Water engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Water engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $107,400
Alabama $79,470
Arkansas $88,970
Arizona $73,760
California $102,920
Colorado $92,270
Connecticut $87,710
District of Columbia $100,360
Delaware $72,520
Florida $71,980
Georgia $74,300
Hawaii $92,840
Iowa $78,190
Idaho $95,530
Illinois $90,300
Indiana $74,970
Kansas $85,400
Kentucky $75,540
Louisiana $104,850
Massachusetts $84,920
Maryland $96,100
Maine $70,840
Michigan $86,770
Minnesota $73,020
Missouri $64,440
Mississippi $65,520
Montana $81,310
North Carolina $74,900
North Dakota $71,870
Nebraska $92,940
New Hampshire $92,440
New Jersey $84,940
New Mexico $86,870
Nevada $92,400
New York $83,360
Ohio $84,790
Oklahoma $70,220
Oregon $91,660
Pennsylvania $85,690
Puerto Rico $57,650
Rhode Island $88,140
South Carolina $71,420
South Dakota $92,190
Tennessee $83,750
Texas $95,780
Utah $73,770
Virginia $83,810
Vermont $83,990
Washington $99,300
Wisconsin $75,850
West Virginia $70,430
Wyoming $82,930

How do water engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Water engineers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than marine engineers but more than civil engineers.

Career Median Salary
Marine engineer salary $92K
Agricultural engineer salary $81K
Mining and geological engineer salary $91K
Biomedical engineer salary $88K
Product safety engineer salary $91K
Environmental engineer salary $89K
Water engineer salary $89K
Industrial engineer salary $86K
Engineer salary $78K
Civil engineer salary $76K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)