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Education

What’s Needed:

  • Those who wish to become physician assistants must enroll in a bachelor’s or master’s degree program that can take between two and four years to complete.
  • Most programs are offered through community colleges four-year colleges and specialized medical colleges.

What you study:

Aspiring physician assistants must demonstrate familiarity with a wide range of medical and science subjects including:

  • Anatomy/physiology
  • Pathology
  • Diagnostic techniques
  • Medical ethics
  • Basic surgical techniques
  • Basic emergency medicine
  • Pharmacology
  • Biology


Video Overview

A brief overview of a Physician Assistant career. Created for the US Department of Labor.


A Day in the Life

By the time the parent leaves you’re confident that she’ll effect a positive change in her child’s life.

Like the majority of physician assistants you work in a medical practice that’s staffed by several MDs. Although you thought about finding work at your local hospital after graduating from your PA program you weren’t able to work at night or on the weekends. However you’ve thought about going to work at the hospital once your kids are older. With so many new physician assistant jobs appearing each year you’re confident that there will be a spot open for you.

For now you work in a full-time position at a doctor’s office. If there is a major appointment backlog you might be asked to work into the evenings or come in on Saturday mornings. This doesn’t happen every week. Most of the time you work a regular Monday-through-Friday schedule.

With so many new physician assistant jobs appearing each year you’re confident that there will be a spot open for you.

Today you arrive at the office at 7:30 a.m. The family doctor who directly supervises your work is already attending to the first patient of the day. You greet the office’s receptionist and enter the employee bathroom to wash up and change into your scrubs.

Once this is done you sit down at your desk and check the day’s patient schedule. You’ll be seeing several patients this morning and nearly a dozen this afternoon. This is a typical workload: Despite rapid job growth in the medical profession demand for the services of doctors and physician assistants continues to increase.

As you drive home you smile as you think about the day’s successes.

Since your training and licensing permits you to give shots draw blood prescribe basic medication and perform other medical tasks you typically don’t see the same patients as the doctor with whom you work. She usually sees the more "complicated" patients who have complex medical conditions or require special attention. You handle many of the more "routine" patients.

Your first patient of the day is a nine-year-old boy who’s getting his annual checkup. First you lead him into a special room and draw some blood for routine diagnostic tests. Next you give him a shot of a tuberculosis antibody. This will determine whether he has the early stages of the disease. Finally you lead him back into the examination room and check his reflexes blood pressure and cardiovascular responses. Once you’ve determined that nothing is amiss you hand him off to a nurse for a check of his hearing and vision.

Much of the morning passes in this manner. You give a one-year booster shot to an adorable baby girl change the dressing on a teenager’s arm cast and speak with an older man who has been having diabetes-related health problems in recent months. Since the man’s case is a bit more complicated you write him a prescription for a new type of insulin medication and refer him to the doctor at your practice. Since your doctor is legally required to sign off on the scripts that you write the man will need to see her anyway.

After lunch you have a long conversation with a parent whose child has gained a significant amount of weight recently. You counsel her on the appropriate amount of exercise that her child should be getting and talk about various healthy eating options. She listens politely and seems to understand your point of view. By the time she leaves you’re confident that she’ll effect a positive change in her child’s life.

During the afternoon another one of the practice’s doctors comes by to help clear its appointment backlog. This creates a temporary lull that enables you to sneak away to your office and process some of the insurance claims that your patients have left. While this is routine work that is often practiced by your office’s bookkeeper you sometimes shoulder the burden on busy days.

Time flies when you’re doing paperwork. Before you know it it’s time for you to go home. You wash up change out of your scrubs and bid "good night" to everyone who’s still at the office. As you drive home you smile as you think about the day’s successes.


Certifications and Licensing

In order to practice as a licensed physician assistant those who wish to enter this field must obtain a PA license in their state of residence. Although each state issues its own license the physician assistant test is standardized across all jurisdictions. Known as the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination it is typically taken immediately before or after graduation from an accredited PA program.

