How much does a good structural engineer make annually?
over time these guys can make 95-100k or more
bachelor's degree fresh out of college: $40K-$50K
master's degree fresh out of college: $45K-$60K
All of the above refers to US jobs. The difference in salaries is mainly due to geographic region. A usual large bump in salary comes when a structural engineer earns his professional license. A structural engineer is usually eligible to sit for the professional engineering exam after passing a fundamentals of engineering test and working under a licensed engineer for 3-4 years depending on type of degree (bachelor's or master's). There is the possibility for overtime in some areas of the country and in some industries. Overtime will also increase the above numbers. Overtime is not offered everywhere or in every industry.
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