Top, bottom 10 states for PA salary

The median salary for physician assistants in the U.S. was $108,610, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data from 2018.

The BLS projects that employment of physician assistants will grow 31 percent through 2028.

Top 10 highest paying states:

1. Connecticut: $125,610
2. Washington: $123,980
3. Alaska: $122,260
4. Hawaii: $121,120
5. California: $117,230
6. New York: $117,000
7. Wyoming: $116,890
8. Nevada: $116,850
9. New Jersey: $116,270
10. Minnesota: $116,200

Bottom 10 lowest paying states:

40. Arizona: $101,590
41. Virginia: $99,340
42. Arkansas: $99,280
43. Pennsylvania: $98,510
44. Indiana: $96,090
45. Missouri: $94,480
46. Alabama: $92,880
47. Kentucky: $91,010
48. Tennessee: $87,700
49. Louisiana: $85,990
50. Mississippi: $81,130

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