How much oral surgeons make in each state

Massachusetts is the state where oral and maxillofacial surgeons earn the most, with the average annual salary being $365,376, according to ZipRecruiter.

Annual compensation for oral and maxillofacial surgeons by state:

Alabama: $253,963

Alaska: $277,276

Arizona: $269,565

Arkansas: $291,057

California: $298,386

Colorado: $308,350

Connecticut: $282,355

Delaware: $303,905

Florida: $245,092

Georgia: $260,044

Hawaii: $290,832

Idaho: $280,188

Illinois: $289,487

Indiana: $267,836

Iowa: $255,414

Kansas: $258,574

Kentucky: $298,683

Louisiana: $259,140

Maine: $277,140

Maryland: $324,749

Massachusetts: $365,376

Michigan: $288,981

Minnesota: $267,208

Mississippi: $242,225

Missouri: $281,061

Montana: $272,367

Nebraska: $318,301

Nevada: $275,098

New Hampshire: $309,807

New Jersey: $273,520

New Mexico: $252,121

New York: $320,454

North Carolina: $262,246

North Dakota: $274,819

Ohio: $264,897

Oklahoma: $295,835

Oregon: $262,604

Pennsylvania: $273,801

Rhode Island: $278,664

South Carolina: $307,746

South Dakota: $266,795

Tennessee: $266,829

Texas: $271,196

Utah: $261,676

Vermont: $291,915

Virginia: $314,124

Washington: $332,248

West Virginia: $278,515

Wisconsin: $265,390

Wyoming: $286,882

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