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ID 23655
  Title Sweeping change: 17th annual salary & expense survey [from Chiropractic Economics]
Journal Chiropr Econ. 2014 May;60(8):26-46
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article

Article subtitle:  The financial landscape is shifting for chiropractors as the healthcare industry faces unprecedented transformation.

About this survey:   Throughout march and April 2014, Chiropractic Economics magazine invited practicing chiropractors and CAs to participate in our annual survey.

Number of participants: 440 respondents.

Regional distribution:    United States South (33%), Midwest (32%), West (20%), East (15%) and other (1%).

Statistics:  References to only averages (or means).

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