The national average salary for a Mainframe Developer in the United States is $93,950 per year or $45.17 per hour.While the top 10 percent make over $147,000 per year, the bottom 10 percent make under $59,000.Professional companies and Finance companies have the most job opportunities for Mainframe Developers.District of Columbia, Alaska, Colorado, California, and Washington are some of the states with the best Mainframe Developer salaries in the US.The typical tenure for a Mainframe Developer is 4.1 years.
Mainframe Developers in the US makes an average salary of $93,950 per year or $45.17 per hour.The top city when it comes to Mainframe Developer salaries is Sacramento, CA at $118,460 per year.Not only that, Sacramento, CA also has an average entry-level salary of $78,000.District of Columbia, Alaska, Colorado, California, and Washington are the top 5 highest earning states for Mainframe Developers.Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Montana, and West Virginia are at the bottom for competitive pay.
Mainframe Developers can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others.The most abundant employment opportunities for Mainframe Developers are in Professional companies and Finance companies.Populus Group and Credit Suisse are the highest paying companies.If you can find a job at a company like The Bank of New York Mellon or Deloitte, they also offer very competitive salaries to their Mainframe Developers.
Mainframe Developer salaries can vary depending on the industry.Our data shows that Insurance companies, Automotive companies, and Transportation companies tend to have the highest salaries for Mainframe Developers.Insurance companies pay Mainframe Developers an average salary of $97,298, Automotive companies pay $94,733, and Transportation companys come in at $94,108.At $92,376, the average salary for Mainframe Developers in the Technology industry is lower than other industries.