As usual, the Pacific Northwest remains on the low side, with an hourly/annual average of $182/$326,000, but note the significant drops in Montana and Washington.
Alaska: No information or jobs
Idaho: No information
Montana: Average: $165/hr., $300,000 ann.; no PC boards; no highs; down 25%
Oregon: Average: $180/hr., $325,000 ann.; 30% PC boards; no highs; down 5%
Washington: Average: $151/hr., $275,000 ann.; 50% PC boards; no highs; down 35%
Wyoming: Average: $230/hr., $405,000 ann.; 66% PC boards; $250,000 loan payback; down 4%
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The Northeast also has little change, with an hourly/annual average of $176/$317,000. However, it has the lowest rate of PC board acceptance at only 8 percent.
Connecticut: Average: $179/hr., $322,000 ann.; no PC boards; no highs; down 3%
Maine: : Average: $179/hr., $322,000 ann.; 22% PC boards; no highs; no change
Massachusetts: Average: $180/hr., $323,000 ann.; no PC boards; high of $400,000 (Cape Cod); down 3%
New Hampshire: Average: $170/hr., $307,000 ann.; 14% PC boards; high of $200/hr.; down 10%
New York: Average: $156/hr., $285,000 ann.; 14% PC boards; high of $275/hr. (locums); down 9%
Rhode Island: No information
Vermont: Average: $191/hr., $341,000 ann.; no PC boards; no highs; no change
Ms. Katz is president of The Katz Company EMC, a member of ACEP’s Workforce and Career sections, and a frequent speaker and faculty at conferences and residency programs. She can be reached at email@example.com.