The national average salary for a Systems Librarian in the U.S. is $76,236 annually or $36.65 hourly.Those in the bottom 10 percent make under $37,000 a year, and the top 10 percent make over $156,000.The best states for high paying Systems Librarian jobs are Alaska, District of Columbia, Minnesota, Colorado, and Wyoming.The typical tenure for a Systems Librarian is 4.2 years.
Across America, Systems Librarians make on average $76,236 annually or $36.65 hourly.Washington, DC reports the highest Systems Librarian salaries at $136,698 per year.The average starting salary in Washington, DC for Systems Librarians is $82,000.The highest earning states when it comes to Systems Librarian salaries are Alaska, District of Columbia, Minnesota, Colorado, and Wyoming.The lowest earning states are Michigan, West Virginia, Arizona, Hawaii, and Indiana.
Systems Librarians can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others.Systems Librarians at Brown University and Saint Peter Schools report the highest salaries.Companies like St. Peter School District and MIDDLESEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE also pay high salaries to their Systems Librarians.
Wages for Systems Librarians can differ based on the industry they work in.By looking at our data, we can see that Media companies, Manufacturing companies, and Technology companies pay their Systems Librarians well.Salaries for Systems Librarians in Media companies average $82,510 annually, while Manufacturing companies and Technology companies pay $79,342 and $72,878, respectively.At $68,560, the average salary for Systems Librarians in the Health Care industry is lower than other industries.