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States where dentists make the most

  • #30. New Mexico

    - Mean annual wage: $173,610
    - Employment: 620
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.768 (#20 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #29. Colorado

    - Mean annual wage: $174,930
    - Employment: 2,330
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.888 (#12 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #28. Georgia

    - Mean annual wage: $176,600
    - Employment: 3,110
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.708 (#25 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #27. Massachusetts

    - Mean annual wage: $177,410
    - Employment: 3,160
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.884 (#13 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #26. Kansas

    - Mean annual wage: $179,100
    - Employment: 960
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.697 (#27 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

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  • #25. District of Columbia

    - Mean annual wage: $183,630
    - Employment: 350
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.496 (#46 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #24. Indiana

    - Mean annual wage: $183,800
    - Employment: 1,820
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.597 (#40 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #23. Washington

    - Mean annual wage: $184,780
    - Employment: 2,800
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.858 (#15 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #22. Texas

    - Mean annual wage: $185,680
    - Employment: 8,110
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.67 (#32 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #21. Tennessee

    - Mean annual wage: $186,670
    - Employment: 1,700
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.574 (#43 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

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