Obstetrician and Gynecologist Doctor State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Obstetricians and Gynecologist Doctors.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low $87.09 in District of Columbia to a high of $119.26 in Wyoming.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of an Obstetrician and Gynecologist Doctor.

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 
Cost of Living 

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STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Alabama 120 114.92 239,040
Alaska 30 118.78 247,070
Arizona 310 110.17 229,140
Arkansas 190 118.63 246,750
California 2,380 93.97 195,460
Colorado 330 89.20 185,540
Connecticut 380 102.17 212,520
Delaware 100 115.01 239,220
District of Columbia 120 87.09 181,140
Florida 930 105.16 218,730
Georgia 600 105.61 219,670
Hawaii 190 97.33 202,450
Idaho 90 110.17 229,140
Illinois 620 96.90 201,560
Indiana 380 115.47 240,180
Iowa 120 114.86 238,920
Kansas 140 113.82 236,740
Kentucky 480 109.46 227,680
Louisiana 120 106.57 221,680
Maine 120 102.06 212,280
Maryland 270 99.05 206,030
Massachusetts 510 100.77 209,610
Michigan 420 105.65 219,750
Minnesota 390 104.74 217,860
Mississippi 170 113.98 237,080
Missouri 430 110.15 229,120


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 80 106.35 221,200
Nebraska 150 106.85 222,260
Nevada 330 109.46 227,680
New Hampshire 160 115.47 240,180
New Jersey 610 109.49 227,740
New Mexico 90 92.68 192,770
New York 2,320 91.35 190,020
North Carolina 810 102.53 213,250
North Dakota 60 114.72 238,610
Ohio 1,280 98.94 205,790
Oklahoma 100 120.68 251,010
Oregon 600 116.49 242,300
Pennsylvania 290 115.47 240,180
Rhode Island 60 78.87 164,040
South Carolina 290 101.45 211,030
South Dakota 40 117.23 243,830
Tennessee 330 96.31 200,330
Texas 2,150 103.47 215,220
Utah 180 101.88 211,910
Vermont 100 90.18 187,580
Virginia 960 100.90 209,860
Washington 530 109.11 226,960
West Virginia 40 91.09 189,460
Wisconsin 190 90.18 187,580
Wyoming 50 119.26 248,070