Audiologist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Audiologist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Washington $99,870
Massachusetts $99,030
Nebraska $98,780
Minnesota $94,800
Nevada $94,690
New York $92,890
Oregon $91,900
Colorado $91,680
Rhode Island $88,600
Texas $88,460
Michigan $80,690
Alaska $80,640
Montana $79,360
Tennessee $79,360
Connecticut $79,100
Illinois $79,050
Georgia $78,670
Pennsylvania $78,670
Virginia $78,670
Hawaii $78,070
Maryland $78,070
Iowa $77,890
New Hampshire $77,740
Kansas $77,630
South Dakota $77,630
Wisconsin $77,450
North Dakota $77,280
New Mexico $77,030
West Virginia $77,030
Indiana $77,020
Alabama $76,770
Maine $76,730
North Carolina $76,730
Oklahoma $76,470
Idaho $75,660
Louisiana $75,320
Arizona $75,110
Missouri $75,040
Florida $75,000
South Carolina $73,950
Wyoming $73,680
Utah $73,000
Delaware $69,570
Arkansas $68,730
Kentucky $68,490
Ohio $65,550
Mississippi $60,320
District of Columbia $120,000
New Jersey $101,650
California $100,870

How do audiologist salaries compare to similar careers?

Audiologists earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than neuropsychologists but more than acute care nurse practitioners.

Career Median Salary
Neuropsychologist salary $103K
Radiation therapist salary $83K
Physical therapist salary $96K
Occupational therapist salary $86K
Genetic counselor salary $80K
Audiologist salary $79K
Speech language pathologist salary $79K
Nuclear medicine technologist salary $79K
Registered nurse salary $78K
Acute care nurse practitioner salary $78K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)