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ASP.NET Developer Salary in the United States 🇺🇸

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The median ASP.NET developer salary in the United States is $105,656 per year or $54 per hour in 2022. The median salary is different depending on where you live and how long you have been working.

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How much does a ASP.NET developer make in the United States?

$105,656 / Annual

Based on 2237 salaries

The data come from StackOverflow's annual developer surveys, and can you can find them on this link -

Map of ASP.NET Developer Salary by State

Developers can expect much higher salaries in Washington, New York, California.

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While in Washington, developers can expect $142,917 per year, in Tennessee, it's just $75,070 per year.

3 States with the Highest ASP.NET Developer Median Salary, August 2022:

  1. Washington - $142,917
  2. New York - $122,500
  3. California - $122,500

3 States with the Lowest ASP.NET Developer Median Salary, August 2022:

  1. Tennessee - $75,070
  2. Iowa - $84,087
  3. Connecticut - $84,984

For the complete table with sortable options, please check out the table of the available states below. Feel free to reach out if you don't see your state on the table or the data is unavailable on the map.

List of ASP.NET Developer Salary by State

Salary Difference 
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1Washington$142,91735% 150 Salaries
2New York$122,50016% 100 Salaries
3California$122,50016% 146 Salaries
4New Jersey$118,03412% 38 Salaries
5Colorado$117,39611% 73 Salaries
6Illinois$115,3549% 108 Salaries
7Minnesota$113,3127% 77 Salaries
8Wisconsin$112,2926% 92 Salaries
9North Carolina$112,2926% 66 Salaries
10Georgia$111,2715% 68 Salaries
11Virginia$110,9525% 58 Salaries
12Arizona$108,5913% 51 Salaries
13Massachusetts$108,0252% 47 Salaries
14Florida$107,1871% 132 Salaries
15Texas$105,656-198 Salaries
16Michigan$104,125-1% 112 Salaries
17Missouri$103,870-2% 49 Salaries
18Pennsylvania$102,083-3% 110 Salaries
19Maryland$101,509-4% 40 Salaries
20Kentucky$101,509-4% 40 Salaries
21Ohio$98,306-7% 112 Salaries
22Indiana$89,706-15% 47 Salaries
23Utah$88,813-16% 85 Salaries
24Kansas$88,289-16% 27 Salaries
25Nebraska$87,817-17% 31 Salaries
26Oregon$84,984-20% 55 Salaries
27Connecticut$84,984-20% 27 Salaries
28Iowa$84,087-20% 53 Salaries
29Tennessee$75,070-29% 45 Salaries

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ASP.NET Developer Salary by Years of Professional Experience

Perhaps the most significant factor that comes into play is the years of professional experience. New ASP.NET developer usually earn less than experienced developers and have far fewer options than mid-level or senior developers.

Chart explanation: The X-axis shows years of professional coding experience. A newbie is a developer who just got into the industry or someone with less than one year of experience.

ASP.NET Developer Salary by Size of Company

Chart explanation: The X-axis shows the company size in terms of the number of employees. A freelancer does not necessarily represent a company; it may also be a sole proprietor or contractor.


So, if you are a ASP.NET developer, or want to become one, your skills are in high demand and you can likely command very good salary. Keep in mind that it vary depending on location, but with a few years of experience under your belt, you will be highly employable.

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