Audiologist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Audiologist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $48,290
Alabama $73,570
Arkansas $68,730
Arizona $80,200
California $99,300
Colorado $86,660
Connecticut $79,000
District of Columbia $100,260
Delaware $90,220
Florida $65,520
Georgia $71,630
Hawaii $73,110
Iowa $77,270
Idaho $79,090
Illinois $76,180
Indiana $73,360
Kansas $67,580
Kentucky $63,900
Louisiana $63,920
Massachusetts $79,240
Maryland $86,490
Maine $77,720
Michigan $71,620
Minnesota $83,080
Missouri $71,720
Mississippi $58,990
Montana $68,290
North Carolina $68,310
North Dakota $119,130
Nebraska $62,910
New Jersey $83,530
New Mexico $75,000
Nevada $60,210
New York $79,630
Ohio $70,870
Oklahoma $74,290
Oregon $85,040
Pennsylvania $71,750
South Carolina $78,560
Tennessee $71,800
Texas $75,030
Utah $73,000
Virginia $74,530
Washington $83,990
Wisconsin $77,880
West Virginia $63,700
Wyoming $73,680

How do audiologist salaries compare to similar careers?

Audiologists earn about the same as related careers in Pennsylvania. On average, they make less than biomedical engineers but more than acute care nurse practitioners.

Career Median Salary
Biomedical engineer salary $74K
Counseling psychologist salary $75K
Radiation therapist salary $80K
Occupational therapist salary $77K
Speech language pathologist salary $72K
Audiologist salary $72K
Physical therapist salary $72K
Genetic counselor salary $75K
Clinical nurse specialist salary $69K
Acute care nurse practitioner salary $69K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)