Power Plant Engineer Salary Expectations

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What can I expect from my power plant engineer salary throughout my career?

Power Plant Engineer Salary Expectations

One necessary but often overlooked issue in the power plant industry is the question of salary. You've come this far, received a degree in engineering, so it's only natural to want to know what to expect to earn throughout your career. There are several factors that determine exactly what your power plant engineer salary will be, such as whether you work for a government agency or a private firm, and the number of years of your power plant career.

Generally, first year power plant engineers can expect around $57K right out of college. This is considered very high for a first year college graduate. In the one to four years experience range, salaries fall around $60K, reaching up to $65K in the five to nine year range. After ten to nineteen years, you can expect up to $77K, or for the more experienced, up to $84K.



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