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Ohio Public Health Salary – OH

Public Health Salaries in Ohio

The average Ohio public health salary is between 55,000 and 75,000 each year. Earnings are largely based on the applicant's education, demographic location, and experience.  Earnings may also be influenced by the level of demand for a particular position.


Public Health Analysts are low in demand, but they are the highest paid out of most public health officials. People who become public health specialists in large cities like Cincinnati or Cleveland can make between $ 67,000 and $ 70,000, while their counterparts in smaller cities like Akron earn around $ 53,000 per year.

Public Health Epidemiologists, who are among the second highest-paid in the profession, are also in low demand. Students and professionals who go into this part of the profession can expect to earn between $ 65,000 and $ 72,000 per year in all cities but Akron, where Epidemiologists' wages fall around $ 55,000 per annum.

Public Health Educators are in the highest demand, and they also receive a heady salary. On average, Public Health Educators earn $ 69,000 per year, with the lowest wage resting at $52,000 (Akron) and the highest at $ 69,000.

Registered Public Health Nurses are also in high demand but they receive the lowest salary out of the group. Public Health Nurses in Ohio earn between $ 47,000 and $ 62,000 per year, with $62,00 as the average.

Public Health Analyst - $70,000

Akron - $53,000
Cincinnati - $70,000
Cleveland - $67,000
Columbus - $64,000
Toledo - $67,000

Public Health Epidemiologist - $72,000

Akron - $55,000
Cincinnati - $72,000
Cleveland - $65,000
Columbus - $66,000
Toledo - $69,000

Public Health Educator - $69,000

Akron- $52,000
Cincinnati - $69,000
Cleveland - $69,000
Columbus - $63,000
Toledo - $69,000

Public Health Nurse - $62,000

Akron - $47,000
Cincinnati  - $62,000
Cleveland - $58,000
Columbus - $57,000
Toledo - $60,000



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