The Highest-Paying Jobs in Every State

But if you’re looking to increase your pay and don’t want to leave your state, a career change may be a better option.

It’s no surprise that where you live can greatly impact  your salary.

In fact, so many Americans started leaving their jobs that analysts started dubbing this period of mass job departures as “The Great Resignation.”

In November 2021 alone, about 4.5 million Americans  left their jobs.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released its State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates.

So if you’re looking for a career change or are just curious about which profession brings in the most bucks in your state, look no further  than this list.

1. Alabama

Career: Obstetricians and Gynecologists Average Salary: $269,920

2. Alaska

Career: General Internal Medicine Physicians Average Salary: $282,730

3. Arizona

Career: Anesthesiologists Average Salary: $285,470

4. Arkansas

Career: Obstetricians and Gynecologists Average Salary: $258,940

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