Statistical Programmer Salary

Statistical programmer earns an average of $39.00 per hour, monthly salary start from $3,608 and go up to $10,435. The average annual salary is $81,120 and can go up to $125,217.

Hourly RateWeeklyMonthlyAnnual
$39.00$1,560$6,760$81,120

Salary Range

Percentile10%25%50%75%90%
Hourly Rate$20.82$27.92$36.58$47.36$60.20
Weekly$833$1,117$1,463$1,894$2,408
Monthly$3,608$4,840$6,340$8,209$10,435
Annual$43,302$58,076$76,078$98,504$125,217

Historical and Future Estimates

YearJuniorIntermediateSenior
2020$46,419$81,153$132,913
2019$45,778$80,112$131,336
2018$45,146$79,084$129,779
2017$44,523$78,069$128,240
2016$43,908$77,067$126,720
2015$43,302$76,078$125,217
2014$42,704$75,102$123,732
2013$42,115$74,138$122,265

Salary by State

StateHourly RateMonthlyAnnual
Alabama$38.32$6,642$79,707
Alaska$38.61$6,693$80,316
Arizona$37.90$6,569$78,824
Arkansas$33.78$5,855$70,260
California$42.09$7,296$87,555
Colorado$43.42$7,527$90,322
Connecticut$40.78$7,068$84,818
Delaware$40.82$7,076$84,907
District of Columbia$42.28$7,329$87,948
Florida$35.87$6,218$74,616
GeorgiaN/AN/AN/A
Guam$29.47$5,109$61,304
Hawaii$32.13$5,570$66,836
Idaho$30.27$5,248$62,971
Illinois$34.93$6,054$72,654
Indiana$30.88$5,352$64,227
Iowa$32.05$5,556$66,670
Kansas$33.64$5,830$69,966
Kentucky$30.22$5,239$62,863
Louisiana$31.40$5,442$65,306
Maine$32.82$5,689$68,269
MarylandN/AN/AN/A
Massachusetts$41.53$7,199$86,388
Michigan$35.28$6,116$73,390
Minnesota$37.42$6,485$77,824
Mississippi$30.15$5,226$62,716
Missouri$35.85$6,214$74,567
Montana$30.20$5,235$62,814
Nebraska$35.95$6,232$74,783
Nevada$37.49$6,498$77,971
New Hampshire$35.20$6,102$73,223
New Jersey$40.71$7,057$84,681
New Mexico$45.52$7,890$94,678
New York$40.54$7,027$84,318
North Carolina$37.88$6,566$78,795
North Dakota$26.69$4,626$55,516
Ohio$33.22$5,759$69,103
Oklahoma$30.83$5,344$64,129
Oregon$34.03$5,898$70,780
Pennsylvania$36.82$6,381$76,578
Puerto Rico$21.27$3,687$44,244
Rhode Island$36.52$6,331$75,970
South Carolina$33.61$5,826$69,917
South Dakota$25.71$4,457$53,485
Tennessee$35.04$6,073$72,879
Texas$38.11$6,606$79,276
Utah$37.01$6,415$76,980
Vermont$31.68$5,491$65,895
Virginia$41.18$7,139$85,662
Washington$54.44$9,437$113,238
West Virginia$26.83$4,651$55,810
Wisconsin$33.98$5,890$70,682
Wyoming$29.94$5,190$62,275