Where does your state rank in gender-based physician pay gaps? Mississippi leads the way at 47%

Written by Adam Schrag | April 26, 2017 | Print  |

According to STAT, gender gaps in physician pay range from roughly 18 percent to 47 percent across the U.S.

Here's how the 50 states and Washington, D.C., stack up in terms of wage gap percentage and earning, listed from the largest to the smallest pay gaps:

 

1. Mississippi

 

Gender wage gap: 47 percent or $118,000

 

2. Arkansas

 

Gender wage gap: 47 percent or $116,000

 

3. Iowa

 

Gender wage gap: 44 percent or $109,000

 

4. North Carolina

 

Gender wage gap: 44 percent or $104,000

 

5. Alabama

 

Gender wage gap: 43 percent or $107,000

 

6. Georgia

 

Gender wage gap: 43 percent or $105,000

 

7. New Jersey

 

Gender wage gap: 43 percent or $104,000

 

8. South Carolina

 

Gender wage gap: 43 percent or $103,000

 

9. Missouri

 

Gender wage gap: 42 percent or $108,000

 

10. Washington, D.C.

 

Gender wage gap: 41 percent or $90,000

 

11. Louisiana

 

Gender wage gap: 40 percent or $105,000

 

12. Ohio

 

Gender wage gap: 40 percent or $98,000

 

13. Pennsylvania

 

Gender wage gap: 39 percent or $93,000

 

14. Illinois

 

Gender wage gap: 38 percent or $96,000

 

15. Colorado

 

Gender wage gap: 38 percent or $90,000

 

16. Wyoming

 

Gender wage gap: 37 percent or $102,000

 

17. Montana

 

Gender wage gap: 37 percent or $101,000

 

18. Florida

 

Gender wage gap: 37 percent or $97,000

 

19. Utah

 

Gender wage gap: 37 percent or $94,000

 

20. Wisconsin

 

Gender wage gap: 36 percent or $102,000

 

21. Tennessee

 

Gender wage gap: 36 percent or $95,000

 

22. West Virginia

 

Gender wage gap: 36 percent or $94,000

 

23. Nevada

 

Gender wage gap: 36 percent or $90,000

 

24. Texas

 

Gender wage gap: 35 percent or 94,000

 

25. Oklahoma

 

Gender wage gap: 35 percent or 94,000

 

26. New York

 

Gender wage gap: 35 percent or $90,000

 

27. Connecticut

 

Gender wage gap: 35 percent or $89,000

 

28. Washington

 

Gender wage gap: 35 percent or $86,000

 

29. Maryland

 

Gender wage gap: 35 percent or $80,000

 

30. Nebraska

 

Gender wage gap: 34 percent or $99,000

 

31. Michigan

 

Gender wage gap: 34 percent or $82,000

 

32. New Hampshire

 

Gender wage gap: 33 percent or $81,000

 

33. Virginia

 

Gender wage gap: 33 percent or $80,000

 

34. Kentucky

 

Gender wage gap: 32 percent or $84,000

 

35. California

 

Gender wage gap: 32 percent or $83,000

 

36. Vermont

 

Gender wage gap: 32 percent or $73,000

 

37. Maine

 

Gender wage gap: 31 percent or $87,000

 

38. Arizona

 

Gender wage gap: 31 percent or $86,000

 

39. Delaware

 

Gender wage gap: 31 percent or $77,000

 

40. Massachusetts

 

Gender wage gap: 31 percent or $74,000

 

41. Rhode Island

 

Gender wage gap: 31 percent or $72,000

 

42. New Mexico

 

Gender wage gap: 31 percent or $72,000

 

43. Kansas

 

Gender wage gap: 30 percent or $82,000

 

44. Oregon

 

Gender wage gap: 29 percent or $75,000

 

45. North Dakota

 

Gender wage gap: 28 percent or $94,000

 

46. Alaska

 

Gender wage gap: 28 percent or $79,000

 

47. Indiana

 

Gender wage gap: 28 percent or $78,000

 

48.  Minnesota

 

Gender wage gap: 23 percent or $67,000

 

59. South Dakota

 

Gender wage gap: 21 percent or $70,000

 

50. Idaho

 

Gender wage gap: 21 percent or $64,000

 

51. Hawaii

 

Gender wage gap: 18 percent or $45,000

 

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