Outpatient clinics' physicians under 40 make $61k less than older colleagues — 14 statistics

The earnings gap between older and younger physicians may be slightly smaller in office-based multispecialty groups than in other settings, according to Medscape's 2018 Young Physician Compensation Report 2018.

Here are 14 statistics:

Hospital
1. Age 40-69: $353,000
2. Under age 40: $281,000

Office-based multispecialty group practice
3. Age 40-69: $318,000
4. Under age 40: $279,000

Healthcare organization
5. Age 40-69: $340,000
6. Under age 40: $277,000

Office-based single-specialty group practice
7. Age 40-69: $346,000
8. Under age 40: $275,000

Office-based solo practice
9. Age 40-69: $299,000
10. Under age 40: $249,000

Outpatient clinic
11. Age 40-69: $248,000
12. Under age 40: $187,000

Academic (non-hospital), research, military, government
13. Age 40-69: $253,000
14. Under age 40: $172,000

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