Engineer Salary By State

Google Trend graphs reveal that the search trend growth for Engineers is pretty consistent with the most active interest happening in the beginning of 2005. Engineer searches started to see an increase in 2013 and continued their climb into 2015 with a strong growth. The dotted lines let us see what Google predicts in terms of search interest growth into 2016 which shows a stable trend with a slight dip.Engineer Search Trend

 

Engineer Salary Information For 2015

This table displays Engineer Salaries By State so that people can compare how much an Engineer makes in a specific state. This comparison engine will help people easily identify the best salaries for Engineers.
CareerStateSalaryPercentData Year
Engineer Alabama$91,0001% higher2015
Engineer Alaska$66,00026% lower2015
Engineer American Samoa$108,00020% higher2015
Engineer Arizona$74,00018% lower2015
Engineer Arkansas$92,0002% higher2015
Engineer California$97,0007% higher2015
Engineer Colorado$80,00011% lower2015
Engineer Connecticut$104,00015% higher2015
Engineer Delaware$79,00012% lower2015
Engineer Florida$84,0007% lower2015
Engineer Georgia$103,00014% higher2015
Engineer Guam$82,0009% lower2015
Engineer Hawaii$56,00038% lower2015
Engineer Idaho$59,00034% lower2015
Engineer Illinois$102,00013% higher2015
Engineer Indiana$86,0004% lower2015
Engineer Iowa$88,0002% lower2015
Engineer Kansas$82,0009% lower2015
Engineer Kentucky$78,00014% lower2015
Engineer Louisiana$81,00011% lower2015
Engineer Maine$80,00012% lower2015
Engineer Maryland$93,0003% higher2015
Engineer Massachusetts$108,00020% higher2015
Engineer Michigan$91,0001% higher2015
Engineer Minnesota$79,00013% lower2015
Engineer Mississippi$94,0005% higher2015
Engineer Missouri$89,0002% lower2015
Engineer Montana$75,00017% lower2015
Engineer Nebraska$66,00027% lower2015
Engineer Nevada$69,00024% lower2015
Engineer New Hampshire$89,0001% lower2015
Engineer New Jersey$97,0008% higher2015
Engineer New Mexico$79,00013% lower2015
Engineer New York$109,00021% higher2015
Engineer North Carolina$86,0005% lower2015
Engineer North Dakota$80,00011% lower2015
Engineer Ohio$86,0004% lower2015
Engineer Oklahoma$83,0008% lower2015
Engineer Oregon$87,0003% lower2015
Engineer Pennsylvania$87,0004% lower2015
Engineer Puerto Rico$87,0003% lower2015
Engineer Rhode Island$82,0009% lower2015
Engineer South Carolina$89,0001% lower2015
Engineer South Dakota$68,00025% lower2015
Engineer Tennessee$84,0007% lower2015
Engineer Texas$87,0003% lower2015
Engineer Utah$70,00022% lower2015
Engineer Vermont$80,00012% lower2015
Engineer Virgin Islands$92,0002% higher2015
Engineer Virginia$91,0001% higher2015
Engineer Washington DC$113,00025% higher2015
Engineer Washington$93,0003% higher2015
Engineer West Virginia$85,0006% lower2015
Engineer Wisconsin$80,00011% lower2015
Engineer Wyoming$74,00017% lower2015