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Are you a physician practicing in the Gastroenterology field? Trying to figure out where to practice medicine? Luckily, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 states for Gastroenterologists, in an effort to assist you in your search. The list includes the average salary in each state, the differences between the national and state salaries, and the concentration, or location quotient, of Gastroenterology jobs in the state. We have also included a breakdown of the different degrees held by Gastroenterologists.
Note: The location quotient of each specialty is calculated by dividing the local concentration of the industry by the national concentration of the industry. If the location quotient is greater than 1, the industry makes up a larger share of that state’s employment than it does for the entire United States.
National Average: $249,451
WyomingAverage Salary: $218,882Location Quotient: 1.75Salary Difference: -13%
WisconsinAverage Salary: $216,959Location Quotient: 1.93Salary Difference: -15%
MinnesotaAverage Salary: $217,055Location Quotient: 1.38Salary Difference: -15%
North DakotaAverage Salary: $226,796Location Quotient: 0.81Salary Difference: -9.1%
AlaskaAverage Salary: $216,228Location Quotient: 1.44Salary Difference: -13.3%
IndianaAverage Salary: $215,032Location Quotient: 0.91Salary Difference: -13.8%
North CarolinaAverage Salary: $202,542Location Quotient: 1.36Salary Difference: -18.8%
MaineAverage Salary: $199,646Location Quotient: 5.65Salary Difference: -20%
South DakotaAverage Salary: $215,050Location Quotient: 0.7Salary Difference: -13.8%
KentuckyAverage Salary: $198,647Location Quotient: 1.14Salary Difference: -20.4%
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