Athletic Trainer State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Athletic Trainers.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of an Athletic Trainer.  Some typical factors include:

Supply and demand
Union representation (States that have higher union activity earn an average of 20% more in pay and benefits for all employees)

Cost of living
Healthcare reimbursement rates

To see the complete job description for an Athletic Trainer click here. 

The average hourly and annual salary for an Athletic Trainer  in 2016 in each of the states (U.S. North America) was:



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State Employed Hourly Annual
Alabama 420 $21 $43,810
Arizona  610 $22 $45,170
Arkansas 130 $19 $39,400
California 1450 $24 $49,020
Colorado 390 $24 $49,790
Connecticut 370 $27 $57,140
Delaware 140 $20 $41,620
District of Columbia 70 $32 $67,500
Florida 1150 $22 $45,740
Georgia 510 $23 $46,930
Hawaii 170 $25 $51,820
Illinois 1130 $23 $47,840
Indiana 590 $21 $44,460
Iowa 260 $21 $43,650
Kansas 260 $20 $42,560
Kentucky 430 $22 $46,500
Louisiana 190 $20 $40,970
Maine 140 $20 $42,500
Maryland 210 $22 $45,820
Massachusetts 630 $25 $52,210
Michigan 930 $24 $49,320
Minnesota 760 $23 $47,830
Mississippi 280 $21 $44,080
Missouri 480 $21 $44,150
Montana 110 $20 $41,660
Nebraska 160 $22 $46,710
Nevada 50 $27 $57,110
New Hampshire 160 $23 $47,760
New Jersey 630 $28 $59,180
New York 1250 $23 $47,220
North Carolina 640 21 43,490
North Dakota 50 19 38,560
Ohio 1190 22 46,460
Oklahoma 370 21 42,930
Oregon 140 22 45,640
Pennsylvania 1480 22 44,900
Rhode Island 90 25 52,210
South Carolina 310 21 42,920
South Dakota 120 21 44,410
Tennessee 450 21 43,930
Texas 2820 26 53,620
Utah 190 24 50,380
Vermont 70 21 44,190
Virginia 780 23 47,660
Washington 290 23 48,390
West Virginia 130 22 45,660
Wisconsin 720 24 49,310
Wyoming 60 23 48,390