I don't know if anyone can answer this. But how much do most civil engineers make? There are so many conflicting reports about "overpaid consultants" and it's almost impossible to get an actual answer

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I am a civil engineer, I am in Dallas and I have 5 years of experience my annual salary is 89K.

I am always looking for civil engineers in the Texas market that would fit our culture. If you are interested let me know and we can talk to see if we can work together.

Most civil engineers make a median salary of around $85,000 per year. However, this can vary depending on experience, location, and other factors.

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