Typical salaries for Indiana state government workers vary by job and skill level; for example, a law enforcement official working for the state makes from $17,914 to $43,576 per year, as of 2015. By contrast, an executive, scientific or medical employee makes from $41,574 to $131,196 per year.
The state classifies workers by job categories, each with assigned job codes for the jobs they encompass. Jobs classified as professional, administrative or technological pay anywhere from $22,282 to $64,974 per year, while supervisors in the same category make from $24,128 to $90,792 per year. Labor, trades and crafts employees earn from $16,068 to $42,744. Newly hired workers start at the minimum salary range.