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
Utah $99,930
South Dakota $99,510
Tennessee $99,510
Wisconsin $98,280
Ohio $96,740
Idaho $96,640
Indiana $96,140
Kansas $80,340
Missouri $78,670
Puerto Rico $78,090
Montana $77,680
Louisiana $76,930
Mississippi $74,150
Kentucky $62,990
California $164,980
Nevada $161,630
Washington $152,460
Virginia $134,780
Alaska $131,590
New Hampshire $129,270
New Jersey $128,870
Colorado $128,460
Massachusetts $128,100
Maryland $127,690
Oregon $127,690
Vermont $127,690
Alabama $123,430
Texas $122,900
North Carolina $121,110
Arizona $120,700
Florida $119,770
New York $118,060
West Virginia $116,130
Connecticut $110,440
Oklahoma $109,260
District of Columbia $107,140
South Carolina $104,770
Illinois $104,670
Arkansas $104,410
Hawaii $102,910
Pennsylvania $102,910
Michigan $102,730
Rhode Island $102,390
Nebraska $102,280
Minnesota $100,880
Georgia $100,380
Iowa $100,050

How do computer hardware engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Computer hardware engineers earn about the same as related careers in Alabama. On average, they make less than nanotechnology engineers but more than petroleum engineers.

Career Median Salary
Nanotechnology engineer salary $125K
Wind energy engineer salary $125K
Mechatronics engineer salary $125K
Nanosystems engineer salary $125K
Biochemical engineer salary $125K
Computer hardware engineer salary $123K
Aerospace engineer salary $124K
Electrical engineer salary $100K
Nuclear engineer salary $117K
Petroleum engineer salary $95K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)