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States where dentists make the most

  • #40. Oklahoma

    - Mean annual wage: $156,060
    - Employment: 920
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.576 (#42 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #39. New York

    - Mean annual wage: $164,520
    - Employment: 8,700
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.927 (#8 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #38. Arkansas

    - Mean annual wage: $165,480
    - Employment: 810
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.668 (#33 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #37. Florida

    - Mean annual wage: $167,270
    - Employment: 6,840
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.794 (#17 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #36. New Jersey

    - Mean annual wage: $169,990
    - Employment: 3,670
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.906 (#10 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

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  • #35. Montana

    - Mean annual wage: $170,260
    - Employment: 480
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 1.046 (#3 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #34. Illinois

    - Mean annual wage: $171,590
    - Employment: 4,820
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.804 (#16 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #33. Alabama

    - Mean annual wage: $171,900
    - Employment: 1,160
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.597 (#40 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #32. Idaho

    - Mean annual wage: $172,020
    - Employment: 330
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.467 (#48 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

  • #31. South Carolina

    - Mean annual wage: $172,780
    - Employment: 1,440
    - Dentists per 1,000 workers: 0.697 (#27 highest rate among 49 states and D.C.)

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