Civil Engineering Technician Salary

civil-engineering-technician-salary-chart.jpgA civil engineer technician works under the direct surveillance of physical scientists and engineers. Civil engineering technicians prepare technical drawings, inspect the project site, respond to public complaints and help design construction projects like highways, bridges or other major infrastructure plans.

Salary

Civil engineering technicians earn $49,220 a year on average. The state where civil engineering technicians make the most money is Connecticut. Here, they earn about $66,520 per year on average. Next one on the highest average income list for this job category is California ($62,840), Alaska ($61,100), and Oregon ($58,230).

The states with the highest employment level in this sector are Texas (10,820 hired civil engineering technicians), California (6,540), North Carolina (3,530), Florida (3,230) and Virginia (2,740).

Job Outlook

From 2012 to 2022, the employment of civil engineering technicians is predicted to show insignificant change: a 1% increase.

Civil Engineering Technician Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $23,050 $38,080 $66,770 $42,080
Alaska $39,040 $56,080 $91,610 $61,100
Arizona $32,380 $49,670 $70,960 $50,140
Arkansas $22,100 $39,140 $59,700 $39,910
California $40,520 $63,000 $86,290 $62,840
Colorado $35,950 $54,550 $72,960 $54,450
Connecticut $40,580 $63,880 $91,890 $66,520
Delaware $28,750 $37,580 $56,270 $40,570
Florida $24,820 $45,050 $71,580 $46,710
Georgia $28,160 $48,170 $71,430 $48,520
Hawaii $31,630 $38,660 $57,120 $41,470
Idaho $33,650 $46,430 $67,110 $48,510
Illinois $33,010 $53,060 $84,860 $55,500
Indiana $32,700 $45,050 $67,520 $47,170
Iowa $32,130 $51,400 $68,610 $50,880
Kansas $31,620 $45,540 $76,900 $50,790
Kentucky $31,440 $44,090 $62,950 $45,730
Louisiana $26,820 $43,240 $67,180 $45,520
Maine $35,170 $45,490 $61,390 $48,370
Maryland $31,310 $47,680 $70,810 $48,660
Massachusetts $32,550 $45,870 $72,020 $49,260
Michigan $28,310 $45,140 $59,580 $44,360
Minnesota $42,330 $54,950 $72,590 $57,280
Mississippi $22,190 $32,890 $47,200 $33,940
Missouri $29,160 $38,990 $59,670 $42,470
Montana $27,860 $43,270 $57,090 $42,930
Nebraska $30,220 $42,920 $65,560 $44,690
Nevada $33,900 $54,610 $77,920 $55,100
New Hampshire $36,010 $53,000 $67,810 $51,860
New Jersey $22,270 $48,580 $74,160 $48,350
New Mexico $29,460 $38,560 $62,320 $42,680
New York $35,760 $55,690 $83,410 $56,990
North Carolina $30,890 $44,570 $58,590 $44,730
North Dakota $31,160 $42,420 $57,410 $43,340
Ohio $32,070 $50,190 $71,380 $50,400
Oklahoma $22,700 $46,790 $64,130 $44,160
Oregon $41,660 $58,240 $75,090 $58,230
Pennsylvania $32,150 $48,060 $68,800 $48,870
Rhode Island $34,580 $51,010 $68,380 $50,430
South Carolina $30,450 $45,540 $73,250 $48,430
South Dakota $29,030 $36,330 $47,190 $37,060
Tennessee $29,290 $44,410 $67,770 $46,180
Texas $28,500 $40,840 $61,480 $43,900
Utah $29,460 $44,090 $59,390 $44,040
Vermont $34,870 $48,420 $60,860 $48,260
Virginia $28,340 $44,900 $68,410 $46,530
Washington $41,390 $55,680 $72,910 $55,710
West Virginia $23,680 $40,620 $62,770 $41,710
Wisconsin $31,630 $47,460 $63,630 $47,070
Wyoming $33,090 $43,500 $55,760 $44,070