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Physicians are rewarded well for their years of intensive study, for their long hours, and for their level of responsibility. Physicians who were still in their residencies earned an average of between $51,250 and $67,236 in the 2014–2015 academic year, according to a survey by the Association of American Medical Colleges. The median annual income for physicians practicing primary care was $231,670 in 2013, according to the Medical Group Management Association's Physician Compensation and Production Survey. A number of factors, such as geographical location, experience, and reputation of good work, can determine an allergist/immunologist's salary. In February 2016, reported salaries for allergists/immunologists that ranged from less than $185,166 to more than $304,930.

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