Anesthesiologist pay in 32 states

The annual mean wage for anesthesiologists in the U.S. is $267,020, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data collected in May 2018.

Among the states where data was available, anesthesiologists in South Dakota had the highest annual mean salary for anesthesia specialists in the U.S. in 2018. The bureau calculated annual wages by multiplying the mean wage per hour by a "year-round, full-time" figure of 2,080 hours.

The bureau was unable to gather data for some states, including Oregon, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Montana, Mississippi, Hawaii, Alaska and New Mexico.

Here is anesthesiologists' mean annual salary in 2018 in 32 states. States are listed in alphabetical order.

1. Arizona — $279,160

2. Arkansas — $229,760

3. California — $288,420

4. Colorado — $270,180

5. Connecticut — $270,210

6. Florida — $280,390

7. Georgia — $224,300

8. Idaho — $256,450

9. Illinois — $261,300

10. Indiana — $277,000

11. Kentucky — $278,590

12. Massachusetts — $205,960

13. Michigan — $261,310

14. Missouri — $250,180

15. Nebraska — $290,470

16. Nevada — $256,120

17. New York — $255,500

18. North Carolina — $285,730

19. North Dakota — $273,120

20. Ohio — $285,000

21. Oklahoma — $278,690

22. Pennsylvania — $278,010

23. South Carolina — $254,420

24. South Dakota — $293,110

25. Tennessee — $262,070

26. Texas — $260,690

27. Utah — $214,730

28. Vermont — $257,240

29. Washington — $268,580

30. West Virginia — $281,000

31. Wisconsin — $257,450

32. Wyoming — $215,910

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