How much does a Primary Care Physician make in the United States?
Best-paid skills and qualifications for primary care physicians
The jobs requiring this skill have decrease by 51.19% since 2018. Primary Care Physicians with this skill earn +49.81% more than the average base salary, which is $136,210 per year.
|Year||Number of job openings on Indeed requiring this skill||Change from previous year|
|2012||73||increase by 73|
|2013||175||increase by 139.73%|
|2014||783||increase by 347.43%|
|2015||286||decrease by 63.47%|
|2016||471||increase by 64.69%|
|2017||339||decrease by 28.03%|
|2018||1090||increase by 221.53%|
|2019||532||decrease by 51.19%|
Top companies hiring primary care physicians with the recommended skill
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58% of Primary care physicians in the United States think their salaries are enough for the cost of living in their area
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