Chiropractor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Chiropractor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $91,940
Alabama $68,470
Arkansas $34,510
Arizona $68,670
California $63,170
Colorado $56,410
Connecticut $63,060
Delaware $75,380
Florida $80,560
Georgia $59,310
Hawaii $81,990
Iowa $66,700
Idaho $68,530
Illinois $90,620
Indiana $79,890
Kansas $54,370
Kentucky $59,040
Louisiana $65,670
Massachusetts $84,630
Maryland $69,320
Maine $84,170
Michigan $59,590
Minnesota $82,030
Missouri $66,550
Mississippi $79,440
Montana $56,090
North Carolina $78,300
North Dakota $61,810
Nebraska $51,220
New Hampshire $67,970
New Jersey $99,070
New Mexico $67,030
Nevada $77,380
New York $78,960
Ohio $77,140
Oklahoma $58,530
Oregon $66,510
Pennsylvania $75,450
Puerto Rico $37,840
Rhode Island $83,240
South Carolina $69,640
South Dakota $71,770
Tennessee $77,360
Texas $83,730
Utah $46,610
Virginia $63,560
Vermont $50,710
Washington $63,010
Wisconsin $70,980
West Virginia $66,880
Wyoming $60,320

How do chiropractor salaries compare to similar careers?

Chiropractors earn 22% less than similar careers in Washington. On average, they make less than family practitioners but more than coroners.

Career Median Salary
Family practitioner salary $227K
Internist salary $220K
Dentist salary $171K
Pediatrician salary $184K
Podiatrist salary $109K
Chiropractor salary $63K
Veterinarian salary $89K
Naturopathic physician salary $66K
Acupuncturist salary $66K
Coroner salary $78K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)