Published On: Fri, May 1st, 2015

10 highest and lowest-earning states for physicians

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Here are the 10 states in which physicians earn the highest and lowest average annual incomes, according to Medscape’s 2015 Physician Compensation Report, which includes responses from more than 19,500 physicians across 26 specialties.

Highest-Earning States

  1. North Dakota: $330,000
  2. Alaska: $330,000
  3. Wyoming: $312,000
  4. Wisconsin: $309,000
  5. Oklahoma: $304,000

Lowest-Earning States

  1. Massachusetts: $248,000
  2. New Mexico: $243,000
  3. Maryland: $237,000
  4. Rhode Island: $217,000
  5. District of Columbia: $186,000

 

Wayne Becker

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