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TypeScript Developer Salary in the United States 🇺🇸

Martin Milo
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The median TypeScript developer salary in the United States is $117,937 per year or $60 per hour in 2022. The median salary is influenced by many factors. Location and years of work experience are two important factors. For example, if you live in a expensive city, you will likely earn a higher salary than someone who lives in a less expensive city. Additionally, the more years of work experience you have, the more money you are likely to make.

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How much does a TypeScript developer make in the United States?

$117,937 / Annual

Based on 4568 salaries

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

Map of TypeScript Developer Salary by State

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

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Tip: Hover over the state to see the annual salary

While in Washington, developers can expect $165,750 per year, in Oklahoma, it's just $78,625 per year.

3 States with the Highest TypeScript Developer Median Salary, August 2022:

  1. Washington - $165,750
  2. California - $148,750
  3. New York - $138,125

3 States with the Lowest TypeScript Developer Median Salary, August 2022:

  1. Oklahoma - $78,625
  2. Kentucky - $86,488
  3. Iowa - $87,470

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 TypeScript Developer Salary by State

Salary Difference 
Based on 
1Washington$165,75041% 329 Salaries
2California$148,75026% 487 Salaries
3New York$138,12517% 299 Salaries
4New Hampshire$137,83917% 28 Salaries
5Massachusetts$134,93814% 149 Salaries
6Virginia$127,5008% 125 Salaries
7Oregon$127,5008% 117 Salaries
8New Jersey$127,5008% 97 Salaries
9Minnesota$127,5008% 125 Salaries
10Maryland$127,5008% 86 Salaries
11Colorado$127,5008% 198 Salaries
12Tennessee$125,3756% 68 Salaries
13Wisconsin$122,1884% 130 Salaries
14Utah$122,1884% 198 Salaries
15Texas$122,1884% 348 Salaries
16Illinois$122,1884% 182 Salaries
17Indiana$120,0632% 64 Salaries
18Georgia$120,0632% 113 Salaries
19Arizona$119,0001% 74 Salaries
20Nevada$117,938-22 Salaries
21Arkansas$115,972-2% 26 Salaries
22North Carolina$115,281-2% 142 Salaries
23Florida$114,750-3% 185 Salaries
24Pennsylvania$113,688-4% 148 Salaries
25Michigan$111,563-5% 159 Salaries
26Missouri$108,368-8% 76 Salaries
27Nebraska$108,109-8% 46 Salaries
28Idaho$103,687-12% 42 Salaries
29Ohio$100,938-14% 185 Salaries
30New Mexico$100,935-14% 22 Salaries
31South Carolina$100,137-15% 48 Salaries
32Alabama$99,264-16% 24 Salaries
33Kansas$98,281-17% 34 Salaries
34Vermont$97,298-17% 28 Salaries
35Connecticut$90,910-23% 26 Salaries
36Louisiana$90,419-23% 30 Salaries
37Iowa$87,470-26% 40 Salaries
38Kentucky$86,488-27% 42 Salaries
39Oklahoma$78,625-33% 26 Salaries

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TypeScript Developer Salary by Years of Professional Experience

Making money as a TypeScript developer is often based on how long you have been working as a developer. People who have been working as developers for a while usually make more money than people who are just starting out.

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.

TypeScript 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.


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