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Medical and Health Services Managers


Schools and Education

What’s needed: Health services managers must have at least a bachelor’s degree and a master’s is expected for many positions. A health administration major prepares the student for entry-level positions although other majors are acceptable. At the graduate level schools offering degrees in public health or health administration are the most common. However more MBA and public administration programs are offering healthcare concentrations and have become popular options.

What you study:

Study topics include:

  • Accounting and finance
  • Human resources management
  • Health information systems
  • Healthcare law and policy
  • Public health
  • Business administration
  • Strategic planning

What courses you’ll take

Below are examples of courses that you’ll likely take as a health administration or health care management student.

Course Studies Purpose
Introduction to Health Administration Introduces the field of health care management including topics such as: history of the field; governing boards; types of marketing in health care; understanding finance systems as used in health care; information systems; human resources; knowledge of hospital plant systems; planning as part of health care administration;and career path options. Provide a base line level of knowledge and understanding of the health care management profession and the health care industry that students can apply to later studies.
Quality Management in Health Care Looks at the processes involved in maintaining operational quality in health care operations. Topics can cover: past present and future evolutions in health care quality management; risk management strategies; developing programs for continuous improvements; coordination of efforts across departments; impacts of government legislation on quality improvement programs; applying data and statistics; patient safety systems; and quality management reporting systems. Prepare students for minimizing risk and improving the outcomes through quality management of their health care organizations.
Financial Management in Health Care Covers a range of financial topics relevant to health care organizations such as: financial statements; short-term vs. long-term assets and liabilities of health care firms; valuation of health care firms; direct vs. indirect costs; cost-benefit analysis; project risks in health care; external financing considerations; costs of capital for non-profit health care providers; working capital; endowment investments; and finance’s roles in strategic health care planning. Give students a foundation for understanding and applying financial management concepts and techniques in the health care industry.
Accounting in Health Service Organizations Shows the application of accounting principles and practices common in health care facilities and agencies. Reviews cost accounting concepts and techniques including: control and measurement of costs; budgeting; and financial-based decision making. Facilitate an understanding of health care industry accounting as it applies to management decisions.
Health Care Marketing Examines elements of marketing health care services such as: price; product; promotion; marketing communications; distribution channels; competition; and customer satisfaction. Introduce students to marketing concepts and skills in the health care services industry enabling them to more effectively take on leadership roles in strategic planning and marketing initiatives.
Health Information Systems Studies review underlying information technologies and their roles in supporting health care operations and management decisions. Topics can include: computer hardware; basics of IT such as e-commerce Internet Intranets and relational databases; data analysis using tools like spreadsheets and databases; file management; electronic medical record systems; insuring accuracy and completeness of data; integration of data between entities such as payers researchers and policy agencies; and privacy confidentiality and security in the context of government HIPPAA regulations. Develop an understanding of information technology and its roles for management within health care settings.
Health Care Human Resources Covers organization behavior and human resources subjects such as: employee behavior; employee motivation; use of groups and teams; measuring performance of staff members; communication; conflict management; recruiting; employee retention; and training. Build an understanding of behavior at individual and organizational levels to help students better lead and manage their health care operations.
Ethics and Law in Health Services Reviews ethics and professional considerations for health care managers including: standards and codes of behavior; patients’ rights; bioethics; and the roles of ethics committees and consultants. Legal topics can include: applicable Federal and state regulations; corporate legal risks; legal constraints; liability; worker safety; director/trustee roles; credentialing and peer review; negligence; confidentiality of patient records; abortions; AIDS and the right to die. Ready health care managers to navigate ethical and legal issues in their daily and strategic decision making.


Video Overview

Introduces the work of health services managers. Created for the US Dept. of Labor.


Certifications and Licensing

Administrators of nursing care facilities must be licensed and some states also license assisted-living facilities managers. Requirements vary and generally include completion of a state training program and exam. Other areas of healthcare management are not licensed.

Certification is voluntary and offered by various organizations as part of professional development. Healthcare executives can become board certified in healthcare management through the American College of Healthcare Executives. Long-term care administrators can also earn credentials from the American College of Health Care Administrators.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

Most health services managers work a regular full-time week. They may work overtime on short notice to manage crises or meet deadlines. As facility representatives they may travel to professional meetings or events.

