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The 10 worst states for doctors in 2021


A new analysis ranks the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 19 metrics to determine which are the worst for doctors in 2021.

As with most things in business, success as a physician can be affected by location, even within the U.S., but the wrong location could make success harder to attain.

Personal finance website Wallethub has analyzed all 50 states and the District of Columbia to determine which are the worst for practicing medicine.

According to a release, the analysis compared all of the states and the District of Columbia across 19 key metrics from the average annual wage of physicians, to hospitals per capita and the quality of the public hospital system.

To see which states are the best click here

The worst states for doctors are:

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