Podiatrist Salary

podiatrist-salary-chart.jpgPodiatrists treat and diagnose deformities and diseases of the human foot.

Salary

The average salary of a podiatrist is $132,470 annually. The bottom 10% of podiatrists earns at most $52,530 yearly, while the top 10% earns at least $187,199 a year. The median salary is $116,440 a year.

The best industries for employment are offices of other health practitioners (6,620 employed, $131,980 average); offices of physicians (1,170 employed, $157,590 average); and the federal executive branch (690 employed, $103,620 average). The best industry for salary is offices of physicians, paying $157,590 on average.

The top three paying states are New Hampshire ($186,940 average), Colorado ($182,140), and Maine ($167,070).

Job Outlook

The job outlook of a podiatrist is expected to increase by 23% between 2012 and 2022, which is much faster than average.

Podiatrist Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $43,180 $86,670 NA $112,230
Arizona $46,230 $132,300 NA $147,570
Arkansas $55,950 $112,320 NA $128,260
California $48,670 $92,420 NA $113,990
Colorado $49,480 $97,870 $120,280 $98,190
Connecticut $46,010 $127,330 NA $137,100
Delaware $93,820 $143,560 NA $159,530
Florida $47,430 $123,070 NA $143,040
Georgia $43,380 $112,900 NA $138,560
Illinois $75,760 $125,840 NA $135,420
Indiana $46,120 $141,590 NA $158,770
Iowa $45,140 $136,170 NA $130,740
Kansas $77,670 $104,060 NA $128,180
Kentucky $77,550 $108,740 NA $127,980
Louisiana $81,190 $121,240 $173,700 $122,240
Maryland $51,990 $121,390 NA $144,620
Massachusetts $86,630 $119,910 NA $144,760
Michigan $40,910 $99,290 NA $126,570
Minnesota $34,920 $158,970 NA $165,270
Montana $50,080 $85,130 $182,580 $102,120
Nebraska $44,210 $104,700 NA $120,090
Nevada $83,910 $117,600 NA $130,800
New Hampshire $123,200 $161,650 NA $187,370
New Jersey $64,640 $100,660 NA $119,930
New Mexico $41,090 $117,530 NA $116,350
New York $73,440 $114,930 NA $128,550
North Carolina $87,860 $140,780 NA $160,190
Ohio $50,600 $111,340 NA $123,870
Oklahoma $81,240 $131,690 NA $139,020
Oregon $38,030 $135,240 NA $131,920
Pennsylvania $62,750 $131,040 NA $143,690
South Carolina $60,750 $106,210 NA $116,160
Tennessee $68,680 $127,250 NA $135,320
Texas $46,280 $108,760 NA $134,310
Utah $41,100 $93,750 NA $120,030
Virginia $62,220 $132,560 NA $150,630
Washington $67,490 $136,920 NA $142,160
Wisconsin $81,260 $148,180 NA $161,900