Work location:

Health services managers work in offices within a variety of healthcare settings. Facilities include hospitals medical practices and clinics. In many positions managers spend time interacting with staff in various departments or visiting other sites.


Recommended Websites

  • U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook ? The site provides an informative overview of the broad healthcare management field. It describes common roles facility settings and the social factors fueling the profession’s growth. To learn more about opportunities also visit sites that focus on health services management.
  • American College of Health Care Administrators ? The ACHCA is a nonprofit professional organization for long-term care administrators. The site has a career section where you can create job alerts and post your resume. It also explains certification options in long-term care.
  • American College of Healthcare Executives ? The nonprofit professional organization ACHE sponsors this online guide to health management careers. The site’s extensive resources include job profiles video interviews with healthcare executives and tips on planning your education.
  • Association of University Programs in Health Administration ? The AUPHA is a nonprofit consortium of schools and other stakeholders committed to advancing education in healthcare administration. The site’s student resources section lets you search for programs at all educational levels and apply to graduate programs through a centralized service. It also lists available scholarships and fellowships.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $95380 $58K – N/A 450 0.26%
AK Fairbanks $90870 $58K – $148K 60 0.16%
AL Anniston – Oxford $71710 $43K – $107K 50 0.12%
AL Auburn – Opelika $82850 $61K – $138K 70 0.14%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $89450 $64K – $144K 700 0.14%
AL Decatur $85930 $54K – $138K 40 0.09%
AL Dothan $99870 $65K – $172K 90 0.17%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $93810 $67K – $143K 50 0.10%
AL Gadsden $75960 $45K – $122K 90 0.28%
AL Huntsville $76360 $46K – $116K 140 0.07%
AL Mobile $93460 $60K – $152K 210 0.12%
AL Montgomery $87780 $58K – $127K 180 0.11%
AL Tuscaloosa $90500 $59K – $143K 120 0.13%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $69580 $38K – $116K 240 0.12%
AR Fort Smith $68010 $41K – $136K 200 0.18%
AR Hot Springs $51080 $33K – $89K 90 0.24%
AR Jonesboro $68040 $50K – $92K 80 0.17%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $78970 $50K – $116K 860 0.26%
AR Pine Bluff $80350 $62K – $121K 60 0.18%
AZ Flagstaff $105800 $55K – $178K 180 0.32%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $90740 $62K – $138K 210 0.47%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $92040 $52K – $165K 4940 0.29%
AZ Prescott $89370 $53K – $130K 140 0.27%
AZ Tucson $79600 $45K – $138K 1080 0.31%
AZ Yuma $104590 $77K – $158K 60 0.10%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $102080 $46K – $173K 450 0.16%
CA Chico $91090 $63K – $136K 130 0.19%
CA Fresno $104380 $58K – $150K 590 0.19%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $88350 $48K – $184K 60 0.17%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $104660 $58K – $172K 7160 0.18%
CA Madera – Chowchilla N/A N/A – N/A 90 0.24%
CA Merced $110180 $59K – $173K N/A N/A
CA Modesto $102700 $65K – $182K 440 0.29%
CA Napa $109050 $54K – N/A 150 0.23%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $107600 $66K – $167K 2580 0.27%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $93980 $61K – $143K 510 0.18%
CA Redding $80150 $59K – $123K 190 0.33%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $105070 $54K – N/A 2110 0.18%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $122210 $64K – $171K 1680 0.21%
