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Medical Assistant Programs and Jobs in Alabama

Prospective medical assistants (MAs) who wish to pursue careers in Alabama should first complete their high school diploma or GED. However, Alabama does not require MAs to be nationally certified to work in the state. The Alabama Department of Public Health does not explicitly define or restrict the MA tasks, duties, and treatment parameters.

Salary and Employment Data for Major Cities Across Alabama

LocationTotal MAs EmployedMean Hourly WageAnnual Mean Wage
Source: Occupational Employment Statistics, May 2013
Birmingham-Hoover1,890$13.67$28,440
Mobile780$11.40$23,720
Montgomery550$11.66$24,250
Huntsville530$13.19$27,430
Dothan410$11.45$23,810
Florence-Muscle Shoals220$9.58$19,920
Decatur220$12.73$26,470
Gadsden210$11.92$24,790
Tuscaloosa190$12.25$25,480
Anniston-Oxford130$11.59$24,100
Auburn-Opelika100$11.83$24,610

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