Power engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Power engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $69,690
Alabama $47,180
Arkansas $46,220
Arizona $56,090
California $80,020
Colorado $58,050
Connecticut $62,680
District of Columbia $77,910
Delaware $66,320
Florida $53,890
Georgia $58,040
Hawaii $73,570
Iowa $55,400
Idaho $49,930
Illinois $81,650
Indiana $52,900
Kansas $53,150
Kentucky $35,070
Louisiana $45,730
Massachusetts $61,150
Maryland $60,250
Maine $46,730
Michigan $65,590
Minnesota $59,380
Missouri $49,640
Mississippi $48,280
Montana $48,490
North Carolina $39,960
North Dakota $51,820
Nebraska $48,260
New Hampshire $58,870
New Jersey $59,030
New Mexico $47,750
Nevada $60,610
New York $70,890
Ohio $57,560
Oklahoma $56,210
Oregon $60,660
Pennsylvania $56,060
Puerto Rico $39,560
Rhode Island $55,690
South Carolina $46,220
South Dakota $46,860
Tennessee $55,610
Texas $40,080
Utah $58,820
Virginia $51,230
Vermont $43,730
Washington $68,670
Wisconsin $56,360
West Virginia $49,800
Wyoming $61,910

How do power engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Power engineers earn 8% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than civil engineers but more than industrial engineering technicians.

Career Median Salary
Civil engineer salary $76K
Ship engineer salary $75K
Mechanical engineer salary $72K
Locomotive engineer salary $67K
Geodesist salary $63K
Power engineer salary $62K
Industrial engineering technician salary $57K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)