Psychiatrist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Psychiatrist salary by state

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

How do psychiatrist salaries compare to similar careers?

Psychiatrists earn 11% less than similar careers in Vermont. On average, they make less than surgeons but more than radiologists.

Career Median Salary
Surgeon salary $273K
Anesthesiologist salary $257K
Gynecologist salary $206K
Internist salary $205K
Family practitioner salary $201K
Psychiatrist salary $180K
Immunologist salary $151K
Dermatologist salary $151K
Hospitalist salary $151K
Radiologist salary $151K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)