Do you wonder which states in the U.S. are the best for Petroleum Engineers?
If so, we have the full list of best to worst states for Petroleum Engineer jobs for you to check out and see if you think it's time to move and start new.
Because not all states fare the same when it come to job opportunity and pay.
Our research found that District of Columbia is the best state for Petroleum Engineers, while Indiana and District of Columbia are ranked highest in terms of median salary.
District of Columbia has a median salary of $122,194 and Indiana has the highest median salary among all 50 states for Petroleum Engineers.
To do that, we looked at the most recent data we have available for the following criteria -- average annual wages, and availability of jobs for Petroleum Engineers.
Our research put Indiana at no. 1 on the list of best paying states for Petroleum Engineers. District of Columbia, New Jersey, and New Mexico also ranked high on our list.
We found that District of Columbia is the best state for Petroleum Engineers, and District of Columbia is also high in terms of median salary.
Our calculations are based on higher annual income for Petroleum Engineer jobs, and having plenty of job openings as well.
We also have the current list of job openings for Petroleum Engineers available below.
Curious to see how your state ranks? Here are the best states for Petroleum Engineers.
If you're interested, you can read more about the job scene here:
1. District of Columbia
4. New Mexico
5. New Jersey