421

Salary by State

StateHourlyMonthlyAnnual
Alabama$29.64$5,137$61,646
Alaska$29.64$5,138$61,662
Arizona$32.94$5,710$68,515
Arkansas$25.95$4,498$53,981
California$35.13$6,089$73,070
Colorado$35.45$6,144$73,728
Connecticut$34.95$6,058$72,699
Delaware$33.25$5,763$69,157
District of Columbia$38.18$6,618$79,421
Florida$31.34$5,432$65,189
Georgia$30.27$5,247$62,961
Guam$17.44$3,022$36,268
Hawaii$28.78$4,988$59,859
Idaho$29.79$5,163$61,955
Illinois$31.79$5,511$66,132
Indiana$26.26$4,553$54,631
Iowa$28.83$4,997$59,968
Kansas$28.76$4,984$59,813
Kentucky$25.87$4,485$53,819
Louisiana$24.95$4,324$51,893
Maine$27.99$4,851$58,212
Maryland$34.21$5,929$71,152
Massachusetts$33.11$5,739$68,863
Michigan$30.62$5,307$63,680
Minnesota$31.94$5,536$66,426
Mississippi$24.21$4,197$50,361
Missouri$30.17$5,229$62,744
Montana$25.20$4,368$52,419
Nebraska$27.37$4,744$56,928
Nevada$29.57$5,126$61,507
New Hampshire$31.97$5,542$66,504
New Jersey$35.97$6,236$74,826
New Mexico$28.53$4,944$59,333
New York$34.58$5,993$71,918
North Carolina$32.43$5,622$67,463
North Dakota$32.47$5,628$67,532
Ohio$30.36$5,263$63,154
Oklahoma$27.24$4,722$56,665
Oregon$31.10$5,391$64,694
Pennsylvania$31.53$5,466$65,591
Puerto Rico$18.50$3,207$38,488
Rhode Island$29.20$5,061$60,733
South Carolina$26.30$4,559$54,708
South Dakota$25.33$4,391$52,689
Tennessee$28.89$5,007$60,084
Texas$33.13$5,742$68,901
Utah$27.67$4,797$57,562
Vermont$28.05$4,861$58,336
Virginia$36.29$6,290$75,484
Washington$35.53$6,159$73,906
West Virginia$25.67$4,449$53,393
Wisconsin$28.26$4,899$58,784
Wyoming$23.46$4,067$48,806

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