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Occupational Profile
Occupation Category
Healthcare practitioners and technical
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Dentists
City, State Workforce Salary (Year) Pay (Hour)
Athens, GA120$135,820$65.30
Cincinnati, OH1,030$140,250$67.43
Danbury, CT250$129,480$62.25
Duluth Metro, MN220$113,100$54.38
Fayetteville, NC180$117,280$56.38
Fort Myers Metro, FL430$122,940$59.11
Hamilton Metro, OH350$138,070$66.38
Jackson, MI200$129,780$62.39
Johnson City Metro, TN210$131,360$63.15
Kankakee, IL90$144,720$69.58
La Crosse, WI80$101,760$48.92
Lancaster, PA500$117,380$56.43
Las Vegas, NV410$130,950$62.96
Lawton, OK40$128,470$61.76
Milwaukee Metro, WI1,730$77,550$37.28
Minneapolis Metro, MN1,470$118,480$56.96
Toledo, OH550$139,930$67.27
Topeka, KS110$108,760$52.29
Vineland Metro, NJ120$123,900$59.57
Washington, DC2,680$117,710$56.59
Waterbury, CT120$101,790$48.94
Wheeling, WV180$91,090$43.79
Percentage Growth Comparative Growth
277.63%
33
305.88%
36
191.30%
22
193.64%
23
170.76%
20
515.77%
61
833.90%
100
228.43%
27
172.77%
20
345.38%
41
105.00%
12
336.49%
40
44.37%
5
107.15%
12
138.77%
16
52.32%
6
416.27%
49
107.08%
12
246.86%
29
87.99%
10
173.14%
20
530.96%
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