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States where dentists make the most

  • #10. Nevada

    - Mean annual wage: $210,710
    - Employment: 1,220
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.907 (#9 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #9. North Carolina

    - Mean annual wage: $212,160
    - Employment: 3,360
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.767 (#21 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #8. North Dakota

    - Mean annual wage: $212,380
    - Employment: 190
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.459 (#49 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #7. Wisconsin

    - Mean annual wage: $213,210
    - Employment: 1,930
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.678 (#30 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #6. Connecticut

    - Mean annual wage: $213,390
    - Employment: 1,160
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.701 (#26 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

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  • #5. New Hampshire

    - Mean annual wage: $226,300
    - Employment: 490
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.747 (#23 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #4. Minnesota

    - Mean annual wage: $227,280
    - Employment: 1,800
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.627 (#35 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #3. Rhode Island

    - Mean annual wage: $254,190
    - Employment: 340
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.697 (#27 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #2. Alaska

    - Mean annual wage: $259,350
    - Employment: 240
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.764 (#22 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #1. Delaware

    - Mean annual wage: $264,440
    - Employment: 280
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.628 (#34 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

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