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On the trend: Results from our 5th annual Practice Trends Survey

The majority of chiropractors who have been practising for under five years report their net annual earnings in 2019 as “under $25,000” (40%). The majority of these practitioners practising for under 5 years spent 31-40 hours in clinical practice (60%), seeing 41-100 patients per week (60%). Chiropractors over the age of 45 (and have been in practice for more than 20 years) were the only cohort to work in a solo practice. The bulk of this age group reported net annual earnings between $51,000 to $150,000, spending between 21-40 hours per week in clinical practice, and seeing 41-100+ patients per week. » Read more...
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