Which states pay GIs the most?

The average annual pay for a gastroenterologist practicing in the U.S. is $347,500, according to jobseeker website ZipRecruiter.

ZIpRecruiter compiles data from job postings on its website to determine average pay. Gastroenterologist salaries range from $300,000 to $400,000 across the U.S.

How GI salaries stack up:

1. New York - $437,514
2. Massachusetts - $435,191
3. Maryland - $411,284
4. Connecticut - $403,311
5. Vermont - $401,542
6. Washington - $400,587
7. California - $400,553
8. Alaska - $400,000
9. North Dakota - $400,000
10. Nevada - $400,000
11. Idaho - $400,000
12. Wyoming - $400,000
13. Montana - $400,000
14. Nebraska - $398,759
15. Hawaii - $398,146
16. West Virginia - $392,318
17. Virginia - $390,829
18. Delaware - $388,927
19. Arizona - $387,364
20. New Hampshire - $382,601
21. Rhode Island - $381,475
22. Pennsylvania - $379,589
23. Colorado - $378,808
24. New Jersey - $378,657
25. Louisiana - $378,490
26. Minnesota - $377,940
27. South Dakota - $377,842
28. Oregon - $376,930
29. South Carolina - $376,904
30. Tennessee- $374,891
31. Ohio - $373,747
32. Kentucky - $372,702
33. Iowa - $372,061
34. Indiana - $371,725
35. Oklahoma - $370,820
36. Utah - $370,149
37. Kansas - $367,583
38. Wisconsin - $367,347
39. Alabama - $363,627
40. Georgia - $360,314
41. Texas - $359,747
42. Arkansas - $357,415
43. New Mexico - $357,257
44. Mississippi - $350,798
45. Maine - $350,785
46. Missouri - $350,195
47. Illinois - $350,195
48. Michigan - $348,415
49. Florida - $331,462
50. North Carolina - $310,770

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