Internist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Internist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Pennsylvania $208,400
South Dakota $287,890
Wyoming $275,350
New Mexico $267,630
New Hampshire $265,930
North Carolina $260,860
Nevada $260,100
Nebraska $259,500
Wisconsin $251,480
Minnesota $251,310
Oregon $251,050
New Jersey $249,200
Massachusetts $246,240
Mississippi $240,050
Alabama $236,850
Connecticut $236,460
Maine $207,740
Missouri $230,620
Utah $229,850
Alaska $226,770
Virginia $224,700
South Carolina $223,900
Vermont $204,990
Washington $220,150
Colorado $202,210
Arkansas $220,010
Ohio $219,910
Arizona $217,820
Oklahoma $216,910
Hawaii $195,710
Iowa $211,250
Tennessee $207,180
California $200,190
Montana $201,550
Florida $203,050
Kansas $189,720
Indiana $202,360
Illinois $190,200
Rhode Island $180,470
Idaho $195,330
New York $185,620
Louisiana $186,740
Kentucky $182,540
North Dakota $202,350
Delaware $163,000
Maryland $131,150
District of Columbia $85,020
Texas $105,620
Georgia $63,990
Puerto Rico $67,400

How do internist salaries compare to similar careers?

Internists earn 12% less than similar careers in Kansas. On average, they make less than orthopaedic surgeons but more than urologists.

Career Median Salary
Orthopaedic surgeon salary $283K
Neurosurgeon salary $283K
Surgeon salary $283K
Psychiatrist salary $226K
Family practitioner salary $203K
Internist salary $190K
Immunologist salary $187K
Neurologist salary $187K
Dermatologist salary $187K
Urologist salary $187K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)