Biomedical Engineer State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Biomedical Engineers.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $30.48 in Oklahoma to a high of $51.66 in Minnesota.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of a Biomedical Engineer.

Some typical factors include: 

Supply and demand 
Union representation (States that have higher union activity earn an average of 20% more in pay and benefits for all employees)

Cost of living 
Healthcare reimbursement rates 

To see the complete job description for a Biomedical Engineer click here. 

STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Alabama 70 41.25 85,810
Arizona 490 42.90 89,240
California 5,420 51.15 106,390
Colorado 330 45.25 94,120
Connecticut 70 44.63 92,830
District of Columbia 40 39.72 82,620
Florida 800 37.06 77,080
Georgia 130 40.66 84,580
Illinois 180 39.07 81,260
Indiana 900 31.47 65,460
Iowa 40 41.85 87,050
Kentucky 150 33.82 70,340
Maine 120 42.65 88,710
Maryland 650 42.73 88,880
Massachusetts 1,750 46.42 96,560
Michigan 200 34.95 72,690
Minnesota 1,040 51.66 107,450
Missouri 70 37.76 78,530


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 75 44.47 92,490
Nebraska 40 33.62 69,940
New Hampshire 110 43.08 89,610
New Jersey 510 50.76 105,570
New Mexico 70 49.14 102,210
New York 490 40.57 84,380
North Carolina 430 42.77 88,970
Ohio 570 40.17 83,560
Oklahoma 120 30.48 63,390
Oregon 120 44.47 92,490
Pennsylvania 1,210 40.66 84,570
South Carolina 110 36.62 76,160
Tennessee 370 40.79 84,850
Texas 1,240 49.95 103,900
Utah 440 43.79 91,080
Virginia 530 48.33 100,520
Washington 360 38.18 79,410
West Virginia 30 33.68 70,060
Wisconsin 210 37.24 77,470
Wyoming 75 37.76 78,530




Didn't find what you were looking for?  Try Google Custom Search: