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11 Worst States for Doctors to Practice Medicine

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Doctors should be aware of these 11 worst states for doctors to practice medicine. Despite what some people may believe, the field of medicine is respectable, and not everyone can handle all the sacrifice doctors make. There are however some places or specifically some states that aren’t friendly to doctors. It could be the policies, the events, the people, maybe the environment, but whatever the case, these states just show us that there are better places for doctors to go to.

Worst States for Doctors to Practice Medicine


If there is a worst state, then you can imagine that there is an opposite end of the spectrum. These places are quite in contrast compared to the 11 Best States for Doctors to Practice Medicine.

As doctors, one of the things that you might want to consider before working in a state is the taxes, costs for malpractice and costs of living. All of these amounts to one thing – how much money one has to use.

This list is ranked based on how much you can earn in these states on average per year, however, do take note that these states are included in this list because of numerous other factors and not only salary. These are places that aren’t friendly to doctors. Let’s go ahead and learn more about these worst states for doctors to practice medicine.

11. Massachusetts

Average Annual Salary: $225,000

Massachusetts is known by many as a place that has a lot of world-class medical institutions. The problem is that the situation of the state is not favorable for medical professionals. Taxes are very high and so is the cost of living. A low average salary and harsh winter weather also lessen the prospect of practicing there.

Worst States for Doctors to Practice Medicine

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