Average Early-Career Electrical Engineer with C++ Programming Language Skills Salary in Phoenix, Arizona

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The average salary for an Early-Career Electrical Engineer with C++ Programming Language skills in Phoenix, Arizona is $68,400.
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What Do Electrical Engineers Do?

Electrical Engineer Tasks
  • Design, maintain, implement, and improve electrical instruments and equipment.
  • Supervise and train project staff as needed.
  • Inspect completed projects to ensure conformance with design standards.
  • Apply principles of electrical theory to engineering projects.

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What Are Popular Skills for Electrical Engineers?

Skills in Engineering Design, Project Management, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Office are correlated to pay that is above average. Skills that pay less than market rate include Autodesk AutoCAD.
Employees with Electrical Engineer in their job title in San Diego, California earn an average of 22.8% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Los Angeles, California (13.0% more) and Tucson, Arizona (11.1% more). The lowest salaries can be found in Salt Lake City, Utah (5.9% less) and St. Louis, Missouri (1.6% less).