PHysician Incomes

Data Bulletin No. 24 Between 1995 and 1999, at a time when most wages and salaries in the United States were rising sharply, average physician net income from the practice of medicine, adjusted for inflation,1 dropped 5.0 percent (see Figure 1). The reduction of 6.4 percent in primary care physicians' average real income was particularly notable and greater than the 4.0 percent drop for specialists.

I'll not share the exact details .. but mine's fallen quite a bit more than 6.4%