Civil engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Civil engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $107,080
Alabama $73,415
Arkansas $75,480
Arizona $79,410
California $106,050
Colorado $86,810
Connecticut $89,960
District of Columbia $95,630
Delaware $87,410
Florida $83,180
Georgia $74,780
Guam $59,180
Hawaii $86,680
Iowa $82,350
Idaho $78,280
Illinois $87,257
Indiana $74,714
Kansas $82,340
Kentucky $84,490
Louisiana $94,200
Massachusetts $88,780
Maryland $78,620
Maine $79,560
Michigan $77,160
Minnesota $88,750
Missouri $78,250
Mississippi $80,350
Montana $74,260
North Carolina $80,480
North Dakota $78,820
Nebraska $80,750
New Hampshire $83,970
New Jersey $97,060
New Mexico $85,900
Nevada $87,850
New York $92,810
Ohio $78,380
Oklahoma $84,100
Oregon $85,860
Pennsylvania $76,594
Puerto Rico $48,610
Rhode Island $83,420
South Carolina $77,200
South Dakota $73,660
Tennessee $85,110
Texas $92,300
Utah $77,010
Virginia $88,070
Virgin Islands $60,980
Vermont $72,050
Washington $88,450
Wisconsin $74,850
West Virginia $79,890
Wyoming $75,950

How do civil engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Civil engineers earn 12% more than similar careers in Colorado. On average, they make less than electrical engineers but more than industrial engineering technicians.

Career Median Salary
Electrical engineer salary $97K
Industrial engineer salary $97K
Environmental engineer salary $92K
Water engineer salary $92K
Biomedical engineer salary $96K
Civil engineer salary $87K
Geodesist salary $62K
Explosives worker salary $60K
Power engineer salary $58K
Industrial engineering technician salary $54K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)