Since the medical field changes rapidly PAs must maintain their certification by taking a new exam every six years. Although this re-certification exam is not as rigorous as the original PANCE it requires significant amounts of study and possible enrollment in a continuing-education course. PAs who wish to further their medical careers often apply to medical school after obtaining several years of experience in the field.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

The vast majority of physician assistants work full-time at doctor’s offices clinics and hospitals. Those who work in hospital and urgent-care environments may work irregular hours including overnight and weekend shifts. Those who work in physician’s offices typically see patients for regular appointments and maintain normal business schedules. However it is not uncommon for PAs to work more than 40 hours per week. As such these professionals must often make compromises with their families and employers.

Work location:

Given the hands-on nature of physician assistants’ work almost no PAs are able to work from home. However some part-time PAs may be able to stay at home for most of the time and work on an on-call or as-needed basis. This can be useful for workers who have young families or other responsibilities.


Recommended Websites

The following websites contain useful information for aspiring physician assistants.

  • American Academy of Physician Assistants — The AAPA’s proprietary website provides basic career information for aspiring physician assistants including salary ranges job-growth outlook typical job duties and other pertinent data. It also contains a job-search function and links to master’s programs licensing courses and research papers.
  • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics — The U.S. Department of Labor maintains an updated fact sheet about physician assistant careers. This report contains detailed information about educational requirements salary ranges job-growth potential and workplace expectations. It represents a great starting point for aspiring PAs.
  • American Association of Family Practice Physician Assistants — Although this organization caters to physician assistants who work in the field of family medicine many of its resources apply to the general population of active and aspiring PAs. The organization offers resources for continuing education training and licensing. It also maintains a dedicated job-search function. It is important to note that there are multiple physician assistant associations that cater to practitioners in specific sub-fields.
  • Physician Assistant Education Association — The PAEA specifically focuses on the educational needs of aspiring PAs. With tremendous job growth expected over the coming decade this organization provides detailed primers on new and existing physician assistant programs at many different American universities. Although it caters to the needs of educators as well as students its program-finder interface is particularly robust. As such the PAEA is an excellent resource for master’s-level students.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $91680 $79K – $127K 300 0.17%
AK Fairbanks $104480 $76K – $122K 120 0.33%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $83080 $47K – $105K 160 0.03%
AL Huntsville $88490 $73K – $132K 30 0.02%
AL Mobile $74170 $57K – $95K 70 0.04%
AL Montgomery $96910 $77K – $115K 30 0.02%
AL Tuscaloosa $99850 $47K – $119K 40 0.04%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $85960 $64K – $102K 40 0.02%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $82960 $37K – $114K 50 0.01%
AZ Flagstaff $90410 $39K – $122K 50 0.09%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $85030 $63K – $106K 40 0.08%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $92810 $46K – $137K 1030 0.06%
AZ Tucson $88260 $68K – $116K 300 0.09%
AZ Yuma $84470 $64K – N/A 110 0.19%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $108870 $74K – $146K 190 0.07%
CA Chico $108330 $67K – $146K 80 0.12%
