When doctors are getting paid more for treating people with injuries, it’s a good thing.
But for the people they treat, the salary is not as good as it should be.
A new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) has found that the average salary for orthopedists in Florida, where the state is ranked number one in the nation for per capita income, has increased since 2013.
The average annual salary for all surgeons in the state has increased by $1,600 since 2013, and is now nearly $4,000 higher than it was five years ago, according to the report.
In fact, the median salary for a Florida orthopedist was $4.19 million in 2015, compared to $3.78 million in 2013.
The NBER report also found that Florida’s medical school has experienced a surge in enrollees in recent years, and that there is a large disparity in the salaries of medical students in the medical schools of the states where the hospitals are located.
The report noted that Florida has one of the highest percentages of students who have never attended medical school, and there is also a large difference in the rates of non-medicine school graduates, who make up more than 50 percent of the medical school enrollment.
The number of Florida orthopaedic surgeons has increased nearly 17 percent since 2013 to 3,817, according the NBER.
And the number of nonmedical school graduates has increased to 2,836.
The overall number of orthopediologists in the U.S. has grown by nearly 40 percent from 2,738 in 2013 to 4,009 in 2015.
The study found that while orthopedism is not a profession where everyone can afford to make the money they want, there are many people who are making the money.
The authors found that those earning the median annual salary in Florida had seen an increase in annual incomes of $3,500 since 2013 alone, a significant increase.
“There are very few professions where the median is going to be $50,000, so you’re going to see people getting more income out of it,” said the study’s author, University of Florida economist Andrew Zimbalist.
The report also looked at median annual earnings and the amount of income for doctors and surgeons working in Florida.
The median annual income for a full-time orthopedical surgeon was $55,700 in 2015 and $58,100 in 2018, with the average annual income being $61,400.
In 2017, the average full-term surgeon salary was $65,200, and the average for orthopeds was $71,000.
The authors noted that while the salary increase may seem high, the numbers are much smaller than the increases experienced by many other professions.
For instance, the U, S. and Canadian governments pay their medical doctors well above the average salaries of their private sector counterparts, the study found.
The same was true for the U of O, where a full day’s worth of medical training pays an average of $84,000 annually.
The median annual wage for orthodontists was $62,500 in 2017, and $63,100 that same year.
Zimball also noted that, for many orthopedis, they do not have to have a degree in order to earn the money that they do earn.
They can take advantage of the fact that the salary growth has been driven by the increased demand for ortho services.
For example, a recent survey of ortho surgeons found that nearly 70 percent of orthoticists in the United States said that they had a degree or higher.