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Anesthesiologist Assistants


Salaries for anesthesiologist assistants vary based on the kind of practice (whether the anesthesiologist works individually or as part of a group practice) and geographic location. The U.S. Department of Labor reports that the median annual earnings for physician assistants, which includes anesthesiology assistants, was $101,480 in May 2016. The lowest 10 percent earned $65,620 or less, and the highest 10 percent earned $142,210 or more. Those who worked in general medical and surgical hospitals earned an annual mean wage of $103,570, whereas those who worked in outpatient care centers earned $107,740. The top paying states include Nevada, with mean annual wage of $128,370, and Connecticut, $116,670, in May 2016.

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