Family and General Practitioners

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Family and General Practitioners.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $63.65 in Missouri to a high of $106.98 in Hawaii.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of Family and General Practitioners.

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 

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STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Alabama 640 84.14 175,010
Alaska 450 99.66 207,290
Arizona 2,180 88.73 184,560
Arkansas 1,590 101.25 210,600
California 15,750 93.64 194,780
Colorado 2,600 86.17 179,240
Connecticut 1,230 90.42 188,080
Delaware 470 72.82 151,470
District of Columbia 730 73.56 153,010
Florida 10,670 89.61 186,380
Georgia 1,540 96.87 201,490
Hawaii 1,190 106.98 222,510
Idaho 610 92.53 192,460
Illinois 4,220 83.39 173,450
Indiana 1,940 90.56 188,370
Iowa 1,700 102.19 212,550
Kansas 1,180 103.80 215,900
Kentucky 1,170 86.58 180,090
Louisiana 1,080 78.82 163,950
Maine 760 84.08 174,880
Maryland 2,320 89.01 185,140
Massachusetts 2,850 98.47 204,810
Michigan 4,510 90.00 187,190
Minnesota 2,420 88.89 184,880
Mississippi 1,140 91.87 191,090
Missouri 6,660 63.65 132,390


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 350 79.28 164,910
Nebraska 1,160 104.73 217,840
Nevada 1,070 82.10 170,770
New Hampshire 640 97.31 202,410
New Jersey 2,370 84.16 175,050
New Mexico 1,090 81.48 169,480
New York 2,520 87.09 181,150
North Carolina 3,590 92.38 192,140
North Dakota 590 85.52 177,880
Ohio 4,000 82.30 171,180
Oklahoma 2,010 100.35 208,720
Oregon 1,390 88.20 183,460
Pennsylvania 6,920 90.13 187,470
Rhode Island 160 94.04 195,610
South Carolina 3,220 86.08 179,050
South Dakota 370 97.61 203,030
Tennessee 1,260 74.68 155,340
Texas 5,800 90.16 187,530
Utah 900 100.62 209,290
Vermont 390 68.02 141,480
Virginia 3,780 81.72 169,990
Washington 1,820 85.07 176,950
West Virginia 820 82.94 172,510
Wisconsin 2,710 91.24 189,770
Wyoming 320 88.78 184,660