Top 10 best, worst states for physician earnings

Written by Shayna Korol | April 13, 2018 | Print  |

Here are the top 10 states for annual physician compensation regardless of specialty, according to Medscape's 2018 Physician Compensation report.

1. Indiana: $334,000

2. Oklahoma: $330,000

3. Connecticut: $329,000

4. Wisconsin: $327,000

5. Nevada: $323,000

6. Arkansas: $318,000

7. Louisiana: $314,000

8. Alabama: $313,000

9. Kentucky: $312,000

10. Florida: $310,000

Here are the bottom six states for overall annual physician compensation.

1. Michigan: $277,000

2. Massachusetts: $275,000

3. Hawaii: $268,000

4. New Mexico: $261,000

5. Maryland: $256,000

6. Washington D.C.: $229,000

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