Highest Paying States for Family and General Practitioners

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In this short guide, you will find out the top paying states for Family and General Practitioners. Equipped with this knowledge you will be able to maximize your earnings / salary and become one of the best paid Family and General Practitioners just by moving to another state.

The first thing you have to know is how much do Family and General Practitioners make on average. From there you can compare the salary difference between the average salary vs the salary of the highest paying states.

The average annual salary for Family and General Practitioners is $186320.

area_titleh_mean a_mean
Hawaii111.11231110
Alaska109.78228340
Georgia107.55223710
Nebraska106.96222480
Kansas106.77222090
Iowa104.55217460
Massachusetts100.51209050
New Hampshire99.25206440
Mississippi98.73205360
South Dakota97.75203320
Arkansas97.17202110
North Carolina96.49200710
California95.27198160
Wisconsin95.25198120
Texas94.41196380
Florida93.29194040
Rhode Island93.17193800
District of Columbia92.59192590
Montana92.18191730
Utah92.04191440
Washington91.63190600
Pennsylvania91.57190470
Idaho90.61188470
New York89.97187140
Colorado89.75186690
Alabama89.73186640
South Carolina88.88184860
Ohio88.68184450
Minnesota87.99183010
Oregon87.93182880
Louisiana87.88182790
Kentucky87.41181810
Michigan87.3181590
Virginia85.64178130
Connecticut85.53177910
Indiana84.67176120
North Dakota83.46173590
West Virginia83.21173080
New Mexico83.03172700
Arizona82.68171980
Maryland82.44171480
Guam82.2170980
Maine81.51169550
Tennessee80.47167370
Wyoming79.59165550
Illinois78.31162890
New Jersey78.06162360
Nevada76.09158270
Delaware75.47156980
Missouri71.84149430
Vermont70.71147070
Oklahoma65.86136990
Puerto Rico34.2371200

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