Personal finance website WalletHub recently published its 2022 list of best and worst states for doctors. Their analysis compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia and looked at two key dimensions:
Opportunity and Competition (70 Points)
Eleven metrics make up the opportunity and competition score, including physicians’ annual wages and starting salary, hospitals per capita, and insured rate.
Medical Environment (30 Points)
Medical environment is defined by eight factors, including physician assistants per capita, quality of the public health system, and hospitals’ safety grades.
Many of the top states are geographically located in the Great Plains and Midwest* with those states typically showing higher wages and less expensive malpractice insurance.
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1. South Dakota
9. North Dakota
51. Rhode Island
50. New York
49. District of Columbia
47. New Jersey
View all state rankings using the interactive map below, courtesy of WalletHub.
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