CA Salinas $106580 $57K – N/A 230 0.15%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $109450 $65K – $173K 2460 0.20%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $112130 $63K – $186K 1670 0.17%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $130310 $75K – $185K 1500 0.17%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $95540 $53K – $160K 160 0.16%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $104300 $54K – $160K 2150 0.15%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $112140 $56K – $172K 210 0.12%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $112260 $67K – N/A 130 0.15%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $111490 $72K – $161K 360 0.21%
CA Stockton $105770 $63K – $149K 330 0.17%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $115950 $66K – $187K 330 0.27%
CA Visalia – Porterville $83320 $53K – $114K 150 0.12%
CA Yuba City $100390 $53K – $150K 80 0.21%
CO Boulder $82130 $47K – $132K 220 0.14%
CO Colorado Springs $92420 $62K – $143K 430 0.18%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $102450 $68K – $152K 1700 0.14%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $96700 $66K – $142K 230 0.17%
CO Grand Junction $94180 $59K – $142K 190 0.34%
CO Greeley $87800 $50K – $147K 90 0.12%
CO Pueblo $86280 $38K – $120K 120 0.23%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $98260 $62K – N/A 690 0.17%
CT Danbury $96540 $44K – $142K 160 0.24%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $95790 $58K – N/A 1770 0.32%
CT New Haven $100870 $65K – $176K 1120 0.41%
CT Norwich – New London $90650 $59K – N/A 320 0.25%
CT Waterbury $89410 $54K – N/A 250 0.39%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $97340 $65K – $150K 4410 0.19%
DE Dover $75000 $64K – $110K 100 0.18%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $95520 $67K – $156K 630 0.20%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $87000 $58K – N/A 310 0.15%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $86440 $63K – $116K 70 0.09%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $85490 $61K – $154K 190 0.13%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $107330 $68K – N/A 980 0.14%
FL Gainesville $107500 $73K – $148K 260 0.22%
FL Jacksonville $85420 $61K – $161K 640 0.11%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $87370 $65K – $135K 160 0.08%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $95440 $64K – N/A 1230 0.12%
FL Naples – Marco Island $99860 $65K – N/A 170 0.15%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $84150 $61K – $142K 300 0.12%
FL Ocala $80840 $56K – $185K 80 0.09%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $85490 $63K – $147K 1340 0.13%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $87600 $61K – $181K 270 0.14%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $86240 $67K – $133K 80 0.12%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $90270 $65K – $152K 170 0.12%
FL Port St. Lucie $80290 $61K – $116K 180 0.15%
FL Punta Gorda $85450 $64K – $158K 100 0.25%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $74770 $60K – $146K 60 0.13%
FL Tallahassee $101410 $62K – $131K 350 0.22%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $91670 $65K – $132K 970 0.19%
GA Albany $75860 $48K – $111K 100 0.17%
GA Athens – Clarke County $91420 $63K – $169K 180 0.24%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $82530 $50K – $154K 4490 0.20%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $74230 $45K – $123K 530 0.26%
GA Brunswick $56030 $34K – $98K 80 0.22%
GA Columbus $79310 $51K – $138K 410 0.37%
GA Dalton $71530 $52K – $107K 110 0.18%
GA Gainesville $93310 $56K – $139K 110 0.15%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $80270 $38K – $100K 50 0.28%
GA Macon $85050 $49K – $135K 400 0.42%
GA Rome $85250 $64K – $135K 210 0.58%
GA Savannah $76950 $47K – $124K 340 0.23%
GA Valdosta $62470 $41K – $83K 100 0.21%
GA Warner Robins $82480 $55K – $112K 50 0.10%
HI Honolulu $103300 $59K – $147K 910 0.21%
IA Ames $90010 $40K – $126K 170 0.41%
IA Cedar Rapids $66960 $47K – $118K 340 0.24%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $73660 $42K – $117K 550 0.31%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $73890 $44K – $131K 920 0.28%
IA Dubuque $72810 $53K – $101K 110 0.19%
IA Iowa City $84490 $56K – $120K 620 0.74%
IA Sioux City $72210 $46K – $111K 130 0.19%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $70830 $50K – $104K 310 0.35%
