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You might not think about where you want to live when you’re in medical school choosing your specialty. PracticeMatch is here to help! We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 places for physicians practicing Family Medicine to live. The list includes average salaries of the specialty, the differences between the national and state salaries, and the concentration, or location quotient, of that specialty per state. We have also included a breakdown of the different degrees held by Family Medicine Doctors.
Note: The concentration 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: $203,121
AlaskaAverage Salary: $194,616Location Quotient: 1.54Salary Difference: -4.2%
New HampshireAverage Salary: $183,691Location Quotient: 1.63Salary Difference: -9.6%
WisconsinAverage Salary: $178,689Location Quotient: 1.87Salary Difference: -12%
VermontAverage Salary: $187,495Location Quotient: 1.54Salary Difference: -7.7%
North DakotaAverage Salary: $176,720Location Quotient: 1.58Salary Difference: -13%
NevadaAverage Salary: $183,098Location Quotient: 1.27Salary Difference: -9.9%
MaineAverage Salary: $175,317Location Quotient: 2.24Salary Difference: -13.7%
WashingtonAverage Salary: $185,006Location Quotient: 1.22Salary Difference: -8.9%
MontanaAverage Salary: $175,046Location Quotient: 1.43Salary Difference: -13.8%
OregonAverage Salary: $182,372Location Quotient: 1.14Salary Difference: -10.2%
Below, you will find the breakdown of degrees held by Family Medicine Doctors across the United States.
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