5 worst states for physicians

Written by Angie Stewart | March 28, 2019 | Print  |

New York is the worst state for practicing medicine, according to a new WalletHub ranking. 

WalletHub compared the 50 states and Washington, D.C., across two dimensions: "opportunity and competition” and "medical environment." The rankings were based on analysis of 18 metrics, which were each graded on a 100-point scale.

The five states that ranked the lowest:

51. New York
50. Washington, D.C.
49. Rhode Island
48. New Jersey
47. Connecticut

Click here to see WalletHub's 10 best states to practice medicine.

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