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 10% more than similar careers in South Dakota. On average, they make more than robotics engineers.

Career Median Salary
Water engineer salary $92K
Environmental engineer salary $92K
Electrical engineer salary $81K
Wind energy engineer salary $86K
Robotics engineer salary $86K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)