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Mining and Geological Engineers in New York

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Mining and Geological Engineers in New York

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$82,990 Median Salary
  • Mining and Geological Engineers in New York earn higher salaries than the typical U.S. wage earner.

How Many Mining and Geological Engineers Work in New York?

110 people worked as Mining and Geological Engineers in 2018 in this state.

There were 110 Mining and Geological Engineers employed in this state in 2017.

The amount of jobs between 2017 and 2018 is holding steady.

Mining and Geological Engineers in NY Employment Trend

The typical state has 140 Mining and Geological Engineers working in it, which means New York has fewer Mining and Geological Engineers than average.

Mining and Geological Engineers in NY vs. the Average State

What do Mining and Geological Engineers Make in New York?

In 2018 wages for Mining and Geological Engineers ranged from $66,820 to $129,910 with $82,990 being the median annual salary.

Broken down to an hourly rate, workers in this field made anywhere from $32.13 to $62.45. The median hourly rate was $39.9.

In 2017 the median pay for this field was $38.87 an hour.

The hourly rate grew by $1.03.

The median salary in New York is higher than the nationwide median salary.

Mining and Geological Engineers Earnings: NY vs. National Average

Top New York Metros for Mining and Geological Engineers

The table below shows some of the metros in this state with the most Mining and Geological Engineers.

Metro Number Employed Annual Median Salary
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA 90 $83,100

Top States for Mining and Geological Engineers Employment

The table below shows the states where most Mining and Geological Engineers work.

State Number Employed Annual Median Salary
California 500 $134,880
Colorado 440 $98,920
Arizona 410 $83,780
Pennsylvania 360 $89,610
Nevada 350 $82,520
Utah 340 $84,470
Oklahoma 270 $0
New Mexico 240 $132,160
Alabama 180 $91,510
Ohio 170 $84,760
Kentucky 150 $93,130
Florida 150 $114,410
Wyoming 150 $90,470
Alaska 130 $112,240
West Virginia 110 $75,820
Virginia 110 $0
New York 110 $82,990
Michigan 100 $71,710
Montana 100 $0
Illinois 90 $91,660

Below are the states where Mining and Geological Engineers get paid the most:

State Annual Median Salary
California $134,880
New Mexico $132,160
Florida $114,410
Alaska $112,240
Colorado $98,920
Minnesota $98,170
Kentucky $93,130
Illinois $91,660
Alabama $91,510
Wyoming $90,470

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