Power engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Power engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Hawaii $98,150
Wyoming $98,060
Illinois $97,970
Montana $96,120
California $80,740
Alaska $79,780
District of Columbia $78,990
New York $78,610
Michigan $76,670
Indiana $76,460
Colorado $76,110
Massachusetts $75,800
Washington $73,860
Delaware $71,440
Maryland $63,650
Connecticut $63,590
Oklahoma $63,330
Missouri $63,270
Ohio $62,560
Florida $62,280
New Jersey $61,670
Minnesota $61,510
Pennsylvania $61,150
Rhode Island $61,150
Iowa $61,080
Arizona $60,910
Georgia $60,360
North Carolina $60,360
Oregon $60,360
New Hampshire $60,210
Kansas $60,110
Kentucky $60,110
Virginia $58,260
South Carolina $54,330
South Dakota $53,290
Utah $52,250
Maine $51,190
Tennessee $51,000
Idaho $50,470
North Dakota $50,200
Wisconsin $49,670
Nevada $49,640
Nebraska $48,700
New Mexico $48,400
West Virginia $48,390
Arkansas $48,360
Vermont $48,210
Mississippi $47,980
Texas $47,570
Alabama $40,580
Louisiana $39,460
Puerto Rico $37,350

How do power engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Power engineers earn about the same as related careers in Illinois. On average, they make less than water engineers but more than industrial engineering technicians.

Career Median Salary
Water engineer salary $81K
Environmental engineer salary $81K
Agricultural engineer salary $98K
Industrial engineer salary $84K
Mining and geological engineer salary $80K
Power engineer salary $98K
Ship engineer salary $79K
Geodesist salary $63K
Industrial engineering technician salary $62K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)