Phlebotomist State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for phlebotomists. Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $10.11 in Peurto Rico to a high of $19.33 in Alaska.  A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of a phlebotomist.  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 re-imbursement rates

The average hourly and annual salary for a phlebotomist in 2013 in each of the states (U.S. North America) was:

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STATE Total Employed Hourly  Annual 
Alabama 1,680 12.26 25,500
Alaska 190 19.33 40,200
Arizona 3,050 14.99 31,180
Arkansas 1,150 12.10 25,180
California 11,000 18.48 38,440
Colorado 1,660 16.54 34,390
Connecticut 1,570 17.51 36,420
Delaware 430 18.33 38,120
District of Columbia 170 17.23 35,840
Florida 6,240 13.36 27,780
Georgia 3,510 14.12 29,370
Hawaii 520 16.44 34,200
Idaho 520 13.87 28,840
Illinois 3,830 15.75 32,770
Indiana 2,770 13.85 28,810
Iowa 800 13.48 28,040
Kansas 770 14.30 29,750
Kentucky 2,060 13.09 27,230
Louisiana 1,800 12.73 26,470
Maine 540 13.77 28,640
Maryland 1,840 17.07 35,490
Massachusetts 2,440 17.57 36,540
Michigan 2,620 13.75 28,610
Minnesota 1,930 16.55 34,430
Mississippi 900 12.20 25,370
Missouri 2,060 12.84 26,700





 

 

STATE Total Employed Hourly  Annual 
Montana 330 13.96 29,040
Nebraska 800 14.83 30,850
Nevada 910 16.79 34,920
New Hampshire 460 16.29 33,890
New Jersey 4,370 16.12 33,540
New Mexico 430 13.69 28,470
New York 4,840 17.96 37,360
North Carolina 3,900 13.54 28,170
North Dakota 460 13.75 28,590
Ohio 4,900 14.16 29,460
Oklahoma 990 13.81 28,710
Oregon 1,500 16.77 34,890
Pennsylvania 5,090 14.74 30,660
Rhode Island 800 16.93 35,210
South Carolina 1,610 12.24 25,460
South Dakota 190 12.40 25,790
Tennessee 2,850 12.36 25,720
Texas 8,050 14.07 29,270
Utah 980 12.78 26,590
Vermont 320 15.16 31,520
Virginia 3,190 15.68 32,620
Washington 1,810 16.36 34,020
West Virginia 850 12.31 25,610
Wisconsin 2,300 15.27 31,770
Wyoming 260 13.68 28,450
Puerto Rico 470 10.11 21,020

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