According to PayScale.com, experienced chiropractors earn a median salary of $68,720 per year, as of September 2015. Factors such as geographic location and the amount of competition in their areas drive this amount as low as $39,423 and as high as $131,231.
Sokanu.com lists the top 10 percent of chiropractors as making roughly $143,760 per year, with the highest-paid professionals setting up shop in New Jersey, Connecticut and Delaware. The top 25 percent generally make around $95,410, while the lowest make around $31,440. The lowest-paid chiropractors tend to have practices in Idaho, Texas and Vermont.
The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the median pay in 2012 as $66,160 per year or $31.81 per hour. This source also expects demand for chiropractic professionals to grow by up to 15 percent between 2012 and 2022.