Patient Representative State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Patient Representatives.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $19.06 in South Dakota to a high of $32.88 in Washington, D.C.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of a Patient Representative.

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 2,290 21.19 44,080
Alaska 290 22.82 47,460
Arizona 2,520 25.12 52,250
Arkansas 1,030 22.63 47,070
California 13,260 31.64 65,810
Colorado 2,070 25.15 52,300
Connecticut 2,100 30.10 62,600
Delaware 550 23.88 49,670
District of Columbia 440 32.88 68,380
Florida 5,290 22.27 46,330
Georgia 3,840 22.85 47,520
Hawaii 660 26.04 54,150
Idaho 610 23.79 49,490
Illinois 4,260 23.60 49,090
Indiana 2,990 23.36 48,590
Iowa 1,670 22.55 46,910
Kansas 930 23.05 47,930
Kentucky 1,460 21.43 44,580
Louisiana 1,790 23.12 48,080
Maine 700 23.19 48,240
Maryland 3,060 26.88 55,920
Massachusetts 10,430 27.20 56,570
Michigan 5,290 25.19 52,400
Minnesota 2,610 24.98 51,950
Mississippi 1,620 21.00 43,690
Missouri 4,910 21.17 44,040


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 460 22.71 47,240
Nebraska 960 20.67 43,000
Nevada 650 31.11 64,710
New Hampshire 510 27.33 56,840
New Jersey 3,090 27.53 57,270
New Mexico 1,100 23.72 49,340
New York 11,150 27.59 57,390
North Carolina 3,630 22.56 46,910
North Dakota 400 21.19 44,080
Ohio 6,560 23.94 49,790
Oklahoma 1,510 20.18 41,970
Oregon 1,290 28.49 59,260
Pennsylvania 8,040 22.91 47,650
Rhode Island 460 29.34 61,030
South Carolina 2,320 21.24 44,170
South Dakota 490 19.06 39,650
Tennessee 3,040 22.38 46,550
Texas 8,410 26.59 55,310
Utah 1,010 27.16 56,490
Vermont 340 25.08 52,160
Virginia 2,670 24.97 51,940
Washington 3,220 25.59 53,240
West Virginia 740 20.57 42,780
Wisconsin 2,960 23.52 48,930
Wyoming 130 25.10 52,200