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California
$109,220
Nevada
$105,020
New Jersey
$104,710
Alaska
$100,810
Virginia
$97,980
Colorado
$97,720
Texas
$96,900
Hawaii
$96,600
Oregon
$96,370
District of Columbia
$96,000
Maryland
$95,810
Connecticut
$95,400
New York
$95,280
Georgia
$95,060
Washington
$94,450
New Mexico
$94,100
Rhode Island
$92,110
Massachusetts
$91,840
Louisiana
$91,790
Ohio
$91,670
Tennessee
$91,040
Arizona
$90,740
Oklahoma
$90,200
Utah
$89,740
Mississippi
$89,590
Illinois
$89,330
Florida
$88,910
Pennsylvania
$88,560
Delaware
$88,180
South Carolina
$88,090
Nebraska
$87,620
Indiana
$87,510
Kansas
$87,030
Alabama
$86,860
North Carolina
$86,270
Missouri
$85,780
Montana
$84,680
Wyoming
$84,650
Idaho
$84,640
Kentucky
$83,960
New Hampshire
$83,930
Michigan
$83,900
Iowa
$83,820
Arkansas
$82,920
Wisconsin
$82,080
Minnesota
$81,840
Vermont
$81,710
West Virginia
$78,410
North Dakota
$78,020
South Dakota
$76,900
Maine
$76,490

OT Salary by State 2024

OT Salary by State 2024

Occupational Therapy (OT) salaries in the United States exhibit significant variation from state to state, influenced by a multitude of factors. Demand for OT services, driven by population demographics, prevalence of chronic conditions, and access to healthcare facilities, plays a pivotal role in determining salary levels. States with rapidly aging populations or higher rates of disability may experience greater demand for OT professionals, leading to higher salaries to attract and retain talent.

Cost of living also shapes OT salaries, with practitioners in states with higher living expenses typically commanding higher wages. Urban centers, where the cost of housing and amenities tends to be higher, often offer more lucrative compensation packages compared to rural areas. However, it's important to consider purchasing power alongside nominal salary figures, as higher salaries in expensive states may not necessarily translate to a better quality of life.

OT Salary by State 2024

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State
Mean Annual Wage
Median Annual Wage
Mean Hourly Wage
Median Hourly Wage
Employment per 1k Jobs
California$109,220$104,380$52.51$50.190.75
Nevada$105,020$102,130$50.49$49.100.55
New Jersey$104,710$103,090$50.34$49.561.04
Alaska$100,810$97,970$48.46$47.100.96
Virginia$97,980$97,080$47.11$46.680.84
Colorado$97,720$96,450$46.98$46.371.43
Texas$96,900$96,260$46.59$46.280.69
Hawaii$96,600$95,890$46.44$46.100.65
Oregon$96,370$100,910$46.33$48.520.56
District of Columbia$96,000$92,670$46.16$44.560.60
Maryland$95,810$98,280$46.06$47.251.10
Connecticut$95,400$96,340$45.87$46.321.38
New York$95,280$86,370$45.81$41.520.95
Georgia$95,060$95,200$45.70$45.770.71
Washington$94,450$94,900$45.41$45.621.01
New Mexico$94,100$86,560$45.24$41.620.97
Rhode Island$92,110$93,600$44.28$451.22
Massachusetts$91,840$93,140$44.15$44.781.46
Louisiana$91,790$94,280$44.13$45.330.97
Ohio$91,670$93,060$44.07$44.740.99
Tennessee$91,040$95,560$43.77$45.940.73
Arizona$90,740$84,250$43.62$40.500.80
Oklahoma$90,200$92,230$43.37$44.340.55
Utah$89,740$85,260$43.14$40.990.50
Mississippi$89,590$91,800$43.07$44.141.03
Illinois$89,330$93,290$42.95$44.851.13
Florida$88,910$91,970$42.75$44.220.84
Pennsylvania$88,560$87,930$42.58$42.271.25
Delaware$88,180$87,360$42.39$420.91
South Carolina$88,090$84,390$42.35$40.570.79
Nebraska$87,620$83,530$42.13$40.161.19
Indiana$87,510$84,990$42.07$40.860.94
Kansas$87,030$84,610$41.84$40.680.95
Alabama$86,860$83,770$41.76$40.280.59
North Carolina$86,270$83,560$41.48$40.170.72
Missouri$85,780$88,340$41.24$42.470.94
Montana$84,680$83,660$40.71$40.220.96
Wyoming$84,650$81,040$40.70$38.961.12
Idaho$84,640$82,000$40.69$39.420.76
Kentucky$83,960$81,130$40.37$391.07
New Hampshire$83,930$83,200$40.35$401.51
Michigan$83,900$82,450$40.34$39.641.04
Iowa$83,820$80,960$40.30$38.920.81
Arkansas$82,920$79,980$39.87$38.451.11
Wisconsin$82,080$81,700$39.46$39.281.14
Minnesota$81,840$81,370$39.35$39.121.01
Vermont$81,710$79,920$39.28$38.420.86
West Virginia$78,410$79,620$37.70$38.280.68
North Dakota$78,020$75,640$37.51$36.361.28
South Dakota$76,900$76,400$36.97$36.730.94
Maine$76,490$76,860$36.77$36.951.81
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