Psychologist State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Psychologists.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $65.17 in Hawaii to a high of $111.69 in Maine. A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of a Psychologist.

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 

To see the complete job description for Psychologists click here. 

STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Alabama 240 100.90 209,880
Alaska 60 102.25 212,680
Arizona 450 110.45 229,740
Arkansas 225 58.70 122,100
California 4,460 92.05 191,460
Colorado 460 93.54 194,560
Connecticut 910 87.51 182,020
Delaware 90 86.84 180,630
District of Columbia 340 66.97 139,290
Florida 600 84.76 176,290
Georgia 470 97.40 202,590
Hawaii 190 65.17 135,560
Idaho 210 106.80 222,150
Illinois 880 70.96 147,590
Indiana 270 104.55 217,460
Iowa 200 90.09 187,380
Kansas 170 98.91 205,720
Kentucky 170 107.70 224,020
Louisiana 60 72.31 150,410
Maine 160 111.69 232,310
Maryland 470 98.13 204,110
Massachusetts 990 89.87 186,920
Michigan 500 90.50 188,240
Minnesota 270 99.10 206,130
Mississippi 70 107.82 224,270
Missouri 560 79.95 166,290


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 120 75.18 156,380
Nebraska 80 84.73 176,230
Nevada 50 85.28 177,390
New Hampshire 60 96.00 199,670
New Jersey 690 98.71 205,320
New Mexico 190 59.62 124,000
New York 3,480 78.69 163,680
North Carolina 460 90.60 188,440
North Dakota 130 93.17 193,790
Ohio 1,300 86.54 180,000
Oklahoma 170 68.00 141,430
Oregon 150 109.22 227,190
Pennsylvania 1,150 92.22 191,810
Rhode Island 110 89.50 186,160
South Carolina 180 84.57 175,910
Tennessee 250 88.74 184,580
Texas 1,200 91.37 190,040
Utah 280 41.47 86,260
Vermont 90 78.36 162,990
Virginia 540 80.65 167,740
Washington 330 90.63 188,510
West Virginia 80 73.74 153,370
Wisconsin 290 104.78 217,940
Wyoming 40 108.35 225,380