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Average physician assistant salary for 50 states

The average annual salary for physician assistants in the U.S. is $108,430, according to  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data collected in May 2018.

Physician assistants have the highest average annual salary in Connecticut and the lowest in Mississippi.

Here is the average annual salary for physician assistants by state, ranked from highest to lowest.

Connecticut: $125,610
Washington: $123,980
Alaska: $122,260
Hawaii: $121,120
California: $117,230
New York: $117,000
Wyoming: $116,890
Nevada: $116,850
New Jersey: $116,270
Minnesota: $116,200
Oregon: $113,570
New Hampshire: $111,080
Iowa: $110,550
Michigan: $110,240
Maine: $110,030
Texas: $109,590
Idaho: $109,090
Massachusetts: $108,700
New Mexico: $108,610
Illinois: $108,260
Maryland: $108,180
Wisconsin: $107,920
North Dakota: $107,340
Nebraska: $106,700
Vermont: $106,520
Montana: $106,130
Florida: $105,930
Ohio: $105,410
Delaware: $105,300
Kansas: $104,720
North Carolina: $104,680
Oklahoma: $104,200
West Virginia: $104,180
South Carolina: $103,710
Rhode Island: $103,710
Georgia: $103,190
South Dakota: $102,830
Colorado: $102,770
Utah: $102,710
Arizona: $101,590
Virginia: $99,340
Arkansas: $99,280
Pennsylvania: $98,510
Indiana: $96,090
Missouri: $94,480
Alabama: $92,880
Kentucky: $91,010
Tennessee: $87,700
Louisiana: $85,990
Mississippi: $81,130

 

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