Anesthesiologist assistant earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Anesthesiologist assistant salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Connecticut $126,320
Washington $122,710
Alaska $120,990
Hawaii $116,230
California $118,500
New York $117,060
Wyoming $118,090
Nevada $119,570
New Jersey $120,700
Minnesota $115,200
District of Columbia $115,460
Oregon $113,950
New Hampshire $112,530
Iowa $107,350
Michigan $108,200
Maine $112,050
Texas $110,080
Idaho $104,290
Massachusetts $110,110
New Mexico $112,330
Illinois $105,660
Maryland $106,940
Wisconsin $111,890
North Dakota $103,590
Nebraska $103,400
Vermont $104,720
Montana $107,210
Florida $104,420
Ohio $105,940
Delaware $105,940
Kansas $103,120
North Carolina $102,180
Oklahoma $103,860
West Virginia $99,730
South Carolina $97,340
Rhode Island $93,370
Georgia $104,460
South Dakota $101,650
Colorado $103,070
Utah $99,710
Arizona $105,120
Virginia $99,980
Arkansas $102,160
Pennsylvania $97,720
Indiana $98,880
Missouri $95,270
Kentucky $94,080
Tennessee $93,010
Louisiana $90,440
Mississippi $90,400
Puerto Rico $22,130

How do anesthesiologist assistant salaries compare to similar careers?

Anesthesiologist assistants earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than nurse anesthetists but more than radiation therapists.

Career Median Salary
Nurse anesthetist salary $168K
Physician assistant salary $92K
Optometrist salary $112K
Nurse educator salary $61K
Pharmacist salary $102K
Anesthesiologist assistant salary $109K
Neuropsychologist salary $101K
Informatics nurse specialist salary $89K
Occupational therapist salary $72K
Radiation therapist salary $82K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)