Physician pay is highest in these 10 states

Angie Stewart - Print  |

Physicians in Oklahoma earn higher salaries than providers in any other state, according to Medscape's "Physician Compensation Report 2019."

Medscape surveyed 19,328 respondents across 30-plus specialties.

Average salaries in the 10 top-earning states for physicians:

1. Oklahoma: $337,000
2. Alabama: $330,000
3. Nevada: $329,000
4. Arkansas: $326,000
5. Florida: $325,000
6. Kentucky: $324,000
7. Tennessee: $323,000
8. Connecticut: $323,000
9. Georgia: $322,000
10. Indiana: $322,000

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