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Health Services Managers Average Wages by State

Highest Annual Wages to Lowest
As of May, 2019

  • District of Columbia: $150,040
  • New York: 147,000
  • Hawaii: 133,320
  • California: 133,040
  • Massachusetts: 132,960
  • Delaware: 131,540
  • Rhode Island: 131,500
  • Connecticut: 128,970
  • New Mexico: 126,820
  • Maryland: 126,340
  • Illinois: 125,330
  • North Dakota: 124,470
  • Oregon: 121,690
  • Washington: 121,650
  • New Jersey: 120,650
  • Arizona: 120,280
  • Colorado: 120,040
  • New Hampshire: 119,780
  • Nevada: 119,030
  • Nebraska: 118,560
  • North Carolina: 118,020
  • Virginia: 115,410
  • Alaska: 113,990
  • Minnesota: 112,780
  • Wisconsin: 111,640
  • Missouri: 111,450
  • West Virginia: 110,100
  • Michigan: 108,740
  • Texas: 107,880
  • Georgia: 107,610
  • Florida: 106,710
  • South Dakota: 105,260
  • Utah: 105,010
  • Vermont: 104,950
  • Ohio: 102,860
  • Indiana: 102,300
  • Louisiana: 102,210
  • Tennessee: 102,070
  • South Carolina: 101,990
  • Wyoming: 101,120
  • Pennsylvania: 98,560
  • Montana: 97,230
  • Mississippi: 96,210
  • Maine: 95,600
  • Virgin Islands: 95,050
  • Idaho: 94,960
  • Guam: 94,760
  • Oklahoma: 94,460
  • Alabama: 94,160
  • Kansas: 94,060
  • Kentucky: 90,280
  • Iowa: 87,940
  • Arkansas: 87,290
  • Puerto Rico: 77,310
  • Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics OES.
    Data extracted on September 2, 2020





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