Chiropractor State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Chiropractors.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $25.17 in Oklahoma to a high of $73.50 in Alaska.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of a Chiropractor. 

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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STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Alabama 340 38.79 80,690
Alaska 70 73.50 152,890
Arizona 790 32.27 67,130
Arkansas 270 45.54 94,720
California 2,070 42.31 88,000
Colorado 790 33.35 69,370
Connecticut 150 47.23 98,240
Delaware 80 43.91 91,330
Florida 1,870 36.56 76,050
Georgia 980 26.48 55,080
Hawaii 70 42.74 88,900
Idaho 220 24.91 51,810
Illinois 1,650 42.22 87,820
Indiana 630 37.92 78,870
Iowa 530 37.08 77,120
Kansas 510 36.60 76,130
Kentucky 330 37.73 78,470
Louisiana 250 40.25 83,720
Maine 160 39.03 81,190
Maryland 420 37.36 77,720
Massachusetts 420 47.42 98,630
Michigan 1,520 36.80 76,530
Minnesota 1,020 35.00 72,810
Mississippi 120 34.22 71,190
Missouri 580 32.70 68,010


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 190 29.44 61,230
Nebraska 430 32.29 67,160
Nevada 290 30.72 63,890
New Hampshire 80 38.39 79,850
New Jersey 710 48.60 101,090
New Mexico 120 38.22 79,500
New York 1,460 40.51 84,260
North Carolina 600 48.38 100,640
North Dakota 170 36.78 76,510
Ohio 1,120 54.93 114,260
Oklahoma 310 25.17 52,360
Oregon 680 29.19 60,720
Pennsylvania 1,200 34.01 70,740
Rhode Island ** 29.08 60,490
South Carolina 320 44.71 92,990
South Dakota 190 31.73 66,010
Tennessee 300 39.77 82,710
Texas 1,740 28.36 58,990
Utah 260 30.68 63,820
Vermont 90 29.06 60,440
Virginia 770 41.98 87,320
Washington 800 31.00 64,480
West Virginia 80 41.19 85,680
Wisconsin 880 43.35 90,170
Wyoming 90 31.67 65,880