CA Fresno $117910 $80K – $168K 200 0.06%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $106770 $62K – $121K 30 0.09%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $108520 $59K – $145K 1580 0.04%
CA Merced $90230 $78K – $130K 60 0.09%
CA Modesto $124070 $71K – $178K 110 0.07%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $100750 $77K – $143K 910 0.09%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $95820 $76K – $115K 130 0.04%
CA Redding $79270 $42K – $95K N/A N/A
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $90630 $66K – $118K 630 0.05%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $95950 $61K – $131K 570 0.07%
CA Salinas $100310 $82K – $122K 30 0.02%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $96440 $64K – $142K 660 0.05%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $106900 $74K – $155K 400 0.04%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $103700 $58K – $140K 400 0.04%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $124200 $70K – $172K 70 0.07%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $107420 $73K – $135K 410 0.03%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $88950 $78K – $121K 100 0.06%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $121200 $82K – $145K 30 0.04%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $98140 $79K – $119K 130 0.08%
CA Stockton $102110 $80K – $139K 100 0.05%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $107060 $80K – $139K N/A N/A
CA Visalia – Porterville $94640 $78K – $124K 80 0.06%
CO Boulder $92070 $64K – $118K 160 0.10%
CO Colorado Springs $84730 $76K – $112K 230 0.09%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $89030 $60K – $118K 960 0.08%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $102840 $72K – $134K 160 0.12%
CO Grand Junction $76030 $54K – $105K 70 0.12%
CO Greeley $98040 $66K – $120K 70 0.09%
CO Pueblo $89200 $37K – $117K 40 0.08%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $111560 $83K – $143K 320 0.08%
CT Danbury $110510 $95K – $134K 110 0.17%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $102310 $79K – $133K 520 0.09%
CT New Haven $101780 $76K – $122K 350 0.13%
CT Norwich – New London $94120 $79K – N/A 80 0.06%
CT Waterbury $106250 $85K – $124K 70 0.11%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $81580 $42K – $115K 1400 0.06%
DE Dover $92560 $69K – $132K 40 0.07%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $91160 $70K – $115K 300 0.09%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $95360 $78K – $121K 140 0.07%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $97560 $77K – $117K 130 0.09%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $87970 $54K – $119K 320 0.04%
FL Gainesville $91090 $76K – $117K 100 0.09%
FL Jacksonville $88790 $63K – $125K 400 0.07%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $94360 $78K – $116K 70 0.04%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $90310 $60K – $126K 610 0.06%
FL Naples – Marco Island $90330 $58K – $143K 80 0.07%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $84840 $57K – $113K 210 0.09%
FL Ocala $121840 $85K – $145K 100 0.11%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $99800 $74K – $142K 450 0.05%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $85850 $38K – $147K 130 0.07%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $104690 $68K – $148K 40 0.05%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $81850 $65K – $109K 60 0.04%
FL Port St. Lucie $87360 $63K – $129K 40 0.03%
FL Tallahassee $86640 $47K – $112K 80 0.05%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $97440 $75K – $140K 480 0.04%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $100970 $65K – $154K 210 0.04%
GA Albany $90450 $67K – $115K 50 0.08%
GA Athens – Clarke County $85710 $66K – $111K 50 0.07%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $90230 $67K – $126K 1540 0.07%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $82570 $55K – $113K 200 0.10%
GA Columbus $92870 $79K – $127K 100 0.09%
GA Gainesville $124600 $78K – $181K 120 0.16%
GA Macon $86470 $38K – $118K 130 0.14%
GA Rome $92850 $78K – $121K 40 0.12%
GA Savannah $84150 $64K – $110K 140 0.09%
HI Honolulu $84280 $59K – $106K 130 0.03%
