Pediatrician earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Pediatrician salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $268,010
Alabama $220,910
Arkansas $190,010
Arizona $117,260
California $178,480
Colorado $167,750
Connecticut $185,810
District of Columbia $113,540
Delaware $191,720
Florida $146,990
Georgia $162,140
Hawaii $158,660
Iowa $237,030
Idaho $150,390
Illinois $139,220
Indiana $181,390
Kansas $143,380
Kentucky $159,540
Louisiana $99,600
Massachusetts $180,300
Maryland $167,290
Maine $174,860
Michigan $138,830
Minnesota $199,610
Missouri $197,760
Mississippi $258,910
Montana $248,370
North Carolina $153,830
Nebraska $169,440
New Hampshire $200,310
New Jersey $171,400
New Mexico $187,290
Nevada $258,750
New York $172,590
Ohio $152,400
Oklahoma $161,050
Oregon $186,610
Pennsylvania $153,720
Puerto Rico $76,580
Rhode Island $182,200
South Carolina $139,810
South Dakota $190,710
Tennessee $181,740
Texas $161,770
Utah $240,060
Virginia $184,900
Vermont $155,650
Washington $183,720
Wisconsin $266,160
Wyoming $194,830

How do pediatrician salaries compare to similar careers?

Pediatricians earn about the same as related careers in Arizona. On average, they make less than hospitalists but more than chiropractors.

Career Median Salary
Hospitalist salary $229K
Gynecologist salary $202K
Internist salary $218K
Family practitioner salary $197K
Dentist salary $171K
Pediatrician salary $117K
Podiatrist salary $117K
Veterinarian salary $94K
Naturopathic physician salary $64K
Chiropractor salary $69K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)