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Mathematicians Salary Information in Washington

The average annual and hourly salaries for mathematicians in the state of Washington are shown in Table 1 and Table 2, respectively. The comparison of the salary statistics of mathematicians among Washington cities is shown in Table 3. The salary statistics are based on the national compensation survey conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2017 and published in April 2018 [1].

Table 1 & 2. Annual & Hourly Salary of Mathematicians in Washington

Percentile BracketAverage Annual Salary
10th Percentile Wage
$59,050
25th Percentile Wage
$81,040
50th Percentile Wage
$116,190
75th Percentile Wage
$147,470
90th Percentile Wage
$171,180

Table 1 shows the average annual salary for mathematicians in Washington in 5 percentile scales. The average annual salary for the 90th percentile (the top 10 percent of the highest paid) is $171,180. The median (50th percentile) annual salary is $116,190. The average annual salary for the bottom 10 percent is $59,050.

Salary Trend (2012 to 2017)

The table and chart below show the trend of the median salary of mathematicians from 2012 to 2017. Note that there is no salary data for some years between 2012 and 2017.

YearMedian Salary Growth5-Year Growth
2017
$116,190
-2.56% 0.11%
2013
$119,160
2.60% -
2012
$116,060
- -

Table 3. Median Annual Salary of Mathematicians in Washington Cities

Table 3 shows the median annual salary of mathematicians in some Washington cities and metropolitan areas. We note that the median annual salary of mathematicians in state of Washington ranges from $129,360 to $129,360. The highest paying area for mathematicians in Washington is Seattle-Bellevue-Everett with a median annual salary of $129,360. The lowest paying area is Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue with a median annual salary of $129,360.

Cities/Areas Median Annual Salary
Seattle-Bellevue-Everett
$129,360
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue
$129,360




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