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States where dentists make the most

  • #20. Arizona

    - Mean annual wage: $186,870
    - Employment: 2,520
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.904 (#11 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #19. Iowa

    - Mean annual wage: $187,570
    - Employment: 1,130
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.735 (#24 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #18. Oregon

    - Mean annual wage: $190,690
    - Employment: 1,980
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 1.05 (#2 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #17. Missouri

    - Mean annual wage: $191,240
    - Employment: 1,520
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.544 (#45 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #16. Hawaii

    - Mean annual wage: $196,690
    - Employment: 640
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 1.004 (#6 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

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  • #15. Ohio

    - Mean annual wage: $197,150
    - Employment: 3,330
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.615 (#38 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #14. Michigan

    - Mean annual wage: $197,490
    - Employment: 3,810
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.883 (#14 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #13. South Dakota

    - Mean annual wage: $198,170
    - Employment: 240
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.57 (#44 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #12. Virginia

    - Mean annual wage: $199,870
    - Employment: 2,990
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.78 (#18 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #11. Maine

    - Mean annual wage: $203,920
    - Employment: 470
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.779 (#19 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

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