10 best, worst states for physician competition

Written by Megan Wood | April 02, 2018 | Print  | Email

WalletHub analysts determined the best and worst states to practice medicine, considering a variety of factors including competition.

These five states have the lowest projected competition by 2024.

1. Idaho

2. Alaska

3. Nevada

4. Mississippi

5. South Dakota

The following five states have the highest projected competition by 2024.

45. Massachusetts

46. New York

T-47. Connecticut

T-47. Rhode Island

T-47. District of Columbia

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