Salary for Dermatologists

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Dermatologists treat conditions of the skin, including skin cancers, bacterial infections and fungal infections. These physicians also often participate in public outreach and education campaigns in efforts to prevent skin diseases and cancers. They educate patients as to skin hygiene and care, and may perform skin surgeries and biopsies to diagnose conditions, improve physical appearance, or control diseases. These physicians may prescribe hormonal agents, antibiotics, corticosteroids, retinoids or other medicines to treat skin conditions. They may also serve as consultant for other physicians. The minimum educational requirement for this position is a doctoral or professional degree and a current medical license.

A Dermatologist can get salaries in a range of $61,380 and $208,000 based on education and experience. get salaries of two hundred and eightteen thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars every year.

make the most money in Maine, where they receive a compensation of just about $279,700. These professionals make the highest salary in Retail Trade, where they can get compensation, on average, of $273,290.

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INDUSTRIES

Dermatologists tend to make the most in the following industries:

Retail Trade
$273,290
Public Administration
$242,350
Administrative, Support and Waste Management Services
$231,700
Finance and Insurance
$230,800
Manufacturing
$226,170
Health Care and Social Assistance
$220,760

In general, they earn less within the industries below:

Educational Services
$107,520
Wholesale Trade
$140,190
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
$169,540
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
$205,550
Management of Companies and Enterprises
$214,320
Other Services (except Public Administration)
$218,280