Job opportunities vary from state to state, and Installation, Maintenance and Repair careers are no different.
Because we know how difficult it can be to know which states are the best when it comes to Maintenance Engineer jobs, we decided to crunch some numbers to bring you the best states for Maintenance Engineers.
We wanted to look at where Maintenance Engineers have it the best -- where there are plenty of jobs to go around and people get paid what they deserve during every phase of their career.
In order to get you the best states for Maintenance Engineers, we looked at our data on jobs and wages -- specifically the average annual wage and the number of available jobs per capita.
a Maintenance Engineer will most commonly be promoted to Maintenance Technician.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent data helped us determine the ranking.
We ranked each of the 50 states from best to worst for Maintenance Engineers, to help you with your next career move.
Check out the complete ranking and a full description of our methodology below.
If you're interested, you can read more about the job scene here:
8. Rhode Island