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9 specialties where starting salaries grew in 2023—and one where they dropped


One specialty saw a decline--and it may surprise you

When it comes to choosing a practice specialty, starting salary is among the most important considerations for most doctors. But salaries can fluctuate depending on a variety of factors, such as specialty demand, the location of the job, and a candidate’s experience. factors.

The physician recruiting firm AMN Healthcare, formerly known as Merritt Hawkins, has been studying trends in physician compensation for 30 years. Its recently published 2023 Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentive report analysis of compensation data for more than 2,600 physician and advanced practitioner job searches, including 20 physician specialties, from April 2022 through March 2023. Here are nine specialties where starting salaries increased—and one where they dropped.

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