How much does an Ophthalmologist make in the United States?
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An ophthalmologist salary, according to Medscape, can range from $98,000 to $700,000/yr. A median expected salary for an average ophthalmologist is as high as $254,000/yr while an annual salary for a self-employed ophthalmologist is about $300,000. Based on gender, females receive an average ophthalmologist salary of about $154,184/yr while a median salary for men can be around $247,800/yr.
According to HealthcareStudies.com, the average salary for 90th percentile of ophthalmologists has been around $319,204/yr. Similarly, about 75th percentile of ophthalmologists received $286,167/yr, 25th percentile received $225,029/yr while 10th percentile received $202,402/yr.
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Ophthalmologist Earnings by Seniority
Junior Ophthalmologist Earnings
Junior Ophthalmologists in the United States earn:
Starting Ophthalmologist Earnings
Starting Ophthalmologists in the United States earn:
Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.
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Ophthalmologist salary comparison
Ophthalmologists earn less than 96% percent of Health careers. Ophthalmologist salaries are in the bottom 99% of all careers in the United States.
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Historical salary for Ophthalmologists in the United States
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