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If i'm going to be a psychiatrist what would my gross be?

I'm asking because I would like to know what I would earn if I'm a psychiatrist #psychology #pre-med #psychiatry

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phillip’s Answer

$174,170
The median annual salary for a psychiatrist as of May 2011 was $170,350, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The average earnings were $174,170 annually. However, 10 percent of all psychiatrists in the United States earned no more than $67,460 per year -- and 25 percent earned $122,980 or less.

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Richard’s Answer

$180,000-$280,000 depending on location
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Rachel’s Answer

Depending on how much you work and how many patients you see, salary can range from $150,000-$300,000 per year.
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Linda Ann’s Answer

Here's a website for many occupations: www.payscale.com


Salaries vary geographically even within the same occupation. When you have finished with medical school, a residency and perhaps a fellowship as well, it is very likely that you will need to pay off significant school loans. So, you must factor in the cost of going to a professional school after you've finished with your bachelor's degree.

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Alexander’s Answer

Depends on where you live but the lowest geographic area is the North East where it is around 190,000 and the highest area is the West where it is around 250,000. To be honest though, it is highly variable and easy to make 300,000 or even 400,000+.
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