Podiatrist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Podiatrist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $143,620
Arkansas $129,080
Arizona $117,100
California $119,560
Colorado $112,230
Connecticut $76,530
District of Columbia $108,950
Delaware $152,440
Florida $125,640
Georgia $109,310
Hawaii $273,040
Iowa $146,340
Illinois $157,650
Indiana $134,670
Kansas $118,050
Kentucky $94,370
Louisiana $128,680
Massachusetts $142,610
Maryland $132,790
Maine $137,780
Michigan $131,860
Minnesota $164,210
Missouri $135,140
Montana $104,090
North Carolina $153,630
Nebraska $219,670
New Jersey $128,850
New Mexico $106,030
Nevada $105,920
New York $128,010
Ohio $138,930
Oklahoma $121,280
Oregon $103,790
Pennsylvania $122,240
Rhode Island $226,030
South Carolina $157,650
Tennessee $135,680
Texas $133,410
Utah $121,270
Virginia $98,510
Washington $109,320
Wisconsin $192,920
West Virginia $154,140

How much does a Podiatrist earn?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reveals the top paying industries for podiatrists:

  • offices of physicians, where podiatrists earn $157,590/yr
  • outpatient care centres, where podiatrists earn $142,620/yr
  • offices of other health practitioners, where podiatrists earn $131,980/yr
  • general medical and surgical hospitals, where podiatrists earn $112,170/yr
  • those employed by the federal executive branch earn $103,620/yr

Podiatrist salaries will also vary according to experience (the following data is from Payscale.com):

  • those with one to four years of experience earn between $62,000 to $125,000/yr
  • those with five to nine years of experience earn between $74,000 and $150,000/yr
  • those with 10 to 19 years of experience earn between $81,000 and $180,000/yr
  • those with 20+ years of experience earn between $96,000 to $200,000/yr

Self-employed podiatrists may earn more than salaried podiatrists, but they are also responsible for the costs of running a business, such as providing benefits for themselves and employees.

How do podiatrist salaries compare to similar careers?

Podiatrists earn about the same as related careers in Rhode Island. On average, they make less than colorectal surgeons but more than urologists.

Career Median Salary
Colorectal surgeon salary $257K
Orthopaedic surgeon salary $257K
Surgeon salary $257K
Neurosurgeon salary $257K
Dentist salary $254K
Podiatrist salary $226K
Psychiatrist salary $204K
Sports medicine physician salary $198K
Radiologist salary $198K
Urologist salary $198K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)