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Stress Engineer Salary

How much does a Stress Engineer make in the United States?
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Salary Data for Stress Engineer

$93,164 (USD)/yr

$45 (USD)/hr

$3,084 (USD)/yr

$91,943 (USD)/yr

$44 (USD)/hr

$3,084 (USD)/yr

Job Description
Performs detailed stress, fatigue, damage, and/or structural analysis using standard analysis methods and finite element analysis on pipes, metallic components, composite, nacelle, and other structural hardware, etc., in support of design release and analysis documentation. Performs structural analysis using standard analysis methods and finite element analysis in support of product and process definition (P&PD) projects. Conducts design trades and optimization considering strength, weight, cost, and producibility.
The average stress engineer salary in United States is $93,164 or an equivalent hourly rate of $45. In addition, they earn an average bonus of $3,084. Salary estimates based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in United States.
Compensation Data Based on Experience

$65,586 (USD)

$115,534 (USD)

Education

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Salary Potential

$108,002 (USD)

16 %

Based on our compensation data, the estimated salary potential for Stress Engineer will increase 16 % over 5 years.

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