IA Cedar Rapids $85940 $64K – $124K 90 0.06%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $99010 $38K – $123K 60 0.04%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $88260 $74K – $111K 160 80 0.09%
IA Sioux City $85570 $75K – $97K 60 0.08%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $64550 $36K – $116K N/A N/A
ID Boise City – Nampa $84900 $47K – $118K 330 0.13%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $84410 $65K – $125K 30 0.07%
ID Idaho Falls $95400 $69K – $118K 120 0.25%
ID Lewiston $99980 $68K – $143K 60 0.24%
IL Champaign – Urbana N/A N/A – N/A 50 0.05%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $84090 $38K – $107K 1200 0.03%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $78530 $65K – $100K 110 0.03%
IL Peoria $87230 $72K – $116K 60 0.03%
IL Rockford $90540 $66K – $117K 90 0.06%
IL Springfield $86610 $42K – $114K 90 0.08%
IN Evansville $88130 $69K – $111K 50 0.03%
IN Fort Wayne $78850 $37K – $95K 140 0.07%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $71750 $56K – $132K N/A N/A
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $84310 $52K – $120K 350 0.04%
KS Manhattan $105220 $80K – $131K 50 0.10%
KS Topeka $90130 $69K – $117K 40 0.04%
KS Wichita $76220 $64K – $105K 370 0.13%
KY Lexington – Fayette $91410 $72K – $134K 170 0.07%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $107890 $76K – $167K 190 0.03%
KY Owensboro $93660 $41K – $146K 50 0.10%
LA Alexandria $71340 $29K – $96K N/A N/A
LA Baton Rouge $77540 $44K – $107K 80 0.02%
LA Monroe $32940 $26K – $78K 50 0.07%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $92320 $68K – $164K 90 0.02%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $81630 $44K – $106K 100 0.05%
MA Barnstable Town $101270 $76K – $144K 50 0.06%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $88870 $34K – $123K 1580 0.09%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $100750 $69K – $120K 40 0.06%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $89460 $63K – $128K N/A N/A
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $94250 $29K – N/A 40 0.09%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $95110 $77K – $123K 80 0.08%
MA Pittsfield $95490 $80K – $127K 40 0.13%
MA Springfield $93400 $47K – $119K 500 0.17%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $104860 $84K – $119K 30 0.08%
MA Worcester $98930 $47K – $122K 240 0.10%
MD Baltimore – Towson $91070 $65K – $118K 1130 0.09%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $97970 $52K – $138K 560 0.10%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $83310 $28K – $98K 70 0.07%
MD Salisbury $105260 $64K – $145K 70 0.15%
ME Bangor $95570 $62K – $117K 110 0.18%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $95190 $77K – $126K 50 0.10%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $94100 $74K – $115K 350 0.18%
MI Ann Arbor $88640 $67K – $115K 390 0.20%
MI Battle Creek $77510 $64K – $102K 70 0.12%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $95720 $56K – $118K 560 0.08%
MI Flint $96160 $70K – N/A 150 0.12%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $83010 $43K – $120K 400 0.11%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $80920 $34K – $108K 50 0.05%
MI Jackson $93830 $68K – $122K 50 0.09%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $85730 $61K – $107K 90 0.07%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $93740 $70K – $121K 150 0.08%
MI Monroe $111500 $51K – $142K 40 0.10%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $88140 $65K – $119K 80 0.15%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $97290 $53K – $133K 70 0.09%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $87770 $65K – $115K 840 0.08%
MN Duluth $92930 $70K – $116K 90 0.08%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $92310 $59K – $127K 960 0.06%
MN St. Cloud $94150 $77K – $113K 80 0.08%
MO Columbia $78290 $56K – $95K 60 0.07%
MO Kansas City $100140 $64K – $140K 480 0.05%
MO Springfield $85990 $74K – $96K 50 0.03%
MO St. Louis $78020 $35K – $109K 590 0.05%
MS Jackson $30620 $26K – $63K 30 0.01%
MT Billings $84810 $65K – $109K 90 0.12%
MT Missoula $77840 $45K – $93K 50 0.08%