ID Boise City – Nampa $73770 $38K – $113K 900 0.34%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $52710 $33K – $105K 90 0.17%
ID Idaho Falls $65580 $37K – $106K 110 0.22%
ID Lewiston $63580 $37K – $120K 70 0.29%
ID Pocatello $75700 $49K – $110K 100 0.29%
IL Bloomington – Normal $88640 $63K – $119K N/A N/A
IL Champaign – Urbana $87780 $54K – $157K 270 0.29%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $91400 $64K – $146K 7470 0.21%
IL Danville $102730 $74K – $136K 40 0.13%
IL Decatur $66870 $49K – $92K 170 0.35%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $63030 $33K – $118K 40 0.10%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $90980 $53K – $146K 610 0.16%
IL Peoria $73470 $51K – $116K 590 0.33%
IL Rockford $74510 $45K – $126K 290 0.20%
IL Springfield $83650 $53K – $171K 330 0.31%
IN Anderson $77860 $52K – $112K 140 0.36%
IN Bloomington $70110 $48K – $116K 140 0.19%
IN Columbus $73920 $45K – $121K 100 0.21%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $76970 $44K – $115K 190 0.17%
IN Evansville $66590 $45K – $97K 390 0.23%
IN Fort Wayne $75960 $53K – $121K 540 0.27%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $80230 $45K – $119K 680 0.26%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $84070 $51K – $138K 2730 0.31%
IN Kokomo $74790 $47K – $111K 70 0.19%
IN Lafayette $82170 $58K – $129K 220 0.25%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $81570 $53K – $116K 110 0.27%
IN Muncie $76300 $44K – N/A 140 0.32%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $77580 $58K – $116K 260 0.21%
IN Terre Haute $68380 $44K – $98K 250 0.38%
KS Lawrence $74440 $48K – $95K 90 0.20%
KS Manhattan $80270 $59K – $109K 90 0.17%
KS Topeka $82590 $50K – $143K 310 0.29%
KS Wichita $72740 $47K – $141K 620 0.22%
KY Bowling Green $74070 $52K – $117K 160 0.27%
KY Elizabethtown $77430 $54K – $119K 110 0.23%
KY Lexington – Fayette $77960 $51K – $155K 590 0.24%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $84110 $51K – $156K 1390 0.23%
KY Owensboro $88520 $53K – $145K 100 0.19%
LA Alexandria $80990 $53K – $115K 190 0.31%
LA Baton Rouge $72110 $45K – $122K 730 0.20%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $82440 $54K – N/A 130 0.14%
LA Lafayette $81210 $53K – $123K 220 0.14%
LA Lake Charles $73650 $52K – $111K 150 0.17%
LA Monroe $71410 $52K – $98K 150 0.20%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $88640 $63K – $144K 800 0.16%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $70370 $50K – $138K 550 0.31%
MA Barnstable Town $103680 $69K – $146K 280 0.30%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $104880 $67K – $181K 5620 0.33%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $80480 $50K – $121K 270 0.32%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $93400 $69K – $139K 320 0.20%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $86510 $62K – $121K 220 0.28%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $106520 $67K – N/A 150 0.26%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $90990 $36K – $136K 160 0.33%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $90760 $62K – $165K 280 0.24%
MA New Bedford $79070 $54K – $132K 150 0.23%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $86950 $53K – $140K 430 0.43%
MA Pittsfield $87230 $58K – $150K 180 0.53%
MA Springfield $92660 $62K – N/A 770 0.27%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $86620 $57K – $129K 70 0.15%
MA Worcester $104090 $66K – $160K 850 0.35%
MD Baltimore – Towson $87940 $57K – $143K 4580 0.36%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $101850 $71K – $153K 3060 0.55%
MD Cumberland $75770 $54K – $96K 120 0.33%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $93430 $63K – $165K N/A N/A
MD Salisbury $74340 $51K – $184K 140 0.27%
ME Bangor $84820 $62K – $126K 200 0.32%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $74930 $50K – $109K 160 0.33%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $78190 $57K – $122K 510 0.26%
MI Ann Arbor $89590 $60K – $148K 580 0.30%
MI Battle Creek $82630 $52K – $118K 210 0.40%
MI Bay City $85570 $63K – N/A 100 0.30%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $96360 $63K – N/A 1720 0.25%
