Chemical engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Chemical engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $125,160
Alabama $100,713
Arkansas $90,730
Arizona $100,090
California $98,560
Colorado $94,740
Connecticut $82,830
District of Columbia $126,050
Delaware $117,080
Florida $91,430
Georgia $90,760
Iowa $100,640
Idaho $106,780
Illinois $93,076
Indiana $97,228
Kansas $98,201
Kentucky $101,180
Louisiana $102,530
Massachusetts $95,690
Maryland $114,300
Maine $94,120
Michigan $96,500
Minnesota $94,290
Missouri $101,950
Mississippi $105,440
Montana $90,700
North Carolina $97,700
North Dakota $88,820
Nebraska $84,530
New Hampshire $78,690
New Jersey $115,330
New Mexico $104,290
Nevada $92,850
New York $97,530
Ohio $93,990
Oklahoma $105,800
Oregon $91,740
Pennsylvania $94,925
Puerto Rico $57,880
Rhode Island $82,280
South Carolina $81,610
Tennessee $104,700
Texas $128,490
Utah $90,150
Virginia $112,110
Washington $100,450
Wisconsin $87,960
West Virginia $93,770
Wyoming $102,870

How do chemical engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Chemical engineers earn about the same as related careers in Georgia. On average, they make less than biochemical engineers but more than industrial engineers.

Career Median Salary
Biochemical engineer salary $92K
Nanotechnology engineer salary $92K
Photonics engineer salary $92K
Robotics engineer salary $92K
Nanosystems engineer salary $92K
Chemical engineer salary $91K
Computer systems engineer salary $85K
Software quality assurance engineer salary $85K
Electrical engineer salary $85K
Industrial engineer salary $81K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)