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Pediatrician Salary

Pediatrician Salaries By Percentile
Percentile 10% 25% 50% 75% 90%
Hourly Wage $41.78 $59.18 $74.35 $90.00+ $90.00+
Annual Wage $86,900 $123,090 $130,280 $187,199+ $187,199+

How much does a pediatrician make? The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) says the median hourly wage of a general pediatrician in 2012 was more than $74 an hour, or nearly $155,000 a year. Most pediatricians work in private physician offices and deal with fairly long work days and demanding schedules. However, working conditions vary widely across settings and employment situations.

Among medical specialties, pediatrics pays in the low end, although the income is still substantial. Medscape's Pediatrician Compensation Report: 2013 says the average pediatrician salary is $173,000 a year. The Profiles Database Physician Salary Survey reports the salary of pediatrician subspecialties is higher, ranging up to $395,000 a year for starting pediatric orthopedic surgeons. A breakdown of the full process of becoming a Pediatrician can be found here.


Top Paying Industries

Industry Employment % of industry employment Hourly mean wage Annual mean salary
Offices of Other Health Practitioners - - $91.79 $190,930
Outpatient Care 1,310 .20 $84.47 $175,700
Physician's Offices 22,640 .95 $83.21 $173,070
Specialty Hospitals 190 .08 $81.62 $169,770
Other Ambulatory Health Care 80 .03 $81.00 $168,480

Top Paying States

State Hourly mean Wage Annual mean salary # Employed Employment/1000 jobs
Mississippi $104.74 $217,870 170 0.16
Montana $104.64 $217,640 110 0.26
South Dakota $103.74 $215,770 50 0.12
Nebraska $102.70 $213,610 210 0.23
Oklahoma $98.89 $205,700 180 0.12

Salary By State

State 10% 25% Median 75% 90% Jobs (2010) Jobs (2020) Outlook
Alabama $80,200 $106,800 $149,300 $187,200+ $187,200+ 420 540 +30%
Alaska $128,300 $147,900 $182,600 $187,200+ $187,200+ 40 60 +31%
Arizona $57,100 $118,000 $146,600 $178,500 $187,200+ 550 780 +43%
Arkansas $78,600 $129,300 $145,700 $187,200+ $187,200+ 260 290 +9%
California $78,700 $124,300 $150,000 $187,200+ $187,200+ 6,100 7,300 +20%
Colorado $66,100 $83,700 $134,600 $187,200+ $187,200+ 310 390 +27%
Connecticut $111,400 $131,100 $154,300 $187,200+ $187,200+ 420 520 +25%
Delaware $76,300 $123,500 $143,300 $183,500 $187,200+ 120 150 +19%
District of Columbia $51,600 $55,600 $67,300 $141,500 $176,300 - - -
Florida $87,600 $110,300 $145,000 $187,200+ $187,200+ 1,170 1,460 +25%
Georgia $92,700 $129,000 $154,900 $187,200+ $187,200+ 1,180 1,510 +28%
Hawaii $107,500 $121,000 $155,400 $180,900 $187,200+ 110 130 +13%
Idaho $99,200 $127,500 $146,700 $187,200+ $187,200+ 130 160 +23%
Illinois $103,200 $127,700 $162,300 $187,200+ $187,200+ 790 900 +15%
Iowa $123,200 $136,900 $165,000 $187,200+ $187,200+ 150 180 +20%
Kansas $65,200 $73,400 $131,000 $159,200 $187,200+ 200 250 +27%
Kentucky $110,300 $128,100 $152,400 $187,200+ $187,200+ 430 560 +30%
Louisiana $100,400 $147,800 $185,000 $187,200+ $187,200+ 350 450 +29%
Maine $122,500 $134,400 $155,100 $185,800 $187,200+ 160 170 +9%
Maryland $83,200 $104,900 $121,600 $160,300 $187,200+ 520 640 +22%
Massachusetts $100,800 $129,100 $168,700 $187,200+ $187,200+ 2,000 2,270 +14%
Michigan $103,400 $128,900 $153,100 $187,200+ $187,200+ 290 330 +14%
Minnesota $102,000 $141,500 $171,100 $187,200+ $187,200+ 550 700 +28%
Mississippi $125,900 $165,300 $187,200+ $187,200+ $187,200+ 430 490 +16%
Missouri $56,600 $71,200 $141,300 $179,300 $187,200+ 380 440 +16%
Montana $124,800 $162,300 $187,200+ $187,200+ $187,200+ 90 120 +27%
Nebraska $126,000 $157,400 $187,200+ $187,200+ $187,200+ 170 200 +16%
Nevada $99,000 $104,500 $113,700 $140,900 $173,100 - - -
New Hampshire $123,900 $137,600 $162,900 $187,200+ $187,200+ - - -
New Jersey $124,200 $136,600 $159,200 $187,200+ $187,200+ 1,310 1,450 +10%
New Mexico $126,400 $144,700 $170,500 $187,200+ $187,200+ 270 320 +17%
New York $91,500 $121,100 $155,400 $187,200+ $187,200+ 2,240 2,590 +16%
North Carolina $114,500 $133,100 $166,300 $187,200+ $187,200+ 800 980 +22%
North Dakota $60,400 $120,700 $162,200 $187,200+ $187,200+ 40 40 +17%
Ohio $53,600 $92,900 $127,600 $173,800 $187,200+ 2,140 2,570 +20%
Oklahoma $126,000 $158,700 $187,200+ $187,200+ $187,200+ 230 270 +19%
Oregon $108,400 $150,300 $174,900 $187,200+ $187,200+ - - -
Pennsylvania $104,900 $127,500 $147,100 $182,000 $187,200+ 570 650 +13%
Rhode Island $116,700 $141,500 $173,500 $187,200+ $187,200+ 270 300 +12%
South Carolina $67,000 $98,200 $142,800 $187,200+ $187,200+ 310 400 +29%
South Dakota $150,400 $168,200 $187,200+ $187,200+ $187,200+ 60 70 +23%
Tennessee $96,300 $130,700 $162,700 $187,200+ $187,200+ 460 640 +40%
Texas $102,200 $127,400 $166,400 $187,200+ $187,200+ 3,090 4,040 +31%
Utah $132,700 $158,100 $185,000 $187,200+ $187,200+ - - -
Vermont $59,000 $102,800 $147,100 $187,200+ $187,200+ 170 190 +10%
Virginia $75,900 $107,600 $141,600 $183,600 $187,200+ 610 820 +34%
Washington $110,600 $134,500 $162,500 $187,200+ $187,200+ 770 950 +23%
West Virginia $54,500 $78,000 $123,800 $159,900 $187,200+ 210 230 +10%
Wisconsin $18,200 $128,900 $171,800 $187,200+ $187,200+ 420 480 +15%
Wyoming $85,100 $102,600 $127,800 $165,300 $187,200+ 70 100 +32%


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