MI Flint $83830 $54K – $123K 510 0.40%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $75020 $53K – $130K 1030 0.27%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $76510 $48K – $107K 150 0.15%
MI Jackson $67110 $42K – $106K 190 0.38%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $77350 $45K – $116K 460 0.35%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $95470 $57K – $147K 800 0.41%
MI Monroe $72150 $36K – $115K 110 0.29%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $81530 $58K – $116K 150 0.26%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $86430 $59K – $165K 150 0.26%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $83980 $50K – $126K 270 0.33%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $77900 $54K – $183K 2630 0.25%
MN Duluth $81560 $52K – $123K 440 0.36%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $80140 $53K – $124K 80 0.17%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $89710 $58K – $152K 3760 0.21%
MN Rochester $117800 $68K – $181K 400 0.40%
MN St. Cloud $99550 $61K – $163K 180 0.19%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $75810 $53K – $117K 120 0.29%
MO Columbia $87100 $54K – $139K 230 0.27%
MO Jefferson City $63500 $50K – $86K 210 0.30%
MO Joplin $62390 $35K – $103K 130 0.17%
MO Kansas City $86850 $55K – $152K 2070 0.21%
MO Springfield $80160 $48K – $124K 340 0.18%
MO St. Joseph $84850 $54K – $123K 160 0.32%
MO St. Louis $81480 $49K – $133K 1900 0.15%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $85610 $56K – $127K 180 0.18%
MS Hattiesburg $61900 $42K – $94K 190 0.33%
MS Jackson $81820 $46K – $131K 700 0.28%
MS Pascagoula $74110 $52K – $127K 110 0.21%
MT Billings $78040 $34K – $127K 180 0.22%
MT Great Falls $84410 $60K – $118K 50 0.14%
MT Missoula $73030 $42K – $107K 160 0.29%
NC Asheville $85180 $62K – $131K 380 0.22%
NC Burlington $95350 $66K – $174K 60 0.11%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $88770 $64K – $154K 1420 0.17%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $98560 $71K – $169K 980 0.36%
NC Fayetteville $90900 $65K – $148K 250 0.19%
NC Goldsboro $84140 $66K – $118K 80 0.22%
NC Greensboro – High Point $86380 $65K – $137K 510 0.15%
NC Greenville $95500 $65K – $145K 200 0.28%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $86830 $64K – $137K 250 0.17%
NC Jacksonville $80900 $64K – $116K 80 0.18%
NC Raleigh – Cary $95070 $65K – N/A 740 0.14%
NC Rocky Mount $88840 $61K – $140K 100 0.18%
NC Wilmington $86950 $64K – $176K 250 0.19%
NC Winston – Salem $96570 $68K – N/A 380 0.19%
ND Bismarck $69330 $50K – $100K 130 0.20%
ND Fargo $73090 $53K – $113K 220 0.18%
ND Grand Forks $81200 $55K – $134K 130 0.27%
NE Lincoln $84350 $51K – $156K 350 0.21%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $80540 $57K – $128K 1210 0.27%
NH Manchester $85080 $63K – $151K 330 0.33%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $76540 $62K – $115K 260 0.20%
NH Portsmouth $77730 $54K – $94K 80 0.14%
NH Rochester – Dover $83040 $50K – $142K 130 0.25%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $97320 $75K – $138K 300 0.22%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $103420 $78K – $150K 1020 0.21%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $100490 $78K – $150K 2030 0.21%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $106360 $78K – $155K 2140 0.22%
NJ Ocean City $111340 $93K – $124K N/A N/A
NJ Trenton – Ewing $99330 $78K – $158K 470 0.22%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $99620 $77K – $126K 80 0.14%
NM Albuquerque $95360 $57K – $160K 910 0.25%
NM Farmington $93570 $64K – $141K 120 0.24%
NM Las Cruces $79700 $46K – $149K 120 0.18%
NM Santa Fe $93660 $66K – N/A 120 0.20%
NV Carson City $85050 $52K – N/A 60 0.23%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $94990 $53K – $163K 1190 0.15%
NV Reno – Sparks $91740 $50K – $146K 360 0.19%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $91050 $63K – $157K 1460 0.34%
NY Binghamton $63620 $32K – $118K 280 0.27%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $84970 $58K – $133K 1230 0.23%
NY Elmira $83700 $57K – $151K 100

