yeah, I thought the same thing when I was looking at them this morning. Several others seem to be very high also.Tezzie said:It seems that some of them are inflated. Allergy and Rheumatology in the Midwest seem quite high.
Greater supply of radiologists = less you have to pay. Supply and demand, I would guess. That may explain some of the other variations as well (higher allergy/rheumatology pay in the midwest).RLMD said:Why do radiologists make so much less in the northeast???
i believe all these surveys report earnings which are net of expenses, like insurance but gross of taxes.chameleonknight said:I think the JacksonHarris survery may be a little high because it is gross pay, while the other surveys were net.
when you are an academic physician you'll make less, but probably see more rare diseases.missbonnie said:I'm sure this has been asked - but what about docs who teach at a medical school AND practice? I'm thinking I might do that for a bit - teach clincal medicine while practicing.
If that's true, then I am American by birth, but Southern by the Grace of God.Mr. Rosewater said:i believe all these surveys report earnings which are net of expenses, like insurance but gross of taxes.