Gynecologist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Gynecologist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New Mexico $287,680
Colorado $286,560
Indiana $285,180
Alabama $284,380
South Carolina $283,910
Alaska $281,170
Wisconsin $278,730
South Dakota $274,250
Connecticut $272,080
Delaware $268,530
North Dakota $268,240
New Jersey $267,990
Rhode Island $266,280
Montana $265,440
Wyoming $265,190
Kentucky $263,820
Washington $259,620
Utah $256,950
Ohio $255,560
Florida $255,530
North Carolina $255,100
Massachusetts $254,530
Iowa $254,100
New Hampshire $252,860
Pennsylvania $251,640
Minnesota $247,360
Georgia $242,220
Nebraska $241,350
Hawaii $237,050
Mississippi $234,160
New York $230,250
Virginia $225,630
District of Columbia $225,260
Texas $215,300
Oklahoma $214,640
Illinois $207,800
Maine $207,190
Vermont $206,420
Oregon $204,220
Missouri $203,450
Arizona $202,120
California $201,170
Tennessee $197,080
Maryland $197,010
Kansas $188,770
Arkansas $171,100
Michigan $153,880

How do gynecologist salaries compare to similar careers?

Gynecologists earn about the same as related careers in California. On average, they make less than cardiothoracic surgeons but more than hospitalists.

Career Median Salary
Cardiothoracic surgeon salary $221K
Orthopaedic surgeon salary $221K
Neurosurgeon salary $221K
Surgeon salary $221K
Colorectal surgeon salary $221K
Gynecologist salary $201K
Urologist salary $204K
Sports medicine physician salary $204K
Radiologist salary $204K
Hospitalist salary $204K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)