Psychiatrist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Psychiatrist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Idaho $97,980
Arkansas $91,830
Utah $89,550
Louisiana $78,150
Puerto Rico $48,830
Hawaii $269,800
South Dakota $267,520
Connecticut $258,200
Maine $256,270
California $255,790
New Mexico $255,410
Illinois $251,390
Wyoming $251,070
Minnesota $250,550
New Jersey $245,990
Washington $245,990
Indiana $243,630
Oregon $242,020
Arizona $240,660
Missouri $240,300
Nebraska $240,180
Colorado $234,860
Pennsylvania $232,990
Georgia $231,410
Kansas $226,090
Alaska $222,310
Mississippi $221,060
Maryland $215,000
Kentucky $210,680
Rhode Island $203,990
South Carolina $203,800
Virginia $199,340
Nevada $198,640
Florida $198,400
New Hampshire $197,420
North Dakota $196,410
Delaware $196,370
New York $196,350
Texas $193,980
Michigan $193,410
Tennessee $193,310
Ohio $191,440
Oklahoma $187,960
District of Columbia $185,030
Massachusetts $184,610
Vermont $180,080
North Carolina $180,040
Alabama $175,160
Wisconsin $172,860
Iowa $164,940
Montana $164,180
West Virginia $163,840

How do psychiatrist salaries compare to similar careers?

Psychiatrists earn about the same as related careers in Illinois. On average, they make more than surgeons.

Career Median Salary
Psychiatrist salary $251K
Cardiothoracic surgeon salary $243K
Orthopaedic surgeon salary $243K
Neurosurgeon salary $243K
Surgeon salary $243K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)