Engineering Manager Salary

engineering-manager-salary-chart-template.jpgEngineering managers coordinate, direct, and plan research development in the field of engineering.

Salary

The average annual salary of engineering managers is $133,240. The bottom 10% earns at most $80,300 while the top 10% earns at least $187,199 yearly. The median salary is $124,870 annually.

The best industries for employment are architectural, engineering, and related services (43,450 employed at $132,690 annually on average); semiconductor and other electronic component manufacturing (9,660 employed; $144,070); and scientific research and development services (9,400 employed; $149,110 annually). The top paying industry is computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing ($152,900 annually on average).

The top three paying states are Alaska ($163,470 average), Texas ($159,450), and California ($155,680).

Job Outlook

The job outlook of engineering managers is expected to increase by 7% between 2012 and 2022. This projection is slower than average.

Engineering Manager Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $79,050 $117,090 $165,500 $119,990
Alaska $101,330 $144,220 NA $163,470
Arizona $79,730 $122,840 $184,530 $128,380
Arkansas $65,300 $95,980 $144,710 $101,760
California $94,040 $146,900 NA $155,680
Colorado $94,580 $136,440 NA $144,160
Connecticut $81,760 $120,640 $168,830 $124,340
Delaware $102,840 $138,550 $187,140 $142,590
Florida $70,240 $112,810 $168,980 $116,820
Georgia $73,690 $114,090 $185,610 $123,900
Hawaii $79,280 $111,240 $151,570 $115,130
Idaho $71,240 $123,100 $183,480 $126,470
Illinois $72,730 $113,620 $176,670 $119,700
Indiana $72,280 $102,560 $148,960 $106,900
Iowa $73,130 $105,960 $140,960 $105,590
Kansas $74,810 $116,170 $174,030 $120,550
Kentucky $57,510 $94,700 $147,380 $99,850
Louisiana $67,700 $125,580 NA $136,660
Maine $78,830 $110,060 $147,180 $110,190
Maryland $87,980 $133,330 $181,390 $135,690
Massachusetts $90,780 $137,000 NA $146,110
Michigan $77,590 $109,700 $156,010 $113,120
Minnesota $81,110 $117,830 $187,100 $128,130
Mississippi $60,100 $107,780 $150,580 $108,870
Missouri $73,040 $114,100 $163,960 $116,580
Montana $68,950 $94,310 $143,330 $101,410
Nebraska $78,200 $111,970 $180,270 $120,170
Nevada $79,710 $121,710 $186,040 $128,460
New Hampshire $84,790 $124,120 $184,570 $131,940
New Jersey $96,570 $134,120 $185,610 $138,100
New Mexico $88,910 $133,010 $182,130 $134,240
New York $85,780 $127,230 NA $136,130
North Carolina $80,630 $112,970 $170,000 $119,510
North Dakota $66,330 $95,400 $142,510 $99,550
Ohio $76,570 $112,320 $165,770 $116,880
Oklahoma $68,340 $105,950 $152,550 $111,770
Oregon $87,520 $128,210 $181,990 $132,590
Pennsylvania $83,430 $128,560 NA $135,770
Rhode Island $90,690 $115,120 $172,870 $123,400
South Carolina $67,140 $106,950 $163,000 $110,710
South Dakota $76,210 $109,450 $152,070 $112,690
Tennessee $62,570 $100,560 $150,730 $105,000
Texas $87,830 $144,330 NA $159,450
Utah $76,610 $111,220 $153,070 $113,680
Virginia $87,640 $132,220 $185,370 $136,090
Washington $93,250 $129,970 $179,590 $132,530
West Virginia $59,160 $106,210 $148,200 $103,600
Wisconsin $70,170 $102,300 $147,570 $105,760
Wyoming $84,830 $104,570 $153,310 $112,330