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Hawaii
$155,570
Wisconsin
$148,680
Connecticut
$138,700
New Jersey
$137,230
Arizona
$136,780
New York
$135,130
California
$134,190
Rhode Island
$132,900
Maine
$128,240
Illinois
$125,270
Utah
$124,940
New Hampshire
$124,540
Massachusetts
$124,390
Washington
$124,200
West Virginia
$123,990
Alabama
$123,350
Indiana
$119,770
Texas
$119,130
Pennsylvania
$117,050
North Carolina
$116,930
Delaware
$116,710
Michigan
$116,320
Tennessee
$116,100
Florida
$115,400
Minnesota
$115,310
Georgia
$112,390
Oregon
$112,310
Louisiana
$110,410
Ohio
$109,490
South Carolina
$109,390
Idaho
$109,200
Mississippi
$108,190
Kansas
$105,810
Kentucky
$105,290
Colorado
$103,700
Virginia
$102,110
South Dakota
$101,010
North Dakota
$100,720
Nevada
$100,380
Iowa
$99,410
Wyoming
$96,220
Oklahoma
$95,890
Missouri
$95,690
New Mexico
$95,110
Arkansas
$94,580
Nebraska
$87,440
Montana
$85,160

Veterinarian Salary by State 2024

Veterinarian Salary by State 2024

Veterinarian salaries across the United States exhibit considerable variation from state to state, reflecting differences in demand, cost of living, and other factors. In states such as Hawaii and Wisconsin, veterinarians command some of the highest salaries, with median annual earnings exceeding $100,000. These states may have unique factors contributing to the demand for veterinary services, such as a large pet population or limited availability of veterinary professionals.

Conversely, states like Montana and Nebraska offer comparatively lower median salaries for veterinarians, often below $90,000 annually. While these states may have lower living costs, they might also experience less demand for veterinary services or have a higher concentration of veterinary professionals relative to the population.

Veterinarian Salary by State 2024

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State
Annual Mean Wage
Annual Median Wage
Hourly Mean Wage
Employment Per 1000 Jobs
Hawaii$155,570$103,420$49.720.51
Wisconsin$148,680$98,490$47.350.75
Connecticut$138,700$128,650$61.850.55
New Jersey$137,230$128,130$61.600.48
Arizona$136,780$122,820$59.050.52
New York$135,130$127,230$61.170.42
California$134,190$124,530$59.870.44
Rhode Island$132,900$128,340$61.700.55
Maine$128,240$103,590$49.810.76
Illinois$125,270$102,530$49.290.48
Utah$124,940$102,320$49.190.36
New Hampshire$124,540$120,450$57.910.75
Massachusetts$124,390$123,930$59.580.50
Washington$124,200$124,670$59.940.60
West Virginia$123,990$104,250$50.120.48
Alabama$123,350$99,580$47.880.57
Indiana$119,770$100,910$48.520.59
Texas$119,130$103,160$49.600.43
Pennsylvania$117,050$103,810$49.910.54
North Carolina$116,930$101,980$49.030.67
Delaware$116,710$97,660$46.950.66
Michigan$116,320$106,310$51.110.46
Tennessee$116,100$99,690$47.930.44
Florida$115,400$104,870$50.420.50
Minnesota$115,310$102,380$49.220.60
Georgia$112,390$103,760$49.890.49
Oregon$112,310$100,820$48.470.82
Louisiana$110,410$98,570$47.390.41
Ohio$109,490$104,470$50.220.55
South Carolina$109,390$104,160$50.080.66
Idaho$109,200$100,050$48.100.51
Mississippi$108,190$95,200$45.770.42
Kansas$105,810$98,400$47.310.59
Kentucky$105,290$100,430$48.280.61
Colorado$103,700$95,770$46.040.84
Virginia$102,110$100,640$48.380.73
South Dakota$101,010$92,580$44.510.56
North Dakota$100,720$101,720$48.900.77
Nevada$100,380$99,710$47.940.49
Iowa$99,410$90,360$43.440.71
Wyoming$96,220$79,580$38.260.78
Oklahoma$95,890$97,250$46.750.61
Missouri$95,690$98,440$47.330.59
New Mexico$95,110$99,210$47.700.64
Arkansas$94,580$90,880$43.690.40
Nebraska$87,440$81,430$39.150.80
Montana$85,160$79,420$38.181.10
Alaska0.64
Maryland0.65
Vermont1.35
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