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 license have increase by 11.05% since 2018. Project Engineers with this license earn +8.04% more than the average base salary, which is $74,808 per year.
|Year||Number of job openings on Indeed requiring this license||Change from previous year|
|2011||4||increase by 4|
|2012||6112||increase by 152700.00%|
|2013||17915||increase by 193.11%|
|2014||23722||increase by 32.41%|
|2015||11724||decrease by 50.58%|
|2016||13823||increase by 17.90%|
|2017||12852||decrease by 7.02%|
|2018||18003||increase by 40.08%|
|2019||19993||increase by 11.05%|
Top companies hiring project engineers on Indeed
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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