Materials scientist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Materials scientist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Massachusetts $99,640
Michigan $99,610
New Jersey $99,360
North Carolina $99,340
West Virginia $97,110
Nebraska $94,930
Ohio $94,930
Florida $93,390
Kentucky $91,820
Missouri $86,610
Virginia $85,040
Pennsylvania $82,870
Georgia $82,680
Idaho $82,380
Iowa $82,350
Wisconsin $79,740
Tennessee $79,510
South Carolina $78,520
Alabama $76,720
Arizona $74,940
Maine $68,060
Texas $58,020
New Hampshire $167,050
New Mexico $137,240
Connecticut $130,400
Colorado $128,100
Delaware $127,110
New York $124,200
Nevada $116,090
Louisiana $113,540
Illinois $105,630
Indiana $105,410
Maryland $104,100
Utah $102,720
Oregon $101,920
Washington $101,920
Minnesota $101,900
California $100,260

How do materials scientist salaries compare to similar careers?

Materials scientists earn about the same as related careers in Texas. On average, they make less than environmental restoration planners but more than soil and water conservationists.

Career Median Salary
Environmental restoration planner salary $77K
Climate change analyst salary $77K
Cartographer salary $72K
Biochemist salary $60K
Geographer salary $64K
Materials scientist salary $58K
Geodesist salary $60K
Animal scientist salary $47K
Conservation scientist salary $60K
Soil and water conservationist salary $60K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)