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Top 12 worst and best paying states for internists

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We already told you the top 10 highest and lowest paying states for primary care physicians, but what about internal medicine?

 

 

We already told you the top 10 highest and lowest paying states for primary care physicians, but what about internal medicine?

Read on to find out which states Doximity says are the worst and best paying states for internists, according to 2014-2015 data which includes anonymized annual income data from more than 35,000 physicians across 48 specialties...

 

Worst paying states for Internal Medicine

 

 

6. Oklahoma $234,000

 

 

5. Pennsylvania $233,000

 

 

4. Virginia $229,000

 

 

3. New Hampshire $229,000

 

 

2. Massachusetts $224,000

 

 

1. Michigan $212,500

 

 

Best paying states for Internal Medicine

 

 

6. Texas $270,000

 

 

5. Missouri $271,000

 

 

4. Nebraska $277,000

 

 

3. Alabama $281,500

 

 

2. Tennessee $283,000

 

 

1. South Carolina $301,000

 

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