Physician compensation for all 50 states — New Hampshire tops list at $272.8k

Physicians in New Hampshire have the highest compensation at $272,820, followed by Wyoming, Minnesota and Wisconsin where physicians earn more than $250,000 on average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The average annual wage for physicians is $205,560, based on data collected in May 2016. The data is collected from employers in all industry sectors. Here is the breakdown of physician compensation by state:

1. Alabama: $242,890
2. Alaska: $238,740
3. Arizona: $212,690
4. Arkansas: $181,880
5. California: $201,790
6. Colorado: $239,540
7. Connecticut: $202,590
8. Delaware: $219,690
9. Florida: $219,010
10. Georgia: $221,370
11. Hawaii: $241,600
12. Idaho: $219,520
13. Illinois: $194,010
14. Indiana: $229,120
15. Iowa: $228,980
16. Kansas: $206,530
17. Kentucky: $176,330
18. Louisiana: $212,920
19. Maine: $247,060
20. Maryland: $190,600
21. Massachusetts: $184,430
22. Michigan: $191,670
23. Minnesota: $253,440
24. Mississippi: $183,280
25. Missouri: $206,070
26. Montana: $242,010
27. Nebraska: $163,730
28. Nevada: $227,080
29. New Hampshire: $272,820
30. New Jersey: $195,150
31. New Mexico: $233,660
32. New York: $177,330
33. North Carolina: $213,140
34. North Dakota: $244,550
35. Ohio: $208,440
36. Oklahoma: $230,060
37. Oregon: $194,180
38. Pennsylvania: $197,250
39. Rhode Island: $209,100
40. South Carolina: $188,110
41. South Dakota: $248,270
42. Tennessee: $247,360
43. Texas: $207,750
44. Utah: $224,260
45. Vermont: $205,180
46. Virginia: $224,380
47. West Virginia: $229,110
48. Washington: $228,860
49. Wisconsin: $251,400
50. Wyoming: $259,940

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