Licensed practical, licensed vocational nurse salary for all 50 states

The average annual salary for licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses in the U.S. is $47,050, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data collected in May 2018.

Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses have the highest average annual salary in Rhode Island and the lowest in West Virginia.

Here is the average annual salary for licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses by state, ranked from highest to lowest.

Rhode Island: $59,130
Massachusetts: $58,990
Alaska: $58,250
Nevada: $57,140
Connecticut: $56,970
New Jersey: $56.290
California: $56,200
Washington: $55,420
Arizona: $54,090
Maryland: $53,650
Oregon: $53,240
Delaware: $52,860
New Hampshire: $52,510
Colorado: $51,210
Illinois: $51,080
Hawaii: $50,930
Vermont: $49,720
Michigan: $49,040
New York: $48,770
Utah: $48,130
Pennsylvania: $48,120
New Mexico: $47,560
Minnesota: $47,020  
Texas: $46,990
Wyoming: $46,790
North Dakota: $46,410
Maine: $45,610  
Wisconsin: $45,290
Virginia: $44,850
North Carolina: $44,610
Florida: $44,400
Indiana: $44,310
Idaho: $44,280
Montana: $43,770
Ohio: $43,430
Kansas: $43,240
Nebraska: $43,160   
Iowa: $42,820
Missouri: $42,580
Kentucky: $41,920
Georgia: $41,690
Oklahoma: $41,260
South Carolina: $40,890
Tennessee: $40,120
Arkansas: $39,570
Louisiana: $39,480
South Dakota: $38,630
Alabama: $38,230
Mississippi: $37,930
West Virginia: $36,770

 

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