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Veterinary Technologists and Technicians


Schools and Education

What’s needed: Whereas most veterinary technicians can find suitable employment with two-year associate degrees veterinary technologists typically obtain four-year bachelor degrees. Many community colleges and vocational schools offer veterinary technician degrees. There are fewer degree options for aspiring veterinary technologists. These four-year degrees are currently offered by about 30 accredited institutions including nine online-based universities. Those who wish to go into either field should be sure to choose accredited degree programs that offer extensive instruction in clinical settings.

What you study:

Aspiring veterinary technologists and technicians typically study the following subjects:

  • Biology
  • Animal physiology
  • Basic pharmacology
  • Microbiology
  • Clinical skills
  • Communications

Aspiring veterinary technologists who wish to run their own laboratories or clinics may need to take additional business and management courses.


Video Overview

Briefly introduces the veterinarian technician occupation. Produced for the US Department of Labor.


A Day in the Life

You’ll perform a variety of tests and treatments on the animals in your facility.

As a veterinary technician you’ll probably work in a laboratory veterinary clinic or animal hospital. You’ll be responsible for performing a variety of tests and treatments on the animals in your facility while simultaneously ensuring that they remain comfortable and healthy.

On a typical day you’ll arrive for your shift and meet with the licensed veterinarian who oversees your clinic or department. He or she will impart any important information including an overview of any new animals that have arrived while you were away.

You might place a splint on the broken leg of a dog.

Over the course of your day you’ll work with many different animals. You could start your shift by placing a splint on the broken leg of a dog that was hit by a car. You’ll ensure that the leg is immobilized and any wound is properly bandaged and disinfected before placing the animal in a pen for observation. While you’re in the boarding area you’ll carefully observe the other sick and injured animals at your clinic and note any changes in their appearances or conditions.

As the day goes on you’ll meet with several animal outpatients and draw blood urine and feces samples for diagnostic tests. You might check these samples for heartworm fleas and other common parasites. While you’re performing these tests you’ll also administer a wide variety of injections and immunizations. Over the course of your day you may give a half-dozen rabies shots under the supervision of your veterinarian and take X-rays on several different animals.

Part of your afternoon might be spent in surgery.

Part of your afternoon might be spent in surgery. Cleaning incision sites and administering drugs to dogs cats and other animals in preparation for surgery is an important part of any veterinary technician’s job. Although a veterinarian will perform the actual surgery you’ll be on hand to provide assistance during the procedure.

You’ll also meet with the owners of your furry patients.

Throughout your day you’ll also meet with the owners of your furry patients. If the veterinarian is too busy you’ll have to answer all of your clients’ questions and provide detailed instructions regarding the care of their animals. If their pets need medicine you’ll explain how and when to administer it. Once your office is closed and all of the boarded animals are secured in their cages you’ll go home with the knowledge that you’ve positively affected the lives of multiple animals and pet owners.


Certifications and Licensing

There are two parallel certification tracks for veterinary technologists and technicians. First the American Association of Veterinary State Boards administers the Veterinary Technician National Examination. Aspiring veterinary technicians must take this exam in order to practice in the vast majority of U.S. states. Recent graduates are advised to check with their state’s veterinary board to ensure that they are not required to receive additional certification.

Meanwhile those who wish to work in a research laboratory should receive certification from the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. There are three cumulative certificates:

  • Assistant Laboratory Animal Technician
  • Laboratory Animal Technician
  • Laboratory Animal Technologist

Many aspiring laboratory animal technologists receive lower-level certifications in preparation for becoming fully-certified technologists. Although such certification is not mandatory certified technologists typically enjoy more robust career opportunities and may earn higher starting wages.


Job Flexibility

Full-time versus part-time:

Most veterinary technologists and technicians work in veterinary offices and clinics during regular business hours. Those who work in clinics with animal boarding operations or in laboratories that house ongoing experiments may be required to put in occasional weekend shifts as well. In addition laboratory veterinary technologists are often on call. Some overnight shifts in these high-priority facilities may be required as well.


