Medical transcriptionist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Medical transcriptionist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $46,711
Alabama $34,307
Arkansas $30,311
Arizona $26,689
California $38,460
Colorado $38,290
Connecticut $34,480
District of Columbia $27,540
Delaware $30,030
Florida $34,300
Georgia $31,970
Hawaii $25,040
Iowa $34,630
Idaho $29,533
Illinois $30,719
Indiana $32,746
Kansas $32,630
Kentucky $33,111
Louisiana $30,090
Massachusetts $35,610
Maryland $42,660
Maine $35,550
Michigan $31,430
Minnesota $42,630
Missouri $34,570
Mississippi $30,470
Montana $32,700
North Carolina $33,550
North Dakota $35,080
Nebraska $34,790
New Hampshire $39,420
New Jersey $42,050
New Mexico $36,610
Nevada $34,770
New York $40,140
Ohio $37,300
Oklahoma $36,950
Oregon $37,820
Pennsylvania $35,780
Puerto Rico $24,800
Rhode Island $37,510
South Carolina $35,480
South Dakota $34,650
Tennessee $32,720
Texas $29,730
Utah $32,380
Virginia $32,030
Vermont $39,880
Washington $37,690
Wisconsin $40,110
West Virginia $33,690
Wyoming $38,840

How do medical transcriptionist salaries compare to similar careers?

Medical transcriptionists earn about the same as related careers in Puerto Rico. On average, they make less than surgical assistants but more than licensed practical nurses.

Career Median Salary
Surgical assistant salary $26K
Radiologic technologist salary $23K
Psychiatric technician salary $23K
Diagnostic medical sonographer salary $25K
Occupational therapist assistant salary $22K
Medical transcriptionist salary $25K
Phlebotomist salary $23K
Community health worker salary $20K
Respiratory therapist salary $22K
Licensed practical nurse salary $22K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)