|Pediatrician: A Quick Look|
|Median Salary||$216,069 per annum|
|Entry-level education||Medical Degree|
|On-the-job training||Pediatric Residency|
|Primary employers||Physician’s Offices|
|Number of positions (U.S.)||30,890|
|Job Growth (2012-2022)||18% (Faster than national average)|
|New positions (2012-2022)||+8,550|
What Is A Pediatrician?
Pediatricians are physicians who specialize in the care of infants, children, and adolescents. Read more.
Pediatricians in the United States earn a median salary of $157,610 per annum. Read more.
Becoming A Pediatrician
Pediatricians undergo extensive training in the classroom and in a clinical setting. They must earn an undergraduate degree, gain acceptance into and complete medical school, and complete a pediatric residency program at a hospital. Find out how to begin a professional career as a Pediatrician…Read more.
The job outlook for physicians in the United States is very good, with a projected 24% job growth rate from 2010-2020. Read more.