As of 2015, the average pay for a medical doctor in the United States is approximately $187,200 annually, reports the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Doctors' salaries range, however, based on specialization and region. More »

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The duties of physicians and surgeons involve obtaining a patient's medical history, updating records based on treatment results and findings, ordering diagnostic tests and exams, and creating appropriate treatment plans... More »

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the median pay for primary care physicians, as of 2014, was $241,273, while medical specialists' median pay was $411,852. Physicians and surgeons receive the highest salaries o... More »

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The average salary for a social worker in the United States is approximately $42,000, with the pay range extending from $24,000 to $70,000 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Numbers from 2013 indicate... More »

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the median pay for primary care physicians, as of 2014, was $241,273, while medical specialists' median pay was $411,852. Physicians and surgeons receive the highest salaries o... More »

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Full-time nanny pay can vary greatly, but the average hourly pay for childcare workers is $16.71 an hour as of 2012, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For 40 hours a week this would equal out to a yearly salar... More »

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The median pay reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for a news analyst is $37,090, or approximately $17.83 per hour. This is the reported rate for sports analysts with at least a Bachelor’s degree. More »