Veterinarian earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Veterinarian salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $99,540
Alabama $85,430
Arkansas $76,170
Arizona $93,690
California $107,880
Colorado $90,630
Connecticut $99,970
District of Columbia $93,230
Delaware $110,020
Florida $92,410
Georgia $84,040
Hawaii $184,350
Iowa $88,690
Idaho $89,650
Illinois $102,472
Indiana $87,830
Kansas $87,970
Kentucky $80,170
Louisiana $76,370
Massachusetts $101,910
Maryland $113,700
Maine $87,880
Michigan $84,820
Minnesota $90,750
Missouri $89,230
Mississippi $76,940
Montana $76,910
North Carolina $91,550
North Dakota $88,230
Nebraska $77,620
New Hampshire $94,590
New Jersey $113,860
New Mexico $94,060
Nevada $95,410
New York $105,560
Ohio $95,310
Oklahoma $79,340
Oregon $87,020
Pennsylvania $109,580
Puerto Rico $78,460
Rhode Island $105,050
South Carolina $99,940
South Dakota $77,380
Tennessee $84,330
Texas $99,040
Utah $77,950
Virginia $97,500
Vermont $96,750
Washington $89,180
Wisconsin $83,820
West Virginia $84,310
Wyoming $76,970

How do veterinarian salaries compare to similar careers?

Veterinarians earn about the same as related careers in Hawaii. On average, they make less than immunologists but more than psychiatrists.

Career Median Salary
Immunologist salary $242K
Dermatologist salary $242K
Urologist salary $242K
Sports medicine physician salary $242K
Family practitioner salary $205K
Veterinarian salary $184K
Pediatrician salary $175K
Internist salary $165K
Dentist salary $130K
Psychiatrist salary $143K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)