That’s why anyone with a W2 relishes national salary surveys in their profession.
In Medscape’s annual survey, we learn the average compensation reported for 25 specialties - and how the data changed from the previous year.
The region where you practice also matters when it comes to average pay.
This year, there was a change in how the type of practice setting affected compensation. This year - unlike last - employed physicians made more on average than solo practitioners. In fact, compared to last year’s numbers, physicians in employed situations were up on average by $26,000.
How does your situation compare?