According to a new survey, the top 10% of psychiatrists in the United States earn $1.6 million or more per year.
The survey, conducted by the Institute for Psychological Assessment, found that the top 1% of doctors make $1 million or less per year, while the top 5% earn $2 million or $3 million.
The top 10 percent also earn an average of $3.1 million per year on average.
This compares to $2.8 million for the general population.
In total, the survey found that about 1.3 million physicians in the US earn more than $1,000,000 per year while roughly 800,000 earn less than $500,000.
The study also found that while most psychiatrists are employed full time, about 25% are full-time on weekends and holidays, and about 13% are on weekends.
The highest earning psychiatrist in the country is psychiatrist Michael Nussbaum, who earns $1-million annually.
This is slightly higher than his average salary of $1-$1.2 million.
The top 10%: Psychiatrists at the top of the list of earners at the AMA, MD, and M.D. schools are: Dr. Steven Pinker , psychiatrist and co-author of The Better Angels of Our Nature, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Blank Slate; Dr. Timothy Caulfield, a psychiatrist who has written widely on autism, and a psychiatrist in Texas, where he works with families of the 9/11 victims; Dr Michael Nugent, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Northwestern University who is considered one of the world’s leading experts on ADHD; Dr Andrew Kolodny, a professor of psychology at Columbia University who has published many of the best scientific studies on ADHD and ADHD disorders; Dr Mark S. Schacter, who has been studying children and adolescents with ADHD since the 1970s and who has become a leading authority on the issue of the ADHD diagnosis and treatment; and Dr Robert Sapolsky, a researcher and psychiatrist in Los Angeles, California.