State-by-state breakdown of spine surgeon salary for all 50 states

Written by Laura Dyrda | May 29, 2019 | Print  |

The national average salary for orthopedic spine surgeons is $238,521 per year, according to data gathered from ZipRecruiter as of May 22, 2019.

 

New York spine surgeons have the highest annual salary, followed by Massachusetts and Maryland. Here is the data from all 50 states:

New York: $324,056
Massachusetts: $322,455
Maryland: $304,228
California: $298,659
Nebraska: $296,519
Connecticut: $296,505
North Dakota: $296,500
Idaho: $296,500
Alaska: $296,500
Nevada: $296,500
Wyoming: $296,500
Montana: $296,500
Vermont: $296,487
Washington: $296,111
Hawaii: $294,876
West Virginia: $294,516
Delaware: $291,653
Virginia: $289,820
Arizona: $287,921
New Hampshire: $284,124
Rhode Island: $282,769
Pennsylvania: $282,029
New Jersey: $281,410
Louisiana: $281,525
Colorado: $280,746
Minnesota: $280,090
South Dakota: $280,072
Oregon: $279,792
South Carolina: $279,207
Tennessee: $278,028
Ohio: $277,325
Kentucky: $276,702
Oklahoma: $275,159
Indiana: $274,919
Iowa: $274,507
Kansas: $274,237
Utah: $270,356
Wisconsin: $270,339
Arkansas: $269,954
Alabama: $268,901
Georgia: $266,776
Texas: $255,162
New Mexico: $265,336
Maine: $261,558
Mississippi: $260,436
Illinois: $257,910
Missouri: $257,910
Michigan: $257,002
Florida: $247,033
North Carolina: $232,727

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