Healthcare Administrator  

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Healthcare Administrator.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $36.11 in Idaho to a high of $54.27 in Rhode Island.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of Healthcare Administrator.

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 2,360 45.07 93,750
Alaska 970 53.83 111,960
Arizona 7,160 50.18 104,370
Arkansas 2,560 37.58 78,170
California 26,860 56.75 118,040
Colorado 3,640 52.13 108,430
Connecticut 4,710 54.58 113,530
Delaware 710 55.12 114,640
District of Columbia 1,580 59.19 123,120
Florida 10,240 51.10 106,290
Georgia 6,710 45.62 94,890
Hawaii 1,090 50.52 105,090
Idaho 1,690 36.11 75,110
Illinois 13,350 49.78 103,540
Indiana 7,740 41.39 86,080
Iowa 4,980 37.49 77,970
Kansas 2,710 40.49 84,220
Kentucky 4,300 43.18 89,810
Louisiana 3,270 41.13 85,550
Maine 1,710 45.72 95,100
Maryland 9,550 51.90 107,960
Massachusetts 10,200 52.32 108,830
Michigan 11,770 45.52 94,680
Minnesota 5,950 46.71 97,160
Mississippi 2,350 39.64 82,460
Missouri 5,150 45.55 94,730


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 960 37.50 77,990
Nebraska 2,310 43.65 90,790
Nevada 1,850 51.62 107,370
New Hampshire 1,600 46.09 95,870
New Jersey 8,550 55.01 114,420
New Mexico 2,070 49.90 103,780
New York 27,530 56.74 118,020
North Carolina 7,620 49.59 103,140
North Dakota 810 37.75 78,510
Ohio 15,260 44.81 93,190
Oklahoma 4,180 39.79 82,760
Oregon 3,260 54.10 112,520
Pennsylvania 14,020 44.65 92,870
Rhode Island 1,430 54.27 112,880
South Carolina 4,450 41.59 86,520
South Dakota 630 43.83 91,160
Tennessee 7,420 42.84 89,110
Texas 18,510 46.45 96,620
Utah 2,520 43.78 91,050
Vermont 710 43.25 89,960
Virginia 6,120 47.36 98,520
Washington 7,150 52.21 108,590
West Virginia 1,800 40.26 83,740
Wisconsin 5,430 43.64 90,780
Wyoming 690 40.74 84,750