As personnel costs escalate and competition for quality staff in ophthalmology practices increase, an accurate guide to salary and benefit levels is increasingly essential. The Ophthalmology Staff Salary Survey provides nationwide salary statistics for 51 key office positions for ophthalmology practices. Organized by position, years of service, and locale, the Ophthalmology Staff Salary Survey also provides data on benefits, salary increases, reviews and paid days off.
To make the search for location-specific information easier, the summary reports for each position are organized by geographic regions. Regional designations in the 2016 Ophthalmology Staff Salary Survey are:
In our detailed reports for each job position, the data are organized by the Metropolitan Statistical Area, division, state, and practice gross revenue.
The salaries are displayed not only with average salaries but also includes the 25th percentile, median, 75th percentile and 90th percentile.
The Ophthalmology Staff Salary Survey is an invaluable tool, which can assist your practice in comparing your salaries and benefits with national averages. You can also use this important staff information for benchmarking and trend analysis.