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In Texas, in 2018, local professional Grant Writers appear to earn good to excellent salaries. Since readily available and timely data are limited, such a conclusion is, however, always subject to revision.

 

This post explores available data on the salaries of Grant Writers in Texas. Other posts will explore grant writing as a career in other parts of the United States of America.

 

Grant Writer Salaries-TX 

Average Salaries

 

Based on data from Salaryexpert.com for the selected cities for which it reports data, the mid-career averages for Grant Writers range from a low of $33,368 in San Antonio, TX to a high of $69,087 in Houston, TX. For early career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $33,368 in San Antonio, TX to a high of $49,549 in Houston, TX. And for late career Grant Writers, the averages range from a low of $55,629, also in San Antonio, TX, to a high of $85,254, also in Houston, TX. By way of comparison, mid-career average salaries are 0.41% more in Houston, TX than in second-place Dallas, TX and 51.87% more than last-place San Antonio, TX.

 

City and County Early Career 2018 Average Late Career
Killeen, TX – Bell $43,969 $61,306 $75,652
San Antonio, TX – Bexar $33,368 $45,492 $55,629
Texarkana, TX – Bowie $44,120 $61,516 $75,911
Brownsville, TX – Cameron $43,519 $60,678 $74,878
McKinney-Plano, TX – Collin $49,350 $68,808 $84,910
Dallas, TX – Dallas $49,350 $68,808 $84,910
Grand Prairie, TX – Dallas $49,350 $68,808 $84,910
Irving-Garland, TX – Dallas $49,350 $68,808 $84,910
Mesquite, TX – Dallas $49,350 $68,808 $84,910
Odessa, TX – Ector $48,349 $67,413 $83,189
El Paso, TX – El Paso $43,684 $60,908 $75,162
Houston, TX – Harris $49,549 $69,087 $85,254
Beaumont, TX – Jefferson $46,748 $65,181 $80,434
Lubbock, TX – Lubbock $43,649 $60,860 $75,102
Waco, TX – McLennan $44,128 $61,527 $75,925
Corpus Christi, TX – Nueces $44,948 $62,741 $77,423
Amarillo, TX – Potter $45,050 $62,813 $77,511
Arlington, TX – Tarrant $47,207 $65,821 $81,224
Fort Worth, TX – Tarrant $47,207 $65,821 $81,224
Abilene, TX – Taylor $44,371 $61,866 $76,343
Austin, TX – Travis $46,998 $65,529 $80,864
Del Rio, TX – Val Verde $43,502 $60,654 $74,848
Laredo, TX – Webb $43,891 $61,197 $75,518
Wichita Falls – Wichita $43,545 $60,714 $74,922
Texas $46,369 $64,652 $79,782

 

As of 2018, Arlington, TX has the highest cost of living in Texas, followed by Beaumont, TX, Austin, TX, San Antonio, TX, Austin, TX, Houston, TX, Dallas, TX, Fort Worth, TX, Odessa, TX, Corpus Christi, TX, El Paso, TX, Amarillo, TX, Lubbock TX, Waco, TX, Wichita Falls, and Brownsville, TX. Overall consumer prices are slightly lower in Texas than in the United States overall, at 96.5% of the national average.

 

 

 

 

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