0.27%
NY Glens Falls $94730 $63K – $169K N/A N/A
NY Ithaca $80200 $62K – $160K 140 0.29%
NY Kingston $88310 $63K – $156K 170 0.29%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $105030 $73K – $175K 3830 0.31%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $110380 $73K – N/A 16500 0.32%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $90780 $64K – $187K 630 0.26%
NY Rochester $81040 $54K – $147K 1380 0.28%
NY Syracuse $85800 $54K – $148K 690 0.23%
NY Utica – Rome $79580 $62K – $133K 420 0.34%
OH Akron $78020 $59K – $146K 1030 0.33%
OH Canton – Massillon $74010 $52K – $113K 420 0.26%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $87050 $57K – $140K 2680 0.27%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $88160 $62K – $148K 3190 0.32%
OH Columbus $82390 $62K – $139K 2330 0.25%
OH Dayton $85550 $62K – $122K 1060 0.29%
OH Lima $85090 $56K – $122K 160 0.33%
OH Mansfield $78510 $51K – $113K 90 0.18%
OH Sandusky $79910 $63K – $120K 90 0.25%
OH Springfield $88160 $63K – $142K 90 0.19%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $74680 $43K – $116K 160 0.37%
OH Toledo $78340 $56K – $119K 810 0.28%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $69760 $43K – $103K 630 0.29%
OK Lawton $77990 $41K – $128K 120 0.29%
OK Oklahoma City $74210 $43K – $123K 1780 0.31%
OK Tulsa $78370 $48K – $119K 1040 0.25%
OR Bend $77150 $60K – $116K 100 0.17%
OR Corvallis $74870 $41K – $164K 60 0.18%
OR Eugene – Springfield $94830 $68K – $140K 230 0.17%
OR Medford $105640 $60K – N/A 170 0.23%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $101590 $65K – N/A 2010 0.20%
OR Salem $88840 $51K – $138K 330 0.23%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $86230 $61K – $131K 860 0.26%
PA Altoona $78760 $46K – $185K 150 0.26%
PA Erie $69090 $47K – $103K 290 0.22%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $77600 $50K – $139K 790 0.26%
PA Johnstown $52890 $38K – $70K 230 0.42%
PA Lancaster $81840 $52K – $117K 380 0.17%
PA Lebanon $103630 $46K – $150K 80 0.16%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $88580 $54K – $158K 5430 0.30%
PA Pittsburgh $81670 $48K – $134K 2950 0.26%
PA Reading $115110 $65K – N/A 510 0.31%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $71000 $49K – $121K 690 0.28%
PA State College $81080 $52K – $139K 110 0.17%
PA Williamsport $73120 $40K – $138K 160 0.31%
PA York – Hanover $79560 $50K – $168K 220 0.12%
PR Ponce $76700 $33K – $143K 90 0.17%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $55100 $35K – $119K 900 0.12%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $95080 $61K – $163K 1560 0.29%
SC Anderson $69300 $47K – N/A 90 0.16%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $87560 $51K – $143K 840 0.29%
SC Columbia $78630 $50K – $140K 860 0.25%
SC Florence $64930 $39K – $109K 310 0.39%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $68980 $42K – $114K 1010 0.34%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $81630 $51K – $107K 130 0.12%
SC Spartanburg $84860 $49K – N/A 170 0.15%
SD Rapid City $90410 $62K – $125K 80 0.13%
SD Sioux Falls $94690 $60K – $142K 230 0.17%
TN Chattanooga $74770 $51K – $148K 660 0.29%
TN Clarksville $78310 $51K – $118K 210 0.26%
TN Cleveland $84170 $49K – $144K 90 0.26%
TN Jackson $66300 $47K – $96K 160 0.27%
TN Johnson City $77010 $47K – $122K 250 0.32%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $78130 $50K – $119K 260 0.23%
TN Knoxville $78880 $51K – $128K 950 0.29%
TN Memphis $85640 $51K – $134K 1470 0.25%
TN Morristown $68640 $47K – $97K 100 0.21%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $81470 $50K – $149K 2000 0.27%
TX Abilene $73400 $42K – $129K 150 0.25%
TX Amarillo $69280 $45K – $137K 180 0.17%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $79840 $50K – $135K 1260 0.16%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $66490 $44K – $96K 280 0.18%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $78390 $40K – $152K 260 0.21%
