Geological Engineers in America make an average salary of $91,310 per year or $43.9 per hour.If you are in the top 10 percent, you will make over $160,000; however, if you are in the bottom 10 percent, you will earn less than $51,000 per year.The top 5 states when it comes to Geological Engineer salaries are New Mexico, District of Columbia, Alaska, California, and North Dakota.The typical employment in the position spans 4.0 years.
Across America, Geological Engineers make on average $91,310 annually or $43.9 hourly.The top city when it comes to Geological Engineer salaries is Washington, DC at $113,657 per year.Not only that, Washington, DC also has an average entry-level salary of $76,000.New Mexico, District of Columbia, Alaska, California, and North Dakota are the states with the highest payscale for Geological Engineers.North Carolina, Indiana, Mississippi, West Virginia, and Tennessee are the lowest earners.
Geological Engineers can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others.Noble Energy and Kiewit are the best paying companies for Geological Engineers.In addition, companies like GHSP and Norwest Venture Capital Management report highly competitive salaries for Geological Engineers.
Wages for Geological Engineers can differ based on the industry they work in.Our data shows that Automotive companies, Manufacturing companies, and Non Profits companies tend to have the highest salaries for Geological Engineers.Automotive companies pay their Geological Engineers the highest wages, averaging $102,200 per year. Manufacturing companies and Non Profits companies pay well too, at $101,383 and $101,062, respectively.At $85,848, the average salary for Geological Engineers in the Construction industry is lower than other industries.