Electrical engineers earn a median annual salary of $66,876 in 2018, according to a report released by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
That’s higher than the median annual pay of $61,900 for all college graduates.
But the difference is in part because the average salary for an electrical engineer is less than $45,000 a year, compared to the $59,000 for a law school graduate.
That means that a college graduate will earn about $16,000 more per year than an electrical engineering student.
What to know about electrical engineers The salary for a school-level electrical engineer can vary depending on how much training the school provides, the type of school the employee has, and other factors.
For example, the typical salary for college graduates is about $43,000, while the typical for law school graduates is more like $52,000.
A person with no training will usually be paid less than an electrician who has been working in the field for a while.
However, a law degree may help a candidate land a job in the electrical industry.
Some electrical engineering programs offer additional financial aid, and some employers may pay more for those students.
The report found that about one-third of electrical engineers surveyed had a bachelor’s degree or higher, and that half had at least a high school diploma.
A majority of those who had a high degree were female.
Women make up more than half of the U.S. population.
The median annual income for the country’s electrical engineering workforce is $59.60, and it’s nearly double that of other occupations.
The average salary of an electrical industry employee is $52.75, and the average of the nation’s highest-paid jobs is about 40 percent more than an engineering employee.
The salary of a college degree is more common than the average pay of electrical workers.
For the average electrical engineer, the median salary is about 80 percent higher than for an engineering student who is earning the same amount.
The earnings of an engineering school graduate are even higher than that of a law graduate.
An engineering school grad can earn $65,000 in annual earnings, while an engineering law graduate can earn up to $85,000 annually.
The typical earnings for electrical engineers with an associate’s degree are about $53,000 per year.
The salaries of electrical and mechanical engineering employees are similar to those of other professionals in their fields.
An electrical engineer with a bachelor of science degree can expect to earn about 75 percent more in earnings than an engineer with just a high-school diploma.
An electrician with an engineering degree can earn between $35,000 and $40,000 while a mechanical engineer with an undergraduate degree can be earning about $70,000 to $75,000 each year.
But an electrical contractor with a master’s degree can make $120,000 an year, according the report.
Electrical engineering is a career with a number of important perks, including healthcare coverage and a flexible work schedule.
An engineer who has a college education is eligible for job offers, so he or she should consider it.
But if you’re looking for a better paying job, you should also consider other fields, such as mechanical, electrical, computer science, and architecture.