Late-Career Project Manager, Engineering Salary
Late-Career Engineering Project Managers see excellent average salaries — about $106K annually. Cash earnings for Late-Career Engineering Project Managers — which occasionally include more than $25K from bonuses and more than $14K from profit sharing — stretch from around $72K to approximately $166K. Geography is the biggest factor affecting pay for this group, followed by the specific employer. Job satisfaction is high and work is enjoyable for most Late-Career Engineering Project Managers. Most enjoy medical while a strong majority get dental coverage. Vision coverage is also available to a majority. Figures cited in this summary are based on replies to PayScale's salary questionnaire.
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Many Late-Career Engineering Project Managers can be found at The Boeing Company, CH2M Hill, Chevron Corporation, Jacobs Engineering Group Inc, and Siemens, firms that are at the top of the field. Fluor Corporation offers the largest salaries in town — $192K on average.
With a median salary of only $114K (69 percent less than the top paying company), The Boeing Company lags significantly in the earnings department.
Pay Difference by Location
Home to some of the best pay for Late-Career Engineering Project Managers, San Jose offers exceptional salaries, 53 percent above the national average. Late-Career Engineering Project Managers can also look forward to large paychecks in cities like Houston (+41 percent), Seattle (+14 percent), Denver (+11 percent), and Boston (+10 percent). Location is a huge contributor to overall pay, with Late-Career Engineering Project Managers in Charlotte earning a whopping 25 percent below the national average. Employers also pay below the national average in Atlanta (13 percent lower) and St. Louis (8 percent lower).