Orthopedist State Salary 

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Orthopedists.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $22.10 in Colorado to a high of $47.47 in Indiana. A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of an Orthopedist.

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 140 30.11 62,630
Arizona 140 28.72 59,740
Arkansas 120 24.49 50,940
California 1,050 34.68 72,130
Colorado 100 22.10 45,970
Connecticut 80 40.69 84,630
Florida 510 35.72 74,290
Georgia 610 33.00 68,640
Idaho 40 33.82 70,340
Illinois 320 32.07 66,710
Indiana 320 47.47 98,740
Iowa 90 34.25 71,240
Kansas 85 27.53 57,260
Kentucky 120 24.37 50,680
Louisiana 160 38.51 80,090
Maine 50 30.75 63,950
Maryland 100 37.50 78,010
Massachusetts 170 34.99 72,780
Michigan 250 36.06 75,000
Minnesota 160 33.07 68,780
Mississippi 90 27.53 57,260
Missouri 80 30.79 64,050


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Nebraska 90 31.07 64,630
Nevada 80 40.01 83,220
New Hampshire 70 36.50 75,920
New Jersey 130 38.47 80,020
New York 460 35.06 72,930
North Carolina 220 34.00 70,720
Ohio 400 34.15 71,040
Oklahoma 110 29.91 62,210
Oregon 80 31.47 65,450
Pennsylvania 270 34.10 70,920
South Carolina 100 37.70 78,410
South Dakota 30 31.22 64,930
Tennessee 100 39.33 81,800
Texas 620 27.36 56,910
Utah 70 33.48 69,640
Virginia 180 37.45 77,900
Washington 120 28.90 60,100
West Virginia 60 31.95 66,450
Wisconsin 180 30.77 64,010