NC Asheville $89440 $75K – $121K 230 0.14%
NC Burlington $85310 $66K – $112K 40 0.08%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $91110 $74K – $119K 520 0.06%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $87040 $70K – $111K 380 0.14%
NC Fayetteville $92180 $72K – $115K 240 0.18%
NC Goldsboro $94720 $79K – $119K 60 0.16%
NC Greensboro – High Point $95090 $73K – $117K 340 0.10%
NC Greenville $90400 $71K – $120K 140 0.18%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $92810 $78K – $117K 130 0.09%
NC Raleigh – Cary $89250 $69K – $116K 460 0.09%
NC Rocky Mount $91510 $71K – $116K 50 0.09%
NC Wilmington $90320 $75K – $120K 220 0.17%
NC Winston – Salem $89680 $78K – $118K 420 0.21%
ND Fargo $90290 $75K – $115K 90 0.07%
ND Grand Forks $77930 $56K – $111K 40 0.08%
NE Lincoln $82800 $64K – $110K 120 0.07%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $83780 $66K – $104K 470 0.11%
NH Manchester $92750 $76K – $130K 60 0.06%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $99490 $80K – $120K 60 0.04%
NH Portsmouth $124700 $80K – $146K 40 0.07%
NH Rochester – Dover $101370 $69K – $146K 60 0.11%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $102810 $72K – $119K 70 0.05%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $104110 $82K – $121K 210 0.04%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $95330 $79K – $139K 380 0.04%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $94530 $70K – $119K 340 0.04%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $99120 $79K – $136K 110 0.05%
NM Albuquerque $79190 $29K – $115K 250 0.07%
NM Farmington $84750 $62K – $114K 40 0.08%
NM Las Cruces $38120 $32K – $112K 30 0.05%
NM Santa Fe $89450 $66K – $114K 70 0.12%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $99250 $76K – $151K 700 0.09%
NV Reno – Sparks $92390 $79K – $143K N/A N/A
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $88450 $67K – $114K 420 0.10%
NY Binghamton $91240 $79K – $114K 90 0.09%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $86000 $66K – $113K 340 0.06%
NY Elmira $93050 $78K – $117K 40 0.10%
NY Glens Falls $85790 $65K – $112K 150 0.28%
NY Ithaca $84040 $67K – $94K N/A N/A
NY Kingston $91010 $76K – $113K 40 0.07%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $102190 $71K – $132K 2190 0.18%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $96260 $78K – $122K 4320 0.08%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $93120 $75K – $120K 240 0.10%
NY Rochester $87430 $68K – $116K 650 0.13%
NY Syracuse $89000 $66K – $121K 430 0.14%
NY Utica – Rome $99250 $79K – $126K 110 0.09%
OH Akron $76760 $64K – $94K 150 0.05%
OH Canton – Massillon $81880 $66K – $103K N/A N/A
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $85710 $64K – $118K 280 0.03%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $92790 $77K – $119K 570 0.06%
OH Columbus $87330 $76K – $109K 460 0.05%
OH Dayton $86610 $70K – $111K 220 0.06%
OH Lima $86280 $75K – $96K 60 0.13%
OH Mansfield $95930 $69K – $141K 30 0.06%
OH Toledo $91930 $80K – $114K 50 0.02%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $86720 $63K – $114K 100 0.05%
OK Lawton $85070 $54K – $110K 40 0.10%
OK Oklahoma City $81490 $48K – $114K 640 0.11%
OK Tulsa $96710 $46K – $141K 500 0.12%
OR Bend $96730 $78K – $118K 70 0.12%
OR Eugene – Springfield $100290 $81K – $146K 140 0.10%
OR Medford $94120 $79K – $123K 80 0.10%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $113340 $81K – $166K 520 0.05%
OR Salem $95500 $74K – $143K 140 0.10%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $80900 $47K – $112K 340 0.10%
PA Altoona $79400 $57K – $100K 70 0.13%
PA Erie $65050 $42K – $99K 140 0.11%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $73300 $46K – $110K 300 0.10%
PA Johnstown $68030 $49K – $89K 40 0.06%
PA Lancaster $78510 $44K – $105K 250 0.11%
PA Lebanon $82860 $61K – $94K 50 0.09%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $71940 $41K – $103K 1440 0.08%
PA Pittsburgh $84120 $64K – $106K 1040 0.09%
PA Reading $84240 $63K – $110K 120 0.08%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $69250 $49K – $99K 160 0.06%
PA State College $73850 $61K – $93K 40 0.06%
