Salary for Urologists

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Urologists focus on the care of the genitourinary tract and renal glands. They examine, diagnose and treat benign and malignant conditions which affect these systems, and use equipment such as radiographs and fluoroscopes. Additionally, these physicians may attempt to treat conditions using alternatives to surgery, and perform surgeries when necessary. They may prescribe medicine to treat conditions affecting the genitourinary system and renal glands, and may direct and supervise the work of other medical staff and interns. A doctoral or professiona degree and additional licensing may are required for this occupation.

An Urologist usually receives wages of between 144000 - 216000 based on experience and talent. Urologists get an average salary of One Hundred Eighty Seven Thousand Four Hundred dollars yearly.

Urologists are paid most highly in Minnesota, which has pay of approximately $218180. People in this career group are paid the highest in Finance and Insurance, where they receive average pay scales of $207270.

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The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 36.18 percent nationwide in that time.
Urologists tend to make the most in the following industries
Other Services (except Public Administration) $207,270
Finance and Insurance $185,660
Health Care and Social Assistance $184,850
Management of Companies and Enterprises $178,210
Public Administration $177,600
Manufacturing $157,670
In general, they earn less within the industries below
Educational Services $107,720
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services $136,330
Manufacturing $157,670
Public Administration $177,600
Management of Companies and Enterprises $178,210
Health Care and Social Assistance $184,850