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 6% more than similar careers in Oklahoma. On average, they make more than product safety engineers.

Career Median Salary
Chemical engineer salary $106K
Computer hardware engineer salary $109K
Sales engineer salary $96K
Electrical engineer salary $96K
Product safety engineer salary $86K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)