Exclusive: GPs are earning less than in 2013
GP earnings have fallen for the second year running, exclusive data reveals.
The following tables and graphs are based on data from the MABEL (Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life) longitudinal survey of more than 8000 GPs and other specialists.
The figures represent earnings before tax but after practice costs.
It is worth pointing out that back in 2008, average earnings for GPs were $90 an hour, adjusted for CPI.
Read Paul Smith's income analysis: