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 20% less than similar careers in Maryland. On average, they make less than biomedical engineers but more than geodesists.

Career Median Salary
Biomedical engineer salary $102K
Water engineer salary $98K
Environmental engineer salary $98K
Agricultural engineer salary $89K
Civil engineer salary $82K
Power engineer salary $64K
Industrial engineering technician salary $61K
Locomotive engineer salary $64K
Geodesist salary $59K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)