In a recent survey, the Associated Press looked at the median salaries for a doctor and surgeon.
The study found the median salary for the top 1 percent of doctors was $155,000.
In contrast, the median income for a person with a bachelor’s degree is $72,000, and for a master’s degree the median is $69,000 according to the National Center for Health Statistics.
The median for a nurse is $55,000 and for an intern, $39,000 based on a median salary of $54,000 in 2016.
The average income for people with a high school diploma is $51,000 while the average income of people with less than a high-school diploma is about $32,000 per year.
The survey was conducted by Harris Interactive from May 16-20, 2017.
The AP and USA Today partnered to create the interactive version of this story.
The data is based on salary information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which has a salary survey and the Census Bureau’s data on earnings, which is based mostly on education.
A salary report is a survey of compensation from a company or individual who does not report salary information, and can be used to compare compensation among workers.
The American Association of University Women has created an interactive tool that allows you to view data on median salaries across the board.
The full list of the AP’s study findings is below: The median income of doctors is $155.0 million.
That’s $9,400 more than the median for nurse practitioners and $17,800 more than for a high college graduate.
The middle-income group has median incomes of $52,400 and $40,000; the lowest income group has incomes of about $12,000 a year, and the top 20 percent have median incomes over $200,000 an annual income.
The top 1% of earners make about $178,000 annually.
Doctors are also much more likely to have a master of science degree, while nurses are more likely than physicians to have an associate degree.
The highest median income earners have an average annual income of $174,000 for men and $193,000 each for women.
Doctors earn more than all but six other professions.
The health care industry makes up about 30% of the US economy and about 13% of all jobs, according to a 2016 study by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
In 2017, health care jobs accounted for about one-third of all workers, but that figure has dropped in the past year, the Kaiser report said.
The majority of health care workers have a bachelor degree or higher, but about a third of those workers also have a high or low school diploma.
The unemployment rate for doctors is 6.5% and for nurses, it is 6%.
In 2017 alone, the US added a record 7,924,000 jobs, with 5,834,000 of those jobs coming from the health care field, according the Bureau for Labor Statistics.
Doctors also hold a much higher proportion of top jobs in health care than nurses do.
The Bureau for Economic Research estimated that medical school graduates were 2.7 times more likely as nurses to hold a top position in their field.
The same study found that the percentage of top doctors with at least a bachelor of science or a master degree in medicine has grown from 8% in 2014 to 22% in 2017.
Health care is the fastest growing occupation in the United States and the fastest-growing employer.
The number of new health care-related jobs increased from just over 7 million in 2000 to 13 million in 2020, according census data from 2016.
That figure is forecast to climb to nearly 15 million jobs by 2030, according an Associated Press analysis of government data.