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How much do audiologists make? 

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that audiologists make a mean annual income of $81,030 as of May 2020, which is approximately $38.95 per hour. The lowest 10 percent of audiologists earned less than $56,550, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $128,160.

How much do audiologists make? The average audiologist makes $81,030 per year in the United States.

How much do audiologists earn in each state?

The table below compares audiologist salaries across states and U.S. territories (Source: BLS Occupational Employment and Wages May 2020). You can also find data for the number of audiologists in each state as well as the number of audiologists per 1,000 jobs—a figure that can help you determine the job's popularity in a given location. Not all locations have employment statistics.

Audiologist Salary
Location
Annual Salary
in location
Employment
In location
Employment per 1,000 jobs
Arkansas
-
140
0.119
Hawaii
-
90
0.163
Utah
-
190
0.126
North Dakota
$95,420
30
0.075
Washington
$93,080
350
0.109
Minnesota
$90,520
290
0.105
Massachusetts
$90,410
290
0.087
Rhode Island
$89,510
-
-
Texas
$89,170
660
0.055
Oklahoma
$88,930
80
0.049
District of Columbia
$87,300
100
0.140
Oregon
$85,770
150
0.085
Nebraska
$83,700
-
-
Virginia
$83,230
470
0.127
Tennessee
$82,680
430
0.149
Colorado
$82,330
-
-
Delaware
$81,970
40
0.100
New Jersey
$81,630
210
0.056
Wisconsin
$81,420
250
0.092
New York
$81,060
760
0.087
Alaska
$80,640
40
0.118
Michigan
$80,300
330
0.085
South Carolina
$80,220
230
0.113
Arizona
$80,210
140
0.051
Georgia
$80,110
-
-
Connecticut
$79,590
200
0.127
Indiana
$79,310
160
0.053
Montana
$78,550
50
0.105
South Dakota
$77,620
-
-
Iowa
$77,600
200
0.136
Illinois
$77,520
570
0.102
Maine
$77,060
50
0.089
Wyoming
$76,960
-
-
Pennsylvania
$76,890
520
0.094
Idaho
$75,110
110
0.153
New Mexico
$74,730
60
0.082
Missouri
$74,120
330
0.122
North Carolina
$73,770
470
0.110
Florida
$72,760
800
0.095
Ohio
$72,500
960
0.186
Louisiana
$71,660
230
0.130
Kansas
$71,370
130
0.101
Kentucky
$68,750
100
0.056
Alabama
$67,700
110
0.055
West Virginia
$67,410
110
0.163
New Hampshire
$67,220
50
0.083
Mississippi
$59,590
80
0.078
California
$116,220
1340
0.081
Maryland
$105,700
-
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