How much does a Project Engineer make in the United States?
Salaries by years of experience in the United States
Best-paid skills and qualifications for project engineers
The jobs requiring this certification have decrease by 61.42% since 2018. Project Engineers with this certification earn +20.39% more than the average base salary, which is $75,248 per year.
|Year||Number of job openings on Indeed requiring this certification||Change from previous year|
|2011||1||increase by 1|
|2012||1502||increase by 150100.00%|
|2013||4672||increase by 211.05%|
|2014||7280||increase by 55.82%|
|2015||2845||decrease by 60.92%|
|2016||2779||decrease by 2.32%|
|2017||1848||decrease by 33.50%|
|2018||9587||increase by 418.78%|
|2019||3699||decrease by 61.42%|
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More critical skills and qualifications that pay well
|Top field of study|
Electrical Engineering Degree
Mechanical Engineering Degree
58% of Project engineers in the United States think their salaries are enough for the cost of living in their area
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