An orthopedist is paid $2.6 million per year, according to an analysis of a range of publicly available data.
The average salary is $2,095,000, according the American Board of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.
The median salary is nearly $1 million, according data from PayScale.com.
A full-time orthopedists salary in the United States can top $100 million.
But that doesn’t mean the majority of orthopedians make enough to make a living, said Dr. Daniel Tisch, a professor of orthopaedic surgery at Harvard Medical School.
“The median orthopedical surgeon salary is actually below average,” Tisch told Recode.
“And there’s a lot of variability in the salaries.”
Orthopedic salaries in the U.S. are also lower than some other countries.
In the U: United Kingdom, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Canada, United Kingdom.
In Australia: New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, Victoria, Western Cape, South Australia, Western Territory, South Dakota, South Dakotas, South Georgia and South Carolina.
In Canada: Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Surigao, Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, Nova Verde, Ontario and Yukon.
Orthopedist salaries in South Korea.
In 2018, South Korea saw a record-high 3,639,000 new cases of cancer, with the number of deaths in the country jumping from 7,000 to nearly 9,000.
The number of new cases rose from 7.1 per 100,000 people in 2016 to 9.4 in 2017, according an analysis from the Seoul National Institute of Public Health.
“South Korea’s cancer rate is at the highest level in the world,” Titch said.
The country has seen a sharp rise in cancer-related deaths since 2016.
South Korea has seen an increased number of people diagnosed with cancer.
In 2017, South Korean hospitals reported a 2,746 percent increase in the number and number of cancer cases.
“We’re just seeing more cancers,” Tish said.
In North Korea, where Tisch is based, there is no information on how much an orthopedically trained person earns.
Tisch said the average salary for a South Korean orthopedis is around $8,000 a year.
“So I don’t know how you could make it $2 million per annum,” Tich said.
He said the U, South, North, and China were the countries with the highest salaries for orthopedistic surgeons, based on data from the National Bureau of Economic Research.
“In Japan, for instance, they pay $1.8 million a year,” Tiss said.
“That’s about the same as South Korea’s average salary.”
North Korean government salaries The government in North Korea has not released its salary data.
A Reuters investigation found that the North’s government does not pay a lot for its health care workers.
The government pays a relatively low salary for its teachers, who earn around $40,000 per year.
In 2019, the country’s government reported an average salary of $7,500 per year for a school teacher, a salary which has been criticized by human rights groups.
North Korea also has a system where workers receive only a small portion of their salary, but many workers receive salaries in excess of that.
According to an article from Bloomberg, North Korean laborers receive about 30 percent of their wages, or $12,800 per year per person.
The North Korean Workers’ Party pays the salaries to government officials and other high-ranking officials, according a Reuters article.
According the Reuters article, “Government officials in North Korean state media say they receive around $2 billion a year in salaries.”
Tisch noted that the government has a complex tax code that requires companies to report their profits.
The code also prohibits some companies from reporting profits.
“I don’t think that’s fair,” Titz said.
For instance, North Korea’s tax code allows companies to keep profits from exports if they can demonstrate that they made “a significant contribution to the economic development and prosperity of the country.”
In 2017 the country also imposed a ban on private foreign investment in the oil and gas industry, according Reuters.
The United States and the European Union have criticized North Korea for its treatment of its own citizens and for its refusal to provide basic human rights protections.
“They’re just doing this to make money, to make themselves look better,” Titt said.