Anesthesiologist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Anesthesiologist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Puerto Rico $59,760
Guam $37,340
South Dakota $293,110
Nebraska $290,470
California $288,420
Kansas $287,410
North Carolina $285,730
Ohio $285,000
Iowa $283,990
West Virginia $281,000
Florida $280,390
Arizona $279,160
Oklahoma $278,690
Kentucky $278,590
Pennsylvania $278,010
Indiana $277,000
Louisiana $276,390
Maryland $274,470
North Dakota $273,120
Connecticut $270,210
Colorado $270,180
Washington $268,580
New Jersey $268,550
Hawaii $262,670
Tennessee $262,070
Michigan $261,310
Illinois $261,300
Texas $260,690
Wisconsin $257,450
Vermont $257,240
Idaho $256,450
Nevada $256,120
New York $255,500
South Carolina $254,420
Missouri $250,180
Virginia $232,730
New Mexico $225,800
District of Columbia $212,280
Utah $206,380
Massachusetts $205,960
Arkansas $204,390
Georgia $200,090
Wyoming $191,950

How do anesthesiologist salaries compare to similar careers?

Anesthesiologists earn about the same as related careers in Virginia. On average, they make less than colorectal surgeons but more than immunologists.

Career Median Salary
Colorectal surgeon salary $254K
Cardiothoracic surgeon salary $254K
Surgeon salary $254K
Orthopaedic surgeon salary $254K
Neurosurgeon salary $254K
Anesthesiologist salary $233K
Gynecologist salary $230K
Neurologist salary $224K
Urologist salary $224K
Immunologist salary $224K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)