Top 10 states for physicians in 2019

Angie Stewart - Print  |

Based on career and lifestyle factors, North Dakota is the best state in which to practice medicine, according to MDLinx.

MDLinx ranked the best states for physicians using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Council for Community and Economic Research, Association of American Medical Colleges, Capson Physicians Insurance Co., Tax Foundation, U.S. News & World Report, WalletHub, Western States Arts Federation and America's Health Rankings.

The top 10:

1. North Dakota
2. Iowa
3. Nebraska
4. Colorado
5. Wisconsin
6. Wyoming
7. South Dakota
8. Washington
9. Idaho
10. Utah

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