Electrical engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Electrical engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $111,100
Alabama $92,787
Arkansas $79,490
Arizona $100,830
California $110,190
Colorado $97,400
Connecticut $94,960
District of Columbia $115,560
Delaware $105,430
Florida $90,660
Georgia $84,740
Guam $62,280
Hawaii $91,070
Iowa $85,670
Idaho $91,720
Illinois $92,271
Indiana $84,385
Kansas $90,880
Kentucky $87,079
Louisiana $91,000
Massachusetts $113,270
Maryland $105,680
Maine $85,080
Michigan $88,930
Minnesota $95,380
Missouri $91,960
Mississippi $89,780
Montana $88,570
North Carolina $91,680
North Dakota $88,350
Nebraska $91,010
New Hampshire $103,860
New Jersey $108,470
New Mexico $111,910
Nevada $89,300
New York $99,410
Ohio $83,790
Oklahoma $95,860
Oregon $88,880
Pennsylvania $87,228
Puerto Rico $51,490
Rhode Island $105,400
South Carolina $87,070
South Dakota $81,120
Tennessee $90,930
Texas $99,670
Utah $91,460
Virginia $104,310
Vermont $101,290
Washington $111,730
Wisconsin $82,680
West Virginia $88,990
Wyoming $92,100

How do electrical engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Electrical engineers earn 24% more than similar careers in Vermont.

Career Median Salary
Software engineer salary $95K
Biomedical engineer salary $86K
Mechanical engineer salary $87K
Computer network architect salary $79K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)