depends on the program. As a general rule of thumb.. less than in Australia. Most US programs pay residents 40-80k per year. They also work you harder. Most US OMS programs have longer hours and more on call work with more trauma.Thanks for the info Smith.
How much do residents earn in US?
To qualify for the resident salary (at MOST / not all programs) you have to be a US resident or citizen.
A lot (not all) of the OMS programs that take internationals either don't charge tuition (but also don't pay you a salary). Or some may pay you for some of your teaching through the University (if uni affiliated). Some of them charge internationals high tuition. You can't generalised all US programs. Each state/hospital/University may have different funding systems in place.