Recommended Websites

The following resources are helpful for those who wish to pursue careers as veterinary technologists and technicians:

  • American Veterinary Medical Association — The AVMA represents veterinarians as well as veterinary technicians and assistants. Its "Professional Development" section provides resume-building interview and job-seeking advice. It also outlines various opportunities within the veterinary field and contains a robust job-search feature. Prospective veterinary technicians can find information about education requirements earnings and ongoing training protocols here.
  • Explore Health Careers — Sponsored by the American Dental Education Association this non-profit career resource contains a detailed fact sheet on veterinary technologist and technician careers. Those who wish to go into the field can find detailed up-to-date information on salary requirements and statistics-based job growth projections for the coming decade.
  • National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America — NAVTA advocates specifically for veterinary technologists and technicians. Its career resource center puts out an easy-to-read primer on the field and provides practical information for students interested in pursuing careers as veterinary technicians. It also points prospective veterinary technicians to educational programs and credentialing organizations. Finally it allows job-seekers to search for open positions in their respective states.
  • U.S. Department of Labor — This official Bureau of Labor Statistics resource provides updated salary credentialing and education information for prospective veterinary technicians. It also offers long-term industry guidance and employs statistical analysis to estimate how many veterinary technician jobs will be created over the next decade. Although this is a great introductory resource it lacks its own job-search function.


