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  • Orthopedic surgeon salary vs. average household income in each state

    Orthopedic surgeon salary vs. average household income in each state

    Ariana Portalatin -  

    The average annual salary for orthopedic surgeons exceeds the average annual household income by many times in each state, with orthopedic surgeons in the state with the highest household income — Maryland — still making more than four times that amount, according to data from ZipRecruiter and the U.S. Census Bureau.

    Average annual orthopedic surgeon salary compared to average household income by state:

    Note: Data was taken from ZipRecruiter and the U.S. Census Bureau 2019 Current Population Survey. Household income data may include salaries of multiple people in the same household.

    State

    Average annual salary

    Average household income

    Alabama 

    $314,802

    $51,734

    Alaska 

    $418,018

    $75,463

    Arizona 

    $334,142

    $62,055

    Arkansas 

    $353,634

    $48,952

    California 

    $367,207

    $80,440

    Colorado 

    $374,989

    $77,127

    Connecticut 

    $351,951

    $78,833

    Delaware

    $370,452

    $70,176

    Florida 

    $303,808

    $59,227

    Georgia 

    $322,340

    $61,980

    Hawaii 

    $362,911

    $83,102

    Idaho 

    $344,576

    $60,999

    Illinois 

    $351,725

    $69,187

    Indiana 

    $331,999

    $57,603

    Iowa 

    $318,061

    $61,691

    Kansas 

    $322,504

    $62,087

    Kentucky 

    $362,401

    $52,295

    Louisiana 

    $322,479

    $51,073

    Maine 

    $341,374

    $58,924

    Maryland 

    $395,958

    $86,738

    Massachusetts 

    $442,773

    $85,843

    Michigan 

    $351,518

    $59,584

    Minnesota 

    $332,518

    $74,593

    Mississippi 

    $302,104

    $45,792

    Missouri 

    $342,279

    $57,409

    Montana

    $337,615

    $57,153

    Nebraska 

    $388,376

    $63,229

    Nevada 

    $414,715

    $63,276

    New Hampshire 

    $383,413

    $77,933

    New Jersey 

    $339,744

    $85,751

    New Mexico 

    $313,405

    $51,945

    New York 

    $396,771

    $72,108

    North Carolina

    $319,241

    $57,341

    North Dakota

    $342,900

    $64,577

    Ohio 

    $329,543

    $58,642

    Oklahoma

    $360,964

    $54,449

    Oregon 

    $327,607

    $67,058

    Pennsylvania 

    $339,022

    $63,463

    Rhode Island 

    $347,643

    $71,169

    South Carolina 

    $374,629

    $56,227

    South Dakota 

    $332,887

    $59,533

    Tennessee 

    $331,945

    $56,071

    Texas

    $333,309

    $64,034

    Utah 

    $325,698

    $75,780

    Vermont 

    $361,074

    $63,001

    Virginia 

    $383,282

    $76,456

    Washington 

    $407,956

    $78,687

    West Virginia 

    $344,858

    $48,850

    Wisconsin 

    $329,543

    $64,168

    Wyoming

    $355,366

    $65,003

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