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Highest Paying States for Agricultural Engineers

The highest paying states for agricultural engineers (ranked by average annual salary) are listed in Table 1. The entry level salary (as measured by the salary of the lowest 10% paid earners) and the number of employment of agricultural engineers in those states are also shown in the table. As shown in the table, with an annual salary of $108,500, North Carolina is the highest paying state for agricultural engineers. It is followed by Iowa (average annual salary $88,840). The salary and employment information is computed from data published by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) in April 2017 [1]. For more salary information of agricultural engineers in a specific state, use the links in the table.

Table 1. Highest Paying States for Agricultural Engineers

Rank State Average Salary i Entry Level
Salary i
# of
Empl. i
1 North Carolina
$108,500
$53,970 40
2 Iowa
$88,840
$62,000 150
3 Washington
$88,140
$71,080 90
4 Missouri
$82,390
$57,420 30
5 Illinois
$79,540
$45,520 40
6 California
$79,370
$61,590 370
7 Tennessee
$78,570
$63,140 0
8 Wisconsin
$77,070
$56,760 60
9 Colorado
$77,020
$39,850 30
10 Indiana
$76,920
$55,670 70
11 Kansas
$75,740
$56,650 30
12 Ohio
$75,490
$48,390 90
13 Virginia
$74,100
$52,910 160
14 South Carolina
$71,610
$28,470 0
15 North Dakota
$67,550
$46,460 40
16 Texas
$64,780
$36,740 100
17 Pennsylvania
$63,200
$45,120 90
18 Georgia
$59,320
$45,630 100
19 South Dakota
$58,240
$36,240 30
20 Idaho
$53,510
$41,140 30
21 Puerto Rico
$45,120
$26,030 50
22 Florida
$44,010
$33,360 140

Note: some states are missing from this table because the median salary information of agricultural engineers in those states is not available at this time.

See also: Highest paying industries for agricultural engineers, Top Paying Jobs in America.