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Medical Transcriptionist Salary in Oklahoma - OK

Oklahoma Medical Transcription Salaries

Oklahoma has an unemployment rate of 4.7%, which is less than half that of the United States, with only nine states experiencing a lower rate. Nationally, the field of medical transcription is anticipating a rise of 14% between 2006 and 2106, bringing the number of people in the field from 98,500 to 111,700 during these ten years.


Oklahoma’s job growth rate for the medical transcriptionist field is expected to be as low as 4%, but that figure can be deceptive. St. John Hospital is scheduled to open in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, in June of 2010, and will contain 96 beds plus an adjacent medical office building. As a result, medical transcriptionists should see a rise in the projected numbers.

In the U.S., recent salary figures for medical transcriptionists stand at $32,000 annually. The average Oklahoma medical transcriptionist salary is $29,000, is a little less than the U.S. average, with a range as low as $24,000 to as high as $28,000 for the state’s seven most-populated cities.

Oklahoma City, $27,000
Tulsa, $24,000
Norman, $27,000
Lawton, $26,000
Broken Arrow, $24,000
Edmond, $28,000
Midwest City, $27,000

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