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Coincidentally, 70 percent of chiropractors go into solo practice. While some chiropractors go on to instruct, others conduct research at other chiropractic schools, institutions and colleges; and some work in hospitals and clinics.
Once one has earned his or her degree through chiropractic schools, s/he can expect to earn anywhere from $36k - $111k. On average, self-employed chiropractors tend to earn more than salaried chiropractors. Overall, (according to American Chiropractic Association), income for all chiropractors averages in neighborhood of $86k per annual.
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