Race & ethnicity's impact on physician income — 5 insights

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Here are five things to know:

1. White/Caucasian physicians earn the most annually at $303,000.

2. Asian physicians earned the second most at $283,000.

3. Hispanic/Latino physicians followed with an annual income of $271,000.

4. Black/African American physicians earned the least at $262,000.

5. Specialization choice varies based on race:

  • 80 percent of white/Caucasian physicians opted to specialize
  • 75 percent of Asian physicians opted to specialize
  • 72 percent of Hispanic/Latino physicians opted to specialize
  • 70 percent of black/African American physicians opted to specialize

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