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 about the same as related careers in Kansas. On average, they make less than computer network architects but more than environmental engineers.

Career Median Salary
Computer network architect salary $90K
Information security analyst salary $86K
Water engineer salary $85K
Civil engineer salary $82K
Database administrator salary $82K
Computer hardware engineer salary $81K
Mechanical engineer salary $82K
Distance learning coordinator salary $94K
Product safety engineer salary $82K
Environmental engineer salary $84K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)