TX College Station – Bryan $75480 $50K – $110K 90 0.10%
TX Corpus Christi $80250 $47K – $133K 300 0.17%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $88320 $53K – $149K 3660 0.17%
TX El Paso $79300 $37K – $115K 540 0.20%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $87550 $45K – N/A 1240 0.14%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $102120 $55K – N/A 3990 0.15%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $92600 $50K – $127K 230 0.18%
TX Laredo $73400 $42K – N/A 120 0.13%
TX Longview $80630 $44K – $117K 160 0.17%
TX Lubbock $82030 $45K – $157K 300 0.24%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $82940 $41K – $136K 380 0.17%
TX Midland $73750 $40K – $152K 140 0.18%
TX Odessa $82110 $54K – $152K 80 0.12%
TX San Angelo $67400 $36K – $119K 80 0.18%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $88510 $45K – $125K 1770 0.21%
TX Sherman – Denison $82020 $37K – $110K 100 0.24%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $80340 $43K – $120K 120 0.22%
TX Tyler $78710 $47K – $134K 320 0.35%
TX Victoria $85520 $50K – $134K 90 0.18%
TX Waco $83830 $47K – $122K 170 0.17%
TX Wichita Falls $72210 $39K – $116K 70 0.13%
UT Logan $79930 $49K – $135K 80 0.16%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $80820 $44K – $145K 260 0.13%
UT Provo – Orem $96340 $50K – $168K 230 0.13%
UT Salt Lake City $82840 $49K – $136K 1340 0.22%
UT St. George $79620 $54K – $120K 120 0.26%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $85580 $55K – $161K 100 0.15%
VA Charlottesville $91700 $66K – $126K 280 0.29%
VA Danville $71320 $37K – $111K 70 0.20%
VA Harrisonburg $81800 $48K – $118K 100 0.17%
VA Lynchburg $92130 $63K – $148K 180 0.18%
VA Richmond $89570 $53K – $153K 1340 0.22%
VA Roanoke $90400 $41K – $180K 300 0.20%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $84550 $54K – $133K 1280 0.18%
VA Winchester $105200 $57K – N/A 110 0.22%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $85380 $54K – $137K 370 0.32%
WA Bellingham $77340 $41K – $119K 120 0.15%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $85520 $55K – $128K 140 0.18%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $84950 $62K – $121K 180 0.19%
WA Longview $100770 $66K – $176K 100 0.29%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $80400 $54K – $128K 90 0.22%
WA Olympia $92490 $65K – $145K 250 0.26%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $104840 $66K – $174K N/A N/A
WA Spokane $89400 $60K – $142K 520 0.26%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $105250 $70K – $151K 680 0.27%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $104480 $69K – $144K 90 0.24%
WA Yakima $84490 $44K – $141K 110 0.14%
WI Appleton $84410 $52K – $146K 130 0.12%
WI Eau Claire $96360 $71K – $121K 210 0.27%
WI Fond du Lac $87720 $43K – $147K 70 0.17%
WI Green Bay $74680 $47K – $136K 290 0.18%
WI Janesville $88420 $60K – $131K 130 0.22%
WI La Crosse $86310 $61K – $120K 260 0.37%
WI Madison $91260 $50K – $133K 750 0.23%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $91580 $63K – $155K 1890 0.23%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $81890 $60K – $119K 180 0.20%
WI Racine $82610 $63K – $114K 160 0.22%
WI Sheboygan $102210 $55K – $144K 120 0.22%
WI Wausau $79340 $44K – $115K 130 0.21%
WV Charleston $66890 $41K – $109K 310 0.21%
WV Huntington – Ashland $79520 $45K – $143K 370 0.34%
WV Morgantown $62820 $44K – $118K 260 0.42%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $75450 $45K – $169K 160 0.23%
WV Wheeling $65160 $45K – $92K 190 0.29%
WY Casper $81640 $51K – $134K 70 0.18%
WY Cheyenne $79920 $58K – $120K 190 0.45%

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