Salaries by City

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $42340 $33K – $48K 140 0.08%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $23530 $18K – $36K 190 0.04%
AL Huntsville $27980 $23K – $36K 120 0.06%
AL Montgomery $30320 $22K – $38K 60 0.04%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $34090 $19K – $46K 110 0.05%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $36480 $27K – $56K 90 0.03%
AZ Flagstaff $23820 $20K – $31K N/A N/A
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman N/A N/A – N/A 50 0.11%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $30040 $21K – $43K 1570 0.09%
AZ Prescott $31620 $23K – $40K 100 0.20%
AZ Tucson $26820 $21K – $41K 220 0.06%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $33440 $24K – $42K 120 0.04%
CA Chico $34110 $23K – $38K 50 0.08%
CA Fresno $31280 $20K – $44K 130 0.04%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $36230 $27K – $49K 1550 0.04%
CA Modesto $27450 $20K – $39K 130 0.08%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $37470 $26K – $52K 670 0.07%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $34740 $24K – $45K 350 0.12%
CA Redding $29170 $20K – $45K 50 0.09%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $30010 $21K – $47K 750 0.06%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $36350 $25K – $58K 720 0.09%
CA Salinas $38610 $32K – $52K 50 0.03%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $34570 $27K – $47K 960 0.08%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $41880 $33K – $51K 500 0.05%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $40270 $27K – $56K 310 0.03%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $28940 $21K – $42K 120 0.12%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $33230 $23K – $44K 1200 0.08%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $38740 $26K – $47K 120 0.07%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $36410 $25K – $47K 110 0.14%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $35650 $28K – $50K 240 0.14%
CA Stockton $26660 $19K – $52K 60 0.03%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $26950 $20K – $37K 90 0.07%
CA Visalia – Porterville $34180 $21K – $39K 40 0.03%
CO Boulder $31440 $25K – $41K 230 0.14%
CO Colorado Springs $32580 $26K – $42K 280 0.11%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $30220 $25K – $39K 1430 0.12%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $28830 $19K – $43K 330 0.25%
CO Grand Junction $26450 $19K – $34K 80 0.14%
CO Greeley $27330 $22K – $34K N/A N/A
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $34320 $26K – $48K 270 0.06%
CT Danbury $29550 $24K – $39K 60 0.09%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $37420 $27K – $55K 390 0.07%
CT New Haven $33540 $25K – $51K 270 0.10%
CT Norwich – New London $42750 $25K – $70K 80 0.07%
CT Waterbury $35200 $27K – $51K N/A N/A
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $38960 $27K – $50K 600 0.03%
DE Dover $40200 $32K – $53K N/A N/A
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $33190 $24K – $48K 320 0.10%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $27580 $21K – $41K 220 0.11%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $28280 $20K – $44K 100 0.13%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $25140 $21K – $33K 220 0.15%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $30850 $22K – $39K 700 0.10%
FL Gainesville $29860 $21K – $41K 380 0.32%
FL Jacksonville $23340 $20K – $34K 600 0.10%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $24820 $18K – $33K 200 0.10%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $24940 $20K – $43K 520 0.05%
FL Naples – Marco Island $29620 $25K – $37K 130 0.11%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $27930 $22K – $36K 330 0.14%
FL Ocala $32790 $22K – $38K 180 0.21%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $26760 $19K – $36K 700 0.07%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $27160 $21K – $36K 260 0.14%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $24790 $21K – $34K 50 0.07%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $24740 $20K – $34K 110 0.07%
FL Port St. Lucie $29100 $22K – $38K 160 0.13%
FL Punta Gorda $31590 $25K – $38K 60 0.14%
FL Sebastian – Vero Beach $26840 $18K – $38K 70 0.15%
FL Tallahassee $24130 $17K – $30K 210 0.13%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $28810 $25K – $37K 1240 0.11%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $29260 $19K – $38K 480 0.10%
GA Athens – Clarke County $33190 $21K – $47K 60 0.08%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $28900 $19K – $39K 1260 0.06%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $27970 $20K – $44K 110 0.05%
GA Savannah $28960 $19K – $40K 140 0.09%
HI Honolulu $29600 $20K – $37K 220 0.05%
IA Ames $38410 $21K – $53K 90 0.21%
IA Cedar Rapids $30340 $25K – $37K 70 0.05%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $29250 $25K – $37K 100 0.05%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $29350 $21K – $42K 190 0.06%
IA Sioux City $25420 $21K – $31K N/A N/A
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $27300 $21K – $36K 30 0.04%
ID Boise City – Nampa $30220 $25K – $38K 240 0.09%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $25610 $20K – $32K 60 0.11%
ID Idaho Falls $29140 $19K – $38K 40 0.08%
IL Champaign – Urbana $40550 $32K – $47K 60 0.06%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $28220 $22K – $37K 1610 0.04%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $32710 $24K – $45K 250 0.07%
IL Peoria $31300 $23K – $37K 80 0.04%
IL Rockford $26020 $19K – $41K 70 0.05%
IL Springfield $25990 $21K – $47K 60 0.06%
IN Anderson $25040 $19K – $35K 30 0.08%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $32740 $21K – $45Kter”>$18K – $48K 130 0.08%
IN Fort Wayne $33280 $25K – $43K N/A N/A
IN Gary (Metro Area) $23840 $19K – $37K 120 0.05%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $27870 $20K – $40K 530 0.06%
IN Lafayette $30510 $21K – $43K N/A N/A
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $31650 $21K – $50K N/A N/A
IN Terre Haute $18980 $16K – $27K 50 0.08%
KS Topeka $26750 $21K – $34K N/A N/A
KS Wichita $29700 $25K – $44K N/A N/A
KY Lexington – Fayette $28040 $18K – $38K 340 0.14%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $24990 $18K – $37K 380 0.06%
LA Baton Rouge $22750 $20K – $31K N/A N/A
LA Lafayette $35870 $24K – $48K 120 0.08%
LA Lake Charles $26220 $17K – $33K 30 0.04%
LA Monroe $27100 $19K – $34K 40 0.05%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $27190 $20K – $46K 430 0.08%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $38360 $20K – $47K N/A N/A
MA Barnstable Town $35830 $31K – $46K 100 0.10%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $35820 $29K – $45K 1210 0.07%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $34710 $28K – $42K N/A N/A
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $36880 $27K – $51K 100 0.06%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $34820 $27K – $46K 90 0.11%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $36840 $30K – $47K N/A N/A
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $32570 $26K – $44K 50 0.04%
MA New Bedford $31210 $22K – $43K 60 0.09%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $31310 $25K – $40K 90 0.08%
MA Springfield $32680 $26K – $38K 180 0.06%
MA Worcester $34260 $26K – $45K 400 0.16%
MD Baltimore – Towson $29290 $21K – $45K 1340 0.11%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $35930 $26K – $56K 700 0.13%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $22630 $17K – $34K 50 0.05%
