Career Outlook for Water and Wastewater Engineers

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Also known as:
Architectural Engineer, Bridge Engineer, Civil Engineer, Construction Engineer, Facilities Engineer, Geotechnical Engineer, Highway Engineer, Hydrographic Engineer, Railroad Design Consultant, Research Hydraulic Engineer

The overall job outlook for Water and Wastewater Engineer careers has been positive since 2004. Vacancies for this career have increased by 32.04 percent nationwide in that time, with an average growth of 2.00 percent per year. Demand for Water and Wastewater Engineers is expected to go down, with an expected -16,400 jobs shed by 2029. This represents an annual decrease of 0.52 percent over the next few years. Join our career community today!

TOP STATES

There are currently more Water and Wastewater Engineers in the following states

California 45,900
Texas 28,990
Washington 11,150
Pennsylvania 11,050
North Carolina 10,960
Illinois 10,500
Georgia 6,700
BOTTOM STATES

The states below have the least number of filled positions for Water and Wastewater Engineers

Virgin Islands
80
South Dakota
100
Arkansas
130
Maine
160
Delaware
170
Puerto Rico
240
Guam
260