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How much do podiatrists make? 

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that podiatrists make a mean annual income of $151,110 as of May 2020, which is approximately $72.65 per hour. The lowest 10 percent of podiatrists earned less than $55,230, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $196,030.

How much do podiatrists earn in each state?

The table below compares podiatrist salaries across states and U.S. territories (Source: BLS Occupational Employment and Wages May 2020). You can also find data for the number of podiatrists in each state as well as the number of podiatrists per 1,000 jobs—a figure that can help you determine the job's popularity in a given location. Not all locations have employment statistics. 

Podiatrist Salary
Location
Annual Salary
in location
Employment
In location
Employment per 1,000 jobs
Delaware
-
80
0.197
Hawaii
-
50
0.079
Virginia
-
230
0.063
Rhode Island
$99,690
60
0.134
California
$82,450
910
0.055
Maine
$201,680
40
0.071
Nebraska
$184,560
60
0.066
Utah
$179,290
-
-
Oklahoma
$173,860
40
0.029
Massachusetts
$169,970
220
0.065
New Hampshire
$167,760
30
0.054
North Carolina
$163,890
210
0.049
South Carolina
$158,120
100
0.051
Mississippi
$155,740
30
0.031
Michigan
$152,790
350
0.089
New York
$151,610
1050
0.121
Ohio
$151,010
340
0.066
Wisconsin
$149,600
140
0.053
Washington
$148,030
160
0.050
Minnesota
$144,210
160
0.060
Louisiana
$142,900
50
0.027
Missouri
$141,920
130
0.047
Tennessee
$141,730
60
0.020
Montana
$139,270
40
0.098
New Jersey
$138,640
330
0.088
New Mexico
$134,800
70
0.094
Texas
$131,020
470
0.039
Maryland
$130,500
240
0.096
Colorado
$128,030
70
0.027
Georgia
$127,640
410
0.095
Pennsylvania
$125,570
550
0.100
Oregon
$123,340
60
0.033
Arizona
$122,790
270
0.094
Illinois
$118,840
560
0.099
Iowa
$116,640
110
0.073
Kansas
$112,270
60
0.042
Kentucky
$109,600
70
0.039
Florida
$105,290
880
0.104
Alabama
$104,270
130
0.070
Indiana
$104,220
260
0.090
Arkansas
$100,360
50
0.044