Aerospace engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Aerospace engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Louisiana $99,980
South Carolina $99,980
Delaware $99,800
Iowa $99,800
Kansas $99,040
Indiana $97,510
Oklahoma $97,510
New Hampshire $96,960
West Virginia $90,900
Illinois $89,430
Nevada $88,150
Oregon $82,090
Wisconsin $81,010
Minnesota $78,500
Mississippi $78,270
Michigan $77,750
Montana $71,810
Idaho $61,240
Puerto Rico $59,960
Nebraska $163,360
District of Columbia $144,250
Maryland $131,590
Colorado $131,580
Massachusetts $131,400
Washington $131,400
Arizona $130,850
California $128,660
Virginia $128,560
Alabama $123,800
Kentucky $122,920
Ohio $121,600
New Jersey $121,110
Hawaii $120,390
New Mexico $120,380
Missouri $116,430
Texas $108,920
Utah $105,460
North Carolina $105,040
Connecticut $102,910
Georgia $102,910
Pennsylvania $102,750
New York $101,990
Florida $101,490
Alaska $100,290
Tennessee $100,220

How do aerospace engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Aerospace engineers earn 9% more than similar careers in Iowa. On average, they make less than chemical engineers but more than wind energy engineers.

Career Median Salary
Chemical engineer salary $104K
Aerospace engineer salary $100K
Electrical engineer salary $97K
Engineer salary $84K
Nanosystems engineer salary $81K
Wind energy engineer salary $81K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)