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What Is the Average Physician Salary by State

State Annual Salary Monthly Pay Weekly Pay Hourly Wage
Tennessee $229,211 $19,100 $4,407 $110.20
Massachusetts $225,013 $18,751 $4,327 $108.18
Hawaii $224,312 $18,692 $4,313 $107.84
Minnesota $223,371 $18,614 $4,295 $107.39
Connecticut $221,496 $18,458 $4,259 $106.49
Nevada $221,366 $18,447 $4,257 $106.43
Rhode Island $216,891 $18,074 $4,170 $104.27
Washington $215,770 $17,980 $4,149 $103.74
Wisconsin $214,888 $17,907 $4,132 $103.31
Alaska $214,201 $17,850 $4,119 $102.98
New York $213,729 $17,810 $4,110 $102.75
Oregon $213,668 $17,805 $4,109 $102.73
Ohio $211,627 $17,635 $4,069 $101.74
North Dakota $211,126 $17,593 $4,060 $101.50
Utah $206,639 $17,219 $3,973 $99.35
Iowa $205,723 $17,143 $3,956 $98.91
New Mexico $205,181 $17,098 $3,945 $98.64
Maryland $203,429 $16,952 $3,912 $97.80
New Hampshire $201,433 $16,786 $3,873 $96.84
South Dakota $200,737 $16,728 $3,860 $96.51
Virginia $199,733 $16,644 $3,841 $96.03
California $197,696 $16,474 $3,801 $95.05
Vermont $195,859 $16,321 $3,766 $94.16
Idaho $195,724 $16,310 $3,763 $94.10
Nebraska $195,002 $16,250 $3,750 $93.75
New Jersey $194,845 $16,237 $3,747 $93.68
Delaware $193,666 $16,138 $3,724 $93.11
Colorado $193,630 $16,135 $3,723 $93.09
Kansas $193,415 $16,117 $3,719 $92.99
South Carolina $190,955 $15,912 $3,672 $91.81
Mississippi $188,606 $15,717 $3,627 $90.68
Arkansas $188,577 $15,714 $3,626 $90.66
Arizona $188,550 $15,712 $3,625 $90.65
Wyoming $187,131 $15,594 $3,598 $89.97
Maine $185,323 $15,443 $3,563 $89.10
Montana $184,651 $15,387 $3,550 $88.77
Oklahoma $184,159 $15,346 $3,541 $88.54
Kentucky $183,089 $15,257 $3,520 $88.02
Michigan $182,912 $15,242 $3,517 $87.94
Indiana $182,809 $15,234 $3,515 $87.89
West Virginia $179,659 $14,971 $3,454 $86.37
Louisiana $178,831 $14,902 $3,439 $85.98
Illinois $178,069 $14,839 $3,424 $85.61
Pennsylvania $176,359 $14,696 $3,391 $84.79
Missouri $176,282 $14,690 $3,390 $84.75
Texas $173,405 $14,450 $3,334 $83.37
Alabama $166,877 $13,906 $3,209 $80.23
Florida $161,743 $13,478 $3,110 $77.76
North Carolina $160,955 $13,412 $3,095 $77.38
Georgia $150,802 $12,566 $2,900 $72.50

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

We’ve identified eight states where the typical salary for a Physician job is above the national average. Topping the list is Tennessee, with Massachusetts and Hawaii close behind in second and third. Hawaii beats the national average by 4.3%, and Tennessee furthers that trend with another $14,228 (6.6%) above the $214,983.

With only a handful of states paying above the national average, the opportunities for economic advancement by moving to a new locationas a Physician is a decision to make with some caution. Factoring in cost of living expenses should be considered as well.

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