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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median salary for physical therapists is. $91,010. Demand for physical therapists is increasing rapidly- 18% growth in jobs is expected in the physical therapy field between 2019-2029. Learn how you can become a physical therapist here.

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Physical Therapist Salary by Setting

  • Residential Care- $97,610
  • Home Health- $95,320
  • Hospitals- $93,060
  • Offices of Other Health Practitioners- $85,680
StateAverage Salary
Alabama$93,310
Alaska$101,190
Arizona$91,930
Arkansas$84,410
California$104,500
Colorado$87,250
Connecticut$100,580
Delaware$97,260
DC$96,090
Florida$85,410
Georgia$88,950
Hawaii$91,090
Idaho$82,470
Illinois$97,060
Indiana$87,960
Iowa$83,640
Kansas$91,850
Kentucky$86,040
Louisiana$91,880
Maine$83,380
Maryland$89,650
Massachusetts$88.320
Michigan$87,610
Minnesota$86,020
Mississippi$91,960
Missouri$84,660
Montana$84,600
Nebraska$86,850
Nevada$108,580
New Hampshire$85,010
New Jersey$100,740
New Mexico$98,580
New York$92,860
North Carolina$86,890
North Dakota$84,880
Ohio$89,620
Oklahoma$92,670
Oregon$90,470
Pennsylvania$90,890
Rhode Island$85,470
South Carolina$84,640
South Dakota$78,850
Tennessee$86,090
Texas$90,870
Utah$86,780
Vermont$81,580
Virginia$94,370
Washington$90,940
West Virginia$90,840
Wisconsin$88,650
Wyoming$90,140

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics