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How much does a civil engineer earn?


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A civil engineer.A civil engineer.A civil engineer.A civil engineer.

average civil engineer make $60000

The average annual salary for a civil engineer in the U.S.A. is $88,000.

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Experience: can face any thing, can live any where

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An areodynamical one can easily earn £40 000.

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Not enough if its AED 120000 (AUD $32000) for a Licenced Engineer

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