Electronics Engineer Salary

electronics-engineer-salary-chart-template.jpgElectronics engineers use knowledge of electronic theories and materials science to develop, design, and test electrical systems and components for scientific, military, industrial, and commercial sectors. Projects include telecommunications, controls, instruments, acoustics, or aerospace guidance and propulsion control.

Salary

The annual salary for electronics engineers is on average $95,250; the median is $91,820. The top 10% earns $141,190, and the bottom 10% earns $58,470. The best industries for employment are the federal executive branch (17,090 employed; $102,220 average); architectural, engineering, and related services (15,820; $102,220); and wired telecommunications carriers (15,310; $83,470).

The top three paying states are the District of Columbia ($112,770), Rhode Island ($110,190), and Massachusetts ($109,050).

Job Outlook

The job outlook of electronics engineers is expected to be 3% from 2012-2022; much slower than average.

Electronics Engineer Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $62,770 $93,990 $145,130 $97,820
Alaska $79,510 $93,460 $139,380 $100,080
Arizona $57,020 $87,300 $127,680 $88,610
Arkansas $52,840 $69,770 $92,190 $70,920
California $65,040 $104,910 $155,490 $107,450
Colorado $54,250 $87,020 $137,940 $91,140
Connecticut $54,320 $85,270 $118,710 $85,560
Florida $55,840 $82,560 $117,220 $84,480
Georgia $54,030 $82,560 $115,650 $84,110
Hawaii $66,360 $94,650 $115,190 $93,900
Illinois $44,010 $78,960 $120,510 $81,280
Indiana $55,840 $84,690 $112,980 $85,620
Iowa $48,190 $72,700 $107,570 $74,640
Kansas $58,650 $81,290 $119,030 $84,260
Kentucky $53,750 $82,080 $113,350 $82,160
Louisiana $53,800 $79,430 $122,380 $84,260
Maine $63,080 $90,020 $132,560 $92,780
Maryland $63,340 $106,830 $148,640 $104,780
Massachusetts $65,690 $106,530 $160,730 $109,050
Michigan $55,730 $80,510 $114,700 $81,910
Minnesota $50,660 $78,340 $118,530 $81,840
Mississippi $51,620 $72,480 $111,250 $77,370
Missouri $47,790 $81,690 $124,040 $84,030
Montana $49,440 $68,010 $92,210 $68,550
Nebraska $50,070 $75,020 $105,060 $75,160
Nevada $59,330 $85,010 $117,420 $86,880
New Hampshire $58,680 $86,520 $141,950 $93,160
New Jersey $67,120 $104,550 $145,810 $104,580
New Mexico $68,820 $97,450 $137,360 $98,730
New York $58,140 $87,610 $130,540 $90,560
North Carolina $55,190 $85,040 $118,580 $87,680
North Dakota $43,010 $67,750 $92,630 $67,220
Ohio $56,030 $87,010 $127,140 $88,260
Oklahoma $54,030 $87,160 $106,370 $84,690
Oregon $68,380 $97,310 $148,490 $102,290
Pennsylvania $52,120 $90,710 $137,590 $91,960
Rhode Island $73,160 $112,510 $148,690 $110,190
South Carolina $55,610 $85,390 $115,620 $86,160
South Dakota $48,350 $64,600 $88,620 $65,560
Tennessee $56,160 $79,290 $108,090 $79,830
Texas $60,360 $89,830 $139,980 $94,000
Utah $56,800 $84,860 $113,750 $87,980
Vermont $53,370 $87,000 $139,640 $94,020
Virginia $59,800 $97,760 $142,850 $98,360
Washington $65,230 $96,590 $140,730 $99,130
West Virginia $50,650 $85,500 $137,050 $88,070
Wisconsin $50,550 $76,150 $113,380 $78,760
Wyoming $52,290 $68,650 $90,740 $69,230