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Average Salary For Environmental Engineer at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

$52,906 - $133,663
(Median)
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MEDIAN: $83,645
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Compare Employers: Environmental Engineer at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Arcadis, Inc.
Compensation
Salary
$51,004 - $134,891
$48,577 - $73,057
Bonus
$437.34 - $8,091
$321.03 - $8,904
Total Pay
$52,906 - $133,663
$48,701 - $74,947
   
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Vacation Weeks 3.4 Weeks 3.0 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
2 reporting
40%
3 reporting
60%
5 reporting
26%
14 reporting
74%
Years Experience Breakdown
10-19
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1-4
5-9
Popular Perks Casual dress, Paid sick leave, Flexible schedule 401(k), Stock purchase plan, Paid holidays & vacation

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