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What Is the Average Medical Coder Salary by State

State Annual Salary Monthly Pay Weekly Pay Hourly Wage
Hawaii $52,812 $4,401 $1,015 $25.39
Nevada $51,840 $4,320 $996 $24.92
Massachusetts $51,688 $4,307 $994 $24.85
Rhode Island $51,020 $4,251 $981 $24.53
Oregon $50,341 $4,195 $968 $24.20
Alaska $49,918 $4,159 $959 $24.00
North Dakota $49,194 $4,099 $946 $23.65
Washington $48,304 $4,025 $928 $23.22
New York $47,222 $3,935 $908 $22.70
Maryland $46,605 $3,883 $896 $22.41
South Dakota $46,416 $3,868 $892 $22.32
Virginia $45,206 $3,767 $869 $21.73
Kentucky $44,638 $3,719 $858 $21.46
Colorado $44,325 $3,693 $852 $21.31
New Hampshire $44,081 $3,673 $847 $21.19
Nebraska $43,910 $3,659 $844 $21.11
Idaho $43,903 $3,658 $844 $21.11
Delaware $43,734 $3,644 $841 $21.03
California $43,535 $3,627 $837 $20.93
South Carolina $43,416 $3,618 $834 $20.87
Vermont $42,730 $3,560 $821 $20.54
Arkansas $42,689 $3,557 $820 $20.52
Tennessee $42,643 $3,553 $820 $20.50
Connecticut $42,050 $3,504 $808 $20.22
Oklahoma $41,700 $3,475 $801 $20.05
Michigan $41,549 $3,462 $799 $19.98
Arizona $41,522 $3,460 $798 $19.96
Wyoming $41,407 $3,450 $796 $19.91
Maine $41,319 $3,443 $794 $19.87
Minnesota $41,086 $3,423 $790 $19.75
New Jersey $40,810 $3,400 $784 $19.62
Missouri $40,502 $3,375 $778 $19.47
Montana $40,478 $3,373 $778 $19.46
Indiana $40,294 $3,357 $774 $19.37
Illinois $40,231 $3,352 $773 $19.34
West Virginia $39,764 $3,313 $764 $19.12
Texas $39,101 $3,258 $751 $18.80
Wisconsin $38,713 $3,226 $744 $18.61
Ohio $38,634 $3,219 $742 $18.57
Pennsylvania $38,522 $3,210 $740 $18.52
Iowa $38,330 $3,194 $737 $18.43
Utah $37,403 $3,116 $719 $17.98
Kansas $37,076 $3,089 $713 $17.83
New Mexico $36,844 $3,070 $708 $17.71
North Carolina $36,341 $3,028 $698 $17.47
Alabama $36,296 $3,024 $698 $17.45
Mississippi $36,206 $3,017 $696 $17.41
Florida $35,460 $2,955 $681 $17.05
Georgia $33,416 $2,784 $642 $16.07
Louisiana $32,774 $2,731 $630 $15.76

Top 50 Highest Paying States for Medical Coder Jobs in the U.S.

We’ve identified 11 states where the typical salary for a Medical Coder job is above the national average. Topping the list is Hawaii, with Nevada and Massachusetts close behind in second and third. Massachusetts beats the national average by 11.5%, and Hawaii furthers that trend with another $6,449 (13.9%) above the $46,363.

With these 11 states paying on average above the national average, the opportunities for economic advancement by changing locations as a Medical Coder appears to be exceedingly fruitful.

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