What the average employee made at 30 healthcare organizations

The U.S. requires companies to disclose the median compensation of their employees to shed light on the ratio between the salaries of typical workers and CEOs. Since the requirement was implemented, one thing became apparent: Not all healthcare employees are paid the same.

Below is a breakdown of the average employee salary at 30 healthcare organizations, according to Business Insider.

Note: Companies are presented in the order of lowest average annual salary of employees to the highest.

1. Walgreens: $31,132
2. CVS Health: $35,529
3. Bausch Health: $37,872
4. Mylan: $42,407
5. HCA Healthcare: $55,977
6. UnitedHealth Group: $57,412
7. Cigna: $63,526
8. Molina Healthcare: $65,652
9. Centene: $66,021
10. Humana: $70,498
11. Anthem: $72,308
12. Medtronic: $73,693
13. Johnson & Johnson: $75,000
14. Pfizer: $80,011
15. Abbott Laboratories: $80,569
16. Merck: $82,173
17. GlaxoSmithKline: $82,951
18. Allergan: $89,976
19. Eli Lilly & Co.: $91,246
20. Illumina: $107,884
21. Bristol-Myers Squibb: $112,174
22. Amgen: $131,375
23. Regeneron $134,115
24. AbbVie: $148,823
25. Gilead Sciences: $163,963
26. Biogen: $170,521
27. Alexion Pharmaceuticals: $223,882
28. Incyte: $228,006
29. Vertex Pharmaceuticals: $232,178
30. Alnylam Pharmaceuticals: $243,720

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