An audiologist's salary depends on his or her professional qualifications and level of specialized skills. It also depends on geographical location and work setting such as clinics, hospitals and schools.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) conducted a survey of audiologists in the fall of 2014 - the data was gathered from 1,811 audiologists who responded to the 2014 Audiology Survey. The highlights were:
72% of the audiologists worked for an annual salary
the median salary was $69,000 for audiologists who worked nine or ten months (academic year) and $75,000 for those who worked 11 or 12 months (calendar year)
the median salary was $65,053 for those with one to three years of experience
the median calendar year salary was $72,000 for clinical service providers, $76,000 for
university faculty and clinical educators, and $100,465 for administrators
the median salary was $75,000 for those with a master’s degree, $73,000 with an AuD, and $107,574 with a PhD
the median salary was $74,000 for women and $84,563 for men
the median salary was $90,050 for those in California
the median salary was $72,763 for those in suburban areas
the median salary was $78,439 for private practice owners
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