Electrical engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Electrical engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
North Carolina $99,810
North Dakota $99,470
Minnesota $99,420
Connecticut $99,340
Hawaii $99,340
Vermont $99,340
Nevada $99,040
Utah $99,040
Illinois $98,870
Oklahoma $98,850
West Virginia $98,630
Michigan $98,390
Iowa $97,410
Wyoming $97,340
Arizona $97,090
South Dakota $97,090
Missouri $96,840
Tennessee $96,630
Ohio $95,440
Indiana $95,420
Nebraska $95,100
Wisconsin $94,850
Maine $94,620
Kentucky $93,170
Mississippi $92,680
South Carolina $89,630
Florida $81,810
Kansas $79,890
Arkansas $79,640
Montana $79,640
Guam $78,180
Puerto Rico $57,420
California $127,220
Maryland $122,990
District of Columbia $120,700
Massachusetts $120,700
New Mexico $120,390
Washington $120,390
New Hampshire $108,460
Louisiana $104,040
Georgia $102,390
Idaho $102,080
Virginia $101,280
Delaware $101,070
Texas $100,870
New Jersey $100,800
Pennsylvania $100,590
Rhode Island $100,570
Alabama $100,440
New York $100,350
Colorado $100,290
Oregon $100,160
Alaska $100,030

How do electrical engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Electrical engineers earn 6% less than similar careers in Oregon. On average, they make less than nuclear engineers but more than robotics engineers.

Career Median Salary
Nuclear engineer salary $149K
Sales engineer salary $111K
Product safety engineer salary $101K
Environmental engineer salary $101K
Water engineer salary $101K
Electrical engineer salary $100K
Mining and geological engineer salary $97K
Industrial engineer salary $99K
Engineer salary $96K
Robotics engineer salary $97K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)