Average Mid-Career Project Engineer with Microsoft Office Skills Salary in Washington, District of Columbia

$88,730
Avg. SalaryShow Hourly Rate
$9,250
Bonus
$2,500
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The average salary for a Mid-Career Project Engineer with Microsoft Office skills in Washington, District of Columbia is $88,730.
10%
$49k
MEDIAN
$89k
90%
$116k
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Salary
$49k - $116k
Bonus
$201 - $22k
Profit Sharing
$0 - $3k
Total Pay
$57k - $137k

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Popular Skills for Project Engineer

Skills that pay less than market rate include Construction Estimating, Autodesk AutoCAD, Engineering Design and Project Management.

Pay by Experience Level for Project Engineer

An entry-level Project Engineer with less than 1 year experience can expect to earn an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of $62,355 based on 11 salaries. An early career Project Engineer with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $64,257 based on 36 salaries. An experienced Project Engineer with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $90,287 based on 6 salaries. In their late career (20 years and higher), employees earn an average total compensation of $93,415.
Employees with .NET Software Developer / Programmer in these locations earn less than the national average. The lowest salaries can be found in Dallas, Texas (20.8% less), Los Angeles, California (15.4% less) and San Diego, California (15.2% less).

Years of Experience

This data is based on 59 survey responses.
Entry Level
18.6%
Early Career
61.0%
Experienced
10.2%
Late Career
10.2%