Average Allied Health Professional Salary

$40.48/hour

The average salary for a Allied Health Professional is $40.48 per hour.

Last updated on June 24, 2024. Based on active jobs on Vivian.com.

Where do Allied Health Professionals get paid the most?
StateAverage Hourly SalaryMax Hourly Salary
California$66$87
Virginia$50$69
Idaho$49$60
Colorado$45$56
Arizona$42$56
Pennsylvania$42$57
Massachusetts$41$58
North Carolina$41$48
Texas$38$52
Illinois$38$45
District of Columbia$37$100
Oklahoma$37$43
Ohio$36$42
Alabama$36$46
Wisconsin$35$41
Oregon$34$100
South Carolina$34$39
Connecticut$33$100
New York$33$100
Georgia$33$42
Washington$32$100
New Jersey$32$100
Florida$31$39
Maryland$30$100
Missouri$29$44
Wyoming$28$100
Michigan$27$100
Kansas$26$100
Mississippi$26$32
Kentucky$25$100
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Last updated on June 24, 2024. Information based on active jobs on Vivian.com and pay data from BLS and around the web.

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