Do you wonder which states in the U.S. are the best for Respiratory Therapists?
If so, we have the full list of best to worst states for Respiratory Therapist jobs for you to check out and see if you think it's time to move and start new.
Because not all states fare the same when it come to job opportunity and pay.
This way, if you are newly entering the job market, or you are looking to change jobs, you know which places are the best for Respiratory Therapist jobs.
To that end, we dove into our dataset of job and salary numbers to figure out which states have the best opportunities for Respiratory Therapists. Alaska is the best state for Respiratory Therapists -- the median salary for Respiratory Therapists in Alaska is $64,864.
The highest position that you can reach as a Respiratory Therapist is Chief Nurse Anesthetist.
The median salary of a Chief Nurse Anesthetist is $180,086.
In order to bring you the best states for Respiratory Therapists, we figured that the states needed to not only have ample job openings for Respiratory Therapists, but also high pay, and good career prospects.
To determine the above criteria, we looked at the our most recent data, and then we ranked each of the 50 states from best to worst for Respiratory Therapists.
Check out the complete ranking and a full description of our methodology below.
If you're interested, you can read more about the job scene here:
2. New York
3. New Hampshire
5. New Jersey
9. District of Columbia