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 12% less than similar careers in District of Columbia. On average, they make less than immunologists but more than coroners.

Career Median Salary
Immunologist salary $167K
Psychiatrist salary $185K
Family practitioner salary $158K
Podiatrist salary $109K
Internist salary $85K
Pediatrician salary $114K
Naturopathic physician salary $126K
Veterinarian salary $93K
Coroner salary $92K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)