Audiologist State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Audiologists . Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $25.88  in Alabama to a high of $47.58 in Washington state.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of an Audiologist.  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 re-imbursement rates

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The average hourly and annual salary for an Audiologist  in 2013 in each of the states (U.S. North America) was:

STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Alabama 170 25.88 53,830
Arizona 230 31.43 65,380
Arkansas 50 35.57 73,990
California 950 39.74 82,670
Colorado 300 44.55 92,660
Connecticut 120 36.36 75,630
Delaware 80 41.89 87,120
District of Columbia 70 42.22 87,820
Florida 530 34.67 72,110
Georgia 270 34.23 71,200
Hawaii 30 38.50 80,070
Illinois 410 34.45 71,660
Indiana 280 31.85 66,240
Iowa 170 34.26 71,250
Kansas 130 40.04 83,280
Kentucky 90 38.74 80,580
Louisiana 100 26.05 54,190
Maine 60 34.15 71,040
Maryland 170 31.89 66,320
Massachusetts 340 34.31 71,360
Michigan 460 32.95 68,540
Minnesota 200 35.91 74,690
Mississippi 100 28.40 59,080
Missouri 390 31.26 65,010


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 60 32.54 67,680
Nebraska 120 29.99 62,380
New Hampshire 60 36.57 76,060
New Jersey 330 40.65 84,550
New Mexico 230 38.48 80,040
New York 890 44.96 93,530
North Carolina 370 32.60 67,820
Ohio 480 33.90 70,520
Oklahoma 110 34.82 72,420
Oregon 130 34.47 71,690
Pennsylvania 540 31.79 66,130
South Carolina 80 36.45 75,810
South Dakota 50 28.23 58,710
Tennessee 210 30.82 64,100
Texas 920 31.47 65,450
Utah 130 31.95 66,460
Virginia 320 36.73 76,390
Washington 340 47.58 98,970
West Virginia 100 28.96 60,230
Wisconsin 200 36.90 76,760
Wyoming 50 34.94 72,680