The average salary for a mining and geological engineer in Michigan is around $60,750 per year.
Mining and geological engineers earn an average yearly salary of $60,750.
Wages typically start from $48,120 and go up to $97,090.
9% above national average Updated in 2021
Mining and geological engineer earnings by seniority
Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.
Mining and geological engineer salary by state
|State Name||Average Salary|
How do mining and geological engineer salaries compare to similar careers?
Mining and geological engineers earn about the same as related careers in Michigan. On average, they make less than industrial engineers but more than locomotive engineers.
|Industrial engineer salary||$80K|
|Product safety engineer salary||$78K|
|Civil engineer salary||$77K|
|Aerospace engineer salary||$78K|
|Ship engineer salary||$76K|
|Mining and geological engineer salary||$61K|
|Power engineer salary||$77K|
|Industrial engineering technician salary||$60K|
|Locomotive engineer salary||$49K|
Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)