ME Bangor $30910 $25K – $39K 60 0.09%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $33070 $27K – $41K 240 0.12%
MI Ann Arbor $33630 $24K – $44K 80 0.04%
MI Battle Creek $29210 $20K – $40K 30 0.06%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $34670 $24K – $45K 300 0.04%
MI Flint $28870 $24K – $37K 110 0.09%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $30710 $22K – $38K 190 0.05%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $28680 $25K – $35K 70 0.06%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $33380 $26K – $47K 90 0.07%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $41020 $22K – $55K 140 0.07%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $26280 $21K – $40K 30 0.06%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $32220 $24K – $43K 630 0.06%
MN Duluth $28040 $21K – $37K N/A N/A
MN Mankato – North Mankato $27290 $24K – $32K 50 0.11%
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $31100 $25K – $40K 1030 0.06%
MN Rochester $33950 $26K – $58K 70 0.07%
MN St. Cloud $28020 $23K – $38K 60 0.06%
MO Columbia $34490 $18K – $60K 150 0.18%
MO Jefferson City $26550 $21K – $36K 30 0.05%
MO Kansas City $33040 $24K – $43K 580 0.06%
MO Springfield $18220 $16K – $29K N/A N/A
MO St. Louis $26290 $17K – $40K 700 0.05%
MS Hattiesburg $27970 $17K – $36K 40 0.07%
MS Jackson $28390 $21K – $38K 100 0.04%
MS Pascagoula $23920 $17K – $34K 40 0.08%
MT Billings $23810 $20K – $30K 80 0.10%
MT Great Falls $24750 $21K – $33K N/A N/A
MT Missoula $28140 $24K – $35K 50 0.10%
NC Asheville $29170 $22K – $38K 250 0.15%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $29050 $21K – $38K 740 0.09%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $22520 $17K – $38K N/A N/A
NC Fayetteville $25140 $19K – $33K 120 0.09%
NC Greensboro – High Point $24620 $20K – $37K 170 0.05%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $26250 $21K – $35K 90 0.06%
NC Raleigh – Cary $28140 $21K – $43K 590 0.11%
NC Wilmington $26300 $20K – $36K 200 0.15%
NC Winston – Salem $29730 $20K – $40K 160 0.08%
ND Bismarck $30020 $21K – $39K 30 0.05%
ND Fargo $29770 $23K – $37K 80 0.06%
NE Lincoln $32340 $19K – $38K 90 0.06%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $29110 $23K – $38K 220 0.05%
NH Manchester $29720 $25K – $41K 90 0.09%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $33970 $24K – $40K 110 0.09%
NH Portsmouth $29860 $25K – $38K 80 0.15%
NH Rochester – Dover $30770 $25K – $39K 60 0.12%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $29600 $26K – $38K 60 0.04%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $32780 $25K – $39K 370 0.07%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $32540 $22K – $48K 630 0.06%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $28320 $22K – $59K 180 0.02%
NJ Ocean City $28680 $22K – $47K 40 0.11%
NJ Trenton – Ewing $30540 $25K – $44K 90 0.04%
NM Albuquerque $28840 $22K – $47K 250 0.07%
NM Las Cruces $33400 $20K – $47K 30 0.05%
NM Santa Fe $35070 $24K – $46K 60 0.11%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $30720 $18K – $44K 400 0.05%
NV Reno – Sparks $39860 $32K – $48K 80 0.04%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $35470 $23K – $47K 200 0.05%
NY Binghamton $30590 $22K – $41K 50 0.05%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $31840 $26K – $39K 320 0.06%
NY Ithaca $36660 $27K – $47K 40 0.08%
NY Kingston $34320 $29K – $39K 40 0.06%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $35660 $28K – $47K 1000 0.08%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $40540 $25K – $59K 1100 0.02%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $40280 $33K – $59K 180 0.07%
NY Rochester $29820 $24K – $38K 400 0.08%
NY Syracuse $33050 $19K – $47K 290 0.10%
NY Utica – Rome $33050 $26K – $42K 70 0.06%
OH Akron $30350 $21K – $42K 130 0.04%
OH Canton – Massillon $24450 $21K – $43K 50 0.03%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $30320 $25K – $38K 490 0.05%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $28830 $24K – $37K 300 0.03%
OH Columbus $30750 $23K – $43K 1060 0.12%
OH Dayton $24160 $18K – $39K 390 0.10%
OH Springfield $27130 $21K – $40K 40 0.08%
OH Toledo $28090 $22K – $38K 130 0.04%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $27090 $21K – $35K 130 0.06%
OK Oklahoma City $29270 $25K – $37K 240 0.04%
OK Tulsa $22090 $19K – $30K N/A N/A
OR Bend $33370 $24K – $41K 100 0.17%
OR Corvallis $31920 $26K – $42K 60 0.18%
OR Eugene – Springfield $24690 $21K – $39K 180 0.14%
OR Medford $28990 $22K – $40K 100 0.13%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $34860 $25K – $44K 840 0.08%
OR Salem $32070 $20K – $44K 130 0.09%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $31030 $19K – $38K 220 0.07%
PA Erie $19150 $16K – $37K 80 0.06%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $31610 $23K – $46K 140 0.05%
PA Lancaster $27780 $21K – $41K 110 0.05%
PA Lebanon $31350 $22K – $39K 40 0.09%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $40220 $28K – $64K 890 0.05%
PA Pittsburgh $32640 $26K – $44K 1200 0.11%
PA Reading $29940 $24K – $38K 120 0.07%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $31980 $26K – $38K 110 0.05%
PA State College $27110 $21K – $35K 50 0.08%
PA York – Hanover $29800 $21K – $41K 190 0.11%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $23590 $19K – $44K N/A N/A
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $28600 $22K – $38K 530 0.10%
SC Anderson $27640 $20K – $39K 30 0.06%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $30990 $20K – $44K 380 0.13%
SC Columbia $27560 $18K – $51K 220 0.06%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $34950 $21K – $105K 160 0.05%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $27040 $20K – $37K 60 0.05%
SC Spartanburg $25060 $17K – $38K 80 0.07%
SD Rapid City $25990 $21K – $31K 60 0.09%
SD Sioux Falls $34000 $24K – $44K 100 0.07%
TN Chattanooga $22050 $17K – $30K 150 0.07%
TN Clarksville $22270 $19K – $29K 70 0.09%
TN Johnson City $20350 $17K – $28K 70 0.09%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $22930 $20K – $41K 40 0.03%
TN Knoxville $28840 $20K – $39K 220 0.07%
TN Memphis $26450 $20K – $38K 360 0.06%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $27730 $21K – $37K 400 0.05%
TX Abilene $18280 $16K – $27K 60 0.10%
TX Amarillo $22290 $17K – $31K 80 0.07%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $25770 $20K – $34K 830 0.10%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $28700 $22K – $40K 80 0.05%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $23520 $17K – $52K 70 0.06%
TX College Station – Bryan $31220 $19K – $47K 210 0.22%
TX Corpus Christi $26740 $21K – $31K 210 0.12%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $26070 $21K – $34K 1180 0.06%
TX El Paso $25160 $17K – $56K 150 0.05%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $26070 $20K – $36K 700 0.08%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $28590 $18K – $38K 1790 0.07%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $23780 $20K – $34K 130 0.10%
TX Laredo $30730 $24K – $56K 40 0.04%
TX Longview $25160 $18K – $40K 60 0.06%
TX Lubbock $22080 $17K – $33K 110 0.09%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $24960 $18K – $55K 90 0.04%
TX Midland $23640 $17K – $36K 60 0.07%
TX Odessa $24800 $20K – $30K 50 0.07%
TX San Angelo $25990 $18K – $35K 60 0.13%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $28050 $21K – $44K 740 0.09%
TX Tyler $22970 $20K – $30K 90 0.10%
TX Victoria $21470 $17K – $49K 50 0.10%
TX Waco $23330 $16K – $30K 70 0.07%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $25600 $21K – $32K N/A N/A
UT Provo – Orem $27890 $22K – $40K 50 0.03%
UT Salt Lake City $24800 $20K – $36K/td>

