Engineering Teacher Salary

engineering-teacher-salary-chart-template.jpgPostsecondary engineer teachers teach classes on principles of engineering, including subjects such as applied physics and mechanical, civil, electrical, petroleum, mineral, chemical, and industrial engineering.

Salary

The average annual salary of engineering teachers is $100,100. The lowest 10% of engineer teachers earns at most $50,770 annually. The highest 10% earns at least $159,170 annually. The median salary is $92,670 yearly.

The best industries for employment are colleges, universities, and professional schools (29,600 employed; $102,930 average); junior colleges (4,240 employed; $81,010 annually); and technical and trade schools (40 employed; $52,730). The best paying industry is: colleges, universities, and professional schools.

The top three paying states are Maryland ($120,430), Oregon ($117,080), and California ($115,500).

Job Outlook

The job outlook of postsecondary engineering teachers is expected to increase 12% between 2012 and 2022.

Engineering Teacher Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $48,380 $94,200 $164,340 $103,440
Arizona $57,770 $98,250 $152,840 $103,870
Arkansas $51,410 $75,130 $112,200 $78,960
California $58,470 $111,350 $178,230 $115,500
Colorado $40,470 $85,960 $151,650 $91,830
Connecticut $43,690 $80,590 $141,270 $87,780
Florida $59,160 $108,720 $164,260 $109,350
Georgia $54,470 $89,470 $180,570 $106,360
Idaho $36,680 $76,780 $121,940 $78,940
Illinois $47,660 $91,990 $171,030 $101,330
Indiana $53,050 $94,630 $165,040 $103,390
Kansas $54,420 $89,130 $143,690 $94,130
Kentucky $63,030 $91,810 $141,920 $98,180
Maine $52,330 $84,540 $135,000 $89,250
Maryland $59,580 $109,120 NA $120,430
Massachusetts $57,810 $104,720 $158,630 $107,340
Michigan $62,030 $87,050 $121,580 $89,530
Minnesota $59,950 $105,610 $168,040 $110,400
Mississippi $36,820 $74,680 $116,260 $76,160
Missouri $44,910 $80,140 $134,630 $85,290
Nebraska $46,880 $85,780 $156,670 $93,690
New Hampshire $73,110 $114,020 $159,440 $113,370
New Jersey $51,250 $93,360 $158,100 $97,060
New York $51,510 $88,880 $159,170 $98,570
North Carolina $49,990 $81,350 $144,860 $89,420
North Dakota $62,700 $81,970 $108,330 $82,150
Ohio $38,070 $86,590 $148,350 $91,460
Oklahoma $43,070 $73,080 $99,400 $73,350
Oregon $67,870 $115,540 $170,810 $117,080
Pennsylvania $58,540 $110,770 $180,080 $114,980
Rhode Island $50,850 $94,730 $149,400 $103,200
Tennessee $34,300 $74,570 $128,770 $80,870
Texas $55,100 $99,510 $172,560 $108,070
Utah $61,010 $92,160 $140,540 $98,030
Virginia $40,250 $88,090 $145,850 $92,510
Washington $45,500 $92,320 $153,600 $98,220
West Virginia $23,480 $83,520 $145,370 $87,640
Wisconsin $40,850 $76,780 $141,700 $82,750
Wyoming $52,670 $84,180 $130,900 $86,920