PA Williamsport $79860 $55K – $102K 70 0.14%
PA York – Hanover $89140 $77K – $111K 130 0.07%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $87180 $79K – $95K N/A N/A
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $100150 $29K – $141K 270 0.05%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $92230 $32K – $130K 150 0.05%
SC Columbia $89230 $61K – $113K 190 0.06%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $80910 $62K – $106K 90 0.03%
SC Spartanburg $91450 $66K – $134K 40 0.04%
SD Rapid City $81570 $66K – $96K 70 0.12%
SD Sioux Falls $89230 $72K – $116K 150 0.11%
TN Chattanooga $87110 $54K – $123K 170 0.07%
TN Clarksville $82570 $71K – $94K 50 0.06%
TN Johnson City $97350 $75K – $143K 80 0.10%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $84430 $49K – $97K 60 0.05%
TN Knoxville $88870 $43K – $118K 340 0.10%
TN Memphis $86320 $51K – $150K 180 0.03%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $87410 $63K – $117K 270 0.04%
TX Amarillo $91800 $69K – $117K 60 0.06%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $91820 $77K – $174K 370 0.05%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $92640 $48K – $118K 80 0.05%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $99370 $79K – $175K N/A N/A
TX College Station – Bryan $97000 $81K – $140K N/A N/A
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $85200 $45K – $120K 1020 0.05%
TX El Paso $89450 $66K – $116K 90 0.03%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $100170 $79K – $143K 220 0.03%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Batown $101980 $48K – $131K 1350 0.05%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $96440 $80K – $117K 140 0.11%
TX Longview $89920 $69K – $119K 50 0.05%
TX Lubbock $91490 $70K – $150K 100 0.08%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $106950 $71K – $144K 170 0.08%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $96630 $30K – $144K 390 0.05%
TX Sherman – Denison $77230 $65K – $142K 80 0.20%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $135000 $93K – N/A 40 0.07%
TX Tyler $114170 $82K – N/A 70 0.07%
TX Victoria $76200 $64K – $115K 50 0.11%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $87930 $75K – $131K 170 0.08%
UT Provo – Orem $88900 $50K – $117K 120 0.07%
UT Salt Lake City $86720 $35K – $114K 440 0.07%
UT St. George $90860 $72K – $119K 40 0.08%
VA Charlottesville $92540 $77K – $147K 40 0.04%
VA Danville $87500 $62K – $112K 30 0.09%
VA Lynchburg $85170 $37K – $112K 80 0.09%
VA Richmond $88460 $57K – $132K 300 0.05%
VA Roanoke $85660 $66K – $112K 140 0.09%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $76030 $48K – $104K 430 0.06%
VA Winchester $90280 $77K – $119K 60 0.12%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $90270 $77K – $114K 150 0.13%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $92290 $72K – $152K 40 0.06%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $89460 $78K – $134K 50 0.05%
WA Olympia $111710 $87K – $140K 70 0.08%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $101140 $79K – $139K 1150 0.08%
WA Spokane $93190 $74K – $141K 110 0.06%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $105340 $81K – $141K 370 0.15%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $96310 $79K – $140K 50 0.13%
WA Yakima $87120 $64K – $116K 60 0.08%
WI Appleton $99220 $81K – $121K 70 0.06%
WI Eau Claire $105320 $81K – $146K 30 0.04%
WI Green Bay $91880 $80K – $132K 100 0.06%
WI Janesville $89230 $65K – $118K 30 0.05%
WI La Crosse $96490 $71K – $119K N/A N/A
WI Madison $86940 $71K – $113K 180 0.05%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $91260 $78K – $116K 580 0.07%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $93230 $71K – $116K 30 0.04%
WI Racine $137660 $90K – N/A 50 0.07%
WV Charleston $84540 $52K – $105K 240 0.16%
WV Huntington – Ashland $85060 $57K – $99K 120 0.11%
WV Morgantown $86890 $64K – $109K 180 0.30%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $84110 $63K – $165K 40 0.06%
WV Wheeling $68470 $34K – $97K 70 0.11%
WY Casper $91050 $64K – $120K 40 0.09%
WY Cheyenne $99090 $47K – $159K 40 0.10%

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