Question by  vto (226)

What are the average salaries for surgeons?

My son in law wants to be a surgeon.


Answer by  ronandmelissa (56)

There are many different types of surgeons in the healthcare industry. The overall median salary for a general surgeon is around $170-$320k. The male to female doctor ration is 76%/24%. Trauma Surgeons can earn $130-270k, Physician $140-$310k, Neurology & Heart Surgeon $430-$470k.


Answer by  littleamy85 (184)

The range for salaries for surgeons is between $231,287 and $412,343 but the median expected salary for the united states is $302,827. It depends on experience and location. The length of time it takes to become a surgeon and the amount of money to goto school is a lot.


Answer by  SGividen (652)

Depending on the surgeon's specialty, he or she could make more than $300,000. It takes an individual with intelligence and determination to reach surgeon status and the stress of the medical field is not always worth the high pay and risk involved with such a profession. Talk to surgeons for more information and the profession.


Answer by  Tracey (128)

Surgeon salaries are in a very wide range. It all depends on the region lived in and the years of experience one has.


Answer by  Tigger (40)

The average salary of a surgeon is around $255,000. Please keep in mind that these, like all numbers, does not take into consideration credentials, job market, experience, type of practice. Regardless, you should never have a problem finding employment.

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