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VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $35900 $27K – $45K 50 0.09%
VA Charlottesville $35850 $27K – $47K 80 0.08%
VA Richmond $35970 $31K – $46K 390 0.07%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $33900 $26K – $55K 240 0.03%
VA Winchester $31850 $25K – $44K 40 0.07%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $29960 $25K – $38K 170 0.15%
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $34800 $28K – $43K 90 0.11%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $35270 $31K – $43K 40 0.04%
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $35400 $28K – $45K 50 0.12%
WA Olympia $32070 $26K – $41K 70 0.07%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $33190 $26K – $41K 900 0.06%
WA Spokane $29700 $25K – $37K 110 0.06%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $35020 $28K – $44K 220 0.09%
WA Yakima $27790 $23K – $35K 60 0.08%
WI Appleton $29410 $23K – $38K 90 0.08%
WI Green Bay $32080 $25K – $38K 100 0.06%
WI La Crosse $28480 $21K – $39K 50 0.07%
WI Madison $35800 $29K – $55K 450 0.14%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $31870 $23K – $40K 460 0.06%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $29910 $22K – $43K 30 0.04%
WV Charleston $25180 $19K – $32K 30 0.02%
WV Morgantown $25660 $17K – $37K 40 0.07%
WY Cheyenne $26300 $20K – $37K 50 0.11%

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