Computer hardware engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Computer hardware engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $107,120
Alabama $111,780
Arkansas $102,290
Arizona $110,070
California $129,070
Colorado $116,010
Connecticut $99,840
District of Columbia $126,280
Florida $96,640
Georgia $101,510
Hawaii $94,820
Iowa $96,330
Idaho $101,020
Illinois $104,730
Indiana $78,320
Kansas $81,220
Kentucky $73,070
Louisiana $77,940
Massachusetts $120,860
Maryland $125,730
Minnesota $104,760
Missouri $97,070
Mississippi $92,460
North Carolina $108,440
Nebraska $79,390
New Hampshire $114,720
New Jersey $111,090
Nevada $85,430
New York $113,700
Ohio $101,530
Oklahoma $109,260
Oregon $111,460
Pennsylvania $108,570
Puerto Rico $62,210
Rhode Island $100,060
South Carolina $86,450
Tennessee $85,330
Texas $116,290
Utah $100,000
Virginia $120,770
Vermont $111,050
Washington $120,540
Wisconsin $86,570
West Virginia $98,190

How do computer hardware engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Computer hardware engineers earn 6% more than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make more than mechatronics engineers.

Career Median Salary
Computer hardware engineer salary $117K
Aerospace engineer salary $110K
Chemical engineer salary $106K
Nuclear engineer salary $106K
Mechatronics engineer salary $99K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)