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Audiologist Salary

Audiology Salaries By Percentile
Percentile 10% 25% 50% 75% 90%
Hourly Wage $21.07 $27.08 $33.52 $40.88 $48.62
Annual Wage $43,820 $56,330 $69,720 $85,040 $101,130

How much does an audiologist make? The average audiology salary was $69,720 in 2012, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The top 10% of audiologists earned over $100,000 per year.

An audiologist can expect to work full time. An audiologist does not have to be overly concerned about emergency calls outside of office hours, although occasional emergencies may necessitate meeting a patient at an emergency room. Some audiologists must travel to various facilities as part of their work. Audiologists often travel to schools in order to perform routine hearing examinations on school children. Audiologists may decide to specialize in hearing disorders of elderly patients, although some choose to work with diagnosing hearing problems in children. A breakdown of the full process of becoming an Audiologist can be found here.


Top Paying Industries

Industry Employment % of industry employment Hourly mean wage Annual mean salary
Outpatient Care 260 0.04 $39.41 $81,960
Professional and Commercial Equipment Wholesalers 40 0.01 $38.91 $80,930
Specialty Hospitals 240 0.11 $37.89 $78,820
Instruments Manufacturing 70 0.02 $37.55 $78,100
Other Health Practitioner Offices 2580 0.36 $36.03 $74,940

Top Paying States

State Hourly mean Wage Annual mean salary # Employed Employment/1000 jobs
New York $47.09 $97,950 700 0.08
Hawaii $46.50 $96,720 No Data No Data
Washington $45.21 $94,040 300 0.11
Kentucky $42.55 $88,490 90 0.05
Delaware $42.37 $88,120 60 0.14

Salary By State

State 10% 25% Median 75% 90% Jobs (2010) Jobs (2020) Outlook
Alabama $36,900 $51,000 $56,900 $66,400 $74,200 290 400 +36%
Alaska - - - - - - - -
Arizona $26,500 $29,300 $55,800 $71,600 $88,300 200 240 +22%
Arkansas $27,700 $46,700 $57,200 $96,700 $109,800 70 80 +8%
California $43,600 $56,100 $74,200 $90,000 $112,000 1,500 1,800 +20%
Colorado $58,100 $69,700 $83,100 $92,700 $105,000 380 470 +25%
Connecticut $52,900 $60,100 $76,400 $88,000 $94,300 100 120 +23%
Delaware $70,000 $79,800 $88,300 $97,100 $111,900 30 30 +21%
District of Columbia $62,400 $67,100 $75,000 $92,100 $132,000 80 90 +23%
Florida $50,200 $62,000 $70,300 $81,200 $93,100 700 920 +32%
Georgia $48,500 $58,400 $70,900 $85,400 $95,100 660 770 +16%
Hawaii $66,500 $80,000 $89,800 $127,100 $143,200 80 90 +17%
Idaho - - - - - - - -
Illinois $49,700 $65,100 $79,400 $91,000 $102,000 530 670 +26%
Iowa $50,200 $56,500 $66,700 $80,200 $101,100 150 190 +31%
Kansas $37,000 $45,400 $62,100 $74,800 $102,600 - - -
Kentucky $53,800 $59,500 $71,700 $103,500 $120,000 - - -
Louisiana $28,700 $35,600 $47,300 $62,300 $72,000 120 140 +22%
Maine - - - - - 30 40 +17%
Maryland $31,400 $56,800 $67,800 $74,700 $85,800 260 320 +21%
Massachusetts $52,100 $59,300 $72,900 $88,200 $100,800 310 400 +27%
Michigan $48,500 $53,300 $61,300 $71,800 $85,700 480 590 +24%
Minnesota $51,600 $55,200 $61,000 $73,200 $89,300 - - -
Mississippi $43,000 $49,900 $58,400 $68,500 $74,300 100 120 +16%
Missouri $45,700 $52,600 $61,700 $74,900 $87,900 270 330 +21%
Montana $43,000 $48,600 $64,900 $76,800 $105,000 - - -
Nebraska $42,600 $49,200 $59,200 $71,000 $101,300 70 100 +33%
Nevada - - - - - - - -
New Hampshire $63,400 $67,000 $73,100 $82,400 $92,200 90 130 +40%
New Jersey $65,600 $75,900 $84,200 $92,200 $104,700 360 400 +14%
New Mexico $55,300 $64,300 $72,000 $100,000 $114,100 80 100 +24%
New York $51,400 $64,400 $78,700 $98,600 $187,200+ - - -
North Carolina $52,100 $60,600 $68,100 $75,200 $87,100 350 460 +34%
North Dakota - - - - - 30 40 +24%
Ohio $45,500 $57,700 $67,700 $75,600 $88,600 420 540 +27%
Oklahoma $40,600 $62,600 $70,300 $94,000 $110,600 200 200 +1%
Oregon $47,200 $64,900 $77,000 $87,800 $94,300 180 240 0%
Pennsylvania $34,200 $48,500 $58,500 $76,300 $89,700 470 530 +13%
Rhode Island - - - - - 20 30 +24%
South Carolina $40,200 $54,600 $82,900 $94,300 $118,500 130 200 +57%
South Dakota $40,500 $43,800 $52,000 $63,500 $80,300 210 240 +11%
Tennessee $43,800 $50,500 $57,600 $68,900 $84,600 280 410 +50%
Texas $25,500 $50,300 $69,700 $88,800 $110,300 820 1,100 +35%
Utah $37,500 $46,500 $65,800 $79,700 $90,100 90 110 +19%
Vermont - - - - - 40 50 +13%
Virginia $47,100 $58,700 $69,500 $84,200 $101,200 360 520 +44%
Washington $54,500 $64,300 $75,700 $92,200 $172,200 340 430 +25%
West Virginia $45,700 $52,100 $59,900 $68,600 $74,400 110 130 +22%
Wisconsin $55,500 $64,800 $71,100 $77,600 $94,800 340 430 +28%
Wyoming $32,900 $36,600 $66,700 $99,100 $111,700 20 30 +28%


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