Engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $108,160
Alabama $94,154
Arkansas $70,752
Arizona $85,561
California $72,675
Colorado $78,836
Connecticut $94,897
District of Columbia $113,026
Delaware $96,888
Florida $53,804
Georgia $74,877
Guam $60,898
Hawaii $84,631
Iowa $77,600
Idaho $87,218
Illinois $72,932
Indiana $73,063
Kansas $81,487
Kentucky $76,456
Louisiana $83,110
Massachusetts $56,383
Maryland $70,000
Maine $78,191
Michigan $89,773
Minnesota $88,162
Missouri $78,984
Mississippi $83,297
Montana $75,411
North Carolina $69,000
North Dakota $77,783
Nebraska $77,587
New Hampshire $85,690
New Jersey $64,740
New Mexico $94,908
Nevada $86,822
New York $62,882
Ohio $61,000
Oklahoma $83,899
Oregon $74,000
Pennsylvania $72,000
Puerto Rico $52,226
Rhode Island $89,170
South Carolina $82,298
South Dakota $75,705
Tennessee $80,453
Texas $68,726
Utah $83,670
Virginia $70,329
Vermont $79,485
Washington $95,538
Wisconsin $76,327
West Virginia $85,050
Wyoming $83,184

How do engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Engineers earn about the same as related careers in Oklahoma. On average, they make less than robotics engineers but more than water engineers.

Career Median Salary
Robotics engineer salary $92K
Nanotechnology engineer salary $92K
Product safety engineer salary $86K
Software engineer salary $81K
Aerospace engineer salary $84K
Engineer salary $84K
Industrial engineer salary $80K
Civil engineer salary $79K
Mechanical engineer salary $78K
Water engineer salary $67K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)