Water engineer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Water engineer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New Mexico $99,750
Massachusetts $99,280
South Dakota $98,870
Ohio $98,830
New Jersey $98,700
Maryland $97,890
Virginia $97,410
Pennsylvania $95,630
Minnesota $95,580
Arizona $93,970
New York $92,950
Nevada $92,400
Rhode Island $85,200
Delaware $84,480
Colorado $83,950
Oklahoma $83,050
North Dakota $81,950
Nebraska $81,620
Illinois $80,840
Florida $80,560
Louisiana $80,350
Wisconsin $80,140
Wyoming $80,140
Alabama $79,890
Arkansas $79,890
Maine $79,710
Indiana $79,670
Iowa $79,640
Michigan $79,640
Kansas $78,210
Vermont $78,060
North Carolina $77,960
Montana $77,560
West Virginia $77,560
Georgia $77,480
Puerto Rico $77,430
Missouri $76,940
Utah $76,650
South Carolina $70,970
Kentucky $67,560
Mississippi $61,040
California $113,250
Hawaii $106,100
Texas $104,190
District of Columbia $103,690
Alaska $102,110
Washington $101,650
Oregon $101,030
Tennessee $100,920
Connecticut $100,580
New Hampshire $100,290
Idaho $100,110

How do water engineer salaries compare to similar careers?

Water engineers earn 6% less than similar careers in New Hampshire. On average, they make less than nuclear engineers but more than mechatronics engineers.

Career Median Salary
Nuclear engineer salary $128K
Sales engineer salary $123K
Product safety engineer salary $127K
Electrical engineer salary $108K
Environmental engineer salary $100K
Water engineer salary $100K
Engineer salary $97K
Wind energy engineer salary $92K
Mechatronics engineer salary $92K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)